Division is at it again.  Nikita saves a freelance journalist from being taken by the Division’s evil henchmen.  Why would they want Jill the journalist?  Because she has access to evidence of what happened during a plane crash caused by them. 

Michael had Birkoff put an APB out on Jill for the murder of her boss, of course Division killed her boss!  Nikita tried to get the information Division was seeking from Jill.  Guess what Jill didn’t have the information.  She was waiting to get a phone call from her source but Division will definitely track her through her phone.  That is why Nikita disassembled it.  So the two went somewhere so she could get the phone call.

Michael thinks there is some sort of software breach that is occurring and this is how Nikita is getting the information for their jobs.  Birkoff gave Michael and Percy the idea that he would be the only one who could hack into Division software.  Percy then requested that Amanda interrogate him.  Sounds like trouble for Birkoff!  During his “interview” he flipped the script on Amanda and blamed her for Nikita no longer being with Division due to her lack of training.  This ended up with a body scan and a full cavity search.

The recruits are given an “exercise” to track someone.  They are really helping Division track Jill and Nikita.  Thom picks Alex and Jaden to be apart of his team.  He is trying to help them survive because these girls have been out to kil each other.  Alex impressed Michael with her knowledge on the “exercise” and asked him to go on a mission.  Michael brushed her off and told her to stay with Birkoff.

During this mission Nikita was injured but she was able to save Jill. 

Alex informed Nikita that they found the bug on Birkoff.  This took even more heat off the real source.


About Elizabeth

I am the co-creator of S and E Pop Culture. I currently live and work in East Tennessee. I love to watch, talk and write about all things popculture. Check out the blog sepopculture.wordpress.com and let me know what you think.

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