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On NCIS Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 4, we finally learned who has been targeting the team's matriarch, the diminutive but resourceful and resilient Hetty.

Titled "The 3rd Choir," NCIS Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 4 continued the pursuit of the persons or persons bent on taking down the team's captain.

At last, we learned that it is none other than Mattias Draeger (Jurgen Prochnow) who has marked her for elimination and caused so much destruction.

The team members frantically searched for Mattias all over greater L.A. to find him, end his mission and bring an end to the mayhem once and for all.

Hetty, as she always seems to do, got the last laugh.

Proving once again that she's never to be underestimated, she actually jumped into a dumpster in order to avoid capture, and that's not even all:

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Having previously funneled government money to a terrorist to rescue one of her own, Hetty Lange made a bold move and would probably do so again.

But there are consequences.

The events of NCIS: Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 3 continued to show us fallout caused by Hetty, whose chickens are coming home to roost in a big way.

She's stuck in D.C. getting grilled on this. The DOJ wants to prove fault in actions. The department has sent in someone to question her team, as well.

Chief Investigator Ava Wallace wants the dirt and she wants it now, but more alarmingly, someone broke into one of Hetty's homes. Yes, she's got a bunch.

She moves around so as to leave no trace, but one of the addresses found its way onto the black market, spurring the NCIS team into action immediately.

Perhaps the plot to target her is both sinister and bicoastal, however. Hetty collapses in her meeting with the DOJ, leaving her health in peril ... or is it?

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Last night on NCIS Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 2, the team learned that one of its own is compromised in the investigation of a Navy contract's murder.

At the same time, Hetty's past continued to haunt her as she was placed under investigation in D.C., and the DOJ came out to L.A. to investigate the team.

Hetty's interrogation at a Congressional hearing definitely made for the some of the most intense moments of NCIS: Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 2.

Her decision to send Kensi to Afghanistan may end up being one she regrets, or not, because it's Hetty. Either way, she's not easy to get info out of.

To prevent exposing the truth, she will use any means necessary. There's clearly a lot more to this than just the one decision over Kensi, however.

Hetty was asked about Branston Cole, whom she admitted to harboring in his time of need prior to his death. And then there was the L.A. wrinkle.

The team is on its own without her during this. Clandestinely, she called in Granger and tried to get this investigation stalled however she could.

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Let's be honest: There was never any real fear that Sam and Callen would die on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 1.

But there was a submarine that was turned into a bomb by terrorists, which placed our heroes in at least a unique life-threatening situation.

The premiere also excelled in having Sam and Callen react to their circumstance with the appropriate dread, sure. But also with a few doses of humor. It's almost as if the writers were saying:

We all know these two are coming out alive. But allow us to entertain you with how that actually happens!

And entertain us the episode did.

Sam and Callen's training/experience enabled them to recognize the extent of danger they were in, while still remaining calm. The terrorists were on a suicide mission to explode an aircraft carrier in San Diego... so, in response, Sam and Callen (Sallen?) announced their own suicide mission to prevent the attack.

The question therefore arose: Who's will would win out in the end?

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Happy Memorial Day, THGers.

In honor of this special holiday, we previously posted a gallery of 19 Celebrities Who Served in the Military - and we salute those real-life men and women.

But television sometimes salutes members of the armed forces in its own way, as a number of characters across the TV dial are former Navy SEALS, army snipers and/or ex-helicopter pilots.

A few are also vampires. 

From True Blood to The Vampire Diaries, NCIS to The Simpsons, we honor these fictional fighters in the following slideshow. Thank you for your pretend service, people... 

Damon Salvatore (The Vampire Diaries)
Damon Salvatore sure knows how to wear a uniform, doesn't he? The character served his country in multiple wars. We thank him for his service.

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CBS has unveiled a new fall schedule that makes room for NFL games on Thursday nights, temporarily shifting The Big Bang Theory to Mondays as a result.

CSI is also on the move to Sundays, while NCIS: Los Angeles will now air earlier in the week and Two and a Half Men will enter its final season, which will be based on a major "event" of some kind.

Scroll down for a look at what's new (in CAPS) and what remains the same...

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8 pm The Big Bang Theory
8:30 Mom
10 pm NCIS: Los Angeles
8 pm NCIS
10 pm Person of Interest
8 pm Survivor
9 pm Criminal Minds
8 pm Thursday Night Football
(NOTE: The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, Two and a Half Men, The McCarthys and Elementary will all return to Thursdays on October 30.)
8 pm The Amazing Race
9 pm Hawaii Five-0
10 pm Blue Bloods
7 pm 60 Minutes
10 pm CSI

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NCIS: Los Angeles delivered a high-powered Christmas episode last night, an installment filled with action and nerve-wracking scenarios ... par for the course.

Hey, holidays don't mean these hardcore agents have to contend with less danger.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 5 Episode 12 involved a discovery of why a politician's kids was abducted and some attackers who were quite adversarial.

Even by NCIS: LA standards. Flare-and-gas-tank-based bombs didn't deter them.

There were some lighter moments, fortunately, including a very sweet gift from Hetty to Kensi and Deeks that will make any fan of the series smile ear-to-ear.

What else went down? Watch NCIS: Los Angeles online now to find out:

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NCIS: Los Angeles Season 5 Episode 11 focused on the hunt for a Romanian war criminal, Anton Zevlos, who had been using a false identity and hiding for decades.

In L.A., as it turned out, right under their noses.

The investigation saw Callen disobey orders because Zevlos trafficked in kids, which hit home for G, who could have been one of them under different circumstances.

Also in NCIS: Los Angeles Season 5 Episode 11, Nell got back into the field and an all-time con played out that you have to see to appreciate. Speaking of which ...

Click to watch the episode in full below!

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Last night on NCIS: Los Angeles, the morning after awkwardness ensued for Kensi and Deeks, who had a hard time knowing how to act after ... you know.

When Kensi showed up to work in the same shirt as she wore the day before, that lone would've been a giveaway, but things only got weirder from there.

Meanwhile, NCIS: Los Angeles Season 5 Episode 10 focused on a man decapitated during the theft of a thumb drive holding a plan to disarm Pakistan.

Initially, it was blamed on Indian Gurkas, but in reality, it was the Pakistani ISI who stole it. How did the LA team respond? And how did it play out with Densi?

Watch the episode from start to finish below to find out!

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