On tonight's episode of Burn Notice - "Question and Answer" - Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) will realize that his decision to call off management at the end of last season is one risky move, as he becomes instantly visible to just about anyone who may have a grudge against him. Judging from last week's season premiere, the Miami police seem to be the least of Michael's concerns.
He then faces a new foe in the person of Detective Paxon (Moon Bloodgood), who has tracked down explosives he'd been hiding in a storage facility. On the side, Michael and the team must rescue a kidnapped child by using reverse interrogation. So while he realizes that he is no longer under the thumb of anyone, he's also not under their protection.
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We previously reported that this third season of USA Network's Burn Notice
will focus on the murky pasts of Michael, Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar), and Sam (Bruce Campbell). Bloodgood, meanwhile, 33, is best known for her role as Lt. Blair Williams in the film Terminator Salvation
alongside Christian Bale, which is currently showing in cinemas. On television, she was a regular on the single-season procedural Daybreak
, and as Livia Beale on the NBC sci-fi drama Journeyman
Last week's premiere - "Friends and Family" - was seen by 6 million people, according to preliminary ratings. We saw Michael swimming to shore after jumping out of the helicopter in the season 2 finale. A quick chase ensued, and he ended up in a motel where he called Fiona to find out that someone had stopped protecting his name, resulting in numerous warrants out for him. He then decided to cooperate and was arrested. In jail, he was visited by Sam, who told him that he was no longer hidden from the police system. He was bailed out by an old friend Harlan, who then sought his help for a girl he met down south.
- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: USA Network
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