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      Season 2 – Burn Notice

      2008 Crime Drama List
      94% 16 Reviews Tomatometer 96% 50+ Ratings Audience Score Michael Westen is steamed -- or, more precisely, burned. His career as a spy ends when he gets a "burn notice," the covert equivalent of a pink slip. Stuck in his hometown of Miami, he intends to find out who did this to him and why, although that's not easy to do: With the burn notice attached to his name, he is cut off from his usual contacts and has to fly under the radar of the intelligence network lest he tip off his secret enemy. So it's a good thing he can rely on help from Fiona, his ex-girlfriend and IRA spy, and his friend Sam, also a former spy. Then there's Madeline, Michael's mother, a hypochondriac but probably not a spy. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Jul 11 Buy Now

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      Burn Notice — Season 2

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      Burn Notice's sophomore season marks the welcome addition of Tricia Helfer to the cast, but otherwise continues the predictable -- and thoroughly enjoyable -- formula of its inaugural year.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Jul 10, 2008 Breaking and Entering Michael discovers that he has been recruited by the people who burned him; his new handler wants Michael to help a computer security tech heist data from a private security firm. Details Episode 2 Aired Jul 17, 2008 Turn and Burn Michael helps a female client being stalked by an obsessed cartel soldier by turning the soldier's organization against him. Details Episode 3 Aired Jul 24, 2008 Trust Me To save his client, Michael pretends to be the perfect mark for a con artist, then pulls a scam of his own. Details Episode 4 Aired Jul 31, 2008 Comrades Michael helps a Russian woman whose sister was smuggled into America by gangsters and is being held captive. Details Episode 5 Aired Aug 7, 2008 Scatter Point When his client cannot back out of a crime ring, Michael must join the planning for a jewelry heist and destroy the group from within. Details Episode 6 Aired Aug 14, 2008 Bad Blood In order to catch an embezzler at a hip-hop mogul's charity, Michael must convince the thief to steal a larger amount. Details Episode 7 Aired Aug 21, 2008 Rough Seas To find stolen cargo, Michael must trick a group of modern pirates into committing another heist. Details Episode 8 Aired Sep 11, 2008 Double Booked An associate from Michael's past hires him to assassinate a woman named Jeannie, who is about to become a very rich widow. As Michael investigates, the situation grows more complicated. Details Episode 9 Aired Sep 18, 2008 Good Soldier A ruthless man pressures an assistant manager at an armored car company into providing information that will allow a heist to occur. Details Episode 10 Aired Jan 22, 2009 Do No Harm Having narrowly escaped death, Michael decides to help a desperate father recover money from a medical scam artist; Fiona and Sam pay the price when Michael is under pressure to find the person who tried to kill him. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 29, 2009 Hot Spot Michael, Fiona and Sam pose as a gang of ruthless car thieves to stop a thug who is threatening a local high-school football star; Fiona and Michael track down the man responsible for the explosion at Michael's loft. Details Episode 12 Aired Feb 5, 2009 Seek and Destroy Michael poses as a corporate security specialist to help a wealthy art dealer track down a hacker within the company. Details Episode 13 Aired Feb 12, 2009 Bad Breaks A federal agent with a knack for giving Michael trouble returns to Miami to force Michael to hand over blackmail materials; the two enemies must work together during a bank robbery. Details Episode 14 Aired Feb 19, 2009 Truth and Reconciliation Michael takes on a sympathy case for a Haitian man whose daughter was murdered by a corrupt government official he believes is hiding in Miami; Michael gets closer to tracking down the person who tried to kill him. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 26, 2009 Sins of Omission A mysterious woman from Michael's past appears at his loft with a plea to help retrieve her kidnapped son from a black-market trader; Michael tries to befriend a rogue burned agent. Details Episode 16 Aired Mar 5, 2009 Lesser Evil After capturing Victor, Michael gets to know his motivation and his connection to Carla; When the truth about Carla's organization is revealed, everyone is put in danger. Details Next
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      Previous Heather Havrilesky Salon.com Like a smarter, funnier, modern-day version of The A Team. Jul 3, 2019 Full Review Nancy Franklin New Yorker [Bruce Campbell's] suburban-dad looks have given way to a warm, scruffy bearishness, and he ambles through Burn Notice as if he were having the time of his life. Dec 7, 2018 Full Review Aubry D'Arminio Entertainment Weekly Finally, the plot was about Michael's bad side. May 7, 2018 Full Review J.M. Suarez PopMatters Not only an entertaining blend of action and drama, but also contains a wonderful sense of humor. 7/10 Dec 7, 2018 Full Review Kevin Carr 7M Pictures While the first season had a bit of a rocky start as they smoothed out the problems in the pilot, the second season has really taken off. 4/5 Dec 7, 2018 Full Review Matt Goldberg Collider It's got great performances (especially from Donovan who should be fielding offers to lead movies at this point), brilliant writing, and rewards both causal and faithful viewing. Aug 22, 2017 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous Kevin M Better than season one and season 1 was great Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/04/22 Full Review Audience Member Try as I might I just couldn't stick with this show by the end of S2. I know I'm in the minority here but I just found it incredibly vanilla and boring, following the same well-worn formula it has been using since S1. It had its moments of course, but it still didn't come across as anything special, but more like the same Jack popping out of the same Box time again, and with diminishing returns in terms of surprises and good writing. This show isn't just burnt it's toast, with its scripts in great need of being cremated! Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Gets a little ridiculous. Car accidents, shooting up Miami in front of witness, no citizens IDs anyone. They would all be either dead or in jail by now. Houses getting blown up. Lol. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Michael Westen's hunt for the people who burned him heats up in Season 2 of Burn Notice. In an effort to get his life back Michael goes to work for the people who burned him, but secretly he gathers intel on their organization in order to get out from under their control. Tricia Helfer joins the cast as a recurring character and serves as an excellent villain for Michael to match wits with. Also, several interesting guest stars make appearances, including Oded Fehr, Tim Matheson, MC Gainey, and Dina Meyer. Additionally, the writers do a good job at coming up with new cons for Michael and his crew to pull off, while also teasing the larger conspiracy that he's involved in. And, the action sequences are especially well-done and add a lot of energy and excitement to the show. Incredibly strong, Burn Notice delivering a fun and thrilling second season. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review waleed a zalama. beastly mid-season finale and season finale. (2 viewings) Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review donald g Season 2 is where the series hits is stride, and there is a big-budget finale reminiscent of a James Bond film. I thoroughly enjoyed this whole series but the prime years were seasons 1-5, a mixture of james bond, austin powers, and "The Sting" (about con men), this series has it all. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Mikkel Bondesen
      Network
      USA
      Rating
      TV-14 (V)
      Genre
      Crime, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Jul 10, 2008
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