Burn Notice: Season 2, Episode 15

Sins of Omission (26 Feb. 2009)

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Michael's ex-fiancée asks for help after a black market dealer kidnaps her son to force her to steal a tracking chip for him.

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Master-hit-man Victor remains on Michael's trail, so he makes his protesting mother stay with him for safety. Samantha stole a crucial military chip as ransom for her young son Charlie. Michael agrees to help her steal it back from ruthless arms-dealer Tyler Brennen, himself an ex-spy. Thereto he pretends to provide vital security for the sale of the chip. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Michael uses the stun gun/camera on Victor to end the fight in the restroom. However, Michael was touching Victor at the time, so he would have been shocked by the stun gun, too. See more »

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Michael Westen: [narration] From private homes, to financial institutions, to military encampments, security consulting is a multi-billion dollar industry. And while security consultants constantly tout new materials and technology, the basic techniques haven't changed in 4000 years. Get a better view of any danger headed your way, make your walls sturdier, and arm yourself well enough to fend off attacks. Hardening a target against attacks outside is pretty straight forward. Which is why
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