In Afghanistan a terrorist avoids a drone strike, but a discharged Marine dies; G and company investigate; Eric and Nell learn about more unaccounted former servicemen; the foursome go to Dubai and beyond, where they work out everything.

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Brian Adams
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Adanan Al-Ahmadi
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In Afghanistan one survivor, the target himself, a terrorist, narrowly avoids the destruction of a building by a drone; one victim, however, is a discharged Marine, David, who was a gunnery sergeant in counterintelligence; Callen and company investigate. G and Sam talk with a representative from the Marine Corps, and Kensi and Deeks visit the parents; the father refuses to accept that his son returned to Afghanistan; Eric finds David's circuitous journey from Los Angeles to the Middle East; David's former employer and his girlfriend repeat two different cover stories from David; Eric and Nell find out for whom truly he recently started working; G and Sam visit the office of the new employer and get a warm welcome, then they take the one worker to the boatshed; Eric and Nell also visit the firm, where they learn about more recruits; the fearless foursome go to Dubai and beyond, where they take part in creative deception and work out everything; they safely head back home. Written by DocRushing

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2 October 2012 (USA)  »

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Marty Deeks: All right, you know what? Let me just drop some knowledge on you for a second, all right? It's French. It comes from fencing. It means "to touch." So, if I were to touch you with my sword, then you would say "touchê."
Kensi Blye: Then I wouldn't say it because you ain't never touching me with your sword, Zorro.
Marty Deeks: Wow, that just happened. Fair enough. Okay, that was a touchê.
Kensi Blye: Okay. Touchê.
Marty Deeks: But you don't get to say it.
Kensi Blye: Touchê, touchê.
Marty Deeks: Yeah, it's like teaching semantics to a dolphin.
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No Me Chinga
Produced by Richard Wolf
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