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Une bombe chimique va être découverte dans un véhicule à Los Angeles; un ancien Marine sera soupçonné de l’avoir fabriquée. Le NCIS va faire alliance avec le FBI pour contrer cette menace terroriste issue de l’intérieur du pays...

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Titre VO
Patriot Acts

Titre VF
Intérêts Communs

Première diffusion
10.04.2012

Première diffusion en France
03.08.2012

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NCIS Los Angeles - Patriot Acts (3x20) extended promo WITH CAPTIONS

NCIS Los Angeles - Patriot Acts (3x20) extended promo WITH CAPTIONS

  

Photos promo

le NCIS fait connaissance avec les agents du FBI David Furr et Marcus Hinty

le NCIS fait connaissance avec les agents du FBI David Furr et Marcus Hinty

Sam et Callen en visiteur pour leur enquête

Sam et Callen en visiteur pour leur enquête

les 4 agents du NCIS avecceux du FBI dans un garage

les 4 agents du NCIS avecceux du FBI dans un garage

Sam, Callen et Deeks regardent la vidéo pour l'enquête

Sam, Callen et Deeks regardent la vidéo pour l'enquête

Sam dans le couloir d'un bureau

Sam dans le couloir d'un bureau

Callen et Deeks en grande discussion

Callen et Deeks en grande discussion

Sam (LL Cool J) et G Callen

Sam (LL Cool J) et G Callen

Deeks, Kensi, Callen et Sam avec le FBI

Deeks, Kensi, Callen et Sam avec le FBI

Callen (Chris O'Donnell) devant l'écran  montrant l'explosion

Callen (Chris O'Donnell) devant l'écran montrant l'explosion

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Samedi 04.03.2017 à 23:30

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Scénario : Jordana Lewis Jaffe

Réalisation : Dennis Smith

Guests :

Peter Cambor ............................ Psychologue Nate Getz
David Furr ............................ Agent spécial du FBI Jonas Ambrose
Zach Lewis ............................ Agent du FBI Marcus Hinty
Richard Blake ............................ Gavin Knowles
Brea Grant ............................ Mia Jameson
Eric Jungman ............................ Adam Malnick
Craig Gellis ............................ Harold
Michael Hyatt ............................ Directeur adjoint du FBI
Pierrino Mascarino ............................ Patron du magasin (Luthier) 
Christel Khalil ............................ jeune femme
Anna Wood ............................ Gardienne de la maison
Sharon Tay ............................ Journaliste de la chaine ZNN

Le soleil se lève sur Los Angeles. Une jeune femme se maquille dans son rétro. Le problème, c’est qu’elle conduit en même temps. Elle ne voit pas que le véhicule devant elle s’est arrêté au feu rouge, et le percute. Pas de gros dommages, mais suffisamment pour le conducteur descende pour le constat. Quand elle voit qu’il est jeune et plutôt beau gosse, elle reprend courage. Elle dégage un peu plus son décolleté et se met aussitôt à minauder. Elle interrompt ses explications quand elle voit de la fumée sortir du coffre. Intrigué, l’homme ouvre ce coffre et aperçoit des bidons reliés par des fils électriques. Il prend ses jambes à son cou – ce qu’elle imite dès qu’elle réalise que c’est sans aucun doute une bombe. Celle-ci explose juste après, heureusement sans faire aucune victime – hormis une grosse frayeur.

                                                     

                                                 GENERIQUE

Kensi et Nell arrivent ensemble au QG, visiblement très excitées par la soirée qu’elles ont passée. Deeks se montre étonné puis curieux – que Kensi puisse faire des trucs de filles avec Nell le laisse perplexe, et il meurt d’envie d’avoir des précisions. Cela se retourne contre lui, bien sûr, Sam et Callen prenant fait et cause pour la jeune femme qui mérite de s’évader de son boulot, encore plus depuis qu’elle passe toutes ses journées avec lui !

Un coup de sifflet enjoué et prolongé les interrompt – l’hommage d’Eric au film « La mélodie du bonheur », que seul Deeks semble connaître. L’humeur est à la joie quand ils entrent dans la salle des OSP, mais la mine sévère d’Hetty douche leur enthousiasme. Ce qui l’a mise en rogne, c’est la diffusion par toutes les chaines de télé, d’une intervention du FBI expliquant qu’ils viennent d’arrêter un type sur le point de commettre un acte terroriste dans Los Angeles : Gavin Knowles, alias l’homme à la bombe dans son coffre. Eric leur passe la vidéo de l’accrochage et de l’explosion. Sam y voit la signature d’une bombe chimique très instable. Knowles est un ancien Marine, démobilisé avec les honneurs après la quasi-disparition de tous ses équipiers dans l’explosion d’une bombe artisanale en Afghanistan. Pas de formation en explosif, mais il a pu apprendre tout seul, et vouloir donner à la ville  une idée de ce qu’il a vécu. Ce qui interpelle Callen, c’est comment ils ont pu passer à côté d’un complot terroriste, et surtout se faire doubler par le FBI. Hetty enfonce le clou : c’est exactement ce qu’un Granger apoplectique lui a demandé par téléphone. Il veut qu’ils découvrent ce qu’ils ont laissé passer – ce qu’au contraire le FBI n’a pas loupé.

Ils commencent donc par aller à quatre voir l’épave du véhicule. L’odeur de chlore dans le garage confirme l’hypothèse de la bombe chimique. Ils n’ont pas le temps de faire trois pas de plus qu’un type en costard les arrête. Il se présente : Jonas Ambrose, et brandit une carte du FBI, exigeant de voir les leurs. Il demande même à son jeune collègue (Hinty)  de noter tous les numéros, mais Sam n’a pas l’intention d’attendre. Ambrose brûle d’envie de l’empêcher d’avancer vers la voiture, se ravise et se contente de lui recommander de ne rien prendre. Callen dit à Ambrose qu’ils veulent parler à Knowles ; l’autre n’y voit aucun inconvénient, à condition de faire une demande en règle avec le bon formulaire ; cela prendra trois semaines avant d’avoir une réponse, négative de toute façon. Comme G proteste que leurs agences sont censées coopérer, Ambrose remarque, faussement contrit, qu’il  ne fait pas les règlements, mais se contente de les suivre. Il part avec Hinty vers le fond du garage, d’où il peut les surveiller tout à son aise.

Callen rapporte aux autres l’interdiction de voir Knowles ; Deeks relativise : le type est sous les verrous, personne n’a été blessé, tout est pour le mieux. Ou le pire, soupire G, s’il y a d’autres engins près à exploser. Sam se sent plein de compréhension pour la colère de Granger, depuis qu’il a fait la connaissance d’Ambrose. N’empêche, tout semble accuser le type  arrêté. Une voix bien connue les fait tous sursauter : Nate !! C’est bien lui – et il augmente leur surprise en leur assurant que sur ce coup là, le FBI se trompe...

Ils se retrouvent tous au QG, ravis de retrouver leur psychologue devenu profiler sur tous les terrains du monde. A ce titre il a rejoint la force spéciale du FBI chargée de dénicher le  terrorisme à l’intérieur du pays. Ambrose en fait partie aussi, c’est lui qui a mis la main sur Knowles. C’est un « super » agent ; mais il n’avait pas été intéressé par Nate lui disant que l’annonce du FBI, se vantant d’avoir fait échouer une menace terroriste, était pour le moins prématurée. C’est pour cela que Nate se tourne vers ses amis du NCIS local. Sauf que dans l’immédiat, ils ne peuvent pas interroger leur suspect. Sam sourit : l’appartement de Gavin, lui, est libre de parler. Kensi et Deeks se chargent du restaurant où l’homme a été arrêté pendant que les deux autres roulent vers son domicile.

Nate, resté seul, savoure son retour « à la maison » en laissant son regard se perdre dans le décor quand Eric et Nell poussent le même cri de surprise et de joie. Le premier donne une belle accolade au psy. La deuxième bafouille qu’elle aurait aimé lui envoyer le paquet promis, qu’elle espère que les mails étaient suffisants et finit par se coller à lui dans une étreinte qui  laisse les deux garçons perplexes...

Sam et Callen se pointent devant l’immeuble de Knowles, où une mauvaise surprise les attend : Hinty, « le valet d’Ambrose » monte la garde. Pas question de jouer la carte « Hetty » avec lui, il est bien trop jeune pour en avoir entendu parler. Alors il faut user de son statut de bleu. Il n’a pas demandé pourquoi « eux » n’avait pas le droit d’entrer là ? C’est bien le signe qu’il est fait pour obéir aux ordres, qu’il ira loin tant qu’il jouera le bon toutou, etc. Bien sûr Hinty finit par se vexer et leur donner 5 minutes (« c’est moi qui décide, ici ! »). G et Sam se dépêchent de profiter de la permission mais la douce voix d’Ambrose les arrête net (et fait soupirer  un Hinty  accablé). Il brandit de nouveau son badge, s’offusquant qu’ils dépassent ainsi les bornes. Callen lui rétorque qu’ »on » les a invités à le faire, au nom de la coopération. L’autre les renvoie à la procédure du formulaire à remplir, ils n’ont plus qu’à quitter les lieux.

Quand Deeks et Kensi entrent dans le restaurant, le serveur est visiblement débordé- il confirme que Gavin était un client régulier. Il s’asseyait toujours dans la zone de Mia, la jeune serveuse gothique. Celle-ci leur dit d’emblée que Gavin est innocent. Il avait été paniqué en découvrant la bombe, ramené brutalement à son cauchemar afghan. Il est revenu de là-bas un peu en vrac, mais il se faisait aider, et elle est persuadée qu’il n’aurait jamais eu l’idée de terroriser des gens innocents. Elle le connait bien, ils sortent ensemble depuis 6 mois- personne ne le sait au boulot, pour ne pas risquer d’avoir moins de pourboires ! Deeks s’écarte discrètement, permettant à Kensi de prendre le numéro de téléphone de Mia, à qui elle promet de donner des nouvelles de Gavin si elle en a. Le flic regarde avec intérêt les gâteaux sur le comptoir quand le serveur lui glisse que Knowles s’est servi du téléphone de Mia juste avant son arrestation.

A peine sorti du resto, Deeks appelle Eric pour savoir qui Gavin avait contacté via le téléphone de Mia. Eric découvre qu’il s’agit d’un garage au moment où Callen, Sam et Nate le rejoignent dans la salle des OSP. Comme Nate estime que le comportement de Knowles ne le classe pas dans la catégorie des loups solitaires, G envoie Deeks et Kensi vérifier s’il a des copains dans le garage, pendant que Sam et lui briefent Hetty.

Eric laisse alors Nell et Nate en tête à tête, prétextant avoir la bougeotte, et partant se soigner au gymnase. Nate regarde Nell avec un sourire en coin. Il l’accuse d’avoir voulu flirter avec lui quand ils se sont vus en bas, et de ne plus avoir la même attitude là, maintenant. Quand elle réalise qu’il sous-entend qu’elle le drague seulement en présence d’Eric, elle éclate de rire, embarrassée,  et s’enfuit. Il lui lance que c’est trop tard, qu’il est déjà dans sa tête, et se cale sur sa chaise, satisfait d’avoir encore visé juste !

En planque devant le garage, Deeks essaie de coincer Kensi au sujet de sa soirée – mais c’est encore raté.  De nombreux motards arrivent ; Kensi leur tire le portrait ;  Deeks appelle le QG. C’est Hetty qui lui répond, et donne les dernières nouvelles : un groupe terroriste endosse la responsabilité de la bombe du matin, en précisant qu’il en a installé d’autres dans la ville, pour animer la soirée. Est-ce que cela veut dire que Gavin est innocent ? Impossible de le dire pour l’instant. Par contre, toutes les télés relaient l’info, donc cela va  semer la panique. Autrement dit, que ce soit la déclaration du FBI, ou celle des médias, elles font toutes les deux le jeu des terroristes...

Dans les locaux d’un bâtiment fédéral, Ambrose soupire en voyant Sam, G et Nate lui rendre visite. Nate, surtout, le déçoit : il l’a personnellement recruté et le voilà qui se range dans le bord opposé. Le psy remarque qu’il n’y a pas de bords, normalement, et Sam ajoute que leurs directeurs leur demandent de travailler de concert. Ambrose reprend la main : de toute façon, l’affaire est close. Sam s’étonne, il reste peut-être des bombes dans la ville ; G en appelle à la logique : puisqu’ils ont bouclé l’affaire, ils peuvent bien les laisser parler à Knowles ! Ambrose cède, à condition que ce soit Nate qui fasse l’interrogatoire – car membre de l’équipe spéciale.

Il conduit Nate jusqu’à la salle où Gavin patiente. Sam et G se mette dans un recoin du couloir, et s’apprête à entrer avec le psy via un micro/caméra caché dans un bouton de sa chemise ; lui-même a une oreillette pour entendre les agents. Le type du FBI lui précise qu’il bénéficiera aussi de toutes les infos lâchées par le suspect, avant de le laisser seul avec Gavin. Quand il se présente, le jeune homme a un sourire amer : il s’attendait à une visite de ce jour. Nate, aidé de Sam, le met en confiance. Gavin nie toute implication, et finit par se dire victime d’un complot ; orchestré par le FBI. Il n’a pas le temps d’en dire plus, Ambrose et Hinty font irruption et embarque Knowles, sous le prétexte de signes évidents de paranoïa.

Tout cela laisse les agents du NCIS perplexes. Pas vraiment convaincus que Knowles se soit retourné contre son pays, mais sans pouvoir l’exclure non plus. Par contre, la certitude, c’est qu’Ambrose a pris les foies.

Dans la salle des OSP, Eric et Nell confirment avoir identifié tous les motards du garage. La plupart ont fait des séjours en prison, mais ne font plus parler d’eux depuis. Deeks, qui a côtoyé ce genre de types, les pense capables de se lancer dans le terrorisme. Kensi lui propose de chausser ses chaps.

Et les voilà qui arrivent au garage, au guidon de motos semblables à toutes celles qui stationnent sur le parking, et porteurs de longues chaps convaincantes. Kensi est un peu inquiète à l’idée de mettre les pieds au milieu d’un groupe de terroristes, de se jeter dans la gueule du loup, mais son équipier est confiant : ils sont hyper-entrainés, les autres n’y verront que du feu. Ils entrent ; une table de billard occupe presque tout l’espace, avec des sièges, un flipper, et quand même une moto ; au fond, il y a la remise des pièces détachées, à droite la cuisine.

Deeks ouvre la bouche pour saluer la compagnie, et se fige en entendant hurler : c’est un flic !! La montagne de muscles devant lui réagit aussitôt, allongeant le bras pour un direct meurtrier. Heureusement, Marty réussit à l’éviter et à frapper. Mais les motards sont extrêmement nombreux et n’aiment visiblement pas la police. Kensi n’a d’autre choix que de dégainer et tirer en l’air, en hurlant le routinier « agents fédéraux ». Le lustre se décroche, des débris tombe sur le feutre de la table de billard, mais le but est atteint : le chaos s’arrête. Ils entendent un moteur rugir dehors. Kensi se charge de l’intérieur et crie à Deeks d’y aller. Elle s’excuse pour les dégâts pendant que Marty se rue sur le parking à temps : il plonge et fait tomber motard et moto ; ils roulent tous les trois dans la poussière. Deeks reconnaît une vieille connaissance : Harold. Et se plie de rire quand il découvre qu’il a appelé sa moto Maude- et qu’il est désespéré de la voir dans cet état.

Du coup, dans la salle d’interrogatoire de l’annexe, comme Harold ne veut pas parler, Marty joue sur cet « amour fou ». Maude va pouvoir servir à sa petite sœur qui apprend la moto : comme elle débute, elle va tomber- souvent. En plus, elle est hyper-métrope...Harold finit par craquer à l’idée de voir sa moto livrée à cette torture, et avoue que quelqu’un est à la recherche d’une bombe compacte. Il jure ne pas savoir qui veut se procurer se genre d’engin.

Dans la salle d’observation, Nate est enclin à le croire. Si Gavin est passé d’une bombe chimique à une bombe compacte, c’est qu’il veut varier ses cibles – ou plutôt cibler quelqu’un. Eric apparaît sur l’écran : le FBI est en train de faire une nouvelle déclaration, disant qu’ils ont la preuve que Knowles agissait seul, que le soi-disant groupe terroriste n’est qu’un canular. Cela jette un nouveau froid parmi les agents : ce bluff, destiné à enfumer les terroristes, pourrait les pousser à passer à l’acte plus rapidement. G pense qu’il est temps de parler à nouveau à Mia, afin de savoir ce qu’elle sait sur les amis de Gavin ; et sur ses ennemis...

Mais Deeks et Kensi ne la trouvent pas chez elle. La porte n’est pas verrouillée, pourtant tout est en ordre, et rien n’indique un départ précipité. Un détail étonnant : Mia joue du violoncelle, et à en croire sa partition, elle est d’un bon niveau. Kensi est ébahi par la science de son collègue, qui lui apprend avoir joué du violon dans l’enfance : il n’est pas totalement un homme de Neandertal ! Il prend une photo de l’instrument avant de repartir.

Pendant ce temps, Sam et Callen, qui s’interrogent toujours sur ce qu’Ambrose peut bien cacher, sont interrompus par Eric qui a une adresse à leur donner : celle d’où est partie l’appel anonyme revendiquant la pose de bombes dans la ville. Il s’agit d’un grand bâtiment abandonné entouré de parkings. Le tout est protégé par une grille fermée par une chaine et un cadenas. Sur le parking, une voiture en bon état contraste avec le triste état des murs ; les toits comportent des recoins qui permettraient facilement de cacher des assaillants éventuels. Mais tout est calme. Callen attrape la chaine pour vérifier si le cadenas a été forcé, et aussitôt la voiture explose. Ils sont heureusement hors de portée des débris, et en sont quittes pour une belle peur. G est certain que c’est son geste qui a déclenché la bombe. Il semble qu’effectivement Gavin ne travaillait pas en solo, et que donc le FBI se trompe sur toute la ligne...

Du coup, au QG, ça carbure pour essayer de comprendre. Deux bombes chimiques – une qui a explosé lors de l’accrochage, la seconde dans un lieu désert, sans faire de victime, comme si le but était d’attirer l’attention plutôt que de tuer. Peut-être un chantage, du style : vous voyez ce qu’on est capable de faire, vous avez intérêt à payer, sinon la prochaine bombe explosera dans le stade en plein match des Clippers. Le problème c’est que la 3ème bombe, si 3ème il y a, devrait être compacte, donc cibler quelqu’un et non une foule. Nell confirme que la voiture  de la bombe du  parking a été volée après l’arrestation de Gavin. Cela veut dire que ce dernier n’a pas agi seul. Et que donc Mia peut avoir contacté elle-même le garage. Et que donc il faut la retrouver. Mais Nell livre une autre info plus étonnante : son téléphone est éteint, et surtout il n’y a aucune info disponible remontant à plus de 6 ans. Que s’est-il passé à cette date pour qu’elle change de vie ?

Deeks intervient : sur la photo qu’il a prise chez la jeune femme on voit l’étui de son violoncelle – et sur cet étui, une étiquette. Or on ne se sépare pas de ce genre d’instrument, même quand on tente de disparaître ; et on le confie toujours dans les mêmes mains pour son entretien. Tout le monde se lève, mais Nate n’a pas le temps de suivre les autres. Nell lui attrape le bras, sous prétexte de lui demander ce que ça fait d’être de retour ; en fait pour lui dire qu’elle considère Eric comme son frère et que donc elle ne peut pas être amoureuse de lui ; ...ou alors, est-elle   en train de se mentir en le regardant comme un frère ?...

Le luthier qui reçoit Kensi et Deeks reconnaît le violoncelle (sur photo) qu’il dit chouchouter depuis plus 15 ans. Sa propriétaire s’appelle Jessica, mais correspond à la description de Mia. Le vieil homme conserve tous ses reçus, et leur en présente un avec une adresse dans Bel Air. Peut-être là où elle a grandi.

Ce sont Sam et Callen qui s’y rendent. Personne ne répond à la porte, ils font le tour et tombe sur une jeune fille qui garde les lieux pendant l’absence des propriétaires. Ceux-ci sont partis en congés, sans téléphone, et sans lui dire où ils allaient. Callen tente un petit coup de bluff en lui parlant de leur fille Jessica ; elle ne la connaît pas, elle sait seulement qu’elle s’est enfuie quand elle était au lycée, et que ses parents n’ont pas touché sa chambre depuis.  Effectivement, il y a même des livres ouverts sur le bureau (des livres de droit, ce qui est un peu étonnant pour une lycéenne). L’aubaine, pour les agents, ce sont les photos : en superstar, dans l’équipe de foot ou au sein d’un orchestre, Jessica a un sourire radieux, qui s’élargit encore dans un cadre où elle pose avec un jeune homme. Le petit copain avec lequel elle s’est enfuie ?

Eris et Nell ont travaillé sur les photos prises dans la chambre de Jessica. Le jeune homme du cadre s’appelle Rafi Janatpour, il jouait aussi dans l’orchestre (comme 1er violon). Suspecté de terrorisme, il a été arrêté par le FBI six ans plus tôt, et décèdera malheureusement en prison avant son procès : ses codétenus l’ont assassiné au nom du patriotisme, parce qu’il était musulman. Et l’agent du FBI qui a fait ses armes sur cette affaire s’appelle...Ambrose ! Kensi a l’œil attiré par un détail de la photo de l’orchestre. Sur le côté, un garçon est en train de téléphoner : elle reconnaît ce visage, celui du serveur qui travaille avec Mia. Il a changé de nom aussi, d’ailleurs, à la même époque.  Il ne s’agit donc pas de terrorisme proprement dit : les deux amis sont persuadés que Rafi était innocent quand le FBI l’a mis derrière les barreaux. Puisqu’il en est mort, ils veulent le venger.

Deeks et Kensi retournent au resto mais Adam Malnick prend peur en les voyant arriver. Il lâche le plateau contenant verres et assiettes qui s’écrasent au sol, et s’enfuit par derrière. Pas de chance : Sam le cueille à la sortie,  le menotte et le ramène à l’intérieur. Adam est détendu : il  faisait seulement les bombes, sans intention de terroriser les populations, ce sont le FBI et les médias qui s’en sont chargé. Mia, il ne sait pas où elle est. Mais Ambrose pourrait le savoir...Callen tilte : c’est l’agent qui est la cible de la vengeance. Il tente aussitôt de le joindre par téléphone mais tombe sur sa messagerie. Il appelle Eric pour lui dire de retrouver Ambrose – et sans doute Mia, et la 3ème bombe dans la foulée.

Dans la salle des OSP, Nell et Nate se penchent sur la photo d’Adam, qui ne faisait pas partie de l’orchestre. Pourtant son téléphone porte le logo du groupe ; il pourrait l’avoir emprunté. Or Rafi a été coincé par le FBI grâce à des appels téléphoniques compromettants. De là à penser qu’Adam est l’auteur de ce mauvais plan, et qu’il est en train de recommencer avec Mia, il n’y a qu’un pas qu’ils franchissent quand Nell découvre que Mia avait envoyé pétitions sur pétitions au FBI pour les convaincre de l’innocence de Rafi. D’où les livres de droit. Les agents remontent le puzzle.

Adam se prétend écœuré par la mort de Rafi, et enrôle Mia pour mystifier l’agence. La bombe du coffre devait servir à piéger Gavin, donc mettre le FBI sur le coup ; puis aussitôt l’innocenter. Nate fait remarquer que Mia veut seulement que le FBI reconnaisse son erreur, mais n’a sans doute aucune envie de blesser qui que ce soit. Le sang de Sam ne fait qu’un tour : bien sûr, Adam a pris trop de plaisir à se payer le FBI la première fois, il veut recommencer, quitte à sacrifier Mia. Adam ricane, il ne dira pas où est la 3ème bombe, pour ne pas gâcher le fun...

Heureusement, Eric a retrouvé la trace d’Ambrose, dans le Verdugo Park. Il est seul, preuve qu’il pense que Mia veut lui parler. Nate est persuadé que c’est ce que la jeune fille désire aussi, d’ailleurs, qu’Adam l’a piégée. Donc il a caché la bombe sur elle. Mais où ? Nate réfléchit à toute allure : Mia veut que le FBI admette son erreur, au sujet de Rafi. Avec une preuve – un enregistrement ... un magnétophone !

Eric guide les agents jusqu’au terrain de baseball. Nate leur parle du magnétophone. Deeks qui trainait Adam le menotte à un piquet de la barrière qui encadre le terrain et comme les autres court jusqu’à Ambrose et Mia, face à face sur l’herbe. Ambrose est agacé par leur apparition, se calme quand il entend le mot bombe. Sam hurle à Mia de ne pas mettre en route le magnétoscope, elle gémit, affolée : c’est trop tard. Il lui dit alors calmement de ne surtout pas relâcher la pression sur le bouton de marche ; et il s’approche pour mettre son doigt à la place du sien. Quand c’est fait, il l’envoie se mettre à l’abri.

Callen lui demande s’il a un plan – c’est non ; s’il peut la jeter ; c’est non ; Ambrose demande s’il faut qu’ils restent tous ; c’est non – il ne se le fait pas dire deux fois, il court – « protéger » Mia ! Sam cherche quelque chose pour bloquer le bouton. Kensi propose une épingle à cheveux qu’elle arrache de sa tête. Callen la déplie, la replie à la taille du magnétophone, et soigneusement la place de façon à ce qu’elle empêche le bouton de remonter. La tension est à son comble quand Sam enlève son doigt, mais rien ne se produit. Il pousse ses collègues à s’éloigner – Kensi  ne veut pas le laisser, l’appelle tout en faisant quelques pas. Sam pose doucement le magnéto sur le sol et prend ses jambes à son cou. Ils ont tous le temps d’être hors de portée quand la bombe explose en faisant jaillir un mélange d’herbe et de sable.

Mia se précipite vers eux. Elle jure qu’elle ne savait pas que l’appareil était piégé. Ils la rassurent : ils le savent, et en plus Ambrose va vraiment innocenter officiellement Rafi ; quant à Adam, ils veilleront à ce qu’il reste très longtemps en prison. Elle réalise qu’il est aussi responsable de la mort de Rafi : elle se dit prête à aller en prison, pourvu qu’il paie pour ça.

Dans le bâtiment fédéral, Ambrose relâche Gavin en présence de Sam, Callen et Nate ? Les agents réclament des excuses pour Knowles, l’agent du FBI s’exécute. Gavin s’inquiète pour Mia ; Ambrose n’a pas l’intention de la poursuivre, compte tenu de son passé. Nate donne sa carte à l’ex-Marine : il n’a pas besoin d’un psy, mais peut-être d’un ami...

Au QG, Hetty accueille G avec des félicitations et une médaille de la part de Granger – il lui dit de la donner à Mia, elle qui a dédié sa vie à réhabiliter le nom de Rafi. Hetty sourit : elle a dédié sa vie à la vérité – une âme sœur...Eric et Nell qui dévalent l’escalier les interrompent. Nell explique qu’elle n’a rien à faire de sa soirée – sauf si les Monster trucks reviennent faire le show en ville. C’est là qu’elles étaient la veille, Kensi et elle, et c’était génial. Eric en perd la voix. Hetty fait une drôle de tête, Callen se marre, avant de s’éloigner. Hetty souffle : comment n’est-elle pas tombée sur elles ??

             --------------------------------  FIN -------------------------------

[Sunrise in LA streets]

MALE RADIO HOST: [over radio] Oh, come on. Good morning to you...and now that we've had our coffee and traffic and more coffee let's get an answer to this question, Sally.

SALLY: [over radio] Okay, okay, in all fairness...okay, hold on.

[A young woman is driving and putting on her make-up- near the Capitol Records Tower]

HOST: [Over radio] No, no, no, our audience has to know what the question is. The question is: You have to carpool to work...

SALLY: [Over radio] I do carpool to work! [She laughs]

HOST: [Over radio] Oh, well, that's news to me.

[The driver doesn’t pay attention to the road: she notices too late that a car has stopped in front of her because of a red light. She gasps, brakes (tires screech) - and her car ends against a pick-up back…]

WOMAN: Oh! Oh! No, no, no, no!

[She sighs in despair. The pickup driver, a young blond man, gets out of his car. The woman smiles and opens her V-neck]

WOMAN: I guess it could have been worse.

[She gets out]

MAN: The light was red, lady.

WOMAN: [Speaking very fast] Hi! I am so sorry. I'm on the way to school 'cause I'm a teacher--first grade-- and I was doing my makeup in the car 'cause I overslept. Not that I wear a lot of makeup. I'm actually more of a teacher-slash-singer.

[She simpers – he looks irritated]

WOMAN: And...What, what's going on with your truck?

[Some appears from the truck. Guy opens it and they see cans, wires, and smoke]

WOMAN: Is that a...

[Guy closes the truck and runs!]

WOMAN: ...bomb!

[She starts running too. Guy crosses a street, car horns honks. The woman screams when the back of the car blows up. A car alarm blares.]

 

                                         ♫ ♫ NCIS: LA 3x20 ♫ ♫  Patriot Acts ♫ ♫

                                      ♫ ♫ Original Air Date on April 10, 2012 ♫ ♫

 

[Nell and Kensi come together in the office]

KENSI: I am so tired.

NELL: Crazy. You were going nuts.

KENSI: I know. It was exciting. It was fun. It was-- ah! You know what? Who knew?

NELL: I knew.

[The bangs fists]

NELL: Stick with me, kid!

[They split, Deeks looks at his partner with surprise; Sam is reading a file and smiles]

KENSI: Morning.

DEEKS: Wait, what? You guys hang out together?

KENSI: Nell and I? Yeah.

DEEKS: You do?

[He looks at Callen working on his phone]

DEEKS: They do?

SAM: Down, boy.

DEEKS: I mean, because you guys are like, you're like work friends.

CALLEN: Here he goes.

DEEKS: Oh, that must be it. You're like us, you know what I mean? You go out after work for a casual brewski like, like we do.

KENSI: Nope. Nell and I made plans a few weeks ago.

SAM: I think he's starting to drool.

CALLEN: Yeah, I'm starting to see it right on the right corner there.

DEEKS: Oh, no, okay, I get it. Even bad-ass Blye needs a little..."female bonding time," is that it?

SAM: There's no turning back now.

DEEKS: You guys probably went shopping for jeans, took a Zumba class, stopped afterwards for a little frozen yogurt.

KENSI: What? You know I don't eat frozen yogurt.

DEEKS: Uh-huh, and those are not new jeans.

SAM: He knows every pair of her jeans.

CALLEN: What, you don't know mine?

SAM: I know you got new rims on your Jag.

CALLEN: That was a lucky guess.

SAM: You're questioning my attention to automotive detail? By the way, your front left tire--looks about two PSI low.

CALLEN: Okay, now you're just showing off.

DEEKS: Guys, guys, we need to get back to what's important here. Our friend Kensi went to an all-ladies fitness dance party last night.

CALLEN: You know, I support Kensi expressing herself artistically. Gives her an outlet for the frustrations of the job.

SAM: Especially since she has to spend every day with you.

KENSI: Thank you. I actually appreciate that you guys noticed this.

CALLEN: McKenzie, you are stronger than Sam and I combined.

[Sam laughs; a whistle toots jauntily. He stares at Eric]

SAM: What was that?

ERIC: It's my homage to Captain Von Trapp.

SAM: Mm-hmm.

ERIC: Sound of Music. Aw, come on. Gazebos, Nazis, yodeling nun?

CALLEN: Must have missed that one.

KENSI: Must be right at the top of my Netflix cue.

ERIC: You know, there is a sing-a-long coming up at the Bowl.

[Sam inhales]

SAM: Busy.

DEEKS: Guys, that movie is a classic.

KENSI: Wait, is that one where people sing in the rain?

DEEKS: No, that's Singing in the R... ah.

[Sam pats him over the head as they go up to the OPS]

SAM: Good boy, good boy.

[Deeks screams]

DEEKS: No, no, that's inappropriate touching. I don't like inappropriate touching-- neither does Hetty.

SAM: Hetty told me to keep you in line.

[Kensi laughs. But when they enter the room, Hetty glares at them]

 

[OPS center. Hetty looks at Nell and Eric]

HETTY: Go.

ERIC: Uh, the FBI just released this to all the major news outlets.

[On the large screen, there’s a video of a FBI spokeswoman and footage of a restaurant]

WOMAN: [Over vid] Earlier this morning, the FBI apprehended Gavin Knowles, a man, we suspect, planned to detonate an explosive device in the city of Los Angeles.

[Guy is the pickup driver]

WOMAN: [Over vid] With his arrest, I'm proud to announce the FBI thwarted an act of terrorism against our great nation.

ERIC: The FBI moved in after a bomb detonated in Knowles truck.

DEEKS: And he lived to tell the tale?

[Eric nods]

NELL: Apparently, the device started smoking after this car rear-ended him. And Knowles abandoned the vehicle before the explosion.

SAM: Well, if it was smoking, it was probably a chemical bomb. And if a fender-bender triggered it, means it was highly unstable.

CALLEN: Okay, two questions: Who is Gavin Knowles, and how does he know how to make third rate chemical bombs?

ERIC: That, I don't know. But what I do know, is that he was a former Marine. A medical discharge under honorable conditions after an IED took out most of his squad in Afghanistan.

CALLEN: And no formal training with explosives?

KENSI: Could have taught himself.

DEEKS: Give folks a taste of what life is like across the Afghan border.

SAM: What kind of trouble has Knowles been in since he's been state side?

NELL: Few scrapes with the LAPD, but nothing that would have predicted this.

HETTY: If you can predict this! Initial thoughts?

SAM: How do we not know about a terrorist plot, right here in L.A.?

CALLEN: Something about this just doesn't feel right.

HETTY: Because you smell foul play, Mr. Callen, or because you didn't find Gavin Knowles first?

DEEKS: Ooh... and that's why they call her Henrietta the Hammer.

HETTY: Straight up, Mr. Deeks. I just got off the phone with Assistant Director Granger. The man's apoplectic that the FBI got this collar, and not us. After all, Gavin Knowles is a former Marine.

SAM: Granger's apoplectic?

HETTY: Oh, I heard a vein pop, Mr. Hanna. No joke, I've witnessed this two or three times in the field. I know what to listen for.

KENSI: So, what does Granger want us to do? FBI already made the arrest.

HETTY: Granger wants you to find what you missed. And what the FBI didn't.

DEEKS: Well, that seems like a great use of our national security resources.

CALLEN: No, guys, Granger's right. We should have been all over this…

 

[Police parking lot. Callen and Kensi’s cars stop near the entrance; they get out]

SAM: Smell that?

CALLEN: Chlorine.

SAM: Chemical bomb, just like I thought.

MAN: Hey, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

[He heads towards the team, raising one hand]

MAN: Hold it right there.

[He pulls out his ID]

AMBROSE: Special Agent Jonas Ambrose, FBI.

CALLEN: Agent Callen, NCIS.

AMBROSE: I need to see your I.D. That goes for all of you. Agent Hinty, get their I.D. number.

HINTY: Okay.

[They quickly show their IDs; Hinty can’t get all the numbers but doesn’t dare protest. Sam steps forwards]

AMBROSE: Don't, uh...take anything.

CALLEN: We also need to speak to Knowles.

AMBROSE: He's in FBI custody.

CALLEN: You're not going to let us question the prime suspect in a terrorist plot?

AMBROSE: Well, I don't have a problem, so long as you fill out and file the correct paperwork. Takes about three weeks to process it before you get an answer, which will still be no.

CALLEN: You know our agencies typically work together, right?

AMBROSE: Well, I don't make the rules, I just live by them. - Hinty.

[He leaves Callen, his partner follows him – his cell phone rings. Sam, wearing gloves, is searching the wrecked pickup]

SAM: When do we get to sit down with Knowles?

CALLEN: According to the FBI handbook over there, we don't.

[Sam smiles and shakes his head, incredulous]

DEEKS: Well, nobody was hurt, Knowles is behind bars, so that's good.

CALLEN: Or very bad... if there's more unstable bombs out there.

DEEKS: Why do I always have to be the hopeless optimist on this team?

KENSI: Probably because you're the only one that watches musicals.

SAM: Losing out on our own territory to “that” guy, no wonder Granger's is pissed.

CALLEN: The evidence so far says Knowles is the guy.

NATE: Well, that's what the evidence says.

[They stare at him, Sam chuckles]

KENSI: Nate?!

SAM: Nate.

NATE: The FBI has got this one wrong.

[They can’t hide their surprise and delight]

 

                                -------------------- ZAPPING -------------------

 

[NCIS office. Agents desks]

CALLEN: So, after we saw you in Yemen...

NATE: Okay, after Yemen was Venezuela, then Russia and Turkey. Oh- South Africa, then Turkey. And half a dozen stops in between.

SAM: That you're not at liberty to discuss.

NATE: Profilers are in demand these days.

SAM: You must be flying first class, racking up all those miles.

CALLEN: Warm chocolate chip cookies taste so much better at 30,000 feet.

DEEKS: Pssh! I wouldn't know.

[Kensi slaps his head]

DEEKS: Ow! Really?

KENSI: I'm training Deeks to not make himself the center of every conversation.

NATE: With pain?

KENSI: With proven scientific methods.

SAM: So, what brings you in from Turkey?

NATE: Joint FBI task force to help identify domestic terrorists.

CALLEN: So, is Ambrose a part of this task force?

NATE: Yes, he's the one who helped zero in on Gavin Knowles.

DEEKS: And?

NATE: Ambrose is a decent agent,

[G and Sam exchange a look]

NATE: but this arrest plus the FBI announcement that they prevented some terrorist plot are premature at best.

SAM: And I take it Ambrose wasn't interested in your opinion?

NATE: I thought you guys might be.

CALLEN: Right, as always, Nate. But, your insight isn't going to do us much good unless we can find a way to question Gavin.

DEEKS: And I take it, breaking into the FBI is off the table?

SAM: For now. Gavin's apartment's different story.

KENSI: All right, Deeks and I will take the diner where he got arrested.

[They all start leaving the bullpen- Callen taps Nate’s shoulder. Sam raises his hand]

SAM: Hey. Big Nate.

NATE: Yeah.

 

[They’re gone; Nate looks around, obviously pleased being back. Nell and Eric appear on top of the stairs]

NELL: Nate?!

NATE: Nell! Hi! Eric!

ERIC: Nate... What's up man? [he chuckles]

[They hug]

NELL: I can't believe you're here. Wow, I want to hear all about your travel adventures. And, um, I meant to send you that care package but, I'm sorry-- I hope my e-mails have been enough.

[She clings to him; he smiles and pats her shoulders…]

 

[Callen and Sam are outside Knowles’ house – but there’s already someone standing on their way]

SAM: Not this guy again! Ambrose's lackey.

CALLEN: We play the Hetty card?

SAM: It won't work. He's so green, he won't know who she is yet.

CALLEN: Then we use that.

SAM: Ego, thy name is Agent Fresh-Out-Of-The-Academy.

[They comes closer to Hinty]

CALLEN: Don't tell me Ambrose has you standing watch out here.

HINTY: There could be valuable evidence inside Knowles' apartment.

SAM: Guarding a scene's an invaluable skill. Took me two whole days to teach my Doberman the same thing.

CALLEN: How long you been out of the academy?

HINTY: Almost six weeks.

CALLEN: Ambrose obviously doesn't recognize talent. Unless...what did you say when he told you not to let us inside?

HINTY: How did you know he said that?

SAM: You heard the man; answer him.

HINTY: I... I didn't ask why.

CALLEN: There you have it. Ambrose is right. We're dealing with an empty suit here.

SAM: A real live yes man.

HINTY: Uh... uh...

SAM: Only thing left on my list is Bigfoot.

HINTY: I-I'm not a yes man, okay?

CALLEN: It's okay, all right?

[The agents speak at each other and start leaving]

SAM: He'll go a long way.

CALLEN: As long as Ambrose is his boss.

SAM: And some people are better at following orders than giving them, so...

CALLEN: Good point.

HINTY: Hey! I'm in charge here.

[They stop and look at him]

HINTY: You got five minutes.

SAM: Okay. Be right out.

CALLEN: Let's be quick before he changes his mind.

[Ambrose appears in their back]

AMBROSE: Don't even think about it.

[Hinty sighs - Ambrose shows (again) his ID]

AMBROSE: You two just crossed the line.

CALLEN: We were invited to cross. It's called cooperation, Ambrose.

AMBROSE: Then cooperate by filing the proper paperwork. You want the form number?

SAM: No, we're good.

[They start leaving the place]

CALLEN: That's nice.

[Ambrose nods]

 

[Kensi and Deeks open the door of the diner where Knowles got arrested]

BARMAN: Menus are at the counter. The soup of the day is, uh, corn chowder. You can sit wherever you'd like, okay? Sorry, it's been a little nuts here today.

KENSI: No, it's fine. We're actually here about the man the FBI arrested this morning.

BARMAN: Oh. You guys are a little bit late. Wackos already cleared the place out. The only memorabilia I got left is the pepper shaker he used, but I can give that to you for a great price.

SAM: Sorry. How's that?

BARMAN: No judgment. Just, go ahead. Check and see what it's going for online.

KENSI: Yeah. That's not going to happen. We're federal agents.

[They show their IDs]

BARMAN: Is that a real...?

DEEKS: Was Gavin Knowles a regular here?

BARMAN: Yeah. Yeah, uh, he'd come by all the time. Always wanted to sit in Mia's section.

DEEKS: Mia?

[Barman sighs and looks around]

BARMAN: Um...

[He spots Mia carrying plates and points at her]

BARMAN: Goth chick, doesn't share tips.

KENSI: Okay. Thanks.

 

[Mia is pouring coffee]

KENSI: Mia? We'd like to ask you some questions about Gavin Knowles.

MIA: You guys FBI?

DEEKS: NCIS-- FBI's hipper younger brother.

MIA: Gavin's innocent, you know.

KENSI: Did he say anything about what happened to his truck this morning?

MIA: He was freaked out. That bomb really brought it back.

DEEKS: The IED that took out his squad in Afghanistan?

MIA: Gavin came back a little broken, but he's getting help. And even at his worst, he would never terrorize innocent people with what he went through over there.

KENSI: Well, how long have you known for?

MIA: We've been dating about six months.

DEEKS: I'd say you kind of buried the lead there.

MIA: I didn't want our relationship to cloud the issue.

DEEKS: Ah.

MIA: Gavin's innocent. There's no way that was his bomb.

DEEKS: But you're still at work?

MIA: Who could afford not to be?

[Deeks agrees]

KENSI: Has he been upset, or acting strangely lately?

MIA: No. Nothing out of the ordinary for a combat veteran who saw all of his friends die in an IED explosion.

KENSI: Okay.

DEEKS: Thank you.

[He steps further]

KENSI: Can I give you my number in case you think of anything else?

MIA: Yeah. If you hear anything about Gavin, will you let me know?

KENSI: Sure. Give me your number.

MIA: Okay.

[Deeks looks closely at the cakes. The barman speaks low]

BARMAN: You know, he was using Mia's phone.

DEEKS: What?

BARMAN: The bomber dude. Came in here looking kind of rattled; used Mia's phone to make some calls.

[Mia’s section]

MIA: If I think of anything, I'll call you.

KENSI: Thank you.

MIA: No problem.

 

[They leave the diner; Deeks is on phone]

DEEKS:  Hey, Eric, I need you to look up a cell phone number and trace every call made between the time the bomb went off and when Gavin was arrested. The name is..[He looks at Kensi’s phone] Mia Jameson. The number is 555-0127.

ERIC: [Over phone] Okay, got it.

 

[OPS center. Eric and Nell are at the computers; G, Sam and Nell join them]

ERIC: [on mic] There were just two calls, both to an auto garage.

CALLEN: What do we got?

ERIC: I'm putting you on speaker.

DEEKS: [Over speaker] Gavin used his girlfriend's cell phone

[Outside the diner]

DEEKS: to call a garage this morning... twice.

[OPS center.]

NATE: Gavin's profile suggests he's not the loner type.

SAM: Well, maybe he wasn't working alone.

CALLEN: Deeks, you and Kensi go check it out. We'll update Hetty.

[Outside the diner]

DEEKS: Okay. We're on it. Let's go.

[OPS center. Sam and G are going out]

ERIC: You know, I'm feeling a little, uh, antsy this morning, so I'm gonna go work it on out at the gym.

[He stands up and stats leaving]

NELL: Mm-hmm. In those?

ERIC: Uh, yeah, I always work out in these. They build...arch support.

NELL: Oh. [quiet laugh] Okay…

ERIC: So...

[He’s gone]

 

[Nate sits down with Nell. He clears his throat]

NELL: So, you're back.

NATE: Yeah, I'm back.

NELL: Hmm.

NATE: For a little while.

NELL: That's cool, man.

[…]

NELL: Why are you looking at me like that?

NATE: I'm pretty sure you were flirting with me this morning.

NELL: What?!

NATE: Yeah.

[Nell laughs]

NELL: No. That's my signature welcome-back-buddy-hug thing. That's... standard issue. Now why are you looking at me like that?

NATE: 'Cause you're definitely NOT flirting with me now. Now that, uh...we're alone.

[Nell laughs]

NELL: You think the hug thing had something to do with...Eric? Oh, that's... that's good.

[She laughs]

NELL: Oh, yeah. No, that's hilarious, actually.

NATE: Nell, I get paid to read people for a living, but, uh...a 12-year-old could figure out what you're doing.

NELL: Ooookay.

[She stands up]

NELL: You know what? You've been gone a little too long, my friend, I'll say that. I mean, Eric? Really, we're talking about Eric. Okay, Eric? Going to stop saying Eric now.

[She goes away]

NATE: You can run, but I'm already in your head, Little Nell.

[She’s gone; he’s alone]

NATE: Still got it.

 

[Kensi and Deeks are in her car near the garage Knowles called with Mia’s phone]

DEEKS: I keep forgetting the name of the club that you and Nell were at last night.

KENSI: It was the, um...Oh, you almost got me with that one.

DEEKS: Just saying, we're partners, you know? I should know what my partner is up to at all time for...for safety's sake.

KENSI: For safety?

DEEKS: That's right.

KENSI: Okay, where were you last night?

DEEKS: Shh. Do you hear that?

[Kensi scoffs]

KENSI: Yeah. It's the sound of you changing the subject.

DEEKS: No, no, no, it's a bike.

[motorcycle rev – several bikes are coming]

DEEKS: Make that plural. Bikes-zzz. And here we go.

[They hide in the car while the car turn right to the garage parking lot -engines rev, Kensi takes pics while Deeks puts his phone on speaker]

DEEKS: Kensi and I are at the garage. They got something going down.

HETTY: My thoughts exactly, Mr. Deeks.

[OPS center. Hetty paces up and down; G, Sam, Eric, Nate and Nate looks at her]

HETTY: We've had an anonymous tip. A terrorist group claimed it was responsible for this morning's car bomb, and not Gavin Knowles. And they warned that there are more bombs on the way.

[In the car]

HETTY: [over speaker] We're tracking the source of the tip right now.

KENSI: Can we keep it quiet?

[OPS center.]

HETTY: Unfortunately, no. It seems the news outlets got wind of it. Mr. Beale?

[News channel ZNN on screen]

TAY: [Over video] A radical terrorist group has threatened to attack the city of Los Angeles by day's end...

SAM: Does that mean Gavin's innocent?

NATE: I don't know, but get ready for a lot of really nervous people.

CALLEN: Which is exactly the point.

SAM: First the FBI, now the media.

CALLEN: Playing right into the terrorists' hands…

 

                                -------------------- ZAPPING -------------------

 

[Federal building. Ambrose is signing a form; he sighs when he sees G, Sam and Nate coming in]

AMBROSE: You guys just don't quit. Nate, I expected more from you. I personally recruited you to the joint task force, but it appears you've gone over to the dark side.

NATE: There really aren't supposed to be sides.

SAM: Our directors asked us to work together.

AMBROSE: Well, unfortunately, the FBI has already closed the book on this one.

SAM: Even though there could still be more bombs out there?

CALLEN: Look, if the case is closed, what is the fear in letting us speak to Knowles?

AMBROSE: Fine. But Nate is the one to interview Knowles as part of the joint task force.

SAM: Now, was that so hard?

[Nate follows Ambrose and Hinty towards the interrogation room; Sam and G wait in a corner of the hallway]

 

[Ambrose stops at the door]

AMBROSE: That mirror works two ways, you know. So any information you get from him helps me, too.

[G is watching his phone]

AMBROSE: [Over phone] Understand what I'm saying?

CALLEN: All right, Nate. Signal's strong.

[Nate has a camera button, so he has footage on the phone too]

[Interrogation room.]

NATE: I'll make sure to let them know.

[He enters. Knowles is sit at the table]

NATE: Hello, Gavin. I'm Nate Getz. I'm a psychologist.

KNOWLES: Was wondering when they'd make me talk to one of you.

NATE: Talked to psychologists before? Afghanistan, maybe? After the explosion? Is that why you were medically discharged?

[Hallway corner]

SAM: Remind him it was an honorable discharge. No shame there.

[Interrogation room.]

NATE:  You were honorably discharged. If it makes...

KNOWLES: I had nothing to do with that bomb.

NATE: Then how did it get in the back of your truck?

KNOWLES: I don't know. Someone must have planted it.

NATE: Who would do that to you?

KNOWLES: How am I supposed to know?!

NATE: You don't know who'd put a bomb in the back of your truck?

KNOWLES: I told you, I don't know.

NATE: Gavin, I'm here to help you...but you have to want me to help you. And that starts by you telling the truth.

KNOWLES: Don't start with the psychobabble. They had a mark on my head, and now they've got me right where they want me.

NATE: Okay. Who might that be?

KNOWLES: Isn't it obvious? The FBI.

[Corner]

NATE: [over phone] What does the FBI have to do with this?

[Interrogation room.]

KNOWLES: Where can I start?

[The door opens]

AMBROSE: Okay, we're done here.

NATE: Well, no-- I just started interviewing him.

AMBROSE: The suspect is clearly paranoid. This won't be a productive conversation for anyone. Come on.

NATE: You can't just...

AMBROSE: You can try again later.

NATE: Gavin... Gavin...Wait!

[Ambrose and Hinty take Knowles- Nate follows them in the hallway. He joins the agents]

SAM: What do you think?

NATE: His anger's a coping mechanism.

CALLEN: So Gavin is some shell-shocked vet who's turned against his own country?

NATE: It's not totally out of the question, but I think there's something else going on here.

SAM: He left the Marines to escape the nightmare of IEDs. Doesn't make sense for him to start building them on his own.

CALLEN: Well, unless it's his way of confronting his fears, like some sort of a... aversion therapy.

NATE: Only one thing's for sure. Ambrose got spooked.

[Sam looks up to the ceiling]

SAM: Ambrose…

 

[OPS center.]

KENSI: What have we got, guys?

ERIC: Nell and I finished analyzing the photos you took at the auto garage.

NELL: Most of these guys have been in and out of prison, but have gone radio silent lately.

KENSI: Maybe they've gone into planning mode for something big. Domestic terrorism?

DEEKS: LAPD deals with these guys all the time--assault, demolition, B & E. I wouldn't put it past them.

KENSI: In that case, what's your stance on chaps?

DEEKS: Never on a first date. Well, almost never!

 

[Bikes engines revving. Deeks and Kensi stop in the garage parking lot. They remove their helmets]

KENSI: You know how wolves can smell the tiniest drop of fear?

DEEKS: Yeah.

KENSI: And when they do, they attack without mercy?

DEEKS: Wolves' den?

KENSI: Wolves' den.

DEEKS: Relax. We're gonna be fine.

KENSI: Just saying. We could be walking into the middle of a terrorist cell.

DEEKS: Kensi, we are highly-trained operatives, all right? Equipped with the skill and experience to blend in to even the most dangerous of situations. They're not gonna give us a second look.

[Hard rock music is blaring; bikers are playing pool]

DEEKS: Fellas...

GUY: [Shouting] Cop! He's a cop!

DEEKS: Was it the chaps?

[Closer biker tries to punch him]

MAN: Get him!

[Deeks hits him in the face]

KENSI: Federal agents! Don't move!

[She pulls out her gun and shoots at the ceiling: the chain hanging the light breaks; it half-falls on the table. The fight stops; Deeks is panting]

DEEKS: Who's a wolf now?

[They hear a motorcycle revving outside]

KENSI: I got this. Go!

[Deeks runs; Kensi keeps her gun pointing at the guys]

KENSI: Sorry about the table.

 

 

[The bike is leaving the parking lot but Deeks dives: he tackles the driver, who groans; they roll on the ground. The cop flicks the helmet off the guy’s face. He sighs]

DEEKS: Harold. My main man Harold.

HAROLD: Maude, no!

DEEKS: Maude? Harold, you named your bike Maude? Get up.

[He cuffs him]

DEEKS: I always knew you had a sensitive side. Let's go.

 

[Boatshed. Interrogation room. Deeks, Kensi, Harold]

KENSI: So how is it that you two know each other?

DEEKS: What, Harold here? I arrested him a few years back for B-and-E. Ain't that right, Harold?

HAROLD: I'm a free man, Deeks. You can't keep me here.

DEEKS: Yeah, you're a free man on parole. And I know that you know that hanging out with known felons is a big parole no-no.

HAROLD: Come on, man. They're my friends. Friends don't let friends go back to jail. What do you know about Gavin Knowles?

HAROLD: Who?

DEEKS: You really prepared to abandon Maude in her time of need? Yeah, that's right. Spartacus over here named his bike Maude.

[Kensi represses a smile]

KENSI: All right, what were you guys up to in the bar?

HAROLD: Nothing. We were playing pool.

DEEKS: You know, my kid sister's actually, uh, in the market for a motorcycle. But she's a first-time rider, so I'm sure she's gonna lay it down a half dozen times or so...

HAROLD: Man...

DEEKS: Harold...

[Harold hesitates]

HAROLD: Word is...there's a terrorist group. Right here in L.A.

DEEKS: Really? That's the generic crap you're feeding us?

HAROLD: And it's the truth!

DEEKS: Did I mention my sister's farsighted?

HAROLD: Okay! Okay!

[He sighs]

HAROLD: Someone's been asking for...demolition advice.

KENSI: You mean a chemical bomb.

HAROLD: Chemical bomb?? Nuh-uh. Someone's been asking around about how to make a compact bomb. Size of a pack of cigarettes.

DEEKS: Who's asking?

[Observation room. Callen, Sam and Nate are watching the scene on screen]

HAROLD: [Over vid]  I don't know. I swear.

KENSI: [Over vid] Who was asking about a compact bomb?

NATE: Think he's telling the truth.

CALLEN: I agree. Gavin had a chemical bomb in his truck. What's he going to do with a compact bomb?

SAM: Pick a target, hide it, trigger it. Bomb like that is used to take out someone specific.

[Computer beeps, Eric appears on screen]

ERIC: Guys. Something you should see. This is coming to you live.

[Same FBI spokeswoman]

WOMAN: [over footage] The FBI believes this anonymous tip to be nothing more than a hoax. We've confirmed that Gavin Knowles acted alone and are not pursuing any additional suspects.

SAM: That's a dangerous bluff to call, especially if there's a terrorist group still out there.

CALLEN: Maybe they're trying to smoke them out.

NATE: That's the problem. Makes them act with more urgency.

CALLEN: I think it's time Kensi and Deeks had another chat with Mia. Find out what she knows about Gavin's friends.

SAM: And enemies.

 

[Kensi and Deeks are at Mia’s room door. There’s rap music playing somewhere in the building.]

KENSI: Mia?

[The door isn’t locked, they come in]

KENSI: Mia? No sign of distress.

DEEKS: Who leaves without locking their door in L.A.?

[They split and search the place]

DEEKS: No sign she left in a hurry.

KENSI: Hah! Guess what instrument she plays.

DEEKS: Uh, drums. No, electric guitar. No, no, no-- electric keyboard guitar, final answer. Ooh. Jumbo violin was going to be my next guess. Wow. Got a goth chick on the outside and a sexy nerd on the inside.

KENSI: Mm-hmm.

[Deeks looks at the score]

DEEKS: Make that a sexy nerd with skills. That's some serious string work keeping our waitress up at night.

KENSI: You can tell that from a sheet of music?

DEEKS: I grew up playing the violin.

[He takes a pic of the cello - camera clicks – and starts leaving]

KENSI: What?

DEEKS: Yeah. I'm only part Neanderthal.

 

[Sam and Callen are back at the office]

CALLEN: What now?

SAM: That Jag felt a little more balanced.

CALLEN: It's in your head.

SAM: Put more air in that front tire, didn't you?

CALLEN: Give it a rest.

[Sam chuckles]

SAM: What is it about this one?

CALLEN: We don't know who or what's out there. It doesn't help that Ambrose is keeping us in the dark.

SAM: Can't shake the feeling that he's hiding something from us.

ERIC: Hey...

[Eric is in the stairs]

ERIC: I was able to trace the anonymous tip to an address in Hollywood.

SAM: Where is it?

ERIC: It's a big abandoned building surrounded by empty parking lots. Address on your phones.

 

[Callen stops the Jag at the address. The gate is closed with a chain and a padlock; the building has many roofs]

CALLEN: What are you thinking?

SAM: Great place for an ambush.

[There’s a car – in good condition, unlike the warehouse. G takes the chain…and the car explodes. The agents protect their heads, but they’re far enough to stay safe…A car alarm wails in the street]

CALLEN: You okay?

SAM: Yeah. You? Must have been remote detonated.

CALLEN: No, I set it off when I checked the lock.

SAM: Guess Gavin isn't working alone.

CALLEN: Nate was right. The FBI got it wrong…

 

                                 -------------------- ZAPPING -------------------

 

[NCIS office. The agents watch footage of the explosion downstairs]

CALLEN: Only way to get ahead of this terrorist plot is to figure out the endgame.

SAM: The first chemical bomb went off after a car accident. It almost killed Gavin and the woman who rear-ended him.

KENSI: But the bomb was meant to detonate somewhere else.

CALLEN: Second chemical bomb triggered by a pressure sensor on the gate.

DEEKS: No one was hurt by that one either.

NATE: Maybe it's by design. Maybe they're trying to get our attention.

DEEKS: Could be an extortion scheme.

NATE: hmm

DEEKS: You know, "This is what we can do. Now you pay us or the next time, it's gonna be at the Staples Center during a Clippers game."

CALLEN: If there is a third, it may not be a car bomb like the first two. Someone's been asking our biker friends how to make small compact bombs, which are much easier to hide.

SAM: And take out a specific target.

NELL: So the car used in the second bombing was stolen after Gavin's arrest.

KENSI: Ooh, okay, that means Gavin wasn't acting alone. We assumed that he used Mia's phone to call the garage, but she could have made those calls herself.

DEEKS: Which, in retrospect, actually makes much more sense. We need to find this girl.

NELL: You don't know the half of it. It's gonna be hard. Her phone's turned off, and there's no record of Mia Jameson until six years ago.

SAM: She created a new identity.

CALLEN: Okay, so what happened six years ago?

DEEKS: I don't know, but I do know where to start.

[He puts the pic of the cello onto the screen]

DEEKS: 'Cause this is not the kind of cello you abandon just because you're going off the grid.

[He zooms: there’s a label on the case]

DEEKS: And my guess is she's still having it serviced at the same place.

CALLEN: All right. Stay in touch.

[Nate wants to follow the men but Nell grabs his arm]

NELL: Hey, so, um, how is it, um, how is it being back?

NATE: Oh, actually it's-it's kind of hard. Like, I haven't seen anyone...

NELL: [Interrupting] That's great. Um, so what did you mean before when you said I was flirting with you only in front of Eric?

NATE: Oh. Oh, I just...

NELL: Because, trust me, there is nothing going on there between me and Eric. I mean, I think of him like my brother.

NATE: Yeah...

[Nell speaks to herself]

NELL: And I do not have feelings for my brother. You think I have feelings for my brother. Do I have feelings for my brother? Or do I only consciously think of Eric like my brother and I subconsciously think of him as something else? Is-is that what you're trying to say?

[She looks at him in the eyes]

NATE: This was a good talk…

NELL: Yeah…

NATE: I'm gonna go.

[She nods]

NATE: And... yeah.

[He walks away, she bites in a file, lost in her thoughts]

 

[A man is repairing a cello; Deeks shows him his phone]

DEEKS: So do you recognize this instrument?

MAN: Oh! I string and re-string this bambina for 15 years.

KENSI: Do you know its owner, Mia Jameson?

MAN: You mean Jessica, eh?

KENSI: Um, blonde hair, dark clothes, nose piercing?

MAN: Yeah. Nose, the nose thing she puts in. And I say, why? Why do you put this-this thing in your punim, eh?

DEEKS: Does Jessica still own the cello?

MAN: Of course! I service just last month.

DEEKS: Fantastic.

MAN: Come this way.

DEEKS: All right.

MAN: I-I don't trust computers, at all. Too many bugs, eh? I have all my receipts right here. Yes. Proof.

KENSI: Thank you.

[They read it]

DEEKS: Do you, do you have any older receipts that we can look at, by chance?

MAN: What is this about, huh?

KENSI: We think Jessica needs our help. We could use your help to find her.

MAN: Hmm. Mia or Jessica. Still a good kid.

[He hands a much older receipt]

DEEKS: That address is in Bel Air.

KENSI: Could be that's where she grew up. Thank you.

[They leave the man, Deeks has taken his phone; the line rings]

DEEKS: Callen, we got an address for you.

 

[Bel Air. Callen and Sam head to the door of a house- Sam rings the bell, there’s no answer]

SAM: Let's try the back.

[A girl is lying on a sun-bed by the pool, listening to music, closed eyes. Sam stops between her and the sun. She waves without opening the eyes]

GIRL: Uh, excuse me. A little to the left.

[G shows his ID]

CALLEN: NCIS.

[Girl understands there’s something going on]

CALLEN: NCIS! Do you live here?

GIRL: Uh, no. I'm just house-sitting for Mr. and Mrs. Evans until they return on Sunday. They're not coming home early, are they?

SAM: We need to speak to them.

GIRL: Well, good luck with that. It's their phone-free anniversary. They didn't even tell me where they were going.

CALLEN: Do you know their daughter Jessica?

GIRL: No. Do you? All the maid's told me is that she ran away in high school. I'm not supposed to ask about it. And they haven't touched her bedroom since. It's totally creepy, right?

SAM: Mm.

CALLEN: We're gonna need to see that bedroom.

GIRL: Whatever…

 

[They enter the room – high school girl bedroom – books are open on the desk]

SAM: Check it out. Law books. For a high school student?

[Callen spots photos]

CALLEN: There's Jessica playing soccer. Jessica striking her Charlie's Angels pose. She was in the youth orchestra.

[He takes a pic of the orchestra]

SAM: Here's Jessica and her boyfriend, looks like. He could've been the reason she ran away. Maybe why mom and dad don't want any questions asked.

[Jessica and the boy are smiling at the camera]

 

[OPS center. Same photo is on the large screen- with the orchestra pic]

ERIC: This is Rafi Janatpour.

NELL: He and Mia were both part of the Mulholland Youth Orchestra. Mia played cello, Rafi first violin. And...

ERIC: The FBI arrested him as a suspected terrorist...six years ago.

CALLEN: Where's Rafi now?

ERIC: Deceased. While he was awaiting trial his fellow inmates murdered him in the name of patriotism. He was Muslim.

NELL: And we haven't even got to the juicy part yet. The FBI agent who cut his teeth on Rafi's case...

SAM: Ambrose.

CALLEN: The plot thickens.

KENSI: Eric, zoom in on this picture?

ERIC: FBI identified this guy as Zachary Cole.

KENSI: Deeks.

DEEKS: That's the busboy from the diner where Mia works, only he said his name was Adam Malnick.

ERIC: Searching for him now. Okay, it looks like Zachary Cole became Adam Malnick six years ago.

NATE: He changed his identity the same time Mia did.

SAM: So they were working together all this time and Rafi was the common denominator.

CALLEN: Mia and Adam think that the FBI arrested an innocent man when they put Rafi behind bars.

KENSI: An innocent man who's now dead. This was never about terrorism.

CALLEN: These two are out for revenge.

 

                                  -------------------- ZAPPING -------------------

 

[Deeks and Kensi are about entering the diner]

DEEKS: I doubt Adam's gonna try to sell us any memorabilia this time.

KENSI: I know. We should've taken it when we had the chance.

DEEKS: You mean before we realized he was a revenge-seeking psychopath? Yeah, that was our window.

[Adam comes from the back – he spots the agents, steps back, drops the rack he’s carrying (plates and glasses crash on the ground) –he runs away, goes out at the back and falls into Sam’s arms! He tries to free him, grunts, but can’t success. He’s cuffed]

SAM: Sounds like you dropped something.

CALLEN: Hope you don't have to pay for what you break.

MALNICK: Well done, Agents, very well done. I'd give you a slow clap, but my hands are tied.

CALLEN: You find this amusing?

MALNICK: Yeah, a little bit.

 

[They pull back Adam into the diner]

SAM: Step up. You enjoy terrorizing people? Making them scared to step outside in the morning?

MALNICK: You're giving me too much credit, man. I just built the bombs, all right? It was the FBI and the media that went through all the trouble of telling everybody about him.

KENSI: Where's Mia?

MALNICK: She's exactly where she's supposed to be.

[Sam grabs Adam’s neck]

SAM: Where-is-Mia?!

MALNICK: I don't know. But Agent Ambrose might.

DEEKS: Why would Ambrose know?

CALLEN: 'Cause he's Mia's target.

[He pulls out his phone.

[The line rings.]

AMBROSE: [over phone] This is FBI Agent Jonas Ambrose. I can't come to the phone right now, but leave a message, I'll call you back.

CALLEN: Straight to voicemail.

[He dials a new number, line rings again]

ERIC: [over phone] Yeah.

CALLEN: Eric. Mia must have baited Ambrose into meeting her. He's not answering his phone.

[OPS center.]

ERIC: I'm using Ambrose's cell phone to track him now. He's got an encrypted FBI phone. It's gonna take me a minute.

CALLEN: [over phone] If we find Ambrose, we find Mia.

NATE: If we find Mia we find the third bomb.

NELL: Okay...

[She works on the photos on the large screen]

NELL: here's Jessica and Rafi, but I don't see Adam in the orchestra picture.

CALLEN: [over phone] Maybe he wasn't in the orchestra. Maybe they all went to high school together.

NELL: But his phone has the orchestra sticker on it.

CALLEN: [Over phone] Well, maybe it wasn't his phone.

NELL: So the FBI arrested Rafi because they linked his cell phone to conversations about chemical bombs.

[The team is leaving the diner with Adam]

CALLEN: Somebody else could've made the call using Rafi's phone.

SAM: Like this punk. Could've framed Rafi to take the blame. He could be doing the same thing to Mia now.

CALLEN: This time she's the innocent victim.

[Deeks pushes Adam’s back against Kensi’s car]

DEEKS: You're the one that used Mia's phone to call the garage this morning, aren't you?

NELL: [Over speaker] Guys, Jessica Evans, aka Mia,

[OPS center.]

NELL: filed petition after petition with the courts until Rafi was killed.

[Outside the diner]

CALLEN: Mia's law books. She tried to prove Rafi's innocence.

DEEKS: And this guy?

CALLEN: He pretended he was crushed by Rafi's unjust murder.

SAM: Then he recruits Mia to help him prove a point to the FBI. They go underground, trick the FBI into arresting an easy mark like Gavin...then detonate another bomb to prove the FBI wrong.

CALLEN: Tell us when we're getting warm.

[OPS center.]

NATE: Guys, Mia would want the FBI to admit its mistake, if it didn't hurt anyone.

[Outside the dinner]

DEEKS: Except for the fact you took too much pleasure in tricking the FBI the first time.

SAM: You want to do it again, huh?

CALLEN: Even if it meant sacrificing Mia. Where'd you plant the other bomb?!

[Adam hesitates]

MALNICK: Well, that would take all the...fun out of it.

[OPS center. Computer beeps]

ERIC: Found him. At least his phone. Ambrose is headed to Verdugo Park.

[Outside the diner]

CALLEN: We're on our way.

[Kensi pushes Adam]

KENSI: Get in the car.

 

[OPS center. Eric is watching footage from Ambrose in the Park]

ERIC: Ambrose is headed to the baseball field.

NATE: Does he have anyone with him?

ERIC: That'd be a negative.

NELL: Because he thinks Mia's just there to talk.

ERIC: Mia probably is there to talk. She doesn't know Adam's planted a bomb on her.

NELL: So where would he have put it?

NATE: Mia would want the FBI to admit its mistake. That Rafi was innocent. And she'd want that on record…Tape recorder.

 

[The Jag and Kensi’s car stop in the parking lot. G’s phone rings]

CALLEN: We're at the park. Which way, Eric?

[OPS center.]

ERIC: Baseball field. Straight ahead.

NATE: Guys, look for a tape recorder. I think that's where the bomb could be.

[They head quickly to the baseball field. Mia is facing Ambrose. Deeks cuffs Adam at the gate]

KENSI: She's got something behind her back.

AMBROSE: Callen, what the hell?

SAM: Ambrose, she's got a bomb. Mia, do not turn on that recorder.

KENSI: Listen to us, Mia.

MIA: I already have.

CALLEN: Mia, do not move. Do not take your finger off that button.

SAM: It's gonna be okay, Mia. I'm gonna take it off you. Do not let it go until I've got it.

[Carefully he puts his finger on the button]

SAM: Okay.

CALLEN: Run, Mia! Run!

KENSI: Go.

[She obeys]

CALLEN: You got a plan?

SAM: Nope.

CALLEN: You gonna throw it?

SAM: Nope.

AMBROSE: Do we all need to be here?

DEEKS: Nope.

AMBROSE: I'll, uh, take care of Mia.

[He runs…]

SAM: I need something to hold the button.

KENSI: A bobby pin--I got it, I got it.

[She takes it out of her hair, hands it to Callen who bends it like at the size of the recorder – he surrounds it near Sam’s finger]

DEEKS: You guys know what you're doing?

SAM: Got no idea.

[Callen works slowly, cautiously]

CALLEN: Okay.

[Sam removes his finger: the recorder is still on]

SAM: Back away.

CALLEN: Back away.

SAM: Go, go, go, go.

CALLEN: Back away.

[Sam puts carefully the recorder on the ground]

KENSI: Come on, Sam. Sam, come on. Sam, let's go!

[Sam and the others start running as fast as possible away of the bomb. There’re out of reach when it explodes. Mia joins them]

MIA: I swear, I swear I didn't know it was a bomb. Adam just gave it to me. I just wanted the FBI to admit that Rafi was innocent.

SAM: Mia, Mia. We know. Ambrose, here, is gonna admit it on record.

CALLEN: And then he's gonna release Gavin.

SAM: We're gonna put that guy [Adam] in jail for as long as we can.

MIA: All this time I believed him. And he was the one responsible for Rafi's death. I don't care if I go to jail, I'll do whatever it takes to make sure Adam pays for what he did.

 

[Federal building. Ambrose is releasing Gavin]

AMBROSE: We good?

[He starts leaving them]

SAM: Uh...not so fast.

[He speaks to Gavin]

SAM: He apologize to you?

KNOWLES: To me? No.

AMBROSE: …On behalf of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, I apologize for...getting you into this mess.

SAM: I didn't hear any heart.

CALLEN: He's the tin man in a suit.

KNOWLES: What's gonna happen to Mia?

AMBROSE: We're questioning her, but given her history, it's unlikely that we'll press any charges.

NATE: One more thing...

[He hands a card]

KNOWLES: Thanks, I don't need a shrink, man.

NATE: Well, maybe a friend.

 

[NCIS office. Hetty is still at work]

HETTY: Kudos, Mr. Callen. Assistant Director Granger sends you a gold star.

CALLEN: Ah, well, send it to Mia. She devoted her life to clearing Rafi's name.

HETTY: She devoted her whole life to the truth. She's a kindred spirit.

[Eric and Nell are hurtling down the stairs]

ERIC: Headed home?

NELL: Yep. No plans tonight. Or any other night. For the foreseeable future.

ERIC: Okay.

NELL: Unless of course the monster truck rally comes back into town. Uh, Kensi and I went last night. It was pretty awesome.

[Eric stares at her, speechless. She smiles at Hetty and Callen- taken aback. Eric regains control]

ERIC: Good night. I'll see you tomorrow.

NELL: Night.

[Hetty waves slightly. Eric and Nell leaves the bullpen]

CALLEN: Monster truck rally?!

[He scoffs]

HETTY: Hmm.

[She smiles for goodbye; he walks away. She sighs, the screen becomes dark]

HETTY: I'm surprised I didn't bump into them!

 

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Bonsoir à tous ! Nouveau calendrier et nouveau sondage sur le quartier Dollhouse !

Supersympa, Hier à 22:06

Et n'oubliez pas qu'Echo a toujours besoin de votre aide pour l'animation "A la recherche de Paul" !

Supersympa, Hier à 22:07

Bonne soirée à tous !

Viens chatter !

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