Burn Notice

Season 4 Episode 5

Neighborhood Watch

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Jul 01, 2010 on USA
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Episode Summary

Michael tries to find out about Kendra's agenda, while a doctor named Lauren asks him for help when her boyfriend's clinic is targeted by drug dealers.

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    Burn Notice is the summer show and it continues to be the best show on television this summer.

    The episode had all the elements we have come to expect from this show: a plethora of action, some comedy, and just a fun storyline from start to finish. We even got to see Sam Axe get in on the fighting, which definitely was a bit ridiculous, but still highly entertaining.

    I still do not like Jesse, but Kendra is a great villain and I hope that next week is not the end of her. Burn Notice always finds these great female villains they just need to focus on finding good male villains.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Featured Music:
      "Noche Tequilucha" by The Green Car Motel (Opening scenes)
      "Car Jack" by Danny Saber (Michael and Sam trap Kendra)
      "In D Cop Rock" by Dave Bateman, Shane Drasin, Kurt Farquhar (Kendra escapes)
      "Across The Map" by Chali 2na (At the clinic)
      "FTOM Stink Eye" by Sunspot (Surveillance)
      "Universal Blackness" by Brightside Darkside (Jesse follows the dealer)
      "Give It To Me" by Clippers (Sugar joins Sam)
      "Beat 50-All The Same" by Rob The Viking (Michael meets Culter)
      "MDV- This Little Thing" by Talia Coles (Michael meets Culter)
      "Sacred" by Mark Blasquez (Jesse escapes)
      "Giant Steps" by Threshold (The "parents" watch)
      "Shut Up Already" by Bartock-Weinrich (Michael meets Kendra)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Jesse: (to the thug after seeing his gun) Hey man... Look can I ask you something? (mumble mumble)
      Thug: What did you say? (gets closer)
      Jesse: I asked why do you wanna lose your teeth. (smashes his face into the car)

    • Michael: (voice-over) Sending someone untrained into a combat situation is like dropping your kid off on his first day of school. You give as much advice as you can, you watch from a distance, and you cross your fingers that he comes back in one piece.

    • Madeline: The community needs that clinic, Michael. The whole point is to keep it open.
      Michael: No, the whole point is to make sure it doesn't turn into a morgue.

    • Michael: (about the new client, David) He seemed to really like us.
      Jesse: Hey, the guy's standing up for his community. It's pretty inspiring.
      Michael: There's a fine line between inspiring and suicidal.

    • Michael: (voice-over) Being hunted isn't always a bad thing. When someone's on your tail, you can pick the route. And if you're really good, you can lead them into a trap of your own.

    • Michael: Still think this is a dead end?
      Fiona: It is, if she kills us.

    • Michael: (voice-over) Spies are used to battling cutting-edge encryption and billion-dollar security. But sometimes the toughest challenge is cracking something old and out of date. If you find yourself up against an obsolete tape drive loaded with arcane software, you can either find yourself a time machine or admit defeat.

    • (Michael hangs up from a phone call with Kendra, the assassin.)
      Fiona: I wish our phone conversations were as flirty.
      Michael: She threatened to kill me.
      Fiona: (smiling) I can do that.

  • NOTES (1)