Spoilers can be found in this article if you haven't watched Sunday's episode of NCIS: Los Angeles "Old Tricks" yet.
When Miguel Ferrer passed away back in January, the world mourned the death of the actor, who had graced the screen in projects like Twin Peaks, Broken Bridges, Crossing Jordan, and NCIS: Los Angeles. It was the latter series that opened up the most questions upon Ferrer's death. The actor's cancer had already been written into NCIS: Los Angeles before he passed away, but we didn't really know how the cast would say goodbye to the actor. Last night, we finally found out.
Because of Miguel Ferrer's death, "Payback" was actually the last Season 8 episode in which we saw the actor actually appear. Over the past few weeks, NCIS: Los Angeles worked toward and finally finished up the longtime mole plotline. In the process, Owen Granger got stabbed and spent last week's episode in the hospital, where he capably pulled out a gun and shot a woman who snuck in. That was the last time he got to be a badass, as this week, the show wrote him out.
During "Old Tricks," Owen Granger wasn't the focus of the episode, but early on, Hetty went and stopped by Granger's hospital room, where Granger spent the last episode. The room was empty, and a nurse told her that Granger had simply left. The good news? He left a note:
The episode may have been the end for Owen Granger on NCIS: Los Angeles, but NCIS had one more treat for fans, also featuring a rendition of "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and closing with a special goodbye tribute to Miguel Ferrer.
Miguel Ferrer passed away back in January after a long battle of cancer, but this won't be the last we see of the actor on the small screen. Reports indicate he had already filmed episodes of the Twin Peaks revival over at Showtime. We'll let you know as soon as those hit the schedule. In the meantime, you can take a look at what TV has coming up with our midseason premiere schedule or catch new episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles on Sunday nights at 8 p.m. ET, only on CBS (opens in new tab).
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