Burn Notice

Burn Notice – Reckoning

by Alan Rapp on September 13, 2013

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“Sometimes sacrifices must be made.”

Burn Notice - Reckoning

Stuck between choosing between the life of Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) and that of Sonia (Alona Tal) and his cushy new job as the head of James‘ (John Pyper-Ferguson) organization, Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) makes the only choice possible and brings down the fury of a billionaire with his own private army on both him and his friends in the final episode of Burn Notice.

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Burn Notice – Sea Change

by Alan Rapp on September 8, 2013

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“If we don’t stop him now there won’t be a Michael left to save.”

Burn Notice - Sea Change

After admitting to James (John Pyper-Ferguson) that he’s been working undercover for months with the CIA to bring down his organization but now he’s allegiances have turned, Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) is allowed to return home where the Director of the CIA (Tyrees Allen) gives the spy 48 hours to complete his mission. After Michael pushes his friends away under the guise of completing his mission alone, Sam (Bruce Campbell), Jesse (Coby Bell), and a suspicious Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) decide to discover what Michael is really up to but are unprepared for what they find.

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Burn Notice – Tipping Point

by Alan Rapp on August 24, 2013

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Burn Notice - Tipping Point

Learning of Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) and Sonia‘s (Alona Tal) new mission in Mexico with James (John Pyper-Ferguson), Agent Strong (Jack Coleman) plans an armed extraction in broad daylight to grab the evil mastermind using freelance mercenaries, but (as with nearly every aspect of Michael’s undercover mission) things don’t go quite according to plan especially once Michael discovers that Strong has hired Simon (Garret Dillahunt) as the leader of the team charged with bringing James in. With Sam (Bruce Campbell) and Jesse (Coby Bell) assisting Strong’s team, it falls on Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) to stay behind and protect Maddie (Sharon Gless) if things go wrong and James discovers Michael has betrayed him.

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Burn Notice – Things Unseen

by Alan Rapp on August 17, 2013

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Burn Notice - Things Unseen

Michael‘s (Jeffrey Donovan) loyalties are put to the test when he’s sent to the Canary Islands with Sonia (Alona Tal) to kill and old friend (Sebastian Roché) who has snooping around Michael’s ties to James‘ (John Pyper-Ferguson) organization. Unable to warn his friend or get Agent Strong (Jack Coleman) to step in and spirit Steele to safety, Michael has to decide just how far he’s willing to go to protect his cover. When the first attempt fails, Michael has to do whatever it takes to stop Sonia’s men from leveling the entire compound with a drone strike, even if the mean’s agreeing to lure his friend into the open and finish the job with a single shot from a sniper rifle.

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Burn Notice – Bitter Pill

by Alan Rapp on August 10, 2013

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Burn Notice - Bitter Pill

Michael (Jeffrey Donovan), Sam (Bruce Campbell), Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar), and Jesse‘s (Coby Bell)  assignment from James (John Pyper-Ferguson) to protect a Middle Eastern reformer (Christopher Maher) from an assassination attempt runs into problems with the man is poisoned. With less than 24-hours, Jesse and Fi try to convince the local Libyan drug maker (Sammy Sheik) who designed the poison to give them the antidote by kidnapping him, throwing him out a window, and watching as Schneider (David Meunier), James’ assigned field leader for the team, poisons their hostage with his own poison in a last-ditch attempt to get him to give up the cure.

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