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Date Posted: Monday, October 23, 06:15:06pm
Author: Genevieve
Subject: Hmmmm (r)
In reply to: Diane 's message, "***Major Spoilers for Season 5 DVDs***" on Friday, October 20, 08:56:30am

In one of the deleted scenes from DVAOA, Nikita and Michelle have a lengthy chat. During the course of the conversation, Nikita refers to her 'escape' three years ago. Michelle says, "Then Mr. Jones found you and brought you back in."

This, to me, is wrong on so many levels. Why then the passion and angst of Hard Landings if Nikita was already a mole for Section? Why did she treat Mick like scum for two years if she *knew* who he was the whole time? I don't buy it.

I had this very same reaction when FLYF first aired. Mick (merely posing as Mr Jones, although we didn't know *that* until S5) told Madeline and Paul that Nikita had been recruited during her time away from Section, basically inferring that it had happened between Mercy and Hard Landing.

Like you, it's always been my very firm belief that it had happened while she was on downtime after Jurgen died. And you're right, this theory does work very nicely with canon. I've used it in one (two?) stories and it always seemed plausible to me.

To answer your actual question, to me deleted scenes are like horoscopes. If I like what they say, then I'll smile and think, "Excellent!" If not, then I roll my eyes and think, "What a pile of bollocks!" *g*

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