The Funniest "NCIS" Scenes Ever
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In the past seven seasons, "NCIS" has given us many wonderful scenes, both dramatic and comedic. What funny scenes from "NCIS" make you laugh just thinking about them? Here are 10 funny scenes, in order of appearance, that were picked as the best of the best:
When "NCIS" fans think of this episode, the scene with Tony and Gibbs in the boxing ring usually comes to mind. While that entire gym scene was fun to watch, it was not the funniest scene in "The Boneyard." The funniest scene would be when Gibbs was talking to Jimmy Napps. Gibbs was meeting with Jimmy in order to find out who the FBI agent was who framed his friend, Tobias Fornell, and helped to cover up a lot of murders. When Jimmy called, he told Gibbs to come alone. Gibbs laughed and said, "I'm not that stupid." They finally agreed to bring one man apiece. Then this threat was given followed by Gibbs' hilarious answer:
Jimmy: Gibbs, you hurt my boy, I'll kill your brothers, your uncles, your father. And after their funerals, I'll kill you.
Gibbs: No brothers, no uncles, my father passed years ago. I do have three ex-wives whose names and addresses I will gladly fax on to you.
The end of this "NCIS" episode was hysterically funny. While there were words spoken, the expressions on Michael Weatherly, Sasha Alexander, and Mark Harmon's faces were priceless. Tony has been bugging Kate throughout the episode, and while that is the norm, what he is bugging her about is not. The prim and proper Kate has been found out -- she has a wild side. During Tony's vacation to Panama City, home of spring break, he found Kate's picture on the wall of Rod's Tiki Tavern. The wall was the Wet T-Shirt Hall of Fame and Kate was listed as the best wet T-shirt for 1994.
When Kate lets everyone know that Tony's nickname in college was "Sex Machine" (courtesy of his fraternity brother, Steve Adler), Tony decides to get Kate back by blackmailing her with the wet T-shirt photo. Throughout the episode, Tony held that picture over Kate's head, so Kate turned to the one person who could help her with this problem. No, not Gibbs. Abby. Abby used her mad computer skills to Photoshop a picture, making it seem as if Tony were one of two sexy gay cowboys. When Tony e-mailed Kate the wet T-shirt picture with "NCIS Agent of the Month" on it, Kate smiled and returned the photo shopped picture.
Tony: That's not me.
Kate: Well, of course it's not you. Too bad nobody else is gonna know that.
Tony: That's low, Kate.
Kate: I learned from the best, Tony. We both delete at the same time?
Tony: On three.
Kate counts down to three and they both punch a button. Afterward, they are smiling at one another until they hear Gibbs' computer ding twice, signaling the fact that he has received the e-mails. They quickly say their goodbyes and head out for the night, leaving Gibbs alone. Gibbs checks his e-mail and looks at the picture -- first with surprise and then with a smile. We never know which picture he is seeing, but the expression Mark Harmon makes in this scene is very funny.
In this episode of "NCIS," the team is called to an accident where a car has gone over the side and down a steep embankment. Tony and McGee are sent to shoot and sketch, while Ducky and Palmer head down to try to get a look at the body. Tony is telling McGee not to get any closer, because one false move could send him tumbling down the hill when Jimmy Palmer flies past them, trying to keep his balance but failing. Jimmy is dropping his equipment, flailing his arms and yelling at the top of his lungs. Both Tony and McGee watch him pass before Tony yells down, "Good hustle, Palmer." Nothing is funnier than watching someone take a fall -- as long as the person who fell is okay.
Having the tough, former Mossad agent dress up as a "dork," as Ziva called herself while going undercover to a speed dating meeting, was one of the best ideas that the "NCIS" writers came up with. Watching the usually confident Ziva squirm was hilarious.
Larry: Why don't you tell me a little bit about yourself.