Okay, while I am a big fan of the original NCIS, I only tune into its spin-off, NCIS Los Angeles, periodically. What sucked me in this week is the fact Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Jonathan Frakes directed and guest-starred in it. Imagine my surprise when in “Disorder,” Special Agent Kensi Blye let loose a huge piece of character development. I’m not a regular watcher so I don’t know whether this is a big deal, but Callen himself admitted that this was news to him; Sam did too. In order to help out a guy the LA team thought (key word: thought) was suffering from PTSD (former Navy Intelligence Agent Brett Talbot), she told him something about her past. About six years ago, she was engaged to a marine who came home from the war and he was different — it was all very similar to Talbot’s experience. And she tried to help him as much as she could, but in the end there was nothing she could do. On Christmas morning, she came home and he was gone. So that’s why the holidays aren’t a good time for her. Will her ex-fiancé ever make an appearance? He disappeared; as far as we know he didn’t die. It’s only halfway through Season 2. This could totally happen. And too bad Talbot was really faking it. I liked him. I loved how Kensi was trying to connect with him and help him out. In the end, Talbot was outed as the bad guy and she had no choice but to off the bastard. Good for her.