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Burn Notice

hadamulletonce

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Anything with Bruce Campbell in it is worth watching. I'm glad the season is running this winter rather next summer.
 

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love this show, saw one episode then continued watching the marathon on USA
 

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Originally Posted by Douglas
Sorry to resurrect a thread from the dead, but I just had a revelation about this show.

It's essentially the exact same plot line as the A-Team. Ex-gov't elite team/spy and his quirky pals on the lam for a crime they didn't commit/burn notice he didn't deserve surviving as soldiers of fortune/soldiers of fortune in the Los Angeles/Miami underground.

If you have a problem, if noone else can help, and if you can find him, maybe you can hire... Michael Westin.


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Except that BN seems to be a little more somber, and people die more often than in A-team (where there were always bullets flying and explosions, but no one ever seemed to get killed)
 

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I'm definitely a fan. Season premier was solid. I can't weait to see where they take it. Though I'm a little sad I won't be able to oogle Tricia Helfer (Carla) this season.
 

Thomas

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DVR is set, but damn if I ever sit still in front of the TV long enough to catch it. Maybe this evening.
 

countdemoney

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I'm a BN fan too. The show is fun.

Lots of different elements make it up as many people have mentioned.
 

Pitt 84

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Currently my favorite show...its fun to watch, which doesn't happen very often any more. You don't have to invest a lot in it...it's pretty much what it seems...a campy, well done bit of escapism, ala #6 in the Village...actually a return to that 60's sort of show...


Be seeing you!
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AndyMcL

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Don't know if anyone is still watching this, but man was last nights show great. November's a ways away.
 

millionaire75

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Agreed. I am starting to get a bit worried though as to how much more they can get out of the show.
 

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