Sam answers a call for help from a former fellow worker at the CIA; Sam finds him dead of hanging; he gets an encoded message, which, when decrypted, is a list of names; the team realize the implications; Hetty calls the FBI. [Continued.]

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At 03:09 one morning Sam answers a call for help from Frank, a former fellow agent at the CIA; Sam goes to Frank's pad, where he finds him dead of hanging, and where G, Eric, Kensi, and Deeks join him; he also finds a poodle; G and Sam meet Megan, who appears not to be a flight attendant; Megan fills them in; the medical examiner finds and turns over to Sam an encoded message which Frank had intended for Sam, who begins to process it; Kensi and Deeks go to a dog show and cuff a suspect, Robert, whom they question at the boathouse; G and Sam visit his parents; afterward they take part in a gunfight, then they talk more with James, the father, who, after persuasion and compulsion, tells an extreme story and shows evidence; G and Sam figure out more; Sam finds the decoder ring, then Eric decrypts the message, which is a list of names; the team realize the significance of the implications of the results of their work; Hetty calls the FBI. [To be continued.] Written by DocRushing

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dog | competition | bomb | See All (3) »


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30 October 2012 (USA)  »

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While discussing the coded message, Eric says that it's a simple cypher, but that the victim ran it through multiple different keys. That makes no sense. Running a message through simple cyphers is ultimately no different from running it through one. For example, if your first key were d=a, o=b, and g=c, and your second key were a=1, b=2, c=3, the word "dog" would be written as "123", and it would be true that d=1, o=2, g=3. Eric must mean something else, but Callen and Sam clearly understand it to be series of simple cyphers. If that were the case, Eric should be able to decode the message in no time using a simple computer algorithm. See more »

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