The real meat - the real good stuff - in "Bitter Pill" happened right at the end when Michael saved Fiona and then James, proving himself to be a brutally hard-lined "good guy," executed his trusted agent, Bob (played by Justified's David Meunier). Up unt more
"Nature of the Beast" had a tough act to follow given last week's extraordinary episode, "Psychological Warfare," and for the most part it felt like a bit of a run-around. Michael had just been put through a physical and emotional wringer and now, after a more
This week’s Burn Notice shifted pace a bit from the last few episodes primarily because we stepped away from Michael. Thus far this season, we have for the most part dealt with Michael’s demons and Michael’s mindset. This episode took some time to show more
In last week's episode, Fi and Jesse helped Strong rescue a man who told Michael some disturbing things about James. In tonight's episode, "Bitter Pill", Michael and the others search for an antidote to save the life of a poisoned diplomat, while Madeline more
The line between “good” and “bad”, “lawful” and “honorable” are so blurry I’m not sure where Michael and the gang are standing. James was no slouch when it came to smearing them in " Bitter Pill ."
Was I the only one with a tear in my eye as Michael more
This was a serviceable episode, one that did the bare minimum in advancing this final season toward its end. Read More...
In "Nature of the Beast," we learned James’ real name (I was wrong to guess McGillicutty Esq.), and with it, some disturbing details concerning his past. Read More...
This week’s episode of Burn Notice was much less intense than last week, but that doesn’t mean it lacked in action or drama. There was plenty of both. There were even a couple of twists thrown in for good measure.
Michael received his first assig more