Burn Notice: Season 6, Episode 3

Last Rites (28 Jun. 2012)

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Pearce asks Michael to track down her fiancé's killer. Fiona investigates who tried to kill her inside of prison.

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Rather then see his CIA supervisor Pearce ruin her career for revenge on Ahmad Damour, Anson's deal-protected informer, who murdered her fiancé, Michael promises the team will help her land him in jail. They and Jesse will join him aboard a cruises to Bermuda to fake a fatal virus infection. Meanwhile Sam must do with Nate and Madeline to handle Ahmad's heir Sharif Damour, who is tricked into retrieving the crucial files for sale to Russian mobsters. Written by KGF Vissers

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Michael refers to Ahmed's infection as viral, but at his home, Sam says Nate is working with highly infectious bacteria, not viruses. See more »

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Michael Westen: Sam, if I don't help Pearce, she's gonna ruin her career. Without her in the Agency, I'll never get Fi out of prison.
Sam Axe: Okay, well, wait. Says here the guy's getting ready to take a cruise. Maybe you isolate him on the boat, make him think that he's sick.
Michael Westen: If he doesn't think he's gonna make it...
Sam Axe: He's gonna start talking.
Michael Westen: And the first person he'll call is...
Michael WestenSam Axe: His son, Sharif...
Michael Westen: ...back in Bermuda. It's perfect, Sam.
Sam Axe: So perfect it's not gonna work. We don't have the manpower. You got to have three...
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We're not in Kansas anymore.
28 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

There is a term in the movie industry used when a work, or portion of a work like the script, is common, standard, repeatable, predictable... "derivative." This third episode of season six was ANYTHING BUT derivative. In fact, right now I'm scouring my previous notes on scripts but I'm pretty sure that we die-hard Burn Notice fans have not seen anything as convoluted, unpredictable and complicated as this episode; nor, provide 60 minutes of such unmitigated, nail-biting cinematic enjoyment! As Dorothy told Toto - "we're not in Kansas any more"; which thing we already knew if we were paying any attention at all to the first two episodes. Everything Michael does now seems to have a "Fiona" component to it - including taking a cruise with Jesse and Agent Pearce, who without cinematic attribution would be the closest this hour got to being "the client." Sam is still being a true master of tactics and Fiona is showing us how absolutely brilliant she is at getting out of tight spots and defending herself - and she gets to meet the warden personally as well as talk to Michael.

The only predictability in this whole episode was the whining and argumentative nature of Madeline and Nate. Although there are other methods to use, it seems that starting an argument is this series writer's favorite method of delivering a segment of exposition. None-the-less, both characters are "version 2.0" and really stepping up their game now that Fiona is no longer available for operations. And the bad guys? Well, those that we've been dealing with so far this season are even "badder" (and not in the good way). The title may help you figure out the "spoilers" which I can't write here in the review; but, not if you think this is Kansas.


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