Nikita

Season 3 Episode 13

Reunion

18
Aired Friday 8:00 PM Mar 08, 2013 on The CW

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    • Amanda: Although I guess one version of Nikita was born in a fire, the rogue Nikita.
      Nikita: When I saved Alex.
      Amanda: And defied the people who made you.
      Nikita: Made me? Amanda, you taught me skills. I passed some of them on to Alex, but you didn't make me any more than I made her.
      Amanda: You made her. And like everything else you love, she will turn against you.

    • Amanda: Oh, okay. I get it. The fire ignites the oil, the oil combusts, the explosion blows the door, and then we get out of here, right?
      Nikita: No, I just started a fire. Hopefully, someone will see it and call the fire department.
      Amanda: (stunned) Hopefully? What if they don't get here in time?
      Nikita: Then we both die a horrible death. And in my book, that's a glass-is-half-full scenario.

    • Alex: Hey. Are you okay?
      Nikita: Yeah. Just something Ari said.
      Alex: About his son?
      Nikita: No, about Amanda. He said that when I let her live, it changed her. Thing is, I wanted that. I was praying for it.
      Alex: You did what you thought was right.
      Nikita: You know that thing Amanda says about the real us being hidden from everyone?
      Alex: There are two Alexes.
      Nikita: Right. I was kind of hoping she was including herself in that group, that maybe there was a real Amanda deep down that would come out if I showed her mercy.
      Alex: Maybe it did. Maybe the real Amanda's worse.

    • Nikita: Tell me, small details about Amanda, anything. You were together for what, twenty years?
      Ari: She was different then, less unhinged.
      Nikita: What changed her?
      Ari: Moscow. You had a gun pointed at her, and you didn't shoot. You let her live, and she found that self-righteous display of mercy to be humiliating. An insult she will never forgive you for. What I want to know is, do you forgive yourself? If you had killed her, a lot of people would still be alive today.

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