The 100th episode of Burn Notice reunites Michael with his friends in Miami and also shows us the pivotal meeting between himself and Fi in Ireland.
Michael is in a dark place at the beginning of the final season of Burn Notice, as the deal he made to get the rest of the gang cleared sent him into deep cover in the Dominican Republic to find an ex-CIA operative who is planning a major terrorist attack.
The Season 6 finale of Burn Notice ends up in some familiar territory with Michael possibly back in the CIA, but the journey there has some tense and exciting sequences, including a game of chicken with the Coast Guard.
The Burn Notice team manages to get their new passports but a disgruntled rival smuggler forces Michael, Sam, Fi and Schmidt into a nearby factory with seemingly no way out.
The group has to try and con one of Schmidt’s clients with a broken remote circuit breaker and stop him from pulling a heist in the latest episode of Burn Notice.
The Burn Notice gang needs to get out of Miami but before they get passports and new IDs, they have to help a local smuggler, Calvin Schmidt (Patton Oswalt), get rid of a Syrian gun runner who is out to kill him.
The Burn Notice team is on the run after Michael’s shooting of Tom Card and they’re pursued by a relentless new antagonist, CIA agent Olivia Riley.
The Burn Notice gang is back for the two hour winter premiere as they first escape from Panama and then must help Fiona’s prison friend, Ayn, free herself of a corrupt cop out to get her.
The Summer Finale of Burn Notice finds the gang heading to Panama to take down Tyler Gray, the man who murdered Nate, but all is not as it seems.
Sam and Jesse investigate the private military company that bought the sniper rifle that killed Nate while Fiona is forced to go undercover to break into a safe by the gang’s least favorite and incompetent CIA agents, Manaro and Bailey.