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Because it was made of awesome, I wanted to preserve the end dialogue for future fic reference. So below the cut is the awesome spoiler text. You've been warned. And ignore any misspelling or my attempts at non-word sounds Gibbs and Tony make.

"Pretty pink bike, Boss. Nice tassels."

Gibbs makes sound like, eh "To Mike Frank's granddaughter."

"Mmmm... I forgot Amira and Lela live in DC now. Of course. So I guess you have somewhere else to be?"

"Yeah, well, so do you.

"Ahhh, I went. Sat in the car for about 20 minutes debating. I didn't go in. Decided to swing by Casa de Gibbs instead."

"Well, we all make our own choices DiNozzo."

"You think I made a mistake."

"I think you made it twice now."

"Huh. Well, when I joined NCIS I knew what you expected of me. Everything. Doesn't exactly leave a lot of room for the Wendy's of the world."

"Did you come here to blame me, DiNozzo?"

"No Boss."


"Family and job, two different cups." holds coffee cup and mason jar

"That's right."

"And... If I couldn't fill both, that was my problem."

Gibbs makes agreement sounds "Mm hmm."

"What if I can now?"

"Then get out of my basement! Man up and move on."

"Like you have." accusingly

"Don't be like me. Learn from it." Gibbs exits basement, turning off the light

"Good talk!"

Tony plays with Christmas lights "Merry Christmas."

Gibbs steps back in at top of stairs

"Hey! Are you coming or not? Lela's making lamb."

"You sure it's alright?"

"Yeah, I told her you were coming."

Tony makes scrunchy face "When?"

"I told her last week. You're not gonna find what you're looking for down here, DiNozzo. Come on."

Tony smiles. The End


Dec. 14th, 2011 03:31 am (UTC)
Hee! I wanted reference material.

And Tony and Gibbs both make a lot of those non-word sounds in their dialogue. Manly communication without words. :)

I loved Tony's face throughout the whole scene.

MW and MH rocked. And BD, and... everyone.

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