Burn Notice: Season 5, Episode 6

Enemy of My Enemy (28 Jul. 2011)

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Michael plays a heroin dealer from his past against Serbian mobsters so that he can help the agency retrieve a stolen predator drone. However, his plan threatens to put Sam in serious danger.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Arturo Rossi ...
Sugar (as Arturo Fernandez)
Vlade / Serb


Michael stalls with CIA agent Pearce as the team must, before she's shown the at first sight incriminating security videos, Westen's near-dead-ringer, obviously part of an elaborate setup. Pearce herself offers an alternative priority: saving an informant who infiltrated a Serbian gang by finding a way to turn the police on them red-handed before her superiors order arrests which are bound to expose her source. To this end, Michael instructs Sam's alter-ego to deviously approach ruthless drug baron Carmelo Dante by car-crash to ultimately make the notoriously violent drug-fiend believe the Serbians stole from him, which the team must itself. Written by KGF Vissers

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[first lines]
Michael Westen: [narrative] There's a long tradition of using doubles in espionage. They're mostly used by dictators who want to confuse would-be assassins, but they have other less-common uses, like framing someone for a crime they didn't commit.
Sam Axe: [pauses tape] Okay, I know this video is grainy, but from that angle, it sure looks like you.
Michael Westen: It's not me, Sam.
Fiona Glenanne: I assume the burner cellphone he's buying made a call from the scene of Max's murder.
Madeline Westen: Well somebody went to a lot of trouble to do this. Huh. ...
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Promotional consideration sponsored by Hyundai Motor America. See more »


References Yojimbo (1961) See more »

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