NCIS: Los Angeles Recap: Rage

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
NCIS: Los Angeles Recap: Rage

“NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 6 Episode 20 “Rage” aired last Monday, April 13, 2015 at 10:00 PM on CBS. In this episode, NCIS Special Agent G Callen (Chris O’ Donnell) went back undercover in an Aryan White Supremacist Group which was suspected of stealing nuclear material in order to build a bomb. Along the way, he encountered a young supremacist who reminded G of himself when he was younger, when the current Operations Manager, Henrietta “Hetty” Lange (Linda Hunt), had saved him. Read on to learn more about this episode.

The episode began with NCIS Special Agent G Callen (Chris O’ Donnell), who was back undercover in prison, getting transferred back into General Population, where he was welcomed back by Jimmy Ray Eastman (Rodney Eastman), and Charlie (Sean Harmon), who were members of the Aryan Supreme Alliance (ASA) under Dallas Alder (Patrick Kilpatrick). After discovering that Charlie didn’t know his parents, G became sympathetic towards the young man, as he had also been an orphan.


At the boatshed, FBI Special Agent Lisa Rand (Alicia Coppola) and Assistant Director Owen Granger (Miguel Ferrer) informed NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), Los Angeles Police Detective Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen), and NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah), that Dallas Alder, the Supreme Commander of the Aryan Supreme Alliance, had recently robbed a naval hospital of some radioactive material in order to make a bomb, and had been released just right after G was transferred back to General Population.

Because of this, they decided to fake a transport accident so that G, Charlie and Jimmy Ray could escape, and reconnect with Dallas.

At their headquarters, they were told that they were going to pull a big bank robbery, as that was how they got their money. Kensi then went in undercover as G’s girlfriend, and stayed behind with Ginny (Rebecca Field), Dallas’ girlfriend who was pretty talented at art, while the men hit the bank.

The group was supposed to conduct a dry run so that they could hit the bank in a week’s time, but because the opportunity was there, they decided to rob the bank that very same day. Before they went in, G bumped into a maintenance worker, and dropped the load in his gun, which was labeled NCIS. This allowed the worker to contact the FBI and the police, who came ahead of the supposed response time.

Sam tried to negotiate with them, and allowed them to borrow the bank manager in order to open the vault, and got the manager and two hostages out safely. Dallas then told them to get them a bus to transport them to an airport so that they could escape to a country of their choice, which didn’t really add up. After two hours, they began to get suspicious, as they hadn’t heard anything from within the bank. After they entered, they discovered that Jimmy Ray had been knocked unconscious and had been cuffed to the vault door, and discovered that the hostages were safe. Deeks then discovered that Dallas and his men had escaped using a tunnel that they had dug that led out to an old sewer line.

Because of this, they brought in both Jimmy Ray and Ginny for questioning. They then discovered that Dallas had been using an abandoned factory as a hide-out, where he would get left over paper stock so that Ginny could draw at home.

While Sam and Rand went to rescue G, Deeks recovered the stolen nuclear material.

Meanwhile, G told Charlie that he was going to try to get him out of this life so that he could live a better life, as he had so much more to live for. However, Dallas, who had become suspicious of G told Charlie to dump the getaway car that they had used, and told his men to beat G up. G then woke up as they had poured gasoline all over him and the pile of cardboard boxes he had placed on. Dallas then began to smoke a cigarette, and told G that his story didn’t add up to what the news was reporting. G then confessed that he was a federal agent, as Sam was there, in the shadows.

Sam then threatened to shoot Dallas and told him to throw away the cigarette. However, they were interrupted by Charlie, who trained his gun on Sam. G then managed to convince him to put the gun down, but before he could do so, Rand shot him in the head, which caused him to bleed to death.


Afterwards, Sam tracked G down to where Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange (Linda Hunt) said that G would be at. G then told Sam that it was there that he had met Hetty for the first time, when he was a teenager. She had saved him from prison after he had run away from his last foster home, as she had brought him in as she had seen his potential, just like how he had seen the potential in Charlie.

And that was all for the recap on “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 6 Episode 20 “Rage”. For more news, updates and recaps on “NCIS: Los Angeles” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).

Catch “NCIS: Los Angeles” every Monday night at 10:00 PM on CBS.

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