Wickersham: Bishop has definitely regrouped and took time for herself, and really focused on work at NCIS. And am proud to be able to say years from now, when there are plenty more married couples of all types and shapes and colors and sizes trying to do the right thing with their marriage, that I did the right thing.Previously you talked about the importance of Bishop being alone for a while after her divorce.Why is this relationship such an important move for her?Perrette is currently shooting and producing a documentary on legendary civil rights attorney Mark Lane.Born in New Orleans and raised all over the South, Perrette now lives in Los Angeles.(The throwaway line about "evening plans" in the scene where Gibbs tasks Bishop and Qasim with going through a ton of files, in retrospect, is a dead giveaway.)Michael Weatherly pitches a crossover chatted with Wickersham about whether we're going to see more of Bishop and Qasim's relationship play out in future episodes, why now is the right time for Bishop to jump back into the dating pool, and what impact the Guantanamo case is going to have on Bishop going forward. Qasim is in them and a little bit more of their relationship is revealed.We learn in this episode that Bishop and Qasim have been dating for a few months. You know how it goes at much, but we will definitely get a little window into their relationship.
First on-air confirmation of the relationship that happened in Season 1, ending early season 2. There was a thing between them, but they both decided that a romantic relationship was impossible because they worked together. Similar to Dinozzo and Ziva, who we all saw had romantic feelings for one another.
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She is a poet and spoken-word artist, a music fanatic, a fervent civil rights activist, a published writer, documentary producer and photographer.
Well, now it's Abby's turn to go on a date, and Mc Gee's not happy.