In addition, Alex and Sean continue to explore their romantic relationship. Meanwhile, Sonya stops a plan to destroy the tracker array of all agents. Season 3, Episode 21 August 22, 1999 Season 3, Episode 21 August 22, 1999 In Part 1 of a two-part season finale, Madeline and Operations learn that Michael and Nikita Roy Dupuis, Peta Wilson have been stealing time together during missions, with help from Walter. As the team appear outnumbered, Nikita arrives in time, having escaped the White House, and kills the rest of them. Meanwhile, Madeline appears to be jealous of Renee from Oversight who is visiting Section One. Lee , one of the leaders of The Shop, before an antidote can be made. After they rescue her, Alex assassinates Beciraj and blames it on a bodyguard.
Nikita and Owen team up to take down rogue Division cleaner Liam. She is forced to admit to Nikita after the rest of the team see pictures of them together. Their celebration is short-lived however, when they realize Amanda has allied herself with The Shop. Owen escapes and contacts Nikita, and he tells Division that Skeleton Key is a cryptograph that allows users to hack into anything. Division is able to capture him, but he reveals that should anything happen to him, his people would release a video to the media to expose Division. Meanwhile, in Division, Chris orders Birkhoff to shut down Shadownet, but Birkhoff overpowers him and halts the funds transfer to the rest of Division's mutineers.
When the mutiny goes out of hand, Alex kills Rachel when she tries to have Birkhoff killed. Elena finally contacts her father, but will he come and see her, or will more drastic measures be necessary? On one, Michael tries to rescue Nikita, who's been captured by terrorists. When he disappears to find Alex, Nikita and Amanda work together to escape, but Amanda abandons Nikita. Hillinger doesn't return the favor, however, when Birkoff is sent out to direct a mission from the field, and Hillinger deliberately tries to get his rival Birkoff killed off once and for all. They, too, was then recruited by the Division.
Season 3, Episode 11 April 25, 1999 Season 3, Episode 11 April 25, 1999 A new recruit, who happens to be a partner-in-crime from Nikita's past, tells Nikita that her mother Margot Kidder never believed she committed suicide and is trying to find her. Birkhoff and Michael realize that Nikita is acting strangely. Michael decides not to return to work field missions again, and begins to value Owen as Nikita's partner in the field. Alex arrives to assist Nikita while Sean Pierce works to release Michael from custody. Ryan fears Division agents are plotting a mutiny after Alex told them about Danforth's contingency. Wade used to train Division recruits before beating one to death for failing to kill a target, and was replaced by Michael. Nikita realizes that Liza kept an Indian girl necklace with her, so she has Alex take a similar neckalce from Liza's mother.
Michael decides to allow Owen to escape so he can follow him to Amanda and Nikita. And will Nikita let him give it all up, even if he wants to? As Owen is the only remaining person to know its location, he sends Michael and Nikita to recover it from a cemetery, but they are ambushed by Anne and ex-Gogol agents, who steal the cryptograph. Season 3, Episode 22 August 29, 1999 Season 3, Episode 22 August 29, 1999 In the conclusion of a two-parter, Madeline and Operations send Michael and Nikita Roy Dupuis, Peta Wilson on a mission alone, but the agents fear that it may be a trap. All recruits spend part of their training with Amanda. A team is sent to retrieve the cryptograph, while Owen confronts Amanda to tell her who he was before Division Owen admits he cannot recall any of his past life; Amanda had erased his memories.
Before they can revive him, Amanda sends the rest of the Dirty Thirty, now under her employ, to attack Division. Main characters of Nikita Nikita Mears Maggie Q is the main character of the series and a trained by the Division spy. Alex is revealed to have turned to drugs again. Michael sells Nikita to Chernov, who she discovers wants her for cloning experiments. Spencer's advisor Evan Danforth is apparently impressed with Division's assassination of Beciraj and hands Ryan four files of secret assignments, much to Nikita's chagrin, as she does not want Division to return performing kill missions. At the same time, Operations is acting more and more viciously toward Madeline. The Germans win the bid, but the German agent kills his men and leaves before Alex could intercept.
The exchange later takes place, after which Nikita intends to rescue Ari. And sure enough, once inside the group Birkoff discovers ties between Rousseau's organization and the infamous Red Cell, and Operations refuses to extricate Birkoff preferring to leave him in place to gather more information. And most of all, can she live with the secrets that are revealed in the process? Michael and Nikita's relationship becomes strained as he watches her work with Owen. Birkoff is convinced that Operation's real objective is to set him up with an impossible mission, so that Operations can eliminate Birkoff and permanently replace him with the more obsequious and pliable Hillinger. After Miriam offers Alex a job as a special envoy on human trafficking at the , Smith attacks Miriam, but is then killed by Nikita.
Spencer is willing to allow the agents' freedoms if they succeed in capturing the black box. They are being followed by the Watchman Harry Judge , a rogue agent who specializes in surveillance. Nikita convinces her that Joshua is corrupt like Percy was and they work together to stop the would-be suicide bomber, but Mia is killed by Herek's guards in the process. When Kendrick is killed in a car bomb, Amanda frames Sean for the assassination. Meanwhile, Sean admits to Alex that he loves her, but does not wish to have a relationship if she remains in Division.
After Sonya saves Birkhoff by killing Chris, Birkhoff calls an end to the mutiny, and allows those who want freedom to leave. Amanda is willing to give her the antidote if Nikita assassinates Spencer. She also calls Nikita to tell her that she has insured that Sean will not be proven innocent. Nikita and Michael help Alex get out of her rampage alive and convince her to rejoin Division. Alex has left and goes on a rampage against a local drug and human trafficking gang in. So Section poisons Elena anyway, while Michael is out on a mission, and her survival will depend on whether Vacek has enough conscience to visit his daughter in her time of need. They deduce that Danforth personally set Division up on the mission so he can authorize the termination of its agents.