'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 11 Episode 3 gives us all the Densi feels in one of the funniest team-ups on the show

Newlyweds Deeks and Kensi have a new assignment: babysitting a grown man in his undergarments, while his hands and legs are tied and his mouth is duct-taped


                            'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 11 Episode 3 gives us all the Densi feels in one of the funniest team-ups on the show

This article contains spoilers for Season 11 Episode 3.

Season 11 Episode 3 of 'NCIS: Los Angeles' might have just given fans the most hilarious episode ever and some undefeatable relationship goals through our favorite crime-fighting duo — Deeks and Kensi.

This week's episode synopsis states that "Callen and Sam run protection detail for retired Navy Admiral Kilbride (Gerald McRaney) in an operation to locate a missing Naval intelligence officer."

And in this protection, NCIS Junior Field Agent Kensi Blye brings in her signature snark, and packing on the newlywed, but still, sharp humor is her husband Marty Deeks, an LAPD/NCIS Liaison Detective.

We have watched them engage in banter while kicking ass like pros, but in this episode, they take things to a whole other level when they have to basically babysit a man in his underwear.



 

When things go awry and their prime leverage overdoses, his unconscious, possibly dead body is lodged in the same room where Kensi and Deeks are lodging the "big baby" the couple has to babysit on this episode.

When their big baby expresses concerns about inhaling the same toxins that killed the dead person in the room, Kensi — before exiting the room with the rest of the team — suggests "Why don't you hold your breath?" and locks the door behind her.

This comes after a full session of the husband-wife duo toying with their new prisoner — well, specifically Deeks being Deeks and a quipping wisecrack just to mess with their prisoner, while Kensi just rolls her eyes in bitter condescension, or out of eternal love — we'll never know.

Taking notice of this hilarious repertoire, fans took to Twitter to express how excellent the episode was in terms of striking a balance between suspense and comedy. One user shared: "This #NCISLA episode has a little bit of everything. My favorite kind of episode."

Another fan chimed in all praises for Deeks and Kensi, tweeting: "Having #Densi as your backup is always the best plan!"

You can't really blame them, considering this is what our favourite crime-solving butt-kicking couple were up to in today's episode:



 

 

'NCIS: Los Angeles' airs on Sundays at 9 pm only on CBS.

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