” asked NCIS Special Agent Timothy Mc Gee (Sean Murray), to Michael Weatherly’s Special Agent Tony Di Nozzo.
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"The greatest thing about this last episode is that Ziva doesn't die," she says.
"As long as a character doesn't die, the character can always come back.
It will finally provide some clarity to the long-simmering feelings between Ziva and Michael Weatherly's Tony Di Nozzo.
"As far as the 'Tiva' fans, they'll get a resolution they've awaited for years," she says. And if it takes a big change like this to stir things up, it's all for the better. " Such mixed feelings may only deepen the mystery of why de Pablo left.That's been the most beautiful thing out of this process." The love de Pablo felt from fans is being returned in a farewell hour that airs Oct.1 and is easily the most anticipated episode in the history of TV's top-rated drama. They fondly recall the scene back in Season 4 when Ziva David, then still a visiting Mossad agent, announced to Tony Di Nozzo, "I will kill you 18 different ways with this paper clip." So when the woman who so engagingly played Ziva for eight seasons, Cote de Pablo, announced she was leaving the series, grief-stricken devotees sent paper clips to CBS in protest. "On a September day in New York, I'm looking out my balcony, and I still miss my family," says de Pablo, thinking about not being on the Los Angeles set in the fall for the first time since 2005."But they're with me all the time, every day, and that won't change." De Pablo is speaking with exclusively after her abrupt decision not to renew her contract just prior to the start of production on Season 11 (which kicks off Tuesday at 8/7c on CBS).Photo: Kurt Arrigo/CBS ©2014 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. " data-medium-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/cotedepablo_dovekeepers.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/cotedepablo_dovekeepers.jpg? w=514" / The video below shows de Pablo on the set of the Eye Network’s miniseries, an adaptation of Alice Hoffman’s historical novel about four women in ancient Israel whose lives intersect at the siege of Masada.