NCIS Doesn't Stand For-Chap 5More Like This
Chapter Five, I Want to Believe:
Tony would have liked to stay with Sam longer, to help her and try to find out if she knew more than she was letting on, but Ziva had called and said that Gibbs wanted him back in the office ASAP. Something about him and Ziva comparing notes on what he had learned from Sam and what she had found out by searching the database. It's cause Gibbs is worried she's in league with Thompson, he thought bitterly.
"She said that he had sworn off human blood." He stated.
"How do you know she wasn't lying?" Ziva asked.
"How do you know she is?" He countered. It felt as though everyone around him was against the scaly girl and he was trying to prove them wrong.
"Forget it." She snapped. "What else did Miss Martin say?"
"She said he was kind to her." Tony reported. "She was going to be evicted and he was going to speak to the superintendent about it."
"Vampires cannot consume mutant blood, so he would befriend her as he would not view her as food." Ziva said, soundin
NCIS Does Not Stand For...Ch 3More Like This
Chapter Three, Vampiric Suspect:
"Hey McGee." Abby greeted cheerfully, giving him a hug when he walked in.
"Hey Abby. Ducky says you have something for us." He said, peering around the lab. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary; the computers were in place, her Caf-Pow! sat by her keyboard alongside a mug filled with a thick dark liquid. Could it be that only Ducky and Jimmy are the weird ones?
"Oh yes. I have a print. Off one of the girls' neck. Matches to a Darren Thompson, of Annapolis."
"Is he a vampire?" McGee asked.
"We'll know soon enough." She replied.
"How?" He wondered out loud.
"There's a database on the internet with listings of all the fay and their ilk." She responded, fingers flying over the keyboard. "If Thompson's a vampire, he'll be on the list."
McGee watched in fascination as Abby typed in numbers and codes, all the while taking sips of her Caf-Pow! Like a gothic Energizer Bunny. There was a light of excitement in her green eyes and he found it hard not to look at her.
The Werewolf of NCIS chapter 4More Like This
Gibbs was extremely pissed, "What do you mean the scent stops here," he yelled.
"The person who killed the petty officer was killed here, and whoever killed him cleaned up very well," Tony said.
I was still sniffing around for anything. The bleached covered up everything and was starting to burn my nose. I turned away from Gibbs and the other for a second and my nose caught something, it was a trail of bleach, who ever had cleaned up had stepped in the bleach. This was good I began to trot away following the scent, "Gibbs I got something," I called.
He caught up to me, "What is it?"
"Well there's a trail of bleach heading this way, and who ever stepped in it had both the petty officers blood and the other killer's blood on their shoes," I said standing on my hind legs, "And he's close by."
"DiNozzo get the car, Ziva, McGee go with him and follow us," Gibbs ordered.
As I began to sniff around again I felt Gibbs hop on to my back, "Um Boss," I asked.
"We need to go fast, it's going to sn
NCIS - Valentines DayMore Like This
Ziva David was mildly confused. This was never a good state to find her in as, when she was unsure of a situation, she got annoyed and when Ziva got annoyed her Mossad training tended to kick in. Things often got more than a little bit messy after that. So, for the welfare of everyone working in the NCIS building, they did their very best to make sure she knew what was happening.
Also the cleaning crew had threatened to go on strike, blood was a very stubborn stain to shift and, where a confused Ziva went, blood had a tendency to follow. One of the cleaning crew, a normally mild-mannered, elderly Mexican lady was now reduced to hysterics every time she saw her. Scuttlebutt had it that she thought Ziva was possessed by the devil.
"McGee?" Ziva asked, her brow furrowed. "Why are there many pink envelopes on Tony's desk?"
McGee opened his mouth to reply but then the man in question arrived.
"Why! I will tell you why, Mademoiselle David." Tony said, rounding the corner and throwing himself
What NCIS Has Taught Me...What NCIS Has Taught Me:More Like This
Rule #1: Never let Gibbs go without his coffee
Rule #2: Never sweeten Gibbs' coffee.
Rule #3: Never call Gibbs 'Jethro' (Rule doesn't apply to Ducky or Director Sheppard)
Rule #4: Never get Ziva angry.
Rule # 5: Don't read Probie's book.
Rule #6: Don't sleep with cute Asian chicks. (This rule excludes Palmer)
Rule #7: Don't let Ziva drive.
Rule #8: Don't trust Israelis. (Excluding Ziva )
Rule #9: .Don't say 'Fore' when Ducky's holding a Nibblick (nine-iron)
Rule #10: Always carry a knife
Rule #11: Don't lick DiNozzo. (This rule excludes Ziva. She can lick him all she wants.)
Rule #12: Never date a co-worker.
Rule #13: Never call Abby 'Abigail'. (This rule excludes Ducky)
Rule #14: There's no such thing as "coincidence".
Rule #15: Don't drink Gibbs' soup.
Rule #16: .Don't let the car get stolen.
Rule #17: Guilty until proven innocent
Rule #18: Don't let Probie see blood.
Rule #19: Don't leave your bleach tray in.
Rule # 20: Vomit does count as evidenc