NCIS: Los Angeles

Season 4 Episode 9

The Gold Standard

20
Aired Monday 10:00 PM Dec 11, 2012 on CBS
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Episode Fan Reviews (4)

7.1
out of 10
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72 votes
  • The Gold Standard

    6.5
    There were some good Kensi moments throughout this one, but it just did not feel like one of the strongest installments this season. A fun and wild opening scene with the robbery, but not much else on the front from those criminals.
  • NCIS investigate a robbery.

    8.5
    This was quite a good episode where NCIS investigate a gold heist where the robbers are dressed as clowns and gorillas This time the NCIS team have help from Granger who replaces Deeks in this episode because Deeks is testifying in court We learn more about whats going on in the mind of Eric when he talks about robbing a bank and he strangely finds smelting funny.
  • This was amazing!

    10
    A really brilliant episode of NCIS: Los Angeles! This one was absolutely flawless with a very intriguing first scene, followed by a case which was extremely interesting and full of great developments and interesting twists and turns along the way.



    Sam's clown fears are downright hilarious. It's amazing. <333



    Marty Deeks' absence was disappointing. Wonder why? He was testifying or something, but I wish he was here. Although Kensi's awkwardness in the scenes with Granger was hilarious, especially that store owner thinking they were a couple looking for ocostumes. :P



    Overall, an amazing episode! Keep up the great work, LA!
  • NCIS:LA.

    9.0
    When Eric & Nell were talking about their fears & Eric started talking about Ventriloquists & he walked into ops, there was someone sitting in a chair & they had something in their lap, so Eric waned to run but he couldn't & slowly they turn around & i see what they're holding its....

    Hetty. I started lmao, really strange chemistry between Nell & Eric in this episode more so than usual. Was Granger implying that Kensi was getting a I really missed Deeks in this episode, i still enjoyed it.
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