Due to a political conspiracy an innocent man is sent to death row and his only hope is his brother who makes it his mission to deliberately get himself sent to the same prison in order to break the both of them out from the inside out.
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a.k.a. "Outbreak" Personal problems plague the Section: while vindictive Operations is countermanding Madeline's orders, Birkoff is dumped by Gail (Tara Sloane; last seen in episode 2.8) for a fellow Section One operative, and a biotic expert, named Janklow (Paul Miller). However, all of this pails in comparison to the real trouble that befalls the Section when operative Mowen (Roman Podhora; last seen in episode 2.6) brings back a sample from a Red Cell lab in Scotland, and promptly keels over from a deadly "genetically modified bacteria". With Section One contaminated by a biological hazard, Birkoff has no choice by to "segment" and quarantine the Section, to prevent the further spread of the plague. But is he too late? Meanwhile, on the outside (and out of danger), Michael and Nikita must track down biological weapons designer Anatol Biseroff (Martin Doyle) who may have the cure. But can they get to him in time?
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