La Femme Nikita

Season 4 Episode 10

He Came from Four

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Apr 02, 2000 on USA
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Seeking a lost "command clone" (a computer program that can replace live operatives in the command structure) that was apparently captured by Red Cell and then stolen by another terrorist group, George and Oversight orders Section One to work with an agent from Section Four. Section Four is the department where people with extrasensory abilities are developed. They send over a 10-year old boy by the name of Jerome. But with all the extrasensory abilities at his command, Jerome soon overwhelms the ability of Madeline and Operations to deal with him. Can Nikita bring Jerome under control before he destroys Section One?moreless

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  • A very unique episode with something to think about.. And quite scary too..

    8.5
    George decides that Section 1 needs help and he sends someone in Section 4 - it comes out that he is just 10 years old boy and the first moment he walks in, it could be said that he is telepath or something like that. He just looks like that.



    But when he looks quite harmless, he is not. He is scary and he doesn't afraid to harm others. Madeline is first to learn that as she treats him like hostile and he ends up hurting her. But that is not the end. Operations is the next one and when they are on mission, Gerome gets emotional and wants to become usual kids, and ends up making a car crash.



    In the end they just find out it was test from George. It was quite scary episode. And that boy - the way the showed what section does, what they are able..moreless
Michael Cera

Michael Cera

Jerome

Guest Star

Lawrence Bayne

Lawrence Bayne

Davenport

Recurring Role

Carlo Rota

Carlo Rota

Mick Schtoppel

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • At first Section thinks they are up against Red Cell, but a new group called Global March is the ultimate enemy of this episode.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Nikita: (referring to the Command Clone) Operations doesn't really want you to retrieve it, does he?
      Michael: Why not?
      Nikita: If it works, he's on the endangered species list.

    • Madeline: (interrogating a prisoner) This is your last opportunity. Where is the Command Clone?
      Varsac: I have all day to die. You are the ones that are running out of time.

    • Nikita: (referring to Jerome) He's just a kid.
      Birkoff: And then some. Section Four is telekinetics and visual projection.
      Walter: Which in plain English means he's a first class freak.

    • Nikita: Birkoff, how do they find someone like Jerome?
      Birkoff: They don't. They create him.
      Nikita: You mean he was a normal kid?
      Birkoff: I highly doubt it. Kids like Jerome are given a series of tests. If their numbers are high enough, they're put into the program.
      Nikita: The program?
      Birkoff: Yeah. They become remote projectionists. Requires total stimulus isolation. In other words, they're raised like veal. No emotions, no physical contact. It makes them all brain.

    • Mick: (after Nikita tosses him a gun during a shoot out) What am I supposed to do with this?! I don't like guns! I don't like guns!! (Mick accidentally shoots himself in the foot) Ahhh! Man down! Man down!!!

    • Jerome: I would like to experience the emotion.
      Madeline: Emotions are what get children into trouble. I suggest you pass on this one.
      Jerome: You don't have the authority to excuse me! You may want to check with Oversight on that.
      Madeline: You're threatening me? I would never have expected it from a ten year old. But then, you're no ordinary child, are you? You have no idea what it's like to be a child. Feeling a mother's touch, a father putting you on his back for a ride. You're no child. You're a machine.

    • Operations: You did say you wanted to meet. 'Mano a Mano', I believe that's what you called it?
      Mick: Yes, yeah, I did, but I had a bit to drink that evening.

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