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Dom, using his cellphone, broadcasts messages seeking help; they respond; they find Dom's car, unoccupied and bloody, but there's no sign of him. Eric provides leads, which they trace, and they make some progress, but Dom remains missing.


David Barrett


Shane Brennan (created by), Gil Grant | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview:
Chris O'Donnell ... G. Callen
Peter Cambor ... Nate Getz
Daniela Ruah ... Kensi Blye
Barrett Foa ... Eric Beale
Linda Hunt ... Hetty Lange
LL Cool J ... Sam Hanna
Onahoua Rodriguez ... Claudia Taro
Maurice Compte ... Rafael Taro
Parry Shen ... Ty
Gonzalo Menendez ... Jose Taro
Matthew Grant Godbey ... Detective Dan Evans


To all team members Dom, using his cellphone, broadcasts messages seeking help; they respond; G, Sam, and Kensi find his car, unoccupied and very bloody; there's no sign of Dom; Hetty tells the team to do whatever may be necessary to find him. At first there's no trace; then Eric catches a lead; G, Sam, and Kensi pursue it to a vacant house; they find a body and other evidence but not Dom; Eric gets another lead; G, Sam, and Kensi trace it to a hospital, and they find a connection. Hetty brings in some high-tech help; G makes a phone call and negotiates a swap, which turns into a gunfight; G makes a second deal, which takes them to an empty van. G learns that the kidnappers did their deed for hire, but the motive for the abduction is still unknown. Dom remains missing; his teammates personally deal with his absence in their respective ways. Written by DocRushing

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Adam Jamal Craig is not credited at all in this episode. Barrett Foa is now credited as a regular instead of a guest star. See more »


Special Agent G. Callen: Nate. Friends do not let friends sing boy bands.
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References Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) See more »

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Missing: The Entire Episode Is A Spoiler
26 January 2010 | by Old_Bald_EagleSee all my reviews

I don't consider NCIS to be award winning drama, but at least it's usually entertaining in a mind candy sort of way. NCIS- Los Angeles tries to capitalize on the original show's popularity, by adding more glitz and glamor. The good guys ride around in a big-assed Cadillac SUV, have all of the high tech gizmos and work in artsy Pier One decorated offices. That's about all it has going for it.

I cannot believe how many clichés they managed to pack into one hour in the episode "Missing". The plot is senseless, the dialogue is abysmal, the staging is textbbok D-grade action TV, the acting is heavy handed, even the background music sucks. This is the worst television drama I've seen in at least ten years. Everyone involved in this dismal production should be embarrassed. I wasted one hour of my life in sheer disbelief. Worst of all, it looks like a two-parter. I won't waste another minute on it.

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Release Date:

26 January 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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