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NCIS ALPHABET - K is Kate Todd

Caitlin “Kate” Todd was a former Secret Service Agent assigned to the USS Presidental Protective Detail on board Air Force One but following the events in Yankee White , she quit the Secret Service for good and joined NCIS before being assigned to the Major Case Response Team, becoming the third member of the team as well as the Junior Agent of the team and Anthony DiNozzo’s second partner. However, her NCIS career which had the promise of great things came to an abrupt and very tragic end when in the last few seconds in the Season 2 finale, “Twilight”, Kate died after being shot in the head by Ari Haswari. 

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NCIS ALPHABET - R is Rules

Gibbs’ Rules are an extensive series of guidelines that Leroy Jethro Gibbs lives by and teaches to the people he works closely with.

Rule #1: Never let suspects stay together.

Rule #1: Never screw over your partner.

Rule #2: Always wear gloves at a crime scene.

Rule #3: Don’t believe what you’re told. Double check.

Rule #3: Never be unreachable.

Rule #4: The best way to keep a secret? Keep it to yourself. Second best? Tell one other person - if you must. There is no third best.

Rule #5: You don’t waste good. 

Rule #6: Never say “You’re Sorry.” It’s a sign of weakness.

Rule #7: Always be specific when you lie.

Rule #8: Never take anything for granted.

Rule #9: Never go anywhere without a knife.

Rule #11: When the job is done, walk away.

Rule #12: Never date a co-worker.

Rule #13: Never, ever involve a lawyer.

Rule #15: Always work as a team.

Rule #16: If someone thinks they have the upper hand, break it.

Rule #18: It’s better to seek forgiveness than ask permission.

Rule #22: Never, ever bother Gibbs in interrogation.

Rule #23: Never mess with a Marine’s coffee… if you want to live.

Rule #27: There are two ways to follow someone. First way, they never notice you. Second way, they only notice you.

Rule #35: Always watch the watchers.

Rule #36: If you feel like you are being played, you probably are.

Rule #38: Your case, your lead.

Rule #39: There is no such thing as coincidence.

Rule #40: If it seems someone is out to get you, they are.

Rule #42: Never accept an apology from someone who just sucker punched you.

Rule #44: First things first, hide the women and children.

Rule #45: Clean up the mess that you make.

Rule #51: Sometimes - you’re wrong.

Rule #69: Never trust a woman who doesn’t trust her man. 

Never date a woman that eats more than you do.

In my country, on my team, working my cases, my people don’t bypass the chain of command.

You do what you have to do for family.

Don’t work the system when you can work the people.

Don’t stop checking and rechecking evidence until you are satisfied.

If you want to find something, you follow it.

You only need to know number 13; it’s the umbrella one.

Never second guess yourself in a relationship and life.

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NCIS ALPHABET - J is Jenny Shepard

Jennifer “Jenny” Shepard was the Director of NCIS from 2005 until she was killed in action in 2008, dying from injuries sustained in a gunfight in an abandoned diner. She is also the first NCIS Director to have been killed in the line of duty. In 1999, while still an agent, Jenny worked with Leroy Jethro Gibbs and Agent William Decker on a covert mission in Paris involving the assassination of a Russian arms dealer and hit man, and his fiancee. Jenny was assigned the task of neutralizing Svetlana, the fiancee, while Gibbs was assigned to Zuchov. Whilst in Paris she and Gibbs became lovers, remaining so during further assignments in Serbia, Italy and London. She eventually left Gibbs, apparently to further her career, but also because of his inability to commit to a future together. Jenny was also one of two people allowed to call Gibbs “Jethro” on a regular basis.

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NCIS ALPHABET - M is McGee

Timothy McGee, commonly known as Tim McGee or just McGee, is a Junior Agent working on Special Agent Gibbs’ team. He first appeared in the episode Sub Rosa as an Agent stationed at the Norfolk Naval Base but he also regularly made appearances at NCIS HQ whenever the team called him for help in regards to a case. He was officially transferred from Norfolk to Washington D.C on a permanent basis at the end of the Season 2 premiere episode, “See No Evil”, becoming the fourth and final member of Gibbs’s team and also the Probie.

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NCIS ALPHABET - A is Abigail “Abby” Sciuto

Abby Sciuto is a forensic specialist at the Naval Criminal Investigative Service headquarters at the Washington Naval Yard, with expertise in ballistics, digital forensics, and DNA analysis. In the first episode for season 7, “Truth or Consequences”, DiNozzo, while under the influence of a truth serum, describes her as “a paradox wrapped in an oxymoron smothered in contradictions in terms. Sleeps in a coffin. Really, the happiest goth you’ll ever meet.” Her gothic style of dress and her interest in death and the supernatural enigmatically contrast with her generally hyperactive demeanor and enthusiasm about her work.

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NCIS ALPHABET - Z is Ziva David

Ziva David (pronounced dah-VEED) is a former Israeli Mossad officer who was previously assigned to NCIS as a Liaison Officer for Mossad. When Ziva first appeared, she was trying to stop Leroy Jethro Gibbs from killing her half-brother, Ari Haswari, who had killed Caitlin Todd and was attempting to kill Gibbs’s other agents and Gibbs himself.In the end, Ziva killed Ari, saving Gibbs’s life, and took Kate’s place at NCIS, permanently replacing the deceased Kate Todd.

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NCIS ALPHABET - T is Tony DiNozzo

Anthony “Tony” Dimitri DiNozzo Jr. is the Senior Field Agent on the NCIS Major Case Response Team led by Leroy Jethro Gibbs. During the entire run of NCIS Tony consistently speaks at great length about women. He pursues girls on a regular basis, typically indiscriminately, though he has shown an aversion to women who don’t shave.

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NCIS ALPHABET - L is Leroy Jethro Gibbs

I don’t think if he needs a describe, because everybody knows who he is, but OK. (;

Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs is a 53-year-old (as of 2011) widower and retired Marine sniper, and presently works as the head of the NCIS Major Case Response Team stationed at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.

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for Special Agent Anthony ‘Tony’ DiNozzo

“Very Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo doesn’t get scared. I’ve jumped out of airplanes. Dead dropped onto aircraft carrier, and I’ve killed people, sweetheart - lots of them. I’ve gotten the plague. Kissed a transvestite. Been tortured by the best the Middle East has to offer. ”

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NCIS ALPHABET - W is Werth

Damon Werth was a Corporal in the USMC and later a mercenary, working for First Defense Incorporated, the largest private security firm in the United States. While suffering from psychotic episodes, Werth believed Gibbs was an Iraqi torturer. Later, he developed great respect for Gibbs and it was to Gibbs that he turned for help. Even after Gibbs learned that Werth had injected himself with steroids in order to serve in The Corps, and despite Werth’s drug-induced attacks on him and his team, Gibbs saw Werth as a damaged but worthy hero who deserved the thanks and recognition of his country and his government. He then left his own Silver Star by Werth’s hospital bedside.

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NCIS ALPHABET C is Caf-Pow

Caf-Pow is a high energy-caffeine drink that Abby Sciuto is regularly seen drinking. It’s her favourite brand of drink and just like Gibbs who’s addicted to coffee, Abby enjoys the caffeine high she gets from it as it helps her get through the day while completing the many tasks she has to do.

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NCIS ALPHABET - H is “Hiatus”

“Hiatus” is the sixty-ninth and seventy episode of NCIS, and the twenty-third and twenty-fourth in Season Three.

A bomb explodes as Gibbs contacts an undercover government agent on a suspicious foreign ship, killing the agent and placing Gibbs in a coma, in which he has flashbacks of the murder of his wife and daughter many years earlier, and his wounding in Desert Storm. Meanwhile, Tony becomes the temporary head of the investigation team as the group attempts to track down PinPin Pula, a missing crew member of the ship, suspected to be an Abu Sayyaf member. Gibbs awakens from his coma at the end of the episode with no memory of Ducky, who is in the room with him. Director Shepard contacts Gibbs’s NCIS mentor and partner, Mike Franks in hopes of helping an amnesiac Gibbs regain his memory as only he knows the details to an impending terrorist attack. She also delves into Gibbs’s past and shares with Ducky about his murdered wife and daughter. Ziva, who had appeared nonchalant about Gibbs’ situation, visits Gibbs in a desperate and emotional attempt to revive his memory by telling him about their shared connection with Ari. Meanwhile, Tony and the team discover Pinpin Pula wants to blow up the ship Cape Fear. Gibbs recovers his memory and tries to stop the terrorist attack, but fails because his superiors ignore his warnings. Finally, Gibbs hands his badge to Tony and resigns before heading to Mexico to stay at Franks’s house.