History TearJerker / NCIS

5th Jun '17 7:39:10 PM JJHIL325
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* In "After Hours", [=McGee=] gets distracted by the anomalies in the current case they're investigating and violates the agreement that he and Deliah would only talk about work for one minute. Deliah gets angry with him at this, and then they end up fighting over it. When they go to bed that night, after things calmed down, Deliah admits that she got so upset because she's scared about work being the only thing the two of them end up talking about. Since the two of them are from different governmental agencies, [[PoorCommunicationKills their might be a time when they're not allowed to divulge anything to each other]], and that's part of the reason why Ellie and Jake's marriage fell apart.

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* In "After Hours", [=McGee=] gets distracted by the anomalies in the current case they're investigating and violates the agreement that he and Deliah would only talk about work for one minute. Deliah gets angry with him at this, and then they end up fighting over it. When they go to bed that night, after things calmed down, Deliah admits that she got so upset because she's scared about work being the only thing the two of them end up talking about. Since the two of them are from different governmental agencies, [[PoorCommunicationKills their might be a time when they're not allowed to divulge anything to each other]], and that's part of the reason why Ellie and Jake's marriage fell apart. This shows that Bishop and the Team weren't the only ones hurt by Jake's betrayal, and the whole thing has gotten Deliah worried about something similar happening between her and [=McGee=].
24th May '17 7:52:34 PM JJHIL325
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* In "Rekindled", Tony meets up with an arson investigator named Jason King he met when the latter was nine years old. Tony appears to be uncomfortable around Jason, and Jason isn't too happy to see him and appears to hold a grudge against him for an unspecified incident with his sister. When the others probe, Tony reveals that twenty years ago, [[spoiler: when in Baltimore for a Final Four game, he was taking a walk trying to clear his head when he saw a townhouse being consumed by an arson fire and heard Jason's calls for help. Tony managed to free Jason from his room, but then he heard Jason's four-year-old sister Amy trapped in her room. Tony tried to get there to save her, but the burning infrastructire and the wires that fell from the ceiling blocked the door. At that point, [[SadisticChoice Tony was forced to choose between saving Jason and letting Amy die or risk all three of them burning up to save Amy]]. Tony chose to save Jason. The flashback to Jason begging Tony to go back as they ran out makes it even worse, and you can tell Tony was NOT happy with being forced to abandon Amy]].
** What makes this even worse is that Jason reveals to Abby that [[spoiler:they had never caught the arsonist. So the fact that he chose to be an arson investigator means that he wanted to help prevent people from suffering the same fate his little sister did]].
** During the end, [[spoiler:Tony tells Jason that there was nothing he could have done to save his sister, and that he learned that night that he couldn't save everybody that he crossed paths with. However, the fact that he managed to save Jason was his inspiration for becoming a cop, because for once in his life, he actually made a difference. Tony then tells Jason that while Amy was gone, they were still here and that they could still focus on the people that they could save. Jason promises he'll try, and they part on better terms.]]

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* In "Rekindled", Tony meets up with an arson investigator named Jason King he met when the latter was nine years old. Tony appears to be uncomfortable around Jason, and Jason isn't too happy to see him and appears to hold a grudge against him for an unspecified incident with his sister. When the others probe, Tony reveals that twenty years ago, [[spoiler: when in Baltimore for a Final Four game, he was taking a walk trying to clear his head when he saw a townhouse being consumed by an arson fire and heard Jason's calls for help. Tony managed to free Jason from his room, but then he heard Jason's four-year-old sister Amy trapped in her room. Tony tried to get there to save her, but the burning infrastructire and the wires that fell from the ceiling blocked the door.door and the fire was getting even more out of control. At that point, [[SadisticChoice Tony was forced to choose between saving Jason and letting Amy die or risk all three of them burning up to save Amy]]. Tony chose to save Jason. The flashback to [[WhyCouldntYouSaveThem Jason begging Tony to go back as they ran out out]] makes it even worse, and you can tell Tony was NOT happy with being forced to abandon Amy]].
Amy. When Tony and Jason finally talk things out at the end of the episode, Tony makes it clear that there was nothing he could have done to save her and that night forced him to learn that he couldn't save everybody.
** What makes this even worse is that Jason reveals to Abby that [[spoiler:they they had never caught the arsonist. So the fact that he chose to be an arson investigator means that he wanted to help prevent people from suffering the same fate his little sister did]].
** During the end, [[spoiler:Tony tells Jason that there was nothing he could have done to save his sister, and that he learned that night that he couldn't save everybody that he crossed paths with. However, the fact that he managed to save Jason was his inspiration for becoming a cop, because for once in his life, he actually made a difference. Tony then tells Jason that while Amy was gone, they were still here and that they could still focus on the people that they could save. Jason promises he'll try, and they part on better terms.]]
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20th May '17 5:55:18 PM DrOO7
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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...

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* The beginning of "Engaged "Engaged, Part 1", where Gibbs [[spoiler: dreams about waking up next to Shannon as if nothing had happened.]] He looks so damn happy...happy...
** His expression and the gasp he lets out when he wakes up for real.
* "Engaged, Part 2". Gibbs' flashbacks of the female recruit he had a crush on. The fact that he's still affected by ''her'' death indicating that he may have loved her just as much as Shannon.
12th May '17 8:37:40 PM JJHIL325
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* Gibbs teaming up with the son of the Marine killed trying to protect his wife and daughter. We've spent so much time focusing on the loss of Shannon and Kelly that we've completely forgotten that someone else lost a loved one too. He never outright tries to stop the guy, but warns him of what he knows only too well--avenging his father won't bring him back.

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* Gibbs teaming up with the son of the Marine killed trying to protect his wife and daughter. We've spent so much time focusing on the loss of Shannon and Kelly that we've completely forgotten that someone else lost a loved one in that accident too. He never outright tries to stop the guy, but warns him of what he knows only too well--avenging his father won't bring him back.


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* In "Keep Going", the {{Victim Of The Week}}'s son, Ryan, blames himself for his father's death because he feels as if he wouldn't have been hit by that car if Ryan didn't need money due to being laid off the previous day. As a result, he climbs onto the ledge of a nearby building so he can throw himself off of it. Palmer is the first one of the NCIS team to notice Ryan on that ledge, rushes up there despite his fear of heights, and hangs onto him for the entire episode [[TalkingDownTheSuicidal in order to talk him down]]. [[spoiler: It makes Gibbs catching the road rager that killed Ryan's dad, and Palmer ultimately talking him out of suicide, all the sweeter]].
12th May '17 8:26:59 PM JJHIL325
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* In "After Hours", [=McGee=] gets distracted by the anomalies in the current case they're investigating and violates the agreement that he and Deliah would only talk about work for one minute. Deliah gets upset with this, and then they end up fighting over it. When they go to bed that night, Deliah admits that she's scared about work being the only thing they end up talking about because that's part of the reason why Ellie and Jake's marriage fell apart.

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* In "After Hours", [=McGee=] gets distracted by the anomalies in the current case they're investigating and violates the agreement that he and Deliah would only talk about work for one minute. Deliah gets upset angry with him at this, and then they end up fighting over it. When they go to bed that night, after things calmed down, Deliah admits that she got so upset because she's scared about work being the only thing they the two of them end up talking about because about. Since the two of them are from different governmental agencies, [[PoorCommunicationKills their might be a time when they're not allowed to divulge anything to each other]], and that's part of the reason why Ellie and Jake's marriage fell apart.
11th May '17 7:32:00 PM GrammarNavi
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* In "Something Blue," McGee's nervous breakdown after [[spoiler:Delilah collapses under the pressure of their wedding preparations, and has to be hospitalized.]] Luckily, Gibbs is able to talk him down and she turns out to be fine.

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* In "Something Blue," McGee's [=McGee=]'s nervous breakdown after [[spoiler:Delilah collapses under the pressure of their wedding preparations, and has to be hospitalized.]] Luckily, Gibbs is able to talk him down and she turns out to be fine.
10th May '17 8:46:09 PM Sane_Spinster
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* In "Something Blue," McGee's nervous breakdown after [[spoiler:Delilah collapses under the pressure of their wedding preparations, and has to be hospitalized.]] Luckily, Gibbs is able to talk him down and she turns out to be fine.
30th Apr '17 9:29:20 PM JJHIL325
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* In "After Hours", [=McGee=] gets distracted by the anomalies in the current case they're investigating and violates the agreement that he and Deliah would only talk about work for one minute. Deliah gets upset with this, and then they end up fighting over it. When they go to bed that night, Deliah admits that she's scared about work being the only thing they end up talking about because that's part of the reason why Ellie and Jake's marriage fell apart.
29th Apr '17 12:26:14 PM JJHIL325
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* In "Devil's Triad", the head of the money laundering scam the team, the FBI, and the Secret Service is investigating kidnaps Emily, Fornell and Diane's daughter, as ransom for the money the team confiscated. While Emily is saved and the guy gets caught at the end, both Diane and Fornell, despite their constant arguments, are [[AdultFear completely out of their minds with worry]] during the final quarter of the episode and are trying to comfort each other the best they can.
4th Apr '17 5:58:36 PM StarTropes
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* The end of "A Bowl of Cherries" has Quinn's mother forced to accept the fact that she's coming down with Alzheimer's.
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