The focus of concern shifted back to Deeks and they were on to the next case.
Though, it's not like Callen went out an broke the "Unwritten Rule" like Deeks did, so perhaps that's why both Hetty and Kensi were focused on Deeks' recovery and his "heart." When Deeks rode up on the bike, I had equally concerned for his well-being and confident that he was healing appropriately. The bike was only a symptom of their concern for Deeks though.
During early episodes of Season 5, 7 and 11 and late episodes of Season 9, he had a shaved head. He is of average height and has a slim but muscular build.
This comes through whenever he is chasing a suspect.
The wind, sound, environment would encapsulate Deeks and help him to let go. Though, once he had the bike and enjoyed its therapeutic abilities, he didn't want to let it go. She had no doubt that he was ready for work, but she worried about his relationship with Kensi.I think, especially for a storyline like this, at the end of the day, the officer who seemed to be involved was involved in a different way. Pride had a job to do and NCIS had a job to do and that’s the direction that he had to go in.So the story involving General Matthews isn’t over.Tony: Just because I was alone, manning the fort, handling Gibbs solo, while you've been strolling around South Beach dancing to the rhythm of the night, why would I feel the need to say anything negative? Ducky: Did I ever tell you about the first case that Jethro and I worked?