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."I don't get the scripts until a couple weeks before you guys see them on TV, so I'm just as emotionally invested in this relationship and where it's going as the audience is," Olsen admits."Will they, won't they --I thought that would go on for 10 seasons. All the questions as an audience, they're asking, I'm asking the same questions."Adds Ruah: "It was a surprise to me when they wrote that Kensi had that conversation in the Christmas episode with Deeks.She enrolled in the Lee Strasburg Theater and Film Institute to complete her acting education and try to break into the U. In fact, it's going to be an exciting time on the set in general.
The Instagram photo she shared to spread the good news shows her, Olsen, and their 2-year-old son, River Issac Ruah Olsen.
In the photo, the family is all working out together.
this season, fans shouldn't expect a lot of hot and heavy Densi scenes.
This is, after all, still a police procedural."They have to keep it serious and professional at work," Ruah notes.
"There's not a great, if any, distinction in the scenes that we did prior to dating officially to post-dating officially.
Their professionalism and their banter and their looks are pretty much similar or the same.
"There was this, we're not ready to tell people yet.
We're not ready to make this a thing for other people to deal with.
And then eventually you get comfortable."Very few people manage to hold a balance when something so big transitions in your life. A part of me feels like she's going to be better at hiding it than him," Ruah says of her character.
"I think she'll almost go the opposite side of the pendulum.
Ruah is due in the fall, and, in the meantime, her stunt double will be working overtime.