Burn Notice: Season 5, Episode 3

Mind Games (7 Jul. 2011)

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Fi and Sam ask Michael to take a break and let go of the past now that the people who burned him have been brought to justice, but he soon decides to help one of Nate's friends who is being harassed by a loan shark.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Larry Bukovey ...
Man with Shopping Bag
Esmé Nix ...
Little Girl (as Esme Rebecca Susan Nix)
Motorcycle Dealer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eduardo Pérez ...
Police Detective


Michael's kid brother Nate is back in Miami, but not just to show off his baby boy. He needs the team to save a rehab mate whose yoghurt bar is cracking under extortion from loan shark Wallace's ambitious lieutenant Carter. Michael works his way in as slick fixer and sets up Carter as undercover cop so Wallace will eliminate him. But instead of the contraband staked by Fiona, Wallace finds proof it's a real FBI agent, so the team must save him. Written by KGF Vissers

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[first lines]
Michael Westen: [narrative] As a field operative, some aspects of life aren't part of your daily experience. You may be familiar with the mountains of Afghanistan or know how to break down a .50-caliber machine gun, but that expertise comes at the cost of certain normal activities people take for granted. Keeping up with sports teams, for example, or the details of lawn care... or dealing with babies.
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