|The Follow Up
Author: peppe1951 PM
Summary: Tony has one of his questions expertly answered by Gibbs. Spoiler: Heartland. Warning: Disciplining of an adult. Don’t like? Don’t read! Some of the conversation in the story comes from the episode Heartland.Rated: Fiction T - English - Leroy Jethro Gibbs & Tony D. - Chapters: 4 - Words: 3,393 - Reviews: 20 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 5 - Published: 10-19-08 - Status: Complete - id: 4606134
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The Follow Up 1
Summary: Tony has one of his questions expertly answered by Gibbs. Spoiler: Heartland. Warning: Disciplining of an adult. Don't like? Don't read! Some of the conversation in the story comes from the episode Heartland.
Disclaimer: NCIS belongs to CBS and Paramount; I only write about them.
Tony: Jack, I've gotta know some things. I've got a lot of questions.
Gibbs: You can have two DiNozzo.
Tony: Where do I start?
Gibbs: You've got one left.
Tony: Well that doesn't count…okay.
Tony thought quickly and blurted out, "How did you punish him when he was a kid?"
"I paddled him when he was younger but had to resort to another method when he got older," replied Jackson.
"What method was that…OW," cried Tony as Gibbs' hand made contact with the back of his head.
"I said you could only have two, DiNozzo," growled Gibbs.
Jackson considered the interaction between the two men before asking Tony, "Does he do that to you often?"
Tony was about to reply when he suddenly remembered the earlier smack and nodded, looking down at the road.
"Does it work as good on him as it did on you?" Jackson asked of his son with a smile.
"Yep…it gets him motivated to do his work," replied Gibbs with a smile.
Tony looked up in astonishment and asked, "He…he learned that from you?"
Jackson nodded and said, "Oh yeah; I found that type of motivation to work wonders during Leroy's pre-teen years. And if he didn't want to experience the follow-up he would straightened up quite well," Jackson added seriously.
"The follow-up," Tony repeated as he danced out of Gibbs' reach, "what was that?"