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Crime Drama Mystery. Action Crime Drama. Hawaii Five-0 — CSI: NY — CSI: Miami — TV Series As a result, Granger was assigned to stay in Los Angeles on a temporary basis.
In the season three finale, he helped the team tackle the case of "The Chameleon", a serial killer responsible for the deaths of Agent Mike Renko and former Operations Manager Lauren Hunter.
Granger was heavily involved in the effort to apprehend Isaak Sidorov and the Cold War-era nuclear weapons he stole, proving a strong support to the team when he learns that the only agent to have been able to maintain a deep cover with him was Michelle, Sam Hanna's wife.
He was also appointed to head the "White Ghost" operation, during which he became Kensi's handler when she was reassigned to the Middle East to conduct an assassination.
Along with the rest of the team, Granger is also heavily aware of the growing romantic relationship between Kensi and Deeks. He is shown heavily discussing and debating their relationship in season five with Hetty.
Granger is unsure if Deeks and Kensi should continue working together as partners, with their feelings growing stronger for each other.
However, Granger eventually comes to support their relationship when Deeks and Kensi officially become a couple. In "Granger, O.
When she tells him, "That would be awkward, sir", he answers: "Too bad, 'cause it's an order. In the season 8 episode "Crazy Train" , Granger reveals that he is dying from a form of cancer which he admits could have been caused by any of his actions, including being exposed to Agent Orange from while he was in the Triangle prior to being extracted from Laos.
He later ends up stabbed in "Hot Water" while being escorted to a jail cell and is left in critical condition. In "Payback" , he was nearly the target of a hit by an agent of the CIA, although he managed to kill the assassin before she could inject a poison into his IV.
In that same episode, it is revealed that he once tried to kill future Rear Admiral A. Chegwidden when "[Chegwidden] was young and [Granger] was stupid".
Granger was written out of the series in the season 8 episode "Old Tricks". Hetty tells her colleagues that the process of his recovery will be longer than expected.
When she goes to the hospital to visit him, she discovers that his bed is empty. After asking his nurse of his whereabouts, she learns that Granger quietly fled the hospital and abandoned further treatment despite not being fully recovered.
Granger left a farewell note for Hetty. In Granger's written good-bye, he expresses his thanks to Hetty, explaining that he has had enough bullets and hospitals for one lifetime and has decided to put his last affairs in order, effectively parting ways with the team without subjecting them to his impending death from cancer.
His one wish is for her to break the news to the team gracefully; his note states that if she cannot immediately figure out how to do this, he trusts that she will eventually come up with a way to do so.
The episode ended with a tribute to Miguel Ferrer, who had died a few weeks before the episode premiered. Ferrer had exhibited noticeable hoarseness and pronounced difficulty speaking in the episodes filmed shortly before his death.
His deteriorating voice and failing heath were justified through his character's development of terminal cancer, which reflected Ferrer's own worsening cancer.
The character's abrupt departure was posthumous, and was designed around the actor's demise. Although Granger himself does not actually appear in "Battle Scars" , he is frequently mentioned throughout the episode.
Like in "Battle Scars", Granger, owing to his heavily implied death, does not physically appear in "Golden Days" , but he is alluded to several times.
At the end of the episode, Hetty, A. Chegwidden and their fellow Vietnam friends raise a glass to him in honour and memory. In "Liabilities", Granger is confirmed to have passed away.
After leaving the hospital in "Old Tricks", he went to the safe house his daughter resided in and spent his last week with her, trying to make up for his failure to be a father to her.
One morning, Jennifer found him dead under a tree overlooking a valley and buried him there. Later, Hetty reveals to the team that this is in fact an undercover mission to catch an arms dealer, Spencer Williams.
Later, Mosley confesses to Callen she was in a romantic relationship with Williams before she knew he was an arms dealer and they have a son, Derrick, whom Williams took to Mexico when he escaped and she had not seen him for 5 years.
The team then ambushes Williams at the airport, but he manages to escape in an airplane to Mexico. However, during the investigation, Deeks falls into conflict with her, so she fires him and sends him back to LAPD.
Before the team leaves for Mexico Hetty manages to stop the airplane and inserts Deeks with them. When they arrive in Mexico, the team finds out Mosley also sent Harley Hidoko there, but she disappears.
In "Ninguna Salida", Callen and Sam found a body burned beyond a recognition, but they do not know who it was.
Later, the team succeeds in entering Williams' house and rescue Derrick. Kensi and Deeks manage to bring Derrick to the location where Mosley is waiting for him in a chopper and the two of them leave.
Deeks and Kensi go back to get Sam and Callen, but they are then hit by a missile. While speaking with Williams, Shay kills three men who were with him.
After he was the only one alive, Mosley orders Williams to withdraw his people from the hospital where the team is, but he refuses so she shoots and kills him.
In the episode, "Asesinos", Mosley goes to take down the people who put a price on her head and later, with the help of the team when it became obvious that she went rogue, sets them up to meet with a rivalry clan and kill each other.
When Callen spoke with her after the action, one of the survivors attempts to kill her. Callen turns and kills him. When he looks back, Mosley has vanished.
She is a devout Muslim, as indicated by her decision to wear a hijab. Nazami first appears halfway through in season 10 in the two-parter "Smokescreen", where she helps the team pursue a terrorist cell responsible for bombing a movie theater in the first of a series of planned attacks on Los Angeles.
From then on, Namazi appears periodically, helping the OSP team with cases from either in the Ops Center or out in the field, until she is reassigned overseas to Afghanistan early the following season.
In "Alsiyadun", she is captured by insurgents following a mission gone wrong and nearly executed before the team rescues her. Following this, she transfers to the OSP, becoming its newest addition.
He lives in Washington, D. He first appeared in NCIS: Los Angeles as a recurring character in the episode " Ambush ", in which he assisted the team with information on a dangerous militia group.
He also appeared in the episode "The Bank Job". His next appearance was on the episode "Burned", when Hetty called for help as they had a shortage of agents since Callen went off the radar and the server was hacked.
He was shot as he, Sam, and Kensi ambushed an alleged terrorist, but it hit his bulletproof vest and he escaped with minor injuries.
It was assumed that Renko was still in an undercover assignment outside of the United States. In the season three finale, "Sans Voir", Renko, after being shot in the upper jaw by a sniper, suffered cardiac arrest after surgery, which resulted in his death.
Kensi later called Hetty on the telephone and told her what had happened. Seconds later, Hetty, who was seen crying, managed to pull herself together and later told the OSP team what had happened, leaving them, especially Kensi, personally devastated.
Tony DiNozzo. Tony is the Sr. He is the jokester of his team and its leader in special circumstances. The LA team help Tony find and recapture his prisoner before he returns to D.
She first appeared in season one, ep. She has also appeared in the season one episode "Breach", the season two episode "Overwatch", and the season four episodes "Skin Deep" and "Paper Soldiers".
Rose and Nate share a mutual attraction, which they've never acted upon. This has not been explored further as Peter Cambor is no longer a member of the regular cast.
An old "friend" and longtime ally of G. He immigrated to the United States in and became a citizen in ; he lives in Studio City.
It is believed that his new life in America came about because "he knows where the bodies are buried In "Kolcheck, A.
As of Season 9 , Arkady is the only recurring character to appear in every season. Sam was on a mission in Chad rescuing foreign aid workers, and killed Moe's father who was one of their kidnappers.
Although Sam maintains close contact with Moe, he has not adopted him, and Moe instead lives with foster parents. Introduced in the episode "Breach", Moe later joins an Islamic militant group after finding out that Sam was the one responsible for his father's death, resulting in young Moe becoming an orphan.
He is later seen in the episode "Found" as one of the Islamic militants holding Agent Vail hostage. In the episode "Lockup", after being sent to jail for his involvement in the Dominic Vail kidnapping case which ended with Vail dying, Moe is convinced by NCIS to infiltrate an Islamic gang in the prison in order to get close to a suspected terrorist leader.
Moe was tortured for information and executed by the terrorist leader at the end of that episode with Sam eventually discovering Moe's body.
His death left Sam deeply devastated and hellbent on seeking revenge but Hetty promised him that he would get the opportunity to do so some day.
In "Harm's Way", the concluding episode and months after Moe's death, Sam soon caught up with the terrorist responsible and successfully received clearance from Vance to get his own justice for Moe.
He did so by having a UAV launch a missile at the fleeing car with the terrorist leader. Senior Agent  Lauren Hunter portrayed by Claire Forlani is the new Operations Manager, assuming charge after Hetty resigns in the second-season episode "Imposters".
She was recommended for the position by Hetty herself, a claim corroborated by Director Vance. Prior to her introduction to the series, Hunter had spent two years undercover.
She adopted the identity of Ilena Vadim, a minor member of the Comescu family, a crime syndicate based in Romania. Ilena had left Romania and settled in Argentina, wanting nothing more to do with her family and prompting Hunter to play on the family's belief that their niece would one day come back to them.
While the Special Projects team is in Romania trying to find the Comescu family, they discover that Hunter has infiltrated their ranks, and believe her to be a traitor.
Hunter reveals her allegiance to the team when she shoots and kills Alexa Comescu, the head of the Comescu family.
Hunter's cover within the Comescu family is so deep that not even Hetty—who was in the room when Alexa was shot—knew where her loyalties lay.
She was on a deep undercover assignment in an undisclosed country, until the Chameleon who rigged her car with a bomb, killing her.
Her ghost was later seen talking to Hetty in the morgue, revealing that like Callen, Hetty had taken care of Hunter when she was seven while also stating that the first time she'd held onto Hetty's hand, Hunter hadn't been able to let go for three days.
Michelle Hanna portrayed by Indira G. She is a former CIA agent, and she has a history with Sidorov a known terrorist and arms dealer.
She remained dormant for a period of time after she and Sam got married and had their daughter Kamran, but she has recently gotten back into the game.
Sam is extremely protective of her, although she has been shown to be more than capable of protecting herself. She has even been thrown out of a high rise end of season four and saves herself while Kensi is fighting other opponents.
In the episode "Humbug" she surprised her husband by bringing their son Aiden home for Christmas.
Unfortunately, in the two-part finale to Season Eight, she is abducted by terrorists working for Tahir Khaled the warlord brother of Jada Khaled, a Sudanese woman Sam once employed as an intelligence asset and tragically dies of suffocation.
Joelle Taylor portrayed by Elizabeth Bogush was G. Callen's girlfriend in Introduced in "War Cries", they met on a blind date arranged by Sam and Michelle, who knew her from teaching their daughter in kindergarten.
She is mentioned sporadically until "Humbug". After a malware robbery Joelle's life was put in danger and Callen had to put his life in danger to save her and at the same time revealing his true identity of being an NCIS agent.
She was initially hurt by this revelation, pointing out that "humbug" refers to deception, then asking Callen to leave.
She later opens the door to possibly continuing their relationship if she can get to know who Callen really is. Callen also tells Deeks that Joelle is fine in "Fighting Shadows".
In "Cancel Christmas" Callen reveals that he and Joelle have broken up, but they are still going to spend Christmas together to avoid being lonely.
In "Payback", Joelle is revealed to be an undercover CIA agent assigned to spy on Callen, and that she is married with a child.
Despite having genuine feelings for Callen, their relationship is completely severed. She joined the Chicago Police Department , where she worked as a homicide detective, before leaving the force and going to work in the private sector, specializing in security, surveillance, kidnap and ransom, and working predominantly for Russian corporate interests.
Anna was kidnapped in Moscow in order to force her father's hand. Some months later, Anna returned the favor by joining up with the OSP in order to rescue her father, who was being held in a Russian prison along with a suspected CIA operative.
During the mission, she and Callen are implied to have become romantically involved. While in Los Angeles, her assignment was to kill other North Korean operatives in the area.
She was captured by the Office of Special Projects and held in various secured facilities. According to her, Jennifer grew up knowing that her mother worked for the government as an intelligence operative and her father was an American spy much to the dismay of Granger, who had always assumed that her mom never told her who he was.
She herself volunteered for "spy school" at the age of 12, where she was trained as an operative. She buried him under a tree where she was placed.
Chegwidden portrayed by John M. She is extremely loyal to EAD Mosley, but has developed friendships with the members of the Office of Special Projects, which has led her to sometimes bend the rules when the rest of the team does.
She is a widow; her husband was a fellow Marine who was killed in action. In the season 9 finale, upon learning the truth about Mosley's son, Hidoko travels to Mexico ahead of the team to gather intel to help rescue Derrick, but later goes missing.
During the episode, an unknown person is held hostage by the Mexican cartel and is killed, being burned alive; it was initially unknown if the captive was Hidoko, leaving it unclear if she was dead or alive.
At the end of the season 10 premiere, it is revealed via lab tests on the captive's remains that it was indeed Hidoko, confirming her status as dead.
In , he was promoted to Captain and originally planned to become the Force Judge Advocate in Europe until he became engaged to his long-time best friend and partner, Sarah MacKenzie.
Due to the past investigation, their relationship was volatile until the OSP's operational psychologist Nate Getz revealed to Gibbs that Macy had been protecting him for eighteen years by covering up the evidence.
Since Hernandez was responsible for the slaying of Gibbs' wife and daughter, Macy felt that his actions against Hernandez were justified, a move that would later end up costing Macy her own life years later.
In the episode "Ambush", Hetty remarks to Director Vance that the last she'd heard, as the result of a political " witch-hunt ", Macy was "working out of a quonset hut in Djibouti ".
While there, she also began working on a rape case involving a Petty Officer Second Class before Macy later returned to the United States.
It was later revealed that Macy had been brutally murdered and her body set alight with her killer being revealed as Jason Paul Dean, a mercenary and former U.
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If she decides — much like her character on the show — to return, it could work right into the current stories. As it stands, it could be argued that the character is both gone and not gone from the show.
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