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NCIS Los Angeles Season 4: Abbie Cobb’s Recurring Role Pairs Her With Kensi
I’m not afraid to admit I’m more than a little stumped by the recent casting of Abbie Cobb on NCIS: Los Angeles. It has nothing to do with Cobb herself, but everything to with the character she’s playing. I long ago became used to the fact most casting announcements come with next to no information in order to keep their Internet saavy audiences guessing, but occasionally the lack of information just confuses the hell out of me, and Cobb’s casting is just one such occasion. But before I get into just why I find it so confounding, let’s at least get through the unhelpful info.
According to TVLine, Cobb snagged the potentially recurring role of Astrid, a young woman who turns up to rattle Agent Kensi Blye’s cage. Head honcho Shane Brennan said Astrid would make her first appearance in Episode 2 where a relationship begins to form between herself and Kensi. Correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t that sound just a tad contradicting? At first it sounds like Astrid is going to be a thorn in Kensi’s side, but then it talks of them actually bonding? I can’t be the only person confused by these descriptions, right? Do they start out as pals only for Astrid to get under Kensi’s skin in some way?