Burn Notice Series Finale Tonight

LiddyRules

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That's a thing. And it's happening.
 

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I think I bailed out at season 5. I may have to power through the last seasons one weekend to see how well they were done.
 

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I think I bailed out at season 5. I may have to power through the last seasons one weekend to see how well they were done.
There's an overarching plot featuring the person who really super burned Michael. Then Michael has to do these side missions for idiots in Miami. Then at the end of the season, the evil person was revealed to be a lackey for an even eviler person.

Now you're caught up.

EDIT: Also he combs his hair and puts on a stupid voice, which gains him entry to pretty much any facility in the world. I tain't be soilin' ya with the fibbies guvner! Right O!
 

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There's an overarching plot featuring the person who really super burned Michael. Then Michael has to do these side missions for idiots in Miami. Then at the end of the season, the evil person was revealed to be a lackey for an even eviler person.

Now you're caught up.

EDIT: Also he combs his hair and puts on a stupid voice, which gains him entry to pretty much any facility in the world. I tain't be soilin' ya with the fibbies guvner! Right O!
And now I remember why I bailed. Thank you for the synopsis, I may have to catch the finale episode just to see the man that really, truly, seriously, super seriously burned Mikey boy.
 

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This season was rushed and skipped the good shit that was in earlier seasons, too bad it had to end. One bonus, I do enjoy all the killing now.
 
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I bailed when grandma and forced on the show black guy came along. It struck me as trying to hard to bring in a broader audience then actually making good character choices.
 

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I bailed when grandma and forced on the show black guy came along. It struck me as trying to hard to bring in a broader audience then actually making good character choices.
I guess you never realized that "forced on the show" black guy was just a different version of Victor from season 2.

As for the broader audience thing, the show was renewed for multiple seasons in advanced during the third one. They already a huge audience.
 
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I guess you never realized that "forced on the show" black guy was just a different version of Victor from season 2.

As for the broader audience thing, the show was renewed for multiple seasons in advanced during the third one. They already a huge audience.
I can't even remember who Victor was anymore. Been a while since I watched.
 

Stormrider666

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I can't even remember who Victor was anymore. Been a while since I watched.
He was a burned spy that was working for the same organization that Micheal was. When he was first introduced, he was Micheal's handler/sometime adversary. He was basically just good as Micheal was. But on the last episode he appeared in, they teamed up to take down their superior, the woman who was being played by Tricia Helfer.
 
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He was a burned spy that was working for the same organization that Micheal was. When he was first introduced, he was Micheal's handler/sometime adversary. He was basically just good as Micheal was. But on the last episode he appeared in, they teamed up to take down their superior, the woman who was being played by Tricia Helfer.
Wow, I'm really drawing a blank here. Was he the guy who died on the boat with the C-4 or the older gentleman who would come around from time to time to try and use Micheal?
 

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Wow, I'm really drawing a blank here. Was he the guy who died on the boat with the C-4 or the older gentleman who would come around from time to time to try and use Micheal?
He did die. But I think it was from a gunshot wound. But I also remember there being a boat in the scene.
 
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He did die. But I think it was from a gunshot wound. But I also remember there being a boat in the scene.
Ok, now I remember. He opens the door, gets shot, and Fiona kills the bitch lady with a sniper rifle.
 
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I guess since it's been a day it isn't a spoiler anymore, but Ill stay vague anyway.

If Burn Notice would have ended 4 minutes sooner it would have gone down as a fucking great series finale. Not the happy ending but the perfect ending. But they had to make it shit just like everything else.
 

Stormrider666

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I guess since it's been a day it isn't a spoiler anymore, but Ill stay vague anyway.

If Burn Notice would have ended 4 minutes sooner it would have gone down as a fucking great series finale. Not the happy ending but the perfect ending. But they had to make it shit just like everything else.
I caught the last 10-12 minutes when USA re-aired it at midnight. I saw that happy ending coming from a mile away.