History Fridge / NCIS

4th Apr '18 2:28:20 PM JJHIL325
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* In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment. Everyone freaks out at the realization that Tim and Delilah have been sleeping--and, you know, ''not'' sleeping--over a friggin '''''CORPSE''''' (and even worse, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[spoiler: Delilah and Tim's child was conceived]] before the body was removed). But it gets even worse when you remember that the apartment used to be Tony's. Which means that for almost '''''15 years''''', he (and his, ahem, overnight guests) have been sleeping and not sleeping over that thing too. It would have been nice to know his reaction to that.

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* In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment. Everyone freaks out at the realization that Tim and Delilah have been sleeping--and, you know, ''not'' sleeping--over a friggin '''''CORPSE''''' (and even worse, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[spoiler: Delilah and Tim's child was twins were conceived]] before the body was removed). But it gets even worse when you remember that the apartment used to be Tony's. Which means that for almost '''''15 years''''', he (and his, ahem, overnight guests) have been sleeping and not sleeping over that thing too. It would have been nice to know his reaction to that.
23rd Feb '18 7:28:33 PM DrOO7
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* In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. You mean. . .for almost '''''15 years''''' (and maybe even longer), Tony (and his, ahem, overnight guests) and now [=McGee=] have been sleeping--and you-know-what else--over a '''''CORPSE'''''?!
** And, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[spoiler: Delilah and Tim's child was conceived]] before the body was removed.

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* In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. You mean. . .for almost '''''15 years''''' (and maybe even longer), Tony (and his, ahem, overnight guests) apartment. Everyone freaks out at the realization that Tim and now [=McGee=] Delilah have been sleeping--and you-know-what else--over sleeping--and, you know, ''not'' sleeping--over a '''''CORPSE'''''?!
** And,
friggin '''''CORPSE''''' (and even worse, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[spoiler: Delilah and Tim's child was conceived]] before the body was removed.removed). But it gets even worse when you remember that the apartment used to be Tony's. Which means that for almost '''''15 years''''', he (and his, ahem, overnight guests) have been sleeping and not sleeping over that thing too. It would have been nice to know his reaction to that.
19th Feb '18 8:39:22 PM DrOO7
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* There are actually some major [[PlotHole plot holes]] in Tony and Jeanne's romance. She never notices that (a) She hasn't met any of his friends or family? (b) She's never been to visit him at his job? (c) She's never been to his place? In RealLife, these are warning signs that a woman is actually the "other woman" rather than a legitimate girlfriend.
27th Oct '17 10:23:33 PM JJHIL325
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* In "What Lies Above", Quinn is the only one on the team who didn't know about the triple homicide that took place 15 years ago in the apartment that Tony (and now Tim and Deliah) own before the events of the episode. That makes sense when you remember that she was the only one who wasn't competing for Tony's old apartment in "Home of the Brave", so she wouldn't have needed to know why place was so cheap.
27th Sep '17 4:09:48 PM DrOO7
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\n* There's some considerable Fridge Horror at one point in "House Divided" when one of Gibbs' and [=McGee=]'s captors bangs on their cell door with a baseball bat and Gibbs jumps back fearfully. Just how many beatings has he taken from that bat that he would react like that?

24th Sep '17 9:52:21 PM Jellybean12
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** Also counts as FridgeHorror, as that means Tony lived there for ''years'' with a dead body beneath his floorboards.
24th Sep '17 9:42:13 PM Jellybean12
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** Also counts as FridgeHorror, as that means Tony lived there for ''years'' with a dead body beneath his floorboards.
24th Sep '17 9:39:48 PM Jellybean12
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\n* In Season 8's "Pyramid," Ziva is kidnapped by the Port-to-Port Killer, mostly as a distraction. Tony and Gibbs are ''livid,'' and both end up threatening Trent Kort with bodily harm, as he is the one who possibly sent her into a trap. They (or at least, Tony) gets called out on the excessive response, but it's not until Tony says "It's just different for some of us" that you realize it's been only about a year and a half since Somalia, and it's probably bringing back some horrible memories of the ''last'' time Ziva went missing.

21st May '17 11:41:59 AM AFP
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** Except that the person who hid the body was adapt prepping skins and bodies for long term storage. He was caught with bodies he didn't have time to prep, unlike the one in the floor in which he had days or at least a few weeks to prep for storage in the floor making sure it wouldn't smell or possibly even decompose.

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** Except that the person who hid the body was adapt prepping skins and bodies for long term storage. He was caught with bodies he didn't have time to prep, unlike the one in the floor in which he had days or at least a few weeks to prep for storage in the floor making sure it wouldn't smell or possibly even decompose.decompose.
* The pilot episode, "Yankee White", makes a big deal of the JurisdictionFriction between the FBI, Secret Service, and NCIS during the investigation of a naval officer's death aboard Air Force One. It's mildly puzzling that Air Force OSI didn't manage to get in on it as well, since there would be an AFOSI detachment at McConnell Air Force Base, located in Wichita, Kansas (compare to NCIS, which had to take two flights from the East Coast to get there). On that note, it's never really explained why Air Force One put down at a civilian airport in Wichita, rather than at the Air Force Base, where the plane (and the President) could be better secured and protected.
21st May '17 11:35:23 AM AFP
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** It also works as a MythologyGag, as it seems "Yankee White" used the same set to film on as was used in ''Film/AirForceOne''.
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