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Gibbs:“People died because of that teacher. What do you think should happen to her?” Flores:“Sir, that’s not my decision.” Gibbs:“Yeah, but you thought about it.” Flores:“She should be accountable for her crimes.” Gibbs:“How?”
COTE DE PABLO THE “NCIS” SPECIAL AGENT SINGS, SPARS, SHOOTS, AND SLEUTHS
It’s an early morning on the sound stage where the CBS procedural drama, “NCIS” (one of the world’s most watched television shows), is taped, and Special Agent/Badass Ziva David is interviewing a witness with the take-no-crap style for which she is known. As soon as the scene wraps, Ziva David morphs back into actor Cote de Pablo, and after spending a minute in her presence, it becomes evident that being around murder, firearms, and military maneuvers was the last thing she had in mind back when she was a hardworking student absorbed in the disciplines of music and theater. “When I graduated from school, I always saw myself doing period pieces, something with kings and queens,” de Pablo says. “Never in a million years did I think I would be playing a former Mossad agent who runs around kicking butt. Even when I was going through the casting process for this part, I never thought I’d get it.”