Stephanie Bronwyn Flynn was an ex-wife of NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs.
While on temporary duty in Moscow, Gibbs met and fell in love with Stephanie with the two of them marrying and living in Moscow together for a year although the marriage failed about fourteen months into it.
As such, they got divorced with Gibbs presumably returning to the United States and resuming his work with NCIS while Stephanie's whereabouts were unknown.
NCIS Season 1Edit
In Hung Out to Dry (episode), NCIS Medical Examiner Dr. Donald Mallard revealed that Stephanie who was also Gibbs's third ex-wife got drunk on their anniversary and called Gibbs excessively, resulting in Gibbs either destroying his phone or dropping it in a jar of paint thinner.
In The Curse (episode), Ducky remarks that Stephanie had hit Gibbs in the head with a baseball bat. Ducky treated the injury and also happened to be performing an autopsy on a deceased Marine who apparently had been buried in an ant-hill up to his neck at the time.
In Left for Dead (episode), it was hinted that Stephanie lived in the Jackson Hotel.
NCIS Season 5Edit
In Ex-File (episode), Stephanie became a suspect in the joint NCIS/Army-CID investigation into the murder of Captain Trent Reynolds but she was later released without charge although it was revealed that she was in a relationship with Major Eric Sweigart.
Despite this, at the conclusion of the episode, Stephanie returned his dog tags and Gibbs walked her out to her car. Stephanie lamented her experience with men, Gibbs felt enough affection for her to attempt to comfort her by saying Gibbs "Me. Us. It's not your fault". Stephanie: "It wasn't anyone's fault, but at least we'll always have Moscow," and they parted amicably.
It could also be presumed that this was also responsible for permanently ending Gibbs's own relationship with Lieutenant Colonel Hollis Mann.
NCIS Season 11Edit
In Kill Chain (episode), Stephanie was shown in a profile along with Gibbs's two other ex-wives.
It was also revealed that Stephanie now lived in Philadelphia.