The First Look at Michael Weatherly's NCIS Goodbye Will Make You Cry

Watch a trailer for the star's final two episodes, airing on May 10 and 17

By Jean Bentley May 04, 2016 9:00 PMTags

It's so haaaaaard/to say goodbyeeeeee/to Michael Weatherlyyyyyyyy. That's how that song goes, right?

Michael Weatherly's final two episodes of NCIS are rapidly approaching (Tuesday, May 10 and 17), and we were already tearing up just thinking about saying goodbye to DiNozzo. Then we watched this promo CBS just released that pays tribute to Tony and the obstacles he's faced over the past 13 seasons, and we full-blown sobbed.

Yes, in the office. Yes, people stared. No, we're not sorry about it.

The new video features clips of some of DiNozzo's most heroic moments over the years—plus some of his final scenes (those are the ones that will get those tears streaming down your face). You will definitely cry while watching Tony hug Abby and Gibbs goodbye, so you might want to find a safe space before you press play on the trailer above.

You'll also catch a glimpse of Ziva—but before you get your hopes up that Cote de Pablo is returning, we should inform you that it's an old clip from their farewell scene two seasons ago.

NCIS Boss on Michael Weatherly's Exit: Ziva Is a Huge Factor in Tony's Departure

"There are incredibly touching, emotional moments between Tony and the rest of our cast," NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg told E! News of Weatherly's farewell episode. "We did a fantastic moment between Abby and Tony a few days ago that literally had our crew with tears in our eyes. We did an amazing scene yesterday between Gibbs and Tony in Gibbs' basement that surprised us all and caught us off guard."

Yes, both of those moments are included in the trailer.

"It's very hard to say goodbye to Michael," he added. "He's a huge part of this family, both behind the scenes and on camera. You want to do it justice, you want to do the best job that we can, and at the same time it's very emotional for us. We've spent years and years and years together and it's hard."

NCIS airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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