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NCIS Gibbs rules
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 12:01 AM (Pacific)

NCIS S04E11 Part 5 "Driven" (spoiler, if you haven't seen it)

I've recently gotten into this show, and I like it. For one thing, in one of the episodes, a pivotal piece of evidence contained computer code. The man accused of writing the code stated he didn't write it, and if they would look at it, they would see he didn't write that code. Correct: no two people write code the same way. (You'd have to watch the episode in full to grasp the motive for the crime, but it's also pretty universal.)

The main character of the show is Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon. From

Periodically Gibbs mentions a rule. In Season 3 episode, Switch, Gibbs tells Ziva there are about 50 rules.

Here are the ones we know so far:

Rule #1: Never let suspects stay together. From episode Yankee White (season 1)

Rule #1: Never screw (over) your partner. From episode Blowback (season 4)

Rule #2: Always wear gloves at a crime scene. From episode Yankee White (season 1)

Rule #3: Don't believe what you're told. Double check. From episode Yankee White (season 1)

Rule #3: Never be unreachable. From episode Deception (season 3)

Rule #4: If you have a secret, the best thing is to keep it to yourself. The second-best is to tell one other person if you must. There is no third-best. From episode Blowback (season 4)

Rule #7: Always be specific when you lie. From episode Reveille (season 1)

Rule #8: Never take anything for granted. From episode Probie (season 3)

Rule #9: Never go anywhere without a knife. From episode One Shot, One Kill (season 1), Missing (season 1) and Probie (season 3)

Rule #12: Never date a coworker. From episode Enigma (season 1) and Minimum Security (season 1)

Rule #15: Always work as a team. From episode Leap of Faith (season 5)

Rule #18: It's better to seek forgiveness than ask permission. From episode Silver War (season 3)

Rule #22: Never, ever bother Gibbs in interrogation. From episode Smoked (season 4)

Rule #23: Never mess with a Marine's coffee if you want to live. From episode Forced Entry (season 2)

Another one of Gibbs' rules which is used more often than the others, but without a number, is "Never say you're sorry, it's a sign of weakness." According to DiNozzo, another rule is "Never date a woman who eats more than you."


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