NCIS season 17 episode 10 is only a matter of days away! That means opportunities aplenty to dive into Ziva’s return. Not only that, but chances to learn a little bit more about what the character is going through.
In a new sneak peek that you can watch over at TVLine, one of the things we get more clarification on is how Ziva ended up back around the team in the first place. We already reported this weekend that Gibbs was the one to call her, rather than things going the other way around. Why did he do this? It was because of some of the actions of one Ellie Bishop.
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Yet, in the TVLine sneak peek, we learned that it was Odette who first came to Bishop with some concerns over Ziva … ones that had to do with her being in a crowd and also her ongoing battle with anxiety. There were simply some concerns that were had over her health, given some of the struggles that she’s had since first disappearing so many years ago.
We know that in this upcoming episode, Ziva is doing what she can in order to complete the “one thing” that she needs to do before reuniting with Tony and Tali … and she may need some help in order to do it. A part of the problem for her could just end up being her finding a way to ask for said help. That’s not the easiest thing in the world for her to do, mostly because she’s someone who is used to having the weight of the world on her shoulders.
Ultimately, we are aware of the fact that Ziva and Gibbs are working together to complete whatever she wants to do — there’s enough promotional information out there for us to know that this is ultimately the case. We’ll just have to wait and see what the end result here is.
What do you think is going to be coming on NCIS season 17 episode 10?
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