“Well, I told you about the… the brains. I told you about the guts, I
told you about the muscle, the scientist, the politician, the leader, I
told you about every member of the team, except myself. The part I play. I’m the wild card. I’m the guy who looks at the reality in front of him and refuses to accept it. Like right now I should be terrified, right? But I’m not.“
Ziva was such a strong and fiercely independent woman. She was tough as nails and knew how to handle herself in any situation. She also had strong principles and values which was refreshing to see in a woman trying to fit into the US customs and traditions.
I can’t imagine anyone not loving Abby! She may not have the physical prowess of the other women on the show, but she has proven time and again that she can handle herself when the chips are down.
Extremely intelligent, outgoing and energetic, Abby embodies the essence of feminism. And her quirky personality shows that you can’t judge any book by it’s cover.
As a newcomer to the show, I have to say I was a bit apprehensive about how she would fit into the team dynamic. But I was pleasantly surprised and found myself falling in love with her character.
It’s almost like she was a strange fusion of all the characters before her, taking the best traits from Abby, Ziva, Cate and Jenny Shepard and rolled them all into one.
Jenny was a wonderful leader. She was poised and graceful, knew how to be diplomatic when it counted and never took crap from anyone! Again, she had the great traits of being a total bad ass, beautiful, intelligent, and a great leader. I miss her greatly.
I can’t tell you how much I miss Kate. She was a jewel. I loved her dearly. I was so shocked when they killed her off. Plot device aside, she was a great character that was sacrificed at the expense of a story line.