NCIS: Los Angeles (season 4)

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NCIS: Los Angeles (season 4)
NCIS Los Angeles - The 4th Season.jpg
Season 4 U.S. DVD cover
Starring
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes24
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseSeptember 25, 2012 (2012-09-25) – May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14)
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List of NCIS: Los Angeles episodes

The fourth season of NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 25, 2012 on CBS.[1] The episodes, "Red Part One" and "Red Part Two" were intended to be a backdoor pilot for an upcoming series associated with the NCIS franchise titled NCIS: Red. However, CBS later announced that they had passed on the project, making NCIS: Red the only backdoor episodes not to have been given a full series.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

Guest appearances[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
731"Endgame"Terrence O'HaraShane BrennanSeptember 25, 2012 (2012-09-25)40116.74[2]
Following Callen's public shooting of the Chameleon, the NCIS Los Angeles team is broken up as Callen is placed on suspension and Hetty resigns from her position and starts to adjust to retired life. It is later revealed that the Chameleon's death was actually staged and following a prisoner exchange involving the Chameleon and Callen as a means to switch out an incriminating flash drive regarding a CIA agent codenamed "Cherokee" who was a part of the Iranian nuclear program, Hetty returns to lead OSP once again.
742"Recruit"James Whitmore, Jr.R. Scott GemmillOctober 2, 2012 (2012-10-02)40214.91[3]
A drone strike on a bomb-making compound in Afghanistan leads to the discovery of a retired Marine's remains, leaving the NCIS team no choice but to investigate whether or not he betrayed his country.
753"The Fifth Man"John Peter KousakisDave KalsteinOctober 9, 2012 (2012-10-09)40315.18[4]
A diner is bombed, killing four people who were testers of a new terrorist attack warning system, prompting the team to jump into action and save the fifth and final tester, a young girl with Autism, from suffering a similar fate.
764"Dead Body Politic"Tony WharmbyJordana Lewis JaffeOctober 23, 2012 (2012-10-23)40416.53[5]
A simple hit and run turns into a murder and a conspiracy to kill several candidates running for U.S. Senate as the NCIS Los Angeles team investigate whether it is a coincidence or a politically motivated plot.
775"Out of the Past"Dennis SmithFrank MilitaryOctober 30, 2012 (2012-10-30)40516.28[6]
Sam receives a voice mail from an old colleague but things take a turn when Sam and Callen arrive to find that the man is dead, having hung himself. Sam refuses to believe that the death was a suicide and as such, the team go to investigate. Meanwhile, with the arrival of a ruthless arms dealer, Sam is confronted with his past.
786"Rude Awakenings"Karen GaviolaFrank MilitaryNovember 13, 2012 (2012-11-13)40615.77[7]
Continuing from "Out of the Past", with the names of the sleeper agents decoded, teams of different agencies including members of the NCIS Los Angeles team storm the houses, only to discover that they are too late and all the sleeper agents are with some of nuclear bombs in their possession which leads the team into a frantic search for the missing bombs before they are sold to enemy countries. Meanwhile, the truth about Sam's wife, Michelle is finally revealed.
797"Skin Deep"Paul A. KaufmanGil GrantNovember 20, 2012 (2012-11-20)40715.13[8]
The death of a civilian Naval scientist leads the team to a convoluted web of espionage and the latest technology in covert surveillance. Meanwhile, Callen bonds with a key witness after finding out their similar upbringing.
808"Collateral"Kate WoodsCheo Hodari CokerNovember 27, 2012 (2012-11-27)40814.49[9]
Hetty's past resurfaces during an NCIS investigation into the death of a retired CIA agent who worked with Hetty in a joint CIA-NCIS taskforce during the 80s.
819"The Gold Standard"Tony WharmbyJoseph C. WilsonDecember 11, 2012 (2012-12-11)40915.12[10]
A major payment in gold on a loan from China goes missing. The team investigates possible economic terrorism which could severely impact the United States economy. Meanwhile with Deeks testifying on another case, Granger partners with a hesitant Kensi.
8210"Free Ride"Jonathan FrakesTim Clemente & R. Scott GemmilDecember 18, 2012 (2012-12-18)41015.48[11]
Callen, Sam, Kensi, and Deeks spend Christmas undercover on an aircraft carrier when an NCIS Special Agent Afloat is murdered. Meanwhile, Eric and Nell get festive for the holidays, Hetty takes a trip; and Deeks gets jealous when a marine lieutenant is attracted to Kensi.
8311"Drive"Steven DePaulJoe SachsJanuary 8, 2013 (2013-01-08)41117.90[12]
A former defendant of Deeks is targeted for discovering information that could dismantle a lucrative car shipping operation with links to an Asian terrorist ring. Meanwhile, the team tackles the large-scale stolen car operation from the inside when Kensi goes undercover in an auto body shop.
8412"Paper Soldiers"Terrence O'HaraJordana Lewis JaffeJanuary 15, 2013 (2013-01-15)41217.63[13]
A distraught widow is suspicious of the circumstances surrounding her Marine husband's last battle and Sam and Callen help to determine if there has been a cover-up. Meanwhile, Hetty summons Operational Psychologist Nate Getz to be her "pawn" and the rest of the team sense another evaluation on the horizon. It was later determined that a member of the coroner office that NCIS worked with had been supplying bodies to a funeral home owner for use in body parts trafficking.
8513"The Chosen One"Paul A. KaufmanCheo Hodari CokerJanuary 29, 2013 (2013-01-29)41317.30[14]
After intercepting communications between members of a terrorist cell, Callen infiltrates a Chechen terrorist group planning their next attack on the United States but things get intense when it's revealed that Callen is in fact the "Chosen One".
8614"Kill House"Larry TengDave KalsteinFebruary 5, 2013 (2013-02-05)41416.67[15]
The team go undercover as an elite tactical force in order to investigate an ambush tied to a cartel kingpin with terrorist connections, but the game turns deadly when one of the rival training squad team members has his neck broken during an exercise and the team also face a race against the clock when Nell fails to check with the Ops Center, leading them to believe that she might have been taken hostage.
8715"History"James Whitmore, Jr.Scott SullivanFebruary 19, 2013 (2013-02-19)41516.27[16]
The team investigates the death of a former member of a domestic terrorist group called "Gun Barrel Party", a group that was wanted for a string of bombings and domestic terrorism during the 1970s, leading them to discover a connection between a member of a current anarchist group "Red Tide" and the "Gun Barrel Party" that could lead to another bombing.
8816"Lokhay"Diana C. ValentineJoseph C. WilsonFebruary 26, 2013 (2013-02-26)41617.02[17]
Callen is concerned that Sam might be too invested after he takes on a missing persons case to help find the nephew of an Afghani elder who helped him years ago when he was wounded on a mission in Afghanistan while the boat shed becomes an unlikely battleground when the supposedly missing nephew arrives along with a terrorist on the NCIS Wanted List, a terrorist who also wants Sam dead, forcing Callen, Kensi, and Deeks into an intense gunfight before it's too late.
8917"Wanted"Chris O'DonnellR. Scott GemmillMarch 5, 2013 (2013-03-05)41716.24[18]
Sam fears for his family's safety when his wife is called to resume a former CIA cover after a case suggests ties to the infamous Sidorov and his stolen nukes.
9018"Red"Tony WharmbyShane BrennanMarch 19, 2013 (2013-03-19)41816.84[19]
Callen and Sam team up with NCIS Red Team after a Marine is killed execution-style in Moscow, Idaho. In the process, the joint investigation also uncovers a terrorist plot similar to that of September 11.
9119"Red-2"Tony WharmbyShane BrennanMarch 26, 2013 (2013-03-26)41914.53[20]
Red Team and OSP head to El Centro, California to stop a terrorist hitman, only to discover that the terrorist is the target of the real killer. Meanwhile, everyone suspects a possible romance between Callen and the Red Team leader, Paris Summerskill.
9220"Purity"Eric LaneuvilleJoe SachsApril 9, 2013 (2013-04-09)42014.10[21]
When one soldier dies and another one is treated in hospital for cyanide poisoning after drinking water out of the same jug, the team investigate whether it was an isolated incident or a test for large scale water contamination.
9321"Resurrection"Eric A. PotDave Kalstein & Gil GrantApril 23, 2013 (2013-04-23)42114.22[22]
After the body of a cartel boss disappears from the morgue, the NCIS Los Angeles team are sent to retrieve the body and determine the leak inside the DEA task force that allowed it to occur.
9422"Raven & The Swans"Robert FlorioR. Scott GemmillApril 30, 2013 (2013-04-30)42213.07[23]
The NCIS Los Angeles team delves deep into Hetty's past when they discover that a case for a missing person is actually an undercover agent recruited into NCIS many years ago who was investigating stolen equipment used to develop nuclear weaponry.
9523"Parley"John Peter KousakisCheo Hodari CokerMay 7, 2013 (2013-05-07)42313.18[24]
Deeks goes undercover to obtain information about an infamous arms dealer looking to get back in the business, but the woman he befriends leads the operation in a dangerous direction. Meanwhile, Kensi confronts new emotions as she runs surveillance on Deeks & his female source.
9624"Descent"Terrence O'HaraFrank MilitaryMay 14, 2013 (2013-05-14)42413.52[25]
An explosion brings the search for the stolen nuclear weapons up to the top of OSP's radar, prompting Hetty to shuffle the team's partnerships. Callen and Kensi are sent overseas while Sam teams up with his wife, CIA agent, Michelle. Then later, Sam and Deeks team up stateside. In the resulting case, Deeks and Kensi share a romantic kiss, leaving both of them vulnerable while an old enemy returns with a vengeance. The episode ends with Deeks being tortured by Isaak Sidorov and his men as a helpless Sam looks on.

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
"Endgame" September 25, 2012 16.74[2] 2 4[2] September 25, 2012 2.417[26] 2 7 October 2, 2012 0.611 18[27]
"Recruit" October 2, 2012 14.91[3] 2 5[3] October 2, 2012 2.191[28] 2 6 October 9, 2012 0.626 16[29]
"The Fifth Man" October 9, 2012 15.18[4] 2 4[4] October 9, 2012 2.130[30] 2 6 October 16, 2012 0.574 20[31]
"Dead Body Politic" October 23, 2012 16.53[5] 2 3[5] October 23, 2012 2.399[32] 2 5 October 30, 2012 0.640 18[33]
"Out of the Past" October 30, 2012 16.28[6] 2 4[6] October 30, 2012 2.069[34] 2 7 November 6, 2012 0.602[35] 20+[36]
"Rude Awakenings" November 13, 2012 15.77[7] 2 4[7] November 13, 2012 2.106[37] 2 6 February 12, 2013 0.533 20[38]
"Skin Deep" November 20, 2012 15.13[8] 2 5[8] November 20, 2012 2.154[39] 2 7 February 19, 2013 0.533 19[40]
"Collateral" November 27, 2012 14.49[9] 3 7[9] November 27, 2012 1.969[41] 3 8 February 26, 2013 0.532[42] 20+[43]
"The Gold Standard" December 11, 2012 15.12[10] 2 5[10] December 11, 2012 2.046[44] 2 6 March 5, 2013 0.574 20[45]
"Free Ride" December 18, 2012 15.48[11] 2 3[11] December 18, 2012 2.475[46] 2 2 March 12, 2013 0.522[47] 20+[48]
"Drive" January 8, 2013 17.90[12] 2 5[12] January 8, 2013 2.141[49] 2 6 March 19, 2013 0.561[50] 20+[51]
"Paper Soldiers" January 15, 2013 17.63[13] 2 5[13] January 15, 2013 N/A N/A N/A April 9, 2013 0.523 19[52]
"The Chosen One" January 29, 2013 17.30[14] 2 6[14] January 29, 2013 N/A N/A N/A April 16, 2013 0.513 20[53]
"Kill House" February 5, 2013 16.67[15] 2 4[15] February 5, 2013 N/A N/A N/A April 23, 2013 0.502[54] 20+[55]
"History" February 19, 2013 16.27[16] 2 2[16] February 19, 2013 N/A N/A N/A April 30, 2013 0.592 19[56]
"Lockhay" February 26, 2013 17.02[17] 2 N/A February 26, 2013 N/A N/A N/A May 7, 2013 0.603 20[57]
"Wanted" March 5, 2013 16.24[18] 2 N/A March 5, 2013 N/A N/A N/A May 14, 2013 0.485[58] 20+[59]
"Red" March 19, 2013 16.84[19] 2 N/A March 19, 2013 N/A N/A N/A June 4, 2013 0.586 18[60]
"Red-2" March 26, 2013 14.53[20] 2 N/A March 26, 2013 N/A N/A N/A June 11, 2013 0.548[61] 20+[62]
"Purity" April 9, 2013 14.10[21] 2 N/A April 9, 2013 N/A N/A N/A June 18, 2013 0.566[63] 20+[64]
"Resurrection" April 23, 2013 14.22[22] 2 N/A April 23, 2013 N/A N/A N/A July 2, 2013 0.474[65] 20+[66]
"Raven & The Swans" April 30, 2013 13.07[23] 2 N/A April 30, 2013 N/A N/A N/A July 9, 2013 0.499[67] 20+[68]
"Parley" May 7, 2013 13.18[24] 2 N/A May 7, 2013 N/A N/A N/A July 16, 2013 0.550[69] 20+[70]
"Descent" May 14, 2013 13.52[25] 2 N/A May 14, 2013 N/A N/A N/A July 23, 2013 0.556[71] 20+[72]

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