Burn Notice: Season 2, Episode 14

Truth and Reconciliation (19 Feb. 2009)

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Michael helps a Haitian man who is trying to prove that a man currently living in Miami is actually a fugitive who killed his daughter in a Haitian prison.

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Michael survives a murder attempt by a killer posing as corrupt Cayman banker Gustava. Because of Sam's sensitivity about the Haitian regimes' cruelty Michael takes the case of immigrant Claude Laurent who wants governor's son Jean Pierre Dumont, who lives in Miami under an alias, brought to trial for the killing in prison of Claude's daughter. Written by KGF Vissers

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While narrating, Michael explains how best to infiltrate someone from his team with the Haitians. He said people are more trusting of someone who speaks their native tongue. The native language in Haïti is Creole, yet Fiona spoke only French. French is a secondary language for Haitians. See more »

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When Westen and Laurent flee Duman's house on Star Island, we see a street sign for S[outh] NORTHLAKE DR[ive]. The only street on Star Island is Star Island Drive. See more »

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Michael Westen: [narration - as Fi chats with bad guy] Spend time with corrupt, homicidal, Third World political figures, and you'll hear a lot of self-pity. What kind of man throws his political enemies in prison and then tortures them to death? Usually it's a guy who feels so sorry for himself, he feels justified doing anything. Killers, by and large, are whining losers. But that doesn't make them any less dangerous.
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IMDb's People Need to Pay Attention....
20 August 2009 | by (TN, United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is just fine, as is the rest of the show. Didn't start out just *wonderfully*, but OK, and has since developed into a show that's definitely worth watching. No, my issue here is with IMDb. James Black's name in this show is NOT Jean-Pierre Dumont, It's Jean-Pierre DUMAN. Now, under normal circumstances, I could understand, as it does rather sound like it could very well be "Dumont." In *this* case, however, there is NO excuse, because the man's name is shown ON SCREEN *no less* than three times, possibly more. Now tell me: as they have built an entire (rather large) website, which is probably one of the (if not THE) most widely trafficked movie sites on the web, I would assume the folks at IMDb know how to read. *This* is why IMDb needs to make it just a *little* bit easier for users to modify stuff. If it was a little easier (and no, I don't mean Wikipedia easy, but still....), then this would be a non-issue. Some would say it still is. Granted, it's a minor thing. IMDb does a lot right, and I appreciate that, and use it ALL the time; if not for IMDb, I'd have gone crazy a long time ago ("CRAP! What else have I seen her in?"). However, accuracy is of paramount importance, I would think, and allowing users at least to review the pages, and maybe send correction suggestions in, would be a step in the right direction.


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