The CW has released the official synopsis for the thirteenth episode of Nikita‘s third season, titled “Reunion.”
The official press release has the following information about the episode:
NIKITA AND AMANDA ARE CAPTURED — In order to gain control of the black box, Amanda (Melinda Clarke) makes plans to kidnap Ari’s (guest star Peter Outerbridge) son Stefan (guest star Dylan Minnette) to use him as leverage. Still in Division’s protective custody, Ari begs Nikita (Maggie Q) for help. However, Stefan’s bodyguard Krieg (guest star Andrew Divoff) manages to capture both Nikita and Amanda and the two must work together to escape. Owen (Devon Sawa) is furious with Michael (Shane West) after Michael assigns Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) to be Nikita’s back-up instead of him. Aaron Stanford also stars. Jon Cassar directed the episode written by Terry Matalas & Travis Fickett (#313).
We know from episode 12’s synopsis that Ari sets up a meeting with Nikita because he believes that Amanda has gone too far in “working with a terrorist who plans an attack on American soil.” He offers to exchange information on the terrorist for a hefty sum of money, so it makes sense that Ari would be under Division’s protection as a result of thwarting Amanda.
We’re also excited for the inevitable reunion between Nikita and Amanda; they’ll be seeing each other for the first time since the accident that cost Michael his hand.
“Reunion” airs Friday, March 8 at 8 p.m. ET.
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