History Series / LaFemmeNikita

27th Jul '16 9:42:03 PM Emma99999
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* TranquilFury: Madeline's domain. Perhaps most terrifyingly used in New Regime:
**I've decided he's going to recover. His will to live is very strong. Your will to save him has to be strong, too. [[DeadlyEuphemism I'll help you.]] Go back inside. Tell your colleagues to do the possible, then the impossible, and then the unthinkable, until he's out of danger. Because when you're finished, Doctor, that room will contain either four living men, or four corpses. Do you understand?
29th Feb '16 8:53:38 PM Angelus25
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%%* CleanupCrew: Section 1's "Housekeeping".

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%%* * CleanupCrew: Section 1's "Housekeeping"."Housekeeping", in charge of disposing of corpses and blood.



* StoryboardingTheApocalypse: Used to chilling effect in Season Two's Finale "End Game" by Operations and Adrian, especially due to the HarsherInHindsight nature this discussion takes following the Invasion of Iraq and the current rise of ISIS. Operations justifies his support of [[spoiler:Saddam Hussein]] by describing the chaos that would follow if the dictator suddenly fell from power. In a unique take on the trope, Adrian provides her own take on the situation, stating that Operations will use [[spoiler:Hussein]] as an attack dog to seize control of the Middle East and won't stop until he has control over half the world's population and resources.

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* StoryboardingTheApocalypse: Used to chilling effect in Season Two's Finale "End Game" by Operations and Adrian, especially due to the HarsherInHindsight nature this discussion takes following the Invasion of Iraq and the current rise of ISIS. Operations justifies his support of [[spoiler:Saddam Hussein]] by describing the chaos that would follow if the dictator suddenly fell from power. In a unique take on the trope, Adrian provides her own take on the situation, stating that Operations will use [[spoiler:Hussein]] as an attack dog to seize control of the Middle East and won't stop until he has control later go on without Hussein to take over half the world's population more countries and strategic resources.
29th Feb '16 8:37:43 PM Angelus25
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%%* HeroicSacrifice
%%** [[spoiler:Birkoff]]
%%** [[spoiler: Mr. Jones]].

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%%* * HeroicSacrifice
%%** [[spoiler:Birkoff]]
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** [[spoiler:Birkoff kills himself to destroy an A.I. that has taken over Section and tries to destroy it to set Birkoff free]]
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[[spoiler: Mr. Jones]].Jones gives himself over to the Collective to save Michael's son and is promptly executed]].



%%* LaResistance: As friends or foes.
%%** Adrian's organization.
%%** Michael was a radical French student prior to joining Section.

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%%* * LaResistance: As friends or foes.
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Several examples:
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Adrian's organization.
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organization, whose goal is to bring down Section to prevent it from taking over the world.
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Michael was part of a radical French left student organization in France prior to joining Section.



%%* PostScriptSeason: Season 5.

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%%* * PostScriptSeason: Season 5.5 was the result of a fan campaign in reaction to the series being cancelled after Season 4, which ends with some dangling plots.



%%* RecycledTheSeries

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%%* RecycledTheSeries* RecycledTheSeries: The series is based on [[Creator/LucBesson Luc Besson's]] film ''Film/Nikita''.



%%* {{Room101}}: The White Room

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%%* * {{Room101}}: The White RoomRoom, where prisoners are tortured, interrogated and "cancelled"



%%* SecretPolice: Everywhere

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%%* * SecretPolice: EverywhereSection One IS a secret police operating worldwide, and acts like a secret police towards its own operatives. Center and Oversight also act like a secret police towards Section.



%%* SpyVersusSpy
* StoryboardingTheApocalypse: Used to chilling effect in Season Two's Finale "End Game" by Operations and Adrian, especially due to the HarsherInHindsight nature this discussion takes following the Invasion of Iraq and the current rise of ISIS. Operations justifies his support of [[spoiler:Saddam Hussein]] by describing the chaos that would follow if the dictator suddenly fell from power. In a unique take on the trope, Adrian provides her own take on the situation, stating that Operations will use [[spoiler:Hussein]] as an attack dog to seize control of the Middle East.

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%%* SpyVersusSpy
* SpyVersusSpy: Not only Section One versus its enemy organizations, its also Section One versus Oversight.
* StoryboardingTheApocalypse: Used to chilling effect in Season Two's Finale "End Game" by Operations and Adrian, especially due to the HarsherInHindsight nature this discussion takes following the Invasion of Iraq and the current rise of ISIS. Operations justifies his support of [[spoiler:Saddam Hussein]] by describing the chaos that would follow if the dictator suddenly fell from power. In a unique take on the trope, Adrian provides her own take on the situation, stating that Operations will use [[spoiler:Hussein]] as an attack dog to seize control of the Middle East.East and won't stop until he has control over half the world's population and resources.
26th Jan '16 2:38:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* CanadianSeries: It was originally broadcast as ''Nikita'' in Canada, but it's been ''La Femme Nikita'' since the reboot stared airing.
25th Jan '16 12:55:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* BigBad: Operations and Madeline are the real enemy of Nikita.
25th Jan '16 12:54:26 PM Morgenthaler
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: The entire point of the series is Nikita and Section One occupying different places on the scale.
25th Jan '16 12:54:13 PM Morgenthaler
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* UsefulNotes/ColdWar



* UsefulNotes/FromRussiaWithNukes
25th Jan '16 12:53:46 PM Morgenthaler
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* ActionGirl: Oh, yes, very much.
* ActionSeries
* AerosolFlamethrower
* AffablyEvil: Madeline

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* %%* ActionGirl: Oh, yes, very much.
* %%* ActionSeries
* %%* AerosolFlamethrower
* %%* AffablyEvil: Madeline



* BadassLongcoat: Michael

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* %%* BadassLongcoat: Michael



* BattleCouple: Michael and Nikita.

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* %%* BattleCouple: Michael and Nikita.



* BigBrotherIsEmployingYou: Anyone who works for Section One.

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* %%* BigBrotherIsEmployingYou: Anyone who works for Section One.



* BoxedCrook

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* %%* BoxedCrook



* CleanupCrew: Section 1's "Housekeeping".

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* %%* CleanupCrew: Section 1's "Housekeeping".



* ColdBloodedTorture: Madeline's specialty

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* %%* ColdBloodedTorture: Madeline's specialty



* ContractOnTheHitman: Several times.
* TheConsigliere: Madeline for Operations.
* CoolOldGuy: Walter, man. Walter.
* CoolShades: Nikita and Michael.

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* %%* ContractOnTheHitman: Several times.
* %%* TheConsigliere: Madeline for Operations.
* %%* CoolOldGuy: Walter, man. Walter.
* %%* CoolShades: Nikita and Michael.



* CloakAndDagger

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* %%* CloakAndDagger



* CreepyChild: A few of these show up.

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* %%* CreepyChild: A few of these show up.



* DarkActionGirl: A few show up.

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* %%* DarkActionGirl: A few show up.



* DeathFakedForYou: Against her will, but they can always make it real.

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* %%* DeathFakedForYou: Against her will, but they can always make it real.



* DirtyCommunists: Red Cell
* TheDogShotFirst
* DramaticHourLong

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* %%* DirtyCommunists: Red Cell
* %%* TheDogShotFirst
* %%* DramaticHourLong



* DressingAsTheEnemy

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* %%* DressingAsTheEnemy



* TheEvilGenius: Madeline to Operations.

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* %%* TheEvilGenius: Madeline to Operations.



* FakeDefector: Several times.

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* %%* FakeDefector: Several times.



* ForcedPrizeFight: At least once.

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* %%* ForcedPrizeFight: At least once.



* GirlsBehindBars: A disturbingly popular trope in the series.

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* %%* GirlsBehindBars: A disturbingly popular trope in the series.



* TheHandler: Michael
* HeroicBSOD: Michael has this after being forced to abandon his wife.
* HeroicSacrifice
** [[spoiler:Birkoff]]
** Also [[spoiler: Mr. Jones]].

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* %%* TheHandler: Michael
* %%* HeroicBSOD: Michael has this after being forced to abandon his wife.
* %%* HeroicSacrifice
** %%** [[spoiler:Birkoff]]
** Also %%** [[spoiler: Mr. Jones]].



* HollywoodNerd: Birkoff

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* %%* HollywoodNerd: Birkoff



* IJustWantToBeNormal: Nikita, of course.

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* %%* IJustWantToBeNormal: Nikita, of course.



* LaResistance: As friends or foes.
** Adrian's organization.
** Michael was a radical French student prior to joining Section.
* LatexPerfection
* LoveHurts: So very much.

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* %%* LaResistance: As friends or foes.
** %%** Adrian's organization.
** %%** Michael was a radical French student prior to joining Section.
* %%* LatexPerfection
* %%* LoveHurts: So very much.



* ManipulativeBastard: Operations and Madeline. [[spoiler:Adrian]] is a manipulative non-bastard, we think.
* TheMole: All over the place. Particularly [[spoiler:Nikita being a mole for Center since her return to Section One in Season 2.]]

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* %%* ManipulativeBastard: Operations and Madeline. [[spoiler:Adrian]] is a manipulative non-bastard, we think.
* TheMole: All over the place. place.
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Particularly [[spoiler:Nikita being a mole for Center since her return to Section One in Season 2.]]



* NebulousEvilOrganization: Red Cell ''AND'' Section One.

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* %%* NebulousEvilOrganization: Red Cell ''AND'' Section One.



* OpeningNarration

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* %%* OpeningNarration



* PostScriptSeason: Season 5.

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* %%* PostScriptSeason: Season 5.



* RecycledTheSeries

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* %%* RecycledTheSeries



* RightHandCat: {{Subverted|Trope}}.
* {{Room101}}: The White Room

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* %%* RightHandCat: {{Subverted|Trope}}.
* %%* {{Room101}}: The White Room



* SecretPolice: Everywhere
* SexyBacklessOutfit

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* %%* SecretPolice: Everywhere
* %%* SexyBacklessOutfit



* ShootTheDog: This entire series is an exercise in dog shooting.
* SpyFiction
* SpyVersusSpy

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* %%* ShootTheDog: This entire series is an exercise in dog shooting.
* %%* SpyFiction
* %%* SpyVersusSpy



* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: [[spoiler:Michael's]] recruitment.
* TimeBomb: Once or twice.

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* %%* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: [[spoiler:Michael's]] recruitment.
* %%* TimeBomb: Once or twice.



** Also, [[spoiler:Section One founder Adrian]].
* TookALevelInBadass: Birkoff as the series progresses.
* TragicHero
* TwistEnding: All the time.

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** Also, [[spoiler:Section One founder Adrian]].
* %%* TookALevelInBadass: Birkoff as the series progresses.
* %%* TragicHero
* %%* TwistEnding: All the time.



* UndercoverAsLovers

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* %%* UndercoverAsLovers



* WhyAmITicking

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* %%* WhyAmITicking



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness

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* %%* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness
25th Jan '16 12:47:45 PM Morgenthaler
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'''''La Femme Nikita''''' ('''''Nikita''''' in Canada) is a Canadian television spy drama based upon the [[Film/{{Nikita}} original French film]] directed by Creator/LucBesson, co-produced by Jay Firestone (Firestone Entertainment) and Creator/WarnerBros, and created for television by Joel Surnow, who later co-created ''Series/TwentyFour'' with Robert Cochran, his fellow ''La Femme Nikita'' executive consultant. This television series debuted in the United States on USANetwork in January 1997 and ran for five seasons, until March 2001. ''La Femme Nikita'' was the highest-rated drama on American basic cable during its first two seasons; also distributed on television in Canada (as ''Nikita'') and, ultimately, internationally, it continues to have a strong cult following, according to the definitive book on the series written by Christopher Heyn in 2006. And hey ''someone'' had to make this page

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'''''La ''La Femme Nikita''''' ('''''Nikita''''' Nikita'' (''Nikita'' in Canada) is a Canadian television spy drama based upon the [[Film/{{Nikita}} original French film]] directed by Creator/LucBesson, co-produced by Jay Firestone (Firestone Entertainment) and Creator/WarnerBros, and created for television by Joel Surnow, who later co-created ''Series/TwentyFour'' with Robert Cochran, his fellow ''La Femme Nikita'' executive consultant. This television series debuted in the United States on USANetwork in January 1997 and ran for five seasons, until March 2001. ''La Femme Nikita'' was the highest-rated drama on American basic cable during its first two seasons; also distributed on television in Canada (as ''Nikita'') and, ultimately, internationally, it continues to have a strong cult following, according to the definitive book on the series written by Christopher Heyn in 2006. And hey ''someone'' had to make this page
24th Jan '16 5:21:03 PM Morgenthaler
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* PeaceThroughSuperiorFirepower: The show's premise is an anti-terrorist organization that employs, well, terrorist methods.
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