NCIS: Los Angeles (season 3)

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NCIS: Los Angeles (season 3)
NCIS Los Angeles Season 3.jpg
DVD cover art
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20) – May 15, 2012 (2012-05-15)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 August 21, 2012 (2012-08-21)[1]
Region 2 August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27)[2]
Region 4 August 1, 2012 (2012-08-01)[3]
Season chronology
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List of NCIS: Los Angeles episodes

The third season of NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on CBS on September 20, 2011.[4] The two hour season finale aired on May 15, 2012.

Cast[edit]

Character Portrayed by Main cast
G. Callen Chris O'Donnell entire season
Kensi Blye Daniela Ruah entire season
Marty Deeks Eric Christian Olsen entire season
Eric Beale Barrett Foa entire season
Nell Jones Renée Felice Smith entire season
Henrietta "Hetty" Lange Linda Hunt entire season
Sam Hanna LL Cool J entire season

Episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code
U.S. Viewers
(millions)
49 1 "Lange, H." Tony Wharmby Shane Brennan September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20) 301 16.71[5]
The Special Projects team travels to Romania to search for Hetty, while delving into the history of the Comescu crime family, and their connection to Callen. Hetty confronts Alexa, matriarch of the Comescu family, and it is revealed that Callen's grandfather was an OSS agent who killed several members of the family; the Comescus retaliated, killing his mother, but leaving Callen and his sister alive. Meanwhile, Eric and Nell discover that Lauren Hunter, the Office of Special Projects' Operations Manager, is a member of the Comescus. It is ultimately revealed that Hunter assumed the identity of Ilena Vadim - a member of the family who distanced herself from them - to infiltrate the Comescu family; the other members of the team are unaware of her exact allegiance until she kills Alexa and retrieves a laptop from the Comescu beach house. The episode ends in a cliffhanger with the other characters realizing that Hetty has been shot by Alexa. She then collapses to the ground, her fate unknown.
50 2 "Cyber Threat" Dennis Smith R. Scott Gemmill September 27, 2011 (2011-09-27) 302 16.26[6]
The NCIS team has to join forces with the NSA to find the creator and controller of a software program linked to a cyber attack against the Department of Defense. Meanwhile, Callen continues searching for more information about his past. The episode ends with Callen confronting Hetty about her knowledge about his past and family.
51 3 "Backstopped" Terrence O'Hara Dave Kalstein & Shane Brennan October 4, 2011 (2011-10-04) 303 14.78[7]
Operations Manager Hunter rotates the investigative partnerships during an investigation into the death of a Marine who died during an explosion.
52 4 "Deadline" Kate Woods Gil Grant October 11, 2011 (2011-10-11) 304 15.40[8]
As Hetty returns to work the team investigates a death tied to the Libyan resistance movement.
53 5 "Sacrifice" John P. Kousakis Joseph C. Wilson October 18, 2011 (2011-10-18) 305 15.35[9]
The LAPD calls upon the NCIS team when a raid links a Mexican drug cartel to a wanted terrorist. Meanwhile, Sam's most prized possession is stolen.
54 6 "Lone Wolf" James Whitmore, Jr. Christina M. Kim October 25, 2011 (2011-10-25) 306 15.89[10]
After a former Navy intelligence officer is murdered, Hetty contacts a former co-worker when the NCIS team uncovers a threat to national security.
55 7 "Honor" Tony Wharmby Jordana Lewis Jaffe & R. Scott Gemmill November 1, 2011 (2011-11-01) 307 15.52[11]
When a Marine that was dishonorably discharged is accused of murder and claims he was framed, it is up to NCIS to figure out the truth.
56 8 "Greed" Jan Eliasberg Frank Military November 8, 2011 (2011-11-08) 308 15.66[12]
When a Navy ID is found on a dead body tied to a hazardous material smuggling case, NCIS is granted permission to investigate in Mexico and asked to help locate the missing materials. The episode ends with Sam heading off to Sudan to work alongside a CIA task force.
57 9 "Betrayal" Karen Gaviola Frank Military November 15, 2011 (2011-11-15) 309 15.15[13]
After Sam's undercover mission in Sudan turns deadly with a body presumably matching that of Sam's description, Callen heads off to Sudan to discover the truth and to track down Sam before it's too late. Meanwhile, back in Los Angeles, the NCIS team search for clues in regards to the case but things go wrong when Sam's cover is blown, forcing Callen and Sam into a fight for their lives.
58 10 "The Debt" Steven DePaul Dave Kalstein November 22, 2011 (2011-11-22) 310 14.10[14]
When Deeks shoots an unarmed man during a joint NCIS/LAPD operation, LAPD blames NCIS for ruining the operation and breaks ties with NCIS, forcing Hetty to eliminate Deeks's liaison position. However, the shooting was a ruse enabling Deeks to return to LAPD so that a mole in LAPD could be identified. With the mole eventually identified, Deeks returns to his work with NCIS.
59 11 "Higher Power" Kevin Bray Joe Sachs December 13, 2011 (2011-12-13) 311 16.40[15]
During the middle of the Holidays and the distractions they cause the team are tasked with finding the thieves who stole an experimental electronic device with enough power to destroy half of Los Angeles.
60 12 "The Watchers" Tony Wharmby R. Scott Gemmill January 3, 2012 (2012-01-03) 312 17.08[16]
When a researcher with the Department of Defense is found dead, Nell must put her high IQ to the test when she goes undercover as his replacement. Meanwhile, Hetty’s ability to lead the team is questioned by the new NCIS Assistant Director, Owen Granger.
61 13 "Exit Strategy" Dennis Smith Gregory Weidman January 10, 2012 (2012-01-10) 313 16.60[17]

The team must find the person behind an ambush on a vehicle carrying Jada Khaled in order to save her and their case; Sam must face Jada for the first time since Sudan. The humanitarian agent from their previous mission was revealed to have been forced to ambush Jada Khaled after members of a French company who possessed ties with the Sudanese dictator kidnapped his family and threatened to kill them if he didn't kill her.

Note: This episode is the only one of the entire series that has no intro. Instead it has a superimposed title.
62 14 "Partners" Eric Laneuville Gil Grant & Dave Kalstein February 7, 2012 (2012-02-07) 314 16.27[18]
The team investigates a hijacking when a package from a state department van goes missing. Meanwhile, Callen and Sam celebrate five years as partners.
63 15 "Crimeleon" Terrence O'Hara Frank Military February 14, 2012 (2012-02-14) 315 16.15[19]
The team investigate the murder of two businessmen and later find out that a spy/agent named Chameleon who can take on any personality or facade he likes is responsible for the killings. When the Interpol Agent the team were working with is murdered, Granger takes over the case, forcing the team to report to him while still resenting his involvement. But despite their best efforts, Chameleon manages to evade them but not before calling Callen from an unknown location and then telling the NCIS Special Agent that he's going to kill him. Later, under pressure from both Hetty and Callen, Granger finally tells them the reason for him coming to Los Angeles: he's here to catch a killer and the camera then shows him looking over at Kensi, suggesting it might have something to do with her.
64 16 "Blye, K." Jonathan Frakes Joseph C. Wilson February 21, 2012 (2012-02-21) 316 15.47[20]
Kensi is taken into custody by Assistant Director Granger when various Marines from her deceased father's unit end up dead in various car accidents. The episode ends in a cliffhanger with Kensi being shot by an unknown sniper and it is not yet known if she is alive, having been injured by the bullet or dead.
65 17 "Blye, K., Part 2" Terrence O'Hara Dave Kalstein February 28, 2012 (2012-02-28) 317 15.85[21]
Kensi is injured, but survives the shot from the sniper, and continues the chase for the killer responsible for her father's death as she resolves to solve the case once and for all.
66 18 "The Dragon and the Fairy" Tony Wharmby Joe Sachs March 20, 2012 (2012-03-20) 318 16.17[22]
The team investigates a shooting outside the Vietnamese Consulate just prior to an international conference at the venue that the Secretary of the Navy is scheduled to attend. But they soon find evidence suggesting that an illegal sweatshop might actually be a cover for a human trafficking ring or terrorists.
67 19 "Vengeance" James Whitmore, Jr. Frank Military March 27, 2012 (2012-03-27) 319 14.75[23]
A Navy Intel Officer is found dead, and all evidence points to a team of Navy SEALs who are about to depart for a hostage rescue mission. Sam is chosen to interrogate the group which may possibly compromise the mission.
68 20 "Patriot Acts" Dennis Smith Jordana Lewis Jaffe April 10, 2012 (2012-04-10) 320 12.86[24]
When a former Marine is suspected of creating a chemical bomb found in a vehicle, Nate Getz returns to Los Angeles and the team must work together with the FBI to track down and stop a domestic terrorist.
69 21 "Touch of Death" Tony Wharmby Michele Fazekas, Tara Butters & R. Scott Gemmill May 1, 2012 (2012-05-01) 321 15.21[25]

Detectives Danny Williams (Scott Caan) and Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim) of the Hawaii Five-0 in Hawaii arrive in Los Angeles to help Callen, Sam and the Office of Special Projects find and stop Jarrod Prodeman (Rob Benedict), a disgraced doctor carrying several vials of smallpox, capable of wiping out half the world's population. They eventually find and capture Prodeman, who reveals he has already sold the vials to a Doctor Rachel Holden, who is nowhere to be found. Research soon finds that Holden who believes that the Earth's population has grown too huge in the last thousand of years is planning on unleashing the smallpox to cut the population in half so that the Earth itself could recover. The team soon find that Holden is at an International Leaders of Tomorrow summit, giving away smallpox-infected t-shirts to teenagers which would in turn cause the smallpox to spread. Despite her efforts, Holden is eventually caught and arrested.

Note: This is the second part of a two-part crossover between Hawaii Five-0 and NCIS: Los Angeles that begins with the Hawaii Five-0 episode "Pa Make Loa".
70 22 "Neighborhood Watch" Robert Florio Christina M. Kim May 8, 2012 (2012-05-08) 322 14.56[26]
Deeks and Kensi go undercover as a married couple in order to catch a Russian sleeper agent in the neighborhood. Through many suspects and an unexpected twist for Deeks and Kensi, they eventually capture the agent.
71 23 "Sans Voir (Part I)" John P. Kousakis Gil Grant May 15, 2012 (2012-05-15) 323 15.19[26]
The Chameleon lures Callen and the rest of the team into a deadly mind-game with things becoming even more personal for the team when both Agents Mike Renko and Lauren Hunter are killed.
72 24 "Sans Voir (Part II)" Terrence O'Hara Shane Brennan May 15, 2012 (2012-05-15) 324 15.19[26]
The Chameleon's mindgames continue and things heat up when the team discover the life of an innocent man is at stake. The episode ends with Callen being arrested by the LAPD after killing the Chameleon in revenge for Renko and Hunter's deaths while Hetty is seen leaving a resignation letter for Owen Granger on her desk, suggesting that she fully intends to leave OSP for good in the aftermath of the tragedy that has seemingly ripped the team and the entire Office of Special Projects team apart.


Ratings[edit]

Episode U.S. ratings Canada ratings Australian ratings
Original air date Viewers
(millions)
Rank Original air date Viewers
(millions)
Rank Original air date Viewers
(millions)
Rank
Night Week Night Week Night Week
"Lange, H." September 20, 2011 16.71[5] 2 6[5] September 20, 2011 2.113[27] 1 9 September 27, 2011 0.899 8[28] 33[29]
"Cyber Threat" September 27, 2011 16.26[6] 2 5[6] September 27, 2011 2.063[30] 1 9 October 4, 2011 0.869 11[31] 33[32]
"Backstopped" October 4, 2011 14.78[7] 3 7[7] October 4, 2011 1.888[33] 1 11 October 11, 2011 0.851 14[34] 40[35]
"Deadline" October 11, 2011 15.40[8] 3 6[8] October 11, 2011 2.177[36] 1 5 October 18, 2011 0.840 13[37] N/A
"Sacrifice" October 18, 2011 15.35[9] 2 3[9] October 18, 2011 1.920[38] 2 12 October 25, 2011 0.820 13[39] N/A
"Lone Wolf" October 25, 2011 15.89[10] 2 8[10] October 25, 2011 1.955[40] 2 9 November 1, 2011 0.857 16[41] N/A
"Honor" November 1, 2011 15.52[11] 2 8[11] November 1, 2011 1.946[42] 1 11 November 8, 2011 0.813 15[43] N/A
"Greed" November 8, 2011 15.66[12] 2 7[12] November 8, 2011 2.007[42] 1 8 November 15, 2011 0.877 11[44] N/A
"Betrayal" November 15, 2011 15.15[13] 2 5[13] November 15, 2011 1.762[42] 1 12 January 30, 2012[45] 0.583 20[46] N/A
"The Debt" November 22, 2011 14.10[14] 3 8[14] November 22, 2011 2.226[47] 2 8 February 6, 2012 0.692 17[48] N/A
"Higher Power" December 13, 2011 16.40[15] 2 4[15] December 13, 2011 2.000[49] 1 7 February 13, 2012 0.367[50] N/A N/A
"The Watchers" January 3, 2012 17.08[16] 2 5[16] January 3, 2012 2.063[51] 3 5 February 20, 2012 0.489[52] N/A N/A
"Exit Strategy" January 10, 2012 16.60[17] 2 5[17] January 10, 2012 1.999[53] 2 6 February 27, 2012 0.504[54] N/A N/A
"Partners" February 7, 2012 16.27[18] 2 6[18] February 7, 2012 1.738[55] 1 11 March 12, 2012 0.525[56] N/A N/A
"Crimeleon" February 14, 2012 16.15[19] 2 5[19] February 14, 2012 1.993[57] 1 9 March 19, 2012 N/A N/A N/A
"Blye, K." February 21, 2012 15.47[20] 2 9[20] February 21, 2012 2.038[58] 1 7 March 26, 2012 0.521[59] N/A N/A
"Blye, K., Part 2" February 28, 2012 15.85[21] 3 5[21] February 28, 2012 1.960[60] 2 7 April 2, 2012 0.620[61] N/A N/A
"The Dragon and the Fairy" March 20, 2012 16.17[22] 2 4[22] March 20, 2012 1.918[62] 2 8 April 9, 2012 0.558[63] N/A N/A
"Vengeance" March 27, 2012 14.75[23] 3 7[23] March 27, 2012 1.984[64] 1 6 April 23, 2012 0.445[65] N/A N/A
"Patriot Acts" April 10, 2012 12.86[24] 3 6[24] April 10, 2012 2.004[66] 1 5 April 30, 2012 0.343[67] N/A N/A
"Touch of Death" May 1, 2012 15.21[25] 2 5[25] May 1, 2012 2.206[68] 1 4 May 7, 2012[69] 0.389[70] N/A N/A
"Neighborhood Watch" May 8, 2012 14.56[71] 2 5[71] May 8, 2012 1.996[72] 1 7 May 14, 2012 0.469[73] N/A N/A
"Sans Voir (Part I)" May 15, 2012 15.19[26] 2 5[26] May 16, 2012 N/A N/A N/A May 21, 2012 0.440[74] N/A N/A
"Sans Voir (Part II)" May 15, 2012 15.19[26] 2 5[26] May 16, 2012 N/A N/A N/A May 28, 2012 0.419[75] N/A N/A

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