Michael and Fi must use their Boston accents to try and find a fugitive mob boss in Miami for the FBI in exchange for the file on Nate’s murder on this week’s Burn Notice.
On this week’s Burn Notice, someone…will…die.
Michael has to multi-task on this week’s Burn Notice as he has to throw off the man threatening Rebecca’s (Kristana Loken) brother and get Fi’s arms dealer arrested by the CIA to prove she’s a valuable asset to Tom Card (John C McGinley)
Michael and Jesse have to chase down Anson’s top new recruit, dirty CIA agent Rebecca (Kristanna Loken) through the Everglades after she kidnaps Sam while Fiona is targeted in prison by a pair of vicious contract killers.
All hands are on deck as Pearce asks Michael to help her finally get the man who murdered her fiance, helpfully supplied by Anson, while Fi meets the prison’s “I can get anything” smuggler and makes a deal to find out who’s trying to kill her.
Fi has to survive a maximum security woman’s prison while Michael agrees to help his old training officer, Tom Card, with an operation in Miami to stop a drug cartel in exchange for a chance to visit Fi.
Burn Notice is back for it’s sixth season and Everything Action will be here every week with our new recap feature, When You’re A Spy. For the season premiere, Michael is on the warpath and drags Sam with him in a chase after Anson to try and save Fiona after she surrenders to the FBI for bombing the British consulate.
Burn Notice is back this Thursday and Up to Speed is back to catch you up on everything you need to know about what Michael Westen was up to in Season 5 before you jump into Season 6.
With the latest recurring villain, Anson Fullerton, on the mid-season premiere of Burn Notice this week, we thought we’d take a look back at the other characters who have been frequent thorns in the side of Michael Westen and co.