‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Latest Season Spoiler: Kensi paralyzed?[VIDEO]


The premiere of "NCIS Los Angeles" Season 8 hit TV screens on Sept. 25, wherein it showcased how Kensi (played by Daniela Ruah) becomes a member of the team and revealed that his life is actually endangered. On the other hand, Granger (Miguel Ferrer) dials Nell (Renee Felice Smith) to ask for assistance for the team to solve the case.

Nell was well when she returned from taking down two suspects as a form of vengeance, which could be seen in "NCIS Los Angeles" Season 8 episode 2. However, Kensi remains unconscious inside the Intensive Care Unit due to that dangerous helicopter crash, Christian Times reported.

Gossips about Kensi and Deeks' relationship being one step ahead of what they are now is finally confirmed after Deeks' proposal to Kensi, even if the character still lies unconscious on bed. The weird proposal is yet to have an answer and will remain such until Kensi finally opens her eyes. Positivity and hope are yielded regardless of the ill-fate that Kensi had in the last two episodes, after Deek finally puts a ring on her finger and a little twitch was apparent.

However, the twitch could be caused by a muscle spasm and not because she was actually about to wake up. Besides, even on the last part of the episode, there was still no recorded brain activity ever done coming from her. Moreover, some news say that even if Kensi wakes up, the possibility of her suffering from a paralysis of half of her body is very high, Parent Herald reported.

Nevertheless, fans are still on their all-out support for the series, especially when the NCIS team teased that Deeks and Kensi may be welcoming a baby this season, and will soon integrate pregnancy into "NCIS Los Angeles" Season 8's storyline.

However, after the action-packed season opener, fans are expected to wait for over two weeks before catching a glimpse of "NCIS Los Angeles" Season 8's next episode.

"NCIS Los Angeles" Season 8's next episode, titled "Black Market," is anticipated to be shown on Oct. 16.


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