Michael and former handler Jason Bly are trapped together in a bank robbery. The pair must work together in order to get out alive


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Prescott
Bank Robber (as Rod Rowland)
Paula Foster
Red Bull Robber
Leg Wound Robber
Prescott's Accomplice
Board of Health Agent


Jason Bly, the agent Michael believed to have discredited, found a way to turn the tables on him, but he tries to toughen it out. When they meet in a bank, it is robbed by a ruthless gangster who cares nothing for casualties on either side. Michael poses a s a doctor to save innocent clients and Jason, who foolishly tried to resist. Michael manages to contact Sam for outside support, aided by Fiona. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 February 2009 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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The bullet that Michael recovers from Bly's arm wound is in immaculate condition. Had it been fired into his arm and not torn out the other side then it would be deformed from impacting the bone. See more »


Fiona Glenanne: [frustrated] I still think we should set off the charges, blow a hole in the wall, rush in... Beats waiting out here.
Sam Axe: Yeah, that's good, let's get Mike and the hostages killed because you have the attention span of a 3 year old.
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Rasta Riddim
Written by Amy Correa Bell/ Eddie J. Correa/ Les J. Correa
Performed by Amy Correa Bell/Eddie J.Correa
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Die Hard meets Bourne meets Macguyver
13 February 2009 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This episode shows how Micheal at his best innovative, cool under pressure and able to improvise at the last second.

There is a funny banter between Fiona and Sam as always, and almost a Carla from cheers moment from Fiona

Alex Carter can play slimy very well, but also shows a more noble side to his character. We see that Michael being smarter than him was no one off.

There is not as many hot bods here on display as in a usual Burn Notice episode.

What there is in 40 minutes an example of how to protect hostages the non die hard way.

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