Burn Notice (season 6)

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Burn Notice season 6
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Region 1 DVD cover artwork with the tagline "Trouble in paradise."
Country of origin  United States
No. of episodes 18
Broadcast
Original channel USA Network
Original run June 14, 2012 (2012-06-14) – December 20, 2012 (2012-12-20)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 June 11, 2013 (2013-06-11)[1]
Region 4 December 11, 2013 (2013-12-11)[2]
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List of Burn Notice episodes

The sixth season of the American television spy drama Burn Notice premiered on June 14, 2012 on the cable television channel USA Network.

Cast[edit]

John C. McGinley appeared in six episodes as Tom Card, Michael's original CIA trainer.[3] Taryn Manning appeared in one episode as one of Fiona's fellow prisoners.[3] Jere Burns and Kristanna Loken returned to the series for multiple episodes as Anson Fullerton and Rebecca Lang, respectively.[4] Lauren Stamile and Alex Carter also returned to the series as Dani Pearce and Jason Bly, respectively.[5] Faran Tahir appeared in the third episode as Ahmed, a ruthless Lebanese agent.[6] William Mapother appeared in the sixth episode as Garret Hartley, a mercenary hired to kill Barry (Paul Tei).[7] Richard Burgi appeared in the seventh episode as a villain who has targeted Evan (Brando Eaton), the troubled son of Sam's new sugar momma, Elsa (played by Jennifer Bini Taylor).[8] Angélica Celaya guest starred in the ninth episode of the season as Angela Flores, a woman whose boyfriend is accused of illegally trading weapons on the black market.[9] Chad Coleman appeared in the tenth episode as Brady Pressman, a CIA operative who, after failing in his mission to capture Anson alive, hopes to set things right.[9] Also appearing in the tenth-to-twelfth episodes was Kenny Johnson as Tyler Gray, the trigger man behind the death of Michael's brother.

Patton Oswalt and Sonja Sohn each had guest appearances during the winter season. Oswalt appeared in episodes 14-16 as Calvin Schmidt, a smuggler whom the team contacts for help in escaping the country. Sohn plays Olivia Riley, a high-level CIA director who “literally [wrote] the book on counter-intel training and procedures", and she appeared on a recurring basis beginning with the thirteenth episode.[10]

Production[edit]

A sixth season, consisting of 18 episodes, was ordered by USA Network on April 16, 2010.[11] This announcement came just over a month after the fourth season had completed airing. The season began in summer 2012.[12][13] Jeffrey Donovan stated in a pre-season interview that one of the show's long-standing characters will die during this season.[14]

Matt Nix wrote the first episode of the season, his twentieth credit for the series. The episode was directed by Stephen Surjik; it was his seventh directing credit for Burn Notice. Series star Jeffrey Donovan directed one episode as well, his second of the series and first since season 4.

Episodes[edit]

In the following table, "U.S. viewers in millions" refers to the number of Americans who viewed the episode on the day of original broadcast.

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
81 1 "Scorched Earth" Stephen Surjik Matt Nix June 14, 2012 (2012-06-14) BN601 3.87[15]
Michael looks all over Miami for Anson, but does not have very much time to find him. An old nemesis, Agent Bly (Alex Carter), interrogates Fiona after she is arrested. Bly tries to get Fiona to give up information on Michael's involvement by saying he died in a truck explosion. Fiona sees through the deception and stays with her story that she acted alone at the British consulate. Michael, Sam and Pearce corner Anson at a chemical plant. As Michael is about to bring him in, Anson reveals a dead-man switch that will trigger a bomb in the plant, and Michael allows him to escape. Michael warns the others, who make for the exits. Pearce and a colleague make it out in time, but Sam stays behind to free a hostage that Anson had chained to a pole. After the plant explodes, several seconds pass before it is revealed that Sam and the hostage got out alive. Meanwhile, Jesse and Madeline deal with a paranoid Army Ranger patient of Anson's, whom the latter sent to Madeline's home in order to buy time. Pearce alerts every major agency about Anson, putting him on every watchlist.
82 2 "Mixed Messages" Jeffrey Donovan Alfredo Barrios, Jr. June 21, 2012 (2012-06-21) BN602 4.09[16]
To gain visitation rights, Michael offers his services to the CIA Agent who trained him personally: Tom Card (John C. McGinley). Michael and Jesse initially intend to team up, selling a cover as corrupt DEA Agents wanting a piece of the action of a cartel with the ultimate goal of moving the drug shipment. But Michael notices that Montero (Anthony Ruivivar), the second-in-command of the cartel, is represented by a lawyer that would recognize Michael from a previous encounter, forcing Jesse to do the job alone with only outside help from Michael, Sam and Card. In the end, Jesse gets the second-in-command to become a cooperating witness and ring in a major bust. This huge a victory allows Michael to see Fiona. While the others take down the cartel, a fellow incarceree gang leader goes after Fiona because she disrespected her. Fiona fights and overpowers the cellblock queen known as "D.B." during a fire in a cell, earning respect in prison. Afterwards, Fiona is washing dishes with a new friend. This friendship is shortlived as she tries to drown Fiona, but fails. Fiona learns that the girl was ordered to kill Fiona, or the girl's sister would die. Meanwhile, Michael's brother Nate (Seth Peterson) returns to Miami, stating that his marriage has fallen apart.
83 3 "Last Rites" Nick Gomez Ben Watkins June 28, 2012 (2012-06-28) BN603 4.11[17]
Having learned that she has been targeted for murder, Fiona attempts to learn her would-be assassin's name. She befriends Ayn, who supplies black market goods to the prisoners. Ayn wants Fiona to arrange for the guards to be locked out of the cell block in order to knock her new competitor out of commission. Fiona does so after creating a makeshift explosive device. Meanwhile, Pearce gets Michael's team to help her take down the man who killed her fiancé years ago. The man, CIA asset Ahmed Damour (Faran Tahir), has a hard drive full of valuable information that protects him. Michael, Jesse and Pearce accompany Ahmed on his vacation cruise, dose him with a drug that replicates the symptoms of meningitis, and quarantine him. Sam, Maddie and Nate go to Ahmed's home impersonating a medical team, to convince Ahmed's son Sharif that he is in danger of infection. They eventually recover the hard drive, rendering Ahmed expendable. Michael visits Fiona in prison, where he learns the name of a guard who is part of a plot to kill her.
84 4 "Under the Gun" Dennie Gordon Michael Horowitz July 12, 2012 (2012-07-12) BN604 4.44[18]
Michael, Sam and Jesse head to the Everglades to track the guard trying to kill Fiona in prison, but find the man dead at the hands of Rebecca (Kristanna Loken), the burned CIA agent now on Anson's payroll. Rebecca takes Sam as a hostage, forcing Sam to creatively get a message back to Michael and Jesse, who eventually rescue him. In the end, Rebecca reveals she has only been following Anson's orders to keep her brother alive, and she becomes an ally for the team. Meanwhile in prison, Fiona has to do another favor for Ayn in order to get two inmates who are trying to have her thrown into solitary confinement. This involves retrieving a special package on the outside for Ayn, but with Michael and the team gone, Fiona can only call on Maddie.
85 5 "Split Decision" Scott Peters Ryan Johnson & Peter Lalayanis July 19, 2012 (2012-07-19) BN605 4.97[19]
Tom Card offers Fiona a deal to become a CIA asset, which will get her out of prison and protect her from extradition, in exchange for helping the Agency bring down her old arms dealer, Greyson Miller (Wayne LeGette). Before he can carry out Card's mission, Michael must first protect Rebecca's criminal brother, Trent, from a mob boss (Rick D. Wasserman) who believes Trent is responsible for his father dying in prison. Through an elaborate ruse, Michael manages to convince the mobster that Trent is not the one who sold his father out. Finally, Michael meets with Greyson, who is then captured. However, Fiona remains jailed until Anson is found. Rebecca reveals that she knows where Anson will be in the future.
86 6 "Shock Wave" Renny Harlin Jason Tracey July 26, 2012 (2012-07-26) BN606 4.86[20]
Fiona is about to get released from prison but an agent from MI6 tries to prevent that from happening. Sam and Barry get trapped in a house on the beach. Despite Barry suffering multiple gun wounds, Barry and Sam escaped the beach house alive. Michael, Jessie, Pierce, and Nate traveled to Atlantic City to capture Anson. Michael and his team staked out in a motel room and Nate almost blew their cover twice. Michael, in anger, tells Nate to leave Atlantic City so he would no longer be a distraction from the team. Nate, now separated from the group, sadly prepared to leave Atlantic City when he received a call from Michael saying that Nate was closer (in distance) from Anson as the rest of the team. Nate in response, located Anson, confronted him, and incapacitated him. Nate then proceeded to hold Anson at gun point (while standing behind Anson) and took him outside. Michael, Jessie, Pierce and the rest of their team then showed up on the scene and prepared to arrest Anson. Michael, Jessie, and Pierce began to walk towards Anson and Nate when an unknown assailant fired one bullet from a sniper rifle at Anson's chest. The bullet penetrated through Anson's chest and went straight into Nate's body. Anson is killed instantly while Nate died moments later in Michael's arms as Pierce, Jessie, and several pedestrians who heard the gunshot looked on. Michael returned to Miami where he informed Madeline about Nate's death, who immediately broke down in tears. Fiona is released from prison and Michael tells her that he needs her more than ever.
87 7 "Reunion" Craig Siebels Rashad Raisani August 2, 2012 (2012-08-02) BN607 4.32[21]
Sam agrees to help Evan (Brando Eaton), the son of his girlfriend Elsa (Jennifer Bini Taylor), when he falls into trouble with a ruthless loan shark (Richard Burgi). Meanwhile, Michael and Fiona reconnect as they search for the person whom Michael believes sabotaged his last mission, and they discover that Rebecca has gone on the run. But with Michael hell-bent on avenging Nate's death, he must look past his emotions to get to the truth.
88 8 "Unchained" Alfredo Barrios, Jr. Alfredo Barrios, Jr. August 9, 2012 (2012-08-09) BN608 4.04[22]
Teaming up with Sam and Fiona, Michael intentionally gets arrested in order to help an FBI agent take down a vicious Boston mobster, in exchange for which Michael receives sealed FBI information on Nate's death. Jesse and Pearce follow up on the gun sale that put the weapon in the hands of Nate's murderer, but run into danger. Having circumvented CIA procedures in this operation, which includes using blackmail, Pearce gets reassigned to Mumbai and has to bid farewell to Michael and the team.
89 9 "Official Business" Jonathan Frakes Bridget Tyler August 16, 2012 (2012-08-16) BN609 4.36[23]
In her first assignment as an official CIA asset, Fiona has to break into a heavily guarded safe to help out another CIA asset who has been investigating a businessman with possible black market connections. Meanwhile, to track the sniper who killed Nate, Jesse and Sam pose as clients to a security firm that trains an army of mercenaries. It turns out the man they are looking for was training "off the books." However, the sniper kills the security firm's boss after he gives Michael a name: Tyler Gray.
90 10 "Desperate Times" Renny Harlin Craig O'Neill August 23, 2012 (2012-08-23) BN610 4.96[24]
The team tracks Tyler Gray (Kenny Johnson) to Panama, where they meet up with Brady Pressman (Chad Coleman), the CIA agent who was in charge of the botched attempt to capture Anson Fullerton. The group fights through Gray's hired guns to bring him to justice for Nate's murder. Meanwhile, Madeline confronts Tom Card and blackmails him into showing her the file for the operation that got Nate killed. Gray is later captured alive by Michael, but reveals that Card set up the entire operation to be a suicide mission for Michael and the team. With Brady sacrificing himself, the team narrowly escapes an F-18 sent to kill them. Card is told that everything has been "taken care of" and believes everyone involved to be dead. The group is left stuck in Panama, out of resources, and wondering what their next move should be.
91 11 "Desperate Measures" Stephen Surjik Michael Horowitz November 8, 2012 (2012-11-08) BN611 3.47[25]
To get out of Panama, the team must hijack a plane, which puts them in the crosshairs of a vicious drug runner. Michael is forced to trust Tyler Gray, the man who shot Nate, in order to escape. Meanwhile, to hide the flight from Card and the FAA, Michael contacts Madeline and asks her to seek the help of a computer hacker.
92 12 "Means & Ends" Ron Underwood Jason Tracey November 8, 2012 (2012-11-08) BN612 3.47[25]
While trying to hide from Card, Fiona and Sam agree to help Ayn, Fi's old prison mate, when she reveals she is the target of a dirty cop. Meanwhile, after Gray convinces Card that Michael and the team have been eliminated, Card asks him to dig up any info Michael may have had on the Anson operation and then torch Michael's loft. This allows Michael to feed misleading information to Card, before eventually confronting him. After a fierce confrontation, Card shoots Gray in the chest in front of Michael, killing him. Card manages to talk Michael into lowering his weapon, hinting that Michael can carry on the operations that Anson and Gray were involved in. Card then says to Michael, "I'm proud of you son," which is what Card had previously said to Michael and Gray when he was deceiving them. In response, Michael shoots Card in the head and Card falls to the floor, dead.
93 13 "Over the Line" Marc Roskin Ben Watkins November 15, 2012 (2012-11-15) BN613 3.17[26]
Having killed Tom Card and with CIA agents surrounding the building, Michael manages an uneasy escape. Sam remains behind, hoping to divert the task force and buy Michael time to escape. He plans to leave in the confusion but is recognized and arrested by the head of the task force, Agent Olivia Riley (Sonja Sohn). Michael, Fiona and Jesse go on the run and, after evading the road blocks and pursuit vehicles they reach their storage shed to resupply. They set up an ambush to rescue Sam, and eventually succeed, also taking Riley as a hostage. Michael explains to Riley what really happened—how Card had used Anson and Gray for unauthorized operations around the world, and was planning to do the same with him. He then releases Riley, despite Riley saying she still considers Michael a murderer and threatening to hunt the team down. Michael then visits his mother who decides to remain in Miami, even after Michael warns her that the CIA will come for her.
94 14 "Down & Out" Henry Bronchtein Story by: Daniel Tuch
Teleplay by: Daniel Tuch & Matt Nix
November 29, 2012 (2012-11-29) BN614 3.14[27]
As Michael suspected, Riley and the CIA attempt to go through Madeline to locate his whereabouts; after Sam realizes the team's hideout has been discovered, he tries to make a deal with smuggler Colin Schmidt (Patton Oswalt), who promises he can get them out of the country undetected. But in order to get Schmidt's help, Michael has to allow himself to be captured by a Syrian intelligence officer who has a grudge against Schmidt. Sam is angry at Michael for causing him to abandon his girlfriend, Elsa, and he considers staying in Miami rather than flee the country with Michael.
95 15 "Best Laid Plans" Nick Gomez Rashad Raisani December 6, 2012 (2012-12-06) BN615 3.16[28]
Sam visits Elsa, who talks him into escaping with the team, despite knowing that she will be interrogated by the CIA. Schmidt says he can still get foolproof passports for the team, but learns from his supplier that the price has gone way up. This forces the team to recover a high-tech alarm-disarming gadget that Schmidt says he can instantly sell to a client named Thorne for $1 million. The recovery doesn't go smoothly, and the device is shot up in the team's escape, forcing them to make convincing-but-cosmetic repairs and try to sell it anyway. Meanwhile, Michael needs to deceive Agent Riley as to the team's true escape plans, so he has Maddie meet with Barry Burkowski to give him information on making bogus money transfers. Barry is arrested by Riley's men and Maddie tells Michael that she will be arrested too. Michael tells Maddie to escape the country with him.
96 16 "Odd Man Out" Marc Roskin Ryan Johnson & Peter Lalayanis December 13, 2012 (2012-12-13) BN616 2.86[29]
The team gets its needed passports, but the necessary microchip implants have to be supplied by a rival smuggler, Vanek, who wants revenge against Schmidt for costing him millions in a past deal. Michael, Schmidt, Fiona and Sam seek refuge in an abandoned warehouse when Vanek's team comes gunning for Schmidt. Survival becomes a challenge, with supplies running low and the exits blocked, so Michael has to do some improvising to salvage the situation. Meanwhile, Jesse is trying to protect Maddie, but she insists on going to visit Nate's grave one more time before leaving the country. After visiting Nate's grave one last time, Michael uncovers a message in a bundle of flowers at the grave from "A Friend", which provides a phone number if Michael needs help.
97 17 "You Can Run" Nick Gomez Craig O'Neill December 20, 2012 (2012-12-20) BN617 3.78[30]
Michael has agreed to meet Agent Bly ("a friend"), who says he now has evidence of Card's transgressions, and offers a deal. Michael doesn't like the deal, and instead chooses to make a last-ditch effort to get himself and his team out of the country. This is thwarted when Riley and a CIA team track Michael, Sam and Jesse to their rendezvous point. In the melee, Jesse is captured and Sam is shot. Michael escapes with an incapacitated agent and a badly wounded Sam. They call on Fiona's EMT ex-boyfriend, who reluctantly helps patch up Sam, but tells them that Sam needs proper surgery as soon as possible. Meanwhile, Jesse is being beaten and interrogated by Riley's team, to no avail. Back at the house, Michael leaves his captive alone in a room, knowing he'll try to fashion a phone to contact Riley. When he does, Michael and Fiona are able to trace the call and get the location of the building where Jesse is being held. After nerve-gassing the building, Michael manages to get Jesse out. Despite the best efforts of Fiona's EMT friend, Sam is getting worse. Fiona reveals that she knows a recently unlicensed doctor that could perform emergency surgery on Sam. Michael, Sam and Jesse get in a car, and Fiona proceeds to drive at high speed to the doctor's house. As Fiona is driving them, a rapidly fading Sam tells Michael to make sure "this isn't for nothing." When Michael replies by saying Sam's name, Sam doesn't respond.
98 18 "Game Change" Matt Nix Matt Nix December 20, 2012 (2012-12-20) BN618 3.78[30]
The team takes Sam to the home of a recently unlicensed doctor, who is none too pleased but manages to save Sam. As the team spends the night at the doctor's house, assassins sent by Riley storm the home. After the team thwarts the raid, Michael identifies the assassins as members of a drug cartel with a vendetta against him resulting from a previous CIA mission. Michael contacts Bly to tail Riley to a meeting with the cartel kingpin at a marina. However, a cartel member (disguised as marina security) blows up Bly's car, killing him and destroying the evidence they collected on Riley. Michael desperately boards the cartel leader's yacht, incapacitates the leader, and tells Riley at gunpoint that approaching Coast Guard vessels are there because he called them. Riley agrees to confess after the Coast Guard threatens to sink their ship. Later, Fiona, Madeline, Sam and Jesse are released from their prison cells and meet with a sharply dressed Michael, who is giving out orders to other agents. Michael reveals he made a deal to get them all freed, saying, "I did what I had to do." However, Fiona turns away disgustedly, reminding him of his promise to quit when this was all over, and telling him "you did what you wanted to do". A close up on Michael's eyes show a look of conflict as the season comes to an end.

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