In Hollywood two men ambush a limousine and shoot the occupants to death; Hetty says that the target, Renner, was a Swiss antiques dealer and black marketeer; she persuades the LAPD to allow her to take over the investigation because of the nature of a little black book, which she believes is the object of the activity. While Hetty visits a man in an assisted-living place, G and Sam visit Renner's pad, which someone has tossed; Eric identifies a man, Lee, who appears in a number of photographs around Renner's house; G and Callen visit Lee's office and break up a meeting; Eric says that Lee's two visitors are German "agricultural attachés" (that is, spies); G and Sam question a retired operative, and Kensi and Deeks also search Renner's pad, where they meet two foreigners with alternate identities; Hetty visits the Hollywood Bowl, and the four musketeers rescue her. Hetty again calls on her elderly friend, whom she finds dead, executed by gunfire. [To be continued.]
Did You Know?
When leaving an agitated Bastion Cole at the nursing home, Cole refers to Hetty as "Gartenzwerg" - a garden gnome (referring to her small stature). See more
Two gunmen shoot Ranner at close range. He holds his briefcase in front of himself in a futile effort to defend himself. As he falls dead, however, it is clear that his shirt behind his bag is completely untouched. There are no bullet holes nor blood. See more
You know there is a bright side to this. If these guys are interrogating Sander Lee, it suggests they're still looking for something.
Special Agent Kensi Blye
He's right. Maybe they didn't find Sebastian Renner's little black book.
Then again, they are Germans. They could just be getting their kink on.
I'm half German.
Special Agent Sam Hanna
I can see that.
References The Magnificent Seven