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While living in his head seemed satisfying, Tony, the confirmed bachelor and neat freak didn’t know what to do with a small child.Most importantly, Tony did not know if Tali understood who he was. “Family First” is the perfect name for this episode, as Tony no longer puts himself first – now it is all about what is right for his daughter.Tony then had to go to Israel, when he found out he had a daughter with Ziva and that she had died in the explosion.
Tony reveals some feelings ("Guess, I just couldn't live without you." and "I'd save her in a heartbeat.") and have a moment in the Men's Bathroom, where Ziva kisses Tony on the cheek. It was actually the trained laser on the room that gave you away.female FBI agent: I was talking about your agents Di Nozzo and David pretending to be married FBI agent: Very convincing.female FBI agent: I don't think anyone in the FBI would actually go all the way just to sell a cover FBI agent: I would.
We find out that Tony had her number all of this time, yet could not reach her. But soon, we find out that someone was pulled out of the rubble, and Tony gets his second shock: he was a father.
A little girl named Tali was presented to Tony as his child.
He slyly revealed some clues as to how his character would leave the show.
The most mysterious clue was that he teased that Ziva David, the love of Anthony Di Nozzo’s life, was going to be prominent in the series finale, curiously entitled “Family First.”“I think the audience will feel very strongly that she’s in the episode in a way that might be a little Shakespearean but it’s real, and I think it’s going to be a very exciting time for fans of that relationship.When Di Nozzo senior, perfectly portrayed by the dapper Robert Wagner found a photo of Ziva and Tony, Tali points out her mother and says “mama” in Hebrew and then she sees Tony in the same photo and says “papa” in Hebrew. He is headed to Paris, with Tali, to the city he and Ziva loved. Michael Weatherly was perfect-not overly dramatic, but heartfelt and secure that he was doing the right thing.