Burn Notice: Season 4, Episode 9

Center of the Storm (5 Aug. 2010)

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In the aftermath of a hurricane, Michael poses as a hitman as part of his plan to protect a federal witness, and is forced to turn to Vaughn so that he can speak to Simon about his coded Bible.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Vaughn Anderson
Erik Fabregat ...
Matt Reese
Erica Hare ...
Carlito Waitress
James Bailey


FBI agents Lane and Harris lost track of a crucial witness and Cole, the hit-man hired by the gang he's testifying against. Michael accepts to help the witness, posing as the back-up hired gun Matt Reese, but Cole, a fellow military elite veteran, ably trapped him. Michael turns against official Vaughn, who refused to help him with Simon's 'family Bible', and calls his fresh FBI marker. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Michael meets Cole, the booby-trap is based on an M18 Claymore. Michael states that the blast would not injure Cole if the bomb was triggered. Given that a Claymore has almost a pound and a half of C4, the blast would easily kill anyone in the room, regardless of the fragments. See more »


[first lines]
Bus boy: [moving table inside] Let's go, man. You got it?
Michael Westen: [narrative] Classified data has been digitally encoded since before computers were invented. Spies have used book cyphers for centuries to send numeric correspondence that can only be read when paired with a proper text. Bibles make good code books because of the variance between printed editions and the numbering of chapter and verse.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »


Written and Performed by Kathie Talbot and Jess Stroup
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