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Ah okay, that would make sense 🙂 Thanks!
Hahaha! Love the banter this season. It rocks. I have to agree with Sam. It is so much more satisfying making things with your hands. And yep, Kensi is spot on. Us females love a man who can build things. Hands that have skills.
That is right, BH72, and Kensi, though I’d never tied it into the primitive desire for shelter (go! Wikipedia!) Of course, it stands to reason that neither Deeks nor Callen would know much about those manly arts not having had strong male role models while growing up. My own son learned from his father, who learned from his, and so on. The little bonding moment with Deeks and Callen was nice.
Sorry if I am repeating something already talked about but I just have to mention the hug Sam gave to Callen. There was so much conjecture about it and what did the glimpse the promo gave of it portend and then it turned out not to be anything earth-shaking after all. And then I realized that the producers really like to mess around with us. They probably read Tumblr and Facebook and here just to see how effective their messing with us is, and I have to tell them “KUDOS!” In the end that hug was perfect just as it was and for the exact reason it was given. For the second week in a row, Sam faces down a train racing toward him and this time along with his best friend and a perp he is under orders to keep alive. Callen’s reaction was wonderfully understated as I was thinking “wow, I’d need new underwear” and Sam comprehended beautifully and wrapped him in the ultimate bear hug. It was a wonderful scene even if not pivotal or seminal or tragic.
Again, if this was already put to bed elsewhere, my apologies.