Burn Notice (2007–2013)
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Sam tries to help his girlfriend's son, who is indebted to a vicious loan shark. Michael and Fiona must pick up the pieces from their last mission.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeffrey Donovan ... Michael Westen
Gabrielle Anwar ... Fiona Glenanne
Coby Bell ... Jesse Porter
Bruce Campbell ... Sam Axe
Sharon Gless ... Madeline Westen
Kristanna Loken ... Rebecca Lang
Jennifer Taylor ... Elsa
Brando Eaton ... Evan
Richard Burgi ... Morris
Eric Bivens-Bush Eric Bivens-Bush ... KC
Greg Pitts ... Warrick
Seth Peterson ... Nate Westen
Juan Santos ... Bobby
Michael Gordon ... Jimmy
Martin Amado Martin Amado ... Hotel Employee


Sam commandeers Jesse to help recuperate his girlfriend's jewelry from rascal son Evan, whom they find blackmailed for gambling debts by loan shark Morris to steal a truck from a drug baron. When they help do so, they discover it's a fully stocked drug lab, and both gangs are after them. To rescue them, Mike interrupts the chase for Nate and Andon's killers, trough document forger Bobby, only to find wounded Rebecca, who escaped after a firefight there, on his own door step. Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

2 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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Fabrik Entertainment See more »
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New format continues with long awaited introduction of Elsa, Sam's long term girlfriend
14 August 2012 | by rrjmdpaSee all my reviews

What a treat it was to finally meet Sam's long-term girlfriend Elsa (at least the longest we know about) and even her spoiled-brat son Evan. We can instantly understand why the relationship clicks. A "closet" adventurous spirit because of her highly-focused business sense and accomplishments, Sam is just the kind of guy she would be attracted to. And being a "broke-no-nonsense," "get things done," tough-minded gal who admires Sam's experience and common sense, she is the kind of gal Sam can respect enough to really like. Understanding Evan isn't difficult either, given what we know about his parent's success and "driven" nature.

With no substantial leads on Nate's killer yet, it gave Sam enough space to help Elsa with Evan's "behavioral problem." Unfortunately, it was more than just his behavior - way more - and ended up showcasing both Sam's and Jesse's skills (and eventually Mike's) just to keep them all alive. Perhaps the most telling event of all was the novel approach Sam came up with for "family counseling." Rebecca had disappeared; so Mike and Fiona dogged her trail until what just may be the most novel ending a "bad guy" who he was chasing has ever shown on the series.

Mike is clearly shaken and affected by Nate's death. His whole family (what's left of it) is. Madeline isn't even returning his phone calls. As would be expected, he has become much more serious (if that were possible) and cautious - should we say "normal" - in his relationships with his team, especially Fiona. Fiona has matured and, although still largely driven by her OWN desires, is much less of a nagging shrew - whew, finally! We know the stages of grief, we know Michael is going through it, we know that it alone could provide hundreds of pages full of "soap-box-drama" screenplay... AND we are mightily grateful that, for once, The BN writers aren't inflicting that on us. What a great season so far! It's hard to believe that it's almost over.

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