Here’s Why This Gibbs Scene Doesn’t Fit NCIS Fans

The beginning of “NCIS” Season 19 shows Leroy Jethro Gibbs choosing to stay in Alaska after hunting and finding an assassin, rather than going back to his job (via The Hollywood Reporter). “I’m not coming back, Tim,” he told his agent. “I’m not going home.”

But for a lot of fans, it was written on the wall that Gibbs would soon be leaving the ranks. Not only did the Season 18 finale almost find Gibbs dead in a boat explosion, but soon Season 19, audiences watched as Gibbs visited his family’s tombstone site. Beside the burial place of Gibbs’ wife and daughter, there is a stele with his name and “1954 -?” next to no.

Many took this as a harbinger that Gibbs would soon be killed off the show, and fans weren’t pleased. As it was written above Twitter, “He visits Shannon & Kelly with his name on the gravestone? What does that mean? Is that an omen? DON’T KILL THE GIBBS I GET STARTED.” Another person shared on Twitter, “Oh no! NO! Please say [me] that Shannon and Kelly’s graves are no clue to Gibbs’ future! Please, DO NOT KILL HIM! “

Thankfully, these theories aren’t accurate, and in fact, fans have reason to believe Gibbs will be returning to the show soon (via Good housekeeping service). Are they correct? There is only one way to find out.

https://www.thelist.com/733790/heres-why-this-gibbs-scene-didnt-sit-right-with-ncis-fans/ Here’s Why This Gibbs Scene Doesn’t Fit NCIS Fans

Dais Johnston

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