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@Lurker
Tony was never as bad to Kate as Mcgee and Ziva are too him they act like two spoil rotten rich kids

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@Enoughalready
You need to rewatch the first three seasons. His treatment of Kate was borderline, and occasionally crossed the line, of sexual harassment. Ziva was introduced and he tried the same things with her, only to have her do the exact same thing back at him. He was a lot more dismissive of and rude to McGee, as well.

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@lurker - Exactly who was Tony harassing and humiliating the whole episode? I remember him ribbing Palmer a bit when Palmer came to the scene sporting a bit of an air. But of course, super Ziva - friend to the under dog, came to Jimmy's rescue. I mostly remember the writers giving Tony one humiliation after another. No one else ever gets that treatment. Ziva and Gibbs are practically perfect week after week. Only Tony gets egg on his face constantly. He seems to be the sacrificial lamb for what passes for humor, week after week after week after week after ........

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@Enoughalready
Have you forgotten that Tony has spent the larger part of the series harassing, humiliating, and joking about the others? Wouldn't you consider it a sign of maturity for the character that he can take it as well as he can dish it out?

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I liked the Abby story, but did not like the episode. It was a humiliate Tony fest from start to finish. As usual Ziva and Gibbs are the only characters who are made to look good all the time. As a Tony fan, I'm about to give up. I lost count of how many times Tony was the butt of the joke or portrayed as a loser in every scene he was in.

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I don't think that the others were as unaffected as they were pretending to be. That whole bit when the shrink first shows up with everyone saying they're fine seemed to me that they were just going through the motions, but all three of the musketeers could see beneath the facade. Gibbs seemed to be the only one who wasn't really affected, but considering all that he's been through before, maybe that isn't such a surprise.

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Sorry about that. Recovery was good but Abbys time was cut short.

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The recovery episode was good as usual,but Abby was FAMILY matters

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@disappointed
Love te name. I lol'd for a bit. But I disagree with what you said about Abby. People react to bad things differently. It's not like Abby wasn't really affected. Like Gibbs said, Abby felt alone and when felt like she had someone very special in her life (Besides the team), she knew that she would not have to worry about being helpless. It's not like her sleeping made it all go away though. She is just able to sleep again.

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So this horrible explosion occurs and everyone, except Abby (big surprise) and Vance (definitely a surprise) appears to be unaffected. And Abby is magically cured by contacting her long-lost brother? Oh, please. I am really disappointed that the writers took such a serious issue, like PTSD, and whitewashed it. I'm not a big "Abby fan" necessarily, but I always thought her character had more depth to it. I can get the same reaction out of my dog by throwing her tennis ball across the yard. Maybe they'll do better with Vance's character. But I do like how they are portraying Duckie and the life-changing event he experienced. He's the most introspective and thoughtful character on the show; I would really like to see the writers play out his struggle.




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