"After nine months the secret comes out." ~ Yiddish Proverb
No one was saying a word as the team exited the elevator hauling their suspect with them as they began to lead him to interrogation. As they passed the bullpen McGee spotted something by Tony’s desk that wasn’t there when they left and as far as he knew wouldn’t belong there at any other time either.
“Uh, Tony?” the younger agent asked, “Do we have a witness with a baby coming in?”
McGee stopped with the rest of the team following his lead and he nodded towards the stroller that was parked by Tony’s desk. “The...
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Tony edged his way through the elevator door, holding the multiple coffees in one hand and Abby's Caf-Pow drink in the other. “How do you do that?” McGee asked. “He doesn't know.” Gibbs spoke suddenly, making Ziva jump. “Gibbs! Coffee?” Without waiting for an answer, Tony handed Gibbs a coffee. “Thanks.” Gibbs said. He took a sip. “Come on. We have a dead Marine in southern Pennsylvania. McGee-” he tossed him the car keys-”You're...
“DiNozzo, look at the clock it’s 4:30 you’re going to be late.” Gibbs said as he entered the bullpen.
“But boss, we have the suspect in interrogation and I have to finish last week’s case report before I go.” Tony said in distress as he sat at his desk.
“Dorneget can take this suspect, gut feeling he’s not the one. Plus, these things only happen every so often and Ziva would not want you to be late. You know how she is.” Gibbs said as Tony nodded and grabbed his gear to head for the elevator.
Tony put the key in the door and unlocked it. He dropped his bag next Ziva’s...
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