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SES! Your theory is perfect! That Anson planted the bomb to get to Fi because it's clear he knows the best way to get to Fi and Mike is to get them to try and defend each other. The most mindblowing part was Maddy going to a therapist about Mike's dad - maybe Mike's father was a spook and that's why he had anger issues? I hope they talk more about Mike's dad and maybe they're laying out the foundation because they've brought him up more than usual. I can't believe Maddy saw a therapist and what if somehow she was in therapy for being a wife of a spook or so. They've never really gone into what Mike's father did. I hope Fi learns she didn't kill those people at all because I don't think her blast did it and it's only a matter of time before Mike and Fiona uncover the truth. And its definitely only a matter of time before Pierce finds out! My heart was racing the entire time!
One of the worst episodes ever. This show has gone stale. So predictable that another person would show up as 'the real person who burned Michael'. Getting old.
Burn Notice has Jumped The Shark.
So I wondring did Michael Dad work for the CIA and his mother knew and that why she went to see a therapist
@ FG Best ever? Imho that still goes to "long way back" when Mike had to shoot Strickler to save Fiona (s3 finale I think)
@ Jim....I am wrong for now about Raines, but that could still change....
Personally I hope Dead Larry finally lives up to his name because his character is played out. Sam should have smoked him when he had the chance last year.
I see Michael battling Anson without CIA assistance. Some people never learn, haha, but I'm hoping that it does turn into another Carla s2 storyline.
Overall a very satisfying eoiside. I am very curious how it did in the ratings against the NFL.
I apologize for writing such long reviews, but I just have to ask.
Whats this about Frank being involved in all this? He ruined Michaels childhood, and now we find out that he had something to do with him being burned? Or something along those lines. And Madelines therapist?
Now THATS what I'm excited about.
Yowza, best ever! Even with all the bad stuff happening. All characters had amazing roles in this episode!
Michael, well, he's the main, but he did a good job of it all. Can't believe Larry got him to crack under pressure, and say that he was just like him. I wish they went a little more on that. I loved the way he grabbed Anson by his shirt and held him up. Sweet taste of Michael badassness. Sam was just so funny, "I'm sorry sir, I know its Sam Siesta Time..." LOL and he was overall great. Jesse's mad driving skills, man, I wish he was more involved in this, like in the last season's summer finale. Madeline, with her inspiring/helpful/motherly advice, which Michael tends not to follow. Pearce was more assertive, and her character finally "emerged" totally. That anger was just...wow.
And Fiona...(I saved my best perception of character for last)...
There was so much going through my mind with her. That small moment with her and Michael was sweet :) Nicely done. She was angry, she wa
I think Anson blew up the guards. He waited for Fiona's well positioned bomb to go off and then detonated the ones he had placed. Most modern day explosive devices don't usually detonate without a specific trigger being pushed. He wanted Fi to feel guilty so she'd "confess" and then he'd have the ammunition to get Michael to do his bidding. I think he took out the first floor and captured Fi on the roof with hidden cameras. She didn't need to actually kill those men because, as the title suggests, he's got her dead to rights regardless of guilt. And as someone pointed out over in USA's Burn Notice forum, Anson was extremely clever to use the name of Fiona's dead sister Claire for his "wife". He certainly is very good at what he does.
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