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"Unfortunately, because of political things and the scripts not being good enough, I chose not to [continue]," de Pablo said of her much-mourned departure. I worked eight years in crafting this character and loving her, so when I felt or I perceived the character was not being treated with the respect that she deserved, all the money in the world [couldn't make me stay]," she explained.

"They were going to send her back to Israel and make her an unfortunate, miserable woman," the star revealed. So I said, 'Until someone can really write something fantastic for her, I won't come back.'" CBS Entertainment President Glen Geller previously said there are "not currently" any plans for de Pablo to return.

The finale also saw a return by Robert Wagner, who has recurred as Di Nozzo’s dad, this time around encouraging his son to take some time for an emotional breather.

The episode not only brought an end to Weatherly’s tenure, but closed the door on one of the show’s more intriguing running storylines: the multi-episode arc about the serial killings of NCIS agents past and present.

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De Pablo performed a portion of Tom Waits' song "Temptation" on the NCIS episode, "Last Man Standing", which first aired in the U. She is also the singer in Roberto Pitre's Vivo en vida where she sings "Samba in Prelude" and "Cry Me a River".

episode would seem “Shakespearean” made some sense.

“Di Nozzo loses a love, gains a child,” said Laura San Gicacoma’s psychiatrist character Dr. The unexpected twist not only gave de Pablo’s Ziva a sort of spiritual presence in what was the final episode of original cast member Weatherly (de Pablo was shown in flashbacks throughout the episode, in keeping with the actress’ recent disclosure that she wouldn’t be returning for new scenes).

Showrunner Gary Glasberg, however, recently revealed Ziva will influence Tony Di Nozzo's (Weatherly) decision to leave the agency.

"Tony's relationship with Ziva absolutely will have an impact on his reason to depart," Glasberg told E! "There's no part of Tony Di Nozzo that Ziva David isn't a part of." "She's a huge aspect of who his character is, so it would be unfair and wrong to write this episode, to produce this episode and not have her character be a part of it," he added.