1999-03-30 00:00:00 - The Scene We Didn't See - (LZHU24A@prodigy.com)
Scene: Madeline���s office after Michael���s meeting with ���Nikita��� on level 4. Madeline: Come in Michael, sit down. You wanted to see me about something? Michael: Yes. There���s something not right about Nikita. Madeline: Oh? Michael: She asked me to meet her at her apartment in one hour, assuming that I would want to have wild monkey sex with her. Madeline: And that would be a wrong assumption on her part? Michael: No, that would be correct. However, Nikita knows that I wouldn���t be that easy. She knows that I���m still carrying around a lot of baggage and guilt from the Vacek mission, still suffering the loss of my son,and my first wife Simone,and my guilt over my dead friend Rene Dion and the bombs we set off, not to mention the memories of all the people both evil and innocent that I have been forced to murder in the name of Section. She knows that I still haven���t gotten past the ���blank stare��� stage. Madeline: Yes, I see your point. Also, we���re not far enough along in Season 3 for you and Nikita to resolve your feelings for each other, let alone give in to your underlying desire for WMS. We must keep the HR���s waiting. Michael: What should I do? Madeline: Michael, I think you know what you have to do. If we���re dealing with an imposter who is infiltrating Section One with the purpose of learning all of our secrets, than we need time to investigate the situation and formulate a plan to rescue the real Nikita. It is imperative that we do this in such a way as to leave the viewer���s dumbfounded as to how we knew where she was being held in the first place. Michael, you need to follow through with Nikita���s invitation to her apartment, we can���t make her suspicious. You must have WMS with her, and keep her busy for the entire night. Can you do this Michael? Michael: Madeline, how can you ask me that? You know that I am an experienced Valentine Op, capable of bringing women to heights of pleasure never thought possible, or probable; all the while taking no pleasure for myself. Feeling nothing. You can see it on my face when it���s over. I just lay there, staring blankly, waiting until they ask, ���is everything ok?��� Then I reply, ���yes, everything���s fine,��� never looking them in the eye. Madeline: Yes, Michael, you���re good. You���re very good. But this woman does look a lot like Nikita. It would be perfectly understandable and acceptable if you found yourself enjoying the encounter. Matter of fact, I think it would be best if you convinced yourself that it was Nikita. I think a night of WMS is just what you need, Michael, after everything you have had to deal with recently, and Nikita has always been your weakness. Let yourself lose control for a while, Michael, with the satisfaction of knowing that you won���t have to deal with the aftermath. Michael: What do you mean, the aftermath? Madeline: Michael, think about it. It���s not really Nikita! You won���t have to listen to her whine about when you can be together next, or where your relationship stands, or about how she wishes you would open up to her more and share your inner most thoughts. Michael: You���ve made a good point, Madeline. (Rising quickly and heading for the door) I guess I better not keep her waiting. Madeline to herself, a smug smile on her face: We trained you well, Michael. : ) Lenore
1999-03-30 00:00:00 - Re: The Scene We Didn't See - (email@example.com)
Mild spoilerage... >Michael: What do you mean, the aftermath? >Madeline: Michael, think about it. Itï¿½s not really Nikita! You wonï¿½t have >to listen to her whine about when you can be together next, or where your >relationship stands, or about how she wishes you would open up to her >more and share your inner most thoughts. >Michael: Youï¿½ve made a good point, Madeline. (Rising quickly and >heading for the door) I guess I better not keep her waiting. >Madeline to herself, a smug smile on her face: We trained you well, >Michael. > >: ) >Lenore > > Oh, you're evil!! :-) No wonder he had to give it a go. Kyn Familiarity breeds contempt- and children.
1999-04-01 00:00:00 - Re: The Scene We Didn't See - (Scot Gould <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
Just saw the Cat and Mouse episode 10 minutes ago. This is wonderful!!! I laughed all the way through it. Keep it up! (as they say.) William Superdock wrote: > > Scene: Madelineï¿½s office after Michaelï¿½s meeting with ï¿½Nikitaï¿½ on level 4. > > Madeline: Come in Michael, sit down. You wanted to see me about something? > > Michael: Yes. Thereï¿½s something not right about Nikita. > Madeline: Oh? > Michael: She asked me to meet her at her apartment in one hour, > assuming that I would want to have wild monkey sex with her.