An old prison associate of fiona calls in a favor roping sam and jesse into a very dangerous game of cat and mouse with a drug kingpin and a very angry cop. Maddie confronts Gabriel about killing nate, michael continues to push Card who makes a desperate play to tie up some loose ends. Just when you thihk you have things figured out - your wrong.
I went back and forth numerous times between liking and disliking this episode. Things did pick up significantly from the first part of the doubleheader, regardless. Mike and company have turned Gray into a solid asset and are using him to get closer to Card, while Mike has to come to terms with some tough emotional issues. A client of the week plot was also shoehorned in (most of the time I spent disliking this episode was when this story was at the forefront).
It was nice to see Ayn again (Matt Nix said that we would), but that story was very poorly timed. Plain and simple, I did not care. Card was the only relevant issue in this episode, and I doubt I'm the only one that feels that way. That cop was extremely annoying, almost as much as Jesse's gangster routine. I was wondering when Burn Notice would finally acknowledge the fact that he's black. They made it through 46 whole episodes without having to go there, not bad.
The rest of the show more than made up for it however. First, Mike had to go through the ordeal of burning down his loft (Card's orders to Gray). I'm sad to see that place go, in a way the loft was the heart of the show. I'm sure they can get by without it, the show has been gravitating away from the loft more and more since the Anson saga, but it'll be weird to see the team holding their rendezvous elsewhere. On top of that, we get news that Maddy is leaving Miami. I wouldn't mind her being gone the rest of the season, her only role in the show is to slow episodes down to a halt, very rarely every coming in handy. But wow, Matt Nix wasn't kidding when he said that Mike would go through the emotional ringer in these next 8 episodes.
Finally, the episode climaxes with the culmination of Mike's cat and mouse game with Card. He sees that Card is getting ready to step on Gray's neck, so he bursts in and takes action before Card's team can get organized. Of course it doesn't really matter, Card kills Gray then makes his case for Mike and him to work together once again. Mike puts his head down and lowers his gun, before bringing it right back up and putting a bullet between Card's eyes. Thank god. I was worried that Mike was going to go soft again, but he does the right thing for the show and his peace of mind, and gives Card what he deserves... and from the looks of next week's episode, opens a whole new vortex of problems.
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