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Subject: Chapter 5: Set-Up


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Sanlin
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Date Posted: 04:10:43 12/06/01 Thu
In reply to: Sanlin 's message, "Welcome everyone :-D and a repost of "It's Absurd"" on 18:05:34 12/01/01 Sat

Inside Nikita’s apartment, after placing Nikita’s handgun on the kitchen counter, Michael quickly began removing his Cookie Monster costume.

Nikita was almost disappointed, until she saw what he was wearing underneath.

Michael sported a black pair of silk boxer shorts decorated with tiny versions of the wide-eyed, orange-furred monster Elmo. Over top of the boxers he wore a black T-shirt with white lettering that read, "Tickle THIS, Elmo!" A large white arrow pointed downwards, towards a part of Michael’s anatomy Nikita would definitely like to get reacquainted with…

Michael went out into the apartment hallway and returned with some bags and packages.
He handed Nikita a bag containing three videotapes. She read the titles: ‘Trading Places,’ ‘A Fish Called Wanda,’ and ‘Nine ½ Weeks’.

"Movies?" she asked curiously. She had only recently acquired her TV set and VCR. Not for the first time, she wondered where Michael obtained some of his Intel.

"Don’t rewind these, just watch them," Michael instructed. "When you’re done, put on the outfit in this bag. I have some… preparations… to make."

"Don’t be long," Nikita admonished. She grabbed Michael by the front of his T-shirt and pulled him to her for a searing kiss that extended into a slow, deep interrogation of his lips and mouth, seeking out the truth behind his mysterious words and actions.

He swallowed audibly and licked his lips, the sweet taste of her lingering inside his mouth. "I won’t,” he promised.

Nikita sighed and put the first tape, ‘Trading Places,’ in the VCR. She pushed play and settled back to watch.

An actress, Nikita recognized her as Jamie Lee Curtis, was on a train, dressed in an outlandish costume. She looked like a European hiker, or an overgrown Girl Scout. The actress spoke in a false Swedish accent, saying, "Hello! My name is Ing-gah! Please to be helping me with my rook-sack…?"

Nikita watched the rest of the scene and then switched to ‘A Fish Called Wanda’. Jamie Lee Curtis—again!! This time, sharing a scene with John Cleese. Nikita began to harbor a secret suspicion Michael might just have a thing for Jamie Lee…

Nikita watched the scene where Jamie Lee’s character became incredibly turned on by Cleese’s character speaking different languages; Italian and Russian. Nikita thought of Michael’s irresistible French accent and grinned in spite of herself. ‘That devil,’ she thought. ‘He knows. He realizes what that soft, purring accent of his does to me!’

Lastly, Nikita turned to ‘Nine ½ Weeks.’ Joe Cocker’s song, "You Can Leave Your Hat On," played in the background of the scene as Kim Basinger’s character did a striptease for a very interested Mickey Rourke.

‘Oh, really!’ Nikita thought. Perhaps she could give Michael a little strip and a tease later on.

When the scene was finished, Nikita looked in the other bag and pulled out her costume. It was a replica of the Swedish hiker’s outfit worn by Jamie Lee Curtis in ‘Trading Places,’ complete with a rucksack. A CD of Joe Cocker’s "You Can Leave Your Hat On" rested at the bottom of the bag.

Nikita braided her hair into ponytails, tying them with colored ribbons, and slipped into the costume, rucksack and all. She placed the CD in her disc player, but didn’t start the music yet.

"Oh, Miii-chaael!" Nikita called sweetly. "It’s time for a little break…"

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What a wonderfully inventive mind that Michael has. *wink, wink* (NT)Kitkat <@^@>16:11:31 12/06/01 Thu


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