Now that we have seen all of NCIS Los Angeles Season Six we are interested…
NCIS: Los Angeles starring Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, Linda Hunt, Daniela Ruah, Barrett Foa, Eric Christian Olsen, Renée Felice Smith and Miguel Ferrer returns with its Seventh Season this fall on CBS Monday’s @10pm.
I had to go with Season 4. It had Janvier, the introduction of Sidorov, a little bit of Arkady, the first Densi kiss, and some of the best stand alone episodes of the show’s run: The Fifth Man, Kill House, Raven and the Swans. The Red episodes had SOOOO much potential, I hate to say I think it was Paris Summer-whatever that turned people off, but for me, that was a great season. I can’t wait to hear what everyone else thinks
For the most part, I agree with you. My only problem with season 4 was there was way too much Sam for me.
I was also a fan of season 5. I liked it because Deeks got to work with Callen and Sam and it had , IMO the best show ever….Spoils of War.
Truly, the only season that I disliked was season 1. Season 6 would be close behind season 1.
I have to go with Season 4 , all mentioned above comments, it had a great beginning and season finale, introduction to deeper relationship with Deeks and Kensi , but I really disliked the Red episodes, that female actor really turned off everything and also Hawai Five crossover was good too. I still could take season 2 over season 5 because all of that Afghanistan story stretched too far off.
Oh yes, Hawaii 5-0 crossover. I forgot about the Comescu’s. And one of the funniest questions posed to Callen: Dann-o asks him “You’re a gypsy?” Bahahaha
I chose season 4 because it has my favorite episode in it which is Kill House. I also love the scene with Sam challenging Deeks to the pushups. I think season one is my least favorite.
I couldn’t decide wich season I would like the most if my life depended on it ._.
But I don’t like season 1 as much as the others but simply because Deeks wasn’t in it 😛
I would like to see Nate getting more involved in the storylines…maybe in the next season.
I loved them all but season two stands out for me because it explained a lot about Deeks’ internal conflicts.