When a Marine collapses, he is brought to a hospital where they learn he was exposed to radiation. So the team tries to find out how and if it's an act of terrorism. Callen and Sam find out he was working as a security guard at decommissioned nuclear plant. They speak to the people there and don't think they are being completely honest. So Kensi and Deeks are sent in undercover and they eventually find the person who was responsible for the marine's exposure. So they think it's over till there's an explosion. Which means they are not done.
Did You Know?
At the shooting range no cases are ejected from the rifles as they fire, and there are no cases on the stations or in front of the soldiers. Even though a case is ejected slightly forward from a rifle, there would be at least some right next to the soldiers. We only see a case being ejected as the shooters unload their rifles by pulling back the breech after the order to clear the weapons have been given. This would not have happened with a live round, as the gases from the gunpowder would have ejected the case when and the chamber would've been empty. All this reveals that blanks are being used in this scene. See more
Hetty, how did you know to pull back the police and firemen?
I trusted my gut.
You risked the team and millions of civilians on a gut instinct?
That and 2,000 years of military history. The technique of strategic envelopment was a favorite of Sun Tzu, Alexander the Great, Napoleon Bonaparte...
What has been is what will be.
There is nothing new under the sun.
Performed by Toby Lightman See more