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“Michael is fantastic. We joke around all the time. We’re great friends. I love him. We have this love-hate relationship. We can get mad at each other but we always discuss it. We don’t stay mad. We’re like an old married couple. We talk about everything, the same things you’d talk about with a girlfriend—he’s like my girlfriend, only he’s a man, and a gorgeous man. We do a lot of dinners together. We love the same things, quiet dinners where we talk about life over a glass of wine.”  
 --Cote de Pablo 

What about working with your onscreen dad, Michael Nouri?
It’s wonderful. He’s a terrific actor and we get along well. He flirts with me and I’m like, “But I’m your daughter - don’t!” He’s like, “Oh I can’t help it.”
 --Cote de Pablo

“But, honestly, what’s hard is not getting distracted looking at his adorable face.”
 --Cote de Pablo (talking about Michael Weatherly)

“No. As long as this tension between them will last, viewers will not get bored. These are complex characters, and there will always be something very special between them. Between attraction and hatred. At the limit of schizophrenia. But this dynamic works very well, and this would be a shame to spoil it.”
 --Cote de Pablo (on whether she thinks Ziva and DiNozzo will eventually form a couple)

When de Pablo enters the audition room, NCIS co-star Michael Weatherly is there, too, to perform opposite her. Network executives are watching for chemistry (or a lack thereof) between the actors. During the audition, Weatherly, who is prone to improvisation, deviates from the script. The detour surprises de Pablo. “Coming from theater, my training is that you respect the words, and you say it as it is,” she says. Weatherly, in character as jocular NCIS agent Tony DiNozzo, grabs a wayward strand of de Pablo’s hair and pushes it back into place. “My God, you are so pretty,” he says, improvising. “You remind me of Salma Hayek.” The actress is livid at what strikes her as an unprofessional breach of decorum. Is he trying to sabotage her audition? She doesn’t let him throw her off. She responds in character. “I dismissed him completely,” she says. “My primary thought was, ‘Don’t let this guy get physically close to you.’ And, at that moment, everybody in the room started laughing and thought it was the funniest thing in the world because the chemistry between the two characters was perfect.” 
 --Cote de Pablo's audition for her NCIS role