Ky Van Tu: This man - he help me bury my mother, my father. I want to thank him but I do not know how. So I follow. I follow far, behind. Soon I hear gun and I hide. After, I see my friend dead. Gibbs: You saw his body? Ky Van Tu: Yes. I run home for my cart, and I bring my friend here. Gibbs: Why? Ky Van Tu: I bury him next to my parent. I do not know that his family look for him. This is how I honor him. This is how I thank him.
Gibbs: Bishop. You were right. Bishop: I was? Gibbs: I have been going easy on you. But it's got nothing to do with you. Bishop: I don't understand. Gibbs: It's about that desk. I've lost two people off that desk. Good people. And it's on me. I was doing something wrong. When something's wrong, change it. Bishop: This job is hard. Gibbs: I know that. Bishop: It's hard, Gibbs. It's inevitable you'd lose people along the way. Doesn't mean your way of teaching is wrong. Look at Tony, McGee: they're amazing. Gibbs: Yeah. Bishop: I want to be like them. I want to be like you, Gibbs. I'm asking you to push me to be like you. Gibbs: Okay. Bishop: Okay? Gibbs: Yeah. Okay. Back to the old way. Bishop: Thank you. Gibbs: This floor is for standing and walking. Bishop: What? Gibbs: Sit in your damned chair, Bishop.