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Tony & Jeanne
Jony DiNardo

Tony and Jeanne - NCIS



Relationship Stats
How they met: Tony was assigned a mission while Gibbs was in retirement. It is not known how they met.
How long were they together: They were together for the whole of season 4. At the end of season 4, Tony's cover was blown and Jeanne found out. They spoke to each other and Jeanne wished she never met him.
Where they happy?: Yes they were happy. Jeanne was very loving and Tony tried to be loving back but he needed to make sure he did not blow his cover. He was very protective and continued to go to Jenny for advise.



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Relationship Time Line
Season 3
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Season 4
Dedicated viewers have each had their moment when they realized that Jeanne was not just a girlfriend to Tony but that she was probably the daughter of La Grenouille, the Frog, the villain whom Director Jenny has pursued with a passion borne of hatred. There is the moment of realizing that he could be in real trouble on many levels. To date a woman undercover is one thing (Gibbs and Ziva have both slept with people to get information, we have learned in the past: McGee looked horrified at the thought), but to fall in love with the object of the game seems a hazard beyond the call of duty. There is no way for this relationship to end well, it would seem. And the relationship attracted enormous hostility from the youth sector of the fan base. Nothing like a "I hate Jeanne" campaign to keep the fans talking about the story arc.

The fun of the relationship has been seeing the metamorphosis of Tony from big kid to grown up, and from woman-predator to would-be protector. Except he is in as much emotional peril as she.

Whereas Gibbs lost his daughter and first wife (the loves of his life) to a murderer, it seems Tony is to lose his to deception, one that was his duty. And as Tony's relationship, at episode 1 of season 5, has fallen apart, we have the expectation from season 4 that Gibbs' relationship with Hollis Mann will develop (at least until he runs into that ex-wife in one of the early episodes of season 5). So Tony will have
other relationships around him to remind him of his loss, to emphasize what-might-have-been.


The Key Moments in Tony and Jeanne's Relationship- The relationship that was doomed from the start

Twisted Sister: We discover that Tony and Jeanne aren't sleeping together when Jeanne asks why not? He tells her that he wants to take things slowly out of fear of this relationship becoming like his earlier ones.

Iceman: The climbing wall date where Tony tells the tale of how he used to climb the giant tree in his childhood home "all the way to the tippety top", and then falls to scale the hurdle of saying "I love you". (He had, in fact, said "I love you" on the phone, previously, but the writers, actors and the audience were asked to conveniently forget this occurrence).
Who's stalking them and taking all those pictures of the two?

The dinner where she gives him the mental ward platinum bracelet: an indicator of her wealthy background and an indicator that her sense of humour is as bizarre as his. They are more suited than some teen fans (and many Tony/Ziva supporters) would admit. And he wants to protect her from her stalker (her ex), unaware that he is working alongside the man on his current case. Jeanne chooses to end the relationship with the ex (even the stalking relationship) by putting her foot down. Poignancy that she deletes the ex's photo just after the man's life has been deleted by a gunman: and Tony never knows.

The dinner with Jeanne's mother: her perspicacity is unnerving but Tony passes the polygraph-of-love test but fails the confidence test.

The Grace Period episode where Agent Cassidy advises Tony to say "I love you" if it is true, as life is too short to not say it. And given that it is one of the last conversations of Cassidy's short life, Tony takes the message to heart. We get the declaration on the doorstep of Jeanne's flat, to the tune of REM's "Everybody Hurts". And what should be hopeless shtick is not at all embarrassing to watch - indeed it is compelling - because the death of Cassidy was such a shock (to the fictional characters and to the real-life viewers), the bombing was so jaw-droppingly unexpected and the aftereffects for the characters could be expected to be so intense that, for once, the don't-commit-suicide song seemed appropriate. And love seems such a good antidote to suicide. And grief. And the realization that life really is not guaranteed to last beyond this instant. And Jeanne was convincingly bereft when she opened that door to Tony. (How could those teenagers be so unkind to her?) "I love you, Jeanne"

In the Dark: Tony awkwardly states that they could move in together, but he seems not to have meant it when she takes him up on it.

Angel of Death episode: Tony has to save his doctor-in-peril from the crazed druggies. And he slips out of cover into cop mode, because her life is more important than catching her dad. Oh what a soap opera plot - and what fun it is to watch! His telltale actions (reaching for the gun that isn't there, being able to shoot from the floor and not hit the guy on purpose, being unflappable in the presence of crime, taking charge and knowing the protocols for dealing with apprehended violence...) give even Jeanne, the least suspecting person in the universe, pause for thought. Her surprise for him, at the end, is to introduce him to Daddy: we know, but Tony only suspects, that his cover with Daddy is long blown. And Jeanne remains blissfully unaware. This is the last car ride she will ever take and feel truly happy, relieved, glad to be alive, delighting in seeing her father and happy to be with the love of her life. Poor Jeanne.
Season 5

  • Bury Your Dead. The title must include the dead relationships, for our hero has had to confess to his heroine that she has been duped, by him, by her father. She is rightly displeased. Confused. Horrified. Self-doubting. He extracts from her a last confession of love before telling her what she already knows but does not want to see: that her Tony DiNardo the movie professor can be nothing of the sort. When Tony , confesses her his real name and that he's an NCIS Agent , she thinks that he's after her and asks him "Why ?" , and Tony answers "It's not you" and looked at her father . It was going to go badly from the start. It did.
  • And who shall be Tony's strength and stay in times of emotional trouble? Ziva the killer!
Ziva is the only person to whom Tony describes the horror of the encounter. Ziva is the most unlikely person to choose to be supportive in an emotional crisis, except that she lost her orange-hatted love, and has passed master status as a keeper of secrets, even from the ones she loves. Even from Tony, who doesn't know even now that Ari, Kate's killer, was her brother. And Ziva is the one who has realized that finding Jeanne is critical to Tony - she is the one who found out that Jeanne has taken time off from work. She is the one who finds the letter Jeanne left for Tony in the apartment, and so she is the one who hears his tale of woe. But when she leaves him alone in the apartment, it is Jeanne that he thinks about. And mourns. You could do worse than have Ziva in your corner and watching your back in a crisis. Poor Tony.
  • Internal Affairs
  • Jeanne returns, this time as a woman scorned. She tells the FBI that she saw Tony kill her father. After interrogation by Jenny, she breaks down and confesses that she lied. In her last encounter with Tony, he lies to her telling that he' never loved her. The end of a love story that was doomed from the start.


Quotes








Greatest Moments Worst Moments
On 4.09 "Twisted Sister"
Jeanne: "We've been dating for over a month. Don't you find it a little curious that we haven't taken it to the next level?"
Tony: "You mean Italian, you know, realism ? Japanese cinema?"
Jeanne: "No, sex."
Tony: "Yeah. Sex, right."
Jeanne: "Yeah, is that something you might be interested in?"
Tony: "Yeah." (He's really uncomfortable!)
Jeanne: "Yeah, I get that vibe from you. And yet we still haven't had it and you don't seem like the type who usually waits."
Tony: "Yeah. Well, it could be because you remind me of my sister."
Jeanne: "You said you were a only child."
Tony: "I am."
Jeanne: "Could I have a serious answer . . . ? Please?"
Tony: "I don't wanna rush things."
Jeanne: "Date two is rushing things, Tony. Date 11? I mean, that's a violation of the Geneva Convention."
Tony: "If you always do what you've always done , then you'll always get what you always got . . .and while what I got had its perks, I'm looking for something different now."
Jeanne: "Okay, Tony. But just so you know, whenever you're ready, so am I."
They kissed one another.
On 4.18 "Iceman"
After Tony didn't say "I love you" at the climbing wall, Jeanne didn't answer to his calls so he goes to hers.
Tony: "Jeanne, this is about . . . about what I didn't say when I beat you to the top, right?""
Jeanne: "I wanted to believe that you didn't understand what I was saying. I wanted to give you a second chance. And a third chance and fourth chance. I've said it now, Tony, and you never have." (with tear in her eyes)
Tony: "Well, that's not true."
Jeanne: "'Love you' after other physical pursuits is not the same as 'I love you'. And please, don't insult either of us by saying it now." (crying)
Tony: "Even if I mean it?"
Jeanne: "I don't think you know if you mean it. I love you. Now you need to figure out if you feel the same way."
Tony: "I don't wanna hurt you."
Jeanne: "Then just go now and figured out what it is that you want for us."
On 4.19 "Grace Period"
After Paula Cassidy's death Tony goes to Jeanne's and, with tears in his eyes, he finally says:
"I love you you, Jeanne."
Then he kisses and hugs her, crying.
On 5.01 "Bury Your Dead"
After Tony's car has blown up, he's to confess to Jeanne his real identity and his mission.
Jeanne: "I don't understand. What's happening? Tony, that was your car. Your car just . . . It could have been you. It should have been you."
Tony: "Tell me that you love me. Tell me."
Jeanne: "I do, It's just everything that's happened . . . Happened today. Last night, the way you handled things, the gun . . . The gun, firing it the way you did, and now this? It's like you're someone else, Tony. Someone else. Someone I don't know. What it is? You are, aren't you? Aren't you? Someone else. Who? Who are you?"
Tony: "I'm a federal agent. My name isn't Tony DiNardo, it's Anthony DiNozzo and I work for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service."
Jeanne: "This has all been a lie . . . A lie?"
Tony: "Jeanne, listen to me. Not all of it, not everything. Just some things. Not important things"
Jeanne: "Why? Just tell me why it is you did this. What it is I'm supposed to have done. Tell me. Tell me."
Tony: "It's not you." He looks at her father, Renè Benoit. (LaGrenouille)
Jeanne: "What? What?"
Tony: "You should ask him."
Jeanne left and Tony stayed. He's really upset.

On 5.14 "Internal Affairs"
Jeanne wants revenge and accuses Tony of her father's murder, but when Jenny interrogates her, she admits that she lied. At the end Tony meets Jeanne for the last time and he lied to her about his feelings. He knows that their love will never have a future, so he lies to let her going on with her life without regrets.
Tony: "Hey. I'm sorry you got caught in the middle of this"
Jeanne: "Was any of it real, Tony?"
A long silent moment.
Tony: "No."
Jeanne: "I wish I'd never met you."
We see tears in their eyes.





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buckeye Jeanne should come back. (page: 1 2) 24 Jan 28 2011, 1:42 PM EST by AgentPeaches
Thread started: Oct 8 2007, 7:18 AM EDT  Watch
They should bring her back. Tony and her were good for each other and the show.
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Reigne Did anyone else like Jeanne? 17 Nov 19 2009, 12:11 PM EST by Det.Beckett
Thread started: Aug 23 2008, 6:30 PM EDT  Watch
Even though I am a Tiva shipper, I actually liked Jeanne. She was a good character who added more depth to the show. When Jeanne first appeared on the show, I was kind of peeved, because I had been expecting a Tiva hook-up, but as time went by, I started to like her even more. It's sad now that she has left the show, you could tell Tony was really in love with her. What is your opinion on Jeanne?

P.S. I don't mind an "I disliked Jeanne" post, but please, save the "I H8 JEANNE SHE STOLE TONY!" rants all of the other posts dedicated to that.
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luvzivaluvncis yukk 0 Mar 20 2008, 9:22 PM EDT by luvzivaluvncis
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I H8 JEANNE AND I AMMMMMM SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GLAD SHES GONE SO NOW THERES ROOM 4 THE 1 THE ONLY (the total bet 4eva) TIVA. WOOD ZIVA LEAVE TONY TO "THINK ABOUT SOME THINGS" WOOD ZIVA GET ANGRY AT TONY IF HE LIED (well she wood but its a good point) TIVA IS AWESOME AND THERE WILL BE A TIVA NOT A WATEVA IS SHORT 4 TONY/JEANNE
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