Nikita (2010–2013)
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London Calling 

Michael becomes alarmed when he hears Cassandra is in trouble and rushes off to help her. He discovers General Tupelov has accused her of stealing two million dollars and has threatened to ... See full summary »

Director:

Jeffrey G. Hunt (as Jeffrey Hunt)

Writers:

Craig Silverstein (developed by), Kalinda Vazquez | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Maggie Q ... Nikita
Shane West ... Michael
Lyndsy Fonseca ... Alex
Aaron Stanford ... Seymour Birkhoff
Dillon Casey ... Sean Pierce
Melinda Clarke ... Amanda (credit only)
Xander Berkeley ... Percy
Helena Mattsson ... Cassandra Ovechkin
Alberta Watson ... Senator Madeline Pierce
Will Kemp ... Nigel
Paulino Nunes ... General Tupelov
William deVry ... Patrick Miller
Lyndie Greenwood ... Sonya
Illarion Michaels Illarion Michaels ... Max Ovechkin (as Illarion Unhuryan)
Tes Andemariam Tes Andemariam ... Division Guard #1 (as Tesfai Andemariam)
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Storyline

Michael becomes alarmed when he hears Cassandra is in trouble and rushes off to help her. He discovers General Tupelov has accused her of stealing two million dollars and has threatened to kill her unless she returns it. However, when Cassandra's story doesn't add up, Nikita becomes suspicious of what she might be hiding. Meanwhile, Alex receives a very tempting offer from Percy that could give her the resources to eliminate Semak. Written by CW Publicity

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Body count - 10. See more »

Goofs

The character of Nikita speaks fluent Russian. However, when she tells Michael that Tupelov is at the "Tovarish Cafe", she mispronounces the name as "TOH-va-rish." The word means "comrade" in Russian and is pronounced "ta-VAH-rishch." Since Nikita is fluent in Russian, she should have known this. See more »

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