‘NCIS: Los Angeles’: JAG’s Mac Returns and a Navy SEAL is Accused of Murder

If you’re a big fan of JAG, you’ll be delighted to see NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11, Episode 22. This week, Sarah “Mac” Mackenzie returns to work with the Los Angeles team. Here’s everything Showbiz Cheat Sheet knows about NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11, Episode 22.

What’s happening during ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Season 11, Episode 22

Catherine Bell | Bill Inoshita/CBS via Getty Images
Catherine Bell | Bill Inoshita/CBS via Getty Images

During NCIS: Los Angeles, Season 11, Episode 22 (titled “Code of Conduct”), the helps Mac get to the bottom of an investigation. Two Navy SEALs accused their chief of killing an unarmed prisoner.

FBI Special Agent Devin Rountree (Caleb Castille) makes another guest star appearance. It’s possible he will decide this week if he wants to make the switch and join the NCIS Los Angeles office. There are hints he will make a big decision this episode, so we’ll have to wait and see if that decision has anything to do with his career path. Other guest stars include Don Wallace as Navy SEAL Senior Chief Frank Wallace, Juan Riedinger as Navy Chief Petty Officer Thomas Argento, and T.J. Linnard as Special Officer First Class Adam Barr.

Catherine Bell returns as Sarah ‘Mac’ Mackenzie

Catherine Bell returns to reprise her role as Sarah “Mac” Mackenzie. Bell played the role of Mac from 1996 until the show ended in 2005. After her time with JAG, Bell appeared in a TV movie titled Sci Fi Inside:The Triangle,’ in which she played the role of Emily Patterson. After starring in a few more TV movies, (Home for Christmas Day, A Summer to Remember) she landed a recurring role on The Good Witch as Cassie Nightingale in 2015.

LL Cool J’s thoughts on the ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Season 11 finale

LL Cool J, who plays Special Agent Sam Hanna, told Forbes the season 11 finale “gets crazy.” He also reflected on what it means to him to shoot 11 seasons of NCIS: Los Angeles. Here’s what LL Cool J had to say:

When you put a lot of work into something you become more of a family. It doesn’t really become about the amount of episodes, per se, but do you have the ability to stay engaged? To keep caring? To continue to find new things [and] discover new things about your character. Those are the things that I think about.

But in terms of the amount of episodes, every now and then you can take a step back and give yourself a pat on the back and say, “Wow, that’s a big accomplishment” because it’s in the top 20-something TV shows in history, in terms of longevity, so that’s pretty good. That’s pretty amazing, but we don’t even think about it that way. It’s more about just “this is what we’re doing today. Let’s bring this to life.”

What happened the week before on ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’

During NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11, Episode 21 (titled “Murder of Crows”), the team looks for a former NCIS tech’s partner. They begin looking for her partner after they suspect he might be working with the gun runners they didn’t take down years ago.

Guest stars in this episode include Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor, Adam George Key as LAPD Officer Harrison, Patricia De Leon as Ellie Martinez, and Anna Akana as Rhea Moretti.

NCIS: Los Angeles will air at a special time this week. You can catch the new episode on Sunday, April 26, at 10:00 p.m. Eastern.

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