Yeah, there will probably be a lot of stupid drabbles like this from me now that I think of Kensi as Wonder Woman and Deeks as Superman. This is my alternate convo drabble to “Three Hearts.” The real one isn’t cooperating. Mild adult behavior.
“I’m just saying,” Deeks gasped as he tore his lips away from Kensi’s. “I don’t think we’re on the same page here.”
Biting her bottom lip, Kensi unbuttoned the top button of her pink plaid shirt. He cleared his throat, and she continued unbuttoning her shirt until it hung open loosely. Deeks groaned when she trailed her fingers from her navel up to her bra, pulling her shirt off and dropping it to the floor. “I figured you’d want me to take care of the buttons myself this time.”
"Yeah. No. Yeah," Deeks stammered, unable to tear his eyes away from her. "The buttons, they’re uh, backwards. It always throws me off." Blinking quickly, he moved his gaze up to her eyes. "This isn’t what I meant."
"Well, you weren’t exactly clear…" Kensi tugged at the bottom of his tee shirt and ran her fingers under the hem, fingering the soft hairs above his belt buckle. "And up until today, I thought you were the one that was ready for this."
"So what changed?"
Deeks swallowed deeply. “Things uh,” he placed his hands on her waist gently, rubbing his thumbs along her curves. “They became fuzzier. And clearer. At the same time. I think maybe this time I just need to figure it out.”
"Anything I can do to help you with that?" Kensi shrugged, causing one of her bra straps to fall off of her shoulder. She smiled as she watched his eyes move back down to her bra and slipped her fingers just under the band of his boxer shorts.
Licking his lips, Deeks looped his finger underneath her strap and paused as if he was trying to decide if wanted to pull it back up or push it further down. “This isn’t Wonder Woman,” he sajd, voice suddenly gruff.
Kensi pressed her body flush against his, forcing her hand into his boxers. He twitched when she wrapped her fingers around him, smiling appreciatively. “You sure feel like Superman.”
Deeks clenched his teeth briefly, shaking his head as he grinned and tugged at Kensi’s bra. He snaked his hand around to unclasp it, ducking his head to kiss the new skin that was just revealed to him. “Figure this out later?”
Moaning softly, Kensi leaned back to give him easier access. “That’s what you always say. But God yes, we’ll figure it out later.”
“You sure feel like Superman.” - no words needed.
Because that writer didn’t know that another writer was going to create her in the future.
Aunt Barbara is not impressed with you, writers.
I usually enjoy angsty scenes and I’d love to see Densi together overcoming the problems that normal people have to deal with too. I want them to get together and learn to walk hand in hand. To be there for each other when it gets too dark. To learn and accept the flaws of each other in a real relationship. That’s what I call good angst and drama. Things don’t have to be perfect, they just need to make sense.
Some of the things that don’t make sense are boxes, lakes, knives, raccoons and kalsteins.
I think it’s so sad that people think the writers of NCIS: LA suck, they don’t! They just created this whole scheme not to get Kensi and Deeks together yet and that was a very good idea, if they got together now their relationship would get boring. I hate it that you guys are saying that you’re gonna stop watching the show. Maybe, just maybe, they did this just to postpone all the good stuff they are planning
Why would their relationship be boring? Why do people always assume this? I’ve watched plenty of law enforcement dramas where two characters start a relationship and it’s not boring at all. There are plenty of was to drive a plot and create conflict.
When is a good time for them to get together? Seriously. When is the perfect window of time for them to start a relationship? If you think their relationship will get boring if they got together now, how would that change if they waited until season 7 or 8?
What she said. Also, I don’t understand why it is necessary to have “bad stuff” that postpones the “good stuff”. They could have created good angst and good drama without all the bullshit going on this season, instead they fucked up the good opportunities and wasted all the potentials. Let’s not pretend that the writers do this knowingly and on purpose just to set up an even better season 6 or whatever. They don’t know what they’re doing, instead of making shit better, they’re just keep fucking it up.
Not to mention you, Buddy.
Gooooood moooorning. :D
This is the kind of stuff ncis-los-angeles wakes me up with in the morning. How scary is this. Brilliant though. :)
Just to be clear, it wasn’t meant to be brilliant, it was meant to be creepy. :D
Oh God, first I read #raccoons instead of #reasons.
That feels like a big fatty middle finger.
I felt the same way when I first read this tweet. What gets me is that I didn’t necessarily hate the episode, but I fell like he’s purposefully stringing us along with the Deeks and Kensi relationship. And not for the benefit of the characters either.
I am fine with Deeks and Kensi not being together just yet, I really am. I mean, personally, I think it’s kind of stupid that two adults who are attracted to each other don’t do something (and I don’t just mean sexy time. Talking would be fine). However, logically I can see why there may be reasons why they would want to take their relationship incredibly super slow. But they have to give us a real reason and tell us with real words. Not a knife sliding across a desk and a look. Not two or three different metaphors that we’re supposed to interpret. Why is it that 10 minutes with a complete stranger who has barely (if at all) seen the two of them interact with each other have a greater impact on the future of their relationship then how they actually feel themselves?
I still don’t understand why Deeks and Kensi are taking a step back from their relationship. Or how that was presented to us in last night’s episode.
So, Dave Kalstein can take his backhanded “fuck you” somewhere else. Being #1 does not mean you made a stellar episode.
5x22 is titled “One More Chance” because the writers have one more chance to explain what the fuck is going on
You’re not spiritual enough to understand. :)
It’s too bad Deeks and Kensi can’t talk to someone who had a relationship with his partner and eventually got married and the world didn’t collapse in on itself.
No, he wants to take a step back because the raccoon guy scared him.
The problem is he’s got too many metaphors going at the same time and no discussion in between. We don’t know which metaphor is on top and which one is in play at any given moment.
- The frozen lake: Kensi knows what she wants but it’s a big, scary risk to actually get it. She has to move at a glacial pace.
- The box: Everything Deeks ever wanted is inside it, but they have to peel away lots of layers to access it.
- Three hearts: Everyone has a secret soul inside them they they don’t show to other people, or shouldn’t.
- The knife: It’s a piece of Kensi she entrusted to Deeks and serves as a symbol of them peeling back layers and becoming closer.
- Raccoons: They mate for life and are destined to be together forever. If one suffers the other will also suffer.
- Ghosts: Okay, I don’t actually know this one. They’re both going to die one day.
So basically Kensi doesn’t want to move, Deeks has to work really hard for what he wants, they probably shouldn’t even be trying this because people are better when they’re super secretive and don’t share themselves, but that’s okay they’ll just slice right through because they’re going to be forever together eventually (but only right before they kick the bucket).
In the meantime we’ll just get bantery friendship with no discussion until the next
random person who has opinions about partners datingcatalyst comes along that pushes them to address their “thing” (which is actually no longer a “thing” because they’re just bffs) in an indecipherable combination of looks, objects, and discussion of wildlife.
But hey, maybe the next metaphor will move them one step closer to death.