On the front steps of a federal building in Los Angeles, a woman hands an envelope to a man, then a gunman, posing as an LAPD cop, shoots the man to death, and the woman makes tracks; the victim was an employee of the US Department of State and a major in the Marine Corps Reserve; Callen and company investigate. The woman, Jillian, is a nurse from a cosmetic-surgery center in Beverly Hills and the wife of the surgeon; a print at the scene identifies the killer as a terrorist; G and Sam, visiting the medical office, find the body of the surgeon; the photo on file for the shooter does not match the face at the scene; Sam suggests a facial reconstruction. Kensi and Deeks check out an upscale medical spa, where Deeks gets a dose of pepper spray. Eric plays show-and-tell. Kensi and Deeks catch Jillian; Eric and Nell decipher a clue, then G and Sam trace it; Kensi and Deeks go to a party, and Sam and Jillian join them; the team grab the bad guys and prevent any damage. Written by
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At the plastic surgeon's office, Nell, Callan, and Sam are reading computerized medical records on a computer screen. The word "rhinoplasty" is misspelled "rinoplasty". See more
Difference of methodologies at the moment. I'm of the "Let's run it through our code decryption programs" camp. And she's...
Of the "Let's not limit ourselves to assuming it's a code" camp.
Henrietta 'Hetty' Lange
Both viewpoints are valid. Perhaps you should divide and conquer. See where you end up.
You divide and uh, I'll conquer.