Okay I agree with GNRF that was totally unfair and totally compact. They were in LA the whole time, okay that we suspected, using Sudan to throw us off a bit. But why intro Dom get us to like him for a few eps to kill him off, for the emotional impact? That would be just mean if that is the case. Not to mention while the tension and snipping among the group was good to see their human and don't just do. at the same time it kind of ticked me off on several parts. G always agreeing with Sam, without hearing Nate out just for the sake of all the ducks in a row, he had a point but... Ugg. Okay see this is a pet peeve I have Sam says something its either done, or if someone says "what if" G jumps in as leader and automatically agree's with him barely considering anything else. I get their the stars of the show, but geez, Eric might have a good idea, Kensi might, even Nate. As to Sam about Nates thought, I get he didn't want to hear if "Dom isn't alive" but even Nate wanted to be optimistic that he would live, he is also basically their shrink for missions (and them) he has to consider what they can not voice, Sam was emotional, he was invested, but while G recognized he was out of control, he had several times a little trouble reigning him in. If Sam would have had his way, they wouldn't have found Dom because they would have been in another country. This was good that G, said no we do it this way. Then they shoot Dom, *gun shot, Fall to ground, die quicker then squashed bug* There was no emotional impact imo at all for the fans who have been hoping that he would be found. I would have loved to see them get the video, quickly do the other parts (trace everyone), emotional parts of the characters, and then find dom, he is shot either have him die in flight, or at the hospital. Then show the group with the news sinking in with maybe a little subtle music in the back ground. There better be a funeral or a referance to how one went or I will sorely be ticked off. Okay then next up spoiler info. Source: Tvguide Online Spoiler: Mega Buzz I love NCIS: Los Angeles. Will we ever know Callen's first name? ADAM: As luck would have it, that is one of the big mysteries to be addressed in the Callen-centric season finale. "We have this huge trail, and it leads us to some potential answers about Callen's past and who he is," Barrett Foa tells us, though I wouldn't bet on getting all your questions answered this season. "We do get closer to it, and I think the fans will be satiated in some way." Foa also says the ops center will be seriously compromised, and that the breach will create major headaches for Eric.