Burn Notice Quotes
Michael: Fi, I know you didn't want to do. I know this job was forced on but you were great.
Fiona: Working together was never our problem.
Michael: You know one day this stuff with Sonya, the CIA all of it, it will be over.
Fiona: Michael it's already over.
Fiona: Barry, I heard about your ex, sorry things didn't work out.
Barry: So am I. you know the crazy thing is, right before I went to jail I was going to get Trisha a ring. I thought she was on the one. I never got around doing it. You miss your moment and it's gone.
Michael: What about my chair?
Jack: You're what?
Fiona: Mark does his best work in an Aeron chair.
Michael: And I'm going to need plenty of yogurt in the fridge - blueberry.
Fiona: Lots of it.
Well that was exciting. Don't eat the fish.Michael
Fiona: Carlos until I deal with my past, I can't be with you. And I really want to be with you. Please tell me you understand.
Carlos: No, don't understand. But I trust you. So if you say this is what you have to do then ok, I'm with you.
Sonya: I realized you only kill when it's absolutely necessary. See after a while I could look at a diagram of operations pretend who you'd let live.
Michael: So your theory was that I'm noble.
Sonya: Or just weak.
Fiona: [on the phone with Madeline] It will be for a couple of weeks. Will you and Charlie be ok?
Madeline: I'll be ok Fiona, as long as you are here for his Birthday, we are doing dinosaurs and trains.
Michael: We found the man who sold you to the Russians. Then we came after you.
Sonya: You keep saying "we" but I don't see Randall.
Michael: He didn't make it out. He sacrificed himself to save you. He's gone I'm sorry.
Sonya: He's dead? How convent for you, isn't it?
Ivan: I don't understand. Why are you doing this?
Madeline: It's hard to explain. Let's just say we like the idea of a spy getting a chance to start over.
Sam: I think I tore a ligament or something on top of that stupid bus.
Jesse: God, will you stop complaining about it.
Sam: I'm not complaining; it just hurts.
Jesse: Right, that's called complaining. That's what complaining is.
Michael: Fi, I need your help.
Fiona: Michael, I have spent the last year trying to put my life back together. What was left of it. Now things are good. I can't drop everything when you call. Not anymore.
Michael: You're right. I'm sorry. I made a promise that things were going to change and then I broke that promise. I'm glad you have that now.
Fiona: What do you need?
Burke: She's going to be in a holding cell somewhere in that building.
Jesse: Who is she?
Burke: She's a girl in a holding cell somewhere inside the building, that's all you need to know.