New NCIS Los Angeles Season 13 Spoilers For October 17, 2021 Episode 2 Revealed

New NCIS Los Angeles Season 13 Spoilers For October 17, 2021 Episode 2 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. We hope you guys totally enjoyed what NCIS: Los Angeles season 13’s premiere episode 1 served up. Now that it has officially come and gone, we are back on here to give you some idea of what’s going down in the next, new episode 2 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 2, which is due out next Sunday night, October 17, 2021.

We were able to snag up an official teaser description for one of episode 2’s main storylines via CBS’ official episode 2 press release. So, we’re going to take a look at it right now. Let’s do it.

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To start, CBS’ press release let us know that this new episode 2 has officially been named/titled, “Fukushu.” Is sounds like this new episode 2 will feature some very intense, dramatic, emotional, possible action-filled and suspenseful scenes.

In the new episode 2, an elderly Japanese American veteran will be the main focus of this storyline that CBS chose to reveal. Apparently, this poor, old Japanese American veteran will become the target of a very vicious hate crime!

When the NCIS: Los Angeles crew hears about it, they’re going to totally take it personal because this Japanese American veteran is the father of one of the LAPD officers.

CBS’ official description for episode 2 reads like this, “NCIS takes the case personally when an LAPD officer’s father, a beloved elderly Japanese American veteran, is the victim of a vicious hate crime on NCIS: LOS ANGELES.”

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Episode 2 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Christopher Sean as character (LAPD RHD Detective Jack Tanaka), Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as character (Craig Tanaka), Sebastian Sozzi as character (LAPD Detective Matt Guerrero), Jose Yenque as character (Navy Captain Carlos Fuentes).

Guest stars continued: Obi Ndefo as character (Joyner), Dashiell Connery as character (Jason Quinn), Peter Holden as character (Benjamin Strauss), Michael Fitzgerald as character (Billy Strauss), Tyler Capri Clark as character (Molly) and Duncan Campbell as character (NCIS Special Agent Castor).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 2 are: Chris O’Donnell as character (Special Agent G. Callen), LL COOL J as character (Special Agent Sam Hanna), Linda Hunt as character (Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange), Daniela Ruah as character (Special Agent Kensi Blye).

Season regulars continued: Eric Christian Olsen as character (NCIS Investigator Marty Deeks), Medalion Rahimi as character (Special Agent Fatima Namazi), Caleb Castille as character (Special Agent Devin Rountree) and Gerald McRaney as character (Retired Admiral Hollace Kilbride).

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Episode 2 was written by Kyle Harimoto, and it was directed by Dennis Smith.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 2 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 13 is indeed scheduled to hit the airwaves next Sunday night, October 17, 2021 at approximately 8 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “NCIS: Los Angeles” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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