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hello and goodbye.

but do you remember the whoaamyninja blog ran by heartwarming/heartwarm-ed and the zivaziver one? One is gone and the other was updated the last time 2 years ago. two years. gosh.

Officer David, the liaison position with NCIS is being terminated. You’re going home

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two wing nuts;

Do you remember the ‘No Safety Pin’ challenge? good memories

"I mean when you think about it, you got to face the fact that is is a very successful TV show on American television all over the world and probably the driving force of the show, this might be sacrilegious to say, was the realtionship between you and Cote. Between Michael and Cote. It drove the show through years and years of … of this procedural, I’m sure very interesting stuff, but there was emotion connected to it all the way through and it wasn’t, knowing Mr. Weatherly from before this show, that he lives in the work that he does. He lives in the work that he does."
- James Whitmore Jr. (Past, Present and Future Commentary)

Tony & Ziva + Car conversations.

Track: Game Change
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Gina L. Monreal: “..and it really was a love story. It’s just so neat that we got to tell this love story over the years and then we got to pay a tribute to it in the finale episode. In a show like this it’s sort of rare and it’s really special that we got to tell that love story.

Michael Weatherly: “With the departure of Cote de Pablo, which was very emotional and interesting and deeply troubling i’m sure for the writers, we got to plumb the depths of the.. Tiva of it all, and.. so that had obviously an effect on everybody as we were shooting, it was very intense and there was lot of emotion and then all of a sudden we had an empty desk..”

Michael, Mark, Gary, Scott and Gina interviews - Part of the "Game Change" special feature.

I’ve never heard them say “Tiva” so many times in any DVD like in this one I swear.

Track: PPF Commentary #2
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Michael Weatherly, Gina Lucita Monreal, Scott Williams & James Whitmore Jr. commentary on the MTAC scene & one of the Tony and Ziva scenes in PPF.