The demise of DiNozzo

I’d better speculate while there is time. I don’t think anyone on the outside knows yet how the scriptwriters are planning to get rid of Very Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo. But do it they will.

The main question for me is whether NCIS will survive DiNozzo-less. And also, how do you get rid of a longstanding friend, a joker, and someone much loved by many fans?

So far most characters have had to die when the actor leaves. Mike Franks’s ghost comes back every so often, so I assume it wasn’t the case that Muse Watson wanted out forever. Kate died and Ziva didn’t. But Ziva was pretty safe left alive, as she had a faraway country to go and live in. They probably would have had Kate back had Sasha Alexander wanted to, but instead they invented the sister she never had.

Could we bear it if DiNozzo is killed off? Is it not contrary to his persona? But if left alive, what would prevent him from turning up every now and then? And is this the end of DiNozzo Sr as well? To some he is as dear as Jr.

Will McGee step into Tony’s shoes? I’d have thought they can’t just replace him with another senior agent, especially considering the fact that DiNozzo should have had his own team to lead years ago. He’s only still there for plot purposes.

I wonder.

5 responses to “The demise of DiNozzo

  1. Maybe Jeanne will be the end of him…

  2. susan m conklin

    I’d like to see Vera, again; you remember – . she left the
    team on crutches, thanks to Tony. Couple other choices
    Fornell and Borin (sp). . . .

  3. susan m conklin

    This is a re-comment. Liked this week’s NCIS. Gibbs is looking
    more like his old self. Was a little concerned about helicopter
    flight, given crash & wolf attacks (only Gibbs could fight them
    off with a little stick).

  4. Did we watch the same episode?

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