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I know that no one can be as stupid or as offensive as Michael - this has to be someone who is putting on an act, trying (and succeeding) to be the most ignorant of human beings. is there no way he can be blocked?

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Lust is a sin people and it scare me how many of you are Okay with what Tony dad did hell its part of one of the 7 deadly sins What he did was wrong and he need to pay for it.

Gatorgal

@ Michael
December 19th, 2012 12:35 PM, who wrote:

Did anyone see tha picture Ziva stole of Tony and his mother to burn what a bitch

I cut and pasted your comment and didn't bother fixing your spelling and grammatical errors. You really are living in an alternate reality than the rest of us. I usually ignore your comments because they are adolescent and insulting. I don't like your language, it is vulgar and rude.

Where are the monitors for this site?

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coco14: I have a twin bed, too. But it's more out of necessity: I have a small bedroom.

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@Can't Eat Fish - Setting aside the personal belief that sex should be a very personal, meaningful act between two people, DiNozzo Sr. at least broke basic house-guest etiquette when he invited the neighbor into Tony's apartment without Tony's knowledge. As Tony told his father most emphatically earlier, this was Tony's private sanctuary. He'd never even invited his own team-mates and close friends to visit his place. DiNozzo Sr. had no business inviting the amorous neighbor inside for even a drink, let alone sex.

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The understated (and gorgeous) elegance of Tony's apartment surprised me. It shows that the "frat-boy" image is a front, that he has, in fact, grown up. To a certain extent. The twin bed tells me that he still isn't ready to let anyone in to share his life.

Watching Tony baby-talk a goldfish (Kate!) was hilarious. With the work hours he keeps, I can see why any other pet would not be practical, though. I guess he still misses Kate.

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I'll need to watch this one again, but aside from a few bits (including the final scene) that made me smile, I'm not finding myself overly fond of this one. I get that Tony's relationship with his dad is still awkward and that Senior is pretty well entrenched in his bad habits, but their interactions still felt a bit off to me, somehow. I'm hoping the last scene means they're finally going to start interacting more normally from now on.
Loved Ziva's scenes with Senior; I think she's pretty much adopted him (and vice versa). :)
Also loved seeing more of Palmer this time around. He's often overlooked, which is a shame because he is so darn loveable (not to mention hilarious). :)

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@RachelW: Flush the goldfish? I love it! Very funny. I also like the idea of Tony Sr. "breaking in" (or "burning") Tony Jr's bed. And I agree: what's the big deal? It's just sex; it's not like he committed murder or some antisocial, bizarre act on it. Although I will agree that it puts a whole new spin on the idea of a father and son "sharing their DNA." Lighten up people and have some fun with it.

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Did anyone see tha picture Ziva stole of Tony and his mother to burn what a bitch

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I not sure what viewers expect from a TV show - I watched with no expectations and loved every minute of it. NCIS never disappoints. Lighten up everyone. Oh, by the way, I am single and have a twin bed - what's the big deal?




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