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Burn Notice Season 6 Finale Review: The damage is done

21 December 2012 8:31 AM, PST | | See recent news »

To put it brief, the two-hour Burn Notice Season 6 finale spectacle surpassed our expectations. We aren’t in a further place along Michael’s (Jeffrey Donovan) seemingly never-ending path to redemption, but he is in a safer place. We were teased with the death of a character, and we got one, just probably not the one we originally thought–and that’s just fine with us. We wanted to see Michael go up to bat for his crew and he did that on a few occasions and ultimately paid the price at the end. He did exactly what he promised Sam (Bruce Campbell); Michael Westen made things right. There were also a few lines that should have caught you off guard, and some that made you laugh out loud, reminding those that have stuck by this show why we love it so.

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- Ernie Estrella

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Burn Notice Review: ... And Into The Fire

20 December 2012 8:00 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The second hour of the Burn Notice Season 6 finale (Read my review of "You Can Run" now) certainly didn't pull any punches. If I hated Riley before, "Game Change" proved that there was more room to add some dislike. 

When Riley promised to chase Michael to the ends of the earth to get him, I didn't realize that the ends of the earth were in Miami. Did anyone else find it funny that Michael finally left the city on a boat only to be stopped by the Coast Guard he called? 

I admit that I was surprised that super agent Riley actually went to the dark side and contracted with the enemy to have Michael and the gang killed. Once I got past the shock, I realized it gave Michael the opening he needed to clear his name, especially if his “friend” Css Agent Bly (Alex Carter) was willing to help. »

- (Jim Garner)

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Burn Notice Season 6 Finale Lead In: Reflections and Expectations

20 December 2012 11:01 AM, PST | | See recent news »

The Burn Notice Season 6 Finale has arrived. Tonight we’ll find out what happens to Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan), Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell), Fiona Glenanne (Gabrielle Anwar), Jesse (Coby Bell) and Madeline (Sharon Gless). But first, let’s take a look back at the season and reflect what has worked, what hasn’t worked, and our expectations on tonight’s two-hour finale, “You Can Run….”

Editor’S Pick: Burn Notice Finale Review – The damage is done

What’s worked

• Burn Notice broke out of its safety zone this season by taking Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) away and for a few episodes we got to see Fi in solo action. She still used her wits, creating makeshift weapons, charming the guards and fellow inmates but she didn’t quite have the backup, the car, nor the right pumps to match those orange jumpers.

• The hunt for Anson Fullerton (Jere Burns) took on a more serious tone, »

- Ernie Estrella

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Burn Notice limps towards its Season 6 Finale

14 December 2012 12:31 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Burn Notice Season 6 Episode 16: Odd Man Out

Burn Notice has been filled to the brim with annoying characters this season. Tom Card (John C. McGinley) was rightfully shot in the head in the mid-season finale, “Means & Ends” and whenever I see Agent Olivia Riley (Sonja Sohn), her one-note overacting makes me want to yank my television off my wall, climb up a flight of stairs to “clean and jerk” it out of my third-story window. I know, I know, Sohn was on The Wire, but can we give her a little more range to work with here? Oh and by the way, we get two hours of her tough girl act in the season finale. But the award for the most annoying character this season – and perhaps all of the seasons – has to go to Colin Schmidt, played by comedian Patton Oswalt

One of Burn Notice‘s staples is »

- Ernie Estrella

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‘Burn Notice’ Season 6 Premiere Review: Michael Westen Unleashed

15 June 2012 12:20 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

A few things were noticeably absent from the Season 6 Premiere of Burn Notice last night. There were no covers, no over-the-top accents, and no smiles from Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan). What few jokes Sam (Bruce Campbell) and Jesse (Coby Bell) threw out went over like lead balloons, because there was simply nothing to joke about. Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) and Sam saw Michael compromising everything he stood for, burning fellow spies, deleting government files; he was doing Anson’s (Jere Burns) work at the snap of his weasel-fingers. Fiona and Sam had enough and came up with a plan that would snap Michael out of his funk and fight back–they might have snapped him a bit too hard.

It was Michael Westen unleashed as he put the Charger into overdrive and showed a side he rarely shows. He lost his cool, and dropped his normally steely-eyed, calm focus. Michael became »

- Ernie Estrella

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'Burn Notice': What did you think of the season 6 premiere?

14 June 2012 9:18 PM, PDT | - PopWatch | See recent - PopWatch news »

There were two games on TV Thursday night — something involving basketball and then the game Anson was playing with Michael Westen on Burn Notice.

If we’re keeping score, evil man Anson still has one up on Michael. By the end of the season premiere, he had not only slipped through Michael’s fingers once again, but he had almost killed Sam in an explosion. (P.S. – Thank you, Burn Notice, for always bringing the boom.)

Meanwhile, Fiona was still in custody, and despite Agent Jerk’s (Alex Carter) best efforts to trick her into confessing the truth, she stuck to her story. »

- Sandra Gonzalez

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