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"Sometimes they write in, 'You see a little Sam,' or 'You see a little Owen,'" Devon Sawa, who plays Sam/Owen, explained when AccessHollywood.com asked him to clarify his character's identity this season, during a visit to the show's set earlier this fall.
But seeing traces of Owen won't be immediate. Devon said hints of his former character come in later in the season (he was about to start shooting Episode 5 when Warner Bros. flew us ...
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Fans who have been waiting for more Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) and Owen (Devon Sawa) scenes are finally going to get what they've been craving, TVLine reports. It looks like these two tatted kindred spirits are finally going to be spending some quality time together ... though no word yet on whether or not that will be as Owen, or his newly rediscovered alter ego, Sam Matthews. We hope for Alex's sake it will be the friendlier Owen she's spending her time with.
"Nikita's" final season airs midseason on The CW. »
The following story contains mild spoilers from Friday’s Nikita. Read on at your own risk.
Owen Elliot has left the building.
Unfortunately, said persona — a no-nonsense, drug-smuggling Army vet named Sam Matthews — isn’t nearly as compassionate or appealing as Owen. What’s more, he has some serious trouble playing nice with others; when you’re part of the Division Super Friends, that might become an issue.
Alas, Sam is here »
- Megan Masters
3 items from 2013
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