When another Section gets destroyed, Operations sends Nikita and Michael to train a group of hostile, young recruits. Operations uses the team of recruits as bait to destroy a new terrorist group, Crystal Sky, and capture its leader.

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When another Section gets destroyed, Operations sends Nikita and Michael to train a group of hostile, young recruits. Operations uses the team of recruits as bait to destroy a new terrorist group, Crystal Sky, and capture its leader.

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The most stupid episode of LFN I've ever seen
17 January 2012 | by (Czech Rep.) – See all my reviews

OK, there were weaker episodes during the series but no one SO stupid as this one. It's a dump of nonsense, screenwriter might have realized his wet childish dream vomiting absolutely stupid plot where the best two high-level operatives had been set as bait and finally sacrified (WTF?), naive unskilled teenagers turned into megaskilled everyone-knows-anything heroes cleaning enemy base (funny I-pretend-covering movement and rambo-style coverless firing), plus extremely frantic fast music. And in the end logical nonsense ("Why didn't you use abeyance operatives instead of recruits?" "Even abeyance operatives were too valued for this type of mission." Hahah.) This episode was directed by a dumb teenager and scripted by a toddler. Shame on them both. I do suffer together with Peta and Roy for taking part in such a stupidity. My advise is to omit this episode as it's only a pad without connection to the rest of the series, more it seems, this part had to come from the darkest strange distant universe. Skip S04E11 and forget it's ever existed.


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