While undercover G realizes that someone tails him; G chases him; the tail runs into the paths of two vehicles, each of which hits him; G hears his last words: "Callen, Callen". G leaves the scene, and he sends a codeword to signal that the operation has become breached; G becomes a ghost, and he receives two weird phone calls from Eugene Keelson, who offers to sell data to G about himself in return for a favor. G accepts the offer; the OSP server becomes compromised, so Eric shuts it off; Hetty says that G is alone and in the cold; a group of armed Bulgarians approach G, who does the favor, but the deal turns sour; G torches a Burb and walks away; Sam finds G and chats him up; on a borrowed server Eric gets a trace on the Bulgarians; Sam makes a discreet inquiry; another meet and shoot-out follow. Hetty tells G that the entire NCIS has become compromised, and she brings him back in from the cold; G meets Keelson and zaps him. Eric gives the gang another lead. Written by
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At around 29 minutes, someone says "There's a jam on the bridge, turn right" in German. The pronunciation is pretty good. However, "Turn right!" is translated to "rechts umbiegen!" The verb "umbiegen" means "to bend something". If a car turns left or right, you say "abbiegen". You really can't say "umbiegen" in this context. See more
Special Agent G. Callen
What makes you think you've found something I haven't?
Cause I have access to things you don't even know exists. See, you haven't been asking the right questions. This goes deeper than your name, your family. You've been asking who... when maybe you should start asking why.
References Three Days of the Condor