TV Database

1 | 1


Nikita (13 Jan. 1997)

While living in a crime-ridden neighborhood, young, beautiful Nikita is wrongly accused of murdering a police officer and falsely imprisoned.

1 | 2


Friend (20 Jan. 1997)

Waiting at a café for an informant who will advise her who the next Section One target will be, Nikita is recognized by her longtime friend Julie, who knew Nikita before she went undercover with Section One.

1 | 3


Simone (27 Jan. 1997)

Section One infiltrates a terrorist organization that uses a radar-cloaking device to cause midair collisions between airliners. This is the same organization that supposedly killed Michael's wife, Simone.

1 | 4


Charity (3 Feb. 1997)

Nikita is assigned to get close to Alec Chandler, without knowing the real reason why. When she begins to fall for him, she learns things that make the assignment truly challenging.

1 | 5


Mother (9 Feb. 1997)

Criminals John Wicke and his wife, Helen, obtain a nuclear trigger, intending to sell it to the highest bidder. During a failed purchase attempt, four Section One operatives die in an explosion.

1 | 6


Love (17 Feb. 1997)

Section One intercepts a husband-and-wife bodyguard team hired to work for terrorist Perry Bauer. To gain information on Bauer's next strike, Section One assigns Michael and Nikita to impersonate the captured couple and infiltrate Bauer's operation.

1 | 7


Treason (24 Feb. 1997)

Nikita'a latest assignment is to take down a man named Suba. When an attempt goes bad Nikita suspects someone on the team might be a traitor.

1 | 8


Escape (3 Mar. 1997)

Section One operative Eric Webber offers to help Nikita escape from Section One with him, but Nikita does not know whether she can trust him.

1 | 9


Gray (10 Mar. 1997)

After infiltrating Section One's computer system and stealing a directory containing the identity of every operative in Section One, a criminal named Harding arranges a secret auction between Section One and a ruthless terrorist...

1 | 10


Choice (7 Apr. 1997)

After a major drug deal goes awry and results in many deaths, Section One is called in to investigate. One of the dead was an undercover operative in a covert C.I.A. task force assigned to stop the distribution of heroin in North America and Europe.

1 | 11


Rescue (14 Apr. 1997)

Nikita is desperate to recover a wounded Michael when he's left behind after a mission to destroy a chemical weapons plant.

1 | 12


Innocent (21 Apr. 1997)

Nikita realizes that the man Section thinks is the key to a terrorist threat is an innocent victim of bad timing.

1 | 13


Recruit (22 Jun. 1997)

Nikita digs into the past of her violent new recruit Karyn and uncovers shocking facts about the newest Operative.

1 | 14


Gambit (29 Jun. 1997)

Madeline confronts her mysterious past while foiling a terrorist plot to contaminate the water supply with radiation.

1 | 15


Obsessed (20 Jul. 1997)

Michael seduces a hit man's wife to get access to the man's computer, but Nikita's heart aches for the betraying and betrayed wife, Lisa.

1 | 16


Noise (27 Jul. 1997)

Nikita helps Birkoff recover from the aftereffects of his first murder as their mission goes wrong.

1 | 17


War (3 Aug. 1997)

War breaks out between Section and the terrorist group Red Cell. Michael and Nikita are captured, and tortured for the new location of Section.

1 | 18


Missing (10 Aug. 1997)

Operations offers Nikita her freedom if she agrees to keep his son, an arms dealer, alive.

1 | 19


Voices (17 Aug. 1997)

A serial killer picks the wrong victim when he attacks Nikita. But after she sends him on his way, a cop on the case begins searching for her as a vital witness to the man's crimes.

1 | 20


Brainwash (21 Sep. 1997)

Nikita tests a virtual reality device and finds herself brainwashed into performing a suicide/assassination.

1 | 21


Verdict (28 Sep. 1997)

An assassin kidnaps Jovan Mijovoch along with bodyguard Nikita, who is torn when she hears the killer's story.

1 | 22


Mercy (5 Oct. 1997)

Nikita is sent on a suicide mission and Michael tries desparately to save her.

2 | 1


Hard Landing (4 Jan. 1998)

With Michael's help, Nikita survives Section One's assassination attempt on her, but Section One believes that she is dead. While working as a waitress, Nikita is kidnapped by the Freedom League and taken to the terrorist group's headquarters.

2 | 2


Spec Ops (11 Jan. 1998)

Nikita's deception could be uncovered when she must retrain with Jurgen, a special operations agent ordered to evaluate her physical, psychological and emotional states.

2 | 3


Third Person (18 Jan. 1998)

Nikita continues her retraining sessions with Jurgen, and Michael is not happy about it. Jurgen believes that Michael wants to kill him, and the two men fight. Nikita and Jurgen have affection for each other. Operations returns Nikita to full status.

2 | 4


Approaching Zero (1 Feb. 1998)

Nikita visits Jurgen at his spacious country house. Nikita and Jurgen are about to make love when both are summoned for an assignment. Jurgen is blackmailing Section One. Jurgen volunteers for a suicide mission.

2 | 5


New Regime (1 Mar. 1998)

Egran Petrosian leads Section One and begins making changes while Operations is badly hurt because of an assassination attempt . Petrosian wants Nikita to be his second in command and this endangers Madeline's status quo.

2 | 6


Mandatory Refusal (8 Mar. 1998)

Michael's mission to kill Dorian Enquist, a fringe member of the terrorist community, goes awry, and Enquist holds Madeline hostage. Nikita realizes that the only way to save Michael is to rescue Madeline.

2 | 7


Half Life (22 Mar. 1998)

Michael helps a college friend, Rene Dion, who heads a terrorist group. Rene took care of Michael's sister after Section One orchestrated Michael's arrest and phony "death," and now Michael repays the favor by helping Rene escape from Section One.

2 | 8


Darkness Visible (29 Mar. 1998)

Section One must stop Radovan Luca, whose contacts to the international arms community aid a rebel force inside the Balkans. While on a mission to eliminate the Balkan terrorist, Nikita and Michael help two children flee the country.

2 | 9


Open Heart (5 Apr. 1998)

A surgeon paid by Red Cell implants a powerful time bomb in the abdomen of a human. Nikita intentionally gets arrested for smuggling hashish to make contact with Jenna Vogler, the only person who can identify the human time bomb.

2 | 10


First Mission (12 Apr. 1998)

Faced with too many missions and too few team leaders, Operations and Michael appoint Nikita as a team leader. Assigned to capture Phillip Stark, who has been buying spent fuel rods from nuclear reactors in Eastern Europe, Nikita chooses her own team.

2 | 11


Psychic Pilgrim (19 Apr. 1998)

Nikita and Michael pose as a happily married couple in order to obtain information about First Flag, an infamous terrorist group, from its leader's attorney, Roland Armel.

2 | 12


Soul Sacrifice (14 Jun. 1998)

Terry, a veteran operative who is pregnant, escapes from Section One in order to save her baby, but Nikita and Michael return her to Section One, not reporting the incident to Operations, to save Terry's life.

2 | 13


Not Was (21 Jun. 1998)

Section One steals secret files belonging to Orlando Perez, a high-level enemy operative from Red Cell, but Red Cell captures Michael and gets interrogated. An intravenous drug administered by Red Cell causes Michael to lose his memory.

2 | 14


Double Date (28 Jun. 1998)

A psychotic murderer and sadistic wife-beater who was thought to have been killed by Section One, David Fanning comes to work for Section because he knows its next target, Nikolai Kusko, the former head of the Romanian Secret Police.

2 | 15


Fuzzy Logic (5 Jul. 1998)

An unknown terrorist group performs small bombings while preparing for a major act of mass destruction. In order to expose the terrorist group, Section One must figure out the computer code the group is using.

2 | 16


Old Habits (12 Jul. 1998)

After seeing a bus depot filled with people get blown up by the terrorist group Bright Star, Nikita vows to stop its activities. Gregory Formitz, who supplies the group with forged passports, visas and press credentials, agrees to help Section One.

2 | 17


Inside Out (26 Jul. 1998)

Section One uncovers a possible Red Cell munitions outpost in Glasgow, Scotland, and sends a team of operatives to overtake and neutralize the facility. Instead, Mowen returns to Section One bringing a deadly virus back with him.

2 | 18


Off Profile (2 Aug. 1998)

Operations assigns sexy but arrogant mission profiler Andrea Karsov to Michael's team in order for her to obtain necessary field experience.

2 | 19


Last Night (9 Aug. 1998)

Nikita searches for Julia, a 9-year-old girl whom Nikita encountered during a mission to capture free-lance demolitions expert Joachin Beeka, who has been hired by a terrorist group.

2 | 20


In Between (16 Aug. 1998)

With his massive financial resources, Abel Goellner destabilizes Third World countries friendly to the West and places hostile governments in control. Posing as money brokers, Michael and Nikita meet with Goellner and his confidante, Karel Giraldi.

2 | 21


Adrian's Garden (23 Aug. 1998)

Former neighbor Carla and her boyfriend Steven kidnap Nikita and take her to a cottage in the country owned by Adrian, the founder of Section One and the only person to successfully leave it.

2 | 22


End Game (30 Aug. 1998)

Under Adrian's direction, Nikita risks her own life to retrieve incriminating files from restricted areas within Section One for Adrian's quest to destroy it. Operations and Madeline suspect that Nikita may be guilty of security breaches at the Section.

3 | 1


Looking for Michael (3 Jan. 1999)

Operations and Madeline plot to kill Nikita. Nikita locates the elusive Michael and experiences an emotional jolt when she meets his wife and son.

3 | 2


Someone Else's Shadow (10 Jan. 1999)

Nikita moves in with Michael and his family in order to help Section One locate and kill Elena's father--Salla Vacek. Section One captures and tortures one of Vacek's Cambridge classmates to elicit information about the terrorist's activities.

3 | 3


Opening Night Jitters (17 Jan. 1999)

Section One orders Michael to poison Elena in order to trap her father, international terrorist Salla Vacek. From her hospital bed, Elena witnesses the actual death of her father and the staged death of her husband, Michael.

3 | 4


Gates of Hell (24 Jan. 1999)

Unable to see his son ever again, Michael contemplates suicide. On a mission with Michael, Nikita is kidnapped. With total disregard for his personal safety, Michael kills many enemy agents and successfully rescues Nikita.

3 | 5


Imitation of Death (7 Mar. 1999)

Section One destroys a genetics laboratory designed to create perfect little terrorists. Nikita suspects that Section One has a similar laboratory of its own, but she fails to prove so to Michael.

3 | 6


Love and Country (21 Mar. 1999)

Madeline poses as a psychotherapist to convince a South American political candidate's devoted wife--who was once married to Operations--to kill the politico.

3 | 7


Cat and Mouse (28 Mar. 1999)

Without Section One's knowledge, Nikita is ambushed during a mission and replaced by a Red Cell look-alike. Nikita is forced to assist her double in order to protect Michael. Series star PETA WILSON plays a dual role.

3 | 8


Outside the Box (4 Apr. 1999)

Section One kidnaps Benjamin Kruger, a man with a photographic memory, to help on a mission. To force Kruger to cooperate, Madeline shows him a manufactured videotape of him killing a man.

3 | 9


Slipping Into Darkness (11 Apr. 1999)

Michael empties a vial containing a psychotropic agent into Operations' coffee mug. As his judgement disintegrates and paranoid delusions increase, Operations sends operatives on a mission to capture a man who's been dead for four years.

3 | 10


Under the Influence (18 Apr. 1999)

Nikita pretends to be married to a vile, sadistic terrorist as Section One endeavors to locate anthrax rockets that her "husband" and his brother stole.

3 | 11


Walk on By (25 Apr. 1999)

A new recruit--someone from Nikita's past--knows where Nikita can find her mother. Nikita enlists Michael's aid when she realizes that her mother (MARGOT KIDDER) has hired a private investigator because she doesn't believe Nikita is dead.

3 | 12


Threshold of Pain (6 Jun. 1999)

On a mission to terminate a terrorist organization called Black March, Nikita and two fellow operatives, are captured. Mark reveals the location of a Section substation to save Angela, his lover, from torture, but later blames Nikita for the disclosure.

3 | 13


Beyond the Pale (13 Jun. 1999)

When another operative, Zalman, gets promoted to head strategist instead of Michael, Michael and Nikita flee Section One. Section operatives capture Michael, who refuses to reveal Nikita's location until Zalman shows him a videotape of his son, Adam.

3 | 14


Hand to Hand (20 Jun. 1999)

To capture an industrialist who finances terrorist bombings around the world, Nikita thinks that she is infiltrating a white slavery ring, but she finds her mission at an adult entertainment complex far more deadly.

3 | 15


Before I Sleep (27 Jun. 1999)

When a captured terrorist kills herself, Section One recruits Sarah Gerard, an innocent look-alike with a terminal disease, to learn the location of a terrorist group's headquarters. Madeline lies about having an antidote to Sarah's illness.

3 | 16


I Remember Paris (18 Jul. 1999)

When the terrorist group Glass Curtain discovers Section One's location, Operations evacuates everyone and incinerates the underground facility. Section One operatives kill everyone at Glass Curtain headquarters.

3 | 17


All Good Things (25 Jul. 1999)

When Operations temporarily leaves Section One, Michael assumes full command. But will Michael's newfound power forever change Nikita's feelings towards him?

3 | 18


Third Party Ripoff (1 Aug. 1999)

Believing that Michael and Nikita's relationship compromises Michael's decision-making ability and jeopardizes Section One's missions, Operations and Madeline set in motion another plan to separate the two operatives. A rift develops between Walter and Birkoff when they date the same woman, a beautiful mission profiler.

3 | 19


Any Means Necessary (8 Aug. 1999)

Greg Hillinger, a subordinate, sabotages Birkoff's computer terminal to make Birkoff appear incompetent to Operations.

3 | 20


Three Eyed Turtle (15 Aug. 1999)

When a mission fails, Hillinger conceals his negligence. Birkoff does not reveal to Madeline that Hillinger is responsible for the mission's failure, but later he confesses the truth to Operations.

3 | 21


Playing with Fire (22 Aug. 1999)

Operations sends Michael's team to steal detonation chips from the base camp of the kamikaze terrorist group Crimson Storm. After the successful mission, Michael and Nikita steal away for a romantic interlude, but Birkoff feels obligated to report them to Madeline and Operations.

3 | 22


On Borrowed Time (29 Aug. 1999)

Nikita and Michael infiltrate Genefex, a pharmaceutical lab making biological weapons for Red Cell. At Genefex, Nikita unexpectedly encounters Madeline, who uses a combination of chemical and electronic means to neutralize Nikita's feelings...

4 | 1


Getting Out of Reverse (9 Jan. 2000)

Michael discovers that Madeline had Nikita "adjusted" in order to eliminate her emotions and keep her under strict control. Fearing this process will be used on everyone in Section One, Michael attempts to find the man who created this brainwashing.

4 | 2


There Are No Missions (9 Jan. 2000)

Madeline intructs Nikita to carry out Operation's order to kill the missing Michael. Nikita has a physical confrontation with Michael when he infiltrates Section One, and she ends up bound and gagged.

4 | 3


View of the Garden (16 Jan. 2000)

Determined to reverse the effects of Gelman's mind-control process on Nikita, Michael enlists Adrian's aid. Operations and Madeline send Nikita to kill Michael, but he kidnaps her instead.

4 | 4


Into the Looking Glass (23 Jan. 2000)

Nikita continues to suffer the negative effects of Gelman's brain reprogramming, which becomes permanent in five days. With Birkoff and Walter's support, Michael kidnaps Nikita to deprogram her.

4 | 5


Man in the Middle (20 Feb. 2000)

Nikita and Michael pose as heroin dealers to get close to a dashing, drug-using playboy and arms supplier with ties to Red Cell. When the weapons dealer proposes marriage to Nikita, Operations orders her to accept.

4 | 6


Love, Honor and Cherish (27 Feb. 2000)

Nikita's new husband, Helmut, reveals that he is an Interpol agent. Kristoff, Helmut's younger brother, hires Red Cell to kill his newlywed sibling, but Section One kills Kristoff. After disobeying an Interpol directive, Helmut becomes a man on the run.

4 | 7


Sympathy for the Devil (5 Mar. 2000)

Operations sends Nikita and Michael on a personal mission to help Operations' hero-Willie Kane, a fellow Vietnam War veteran. Walter kills Willie to prevent Operations from learning the truth about his hero...

4 | 8


No One Lives Forever (12 Mar. 2000)

Chosen for a pilot program allowing her to leave Section One but have no contact with either her former or Section lives, Nikita wonders if she's about to be cancelled. George orders Nikita to kill Operations, who supposedly killed her father.

4 | 9


Down a Crooked Path (19 Mar. 2000)

George sends a two-man bio-tech team into Section One when a mysterious gas enters the headquarters, causing symptoms of a viral infection. Rather than contain the virus, the bio-tech team performs neural scrapes on the Section's top members.

4 | 10


He Came from Four (2 Apr. 2000)

Oversight sends a telekinetic 10-year-old boy, who also has the ability to read minds, to help Section One recover a stolen package. But can the boy's powers be controlled?

4 | 11


Time to Be Heroes (16 Apr. 2000)

When another Section gets destroyed, Operations sends Nikita and Michael to train a group of hostile, young recruits. Operations uses the team of recruits as bait to destroy a new terrorist group, Crystal Sky, and capture its leader.

4 | 12


Hell Hath No Fury (23 Apr. 2000)

Madeline falls in love with Leon, her Red Cell counterpart. Operations orders Madeline to kill Leon, but she shoots Operations instead. A tracking device implanted in Madeline leads Section One operatives to Leon's headquarters, where Operations kills him.

4 | 13


Kiss the Past Goodbye (25 Jun. 2000)

Michael discovers that his wife, Elena, is involved with a Section operative named Corliss. Stefan Vacek, Elena's uncle, heads a terrorist organization that tries to kill Elena and her son by Michael, Adam.

4 | 14


Line in the Sand (2 Jul. 2000)

Birkoff uncovers the secret location of Red Cell's base camp, which harbors the leader of Red Cell--for whom Section has been searching for almost 20 years. When the mission to extract the Cardinal goes awry, Operations decides to kill Birkoff.

4 | 15


Abort, Fail, Retry, Terminate (16 Jul. 2000)

On his computer, Birkoff invents a form of artificial intelligence intended to maintain the system during his upcoming two-month vacation. The computer program develops an agenda of its own and kills Section operatives.

4 | 16


Catch a Falling Star (23 Jul. 2000)

To locate a Section communications satellite that has crashed in the southern United States, Nikita and Michael visit a strange, rural town that turns out to be Black Storm's central base.

4 | 17


Sleeping with the Enemy (30 Jul. 2000)

Section and Red Cell form an uneasy alliance to discover who's been destroying their installations. Madeline trades places with Satin Tate, a key Red Cell operative. Nikita worries about Satin's flirtatious behavior around Michael.

4 | 18


Toys in the Basement (6 Aug. 2000)

Injured during a mission, Nikita is taken prisoner by a demented junk collector and declared dead by Section One. Michael is ordered not to use Section One resources to find her.

4 | 19


Time Out of Mind (13 Aug. 2000)

In order to stop the sale of an anthrax-based weapon, Nikita infiltrates a mental institution, where the son of the weapon's creator is a patient.

4 | 20


Face in the Mirror (20 Aug. 2000)

A new Red Cell regime surfaces, and Operations sends Michael and his team to assassinate Maurice Grenet, the Cardinal's replacement. Nikita escapes Section One, and Michael discovers her connection to Section One's foremost enemy.

4 | 21


Up the Rabbit Hole (27 Aug. 2000)

Facial prosthetics makes Nikita look like Kate Quinn. Michael and Nikita/Quinn escape from Section One, killing Davenport in the process. Operations orders Madeline to capture them or lose her position.

4 | 22


Four Light Years Farther (27 Aug. 2000)

Section One captures Nikita and Michael and brings them back to headquarters. Operations and Madeline decide to kill Nikita. Mr. Jones wants Madeline cancelled, but she commits suicide by ingesting cyanide.

5 | 1


Deja Vu All Over Again (7 Jan. 2001)

Still reeling from the tragedies resulting from the disclosure of her role as a Section One internal investigator, Nikita is paired with a new partner by the head of Center and put back in the field, where she faces danger from all sides.

5 | 2


A Girl Who Wasn't There (14 Jan. 2001)

Quinn creates a holographic version of Madeline. Operation's obsession to work with Madeline again threatens to destroy Section One. Nikita discovers clues involving her original recruitment.

5 | 3


In Through the Out Door (21 Jan. 2001)

Although he no longer works for Section One, Michael remains Nikita's only hope for finding a cure to the deadly aftereffects from a mind-control process.

5 | 4


All the World's a Stage (4 Feb. 2001)

Mr. Jones must leave Center's protection to thwart the sale of deadly biological weapons. Nikita seizes the opportunity to force him to tell her the truth about her recruitment into Section One.

5 | 5


The Man Behind the Curtain (11 Feb. 2001)

With the head of Section One, Nikita attempts to track down the mole who has been passing data to the Collective. She narrows the suspects down to two high-level colleagues, but one is killed whilst the other is in custody. In fact, the mole is far closer to home.

5 | 6


The Evil That Men Do (18 Feb. 2001)

Nikita's relationship with Mr. Jones leads Operations to attempt to kill Nikita. Nikita threatens to report Operations' betrayal, but he has evidence that she helped Michael escape from Section One.

5 | 7


Let No Man Put Asunder (25 Feb. 2001)

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.

5 | 8


A Time for Every Purpose (4 Mar. 2001)

Mr. Jones agrees to surrender to The Collective in return for the release of Michael's son and Nikita's promise to take control of Section One. The Collective kills Jones and frees Adam. Nikita and Michael bid each other farewell . . . for now.