#7 “If You Want to Save Me, Save Yourself.”: In order to survive the nano-toxin he had been dosed with, Michael had to die. When Sonya’s attempts to resuscitate him failed, Nikita begged Michael to come back to her and Michael followed Nikita’s voice back to the land of the living. Nikita’s words managed to make Michael’s heart beat again when nothing else could, a sure sign of the strength of their love.   

The 15 Most Pivotal Moments of Michael and Nikita’s Relationship.


I  l o v e   y o u.  And I want to spend the rest of my life with you.


#5 “Give Me the Damn Glock!”: In the midst of a rescue mission, Michael had to go back for Nikita’s engagement ring, yelling as much at her when Nikita questioned why he was running back into the fray. The look on Nikita’s face when she realized Michael had just spontaneously proposed was priceless. I debated whether or not to include the more traditional proposal scene at the end of this episode, but this one just felt more fitting for our spy couple.  

The 15 Most Pivotal Moments of Michael and Nikita’s Relationship.


- She won’t hurt me.
- Shut up!




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Anonymous asked:
This has to be the stupidest fucking ship name ever!

Awww I’m sorry you don’t like it too bad for you because honestly no one gives a fuck of what you think! 😁✌️ #byehater


#9 “You’re the Strongest Person I’ve Ever Met”: Michael was distraught when he learned the truth about Percy’s role in the deaths of his wife and daughter. He told Nikita about the future he planned for his family and how he intended to kill Percy for taking that away from him. Nikita promised Michael his revenge, as soon as they found the rest of Percy’s black boxes. Shane West’s devastating performance, combined with Nikita’s instant forgiveness of Michael’s planned double-cross, made this one of the most memorable Michael/Nikita scenes.  

The 15 Most Pivotal Moments of Michael and Nikita’s Relationship.