When Will Tony's Ex-Fiancee Arrive on NCIS?

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A week after NCIS' 200th episode, another major event awaits Tony DiNozzo.

The arrival of his ex-fiancée, Wendy (Perrey Reeves), “comes out of left field for him,” executive producer Gary Glasberg says of the February 14 episode written by co-executive producer Steve Binder.

Some fans have correctly recalled that Wendy, who has been spoken about several times of late, was long ago said to be a music teacher and not a journalist, which Glasberg says will be mentioned.

“Steve speaks to that in the script - Wendy decided that she wanted more out of life, so she took a journalist job,” he said, meaning he either thought about that already or fans caught the mistake just in time!

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Paula: I hope and wish that Tiva is inevitable.

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Tiva is inevitable.

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the only time tony will be really happy is when he gets together with beautiful ziva and it will happen if not now later.

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I dont see how its a mistake that she was a music teacher then a journalist, people can have more then one job I just think Its Tiva trying to put a finale Nail in Tony Happiness

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This is a show that I hardly never miss because of the great story lines and actors really talented ... My husband is the one who got me hooked on this show!! So we, use this for family time!!

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