|Reviews for Psychological Autopsy|
| Guest chapter 3 . 12/12/2017
There is making mean comments and being hard on tony and then there is comparing him to fucking killers gibbs 2 very different things
| bookgirl113 chapter 4 . 6/9/2016
Here's the thing, Gibbs. Tony may tease McGee, but he would never intentionally say something to hurt him, which is more than you can say for McGee's barbs. Maybe there needs to be some other apologizing going on, yeah?
| bjq chapter 7 . 1/20/2016
| Elanshaw chapter 7 . 5/10/2015
The title of your story is a perfect choice.
Tony and Gibbs autopsying their relationship and their personalities.
This was really well done and a very good read.
| lmill123 chapter 4 . 10/16/2014
Have you ever noticed that Gibbs is quick to pick up some insulting remarks that Tony makes to Tim but never says a word about all the hateful and spiteful comments that Tim and Ziva and yes even Abby make to Tony, but unlike Gibbs, Tony does it to their faces so that they can say something back. He does not make hateful comments behind their backs and as we have all heard from time to time they have all done it to Tony behind his back. Tim thinks Probie is an insult, you have to wonder why Gibbs never mentioned how Franks still calls him probie to McGee. Also most of Tony's put downs and insults to Tim have always been about things he has done and never once about his skills and intellegence as Gibbs has heard Tim , Ziva and Abby make about Tony. Most of Tony's are said as a joke or in jest, just as he gives everyone he likes nicknames. While what the others usually say were mostly nothing more than hateful and cruel all ment to cause Tony emotional pain.
| Ghostwriter chapter 7 . 10/8/2014
Awesome work. Catch ya on the flip side.
| Guest chapter 7 . 8/27/2013
Too forgiving Tony
He should have just quit!
| TriggerHappyJax chapter 7 . 3/28/2013
Just found this story today...I really love the interaction between Gibbs & Tony. A great read! Thanks!
| Visitor chapter 7 . 7/26/2012
Just came across this story and found it very enjoyable.
| Laura-trekkie chapter 5 . 3/4/2010
Nope, Gibbs isn't going to like this, but he asked and he needs to hear it if he wants to keep Tony on his team.
| Laura-trekkie chapter 4 . 3/4/2010
Well, it's a start on Gibbs' part, but I'm not totally sure that pointing out Tony's own comments towards McGee and Palmer is quite the right thing to do in this situation. Certainly it won't hurt for Tony to be aware of how some of his comments sting a bit, but while he's feeling so out of sorts and off balance is maybe not the right time, especially as Gibbs has taken all the attention off of his own comment and deflected it onto Tony. I get the message he was sending, but I guess we'll see whether Gibbs has made it better or worse in the next chapter. At least he can see that he's not miraculously fixed things with that one conversation.
| Laura-trekkie chapter 2 . 3/4/2010
"Oh dear" indeed :(. Poor Tony. Even knowing the words were meant in jest, his insecurities would make him dwell on it and pick it apart until he got himself into a worse state. And, of course, Gibbs' unwillingness to just set Tony straight and deal with it all would make it worse.
I guess we'll see Gibbs' thoughts next... Does he realise he's made a mess of things? Will seeing the awards on his desk clue him in?
| Jogy96 chapter 7 . 10/1/2009
awesome story that didn't get all soppy at the end
thanks for sharing :)
| Laura-trekkie chapter 7 . 3/19/2009
This was a great character study. Tony really does take some unnecessary flack from the team. Yes, he can be all the things they accuse him of being- juvenile, arrogant, boastful. Sometimes his teasing skates close to the line. Yet, the team aften allow that to cloud their view- they fail to notice the hard work, the investigative skill, the way he can get people to talk to him, witness and suspect alike, the way he runs interference between angry!Gibbs and his teammates.
They don't have Tony's skill with teasing, especially McGee, Ziva and Kate. Where Tony steps close to the line between teasing and cruel, they often step over it in their quest to one-up him. Where he teases to help shape them into better, more resilient agents, they often tease him just to get a rise, to hurt him in revenge for percieved slights.
I liked how Tony reacted in this story to all of these things; finally making the others see that he could be pushed so far, further than any of them would manage, but even Tony's cheerful outlook will eventually crumble. I particularly liked his conversation with Gibbs. I'm glad they really talked about stuff and that they both revealed things about their feelings, things that the other had misread or taken for granted. I'm sure it will allow them a better relationship.
On a more technical matter, I'd like to offer some mild con-crit, if you will accept it. I don't know whether you have a beta reader, but I would suggest you get one if not. While there was nothing by any means bad enough to make me stop reading, I did notice multiple times when you jumped between past and present tense and some instances where you had the wrong word. One example that springs to mind is when you meant 'seeing', but said 'see'. Nothing terrible, nothing even really wrong, but something a beta reader could catch for you. All writers have these little slips, myself included, so it's always wise to have a second pair of eyes to check it over, because the spellchecker won't pick up that type of mistake, as the wrong word is spelled correctly. I hope you will take this in the spirit in which it was meant- namely trying to be helpful.
| iamkagomeiloveinuyasha chapter 2 . 3/9/2009
aww poor Tony