'NCIS' Fan Columnist: Tiva - When In Paris
'NCIS' Fan Columnist: Tiva - When In Paris
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Look up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane. It's...Tiva?

Ah Paris. The city of a thousand lights is hosting two NCIS agents. What a terrible assignment. Who'd want to spend time in Paris stuck with Tony DiNozzo?

Not Ziva David. Just ask Tim McGee he'll tell you. Tony and Ziva can barely stand each other. They argue and criticize each other all the time. This is far from the perfect assignment for them.

Their witness Nora Williams kept asking about Tony and Ziva's relationship. Both assure her they have no relationship. Methinks they doth protest too much. Just because they had to share one hotel room doesn't mean anything. Does it?

But then there's the ride on the motorbike together, very cozy. But we shouldn't read too much into that. They had to leave and what better way to navigate the streets of Paris? DiNozzo must love that motorbike. You could tell by his wide smile.

It's a well-established fact there's nothing between Tony and Ziva. We all know that right? It's not like Tony would run to her rescue. Ziva certainly wouldn't spare him a glance. They're teammates, colleagues. Don't forget Leroy Jethro Gibbs' rule number 12. Never date a co-worker. (Which he must have come up with after Jenny Shepard.)

Nora wanted more information about the sleeping arrangements in the hotel room. So did I actually. But Ziva assuaged our fears by saying she slept on the couch.

The funny thing was Tony told McGee he slept on the couch. Now either that was a BIG couch or someone isn't being forthright.

Let's assume for the moment they were fibbing. That would mean they both were on the...surely not! That would make them more than friends.

Well, that was a big smile on Tony's face when Ziva mounted the motorbike behind him. 




-Jacky Jackman, BuddyTV Fan Columnist
(Image courtesy of CBS)

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