Burn Notice (2007–2013)
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Jesse asks Michael to sabotage a team of corporate spies, not knowing that they are planning a hostage situation. Meanwhile, Sam and Fi turn to an old "friend" to help gather information about who framed Michael and killed Max.

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To get at Max's sinister murderer, who framed Michael, Sam must lean heavily on a brilliant hacker who is in no mood to do favors to the man who already got him convicted, but gives in under Fiona's terror. Michael and his mother meanwhile help Jesse with a supposedly routine business security job, but find themselves trapped in a massive kidnapping by the ruthless gang Michael was 'hired' by as menial henchman but has to keep from killing hostages by taking charge. Written by KGF Vissers

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25 August 2011 (USA)  »

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Michael T. Weiss is not the first cast member from the TV show "The Pretender" to appear in "Burn Notice". Patrick Bauchau who played Sydney Green in "The Pretender" played Lucien in the episode "Eye for an Eye". See more »

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Michael Westen: [narrative] In any search and capture operation, you have to balance speed against planning. Once you locate your target, you have a hard choice to make. Take too much time planning and your target gets away. Take too little time planning and you get yourself killed.
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Written by Amy Correa Bell/Eddie J.Correa/Les J.Correa
Performed by Amy Correa Bell
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