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Walter (Character)
from "La Femme Nikita" (1997)

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"La Femme Nikita: Voices (#1.19)" (1997)
Nikita: Thanks for the binoculars.
Walter: Anytime, anyplace, any position.

Walter: What's shaking, sugar?
Nikita: I have a problem.
Walter: Really?
Nikita: The police are looking for me.
Walter: Don't let them find you.
Nikita: They can oblige me to testify, Walter.
Walter: You can't.
Nikita: I may not be given that choice.
Walter: [concerned] Hey, listen. Nothing spooks Operations more that a nosy cop. So untangle yourself, *now*, before they do it for you.

"La Femme Nikita: Sympathy for the Devil (#4.7)" (2000)
Seymour Birkoff: Walter, I gotta know.
Walter: What?
Seymour Birkoff: Do I have a twin brother?
Walter: If they find that you accessed those records, 'kemosabe', there's gonna be one less good guy for me to talk to around here!

[last lines]
Walter: It wasn't neccessary.
Seymour Birkoff: And then how do you decided?
Walter: [Walter tosses a coin; Birkoff catchs it] Tails.
Walter: [Birkoff shows the coin, and it was tails] You lost, 'amigo'.

"La Femme Nikita: Kiss the Past Goodbye (#4.13)" (2000)
[first lines]
Walter: [speaking to Michael] Michael. How was your downtime?
[Michael don't answer]
Walter: You're welcome. Nice chatting with you.

Walter: Always figured I've got what it takes to be a valentine's op.
Corliss: What's in?
Walter: Ooh, you know, looks, brain, savoir-faire, the whole package.
Corliss: So what stopped you?
Walter: My problem is I also have a heart.

"La Femme Nikita: No One Lives Forever (#4.8)" (2000)
Walter: You're paranoid! Okay, I don't blame you. But you better kick it, *soon*, otherwise you never make it on the outside.

"La Femme Nikita: Third Person (#2.3)" (1998)
Walter: [talking to Nikita] I'm not saying Michael did anything, but if he did, I bet is for your own good.

"La Femme Nikita: View of the Garden (#4.3)" (2000)
Operations: [put his hand on Walter's shoulder; he fright] Nervous?
Walter: Maybe it's just that last cup of coffee.
Operations: All I came here is to ease your mind.
Walter: They'll be a first.
Operations: You're aware that Michael has effectively declared war on Section?
Walter: I'm aware there's a war, but I'm not sure who declared it.

"La Femme Nikita: Into the Looking Glass (#4.4)" (2000)
Walter: It's done. But you better move quicly; Liberia went bad, Nikita was I.D. and Faso has a hit squad after her.
Michael: I know.
Walter: You know? Michael, it's impossible, had happened when you're out in...
[he freezes, realizing that Michael caused the mission failure]
Walter: [sharply] Michael.
Michael: Don't worry. You're not involved.
Walter: [keeps sharply] That's not what I'm worried about.

"La Femme Nikita: Escape (#1.8)" (1997)
Nikita: Does the Section ever test its operatives? Tempt them, for example?
Walter: You've got to think of the Section as a living organism, and like any living organism, it will do whatever it has to survive. Be careful.

"La Femme Nikita: Gray (#1.9)" (1997)
[first lines]
Nikita: Hi, Walter.
Walter: Hey, baby. Well, how did it go?
Nikita: Guy never showed up.
Walter: Then you didn't used the beta unit.
Nikita: Nope.
Walter: Was too bad. I was really hoping to field-test this baby.
Nikita: Ooh, don't worry Walter. There'll be other days, other living *things* to kill.
Walter: Yeah, I guess you're right.
Nikita: Good night.

"La Femme Nikita: Recruit (#1.13)" (1997)
Nikita: What are you doing, Walter?
Walter: Building a bomb.
Nikita: I'll come back later?
Walter: What do you need?
Nikita: I'm not sure.
Walter: *Karyn's evaluation.*
Nikita: I don't wanna be someone the judge, the jury, *and* executioner.
Walter: Yeah? I don't wanna build *bombs*.

"La Femme Nikita: New Regime (#2.5)" (1998)
Nikita: Still thinking about Kronen?
Walter: Yeah. It bothers me that I didn't see it coming.
Nikita: Nobody did.
Walter: The day before I was trying to brief him on the new laser sight, and he keep talking about his mother.
Nikita: [surprised] His mother?
Walter: Anytime anyone in this place starts talking about "Mom", you know he's got problems.

"La Femme Nikita: All Good Things (#3.17)" (1999)
Nikita: Do you knew Operations before he was... huh... Operations?
Walter: Yeah, I knew.
Nikita: How was he like?
Walter: Pretty much the same as he is now.
Nikita: He didn't change as he took over Section?
Walter: [long pause] You worry about Michael.
Nikita: [long pause] I'm not sure. It just seems a bit different.
Walter: Power can do that.

"La Femme Nikita: In Through the Out Door (#5.3)" (2001)
[Walter, Nikita and O'Brien are leaving the cemetery]
Marco O'Brien: Walter, do you know anything about Spec Ops?
Walter: Worked there ten years. Why?
Marco O'Brien: Well, if you were stake out, where would you be?
Walter: Hedge behind the fence, six o'clock.
Marco O'Brien: That sounds about right.
[turns and shoots into the hedge - an operative falls down dead]

"La Femme Nikita: Third Party Ripoff (#3.18)" (1999)
Walter: [to Birkoff] Don't talk down on me, Birkoff! I've been sourcing triggers when you were still in short pants, and not wasn't very long ago.

"La Femme Nikita: War (#1.17)" (1997)
Operations: [on a phone call] Why not, George? That's not good enough! We are under fire, their not! Then bring it to then, get it signed off! I *don't* need to hear that, this conversation is over, George.
[hangs up the phone angrily]
Walter: Let me guess. Are hanging us out to dry.
Operations: In effect.
Walter: I knew it. They'll treat us like an infected limb. Cut us off without an eye blinking.
Operations: No one's getting cut off.
Walter: [laughing] Jo, jo, jo. Do you believe that?

"La Femme Nikita: Beyond the Pale (#3.13)" (1999)
Walter: What you looking at, Sugar?
Nikita: Just the best part of my day.
Walter: Keep talking like that and I'll forget how old I am.

"La Femme Nikita: On Borrowed Time (#3.22)" (1999)
Walter: You wanted to see me?
Operations: Yes. Michael and Nikita deceived us. You helped them.
Walter: Okey, spare me the excerpts from the owner's manual, do whatever you gonna do and just... get on with it!

"La Femme Nikita: Hand to Hand (#3.14)" (1999)
[last lines]
Walter: It was a three man mission in the Balcans. A motion detector failed, I got out live, but the other two didn't. They were in the five percent I told you about.
Nikita: Good men.
Walter: The best. And got me interested in the gadgets we use, I... designed a few myself, and eventually I got into it full time. In it ever since. Hmmm, by the way, you should start thinking about *your* future too.
Nikita: In my future?
Walter: People *don't* live forever in the field. You should... move into another area, Comm, Research, Profiling. I could use an assistant.
[Nikita gently laughs]
Walter: No, come on, I'm... I'm serious.
Nikita: I think I'd feel too guilty knowing there are people out there risking her lives.
Walter: Trust me. You're get over it.
Nikita: How you do it? How you stay sane?
Nikita: What's the secret?
Walter: Knowing, when to lie and when to tell the truth.
Nikita: To them?
Walter: To yourself. At night you go to bed, *knowing* that you live in hell, that's the truth.
Nikita: And the lie?
Walter: When you wake up in the morning, thinking that *this* day, may... change everything. You'll escape, you fall in love, they'll close the place up and send everybody home.
Nikita: At the night, have to face the truth again.
Walter: Yeah, but in the meantime, you've accomplished something trully remarkable.
Walter: You made it thru another day.
Nikita: [phone rings; Nikita answers] Hello.
Michael Samuelle: [on the phone] Josephine.
[Nikita hangs up]

"La Femme Nikita: First Mission (#2.10)" (1998)
Nikita: Walter, sometimes I don't know if you're incredibly wise or just full of crap.
Walter: Yeah. I have the same problem myself.