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I had never done a big film before, I had never been the lead in a film before and any advice anyone wanted to give me, I was more than willing to take." The following year, Nichols played a member of a high school debate team in the independent film Debating Robert Lee (2004) and had a two-episode role in the crime drama television series Line of Fire (2004), which was cancelled after 11 of 13 produced episodes were broadcast.By August 2004, she was cast in supporting roles in the horror films The Amityville Horror (2005) and The Woods (2006).Then I read the first scene where she gets wet, and I went: 'OK, this has got to be altered!A bra was sewn into the "Marilyn Monroe dress" she wore in the film.No way around it." Stephen Holden, writing for The New York Times, similarly said, "It falls to Ms.Nichols to play the movie's designated blond baddie, a cold, arrogant vixen who tries to undermine [Ferrera's character's] triumphs in romance and onstage." Nichols was cast in Star Trek (2009) in November 2007, but due to the project's secrecy her role was initially unknown even to her; she said that month she did not even know her character's name. And I liked the fact that it wasn't just a big action movie ... I was genuinely really happily surprised when I read the script." Richard Corliss of Time wrote that Nichols had "an appealing manner and comely biceps" as Scarlett O'Hara and took notice of her "savory girl fight with Sienna Miller, as the mostly villainous Baroness." After G. Joe, Nichols' next project was the horror film For Sale by Owner, where she played the half of a newly wed couple buying a house with a secret past. Nichols starred as a police detective assigned to investigate the murder of a young boy in the small-scale crime drama Meskada (2010), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and received a limited theatrical release in North America.She said, "I wasn't going to run around for two months without a bra, I thought that was inappropriate.
She said, "I was a sponge for the entire time I was in Atlanta [during filming] and freely admitted that I had no idea what was going on.
In late February 2004, Nichols was cast in a starring role in a then-untitled drama pilot for the Fox Broadcasting Company (Fox).
According to Variety, her character was to be "a DEA agent who goes undercover at a high school".
The series premiered in June 2005 and critical reception was mixed; it had been scheduled opposite the popular Dancing with the Stars on ABC, and due to low ratings six of the 13 produced episodes were aired.
Nichols starred as Rachel Gibson, a computer expert who thought she was working for the CIA when in fact she was working for a dangerous terrorist organization—a situation similar to that of the series' main character Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) in the first season.