NCIS: LA Stars: Kensi and Deeks' Romance Will Be the "Catalyst for a Lot of Mistakes" | TV Guide
Now that Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) have decided to take the plunge into a full-fledged relationship. Wedding Bells Will Ring for Deeks & Kensi on 'NCIS: LA' Season 10 Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) will get married in Season VIDEO: 'NCIS: LA' costars Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah preview Deeks and Kensi's Season 8 engagement, hiding baby bump.
Kensi asks Hetty if she can stay with Deeks in the hospital rather than assist in the investigation of his shooting, as she didn't want to risk not seeing him alive again, as had happened with Vail.
Deeks is also a flirter and he has demonstrated some interest in Kensi on a personal level. In the episode "The Job", while undercover, she had to flirt with a good-looking thief.
Deeks showed jealousy, as noted by Callen and Sam. Kensi is visibly annoyed sometimes when Deeks flirts with other women or when he attempts to use her as a wingman. During some episodes, though, Kensi appears slightly jealous when Deeks flirts with other women or when they come across someone he once had feelings for while undercover. Over time it becomes obvious that Kensi is developing feelings for Deeks, though she often hides them.
Like Deeks, Kensi also has a comic book collection. In the season two episode " Plan B " Kensi earns the nickname Wikipedia for her encyclopedic knowledge.
Kensi's father Donald Blye was part of a special operations unit named "Oscar-Sierra". She is taken into custody by Assistant Director Granger when it is revealed that she was the last person a few Marines contacted before their deaths, although her name is eventually cleared when it becomes apparent that the true killer is a former member of her father's sniper unit who faked his own death.
In season four, Hetty tells Deeks that Kensi lived on the streets for about a year after her father's death. This event appears to have scarred her emotionally, although she has never gone into details as to the events that took place while on the streets.
In the same episode, it is revealed that Kensi joined NCIS innine years after the death of her father. She was 24 years old at the time. Donald Blye died trying to protect an American journalist named Brad Stevens who was about to expose Peter Clairemont chief of the Oscar-Sierra unit who had killed a civilian while intoxicated. At the end of the episode, much to Kensi's surprise, it was revealed that her father and Granger were close associates.
Kensi also has an affinity for Dubstep and techno music. Deeks mentions it early on in season three and she is found listening to it while undercover in episode 22 of season three, "Neighborhood Watch". Season 4[ edit ] In the episode "Parley", while Deeks is undercover with a woman named Monica, Kensi appears jealous of how close Monica is to him.
While Kensi is preparing Monica for a meeting with an arms dealerMonica asks whether being Deeks' partner is enough for her. Kensi seems uptight and tries to avoid answering the question. Monica then goes on to tell her that he can't be trusted; Kensi defends Deeks by saying "I trust him with everything".
Later Kensi goes to talk to Deeks and he asks her if she is good. She replies by saying she is good and asks Deeks the same question. He replies by saying "I'm good if you're good". Though they both say everything is fine between them, they both seem to be lying and are obviously not fine. Season 5[ edit ] In the opening episode of season five, Kensi is both comforted and deeply affected by the fact that Deeks used her as a tether to withstand the torture he had endured.
She is clearly distraught by his lack of response, even to this gesture. After Nate is called to assess Deeks' mental status, it is Kensi who is finally able to give him the sleep he has thus far been unable to attain, when she goes to visit him at his house.
'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 10 Spoilers: When Kensi and Deeks' Wedding Is Happening
In the episode " Recovery ", it is implied that Kensi and Deeks have become intimate after he told her he wanted to be with her at his apartment and she stared at him before walking off, with him following right behind her. However, following their night together in the episode "Frozen Lake", things become awkward and full of tension when their entangled emotions begin to have an effect on their performance during field work.
When Deeks does not take a most-needed shot, Kensi becomes agitated and tells Deeks she is standing on a "frozen lake" and that while she wants what they have more than anything else, it just won't work.
Despite this, at the end of the episode, Kensi tells Deeks they'll find a way to work things out between them, admitting they have a "thing", before asking him to be patient with her as they talk things through.
A part of me feels like she's going to be better at hiding it than him," Ruah says of her character. Instead of giggling and whatever when nobody's looking, I think she's probably going to almost keep her distance more. My husband would talk to me less on set when we started dating than he did before we were dating. It was like, 'I'm going to be so pretending this is not going on that I'm going to ignore you completely, instead of being normal around you.
LA has moved to 10 p. This is, after all, still a police procedural. Their professionalism and their banter and their looks are pretty much similar or the same.
It's just in these little wonderful tidbits that the writers drop for us, such as scenes where they find themselves alone or on a date or whatever it is.
Wedding Bells Will Ring for Deeks & Kensi on 'NCIS: LA' Season 10
Future episodes will explore "navigating a relationship with just the lack of communication skills these two characters have, and their struggle to kind of make anything work," Olsen teases.
That includes spoiler alert the couple's first argument, in the episode airing Feb. But even Olsen and Ruah admit they're not certain about where the relationship is heading. So, when they decided to pull the trigger, the thing everybody else felt watching the show is the same thing I felt reading the show. Like, oh my god, now what? All the questions as an audience, they're asking, I'm asking the same questions. I didn't think it was going to happen for a while, so much so that in interviews they kept asking us, 'What would you like to see happen?