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* Alex Quinn's FreudianExcuse for her constant PTSD about Philadelphia, and leaving field work behind. [[spoiler:She and her then-partner, Shaw were both on their phones while on a stakeout there. Shaw was telling her husband she'd be late coming home, and Quinn herself was having a heated argument with her fiancee. When the former got out of the car to give Quinn privacy, a shoot-out ensued. Quinn, unable to save Shaw, was the only survivor.]]
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* The look on [=McGee=]'s face when he hears [[spoiler: that his estranged father is dying of stage 4 cancer]] is enough to break your heart. Even though it's clear that [=McGee=] [[spoiler: has a very hard time even '''tolerating''' the Admiral, given years of abusive behavior, he still loves his father.]] Of course, finding out said information [[spoiler: standing on the other side of a two way mirror while your father's being interrogated about his whereabouts in a murder case]] was probably one of the worst ways to hear the news

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* The look on [=McGee=]'s face when he hears [[spoiler: that his estranged father is dying of stage 4 cancer]] is enough to break your heart. Even though it's clear that [=McGee=] [[spoiler: has a very hard time even '''tolerating''' the Admiral, given years of abusive behavior, he still loves his father.]] Of course, finding out said information [[spoiler: standing on the other side of a two way mirror while your father's being interrogated about his whereabouts in a murder case]] was probably one of the worst ways to hear the newsnews.
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* In the episode "Heart Break," Kate unwittingly is the 'cop' part of a suspect's SuicideByCop. Due likely in part to her religious background (coming from a Catholic background), she is clearly devastated not only in the fact that she killed an innocent man but that there's no punishment coming to her, since she doing her job and attempting to protect Gibbs from someone she thought was a threat.
* Any time where Abby is less than sunny is jarring, so seeing her almost in tears [[spoiler: going over the late Director Shepard's possessions in the season 5 finale "Judgement Day", regretting not telling her that she always thought her a snappy dresser]] is a sad moment.
** "Judgment Day" - Jenny may have had her issues, but Tony's reaction to [[spoiler:her death, and his intense guilt over not tailing her,]] is absolutely heartbreaking.
** Similarly, when Abby is upset in "Skeletons" because her boyfriend dumped her for being too tall. That in itself is sad enough, but the RealitySubtext is sadder still (his dumping her was a hasty rewrite after the actor playing him died).
** Abby remembering how [[spoiler:she couldn't return a little girl's teddy bear, or prevent her from being taken away from town by her hateful father after her mother's death]] in "Hit and Run" was just too sad.
*** At least this one ended with a beautiful SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}} [[spoiler:(the reading of a fortune cookie fortune that Abby gave Gibbs when they first met)]], which is a real relief for the first new episode after the double whammy of "Shabbat Shalom" and "Shiva."
* On an earlier-season note, "Once A Hero" brought the tears, but for a different reason. Firstly, once [[spoiler:it was clear what had actually happened and that the deceased Marine had been trying to ''save'' a teenaged prostitute before he was killed]], and secondly, somewhat cathartic tears once [[spoiler: they found all the other girls locked in that van]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Gibbs:''' His name was Brian Wright. ''Sergeant'' Brian Wright. United States Marine Corps. Bronze Star, Purple Heart. He ''was'' a hero.]]

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* In the episode "Heart Break," Kate unwittingly is the 'cop' part of a suspect's SuicideByCop. Due likely in part to her religious background (coming from a Catholic background), she is clearly devastated not only in the fact that she killed an innocent man but that there's no punishment coming to her, since she was doing her job and attempting to protect Gibbs from someone she thought was a threat.
* Any time where Abby is less than sunny is jarring, so seeing her almost in tears [[spoiler: going over the late Director Shepard's possessions in the season 5 finale "Judgement Day", regretting not telling her that she always thought her a snappy dresser]] is a sad moment.
** "Judgment Day" - Jenny may have had her issues, but Tony's reaction to [[spoiler:her death, and his intense guilt over not tailing her,]] is absolutely heartbreaking.
** Similarly, when Abby is upset in "Skeletons" because her boyfriend dumped her for being too tall. That in itself is sad enough, but the RealitySubtext is sadder still (his dumping her was a hasty rewrite after the actor playing him died).
** Abby remembering how [[spoiler:she couldn't return a little girl's teddy bear, or prevent her from being taken away from town by her hateful father after her mother's death]] in "Hit and Run" was just too sad.
*** At least this one ended with a beautiful SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}} [[spoiler:(the reading of a fortune cookie fortune that Abby gave Gibbs when they first met)]], which is a real relief for the first new episode after the double whammy of "Shabbat Shalom" and "Shiva."
* On an earlier-season note, "Once A Hero" brought the tears, but for a different reason. Firstly, once [[spoiler:it was clear what had actually happened and that the deceased Marine had been trying to ''save'' a teenaged prostitute before he was killed]], and secondly, somewhat cathartic tears once [[spoiler: they found all the other girls locked in that van]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Gibbs:''' His name was Brian Wright. ''Sergeant'' Brian Wright. United States Marine Corps. Bronze Star, Purple Heart. He ''was'' a hero.]]
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* The last ten minutes or so of the season 6 episode "Dagger". [[spoiler: Lee ends up sacrificing herself so Gibbs could kill the man who was blackmailing her. Then we find out that this was probably the ''best'' outcome for her, as the alternative was life in prison and never being able to see her sister again. Then Gibbs breaks the news to Lee's sister at the end of the episode as he hands her Lee's badge.]]
* At the end of "Silent Night", when Gibbs [[spoiler: convinces a man who has been absent from his daughter's life for nearly two decades to reunite by saying that he would give anything to hug his murdered daughter one more time.]]
* The ending of "Corporal Punishment."
* The beginning of "Engaged Part 1", where Gibbs [[spoiler: dreams about waking up next to Shannon as if nothing had happened.]] He looks so damn happy...
* The season four episode "Dead Man Walking", in which Ziva comes to care for a man who's dying of radiation poisoning, definitely yanks on the heartstrings, particularly with the last scene:
-->'''Roy:''' Would you think you'd have noticed... that I was no longer there? That I'd stopped running.\\
'''Ziva:''' Yes. I would've noticed... I would have missed seeing you.\\
'''Roy:''' But eventually you'd have forgotten me.\\
'''Ziva:''' I won't forget you ''now.''
** And in later episodes she can be seen wearing his orange watchcap when she's out running.
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* The last ten minutes or so of the season 6 Season 2, episode "Dagger". [[spoiler: Lee ends up sacrificing herself 22, "SWAK". Seeing [=DiNozzo=] looking so Gibbs could kill the man who was blackmailing her. Then we find out that this was probably the ''best'' outcome for her, awful as the alternative was life in prison and never being able to see her sister again. Then Gibbs breaks the news to Lee's sister at the end of the episode as he's dying from bubonic plague. [[spoiler:Granted he hands her Lee's badge.DOES live, but still...]]
* Season 2 episode 'Witness', when [=McGee=] gets sent on a solo assignment as a test by Gibbs; the task being to determine whether or not a witness's account of a possible murder is credible. Upon meeting her, he discovers she is a graduate of MIT, same as him, and makes the call to bring the rest of the team in to check out the suspected crime scene. As the episode goes on he forms a bond with the eponymous witness, even flirting with her as he stakes out the crime scene/ apartment across the street from hers. Needless to say, when the killer goes to kill her he is quickly on the scene; however in his haste he forgets to clear the room and gets hit in the head for his troubles. His inability to save her or catch her killer at the scene really does a number on him, to the point where when he inevitably realizes who the killer is, his first reaction is to chase him into traffic, then shove the business end of his Sig in the guys face, with a truly frightening expression of rage on his own. The TearJerker moment? At the end of "Silent Night", when Gibbs [[spoiler: convinces a man who has been absent from his daughter's life for nearly two decades to reunite by saying that he would give anything to hug his murdered daughter one more time.]]
* The ending of "Corporal Punishment."
* The beginning of "Engaged Part 1", where Gibbs [[spoiler: dreams about waking up next to Shannon as if nothing had happened.]] He looks so damn happy...
* The season four
the episode "Dead Man Walking", in he is quietly writing something on his notepad, which Ziva comes Kate and Tony believe is his official report. Instead it is a sympathy letter to care the girl's parents, saying how sorry he is for a man who's dying of radiation poisoning, definitely yanks on the heartstrings, particularly with the last scene:
-->'''Roy:''' Would you think you'd have noticed... that I was no longer there? That I'd stopped running.\\
'''Ziva:''' Yes. I would've noticed... I would have missed seeing you.\\
'''Roy:''' But eventually you'd have forgotten me.\\
'''Ziva:''' I won't forget you ''now.''
** And in later episodes she can be seen wearing his orange watchcap when she's out running.
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** When we learn Gibbs gets his "rules" not from his father, but via flashback from the first time he talked with Shannon.



** Speaking of which, Ziva shooting [[spoiler: Ari. Gibbs' expression of shock and horror as he realises he put her in a position where she had to shoot her ''own brother'', that light touch to her hand as he walks by, and her mourning song...]]
** Especially when straight after the scene shifts to [[spoiler: Kate's funeral]].
* The end of "Honor Code", where scenes of Gibbs working on his boat with Zach are montaged with scenes of Gibbs and Kelly working on the boat.
* When Kate Todd was [[spoiler: killed. And her blood splattered on Tony.]]
** And Gibbs' hallucinations [[spoiler:of Kate]] in the next episode. [[spoiler: "Why me Gibbs? Wasn't taking one bullet enough for you? Why did I have to take two?!" and "Why did I die instead of you?!"]]
** Notable when compared to the others - everyone else is seeing her offering statements of how it's okay and they're going to be all right, even joking around. Gibbs sees her berating him, yelling at him, angry both in general and specifically at him. It makes the finale, of her [[spoiler: in her coffin, gently ribbing him about being late to her funeral,]] turn the tears to ones of joy.
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* When Abby is upset in "Skeletons" because her boyfriend dumped her for being too tall. That in itself is sad enough, but the RealitySubtext is sadder still (his dumping her was a hasty rewrite after the actor playing him died).
* On an earlier-season note, "Once A Hero" brought the tears, but for a different reason. Firstly, once [[spoiler:it was clear what had actually happened and that the deceased Marine had been trying to ''save'' a teenaged prostitute before he was killed]], and secondly, somewhat cathartic tears once [[spoiler: they found all the other girls locked in that van]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Gibbs:''' His name was Brian Wright. ''Sergeant'' Brian Wright. United States Marine Corps. Bronze Star, Purple Heart. He ''was'' a hero.]]
* The season four episode "Dead Man Walking", in which Ziva comes to care for a man who's dying of radiation poisoning, definitely yanks on the heartstrings, particularly with the last scene:
-->'''Roy:''' Would you think you'd have noticed... that I was no longer there? That I'd stopped running.\\
'''Ziva:''' Yes. I would've noticed... I would have missed seeing you.\\
'''Roy:''' But eventually you'd have forgotten me.\\
'''Ziva:''' I won't forget you ''now.''
** And in later episodes she can be seen wearing his orange watchcap when she's out running.
* "Grace Period," from the beginning - [[spoiler: Two agents are lured to an abandoned store as a trap and killed]], to the shocking twist at the conference - [[spoiler: One of the clerics is a terrorist with a bomb strapped to his chest, and Special Agent Cassidy sacrifices herself to stop him.]] The other shock is just the added TearJerker fuel: [[spoiler: Gibbs' team was supposed to be the ones to do the case at the abandoned store, and subsequently would have died.]] The song at the end [[spoiler: Music/{{REM}}'s "Everybody Hurts"]] is just perfect.
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* Any time where Abby is less than sunny is jarring, so seeing her almost in tears [[spoiler: going over the late Director Shepard's possessions in the season 5 finale "Judgement Day", regretting not telling her that she always thought her a snappy dresser]] is a sad moment.
** "Judgment Day" - Jenny may have had her issues, but Tony's reaction to [[spoiler:her death, and his intense guilt over not tailing her,]] is absolutely heartbreaking.
* The ending of "Corporal Punishment."



* The end of "Family", when Tony [[spoiler: finally lets his dreams of a life with Jeanne go.]] Also a double SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, one for the series in general (the parents reunited with their child) and another for Tony and the team showing just how much of a family they've come to be.
** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic "All we are we are..."]]
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* The last ten minutes or so of the season 6 episode "Dagger". [[spoiler: Lee ends up sacrificing herself so Gibbs could kill the man who was blackmailing her. Then we find out that this was probably the ''best'' outcome for her, as the alternative was life in prison and never being able to see her sister again. Then Gibbs breaks the news to Lee's sister at the end of the episode as he hands her Lee's badge.]]
* At the end of "Silent Night", when Gibbs [[spoiler: convinces a man who has been absent from his daughter's life for nearly two decades to reunite by saying that he would give anything to hug his murdered daughter one more time.]]
* When we learn Gibbs gets his "rules" not from his father, but via flashback from the first time he talked with Shannon.



* "Broken Bird": Ducky is forced to face a monster who psychologically tortured him years ago while he served as a doctor in an Afghan refugee camp. But what brought it home was the very end when Ducky returns to work, quieter than ever before, and proceeds to break down in his girlfriend Jordan's arms.
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** Ziva shooting [[spoiler: Ari. Gibbs' expression of shock and horror as he realises he put her in a position where she had to shoot her ''own brother'', that light touch to her hand as he walks by, and her mourning song...]] Especially when straight after the scene shifts to [[spoiler: Kate's funeral]].
* The end of "Family", when Tony [[spoiler: finally lets his dreams of a life with Jeanne go.]] Also a double SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, one for the series in general (the parents reunited with their child) and another for Tony and the team showing just how much of a family they've come to be.
** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic "All we are we are..."]]



* "Broken Bird": Ducky is forced to face a monster who psychologically tortured him years ago while he served as a doctor in an Afghan refugee camp. But what brought it home was the very end when Ducky returns to work, quieter than ever before, and proceeds to break down in his girlfriend Jordan's arms.

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* "Broken Bird": Ducky is forced to face a monster The ending of the episode "Obsession," where Tony starts getting emotionally involved in finding an IntrepidReporter who psychologically tortured him years ago while he served as a doctor in an Afghan refugee camp. But what brought it home disappeared around the same time her Marine brother was killed [[spoiler:by an old KGB-issued poison that was injected into his body, and which has been injected into the very woman's body as well, and for which there is no cure]]. Throughout the episode, Tony finds himself getting more and more connected to the woman, and then eventually he does find her...only, they can't get together after all [[spoiler:since she doesn't have much longer to live after having been injected with said poison]]. The final scene sees Tony going down into Gibb's basement and having this conversation:
-->'''Gibbs:''' How did it go?\\
'''Tony:''' [[spoiler:She went peacefully]].\\
'''Gibbs:''' ''(Pause)'' You okay?\\
'''Tony:''' Not really. ''(Sits down.)''\\
''(Gibbs pours a drink and hands it to Tony, who downs it.)''\\
'''Tony:''' I broke Rule #10. Again. "Never get personally involved in a case."\\
'''Gibbs:''' ''(Sympathetic)'' Yeah. It's the rule I always had the most trouble with.
* The Christmas present [=McGee=] helps give to the nephew of one of Abby's friends at the
end of the episode "Faith". The little boy's mother is in the Navy and currently stationed overseas onboard a destroyer. [=McGee=] sneaks the little boy into [=MTAC=] where he has arranged for a video feed with the mother's ship. The look of surprise and delight on the faces of both mother and son when Ducky returns to work, quieter than ever before, and proceeds to break down they see each other for the first time in his girlfriend Jordan's arms.months.
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* Season 2, episode 22, "SWAK". Seeing [=DiNozzo=] looking so awful as he's dying from bubonic plague. [[spoiler:Granted he DOES live, but still...]]
* The end of "Honor Code", where scenes of Gibbs working on his boat with Zach are montaged with scenes of Gibbs and Kelly working on the boat.
* Pretty much all of [[spoiler:"Life Before His Eyes"]]. Especially when [[spoiler:Gibbs talks to Shannon and Kelly.]]



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* The beginning of "Engaged Part 1", where Gibbs [[spoiler: dreams about waking up next to Shannon as if nothing had happened.]] He looks so damn happy...
* Pretty much all of [[spoiler:"Life Before His Eyes"]]. Especially when [[spoiler:Gibbs talks to Shannon and Kelly.]]



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* Abby remembering how [[spoiler:she couldn't return a little girl's teddy bear, or prevent her from being taken away from town by her hateful father after her mother's death]] in "Hit and Run" was just too sad.
** At least this one ended with a beautiful SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}} [[spoiler:(the reading of a fortune cookie fortune that Abby gave Gibbs when they first met)]], which is a real relief for the first new episode after the double whammy of "Shabbat Shalom" and "Shiva."



* When Kate Todd was [[spoiler: killed. And her blood splattered on Tony.]]
** And Gibbs' hallucinations [[spoiler:of Kate]] in the next episode. [[spoiler: "Why me Gibbs? Wasn't taking one bullet enough for you? Why did I have to take two?!" and "Why did I die instead of you?!"]]
** Notable when compared to the others - everyone else is seeing her offering statements of how it's okay and they're going to be all right, even joking around. Gibbs sees her berating him, yelling at him, angry both in general and specifically at him. It makes the finale, of her [[spoiler: in her coffin, gently ribbing him about being late to her funeral,]] turn the tears to ones of joy.



* "Grace Period," from the beginning - [[spoiler: Two agents are lured to an abandoned store as a trap and killed]], to the shocking twist at the conference - [[spoiler: One of the clerics is a terrorist with a bomb strapped to his chest, and Special Agent Cassidy sacrifices herself to stop him.]] The other shock is just the added TearJerker fuel: [[spoiler: Gibbs' team was supposed to be the ones to do the case at the abandoned store, and subsequently would have died.]] The song at the end [[spoiler: Music/{{REM}}'s "Everybody Hurts"]] is just perfect.



* The look on [=McGee=]'s face when he hears [[spoiler: that his estranged father is dying of stage 4 cancer]] is enough to break your heart. Even though it's clear that [=McGee=] [[spoiler: has a very hard time even '''tolerating''' the Admiral, given years of abusive behavior, he still loves his father.]] Of course, finding out said information [[spoiler: standing on the other side of a two way mirror while your father's being interrogated about his whereabouts in a murder case]] was probably one of the worst ways to hear the news.
* The ending of the episode "Obsession," where Tony starts getting emotionally involved in finding an IntrepidReporter who disappeared around the same time her Marine brother was killed [[spoiler:by an old KGB-issued poison that was injected into his body, and which has been injected into the woman's body as well, and for which there is no cure]]. Throughout the episode, Tony finds himself getting more and more connected to the woman, and then eventually he does find her...only, they can't get together after all [[spoiler:since she doesn't have much longer to live after having been injected with said poison]]. The final scene sees Tony going down into Gibb's basement and having this conversation:
-->'''Gibbs:''' How did it go?\\
'''Tony:''' [[spoiler:She went peacefully]].\\
'''Gibbs:''' ''(Pause)'' You okay?\\
'''Tony:''' Not really. ''(Sits down.)''\\
''(Gibbs pours a drink and hands it to Tony, who downs it.)''\\
'''Tony:''' I broke Rule #10. Again. "Never get personally involved in a case."\\
'''Gibbs:''' ''(Sympathetic)'' Yeah. It's the rule I always had the most trouble with.
* The Christmas present [=McGee=] helps give to the nephew of one of Abby's friends at the end of the episode "Faith". The little boy's mother is in the Navy and currently stationed overseas onboard a destroyer. [=McGee=] sneaks the little boy into [=MTAC=] where he has arranged for a video feed with the mother's ship. The look of surprise and delight on the faces of both mother and son when they see each other for the first time in months.

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* Abby's crisis of faith in "Hit and Run." After the events of the previous two-parter, and the case of the week bringing up memories of her first case, she's off her game, to the point of taking her first sick day ever. Seeing Abby absolutely broken is devastating.
** [=McGee=]'s empathy for her is as bad. It's obvious that he would do anything to help her, even though both realize that this isn't something he can fix.
* The look on [=McGee=]'s face when he hears [[spoiler: that his estranged father is dying of stage 4 cancer]] is enough to break your heart. Even though it's clear that [=McGee=] [[spoiler: has a very hard time even '''tolerating''' the Admiral, given years of abusive behavior, he still loves his father.]] Of course, finding out said information [[spoiler: standing on the other side of a two way mirror while your father's being interrogated about his whereabouts in a murder case]] was probably one of the worst ways to hear the news.
* The ending of the episode "Obsession," where Tony starts getting emotionally involved in finding an IntrepidReporter who disappeared around the same time her Marine brother was killed [[spoiler:by an old KGB-issued poison that was injected into his body, and which has been injected into the woman's body as well, and for which there is no cure]]. Throughout the episode, Tony finds himself getting more and more connected to the woman, and then eventually he does find her...only, they can't get together after all [[spoiler:since she doesn't have much longer to live after having been injected with said poison]]. The final scene sees Tony going down into Gibb's basement and having this conversation:
-->'''Gibbs:''' How did it go?\\
'''Tony:''' [[spoiler:She went peacefully]].\\
'''Gibbs:''' ''(Pause)'' You okay?\\
'''Tony:''' Not really. ''(Sits down.)''\\
''(Gibbs pours a drink and hands it to Tony, who downs it.)''\\
'''Tony:''' I broke Rule #10. Again. "Never get personally involved in a case."\\
'''Gibbs:''' ''(Sympathetic)'' Yeah. It's the rule I always had the most trouble with.
* The Christmas present [=McGee=] helps give to the nephew of one of Abby's friends at the end of the episode "Faith". The little boy's mother is in the Navy and currently stationed overseas onboard a destroyer. [=McGee=] sneaks the little boy into [=MTAC=] where he has arranged for a video feed with the mother's ship. The look of surprise and delight on the faces of both mother and son when they see each other for the first time in months.
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* Abby's crisis of faith in "Hit and Run." After the events of the previous two-parter, and the case of the week bringing up memories of her first case, she's off her game, to the point of taking her first sick day ever. Seeing Abby absolutely broken is devastating.
** [=McGee=]'s empathy for her is as bad. It's obvious that he would do anything to help her, even though both realize that this isn't something he can fix.
* All the way back in the Season 2 episode 'Witness', [=McGee=] gets sent on a solo assignment as a test by Gibbs; the task being to determine whether or not a witness's account of a possible murder is credible. Upon meeting her, he discovers she is a graduate of MIT, same as him, and makes the call to bring the rest of the team in to check out the suspected crime scene. As the episode goes on he forms a bond with the eponymous witness, even flirting with her as he stakes out the crime scene/ apartment across the street from hers. Needless to say, when the killer goes to kill her he is quickly on the scene; however in his haste he forgets to clear the room and gets hit in the head for his troubles. His inability to save her or catch her killer at the scene really does a number on him, to the point where when he inevitably realizes who the killer is, his first reaction is to chase him into traffic, then shove the business end of his Sig in the guys face, with a truly frightening expression of rage on his own. The TearJerker moment? At the end of the episode he is quietly writing something on his notepad, which Kate and Tony believe is his official report. Instead it is a sympathy letter to the girl's parents, saying how sorry he is for not saving her. Damn.


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--->'''Gibbs:''' I don't KNOW Agent Gibbs, I don't WANNA know Agent Gibbs, I want... I want SHANNON! I want... Kelly... ''(sob)'' I miss 'em...

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--->'''Gibbs:''' I'm NOT Agent Gibbs, I don't KNOW Agent Gibbs, I don't WANNA know Agent Gibbs, Gibbs! I want... I want SHANNON! I want... Kelly... ''(sob)'' I miss 'em... God, I miss 'em...



** And Gibbs' hallucinations [[spoiler:of Kate]] in the next episode [[spoiler: "Why me Gibbs? Wasn't taking one bullet enough for you? Why did i have to take two?!" and "Why did I die instead of you?!"]]

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** And Gibbs' hallucinations [[spoiler:of Kate]] in the next episode episode. [[spoiler: "Why me Gibbs? Wasn't taking one bullet enough for you? Why did i I have to take two?!" and "Why did I die instead of you?!"]]
29th Nov '16 4:40:26 PM Bissek
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* Leroy Gibbs and his dad meeting up with Walter Back, the ex-Luffwaffe pilot who saved the latter's life in "Better Angel" by guiding him out of occupied airspace back to England. Without his help, both Gibbs wouldn't have existed. This episode was the last appearance of Jackson Gibbs prior to his portrayer, Ralph Waite, [[AuthorExistenceFailure passing away.]]

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* Leroy Gibbs and his dad meeting up with Walter Back, the ex-Luffwaffe pilot who saved the latter's life in "Better Angel" by guiding him out of occupied airspace back to England. Without his help, both Gibbs wouldn't have existed. This episode was the last appearance of Jackson Gibbs prior to his portrayer, Ralph Waite, [[AuthorExistenceFailure passing away.]]]] Which means that that meeting, with Jackson telling Walter that his son is "the best man I know" may very well have been the last day Gibbs spent with his father.
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* At the end of "The Lost Boys," after [[spoiler:Ned's body]] is repatriated, Gibbs hallucinates several deceased agents, including [[spoiler:Jenny, Kate, and Mike]].
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** This becomes even more of a Tear Jerker when you learn in the next episode that [[spoiler: Trent Kort, a CIA agent he had previously worked with]] was responsible.
28th Aug '16 12:55:46 PM probiewankenobi
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* [[WhamEpisode "Family First"]]. Just "Family First". [[spoiler: Ziva is killed by Trent Kort, leaving Tony grief-stricken throughout, as well as the rest of the team. Even moreso when Tony learns that Ziva left behind their daughter, whom he had never know about until now. And, finally, his decision to leave NCIS.]]

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* [[WhamEpisode "Family First"]]. Just "Family First"."[[Recap/NCISS13E24 Family First]]". [[spoiler: Ziva is killed by Trent Kort, leaving Tony grief-stricken throughout, as well as the rest of the team. Even moreso when Tony learns that Ziva left behind their daughter, whom he had never know about until now. And, finally, his decision to leave NCIS.]]
2nd Jul '16 5:24:29 PM Leaper
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* In "Check", after the death of [[spoiler: Diane Sterling]], Gibbs is in a total BSOD.

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* In "Check", after the death of [[spoiler: Diane Sterling]], Gibbs is in a total BSOD. [[spoiler: Especially bad because the murder was deliberately staged to reenact Kate's death.]]
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