special agent jethro gibbs

Here, Let Me.

Here we go, I kinda wrote this request with “Complicated” in mind. If you haven’t read that, you don’t really have to but you can find it here Complicated (Part 1) and here Complicated (Part 2) meanwhile enjoy this one!

Requested by: Anonymous - “Hello! If you’re still taking prompts, 96 for Tony X Reader?”

Word Count: 532

Pairing: Tony x Reader

96: “Here, let me.”

“Tony!” You shout from upstairs, “Tony!” You call again, “Can you just pass me that screwdriver?” You ask when you hear him running up the stairs.

“Pass you what?” He asked as he rounded through the doorway and his eyes bulged out of his head when he saw you up the step ladder.

“The screwdriver..”

“[Y/N] what are you doing up there? What if you fall? Or hurt yourself?” He asked at once, coming to hold the ladder as if to steady it further.

You tut and look downwards to Tony, “I’m an NCIS agent, you don’t think I can handle being up here?” You asked with a raise of your eyebrow and tilt your head, “That’s what I thought, now shush and pass me the screwdriver, please..” You held out your hand and straightened your back when you felt a sharp sensation in your stomach and the movement caused your head to swim a little and you snap your hand onto the rail of the ladder, “Whoa.”

“Alright, come on, down,” Tony instructed, his hands going to your hips, guiding you to ground level, “you okay?” He cupped your cheeks and searched your eyes.

“M'fine.” You mumbled and nod, “He just gave a big kick, sent me a bit…weird.”

Tony grinned and bent down, his hands now spread out over your rotund belly, by the looks of you, it would seem you were far along but you still had a few months to go, “Hey listen’ could you do me a favour Junior? Maybe not kick Mommy, alright? Because then she kicks me and I have bruises on bruises on my shins..”

You laughed softly and let your hands rest on his shoulders before sliding them off as Tony stood straight, “They need putting up,” you huff motioning to the shelves, “and Gibbs is late.”

“Here, let me.” Tony said and smiled, shrugging, “How hard can it be? Some shelves. Nails-”

“-screws” you correct with a smirk, watching him flip the small headed hammer in his hand.

“-screws and there ya go.” Tony nodded once, “Nothin’ to it.”

“You’re using the wrong side, DiNozzo.” Gibbs said from the doorway, dressed in his usual attire but with a toolbox in hand. He advanced towards you both, kissing your cheek and then gave your stomach a tender touch with his free hand, “He’s right though, you shouldn’t be up there.”

You roll your eyes, though in fondness and patted his hand on your stomach, “Uncle Gibbs.” You greet and then kiss his cheek before looking at Tony, “You can come help set up the living room..”

Gibbs smirked when Tony placed everything down straight away and followed you from the nursery.

You hadn’t been in the house that long, it was a few blocks away from Gibbs, which you had wanted, he was the only family you had now, well at the moment. You and Tony still weren’t sure where you both stood, this house was big enough for all three of you if it came to that but you both wanted to concentrate on the pregnancy before jumping into anything. When the time was right it would happen. You felt it.

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anonymous asked:

Hey, could you please make one with prompts 84 & 99 with Reid? Thanks xx Love your writing!



Originally posted by bau-obsessed

Show: Criminal Minds

Summary:  “All secrets are deep.  All secrets become dark.  That’s in the nature of secrets.”  Writer Cory Doctorow.

Pairing:  Spencer Reid x reader

Warnings: Adorable fluff!

Word Count:  338

Reading Time: 1+ minutes-ish

Request: Prompt list requests are closed - new prompt list coming soon.

Prompt: #84: “Going somewhere?”
#99: “I fell in love with you, not them.” 

A/N: ♥ Feedback is always  welcomed and requests are open, and you can be added to the tag list XoX

Tags: @emilyymichelle @lucifersagents @ncisfanficsandmore @spaceemonkeyyxd @of-badges-and-guns  @criminal-navy-writings

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Let It Out

Originally posted by justbacktothegoodolddays

Anon requested “It’s okay, you’re allowed to cry, just let it all out.”

Normally you didn’t let comments like this get to you but when the Director had just told you that you had shown a complete lack of judgement and that he should suspend you for risking the lives of everyone in your team including your fiance, you were absolutely broken. Honestly it was the first time in the last seven years since becoming a full-time NCIS agent that you had messed up, you were usually the first one to cover for someone when things were going wrong but everyone knew that you were not capable of messing up, or at least that’s what everyone had thought but when you had tried to talk the suspect out of trying to blow everyone up you had told the rest of your team to get out of the building, except it had been there choice to stay behind, you had done your job, it was in your report, it was also on the record from McGee’s vest camera. You punched the wall of the bathroom cubicle, the last hour and a half you had spent in the gym trying to let out your frustrations and anger obviously hadn’t been enough. You look up and see your fiance, one Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs standing in the doorway to the women’s changing rooms, he looked as if he’d just got into a terrible fight and you knew exactly why and who it had been with. He looked at you and held his arms open, you could see the concern in his eyes and you honestly just felt like cocooning yourself in his embrace forever and hiding from the world, but you knew that wasn’t how you coped you just needed to let out the other emotions before you could move on from this. So you did the only thing you knew at that moment, you ran into his waiting arms and felt the heaving sobs escape your body.
“It’s okay Y/N, you’re allowed to cry, just let it all out,” he says and you do just that. He’s rubbing your back and whispering words of re-assurement in your ear.

Title: Meals on Wheels

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A/N: Feedback is welcomed and very much appreciated. Hope you all enjoy it, as always, thank you for reading <3

Requested by: Anon - “I love your writing so much is it possible to have 65, 22 with Gibbs please ? They are always fantastic<3”

Word Count: 706
Pairing: Jethro Gibbs x Reader & Team x Reader

22. “You smell nice.”
65. “I brought you dinner.”

Being a member of high clearance and the DOD you knew about all-nighters, all-nighters and forgetting to eat or simply not having the time to get food. It was the same for your husband, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs. His job - one of the main things that attracted you to him some years ago - involved a lot of late nights that turned into all-nighters. This wasn’t any different.

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A Very Supernatural Case

Characters: Sam, Dean, Gibbs, DiNozzo, McGee, Y/N (no pairing)

Word count: 1,342

Warnings: none! :D

A/N: This was requested by @mikumaythebeast so hopefully I did alright! <3 If you’d like you can request things too! I hope you all enjoy this! Feedback is welcomed and appreciated! <3

It was your dream to visit Washington D.C..  You never visited the nation’s capital before.  Today was your lucky day.  After a twenty hour drive, the three of you arrived in D.C..  Dean and Sam knew how excited you were to be in D.C., so they promised to stay at least a day after the hunt.

This particular hunt was near a naval base in D.C..  You weren’t too keen on going into their crime scenes.  Sometimes the real FBI showed up.  The last case you had in this part of the United States was in New Orleans.  You were reunited with a long-time friend, Dwayne Pride, or as everyone else called him King.  He worked for NCIS, but luckily he knew who you were.  Otherwise things could have gotten messy.  You buttoned the last few buttons of your suit jacket, grabbing your FBI badge and slipping it into your jacket pocket.  

Dean and Sam walked out of the motel room behind you.  “Now, if someone comes up to us that is actually from the FBI or NCIS, let me talk to them,” you instructed the Winchesters.  “I know someone who can help us if we get into a sticky situation.”

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Petals of Winter - Chapter 1

Summary: Just when you think your new life was working out great, a dead body turns up and shakes the foundation. You have to drop everything to save those you care about, but what if it’s you that is the target once again? Either way, this isn’t a place for a hero.

Shows: NCIS (Season 5 - 2007 to 2008), CSI NY (Season 4 - 2007 to 2008)

Pairing: Mac Taylor x Reader, Gibbs x Reader, Fornell x Reader

Warnings: Can we just have a warning that covers everything including spoilers?

A/N:  I want to give a shout out to @spaceemonkeyyxd for helping me get this started. I had writers block for the longest time on this story. Also this is my first time writing CSI NY and NCIS, so be kind lol

 Chapter 1

New York City, was not exactly where you thought you would end up in your life. At first you thought that you would always be a psychologist in the Marines. However, as time went on you ended up joining NCIS, a Special Agent. Your skills in psychology came in handy as you mainly built profiles to help catch the murder or did analysists of interrogations. After years of working as part of Special Agent Jethro Gibbs’ team, you ended up with a special assignment.

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anonymous asked:

Being on your honeymoon with Gibbs?

((any mistakes are my thumbs fault. I’m typing this on my phone. Enjoy!))

You stepped out onto the balcony, the beautiful landscape laid out in front of you, you were so glad you chose to come here. It was truly a magnificent view.

The light made the new rings on your finger glisten and twinkle. Lifting your hand up you admired them until a much larger and stronger hand covered yours.

“Hey.” He whispered in your ear and his body came to press against your back and his arm wrapped around your waist, “Admiring the view?”

You leaned back, and nodded, “It’s…breathtaking.”

“It is, isn’t it?” Jethro asked but his eyes weren’t watching the view, they were watching you.

You caught his eye and blushed, even after so long he still had the power to make you blush. Turning in his arms you slid your hands up his chest to join around the back of his neck, “I love you. Special Agent Gibbs.”

He smirked and nuzzled his nose with yours, “I love you too, Special Agent Gibbs.”

Both of your grinned and Jethro pulled you in for a hug the. Kissed you softly, grazing his lips over yours, “This is gonna be one honeymoon.”

You giggled when he lifted you up, carrying you back into the room and towards the spacious queen bed.

  • Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: I haven't got high enough clearance to access those records.
  • Agent Caitlin 'Kate' Todd: What's your clearance?
  • Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: Confidential.
  • Agent Caitlin 'Kate' Todd: Confidential? What'd you do, kill someone in high school?
  • Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: Ha! That's funny, Kate. No, I screwed up my paperwork with another agent's.
  • Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: Agent Tony DiNozzo died in a car crash last month. Very tragic.
  • Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: They yanked my clearance. Now I gotta take a physical to get it back.
  • Agent Caitlin 'Kate' Todd: Why's that?
  • Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: To prove that I'm still alive.
  • ***
  • Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: Gibbs'll get in. He's got clearance that'll let him see the dead aliens buried in Area 51.
  • Agent Caitlin 'Kate' Todd: Because he probably killed them.
Being Tony's sister

Originally posted by 5disilk

-Requested by anonymous
-Prompt description: Being Tony’s little sister and being on the team would involve…

*Everyone treats you like you are their own sibling.

*Tony getting angry when you have to go undercover and flirt with people.

*When you and Tony are in a argument everyone knows because you both will try to out do each other and won’t talk.

*Tony would do anything to protect you in dangerous situations.

*Tony wouldn’t let you date anyone you work with. Or anyone at all.

*You would be good friends with everyone especially Abby.

*When you and Tony start being sassy with one another you both would get your head slapped by Gibbs.

*Tony getting annoyed when you talk with McGee.

*You both having a hard time when the other gets hurt on a mission.

*When Ziva was on the team you would try to get her and Tony together.

*If someone ever broke your heart the team would have to convince Dinozzo not to beat up the one that hurt you. (Tony would eventually decide to do it anyways and the team would join him.)

*You would be called ‘Extra special Agent Y/N Dinozzo’.

Picture: NAVY INVESTIGATORS: Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) on NCIS.

Getting forensic with Mark Harmon


Last updated 05:00 05/10/2014 You’re the star of a hit series, NCIS, so what is the motivation to become an executive producer on another, the spinoff NCIS: New Orleans?

This business, from the beginning, has always been such a joy. From the first time I was ever on a set to now. I had really good mentors, early on, or at least people that I met, and had the opportunity to work with, who became mentors. It’s funny to me because when I first came to NCIS, on this show, I came as an actor/director, that was the original plan. And I have not directed any [episodes]. To me, it’s about filling your quiver with more arrows than you had yesterday. And the idea of learning from that. That’s why I still enjoy so much what I do.

In the recent history of NCIS at least one other spinoff was considered, NCIS: Red, which did not proceed. Why do you think the particular assembly of either actors or elements in NCIS: New Orleans fits?

What attracted me and this cast to what we’re doing was characters. Because there were characters that each of us wanted to play. And these characters had humour. That was there from the beginning. That’s also the footprint that we’re trying to extend to New Orleans. This show was always presented as New Orleans, the city, being as much a part of it, as much of a character, as any character in the piece. And I’m happy we’re shooting it there and the cast is embracing that. Now they have to make it theirs. We’re in the process of doing that now.

It seems to have become one of the tropes of procedural spinoffs that the city sits front and centre, NCIS already has a Los Angeles spinoff, CSI went to Miami and New York. Why do you think that is the case?

I think what makes it unusual is what makes it potentially work. When we first talked about it, this was a very small New Orleans office, basically three people, who had been there for a long time, doing incredible work. Then you have New Orleans the city, right in the middle, which has its own environment, for hundreds of years. Its own sound, its own feel, certainly its own smell, taste, all that. So our job, in talking about all of this, was saying this is potentially a hugely rich opportunity to footprint a show, and at the same time, do something a little bit different.

You haven’t directed any episodes of NCIS but you did direct on Boston Public and Chicago Hope. Do you have any ambition to direct episodes of NCIS: New Orleans?

I don’t know where I would find the time to do that. It’s hard enough just trying to figure out the acting schedule that I have on NCIS. And when we shot the pilot [of New Orleans], for example, we continued shooting in Los Angeles. So it’s really a scheduling problem, more than anything. When you direct you have one episode of prep, you have a shooting episode and you have post. That’s basically three episodes you’re having to be re-scheduled in or written lightly. I’ve thought from the beginning I’m not willing to jeopardise three episodes of this show just because I want to direct. So I’ve never done it.      

If we trace the lineage of NCIS we go all the way back to the navy drama JAG. Do you think there is still a distant echo of that show on NCIS: New Orleans?

When we did the JAG we didn’t spin off, NCIS came to investigate a murder. So it was the four of us who are still there - David McCallum, Pauley Perette, Michael Weatherly and myself - brought into this environment, investigating a murder. New Orleans was a planned spinoff, which is a harder load. For a writer, that’s about servicing the existing characters, writing characters and creating characters within that environment, that are strong enough to bring the kind of actors you need to try and do a series. And at the same time, keep everyone else balanced. It’s a really tough load. And that’s a huge credit to [executive producer] Gary Glasberg. Do we like what we’re seeing? Yeah. Will the public yes or no that? Absolutely. Is it good? Growth is good. Is it going to work? I don’t know. But we’re certainly trying to give it every opportunity.

NCIS: New Orleans airs at 8.30pm Fridays on Prime

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The Toa Metru as your siblings

Vakama- Intelligent, handsome, sometimes hot-headed but loves hugs and is very kind-hearted. Excellent cook who serves you breakfast in bed and drinks hot tea. Really good musician and will sing lullabies to you, but be warned: If you catch him singing till he sees you and his whole mask glows bright red, he’ll turn invisible and try to escape. Occasionally argues with Onewa, and randomly belches which results in being scolded at afterwards. Loves snakes. Enjoys watching sunsets. Also looks so damn good in a tuxedo!

Nokama- Bold, wise, rarely raises her voice in anger. Loves watching underwater and archaeological documentaries with you. Pretty good healer who always finds the best way to treat your wounds or bruises and is willing to find a cure for all forms of cancer. Amazing translator who goes with Whenua to help translate ancient writing or communicates with animals at local shelters you visit to find out their mood and offers comfort if necessary. Excellent massage therapist and Olympic swimmer. Absolutely terrified of Fikou.

Nuju- Calm, quiet, always seen reading books on planets or stars. Enjoys watching space documentaries and often climbs to the roof to gaze at the night sky. Tries to study astrology at night, but falls asleep at his desk and you end up getting one of the other Toa to put him in bed. Fascinated by the Northern Lights and its various colors. Often smacks Onewa on the back of the head, and pushes him away from his comrades to avoid further arguments, leaving you and the others really confused. A Bionicle version of Special Agent Jethro Gibbs from NCIS.

Whenua- Strong, noble, once an archivist always an archivist. Loves watching archaeology and paleontology documentaries. Doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty, most often seen carrying a backpack of various tools and brushes. Writes his findings in a leather book he carries with him only to read it over and over to see if he missed anything to jot down. Can easily navigate through underground tunnels and find the fastest routes back to the world above.

Onewa- Stubborn, ignorant, but a great guy to be around. Loves to play football and exercises to keep himself fit. Gently wrestles and roughhouses with you until he finds your most ticklish spots and uses them to his advantage, causing you to writhe and squirm in laughter. Excellent carver and sculptor, makes beautiful pottery and small detailed marble sculptures to decorate your house. Collects geodes and basalt stones for Nokama to use for heated or chilled stone therapy. Loves tigers.

Matau- Charming, outgoing, always finds a way to make you laugh. Loves watching Bitchin’ Rides, Wheeler Dealers, and What’s My Car Worth? Builds, repairs, or restores classic cars and motorcycles. Can be found in the garage cleaning up or replacing old factory car parts that no longer function properly with new parts from a similar model. Always takes a car engine apart and cleans it to prevent any future malfunctions that dirt and debris can cause. Excellent mechanic.

The Toa Metru belong to Lego, not me!

No relation to original character’s storylines, made just for fandom.