Burn Notice: Season 4, Episode 11

Blind Spot (19 Aug. 2010)

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As Sam and Jesse reach out to the CEO who wants Simon's encoded Bible, Sam continues to mislead Jesse about who burned him. Meanwhile, Sam and Fi try to out-con a conman who is stealing money from unsuspecting widows.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Charles Archer
Rob Batie ...
Security Guard
Kim Cozort ...
Michael Jacques ...
Colonel Russell
Yamil Piedra ...


Contacting telecom CEO John Barret may be the end-game for the attempt to clear Jesse's record. They offer the code Bible, but instead of a deal offer they get a visit from top-level goon colonel Russel, whom they deal with professionally. Fiona meanwhile commandeers Sam to help put out of business slick British womanizer Charles Archer, who robs his victims. That sting proves hard enough to require Michael's full participation. Meanwhile discovers an disturbing truth. Written by KGF Vissers

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Michael Westen: [narrative] Forging an intelligence file is always tricky. Spies are trained to catch even tiny inconsistencies from outdated typeface to the wrong kind of thermal-chromatic ink. Even the folder needs to be picture perfect, because the fact is, spies do judge books by their covers.
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