La Femme Nikita (1997–2001)
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Let No Man Put Asunder 

Michael asks Nikita to bring him back into Section One, but Mr. Jones doubts Michael's motives. Michael's son, Adam, whom Operations has kept hidden from Michael, is kidnapped by The Collective, which ransoms the boy for Jones.

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Luc Besson (characters), Lawrence Hertzog | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Peta Wilson ... Nikita
Don Francks ... Walter
Cindy Dolenc ... Kate Quinn
Eugene Robert Glazer ... Operations
Edward Woodward ... Mr. Jones
Aidan Devine ... Graff
Conrad Coates ... Haled
Roy Dupuis ... Michael Samuelle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Grace Armas Grace Armas
Evan Caravela Evan Caravela ... Adam Samuelle
James McGowan
Kristen Ross ... Techie
Jonathan Walker ... Rustam
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Storyline

Michael asks Nikita to bring him back into Section One, but Mr. Jones doubts Michael's motives. Michael's son, Adam, whom Operations has kept hidden from Michael, is kidnapped by The Collective, which ransoms the boy for Jones.

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Release Date:

25 February 2001 (Canada) See more »

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Goofs

At the end, when Michael enters The Collective, an operative is sitting at a table using a keyboard and looking up into space at a non-existent monitor. Usually, this series features holographic computer monitors floating in mid-air but this one is absent. See more »

Quotes

Michael Samuelle: Come with me.
Nikita: I can never replace Elena on Adam's eyes, Michael.
Michael Samuelle: Don't try. Be yourself.
Nikita: [gently smiling] A white picket fence? Mini van? Cocker spaniel?
[laughs softly]
Michael Samuelle: Why not?
[Nikita chuckles]
Michael Samuelle: Could even have children our own.
Nikita: [long wait] I fear I've lost... courage for our dream.
Michael Samuelle: [long wait] It's not dream... we make it work.
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Soundtracks

Enough Love
(uncredited)
Written by Nicola Hitchcock and Saul Freeman
Performed by Mandalay
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