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‘NCIS’ Alum Teases Return of Mark Harmon’s Gibbs

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‘NCIS’ Alum Teases Return of Mark Harmon’s Gibbs

‘NCIS’ Alum Teases Return of Mark Harmon’s Gibbs

On December 5, former NCIS star Michael Weatherly tweeted about his character Anthony DiNozzo making a comeback on the show, which piqued the interest of fans. DiNozzo couldn’t stop talking about his boss, Leroy Jethro Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon, in his dream. Some fans interpreted the Bull star’s most recent tweet as a hint that the two characters might make a comeback.

“This guy jolted me awake this morning. Then I realized it had all been a dream. He couldn’t get Gibbs off his mind. As well as his shoulder holster, “Weatherly used the hashtags #NCIS and #dream in his tweet. He also included a selfie in black and white. There has been no word on Gibbs or Tony’s return, but fans are still excited about the prospect, proving that they haven’t forgotten about either of them. “I think all OG NCIS fans still fantasize about this guy,” one fan wrote on Twitter. “I’m hoping this means we’ll get another episode with DiNozzo,” another user wrote.

Weatherly left NCIS at the end of Season 13 to star in Bull, his own hit CBS drama. He plays the title character, Dr. Jason Bull, who runs a jury consulting firm in that series. The show is currently in its sixth season and airs on CBS on Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET.

Despite the fact that he is busy with his own show, Weatherly appears to enjoy teasing fans who are hoping for a possible NCIS return. On September 29, he tweeted a photo from NCIS’ 200th episode with Ziva David from Cote de Pablo. “Let’s just say they wound up in Paris. Does anyone believe that’s a possibility? (By the way, filming this scene for #ncis ep 200 was one of my favorite moments.) “He tweeted about it.

“Great Wide Open,” Harmon’s final NCIS episode as a series regular, aired on October 11. Gibbs chose to remain in Alaska rather than return to his position as the leader of the NCIS Major Case Response Team. Gary Cole’s new character, former FBI agent Alden Parker, took his place. Harmon is still an executive producer on the show and can be seen in the opening credits.

“Parker isn’t overly chatty, but he is more verbal,” Cole recently told TVInsider about the differences between his and Harmon’s characters. “He’s not as old-fashioned; he tries to get his hands on the latest technological gadgets in order to impress everyone. He’s attempting to blend in with the rest of the team. Although he is hesitant to admit it, he admires Gibbs’ willingness to break the rules. Parker flexes them. We’ll see if it reaches the breaking point.” NCIS airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS, followed by NCIS: Hawai’i at 10 p.m. ET.

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