There’s only one new episode left before NCIS begins saying goodbye to original cast member Pauley Perrette. The actress shared photos on Twitter with her costars and revealed when we will see her last episode playing Forensic Specialist Abby Sciuto.
In October, the actress announced her departure from the CBS series at the end of the season on Twitter. She had written, “It was a decision made last year. I hope everyone will love and enjoy EVERYTHING ABBY not only for the rest of this season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years.”
Perrette’s first tweet showed pictures with the actors who play McGee, Palmer, Bishop and Torres. It looks like it got emotional on set for Perrette by the time she took that last photo.
Finished shooting my last scene of NCIS with @SeanHMurray @BrianDietzen @EmilyWickersham @WValderrama Airs May 8th.
LOVE Y’ALL!!! pic.twitter.com/6jfNgIh0Nz
— Pauley Perrette (@PauleyP) April 7, 2018
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In her second tweet, the actress revealed that Abby’s exit is a two-parter. While we don’t have any information as of yet about either episode, we do know that the May 1 episode is titled “One Step Forward.”
Abby’s exit from #NCIS is in two parts. May 1 and May 8th. I worked really hard to give you my best. I really hope EVERYONE tunes in. Bless
— Pauley Perrette (@PauleyP) April 8, 2018
For now, we can only speculate about why Abby leaves NCIS (unless she gets an offer for another position in the agency?) — and why it occurs two episodes before the finale (airing May 22.) Could Abby be planning to take a step forward in her career? Even if that’s the case, something could happen to her. It seems unlikely that NCIS would kill off Abby, but anything’s possible. However she leaves, we should see how the team deals with her absence in the remaining two episodes of the season.
How do you think NCIS is going to write out Abby? Tell us your theories in the comments!
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