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Not On My Watch

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Title: Not On My Watch

Characters: DiNozzo, McGee, Gibbs x Reader

Word Count: 901

Warnings: fluffish

A/N: I hope you all enjoy this! Feedback is welcomed and appreciated! I love you all so much! <3 <3

This was requested by @jez-zolnierz: being a probie, DiNozzo always mocking you and Gibbs treats you like his own daughter and always protecting you, even from DiNozzo jokes :) 

Since you were the new “Probie” on the team, you knew there would be some slight teasing.  It was nothing you couldn’t handle, but some days it could wear you a little thin.  You had been subjected to jokes and pranks all day.  Gibbs could tell you were near your breaking point.

“Okay McGoo, one last prank,” Tony mused, rubbing his hands together.  “This one is gonna be the best.”  Tony dug into his desk drawer, pulling out a screwdriver.  The agent leapt up from his chair, walking behind your desk.

“Are you doing what I think you’re doing,” McGee said, narrowing his eyes at his partner.  “I’m not sure that’s a good idea Tony.  [Y/N] has been through enough of our pranks today, don’t you think?  I think we should drop the pranks altogether.  She’s been here for almost a year now.”

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imagine being a new recruit on gibbs team who was also a marine and the team realise that you out-rank gibbs (idk if this is the right terminology, sorry) 

Requested by Anon~


The members of your new team kept staring at you. Whenever you would look up, they’d look away, as if they hadn’t been watching you. But their gazes were strong enough to feel. Being a Marine made it easier to feel when you were being watched.

“Is something wrong, guys?”

The senior field agent, DiNozzo, wasted no time in standing up and coming over to your desk, followed by McGee. Bishop watched from her desk, wearing the same expression as her co-workers. “What’s with you?” DiNozzo asked, his eyes narrowing with suspicion. “You’re a fresh, new Probie. The boss shouldn’t like you as much as he does.”

Your eyebrows rose, lips forming a small ‘o’ in understanding. After smirking and reclining back into your chair, you gave a shrug. “Must be a respect thing.” You answered easily. “I outrank Gibbs in the Marines.”

All three agents blinked in surprise, not expecting your answer to be that simple. McGee glanced around before tilting his head. “So if Gibbs is a Gunnery Sergeant-”

“I’m a Master Sergeant.” You finished with a smile. “Technically, I outrank him.”

The Inevitable Fall After Cote de Pablo

Life after Cote de Pablo? It was going to look like sunshine filled with rainbows and florescent butterflies, flapping their wings through the sea foam skies. Birds would be chirping all around, everyone would smell that fresh new car scent and life…. life, would glorious because hell, who needs that Cote de Pablo?!

Then, then reality swooped right in.

There hasn’t been any sunshine nor sea foam skies. All that is seen is terror, fan eyes filled with rage, gray skies and snow, with the occasional guest star reigning to gain back fans. (yes, that was a play on words.)

As much as those avid known Cote haters would’ve liked the show to go higher than #1 because of their lack in brain and happiness of her departure, I’m pleased to say that it hasn’t.

Not only has Cote de Pablo’s departure left a hole in millions hearts, but it has also created a fire storm on social media with fans of not only just her, but of NCIS pleading for her return. If you look on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, there are fans all over the world asking for CBS to Bring Back Cote! It’s not just her beloved fans, “Cotes Army” anymore, it’s the entire population that watches NCIS.

Something is missing, besides the new characters who have been made this season out of the wax sculptures from the last ten seasons. That something? Cote de Pablo.

She brought chemistry, as last nights Worldwide Trend showed (#CoteBringsChemistry). Fans not only tuned in to see her kick ass, but also to see her actions with the other characters. Millions watched Shabbot Shalom, Shiva (record breaking viewers and it was a Ziva centric episode) and Berlin just for the Tony and Ziva interaction that everyone waited for. People loved the dynamic relationship between Ziva and Gibbs, Ziva and McGee and even Ziva and Abby. Sadly, it was all cut short when fans were promised two episodes for Ziva’s departure which equaled out to the last nine minutes of episode two in Season 11.

If that didn’t break the fans trust with the show, it sure did when suddenly Cote’s replacement had been hired for 3 episodes to test the waters. However, no testing was done because before her replacement Emily Whickersham episode had aired, she was already permanent to the team. Whickerham’s character, Bishop, came in early November and as soon as she debuted, many fans were already aware of the tragic loss of Ziva. Bishop wasn’t really fitting in with the cast and now it’s incredibly aware that as time goes on. the more that fans dislike Bishop and ask for Ziva back.

After last nights episode, “Monsters and Men” a HUGE firestorm has started because fans are angered with the character Bishop. If you look on Facebook and Twitter, millions (not just Cote’s fans) are asking for Cote and Ziva back. Hell, famous country singer Martina McBride even tweeted that she missed Ziva after last nights episode.

Fact of the matter is, the show is falling apart. It’s gone back to the time of Season 1 and 2 were no one was quite interested in anything happening. Sasha Alexander was spectacular and brought game to the table, but no game can be brought quite like Cote de Pablo brought hers.

It was inevitable that the show was going to be missing a huge puzzle piece once the mystery of Cote’s departure was soon solved. Interviews before her announcement and clues from her interview before her last episode premiered gave away the fact that there was a contract impasse. However, when fans realized this mess and the fact that something so stupid like contract problems could let a lead actress be pushed away, CBS started fighting back with words like “She left”, “She just didn’t want to do the show anymore”, “We threw truckloads of money at her and she just didn’t want the money” (cue my line about how Cote is not a stripper, therefore why are you throwing money at her?)

The problem is becoming so much more than her departure. It’s the way all of the characters are acting which is certainly not like themselves. It’s the way that a new small probie girl is becoming the heroin within the matter of seconds of being on the show. It’s the way that this cast in real, isn’t a family anymore.

There’s been multiple things said about Cote from the cast that could be considered legit trash talking and using the excuses that clearly CBS set up for them. However, the only two who haven’t used those lines were the two closest to Cote, Michael and Sean. Atta way, men. Now, i don’t you about you all, but it says something to me that the two who know her the BEST, know exactly what happened behind the scenes and with contract negotiations. Besides Mark, I presume that the others were only let in on CBS side of the story, not Cote who was more than likely to have signed for a gag order. 

The new year rolls around, fans still upset at the new character and Cote de Pablo announces she’ll be joining the cast of The 33. Some fans thrilled, others worried about how this will affect NCIS. Sure, she’s off doing a movie now with the incredible Antonio Banderas, but that doesn’t mean she will be gone forever. She can still come back in time for the finale of NCIS if they decide that this off rail train needs to be stopped soon before crashing over a bridge and falling to the pits.

And don’t get me wrong, this whole downfall of the show is definitely not Emily’s fault. The poor girl is probably trying to figure out what the hell she signed up for with the spiraling, out of control mess.

Michael’s reaction of the whole drama with Cote has been awfully noticeable. He’s stuck up for his best friend through hell and back so, now his character is being torn apart and ripped to shreds with his new love for bath beads. It’s clear that behind the scenes, things are super awkward for the cast because most of them still think Cote woke up four days before filming and decided she wanted to screw them all over, while Michael knows the real story of what happened.

I guess we will see in time what will happen with this show. If it wasn’t painfully obvious, Cote fans are winning and the want for her by all is increasing as time goes on. Fans are outrageously bothered by Bishop and her random heroin ways. 

You (Cote haters) can’t say NCIS hasn’t lost a thing. Views are down significantly when they were at 25 million with Cote’s presence and Ziva centric episodes. They are now down to 17/18 million and sometimes 20 million when the cast feels like rounding up because they don’t know what to do about the situation. Demographic has lost SO much in the 18-49 range. Young girls obviously aren’t tuning in because their role model Ziva is no longer on there nor the great love story that could of been, Tiva. .

So, the question is, how far does NCIS have to fall before they realize that change isn’t always good? When you take a extremely loved character like Ziva and try too hard to push a new one down the viewers throats, they get angry. When someone puts something down someones throat, they choke. A LOT of choking going on here.

Fans seen it coming, the show was about to sink without Cote and the time has now come… water is invading the deck of NCIS and the only way to stop it is the life boat known as Cote de Pablo.

After all, like Tony said to Ziva, “It was inevitable”

Entering the Darkness ||Closed Criminal Minds AU||

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Rebekah McCoy was experienced, an agent with the Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI.

She was a profiler by trade, working to understand the behavior of the most abhorrent of criminals. It wasn’t easy, the life couldn’t really afford many connections with the erratic schedule it forced on her.

Yet she loved it.

She was sitting at her desk in the bullpen. Her boss had told her that there as a new transfer coming in from Counter Terrorism, and he wanted her to get the new guy acquainted with their work. He was qualified to work as a profiler, but it still was a good idea to pair the probie with a more experienced agent.

Ncis 'fans'

Okay this is about to get on my last nerve. Dont call yourself an NCIS fan if you threaten to quit watching because of one damn character or if something doesnt go exactly the way you want. So what if the new probie’s gay? Put on your big boy pants and deal with it. And this isnt just about the new probie. Any ‘fan’ of any show that says they’ll quit watching a show because of one TINY little thing not going your way is not a fan.

…..rant over. Continue scrolling:)

Flare 19

Yeah, as I’m sure anyone who knows me could have predicted, this is not the last part. Which is good or bad, depending on your perspective. Also, I have been told it contains some some pretty, undetailed steam. Or maybe it was pretty undetailed steam? Your call. Previousment:  amatterofcomplication’s masterpost, part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 12, part 13, part 14, part 15, part 16, part 17, and part 18. Edit: apologies to anyone who read this in the first couple hours it was up; there were a zillion typos. Fixed now, I hope.

Flare 19

“Can you breathe?”

It’s a question in the dark, a question that Helena feels she has to ask, has to keep asking, because Myka might not be able to, because of what happened in the hospital, because it might be too soon for this. But Pete and Amanda had left, and Helena had suddenly had Myka to herself, alone, with everything clear between them—or as close to clear as everything was likely to get—and she couldn’t keep herself from pouncing on Myka, practically as Dickens would, touching her and kissing her and trying to do everything else, all at the same time.

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