Burn Notice: Season 6, Episode 16

Odd Man Out (13 Dec. 2012)

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Michael gets caught between a smuggler and the client against whom he's seeking revenge.

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Michael's team believes they can flee overseas after fetching counterfeited documents crowning their new identities from hacker Jack Dixon's expert. Alas, master forger James Vanek seizes the opportunity to double the price and settle his long-standing grudge against Calvin Schmidt. Jesse, who was babysitting Madeline, who can't just leave behind her memories and Nate's grave, must be called in as backup when the others are pinned down in a factory by Vanek's goons gang. Written by KGF Vissers

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Michael Westen: [voiceover] In the intelligence world, when an operation demands that you disappear, it's understood that you will disappear entirely. You can't have anything that links you to your former life - no credit history, no communication with friends, and nothing with your old name on it. That's hard enough for an intelligence professional to deal with. For a civilian, it's nearly impossible.
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