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411. "Time To Be Heroes"

     
(# 77) Nikita and Michael must train five young recruits on an accelerated schedule to get them ready for an attack on Crystal Sky, and when the two operatives are kidnapped by the terrorists, it's up to the recruits to save them.
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best dialogue
DARWIN: :How’s the joe?
NEIL: "Ugh. It blows."
D: "Figures. This place is turning out to be a big-time downer. You know, you’d figure the blonde would be down for some partying. She’s obviously been neutered. Real Joan of Arc wannabe. Bet you ten to one, she has a pocket rocket made by Smith and Wesson. And that Michael – that man is in thundering need of an attitude adjustment. Get him laid, you know? At least he’d crack a smile. I can’t even hear what he’s saying half the time, you know? (mimics Michael's monotone whisper) 'Pass…the sugar.'"

Written by Peter M. Lenkov
Directed by Jerry Cicoretti
Original airdate: April 16, 2000 (USA)
March 7, 2002 (France); January 8, 2003 (UK)

guest stars
Kira Clavell (Jasmine Kwong)
Aaron Ashmore (Neil Hudson)
Cle Bennett (Trent Hammett)
Megan Fahlenbock (Claire Brooks)
Brian Poth (Patrick "Darwin" Donoghue)
Lawrence Bayne (Davenport)
David Stinson (Crystal Sky Op)

music
"Attitude," Hardknox
"Dying Wish," Kill Transmission
"Living Dead Girl (Subliminal Seduction Mix)," Rob Zombie

locations
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Czech title: "Cas hrdinu"
French title: "Le temps des heros"
Italian title: "Il tempro degli eroi"
Portuguese title: "Tempo de ser herois"
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