While Burn Notice has seen its share of special guest-stars, Patton Oswalt's turn on the spy-go-round felt especially tailored to give the comedian-actor a sampler plate of espionage life. Outside of that, "Down and Out" was mostly a ho-hum, mission-clien more
In this episode of Burn Notice , called “Down & Out,” Michael and the rest of his trusty team busily make plans to leave town. But is one team mate not ready to leave Miami? It’s funny that, in all this time I’ve been thinking about w more
One of the many things we learn about life is that there are consequences for our choices. This week " Down & Out " showed how Michael’s choice of shooting card and going on the run has profoundly affected Sam’s life; specifically, leaving E more
Picking up seconds after the ending of last week’s episode, we hit the ground this week with Sam confronting Michael about shooting Card.
I have a new respect for Sam Axe. I've known that Sam has been Michael’s substitute conscious at t more
"Over the Line" was a certain kind of Burn Notice affair, one without an external client that instead focused on the group's survival as a cohesive unit. http://www.tv.com/news/burn-notice-over-the-line-review-frenemy-of-the-state-30084/
In this episode of Burn Notice , called “Over The Line,” Michael and the rest of his team have to deal with the consequences of Michael’s rather drastic actions in last week’s mid-season premiere. You know, I really thought that the first hour of la more
It's out of the frying pan, into the fire for Michael Westen in this week's Burn Notice. After killing his mentor-turned-adversary Tom Card, Michael has to escape the CIA, represented by "heavy hit... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/ more