Endgame is the premiere episode, in the fourth season of NCIS: Los Angeles, and the seventy-third in the series as a whole excluding the back door pilot episodes and any crossovers.
The OSP is left divided and in disarray following Hetty's retirement and Callen's suspension in the wake of Callen's shooting of The Chameleon.
The title of the episode Endgame refers to the final stage and phases within a game of strategy such as chess, shogi, or go.
- It's revealed that the Chameleon's death was staged and that Marcel Janvier is still alive.
- Hetty officially returns to her original position as head of OSP.
- "Endgame" was the title of a Season 7 episode in the original NCIS series which interestingly enough carried over events from NCIS: Los Angeles.
|Chris O'Donnell||G. Callen||Special Agent in Charge|
|LL Cool J||Sam Hanna||Senior Special Agent|
|Linda Hunt||Henrietta Lange||Operations Manager|
|Daniela Ruah||Kensi Blye||Junior Special Agent|
|Barrett Foa||Eric Beale||Tech Operator|
|Eric Christian Olsen||Marty Deeks||LAPD Liaison|
|Renée Felice Smith||Nell Jones||Intelligence Analyst, NCIS: OSP|
|Miguel Ferrer||Owen Granger||Assistant Director of NCIS|
|Alon Moni Aboutboul||Naseem Vaziri|
|Cooper Thornton||Kevin Atley|
|Christopher Lambert||Marcel Janvier||Arms Dealer and Master Identity Thief|
|Lovensky Jean-Baptiste||NCIS Agent Pete|
|Kim Swennen||NCIS Agent 2|
|Erick Avari||Hosein Khadem|
|Candace Afia||Female Teller|
|Adrian Gonzalez||Male Teller|
Lovensky Jean-Baptiste who plays NCIS Agent 1, and Kim Swennen who portrays NCIS Agent 2 in this episode played LAPD Officers in the previous episode.
|NCIS: LA Season Four|
|● Endgame ● Recruit ● The Fifth Man ● Dead Body Politic ● Out of the Past ● Rude Awakenings ● Skin Deep ● Collateral ● The Gold Standard ● Free Ride ● Drive ● Paper Soldiers ● The Chosen One ● Kill House ● History ● Lohkay ● Wanted ● Red: Part One ● Red: Part Two ● Purity ● Resurrection ● Raven and The Swans ● Parley ● Descent.[ Season Three ] [ Season Five ]|