When agent Riley turns to a drug cartel to take out Michael and his friends, Michael is forced to turn to Jason Bly for help.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Jed
Alejandro Lopez (as Rene Lavan)
Coast Guard Captain
Marina Security Guard
Devon Dassaw ...
Radio Operator
Matt Kelsey ...
Angela Miller ...
Hospital Receptionist


Mike and his team having outsmarted her at every turn, CIA bully Riley 'outsources' stopping them to Alejandro Lopez, a drug baron she meets on his giant yacht. After seeing to Sam's emergency surgery in unwilling plastic surgeon Dr. Jed's villa and, at his insistence, in hospital, doubling as lure, Mike arranged for CSS agent Jason Bly to witness the diabolic alliance himself, but they're spotted and Bly is killed by an undercover Lopez henchman, all evidence is lost in the explosion. Realizing the team can't take on two such formidable adversaries, Mike swims to the yacht for a daring move provoking the Coast Guard to bomb Riley into confession. Written by KGF Vissers

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20 December 2012 (USA)  »

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Michael is at the hospital with Sam as the CIA and the local police arrive. To create a diversion he flees the hospital on a motorbike. As he races around the grounds you can clearly see the tracks left by the motorcycle on the ground where they have attempted a previous take, or a run-through without the cameras rolling. See more »


Sam Axe: [Sam is recovering after getting shot] Hey, Mike. You look worse than me.
Michael Westen: Sam.
[Michael laughs softly]
Michael Westen: Oh, it's good to hear your voice again.
Sam Axe: Christ. Was it that bad?
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Simply Brilliant
22 December 2012 | by (Bangalore,India) – See all my reviews

Most of the times,the season finale and the way things end are usually full of expectations , and directors/story writers fail to deliver.However in Burn notice , there is this consistency of brilliant conclusions and story endings. The two hour finale is simply gripping right from the start ,with a couple of twists and action packed.Sam Axe has done a wonderful job, so have all the other main characters.At that particular moment ,when it seemed like it was the end of a certain character , it was truly jaw dropping.The finale leaves us with an element of curiosity in our minds to expect more in the next season ,this seems to be a new beginning.However this season kills a lot of characters ,which is regrettable and quite saddening to watch. However life moves on , and the show manages to go on without them ,it becomes a crucial necessity for it to move on. A whole new season awaits ,another year,next summer.Loaded with expectations ,hope i am not let down.But the end does leave us with an enigmatic note .

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