One Russian kills another in the Los Angeles area; Callen and company investigate. G and Sam consult Arkady, a long-time Russian source; G suggests that, if Sidorov and Greshnev are back in the USA, then they have a buyer for the three stolen nuclear weapons, and Sam suggests that they seek his wife. Granger directs Hetty for the team to collaborate with Snyder, from the CIA, so Hetty directs Kensi and Deeks to keep Snyder busy and not to let him out of their sight. Sabatino, of the CIA, shows up at Sam's house; For the CIA Sam goes back undercover as David Forman, and Michelle goes under as Quinn; Greshnev demands that Quinn kill Kirkin; David tails Greshnev, but four LAPD cops stop David and arrest him, then Hetty leaves him in jail; Kensi makes a plan, and Deeks takes the point and makes a deal; Quinn "executes" Kirkin, David escapes, and Sam rescues Michelle; Greshnev dies, and Sidorov disappears. Hetty comments that this matter is far from over.
Did You Know?
Directorial debut for star Chris O'Donnell. Extra on Season 4, Disc 5 gives a behind the scenes look at filming with cast and crew commentary. See more
The one guy with the tattoo in the swimming pool has the following text on his back (transliterated because I don't seem to be able to submit Cyrillic text here): "vsya vlast' sov'tam'!" (' = soft sign) What is sov'tam'? If this is a declaration whom to give all power (vsya vlast' to someone), then whatever sov'tam' is supposed to be needs to be in dative case, and no dative case can end with a soft sign. Is it sovyetam? See more
You two still together. That's nice. You've lasted longer than any of my marriages. What is secret?
We don't go to bed angry.
I let him drive.
References Eastern Promises