The USA series about an out-of-favor spy helped to redefine TV's leading men. As the show reaches its finale, it remains wholly true to itself.
While television pundits work themselves into an honors-English lather deconstructing the minutiae of more
I guess my my main gripe regarding "Sea Change" - the penultimate series episode that's been billed as the first half of a two-part finale - is that it ended on a cliffhanger. And the reason that it bugs me is because when I found pictures o more
In presenting an overwhelmed hero who had betrayed his friends for a more difficult path, this meaty, emotional hour benefitted by examining the dark side of what it means to be such a regularly solitary force. Read More...
I don’t know about anyone else, but it’s been pretty difficult for me to come to terms with the fact that Burn Notice is ending. Although I’ve known since before this season aired that it was the last one, it hadn’t really su more
With nothing to lose anymore, Michael’s frank and honest answers to James didn't surprise me as much as James’ total trust in Michael to lie to the CIA.
Then again, Michael’s lied to the CIA before, always when he thought more
In the last episode, Michael turned his back on the CIA -- and chose to protect James -- after learning some ugly truths about the agency he devoted his life to. But when James zeroed in on Sonya as the one who betrayed him, Michael had to break his cover more
A tipping point is the point at which a series of small changes or incidents becomes significant enough to cause a larger, more important change. Although I wouldn’t classify everything that Michael has gone through over the last 7 years as small, i more