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Tue, Jun. 14th, 2005, 12:34 am
featherxquill: *Pokes Comm*

Title: Mirror Image
Perpetrator: StrawberryBlondeHazelEyes (really, doesn't that say it all?)

Link: Revel in the crapulence

What It's Claiming to be: A serious story about a case, and a realistic view of the interactions of the team.

What It Actually Is: An excuse to put a Mary Sue in NCIS land.

Choice Highlights: She had bright hazel eyes that shined in the sunlight. She breathed in the crisp morning air. Her hands strayed to her waist, and she pulled a water bottle up to her rose red lips.

...

A shot rang out through the air, and suddenly, her body was pressed against the pavement. She could feel her heart beat speed up. Scrapes and cuts stung all along her legs and arms. She could feel the blood drip from cheek.


Well, I almost thought that the author knew just what to do to Mary-Sues, but alas, she lives, and she looks EXACTLY like KATE.

Evilness Rating: Well, there's only three short chapters, so not mauch time for the breaking of wrists. But I wanted to break someone's wrists when Gibbs assualted a member of his team.

Tue, Jun. 14th, 2005 04:04 am (UTC)
raindroproses

Huh? But Gibbs smacks Tony upside the head all the time.

Tue, Jun. 14th, 2005 06:38 am (UTC)
featherxquill

Does he? I was thinking that when I posted, but I couldn't actually remember it happening. I know he threatens to all the time, but does he actually do it?

I do have a crap memory, and perhaps I'm not very observant, so I could very well be wrong.

Tue, Jun. 14th, 2005 06:49 am (UTC)
raindroproses

Oh, he definitely does. *grin* In fact, Gibbs is the only person who's allowed to smack Tony upside the head with impunity. In Reveille, when Kate smacks Tony for stealing her French fries, he says, "Hey! You're not Gibbs!"

And in See No Evil, after smacking McGee, he says, "I could get used to that."

So it happens--not frequently, but often enough that it's a regular thing.