NCIS: Los Angeles (season 2)

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NCIS: Los Angeles (season 2)
NCIS Los Angeles Season 2.jpg
DVD Cover art
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 21, 2010 (2010-09-21) – May 17, 2011 (2011-05-17)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 August 23, 2011 (2011-08-23)[1]
Region 2 August 22, 2011 (2011-08-22)[2]
Region 4 September 1, 2011 (2011-09-01)[3]
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List of NCIS: Los Angeles episodes

The second season of NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 21, 2010 on CBS in the same time slot as the previous season and the eighth season of NCIS premiered before.[4]

Cast[edit]

Eric Christian Olsen (Marty Deeks) is now a series regular. Renée Felice Smith (Nell Jones) joins the team in "Special Delivery" as a recurring character and is later promoted to a series regular. Peter Cambor (Dr. Nate Getz) is no longer a series regular and is credited as a special guest star in the episodes in which he appears.

Character Portrayed by Main cast Recurring cast
G. Callen Chris O'Donnell entire season N/A
Kensi Blye Daniela Ruah entire season N/A
Marty Deeks Eric Christian Olsen entire season N/A
Eric Beale Barrett Foa entire season N/A
Nell Jones Renée Felice Smith episode 11 onwards episodes 4–10
Hetty Lange Linda Hunt entire season N/A
Sam Hanna LL Cool J entire season N/A
Nate Getz Peter Cambor N/A episodes 1, 3, 14, 18[5]
Leon Vance Rocky Carroll N/A episode 24
Lauren Hunter Claire Forlani N/A episodes 23–24
Rose Schwartz Kathleen Rose Perkins N/A episode 12

Episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code
U.S. Viewers
(millions)
25 1 "Human Traffic" James Whitmore, Jr. Shane Brennan September 21, 2010 (2010-09-21) 201 15.76[6]
The NCIS team's LAPD liaison officer, Detective Marty Deeks, goes missing while undercover, right after the subject of his investigation is killed by a bomb planted in their car. LAPD Detective Jess Traynor, Deeks's partner, dies from a similar car bomb just after briefing NCIS. The team is tasked to find the missing detective.
26 2 "Black Widow" Kate Woods Dave Kalstein September 21, 2010 (2010-09-21) 202 13.60[6]
An NCIS undercover agent is assassinated while in Cyprus investigating illegal arms sales to Chechen extremists. The same hit team is later detected arriving in Los Angeles, and the NCIS Los Angeles team is on a race against the clock to stop the assassins from killing their next target, a suburban housewife who is more than she appears to be.
27 3 "Borderline" Terrence O'Hara R. Scott Gemmill September 28, 2010 (2010-09-28) 203 16.51[7]
Four marines are ambushed while participating in a joint DEA-Marine task force interdicting Mexican criminals along the U.S.-Mexico border. The NCIS team works to recover the captured marines and uncover the mastermind behind the operation.
28 4 "Special Delivery" Tony Wharmby Gil Grant October 5, 2010 (2010-10-05) 204 16.15[8]
The NCIS team investigates the murder of a sailor with top-level security clearance after he is found dead and missing a hand in a Rodeo Drive parking lot.
29 5 "Little Angels" Steven DePaul Frank Military October 12, 2010 (2010-10-12) 205 16.05[9]
When the teenage daughter of a Navy commander is kidnapped by what appears to be a serial killer, the team needs to determine whether he is the target of blackmail for military secrets or if the crime is random.
30 6 "Standoff" Dennis Smith Joseph C. Wilson October 19, 2010 (2010-10-19) 206 16.00[10]
After a downtown Navy Recruitment Center is held hostage, Callen is forced to work with his "ex-wife" and ex-partner Tracy Keller. But not everything is as it seems.
31 7 "Anonymous" Norberto Barba Christina M. Kim October 26, 2010 (2010-10-26) 207 15.99[11]
A State Department employee and plastic surgeon are murdered. The team discovers a terrorist cell has had their faces surgically altered. They must find the one person who can identify them and foil an impending terrorist attack.
32 8 "Bounty" Félix Alcalá Dave Kalstein November 9, 2010 (2010-11-09) 208 15.61[12]
The team investigates the murder of a retired Delta Force operator who previously worked with a Marine SOCOM unit tasked to capture high-priority targets in Afghanistan.
33 9 "Absolution" Steven DePaul R. Scott Gemmill November 16, 2010 (2010-11-16) 209 15.81[13]
The murder of an arms dealer has Hetty and the NCIS team searching for his missing book of top-secret information. The episode ends with Hetty discovering that her "husband", Branston Cole, a security guard, and a nurse have all been killed.
34 10 "Deliverance" Tony Wharmby Frank Military & Shane Brennan November 23, 2010 (2010-11-23) 210 14.96[14]
In the aftermath of Cole's death, Hetty and the NCIS team continue to search for a book that has target of various intelligence agencies, both foreign and domestic. Things heat up when various spies and agencies from numerous countries begin heading to Los Angeles, forcing the team to race against time to stop the respective gangs from tearing LA apart in their search for the book. The conclusion of a two-part episode.
35 11 "Disorder" Jonathan Frakes Gil Grant & David Kalstien December 14, 2010 (2010-12-14) 211 16.82[15]
When two men are killed in a shootout, the NCIS team must rely on a former Navy intelligence officer suffering from PTSD to help them solve the case.
36 12 "Overwatch" Karen Gaviola Lindsay Jewett Sturman January 11, 2011 (2011-01-11) 212 18.13[16]
The NCIS team uncovers an experimental Navy tracking system when a body containing a top-secret residue is stolen from an autopsy room. Meanwhile, Callen challenges Hetty on the rock wall.
37 13 "Archangel" Tony Wharmby R. Scott Gemmill & Shane Brennan January 18, 2011 (2011-01-18) 213 17.29[17]
The NCIS team sets out to find the individual responsible for stealing a classified Pentagon document before the file's decryption code is cracked by the wrong party.
38 14 "Lockup" Jan Eliasberg Christina M. Kim & Frank Military February 1, 2011 (2011-02-01) 214 17.70[18]
Sam goes undercover in prison in an attempt to infiltrate a Yemen-based terrorist group by getting close to its leader, another inmate.
39 15 "Tin Soldiers" Terrence O'Hara R. Scott Gemmill February 8, 2011 (2011-02-08) 215 17.16[19]
What begins as a break-in at G's house leads to a pursuit of black market microchips, and a series of double crosses. Callen agrees to investigate an Indian "slum dog millionaire" who happens to be Arkady Kolcheck's business rival. Kolcheck also promises Callen to shed some light into the cemetery incident (season 1 finale "Callen, G").
40 16 "Empty Quiver" James Whitmore Dave Kalstein February 15, 2011 (2011-02-15) 216 16.80[20]
Callen and Sam go undercover with the California Highway Patrol, and a stolen nuclear warhead sends the OSP team scrambling to recover the bomb.
41 17 "Personal" Kate Woods Joseph C. Wilson February 22, 2011 (2011-02-22) 217 18.69[21]
LAPD – NCIS Liaison Detective Marty Deeks's routine is thrown when he interrupts a convenience-store robbery and is shot, but the NCIS team find out Deeks was targeted, but not to kill him, instead to lure out NCIS Junior Special Agent Kensi Blye by Vakar (first mentioned in "Black Widow").
42 18 "Harm's Way" Tony Wharmby Shane Brennan March 1, 2011 (2011-03-01) 218 15.67[22]
The story arc that started in the episode "Lockup" is concluded as Sam is sent on an undercover mission to Yemen. But the stakes are raised when it's revealed that the terrorist group have taken a young seven-year old boy hostage and things get even worse for the team when it's discovered Nate's cover has been compromised which means that Sam has been exposed as well, forcing Callen, Sam and Nate into a fight for survival against terrorists who want them dead.
43 19 "Enemy Within" Steven DePaul Lindsay Jewett Sturman March 22, 2011 (2011-03-22) 219 16.56[23]
It's a race against time as the team attempts to foil an assassination plot against a Venezuelan politician on U.S. soil.
44 20 "The Job" Terrence O'Hara Frank Military & Christina M. Kim March 29, 2011 (2011-03-29) 220 15.34[24]
A secure facility on a marine base becomes compromised, sending Kensi to go undercover as a thief in the hopes of finding out what a world-class thief planned to steal from the secure facility without having her cover blown.
45 21 "Rocket Man" Dennis Smith Roger Director April 12, 2011 (2011-04-12) 221 15.46[25]
After a rocket engine expert is killed, OSP tech operator Eric Beale goes undercover for the first time to ensure that the classified technology used to build satellites is safe.
46 22 "Plan B" James Whitmore, Jr. Dave Kalstein & Joseph C. Wilson May 3, 2011 (2011-05-03) 222 14.16[26]
To protect his best friend and primary informant from a group of arms traffickers, Deeks must go deep undercover to an old alias.
47 23 "Imposters" John P. Kousakis R. Scott Gemmill May 10, 2011 (2011-05-10) 223 14.74[27]
The stolen canisters from "Overwatch" resurface after a Navy SEAL imposter is set ablaze. Hetty sets her affairs in order as she prepares to resign from NCIS.
48 24 "Familia" James Whitmore, Jr. Shane Brennan May 17, 2011 (2011-05-17) 224 15.61[28]
Hetty's resignation from NCIS prompts Callen and the team to initiate an investigation to find her. It is revealed that she has been working on a case involving Callen's mysterious past, and that she herself is a member of the family that has been trying to kill him for years.

Ratings[edit]

The episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles are broadcast on Global in Canada at the same time as CBS broadcasts the show in the U.S.

Episode U.S. ratings Canada ratings Australia ratings
Original airdate Viewers
(millions)
Viewers
(millions)
Rank Original airdate Viewers
(millions)
Day
Rank
Night Week
"Human Traffic" September 21, 2010 15.76[6] 1.708[29] 3 18 January 30, 2011[30] 0.718[31] 13
"Black Widow" September 21, 2010 13.60[6] 1.373[29] 5 25 February 6, 2011 0.552[32] 17
"Borderline" September 28, 2010 16.51[7] 1.941[33] 4 15 February 13, 2011 0.437[34] 21
"Special Delivery" October 5, 2010 16.15[8] 1.867[35] 3 12 February 20, 2011 0.460[36] 21
"Little Angels" October 12, 2010 16.05[9] 1.925[37] 2 13 March 6, 2011 0.406[38] 21
"Standoff" October 19, 2010 16.00[10] 1.931[39] 2 10 March 13, 2011 0.429[40] 22
"Anonymous" October 26, 2010 15.99[11] 1.892[41] 2 12 March 20, 2011 0.399[42] 25
"Bounty" November 9, 2010 15.61[12] 1.825[43] 2 14 March 27, 2011 0.387[44] 25
"Absolution" November 16, 2010 15.81[13] 1.870[45] 2 14 April 5, 2011[46] 0.703[47] 14
"Deliverance" November 23, 2010 14.96[14] 1.906[48] 2 10 April 12, 2011 0.744[49] 14
"Disorder" December 14, 2010 16.82[15] 1.728[50] 1 8 April 19, 2011 0.694[51] 15
"Overwatch" January 11, 2011 18.13[16] 1.929[52] 2 9 April 26, 2011 0.732[53] 18
"Archangel" January 18, 2011 17.29[17] 1.989[54] 2 11 May 3, 2011 0.755[55] 15
"Lockup" February 1, 2011 17.70[18] 1.817[56] 3 15 May 10, 2011 0.773[57] 14
"Tin Soldiers" February 8, 2011 17.16[19] 1.900[58] 2 12 May 17, 2011 0.643[59] 19
"Empty Quiver" February 15, 2011 16.80[20] 1.783[60] 2 16 May 24, 2011 0.687[61] 16
"Personal" February 22, 2011 18.69[21] 1.983[62] 1 10 May 31, 2011 0.761[63] 15
"Harm's Way" March 1, 2011 15.67[22] 1.856[64] 3 10 June 7, 2011 0.656[65] 19
"Enemy Within" March 22, 2011 16.56[23] 1.820[66] 2 11 June 14, 2011 0.672[67] 19
"The Job" March 29, 2011 15.34[24] 1.730[68] 2 13 June 21, 2011 0.633[69] 21
"Rocket Man" April 12, 2011 15.46[25] 2.186[70] 1 6 June 28, 2011 0.668[71] 17
"Plan B" May 3, 2011 14.16[26] 1.693[72] 2 12 July 5, 2011 0.546[73] 19
"Imposters" May 10, 2011 14.74[27] 1.764[74] 4 18 July 12, 2011 0.593[75] 20
"Familia" May 17, 2011 15.61[28] 1.764[76] 6 14 July 19, 2011 0.770[77] 16

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