Eh, I checked out on Burn Notice a couple seasons ago because it felt like it was really spinning its wheels. In my mind, the show ended when Michael went back to DC, because everything that happened after that felt like an unnatural way to prolong the drama. I'll come back for the last season though, just to see if they did craft a solid ending to everything.
I thought this last season was really good. They finally changed things up a bit and there were some actual consequences for the characters and their actions. Having said that, it really needs an end game, so I'm also glad they are winding it down - even if it means Bruce Campbell is no longer on my television.
I still like this show, even though I haven't been able to watch as much as I used to. It was a weird way of confirming the last season (I found out on facebook and they originally had the commercials for the season premiere as a regular season one). Still, while it's sad that it's ending, it's probably going out at a good time. I want to see how they wrap up Michael's spy for hire career and I have confidence it will go out on a high note.
Originally posted by CEOIIIThose annoying little bastards on Psych? Still on the air.
You shut your pretty little mouth about Shawn and Gus! They might be the best comic duo I watch on cable these days.
glad to see this finally on DVD. A very strange version of the Scottish play, filmed on the cheap by Orson at night, on the set of a B-movie western. Yes, it co-stars Roddy McDowell AND Alfred from the Batman TV series.