While searching for information on the black box, Birkoff (Aaron Stanford) stumbles upon Nikita's (Maggie Q) birth certificate. Nikita and Michael track down Nikita's father Richard (guest ... See full summary »

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While searching for information on the black box, Birkoff (Aaron Stanford) stumbles upon Nikita's (Maggie Q) birth certificate. Nikita and Michael track down Nikita's father Richard (guest star David Keith), but the reunion is not quite what Nikita expected. Percy (Xander Berkeley) tells Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) that the black box that Nikita has contains information that could help her avenge her father's death. Written by The CW Network Official

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A bad-ass incredible awesome action flick episode!
6 May 2016 | by (Slovenia) – See all my reviews

343 Walnut Lane Is the sixth Episode of Nikita (Season 2), it is honestly my favorite action emotionally episode of Nikita that I love to death! In my opinion I Think this episode is excellent performed and it is very solid, with a lot's of action in it. This is the first time we found out about Nikita's real parents and at least a little more about her childhood. The first time we see Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) contacting Birkoff (Aaron Stanford). Guess star is an underrated actor David Keith who plays Richard Ellison Nikita's father. David Keith also played in An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) and Major League II (1994).

Plot: While searching for information on the black box, Birkoff (Aaron Stanford) stumbles upon Nikita's (Maggie Q) birth certificate. Nikita and Michael track down Nikita's father Richard (guest star David Keith), but the reunion is not quite what Nikita expected. Percy (Xander Berkeley) tells Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) that the black box that Nikita has contains information that could help her avenge her father's death.

The Episode has a lot of action and it has extremely incredible twist in here. Nikita's real father Richard Ellison (David Keith) suppose to be an Ex CIA agent who went AWOL and become a fugitive. Nikita (gorgeous Maggie Q) and Michael (Shane West) track him down, because Nikita wanted to met her real biological father, but the division team strike them, and they fled. Richard (David Keith) and Nikita throws smoke bombs in the house and the back door house while Michael (Shane West) uses a Colt M16A1 fitted with an M203 and fires on Division Agents, kills three agents in a gun fire with a machine gun, than covers Nikita and Richard while they are fleeing with a boat on a lake from gun fires.

The real motives about Alex are revealed to Nikita, Alex is trying to screw over Percy (Xander Berkeley) I also liked that Alex warns Birkoff about Richard that he is a division plant and he isn't Nikita's father, he was an undercover agent. To infiltrate as Nikita's father and helping Division to hunt her down.

I love that the last stand in the episode in a Birkoff's hide out, Michael and Nikita kills a bunch of bad guys (Divison Agents) and Birkoff fires missals from remote control on the house, killing almost all bad guys except Roan (Rob Stewart). he trio escapes out safely. Nikita is such a bad-ass tough heroine in this episode. I also like that Nikita confesses to Michael that he has a son. But I was little shocked how did Percy find out that Alex betrayed her twice and she warned Nikita about the mole is beyond me. Maybe he assumed or he only suspected her I don't. Maggie Q, Shane West and Aaron Stanford did an excellent decent job playing their characters, the cast performance in here was solid, I can't wait for a next episode.

Overall: 343 Walnut Lane is a decent action packed episode in Nikita Second season. Btw Lyndsy Fonseca as Alex is really, extremely gorgeous babe I love her. The rating I am giving is a 10 and I love this episode it is my favorite Episode so far in Season 2.

Nikita (season 2) The second season of Nikita, an American television drama based on the French film Nikita (1990), the remake Point of No Return (1993), and a previous series La Femme Nikita (1997), was announced on May 17, 2011, which premiered on September 23, 2011 at 8:00 pm The season featured 23 episodes.

10/10 Grade: Bad Ass Seal Of Approval Studio: The CW Starring: Maggie Q, Shane West, Lyndsy Fonseca, Aaron Stanford, Dillon Casey, Melinda Clarke, Xander Berkeley, David Keith, Rob Stewart, Noah Cappe Director: Nick Copus Producers: Marc David Alpert, Danny Cannon, Craig Silverstein, McG Screenplay: Andrew Colville Developed by Craig Silverstein characters created by Luc Besson Rated: R Running Time: 42 minutes


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