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Burn Notice: Mixed Messages

After the CIA denies his request to see Fiona, Michael calls upon his old Mentor, Tom Card.

Source: USA

Episode Info

Episode number: 6x2
Production Number: BCI601
Airdate: Thursday June 21st, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

AU (one) Dec 07, 2012
UK (FOX) Jun 24, 2013

  • Currently 9.3/10
9.3/10 (6 Votes cast)
Special Guest Stars
John C. McGinleyJohn C. McGinley
As Tom Card, CIA

Guest Stars
Taryn ManningTaryn Manning
As Female Inmate
Main Cast
Jeffrey DonovanJeffrey Donovan
As Michael Westen
Gabrielle AnwarGabrielle Anwar
As Fiona Glenanne
Coby BellCoby Bell
As Jesse Porter
Bruce CampbellBruce Campbell
As Sam Axe
Sharon GlessSharon Gless
As Madeline Westen


The episode begins with Fiona’s voice over telling Mike that the prison is going to be her new home till the time she is going to be tried in court. The trial is a few months away but her confession makes the legal defense a challenge. And the worst part is that the prison makes one give up their dignity and hope. Being alone in her cell, reminds her the way she lost him on the island. But they were the only ones that kept her going. After he finished reading the letter, Mike tells Sam that Fiona is close to giving up. Mike is furious and wants to see her so that he can let her know that they are going to get her out. Sam says that it is impossible. Moreover, Fiona is a big risk at the moment. Sam suggests that Mike to use his friends who are in high positions at the agency. ..

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Warning: Burn Notice season 6 episode 2 guide may contain spoilers
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