Nikita (2010–2013)
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Just as Nikita is finally starting to see an end to the long war with the Shop, Ryan confesses a secret that could unravel it all. Meanwhile, Michael tries to get Nikita to accept their new... See full summary »

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Seymour Birkhoff
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Ryan Fletcher
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Amanda
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Sonya
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Phillip Jones
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Just as Nikita is finally starting to see an end to the long war with the Shop, Ryan confesses a secret that could unravel it all. Meanwhile, Michael tries to get Nikita to accept their new circumstances as he contemplates what comes next for the two of them. Realizing Sam was planning to steal her diamonds, Alex gives him a suitcase of fake diamonds to deliver to her contact in France. Alex is surprised when he upholds his end of the bargain and doesn't take off with the jewels. However, things get messy when Sam is jumped by the loan shark he owes money to and Alex must step in to save him. Written by Anonymous

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Michael's last name is revealed as Bishop in this episode. See more »

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In the beginning of the show, when Michael and Nikita are talking in a yard, after Nikita says, "What kind of dream?" Michael raises his left hand and put it on Nikita's shoulder, but in the next shot, Michael's hand is next to his waist. See more »

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Nikita: [voiceover, inside the military hospital, as Ryan's body lies covered under a sheet] When we came here, I thought it was finally over. I really believed that the truth was going to set us free.
[approaching his body]
Nikita: But now I'm trapped in an even bigger lie. The world doesn't know that Amanda is alive, but I do, because Ryan believed in the truth. He died for the truth
[lifts the shroud from his face]
Nikita: and I can't let that be for nothing.
[places her medal on his chest]
Nikita: Going after her means ...
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penultimate episode

(added an extra point, because episode DID really get to me, just like in my Iranian colleague's report, the only other reviewer here, so, okay)

The pay-off is in this episode (see my review of previous installment) and I am not going to criticize. It's goodbye to a long-running character (enough said) and that bit was extremely well done, down to horrific detail, might be very, very upsetting viewing for gentle types. But exactly right.

Great performance by Lyndsy Fonseca, and there's even a heatwave lingerie scene by Maggie Q to kick off proceedings. A total, almost sweet, lull in their newfound situation hides the nasty truth. Just when everything seems to be nothing but smooth smooth sailing, all earthly hell breaks loose with the nastiest witch this side of damnation.

And the way it ends... Wow! Invitation to a little war!!


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