The seventh episode of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 13 has the team lose their minds over a man terrorizing a city bus. With a bomb hanging from his body, he is threatening to explode the place up in case one of his demands is not met. Callen and Deeks run a thorough investigation that takes them to the assailant’s wife first. The highlights of episode 6 are enclosed within the recap. Now, here are the details of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 13 episode 7!
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Episode 7 Release Date
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 13 episode 7 is set to release on January 2, 2021, at 9 pm ET on CBS. New episodes with runtimes ranging from 42 to 44 minutes usually release weekly on Sundays.
Where to Stream NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Episode 7 Online?
You can watch ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 13 episode 7 on CBS at the date and time mentioned above. Following the television broadcast, you can catch the episode online on CBS’ official website and the streaming platform Paramount+. Additionally, you can watch the new episodes on live TV services like Fubo TV, DirecTV, Xfinity Stream, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. The show is also available for on-demand rental on Pluto TV, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime Video, Spectrum on Demand (seasons 11 and 13), and Vudu.
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Episode 7 Spoilers
Episode 7 of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 13 might be themed upon the holiday season, considering the date of its scheduled release. However, the NCIS is always operational, and the city is always bustling with crime. So we can expect to see the team tackle an exciting new case amidst the cheer of perhaps, Christmas. On the other hand, Callen’s search for Katya might continue and might even be stretched until the next couple of episodes.
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Episode 6 Recap
Episode 6 of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 13, titled ‘Sundown,’ starts with a gunman terrorizing a city bus after shooting a cop. He has a bomb planted on his body, and the hostages have only a few minutes left before the disaster strikes. Callen, in the meantime, examines the contents of Katya’s safe-deposit box. Kensi finds herself in an adoption orientation session. As the force investigates the case, they realize that the gunman is Gary DeMayo, who wants to clear out his late daughter Kara’s name from war crimes she has been accused of committing.
Kara is dead now, and DeMayo thinks that she was murdered. Callen and Deeks suspect DeMayo’s wife, Rachel. As the team runs through Kara’s personal belongings, they find the name Lawrence Kerr in her notes. She was at the same time in Afghanistan as Kara. Rachel is brought to the scene as she tries to distract DeMayo. The SWAT team moves closer to the bomb, which turns out to be viable. Kerr is just about to leave when Callen and Deeks question him. It turns out that Kara’s death was a suicide.
Sam proceeds to convey the truth to DeMayo. He lets down his guard and frees the hostages. As Roundtree tries to force the detonator away from him, he refuses to leave. Sam rushes to the bus with SWAT shields and shields Roundtree and DeMayo from the explosion that hits seconds later. Callen wrestles with a sniper who turns out to be Kerr’s missing boss. DeMayo finally gets arrested while Kilbride lifts all chares off Kara’s name.
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