|Mormon Movie Marathon
Author: Agent LastWish PM
Tony has seen a lot of movies. But has he ever seen a Mormon movie? Hilarity ensues. Two-shot, R&R! Now complete!Rated: Fiction K - English - Humor/Friendship - Tony D. - Chapters: 2 - Words: 2,136 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 07-21-11 - Published: 07-03-11 - Status: Complete - id: 7142772
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I know I promised to post this the next day, but I swear I totally forgot about. And my parents just got divorced so it's been really hard for me lately. Sorry about that... please enjoy!
Tony walked up to Courtney's doorstep and knocked on the door. "Hey!" Courtney said when she answered the door. "Where's Terminator?" She asked.
Tony blushed and shrugged. "They didn't have any cleaned up versions of it."
Courtney smiled sadly. "Probably could have told you that." she took his hand. "Hey, come on! I've got all of the movies set up."
Tony followed her inside promptly. There was some Coke and popcorn on the counter. Courtney opened up one of the cases and put Baptists at our Barbeque in the DVD player. Tony thought the movie was probably the weirdest movie he'd ever seen in his life, but he was OK with that. He honestly thought that The RM was just as weird. But he really liked The Singles Ward and Passage to Zarahemla. Mostly because he could sort of relate.
Tony and Courtney were in the middle of Johnny Lingo when Courtney looked up and noticed something. "Are you crying?" she asked.
Tony looked at her. "No!" He denied.
Actually, with every movie, Tony began to learn more and more about the Mormon religion, and respect it. He eventually got more comfortable, it didn't feel as awkward. Actually, he got so comfortable, that he actually started to yell at the TV during Turn Around. By the end of the day, Tony had earned some serious respect for the Mormon. No drinking? Man, they're hard core! Out of all of the movies, Tony decided that The Best Two Years was his favorite movie.
"So how'd you like my 'Mormon Movies'?" Courtney asked.
Tony smiled. "Yeah!" He said. He finally understood the light he saw in Courtney's eyes.
Courtney hugged his arm. "Hey, would you want to… maybe come to church tomorrow with me?" she asked.
Tony hesitated. Mormon movies were one thing? Church? "Um…" He couldn't say no to her! He loved her! More than he's loved Jeanne. "Yeah I guess…"
"Great! I'll pick you up at 11:45 am, ok?" she asked.
Tony nodded. What had he gotten himself into?
Tony walked into the Bull Pen, early Monday morning. Ziva and McGee were already there, arguing about some events that took place at a Bar the previous day.
"I was not making out with him, McGee!" Ziva yelled.
"Well it wasn't a just a kiss, that's for sure." McGee snorted.
"Whoa, what's all this I heard about kissing?" Tony asked.
"I saw Ziva making out with Sarah's friend's older brother last night at a bar. And if Sarah find's out, she'll kill me!"
"Why?" Tony asked.
"I don't know! She's a vicious kid!" McGee stated.
"I was not making out!" Ziva yelled.
"No, why were you at a bar last night? Don't you have some video game to play? Besides, last night was Sunday!" Tony stated.
"So?" McGee asked.
Tony shook his head. "Never mind."
"Gibbs wants one of us to go interrogate the suspect." McGee said.
"You mean, Mrs. Shawn?" Ziva asked, and groaned. The woman was the most vicious woman any of them had ever met in their lives. She had this gigantic mole in the middle of her forehead, that almost made McGee puke. "I vote Tony goes." she said, quickly.
"I second that notion." McGee said.
"Are you kidding? She looks like Johnny Lingo's wife, pre-eight cows." He shivered.
"Who?" Ziva and McGee asked at the same time.
"Johnny Lingo! You know? Mahana you ugly!" He quoted. After seeing the confused expressions on their faces, he sighed. "You guys should come over to my place sometime. I have a couple of movies you guys should see." He smiled.