Owen leaks secret information from Division's black boxes to the media, revealing that the U.S. Government was responsible for an assassination in Chile. As a result, Percy frames a C.I.A. ... See full summary »

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Owen leaks secret information from Division's black boxes to the media, revealing that the U.S. Government was responsible for an assassination in Chile. As a result, Percy frames a C.I.A. agent, Ryan for the crime. Nikita and Owen go to Chile to rescue Ryan from mercenaries and in doing so end up getting captured. Nikita reveals the secrets of Division to Ryan in an effort to save all of their lives. Back inside Division, Alex spies on Percy and Birkhoff and witnesses a side to Percy she has never seen before. Written by CW Publicity

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Good chapter ... but...
3 December 2010 | by (Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

speaking from Chile, I must say, what do the writers have in their heads?? OK, the episode begins with the revelation of the assassination of a presidential candidate in Chile. So far, so good. But then, there are... REBELS??? Using *MACHETES*?? really?? and Rebel Camps?? In Cajón del Maipo?? a place less than 10 kilometers from Santiago, full of picnic areas, restaurants, tourist places... there are REBEL CAMPS??? what are we, Colombia? I almost expected Santiago depicted as a dusty plaza surrounded with places labeled like "La Cantina", "El Hotel", "El Correo" like a banana republic in a '70's movie. One would think that in this era, those stereotypes would be long gone. OK that was my rant.


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