in

NCIS: The popular Gibbs rule that was never applied to his group of agents

ncis_mark_harmon

Since the beginning of NCIS, we’ve seen Agent Gibbs lecture his team on a various strict rules. But which one has never managed to get into practice?

The end of NCIS season 18 finale left a huge wave of commentary, with Rule 19 told by Agent Gibbs (Mark Harmon) to Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham). However, fans have been talking about another rule that the team leader did not apply to himself or any other member.

NCIS: The popular Gibbs rule that has never been applied to his group of agents

The main and most important member of NCIS, Gibbs, has always explained the rules to all the new and old members of his team, but one of the most important rules hasn’t been followed, and that’s rule number 12.

“Never date or have a romantic relationship with a co-worker”,

rule number 12.

Without being a fan of NCIS, you will know that this rule was never followed and was very obvious, for example, with Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) and Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette), Tony Dinozzo (Michael Weatherly) and Ziva David (Coté de Pablo).

Fans have been talking about this rule for some time now, because the show frequently deepens the relationships of NCIS members, so fully implementing it would be a bad idea.

For some seasons now viewers have been eagerly awaiting the romance of agents Bishop and Torres (Wilmer Valderrama), after they bid farewell with a tender kiss, revealing that the character was leaving.

With the upcoming season 19 of NCIS, fans have been speculating on different ideas of what might happen to the remaining agents and the situation of Gibbs being fired.

United States Designs a Magnet More Powerful Than Earth's Magnetic Fiel

United States Designs a Magnet More Powerful Than Earth’s Magnetic Field

Call of Duty Warzone 120 fps on PS5

Call of Duty: Warzone gets support for 120 fps on PS5