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NCIS: New Orleans "Collateral Damage" Episode Review

Though they didn't say "To Be Continued" at the end, which I thought was weird, it totally was a to be continued. Everything was falling apart so quickly and we don't know who really did all the killings now.

But I do have a suspicion. Of course, it points to another one of Pride's long time friends, Sam, the guy who called him in the beginning. I hope it's not him because enough is enough people. Let one of Pride's past friends at least turn out right! What's up with all of them turning bad? I mean, does that say something about the type of people Pride chooses as friends then? I don't think so. 

All signs kind of point to him as being the bad guy. I mean, he was being kind of a butt head at the beginning. Yes, I get that he's the general and they wanna keep what happened as quiet as possible, but still, being a jerk about it in the process is not the way to do it. I don't know, I could be wrong, but I disliked Sam from the beginning.

Who else would leak it to the press though? I'm not sure what Sam's motives would be for doing that, though, but still, I don't see Rebecca's dad leaking it to the press what happened. He just wanted to know what happened to his little girl and that was it.

I do love it when we see this side of Chris, though. It really shows how caring of a guy he really is. Even if he doesn't show it often, but when he does, he makes up for when he doesn't.

Only thing I missed about this episode was the fact that there was no Patton (who always lightens up the mood) and no Sonja. Sonja and Chris' relationship is always fun to watch. Yes, I've said it before and I'll say it again, I won't be surprised if there's something more brewing between them.

I knew that the guy at the docks that were staring at Brodie and Chris, he had to be involved somehow. I mean, being curious yes, I can see that, but completely staring at them is something else. He was the guy that Rebecca found out that was making dummy companies in order to keep his company afloat. All because he couldn't keep it afloat himself and Rebecca found out and it went from there.

Or was he the killer? He tried to kill Brodie with a cup of deadly coffee, but why would he poison himself? Someone much bigger is in charge and is having to clean up their mess but for what? Did Rebecca stumble upon something else that someone wants kept quiet or is there something more going on here that we don't know? Another interesting story line more then likely leading up to the season finale and I am looking forward to finding out who really did it. Even if my hunch is right.