NCIS: Los Angeles Review: Kensi’s Dancing Days

NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: Los Angeles has been waiting a long time to showcase Daniela Ruah’s dancing skills. Finally, a case comes along which gives her character Kensi the opportunity to use her extracurricular hobby at work. Read on if you want to know how stopping the leak of classified information led to Kensi slipping into her ballroom heels and taking a criminal for a spin around the dance floor.

NCIS usually doesn’t get called in on wild goose chases, but since this one is serious enough that someone gets killed, they make an exception. Victor Larmont is the disgruntled ex of a woman who designs nuclear tech submarines. He is desperate for money, so the legitimacy of his claims is questionable. However, someone is trying to kill him, so NCIS has to investigate. His ex Rebecca claims to know nothing. She’s happily moved on with a Cuban doctor named Alonzo Raul, who is well off enough to buy her a Porsche. The game of playing one ex over the other is tedious, but it must be done in case there is actually something there that compromises more than a marriage.

Kensi and Deeks go undercover at the club where Victor works, Deeks as a custodian, Kensi as a dancer. Years of dancing with her girlfriends have given Kensi skills! As if grinding all over Kensi wasn’t a good enough reason to dislike her dance partner Perez Bianco, the guy is a loan shark. The reason Victor was so hard up for money was because he was behind on payments to Victor for his divorce lawyer. Victor is just a puppy who got mixed up with the wrong owners. Luckily he’s able to find some inspiration by teaching Deeks how to dance to impress Kensi.

At the club, Kensi discovers a Swann Tranceiver Ham radio. Don’t be fooled by its simplicity. These radios are dangerous now because there is no digital record, and the codes are manual and hard to crack. This is like Christmas for Hetty, being able to teach old school spy work. Victor Larmont was right all along. His ex-wife was selling classified information from her job, it just wasn’t willingly. Her lovely fiancee was a defected Russian spy who used her bird drawings to hide the blueprints for the submarine, and partnered with Perez Bianco to communicate drops. Callen and Sam may have stopped Raul, but Kensi gets bonus points for disarming a man while dancing!

Check out Daniela Ruah’s dancing skills from her time on the Portugese version of Dancing With The Stars.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 8 Episode 20 Review: "From Havana With Love"


The latest NCIS: Los Angeles case gives Kensi an excuse to use her Latin ballroom dancing skills.

User Review
0 (0 votes)

Add Comment

American Horror Story BMF Cobra Kai Dexter Hawkeye Heels Money Heist Ozark Shark Tank Squid Game Stranger Things Succession Ted Lasso The Mandalorian
Brian Tyree Henry
5 Best Brian Tyree Henry Movies and TV Shows
Critics Don’t Love Melissa McCarthy’s New Show With Husband Ben Falcone
The 10 Best The Wire Episodes of All Time
Action Adventure Comedy Documentary Drama Fantasy Horror Movie Lists Mystery Romance Sci-Fi Thriller
Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul
Meet the Cast of Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul
Movie Review: The Water Man
Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul
10 Captivating Moments in Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul.
Comics Lists News Things You Didn't Know Whatever Happened To
There Is a Difference Between a Star and a Celebrity
Whatever Happened To Jonathan Taylor Thomas
Meet Vince Vaughn, The Legendary Actor
Ranking the Top 10 Jujutsu Kaisen Characters
Ranking the Top 10 Demon Slayer Characters
Revisiting Netflix’s Devilman Crybaby
Is It Time To Put An End To The Pokemon Anime?
Duke Nukem Is Finally Getting The Movie Treatment
Guy Uses Colonist IO to Propose to Girlfriend
Hogwarts Legacy Takes Us Right Into The Wizarding World
Fortnite turned Jokes into content
How Fortnite Turned Jokes Into Content