Burn Notice (2007–2013)
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Michael meets his new "wrangler"/"rodeo clown". Also Michael's childhood friend Ricky needs help proving his innocence to his boss, Valantine.

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Michael's new handler's, or wrangler's, approach to his duties is more stick than carrot, and he's not above interfering with the new case if it infringes on the time he believes should be spent on Michael's newly assigned task. Unfortunately, that may endanger the life of one of his childhood friends. Written by layle

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14 August 2008 (USA)  »

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When Ricky walks away to leave the loft after Michael solves his problem the yellow envelope full of cash is sitting on the counter next to Fiona. Fiona then grabs the incendiary rounds from her bag for Michael and the envelope is missing. See more »

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Fiona Glenanne: Of course, the tactical support I'm giving you, will cost you. I need new shoes.
Michael Westen: You've got plenty of shoes.
Fiona Glenanne: Well, now that I'm on the open market, I need more.
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Performed by Kurt Farquhar
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The best & worst of Burn Notice
29 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

The best: Michael meets one bad-ass operative called Victor 'The Wrangler'. This guy is the fiercest agent ever introduced in the show - highly intelligent, maybe psychotic, cynical, without any moral scruples, and always several steps ahead of Michael.

I can't wait to see him again in the coming episodes.

The worst: Method Man. Oh dear - I've had enough of this gangsta-attitude. It's worn so thin over time, it makes me sick to watch.

But all in all a definite mustn't miss. Victor more than carries the show through.


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