Dad: I can’t seem to walk out of this room. What time is it?
Elizabeth: It’s almost 5.
Dad: I’d be getting home about now. Silvia would probably pick up a pizza or some Chinese because she got busy with the boys after school and didn’t have time to cook. Toby would have a picture that he drew that he’d want me to look at. And Matt would want me to test him on his math.
Elizabeth: You made the right decision. The only one you could.
Dad: We woke up this morning everything was white. They were so happy. We all got to stay home.
Elizabeth: It may not seem like it, but I know what you’re feeling. I understand what you’re feeling.
Dad: I’m sorry, doctor, but you don’t know what I’m feeling. You don’t have any idea. I don’t even know.
Elizabeth: My husband, his name was Mark. He died– My God, I was about to say last year. It was only six months ago. I tried to pretend once Mark was gone, that I could pull myself up, continue like normal. But it doesn’t work like that. You see, you can’t run away from it. It’s like this big, relentless wave that you have to ride. But in riding it, somehow you hold on to what you’ve lost, and you find a way to go on without shutting off. It’s not easy, but you do it. I know someday soon when you look into your child’s eyes all you will see are the beautiful things that live on in him.
Tiptoeing through the “Can I Get A Witness?” guest cast
Patrick St. Esprit as LAPD Lieutenant Roger Bates Last seen being rude in the “Party Crashers” season premiere. He will also be in Thursday’s SWAT pilot as the LAPD official in charge of SWAT. He is a cranky dude in that one. I’d like him to remain an honest cop in this series.
Karina Logue as LAPD Detective Ellen Whiting Last seen playing let’s make a deal with Deeks in “Golden Days” in season eight.
Jeff Kober as Harris Keane Long Nguyen as Dang Both back from “Se Murio El Payso” on October 8th.
Alex Wyse as Simon Atwater Wyse played Steven in Bored to Death, Kyle (Harold’s assistant) in Marvel’s Iron Fist, Nate in Indoor Boys and is currently Saul Feinberg in The Bold and The Beautiful. Appeared in episodes of Masters of Sex, Bad Judge, A to Z, Modern Family, Switched at Birth and Agent X.
Johnathan McClain as Ryan Wallace Starred in the series Retired at 35 as David Robbins (who was retired at 35). Was Patric in The Bad Girl’s Guide and is currently Liam in Bizaardvark. Guest roles include CSI, CSI: Miami, Without a Trace, Valentine, 24, Medium, Scoundrels, The Glades, Mad Men, Major Crimes, The Exorcist, School of Rock, Trial & Error, SEAL Team and In the Vault.
Georgia Mischak as Camille Butler Mischak appeared in Renee Felice Smith’s film “The Relationtrip” as Sara. She was also Sofia in the Chad Mazero/Anastasia Kousakis series We Don’t Hate It Here. Had a guest role in The Good Place.
Caleel Harris as Cooper A child actor who played Michael Bourdet in Hawthorne and had guest roles in episodes of Men at Work, Jimmy Kimmel Live’s post-Oscars show in 2013, Boys in Blue and Game Shakers. Provides the voice of the characters of AJ in Blaze and the Monster Machines and Clyde in The Loud House.
Zachary Hinrichs as Ruben Another child actor who had guest roles in Preacher, Henry Danger, Alex Inc., Teachers and the pilot of Me, Myself and I.
Lauren Boles as Tessa Also a child actor. Boles played Ciara Brady in Days of Our Lives, Rachel as a toddler in the early seasons of Glee and had guest roles in Grey’s Anatomy and Austin and Ally. -
Written by: Chad Mazero co-wrote “Internal Affairs” and “Revenge Deferred” in season seven and wrote “Tidings We Bring” in season eight.
Directed by: James Hanlon directed “War Cries”, “The Grey Man”, “Kolcheck, A”, “Driving Miss Diaz”, “Angels and Daemons, “Where There’s Smoke”, “Black Market” and “Tidings We Bring” (written by Mazero).
Tiptoeing through the “This Is What We Do” guest cast
John M. Jackson as Admiral A.J. Chegwidden A.J. was last seen sharing some Pappy Van Winkle with his two, fellow grumpy old men and Hetty in “Golden Days”.
Pamela Reed as Roberta Deeks Tony Curtis Blondell as Guy “Bertie” and Guy were in the season nine premiere.
Jeff Kober as Harris Keane Long Nguyen as Dang Both back from “Can I Get a Witness” to start November.
Sammy Sheik as Tobias Thoma / Ahmed Han Asakeem Last seen in “Queen Pin” where he was not credited with his pre-terrorist name. Tobias Thoma was mentioned in the season eight opener but he’s been called Asakeem ever since.
Zeeko Zaki as Aimon Shah Was the money launderer in “Unleashed” who Sam questioned with Sabatino in the club.
Ashley Spillers as Homeland Security Specialist Sydney Jones As an older sister, I’m a tad disturbed by the term bossy for Nell’s sister – we’re just more experienced than the younger sibs and impart our wisdom gained by experience. Plays Janice Swift in Vice Principals and appeared in episodes of Driving Arizona, Maron and The Middle and well as number of short films.
Karan Oberoi as Fazan Kamsour Was the half-year long wanted terrorist, Parsa, in season 11 of NCIS. Played Raj in Overruled!, PJ Talwar Mehra in Combat Hospital and Alan Wells in Notorious.
Had guest roles in episodes of The Border, The Listener, Covert Affairs, The Blacklist, Castle, Containment, Conviction (2016) and Training Day.
Alex Gonzalez as Enrique There are several working actors with this name.
Ricardo J. Chacon as Customs and Border Patrol Officer Guest starred in episodes of ER, The Closer, Threshold, Night Stalker (2005), Just Legal, Standoff, Girlfriends, Las Vegas, Women’s Murder Club, The Oaks, Weeds, Dexter, Criminal Minds, Southland, The Secret Life of An American Teenager, Twisted, Mad Men, Bosch, House of Lies, The Last Ship, The Fosters, New Girl, American Crime and Fear the Walking Dead. Plays a lot of law enforcement characters.
Hugo Garcia as Driver Appeared in a number of Spanish language series for Univision and Telemundo. Had guest roles in a number of series including Cold Case, Blackout, Unusual Suspects, The Fosters, Graceland, Mixology, Inbetween, Notorious and Teachers.
Ricardo Walker as CHP Officer Plays Agent Prince in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. Appeared in episodes of CSI: Miami, Conviction (2006), New Amsterdam, Life of Riley, Ray Donovan, Hit the Floor, The Catch and How To Get Away With Murder. -
Written by: R. Scott Gemmill wrote “The Only Easy Day”, “Brimstone”, “Breach”, “LD50”, “Found”, “Borderline”, “Absolution”, “Archangel”, “Tin Soldiers”, “Impostors”, “Cyberthreat”, “Honor”, “The Watchers” and both sides of the NCIS Los: Angeles/Hawaii Five-0 “Touch of Death” episodes, “Recruit”, “Free Ride”, “Wanted”, “Ravens and The Swans”, “Impact”, “War Cries”, both ends of the “Deep Trouble” season five finale/season six premiere, “Inelegant Heart”, “Praesidium”, “Traitor”, “Active Measures” (season seven premiere), “Blame It On Rio”, “Internal Affairs”, “Matryoshka” part one, “Talion” (season seven finale), “High Value Target"/“Belly of the Beast” (season eight premieres), "The Queen’s Gambit”, “Under Siege”, “Unleashed” (season eight finale) and “Party Crashers” (season nine’s premiere).
Directed by: John P. Kousakis directed “Imposters”, “Sacrifice”, “San Voir” part one, “The Fifth Man”, “Parley”, “Inelegant Heart” (written by Gemmill), “Chernoff, K.”, “Active Measures” (written by Gemmill), “The Long Goodbye", “Talion” (written by Gemmill), “Glasnost”, “Unleashed” (written by Gemmill), “Party Crashers” (written by Gemmill), all of the Afghanistan scenes from “Iron Curtain Rising” to “Zero Days” in season five and all of Kensi’s injury/recovery storyline scenes from “The Queen’s Gambit” to “Sirens” in season eight.