While G, Sam, and Kensi visit Keelson's computer center and physical records, the computer files self-destruct, and the premises ignite and burn; however, they rescue several documents, which include a list of G's 37 foster homes and orphanages plus five more addresses, which he does not recognize. The team, tracing clues, find a birth certificate for Amy Callen, now known as Amy Taylor; Hetty sends Sam and Kensi to Amy's place but chats up G; Eric gives G some data; Sam and Kensi find a tossed pad with nobody at home; G pursues a lead and finds a trashed home, the infamous Trent Kort, of the CIA, with whom G previously worked, and who shows him the body of a contact killed by bizarre means. Eric gives clues to G, who traces a lead to Amy, who as a teenager said that she had a brother; while pursuing a van, G runs into trouble, but he finds Amy, who's truly Hannah Lawson, but who tells G about Amy; the cavalry arrives, so they all take care of the bad guys. Written by
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Towards the end of the episode, the woman is shooting (and missing) at the older Iranian guy. She runs out of ammo and keeps pulling the trigger. The gun "clicks" several times as she pulls the trigger. The slide is shown in the forward position. With modern semi-auto pistols like she had, once all the ammo is gone, the slide locks back and you cannot pull the trigger and make the hammer fall as was shown. After the guy is shot by the others, you see her holding the gun and the slide is locked back as it should be. See more
I'm rather fond of Los Angeles. Maybe I'll put in for a transfer.
[Starts to leave
Special Agent Sam Hanna
I hope not.