NCIS: Los Angeles Recap 2/2/15: season 6 episode 14 “Black Wind”

NCIS: Los Angeles Recap 2/2/15: season 6 episode 14 "Black Wind"

Tonight on CBS NCIS: Los Angeles continues with an all new Monday February 2, season 6 episode 14 called, “Black Wind,” and we have your weekly recap below. On tonight’s episode, Callen [Chris O’Donnell] and Sam [LL Cool J] work undercover as food truck owners in Mexico to find the source of an anthrax poisoning and prevent a bioterrorism attack.

On the last episode, after U.S. Ambassador Nancy Kelly narrowly escaped a terrorist attack at the U.S. consulate in Tunisia, Callen and Sam were sent on a secret, dangerous mission to obtained key evidence from the crime scene. Upon their return, the team sought Kelly’s help to provide missing information. Did you watch the last episode? If you missed it, we have a full and detailed recap right here for you.

On tonight’s episode as per the CBS synopsis, “Callen and Sam go undercover as food truck owners in Mexico to find the source of an anthrax poisoning before it’s used to create a bioweapon.”

This is definitely one series that you don’t want to miss. Don’t forget to stay tuned to Celeb Dirty Laundry where we will be live blogging every episode of NCIS: Los Angeles’ sixth season.

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The drought that’ been affecting LA has started in on the NCIS team. Apparently, the only way they can conserve water is for them to go without a few luxuries and do other things they find incredibly disgusting. Like not flushing.

However, when Deeks informed Sam and Callen about this, the guys refused to follow protocol. For them, it was one thing to get rid of the fountain they had in the background but it was quite another for them to come into close call with someone else’s pee. So when a call later came in about a new case – the guys were probably hoping that whatever it was they’d be out of the office for most of the day or week! Yet, the case they got was no laughing matter.

A man had been admitted to the hospital after he fall sick from anthrax. Anthrax is generally a terrorist’s weapon of choice so when they received a call about a mysterious sick man – the team had to handle the case as a possible investigation into terrorism.

Though there was just one thing wrong with that. For it seems their victim had no ties to extremism. In fact they were dealing with a Mexican nationalist. So if anything they had to worry about what’s going on beyond the border.

Their Mexican counter-part had informed them that there had been a few grumblings about someone intent on weaponizing anthrax. But if so that would mean someone was planning to attack LA or any other state near the border on a large scale.

So, to get to the bottom of what was going on, Sam and Callen had to go in undercover. They went to Mexico pretending to be food trunk drivers and yet he soon learned that the Mexican might not be as helpful in the investigation as they thought.

The guys had been staking a place for a couple of days that had been reported to have anthrax activity when out of nowhere their Mexican contact told them they had received bad intel. At the time, Agent Fuentes put it down to the fact the Mexican government may not want to share any of the credit. But, unbeknownst to them all, someone had cut the brakes on the food trunk and whoever had them moved must have done that with the brakes in mind.

[2015-02-02, 10:32:01 PM] Kristine Francis: The drought that’ been affecting LA has started in on the NCIS team. Apparently, the only way they can conserve water is for them to go without a few luxuries and do other things they find incredibly disgusting. Like not flushing.

However, when Deeks informed Sam and Callen about this, the guys refused to follow protocol. For them, it was one thing to get rid of the fountain they had in the background but it was quite another for them to come into close call with someone else’s pee. So when a call later came in about a new case – the guys were probably hoping that whatever it was they’d be out of the office for most of the day or week! Yet, the case they got was no laughing matter.

A man had been admitted to the hospital after he fall sick from anthrax. Anthrax is generally a terrorist’s weapon of choice so when they received a call about a mysterious sick man – the team had to handle the case as a possible investigation into terrorism.

Though there was just one thing wrong with that. For it seems their victim had no ties to extremism. In fact they were dealing with a Mexican nationalist. So if anything they had to worry about what’s going on beyond the border.

Their Mexican counter-part had informed them that there had been a few grumblings about someone intent on weaponizing anthrax. But if so that would mean someone was planning to attack LA or any other state near the border on a large scale.

So, to get to the bottom of what was going on, Sam and Callen had to go in undercover. They went to Mexico pretending to be food trunk drivers and yet he soon learned that the Mexican might not be as helpful in the investigation as they thought.

The guys had been staking a place for a couple of days that had been reported to have anthrax activity when out of nowhere their Mexican contact told them they had received bad intel. At the time, Agent Fuentes put it down to the fact the Mexican government may not want to share any of the credit. But, unbeknownst to them all, someone had cut the brakes on the food trunk and whoever had them moved must have done that with the brakes in mind.

So someone wanted to kill Sam and Callen. And in the meantime Deeks, Kensi, and Granger eventually came upon a tunnel connecting LA to Mexico that was normally for drugs.

Deeks and Kensi had found their victim’s father and according to him his son would never get involved is something like. At least not willing. Though he might have gotten exposed to the deadly chemical while he was “traveling”.

It appears their victim had used a secret tunnel to make it the states and he must have done so without the cartel’s permission (they wouldn’t risk their business dealing over someone like the victim who from all accounts was a man just trying support his family). So not only is his father now in danger but the victim’s wife and son needed to be moved as well for their own safety.

The guys followed up on the and tunnel and they did rule Guzman had contacted anthrax by accident but the cartel still wanted to silence anyone he might have told. So, after Granger and Guzman turned back for their own good, Kensi and Deeks followed the tunnels until they reached Tijuana.

Then, they went about finding Guzman’s family. But the search for the makes of the anthrax was going to be taken care of by Sam and Callen.

Sam and Callen had found another dead body but it was of their chief suspect. A chemist known to favor certain extremis sympathies was murdered yet his security identity was oddly still in use. So the guys called in headquarters and had whoever had been using their suspect’s id traced.

And surprisingly they found a Mexican official they had actually befriended a few days earlier.

Though the official had apparently forgotten to mention a few things. Like his father being an Iraqi biologist and that he had taken his mother’s Spanish name in order to throw off suspicion. So in a race against time they had to find their friend before he used someone’s else ID to book himself on a flight heading out of the country.

And by sheer luck, Sam and Callen stopped a major terrorist attack but regardless of their heroics – the red tape surrounding immigrants in the US ended up nearly ruining this win.

The Guzmon family, that the team had all saved, was being threatened by homeland security. It seems the US government wanted to return the family to Mexico even though there was a price on all of their heads.

So Granger stepped in and somehow he miraculously managed to a get visa for everyone. And it only because of what he did that government didn’t end up being jerks!

THE END!

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