Burn Notice pulled out the big guns (and explosions and fights) for its summer season finale. In "Desperate Times," Michael finally faced the man who killed his brother.
Burn Notice is nearing its summer season finale. The questions raised by Nate's sudden death are closer to being answered and Fi's time in jail (and her deal to get out) comes back into play.
One of Burn Notice's main characters is a mother. But she wasn't the one being overprotective in this week's episode, "Unchained." After weeks of living in denial, Nate's death has finally become a priority. And Michael's reluctant to let anyone else get hurt.
Well it happened. Burn Notice delivered on its promise to kill off a major character. The death, in the form of Michael's brother Nate, has left two of our favorite characters reeling. This week, Michael struggled to move on, while Maddy refused to talk to her living son. The rest of the gang -- well, they avoided the topic, distracting themselves with a few...
All season, Burn Notice has teased a major death and this week's episode ("Shock Wave") was hyped as vitally important. Putting two and two together wasn't a difficult task, but guessing who'd bite the bullet was. In the end, the death wasn't as "major" as implied, but it still made an impact.
Burn Notice has always taught us useful tidbits about being a spy (this week's lesson: how to pry open a door with a hydraulic wedge). But the lesson about getting a "trigger happy" girlfriend out of prison is slower coming. By episode five, Fiona is still in the pen and benched from Team Westin. Luckily, there's a potential deal on...
So far, this season of Burn Notice has been marked by questionable decisions. Fiona's decision to go to jail, Michael's disregard for his street smarts, and now Pearce's need to track down her fiance's murderer at the risk of her career. Thankfully, her problem snaps Michael back to reality (at least a little).
It's already been established that the sixth season of Burn Notice is going to be explosive. More importantly, it sees Michael facing his most personal challenge yet: getting Fiona out of prison. In "Mixed Messages," he's willing to do anything, including take on a risky mission from his old mentor.
Last season on Burn Notice, Fiona turned herself in to save Michael after the bomb incident at the British Consulate. Though Michael was ready to betray his country to clear her name, Fi couldn't let him do it. She made the ultimate sacrifice -- her freedom. Now, as season six begins, Michael and Sam are charged with the task of clearing her name.
If you're a fan of the hit USA series "Burn Notice" this post is for you! We have a sneak peek at this week's episode, which features a guest appearance by Robert Patrick -- a very angry Robert Patrick. The clip shows him along with Jeffrey Donovan who plays Michael and Coby Bell who stars as Jesse Porter. Watch what happens...
Veteran actor Burt Reynolds will guest star on one of the USA Network's most popular shows, "Burn Notice." According to EW, Reynolds will appear on an episode during the upcoming fourth season that's slated to begin June 3rd. His character is being brought in to serve as a cautionary tale for Jeffrey Donovan's alter ego, Michael.