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Blood And Treasure: Cast & Character Guide

Blood & Treasure is an adventure series from CBS that’s been renewed for a second season; here’s a guide to the show’s main cast and characters.

Blood And Treasure: Cast & Character Guide
Blood And Treasure: Cast & Character Guide

Here’s a cast and character breakdown for adventure series Blood & Treasure. Raiders Of The Lost Ark is a masterpiece of action/adventure cinema, with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas using the film to pay tribute to the movie serials that inspired them growing up. Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) would come back for three sequels – and is set to return for an upcoming final chapter – in addition to a prequel TV series, video games, spinoff novels and much more.

The Indiana Jones franchise would inspire its own subgenre of treasure hunting adventure movies. Examples include King Solomon’s Mines and its sequel, the National Treasure franchise and even literary adaptations like 2005’s Sahara or The DaVinci Code carry some Indiana Jones DNA. The Tomb Raider or Uncharted video game franchises do little to hide their Indiana inspirations, and neither does CBS’ Blood & Treasure, which debuted in 2019.

Blood & Treasure has all the key ingredients of the genre, featuring lots of action, treasure hunting, globe-trotting, sexual tension, surprise twists, and lots more. The series was met with mixed reviews but it was enough of a success to get a second season greenlight. Here’s a guide to Blood & Treasure’s cast and characters.

Matt Barr – Danny McNamara

When his mentor is kidnapped by a terrorist, former FBI agent and art expert Danny (Matt Barr, The Layover) sets out to rescue her, with the aid of thief – and his ex-girlfriend – Lexi and funds provided by billionaire Reece. Danny might be resourceful but he’s not a true Indiana Jones-style scrapper either.

Sofia Pernas – Lexi Vaziri

Sofia Pernas (Jane The Virgin) plays professional thief Lexi on Blood & Treasure, who helps Danny despite blaming him for her father’s death. Lexi is the brawn of the operation and is more than willing to punch her way out of bad situations.

James Callis – Simon Hardwick

Battlestar Galactica’s James Callis plays Simon Hardwick on Blood & Treasure, who Danny once rescued from terrorist Farouk and he has ties to the mysterious Brotherhood of Serapis. As the series goes on, his hidden links to Reece and Farouk become clearer.

John Larroquette – Jay Reece

John Larroquette is billionaire Reece, who hires Danny and Lexi to track down Dr. Castillo following her kidnapping; needless to say, Reece’s interests extend further than being a good samaritan.

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Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Frank Randall was one of the most polarizing characters in the Starz series Outlander and he could sometimes leave fans feeling confused.

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Frank Randall was one of the most polarizing characters in the Starz series Outlander. The English-born historian had a rocky relationship with the protagonist Claire Beauchamp. Their relationship got fractured after Claire time-traveled to the 18th century and fell in love with Highlander Jamie Fraser then later came back to the 20th century.

Frank was an intelligent man who often did nice things and tried to love Claire in the best way possible but their relationship never quite blossomed. He was also related to the 18 century English officer Jonathan “Black Jack” Randall. Here are a couple of things that made no sense about him.

Telling Claire It Didn’t Matter If She Cheated

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

In the pilot episode titled “Sassenach,” Frank saw a man who he suspected was trying to reconnect with Claire. He thus began pestering Claire about it and she ended up getting angry. She then asked him if he suspected she was cheating. He actually was but he couldn’t admit it.

Not one to see his lover get angry at him, Frank told Claire that even if she was cheating, it wouldn’t matter to him. He assured her that he’d love her no matter what happened. That was a bit strange since being okay with a partner’s infidelity is against human nature. If the small incident had already bothered him, what if there were to be many?

He Quickly Accepted Claire’s Story

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

When Claire came back from the 17th century, she told Frank exactly what had happened. Strangely enough, Frank was very understanding. He didn’t really dispute her version of events for long despite the fact that they didn’t make sense. Frank was a scholar and historian so he ought to have questioned her time-travel story.

Frank should have even asked Claire to prove that what she was saying was true but he didn’t. He simply accepted her back. He also hadn’t grown out of love with her despite the fact that she had been gone for a very long time.

Lying About Jamie’s Fate

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Frank couldn’t accept that Claire was in love with an 18th-century highlander. He thus devised a scheme to make Claire forget about him. Frank secretly made a fake gravestone so that he could prove to Claire that Jamie had died in the Battle Of Culloden after she left and even if she went back in time, she wouldn’t find him.

This was unlike him. Frank was generally a good guy. He was a bit emotional but he was always good. Going to this extent for a woman who didn’t love him anymore didn’t seem like something he would do. He also risked her finding out the truth and hating him even more.

He Is A Former Spy But He Didn’t Know About Time Travel

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Frank was a former MI6 agent who appeared to very knowledgable. Surprisingly he didn’t know about time-travel yet this wasn’t something that was unique to Claire. Since time-travel really existed, the government should have known about it and hence a spy should have known about it too.

It was revealed that there were many characters who could time-travel. A couple of people must have time-traveled before Claire and this is information that an intelligence agency such as MI6 ought to have had. After all, the Craigh Na Dun stones were located in Scotland which was within MI6’s jurisdiction.

He Stopped Writing Letters

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Frank and Claire met and fell love when he came to consult her historian uncle, Quentin Beauchamp, about the connections between French philosophy and Egyptian religion. They got married and went on a honeymoon to the Scottish Highlands but then World War II broke out.

The two were separated during the war as Claire was serving as a nurse while Frank was working for MI6. It was revealed that Frank stopped writing letters as he used to. This seemed odd given how much he loved Claire. Given how much he tolerated her and even raised her daughter, it was unlike Frank to stop writing to Claire just because he was busy.

How Was Able To Describe Jamie So Perfectly

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Shortly before Caire touched the stones at Craigh Na Dun again and returned to the 18th century, Frank spotted Jamie’s ghost watching over Claire. When Claire was gone, he couldn’t believe she had left willingly. He strongly felt she’d been kidnapped by the man he had seen so he reported the incident to the police.

A “missing persons” poster put up in Inverness and in it, Frank had given a detailed description of Jamie. He described him as 6’2 tall, with an unshaven beard and blue eyes among other things. How did he know all this given that he had only seen Jamie for a few seconds from behind?

He Wanted To Take Brianna

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

A heartbreaking character death occurred in Outlander after Frank was involved in a car crash. Before that, he had gotten into a very bad argument with Claire. After persevering a bad marriage for 20 years, Frank felt it was time to leave. He had a new lover after all who appreciated him, unlike Claire.

Frank told Claire that he was planning to relocate with his mistress and that he would be taking Brianna with him. But that never happened since he died shortly after. But why was he planning on taking Brianna yet she wasn’t his biological child? He had no right to her custody. Shouldn’t he just have gone on to have children with his new lover?

Wanting To Punch Claire

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

In Season 2’s first episode titled “Through a Glass, Darkly,” Frank almost deviates from his nature and tries to punch Claire. This al happened after Claire admitted that she was carrying Jamie’s child. He had bought her time-travel explanation but hearing that Claire was pregnant for another man was too much for him.

It hurt even more considering the fact that he and Claire had been trying to get a baby before she disappeared. So, Frank also punched her but managed to control himself. He didn’t apologize about either as should have been expected given that in the pilot episode, he apologized for simply asking if she had a history with a stranger that he had seen.

Not Divorcing Claire Earlier

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

The signs that Claire no longer loved Frank were always there so it’s a bit surprising that he waited 20 years to leave. Frank took excessive measures like banning Claire from talking about Jamie and even burning her clothes from the 18th century but this didn’t change anything.

Claire wouldn’t even get intimate with him on most occasions yet he stayed, hoping that things would be better. Waiting for so long would eventually cost him his life since it was the bad final argument with Claire that put him in such a bad mood, which eventually led to the car accident.

Guarding Brianna Against The Truth

Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank
Outlander: 10 Things That Make No Sense About Frank

Frank’s attachment to Brianna was quite baffling. First, he made Claire promise that they’d raise the baby together. He also never wanted Brianna to know that he wasn’t her real father. He made Claire promise that she wouldn’t tell Brianna about her true paternity until after he was dead.

Why was Frank so eager to have Brianna see him as her real father? If he loved Brianna so much, he ought to have allowed her to know her real father. And since he was quite intelligent, he ought to have known that Brianna wouldn’t be so happy to find out that the identity of her father was kept from her.

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Criminal Minds: The Multiple Personalities Of James Van Der Beek’s Tobias Explained

James Van Der Beek gave a memorable performance as serial killer Tobias in Criminal Minds; here’s the character’s different personalities explained.

Criminal Minds: The Multiple Personalities Of James Van Der Beek's Tobias Explained
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Here are the different personalities of James Van Der Beek’s Criminal Minds killer Tobias Hankel explained. CBS’ Criminal Minds debuted back in 2005 and quickly became one of the most popular procedural shows on television. The story sees an elite team of FBI profilers tasked with finding and capturing serial killers and these cases can often take a personal turn. The series proved so popular during its run it received spinoffs in the form of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders and Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, though they both proved short-lived.

Criminal Minds was also known for its harrowing violence, which famously prompted star Mandy Patinkin to exit after only two seasons. The killers on the show came up with some endlessly inventive methods to dispatch victims, meaning the series could often make for a brutal watch. It survived other high-profile departures such as Thomas Gibson’s Hotch and Shemar Moore’s Derek in later seasons, before finally coming to a close in 2020 after fifteen seasons and over 300 episodes.

Criminal Minds featured many memorable guest stars playing the “Unsubs” the team track down too, including C. Thomas Howell as George Foyet – AKA” The Reaper” – and Tim Curry as the horrid “Prince of Darkness” killer. One of the most memorable was James Van Der Beek’s Tobias Hankel, who appeared in two episodes back in season two. Tobias famously kidnapped BAU agent Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler), subjecting him to torture, games of Russian Roulette and even getting him to dig his own grave, with the incident leaving lasting mental scars on the agent.

Criminal Minds: The Multiple Personalities Of James Van Der Beek's Tobias Explained
Criminal Minds: The Multiple Personalities Of James Van Der Beek’s Tobias Explained

Criminal Minds’ Tobias suffered from Dissociative Identity Disorder and was driven to commit religious killings by his two other personas. One is that of Charles (Don Swayze), his Christian zealot father who beat and abused Tobias as a child and later forced his son to kill him when he became ill. Tobias became a serial killer following his father’s death and is driven to “punish” those he perceives as sinners. His other personality is the wrathful archangel Raphael, who would be the one selecting victims and doing the killings.

The Tobias personality was tormented by the killings being carried out by Raphael and Charles and is actually thankful to Reid when he fatally wounds him, as this “kills” his other personas. Criminal Minds’ Tobias left a major impression on both Reid and viewers and is often considered one of the show’s most sympathetic unsubs.

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Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

While Full House is a nostalgic ’90s sitcom with warm and fuzzy wholesomeness, not every character living under the Tanner roof got the best send-off.

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

With a larger-than-life family at the center of its stories, Full House had plenty of characters to develop and storylines to juggle across its eight-season run. The series’ development was often more episodic than continuity-based, which makes development more difficult to measure than in other series. But even still, some characters clearly changed quite a lot by the time the series ended, while others were left still in the middle of finding themselves.

By the time the show aired its finale, it’s clear that every character was given a happy ending fitting of this sweet and comforting sitcom — though some are far more deserved than others.

Fitting Ending: Steve Hale

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

More than any other love interest introduced for the Tanner kids, Steve remained a fan favorite throughout the series’ run. Equal parts goofy and charming, even when he wasn’t the brightest bulb or when he ate his way out of a welcome, Steve was clearly made for D.J. from the moment these two high school love birds first met.

That’s why Steve’s return in the series finale as D.J.’s prom date is so satisfying, even after they had broken up. As far as the original series’ run is concerned, Steve is the one for D.J., and their happily ever after feels more than earned.

Deserved More: Vicky Larson

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

Danny Tanner struggled to find long-term love during Full House’s run. When the series began, he was a young widower, hesitant to even think about dating again after the sudden loss of his wife, Pam. Everything changed in Danny’s world with the arrival of his temporary cohost, Vicky Larson.

Vicky and Danny clashed at first, with their strong personalities and peculiarities standing in stark contrast to each other. But soon enough, the tension thawed between them, and these two fell head over heels. They would eventually become engaged before Vicky moved away to pursue a career opportunity. Just like that, she was never heard from again.

Fitting Ending: Kimmy Gibbler

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

For most of Full House’s run, Kimmy Gibbler is an unwanted presence in the Tanner family house. Though she may be D.J.’s lifelong best friend, it’s virtually impossible to find any other member of the Tanner clan who cares for her in the slightest.

But as the series progresses, Kimmy clearly becomes more and more a member of the family, accepted into their daily life, even as she is made fun of along the way. She remains D.J.’s faithful friend, and finds love (albeit temporarily) in the soft-spoken Duane. For a quirky sidekick, that’s not a bad ending at all.

Deserved More: Joey Gladstone

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

As the third banana of the adult men trio, Joey is often stuck in the middle. He might be one of the girls’ caregivers, but he’s not their father or their uncle. While he’s one of Jesse and Danny’s best friends, but he doesn’t share their family bond.

For one of the series’ main characters, Joey doesn’t receive the narrative attention the other two men do. He never has a long-term relationship in the series, and he undergoes various career changes at the drop of a hat. Joey’s ending isn’t so much an ending as an abrupt stop. Frankly, he deserved a lot more than that.

Fitting Ending: Rebecca Donaldson

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

When Rebecca joined Full House in its second season, it was clear that she would become a major part of the series, even if she herself protested her eventual role. Originally Danny’s cohost, Rebecca would go on to become much more than that, marrying bad boy Jesse and giving birth to their adorable twins, Nicky and Alex.

By the show’s end, Rebecca is the rare character allowed to have it all in the world of a sitcom. She’s still empowered in her role as cohost of Wake Up, San Francisco, while also maintaining domestic bliss at home with her beloved boys and extended family.

Deserved More: Michelle Tanner

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

Full House’s series finale may end on appropriately saccharine and comforting notes, but that doesn’t make its premise any less puzzling or downright disappointing, especially where Michelle is concerned. The series’ final episodes find Michelle suffering a bout of amnesia after falling from her horse.

Looking past the shockingly dour turn for the usually sunny sitcom, the finale nevertheless presents an entirely unsatisfying end for Michelle’s character. Apart from a gimmicky moment that allows both Olsen twins to share the screen, there’s no clear reason for this to be the note that Michelle’s young story ends on, even after all these years.

Fitting Ending: D.J. Tanner

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

As the oldest Tanner child, D.J. often gets some of the more developed storylines when it comes to adolescence and growing as a young adult. By the end of the series, she is succeeding academically and on her way to college.

She’s also well supported by her family and friends, including best friend Kimmy, who reunites her with her lost love, Steve. D.J. has the whole world ahead of her when Full House ends, and that’s a perfect way to end things for a high school senior.

Deserved More: Stephanie Tanner

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More) Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

Unlike her older sister, Stephanie often winds up stuck with some of the more difficult and disappointing teenage storylines. As a junior high student, Stephanie isn’t as far along in developing her dating life, which leaves her with no suitable future match by series’ end.

She’s also still hanging out with the wrong crowd, most notably the bad girl with a bully streak, Gia. It’s unclear what Stephanie has to look forward to when the series ends, and that’s a true shame.

Fitting Ending: Jesse Katsopolis

Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)
Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

When Jesse Katsopolis first arrives at the Tanner home, he’s a bad boy with an edge and emotional baggage he’s unwilling to explore. At first, he rejects the softness and cuteness that comes with raising three young girls, but soon enough, he gives in and loves the girls with all he has to give.

Over time, Jesse only softens more and more, becoming a well-rounded family man and a successful businessman alike in his ventures with his various bands and radio show. In many ways, Jesse becomes the series’ male protagonist by the end, serving as the family’s grounding leader in moments of crisis.

Deserved More: Danny Tanner

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Full House: 5 Characters Who Got Fitting Endings (& 5 Who Deserved More)

As the patriarch of the Tanner family, Danny begins the series as the show’s ostensible protagonist. It’s his life that Full House revolves around, and his journey to rebuilding his life with his best friend that viewers are meant to be invested in.

Yet as the series progresses, the focus inevitably shifts toward the younger members of the family, and Danny often feels lost in the shuffle. In Full House’s later seasons, Danny sometimes feels like a supporting character, and his storyline receives no real conclusion as a result.

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Angel: How Doyle Was Supposed To Return (& Why He Didn’t)

In Angel, the lovable, vision-riddled demon Doyle was supposed to make a surprising return appearance after his season 1 death; here’s why he didn’t.

Angel: How Doyle Was Supposed To Return (& Why He Didn't)
Angel: How Doyle Was Supposed To Return (& Why He Didn’t)

One of the more lovable characters in Angel, Allen Francis Doyle (Glenn Quinn), left the show tragically; discussions were had about bringing his character back to life, but this didn’t end up happening due to real-life circumstances.

Armed with a darker premise and Joss Whedon at the helm, the 1999 spin-off series to cult TV show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel focused around David Boreanaz’s character that was first introduced as Buffy’s (Sarah Michelle Gellar) primary love interest. A vampire with a soul, Angel’s tragic history—and eternally looming potential as a villain—made him one of the more intriguing and complex characters in the teen supernatural drama. After his departure in season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel took to the streets of Los Angeles, a Batman-esque figure protecting the innocent to atone for his centuries of bloodshed.

Allen Francis Doyle—known simply as Doyle—was introduced in the series premiere, “City of Angels”, as a messenger of sorts for the Powers That Be. Doyle is a demon who gets random flashes of visions; this is how Angel gets roped into helping people, primarily, and leads to him starting Angel Investigations, a private investigating firm that “helps the hopeless”. With his witty one-liners, endearing crush on Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), and insider knowledge of the demon world given his true nature as a half-Brachen demon, half-human, Doyle was an excellent addition to the team. However, his tragic departure from the show and real-life circumstances got in the way of his character being brought back.

Doyle’s Return Story Explained (& Why It Didn’t Happen)

Angel: How Doyle Was Supposed To Return (& Why He Didn't)
Angel: How Doyle Was Supposed To Return (& Why He Didn’t)

Doyle only appeared on nine episodes of Angel. While certainly a short time, it was enough to make and leave a lasting impression on fans of the series and secure his place in the larger universe. Even so, Doyle managed to help Angel out of numerous difficult situations, nurture a budding friendship with Cordelia that bordered on romance, and took the traditional exit for many a Buffy character gone too soon—the sudden death heroics. Doyle sacrificed himself for the greater good, which on Angel, became par for the course; throughout the series, redemption and self-sacrifice are two of the most present themes. While still tragic, Doyle’s on-screen death wasn’t meaningless. There was some closure for his feelings for Cordelia that he’d been harboring since they first met when he kissed her and passed along his visions; she then stepped up to the plate as the liaison between Angel and The Powers That Be.

Despite Glenn Quinn struggling with substance addition off-screen, he was dear to his fellow cast members, so bringing him back in some capacity was discussed behind the scenes. Some deaths on shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Supernatural are certainly permanent and tragic, but given the magical universe and the blurred lines between life and death, not everyone stays dead. Tim Minear—one of the show’s writers/directors—spoke about being “shot down” whenever he suggested bringing the character back. Minear and David Fury—one of the show’s writers/producers—both mentioned how the intent was to possibly bring Doyle back as one of the series’ “Big Bads”, perhaps in season 3; Fury made this comment in an interview in Dreamwatch #118.

Doyle never seemed the type to become a Big Bad, as he was marked by a gentle nature despite his half-demon ways; he was charitable and good, genuinely benevolent and interested in helping others. Beyond that, him returning as a villain would add less weight to his heroic sacrifice. However, any opportunity to bring Doyle back to the show became impossible after Glenn Quinn tragically passed away in 2002 at the age of 32. Angel would go on to have other notable villains, and fans of the character—and actor—got the closure of Doyle’s goodness showing through his choice to go out a hero rather than inevitably dying a villain, if he returned in the proposed capacity.

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NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

In NCIS New Orleans, the team always comes before romance, but fans found a lot of couples to love. Here are the relationships fans adored & rejected.

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

In the NCIS franchise, all of the teams become close. In NCIS: New Orleans, that’s especially true since their office doubles as the team leader’s house, and over the years, many of the teammates have been roommates. That familial atmosphere can lead to some close relationships.

Interestingly, unlike NCIS: Los Angeles, and despite those close relationships, the series has placed more of its focus on the culture of New Orleans than the romance. Most of the romantic entanglements for its main cast of characters have occurred with guest characters instead, leaving the team dynamic pretty well intact. Of course, guest characters are fleeting, so fans don’t always support those relationships.

Supported: Lasalle And Savannah

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

Despite Lasalle and Savannah being high school sweethearts, their relationship in the series was short-lived. When Christopher Lasalle was targeted to get back at Dwayne Pride, it was Savannah, alone in his home, who became the victim instead.

It was a tragic ending to a relationship fans could have seen develop. The two knew all of one another’s secrets and accepted one another for who they were. Savannah was even someone Christopher trusted with his brother Cade, whose mental health was a constant struggle for him.

Rejected: Patton And Anna

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

Talk of Patton’s exes was always used as comic relief in the series. When the show finally introduced one of his ex-wives in season four, Anna was no longer fodder for jokes.

A serious doctor who wanted to change the world, Patton placed a bit of the blame for ending up in a wheelchair on their relationship. Anna resented being blamed since Patton’s risks caused it in her eyes. While the two did discuss their issues when she appeared in the show, it was clear they would never be able to rekindle their relationship.

Supported: Sebastian And Adrian

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

This is one of those rare times where fans didn’t want to see a guest star say goodbye. Adrian and Sebastian were high school classmates once upon a time. Though they ran in different circles, they participated in academic competitions together. To Sebastian’s surprise, he discovered that she used to have a crush on him.

It was a nice storyline for the character since he’d always thought of her as out of his league in high school, and he’d recently been getting a lot of prodding from Gregorio about his dating life.

Rejected: Lasalle And Melody

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

After losing Savannah, Lasalle had a string of one night stands to help ignore his grief. One of those was with a woman named Melody. Melody showed up again a season later – with her son.

It was pretty evident right away to fans that something was off in their situation. While Melody was sweet, she was also incredibly pushy, constantly reminding Lasalle that they shared a son. As it turned out, her son’s actual father was abusive and she remembered how nice Lasalle was to her, so she ran. While Lasalle was hurt, he understood her reasoning, and he helped her get away from the other man for good. It gave fans a happy ending of sorts for the pair.

Supported: Gregorio And Eva

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

Eva was a great recurring character in the early seasons of the show. Sometimes a villain, Eva got out of the criminal game to protect her younger brother. When she did, it was with Gregorio’s help.

Gregorio got Eva and her brother into the witness protection program, helping to fake Eva’s death when they were being pursued. The two had a ton of chemistry and even shared a kiss before Eva left to start her new life. Fans couldn’t help but wonder what might have been.

Rejected: Brody And Russo

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

At the end of the second season, the NCIS team at the center of the series uncovered a mole. Unfortunately, the mole they uncovered was in the office of Homeland Security and happened to be Agent John Russo, a man interested in Meredith Brody.

Brody seemed interested when he was first introduced, but didn’t pursue a relationship with him until right before Russo was revealed as the mole. Fans knew there was no way the two would last the moment his real loyalties came to light.

Supported: Pride And Rita

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

When the series began, Pride had a hard time admitting that his marriage was ending. Even though he was sleeping at the office, he insisted nothing was wrong. After he and his wife divorced, fans just wanted to see him happy, but there weren’t a ton of opportunities in the series for him to enter a relationship.

Rita was an attorney who helped him take down corrupt politicians. The two found a connection, and even though she left New Orleans to pursue a job in Washington, DC, their relationship didn’t end. She even showed up back in town to visit and assist on cases, welcomed by the entire team like family. It certainly helped that actors Chelsea Field and Scott Bakula are married in reality.

Rejected: Sebastian And Brody

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

The writers tested Brody’s chemistry with a lot of the other characters. There were hints in the first season of them testing the waters between Brody and Lasalle, but it never panned out. Before she started dating Russo, it was also clear that Sebastian had something of a crush on her.

Sebastian would frequently ask about Brody during video calls and was clearly jealous when she decided to get close to Russo. For fans, however, the two never seemed to click as more than teammates.

Supported: Lasalle And Percy

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

The biggest will-they-or-won’t-they relationship of the series was that of Percy and Lasalle. They hit it off, with similar sarcastic senses of humor, from the moment she consulted on a case. Eventually, she became an NCIS agent and his partner.

Though the two repeatedly admitted to having more than friendly feelings for one another, they never pursued a relationship because they didn’t want to mess up the team dynamic. That left a lot of fans hoping for her to recur as his love interest when Percy left the team to join the FBI. Unfortunately, the loss of Lasalle in season six made that impossible.

Rejected: Percy And Jake

NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)
NCIS New Orleans: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

Sonya Percy had a gift for undercover work. As her backstory slowly rolled out over the course of her time on the show, however, it was evident that going undercover with an attractive person was her version of kryptonite. Many of her past relationships were with people she worked with.

Jake was an old partner who appeared in season four, affectionately calling her the Bonnie to his Clyde. The two spent the night together at a time when they really shouldn’t have since he was working on an operation she was trying to get information about for NCIS. When the mission went south, Jake lost his job and he and Sonya went their separate ways.

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