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Designing Nikita: Production Designer Rocco Matteo at work
Reluctant spy Nikita (Peta Wilson) continues to perform acts of counterterrorism merely to save her own skin as La Femme Nikita launches its third season. The opening episode finds Nikita trying to ascertain the whereabouts of her partner and lover, Michael Samuelle (Roy DuPuis) -- even while her superior at the covert organization Section One, a man known as "Operations" (Eugene Robert Glazer), plots to "cancel" Nikita because he feels she has outlived her usefulness. Much to Nikita's surprise, she discovers that Michael has been married all along to a woman named Elena (Samia Shoaib) and has a son named Adam (Evan Caravella). However, he soon loses both wife and son -- and the will to live, giving Nikita a new "mission," that of saving Michael from himself. (By this time, both are back in the good graces of Section One...not that they trust Operations any farther than they can throw him!) And back at Section One headquarters, Nikita's co-workers Birkoff (Matthew Ferguson) and Walter (Don Francks) start gathering evidence to prove that Operations has been undermining the organization from the outset (it turns out, however, that Walter can't be trusted either). Meanwhile, Operations' second-in-command, Madeline (Alberta Watson), tries to break up the relationship between Nikita and Michael -- when she isn't trying to take over Section One herself, that is. The season's two-part finale finds Nikita and Michael trying out various subterfuges to see each other despite Madeline's efforts, Operations settling accounts with the duplicitous Walter, Birkoff putting his own life on the line to sabotage Walter's replacement -- and a sinister turn of events in which Nikita is "reprogrammed" as a potential force of evil! ~ Hal Erickson