|No from Me
Author: peppe1951 PM
Summary: Gibbs takes Tony is hand for his actions in Bloodbath.Rated: Fiction T - English - Leroy Jethro Gibbs & Tony D. - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,775 - Reviews: 9 - Favs: 14 - Follows: 3 - Published: 10-18-08 - Status: Complete - id: 4602589
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No…from Me 1
Warning: Disciplining of an adult. Don't like? Don't read!
Disclaimer: NCIS belongs to CBS and Paramount; I only write about them.
Tony is entertaining himself by destroying McGee's calendar. He reads each quote before tearing it out, balling it up and throwing it in the vicinity of McGee's trash can. There are several balls of paper surrounding the trash can.
It isn't until Tony tells McGee that he has a nice calendar that Tim realizes what Tony has been doing and reacts angrily.
"That's mine, give it back!"
"Relax, this stuff will melt only your mind….its not good for you and will make you weak," replied Tony as he continued to thumb through the desk calendar.
"It was a gift," Tim replies as he reaches for the calendar.
"Who from?" asks Tony, "your wet nurse," as he pantomimes the actions of a wet nurse.
"NO! From Me," replies the Gibbs as he steps closer to Tony, glaring intently at the agent.
Tony froze like a deer caught in the headlights of a car. Tony tensed waiting for the head slap he knows Gibbs will give him.
Gibbs continues to stare as he asks his team for an update. Ziva and Tim can give him no clear answers but Tony moving slowly out of reach of his boss speaks up quickly eager to get in the good graces of his boss again.
"I want to draw your attention to the plasma screen in the middle of the room," Tony says as he picks up the remote device. All eyes are fixed on the screen as he shows them the scenes from the blood splatters on the room.
"Take a look at the drips on the wall. Do you notice anything?" Tony asks to the team.
McGee picks up on it right away and replies, "They're emanating from a central point," to the dismay of Tony. He was going to say that.
Tony repeats Tim's conclusion and then adds, "Then there is the TV. It looks like it was knocked off the bureau in a struggle of some sort, right? Except Abby found CRT shards in the bath mat."
"So, what does that prove?" asks Ziva.
"The television was laid on the floor and covered with a bath mat to muffle the sound when he broke it. The crime scene was staged, Boss. I believe that the victims were killed some place else," concluded Tony with a huge smile.
"That's good work, Tony," acclaim Gibbs to his senor agent and Tony beams with praise.
Gibbs paused before adding, "Tony, you're with me," and moves towards the interrogating rooms pausing for a moment at his desk. Gibbs opens his desk drawer and searches for a moment before taking something out and continuing on.
"I'm on your six, Boss," replies Tony as he hurries away leaving McGee and Ziva to ponder the reason.