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    Re: Burn Notice

    Watching right now. It's so good!!! The agent working with Michael, didn't he used to be on Melrose Place? I can't stop thinking about it as I watch him!
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buglover View Post
    Watching right now. It's so good!!! The agent working with Michael, didn't he used to be on Melrose Place? I can't stop thinking about it as I watch him!
    That's Grant Show and yes, he was a regular on Melrose Place. Before that, he was yet another of the actors to come from the soaps. I think, though I'm not sure, it was Ryan's Hope where he was first seen.

    Burn Notice has been a "do not miss" for me from episode 1. I'm sure that won't change with this season. I'm glad to see that Jesse is still around and I'm looking for a lot of entertainment from Sam and Maddy.
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    The second half of the season starts tonight and I eagerly await it. Jere Burns is an actor I have always liked and I think he'll be an outstanding villain. Happily the show has been renewed for 2 more seasons.

    They aired a repeat of "The Fall of Sam Axe," last night and I enjoyed seeing it again.
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    This has been a great season. Last night's episode was outstanding and I cannot wait for the season finale next week. I wish they would marathon Burn Notice instead of the unending Law and Order and NCIS shows they are now airing, which I never watch. Cannot wait for the new White Collar episodes to start.
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    Although it hasn't been getting much discussion here, Burn Notice is still among the favorite shows I don't miss. I saw an intereview with Gabrielle Anwar recently and was surprised to learn the she is a mother of three. She's 42 years old, and her oldest daughter is 19.
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    I seem to be the only one watching the final season of this show, but it has never let me down.

    It has delighted me to see Bruce Campbell and John Pyper-Ferguson working together again.
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    My son loves this show, so I end up watching most episodes by default. I like it, although I probably wouldn't watch it on my own.

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    I watch it Florimel. I has been one on my summer favorites. I'm dreading the finale. I want a happy ending but afraid there isn't going to be one with Jame's leadership.
    John Pyper-Ferguson (James) plays creepy and villain so well, that I always think of him as one regardless of the role.

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    I, too, am wishing for a happy ending for all the main characters, inthegarden, but, like you, I'm not too hopeful. Maybe they'll have a nice surprise for us.

    Have you seen John Pyper-Ferguson in The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr? His does play another creepy character, but this time, a comic one. He is an outlaw with a fetish for his gun (Pete's Piece), and he is brilliant. I own the DVD set and watch it at least once a year.
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    I had forgotten about that series. I would like to see it again. I'll check the library and see if they carry the DVD set. Thanks!

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