Burn Notice: Season 3, Episode 6

The Hunter (16 Jul. 2009)

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Michael is outnumbered and on the run in The Everglades from an old Ukranian nemesis, and his only ally is an angry gunrunner whom Michael inadvertently got roped into the situation.



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Episode complete credited cast:
John Beck
Pyotr Chechik
Police Officer
Russian / Goateed Thug (as Nikolay Nedyalkov)
Boat Rental Clerk
Burly Guard (as Patrick 'Etu' Louis Ah-Wong')


Michael refuses to 'play ball' with 'agent of secret agents' Tom Strickler, who offers to mediates in order to get him back into lucrative work. Sam helps him find out that the Ukrainian 'would be' client's contact is arrogant Miami businessman John Beck. While Michael meets him unsuccessfully, both are attacked by the goons of Weston's Cold War enemy Pyotr Chechik. Michael babysits the traitorous fool while they run for attack team leader Vlad trough the Everglades, deliberately forcing Chesniuk to coma charge himself. Written by KGF Vissers

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The head of the criminal syndicate is named Pyotr Chechik. This is a nod to Jeremiah S. Chechik who directed several episodes in the series. See more »


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