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What do te think the "G" stands for in Callen's namw?

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phoenix9409 said:
I like "Gavril" russian for "Gabriel" which means "warrior of God".
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joejonasislove said:
I think Gary cause Gary Callen sounds about right lol.
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sexsiharley said:
i like greg
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ineedcoffee said:
watch the first episode and te find that the G is just that G he was never dato a full name he was born and the just gave him an initial, he is an orphan and all he was dato was the letter G. I believe this will be a running part of the story all season.
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SilverPanther said:
I don't know. Since in the season finales on "original" NCIS, really big things happen, (main characters getting killed, main characters leaving the team, etc.) I'm guessing/hoping that during the season finale of this season, they might reveal what the "G" stands for.
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Kenzie138 said:
I think Gage o Grant
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fionacarter said:
I think that Callen is Irish.

So the G stands for "Grady."
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 I think that Callen is Irish. So the G stands for "Grady."
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LauraahFTW said:
Well as a young child he was living in Romania (Evident in the season 2 finale) so i dont really think the name would be english/american origin, but if it did, my mom thinks George, i Think Gregory o Graham :L
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fred181h said:
Idk
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Bdog99 said:
Since he is from Romania, I think Gustav sounds right
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alinuta said:
I think G comes from George o Gheorghe since he is born in Romania (and I am also from Romania).
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