NCIS Why doesn't GIbbs call Dinozzo Probie?
Ok so forgive me if this has been asked before but:
Mike Franks still calls Gibbs Probie and as we have seen DiNozzo calls McGee Probie... but no one calls DiNozzo Probie. Anyone got any theories?
- Anonymous10 years agoBest Answer
My theory is that because Tony was a cop in Baltimore, Gibbs didn't need to start teaching him from scratch, he already had some investigative experience. Whereas McGee (and Gibbs when he first started with Franks) were complete newbies and NCIS was their first investigative job.
And I personally think they only called Ziva probie at the start to annoy her, because I noticed they haven't called her probie much at all lately, while they continued to call McGee probie for years.
Might be wrong, but that's my theory.
Hope this helps xx
- 4 years ago
NY is known as "The Big Apple" because long ago a famous folk hero (Johnny Appleseed) planted a single seed in the middle of the city. Then, in a strange warp in space-time, a boy named Jack planted a seed he believed to be magical in the same spot. In what is still considered a marveling biological advancement, the two seeds fused together on a molecular level. After an impressive rain, the seed hybrid grew into an apple 300ft tall and approximatively 330ft wide. The strangest thing being the absence of a tree. It seems the apple was completely normal, except it grew straight from the ground with its own roots like a beanstalk of some sort. For decades to come, people would visit the city and look up at the impossible fruit and think "that is a big apple". After a while people began referring to the city itself as "The Big Apple". But then, 1943 Oct 11th, something strange happened. As the city laid to rest, the night once again upon them, there was a blinding flash of red light. The flash lasted for nearly 4-5 seconds. No one is certain what caused the flash, but once it was over the apple had simply disappeared. Not only had it vanished, the ground it had grown from had closed as if it were never there. Some say the apple had grown so large it created some sort of fruity supernova and collapsed in on itself in a black hole. Some say the aliens responsible for the death of the dinosaurs came back and destroyed the apple as well. We may never know exactly what happened that night, but one thing is for sure. That was a big-*** apple.
- DanielLv 610 years ago
not really sure