"Things Unseen" was another example of a decent episode-turned-great; starting out with a rudimentary nagging scene where Fiona bitched to Michael about his overall commitment to, ahem, saving them all from a life in prison and then heading into two see more
In last week's episode, Michael was forced to kill an innocent in order to maintain his cover with James and Carlos said goodbye to Fi after realizing that she was still tangled up in Michael's world. In tonight's episode, "Tipping Point", Michael takes o more
Of all the ways I had thought that Simon might return, his arrival in " Tipping Point " as the leader of the extraction team working for Strong never crossed my mind.
In my mind’s version of events, James was working for Simon and that would be the more
"Tipping Point" succeeded by having our hero once again question the true nature of the CIA alongside his own. Read More...
This week’s Burn Notice asked some hard questions and provided no real answers. I’m not entirely sure how I feel about this episode, and I think that was kind of the point. There were a lot of hard questions and a lot of difficult decisions that had to more
In fleshing out Carlos and focusing on the increasing risk of Michael’s involvement with James, "Things Unseen" benefitted from two strong, thematically linked stories. Read More...
In last week's episode, one of James' men put Fi's life in danger, so James killed him while Michael stood by and did nothing. In tonight's episode, "Things Unseen", Michael is tasked with taking out a former colleague, then risks his life to save Fi's bo more
When Michael agreed to work for Agent Andrew Strong in exchange for his mother and friends' freedom, he never could have imagined the cost. He's been forced to become the agent that he strived to never be. With each undercover mission, he's lost a bit of more