'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 5 Spoilers: Kensi And Deeks, The Aftermath, Plus Speculation On The Show's 100th Episode
The show's executive producer Shane Brennan talk Kensi and Deeks: Now What? and the upcoming 100th episode.
Kensi and Deeks: it's the romantic pairing fans of NCIS: Los Angeles has been speculating about for years.
The two finally expressed their feelings with a kiss during the show's season 4 finale last month.
However, what is next on the horizon for these characters? For Deeks, it would be a torturous brush with Sidorov and a drill heading eerily towards his mouth.
The show's executive producer Shane Brennan has cautioned fans against speculating further about any development of the would-be relationship.
"It wasn't a candlelit dinner," Brennan told TV Guide columnist Adam Bryant June 11. "It was almost a challenge that he threw down to her. I think it surprised both of them."
Indeed, the kiss was followed up with a forthright Deeks declaring "How's that for communication?" after being long considered less than expressive.
However, Bryant suggested that the post-kiss torture experience may pepper the future of the Kensi-Deeks relationship.
"Deeks may feel differently about the kiss after his brush with death," Bryant finished his briefing on the show's upcoming season.
Brennan is also getting gearing up for a big NCIS: Los Angeles milestone -- the show will mark its 100th episode during the upcoming season and very early in it too. It will be the fourth of the new season).
Brennan is already prepared -- "I already know what the last episode is for next year!" Brennan told Matt Webb Mitovich at TVLine.com June 13-- but suggested that the 100th episode might take a different tack than the previous 99.
"[It] may play with the show's format a little," he said.
As for substantive news, Brennan also said that the episode will certainly "kick off an arc that runs right through the end of the season," one that would be a "watershed" for Deeks and Callen.
NCIS: Los Angeles will return to TV in fall 2013.
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"In a business where having a show remain on the air for two seasons is considered a success, what Days has achieved is extraordinary."
For the upcoming episodes of Days of Our Lives, there will be a huge change as recent news reveals someone is returning to Salem. Moreover, more drama happens to the families.
Such as the woman from Brady’s (Eric Martsolf) dreams will weigh heavily on his mind. There’s just something about her that Brady feels drawn to. Brady will have another chat with Fynn (Alexander Bruszt) to see if he can gather a few more clues about this mystery lady.
Who could that woman be? Well, we'll find out!