Burn Notice Season 4 dvd review

Disc 1:
**Friends and Enemies
**Fast Friends
**Made Man
**Breach of Faith
**Sam Axe’s Guide to Ladies and Libations
**Best-laid Plans: The Stunts of Burn Notice
**Gag Reel
**Friends and Enemies – Deleted Scenes

Disc 2:
**Neighborhood Watch
**Entry Point
**Past & Future Tense
**Where There’s Smoke
**Center of the Storm
**Where’s There’s Smoke – Deleted Scene

Disc 3:
**Hard Times
**Blind Spot
**Guilty As Charged
**Eyes Open
**Hot Property
**Blind Spot – Deleted Scene
**Guilty As Charged – Deleted Scenes
**Eyes Open – Deleted Scenes

Disc 4:
**Brotherly Love
**Dead or Alive
**Out of the Fire
**Last Stand
**Audio Commentary for Last Stand
**Burn Notice Roasts White Collar: Rivalry of the Writers’ Rooms
**White Collar Roasts Burn Notice: Rivalry of the Writers’ Rooms
**Out of the Fire – Deleted Scene
**White Collar Pilot

Burn Notice is about ex-spy Michael Westen, played by Jeffrey Donovan, trying to find the people responsible for severing his ties to the CIA. It also features the always charming Bruce Campbell as Sam Axe, ex-Navy Seal and Gabrielle Anwar as Fiona Glenanne, the ex-IRA bomber. Together they have been working to help Michael find out why he was burned, but also helping victims find justice through unconventional methods. And explosions, lots of explosions.

Season 4 added an interesting twist by adding new member Jesse Porter (played by Coby Bell) to the core group. Jesse is a newly burned spy who asks Michael to help find out who burned him.

The new dynamic by introducing Jeese was a nice change of pace by interrupting the chemistry between Michael and Fiona, as well as Michael and Sam. Bringing Jesse in helped the show from falling into a slump. The plots are slightly convoluted and I’m convinced that the writers try to find a way to blow something up every episode (not a bad thing if you like pointless explosions, like I do), but the show is still a lot of fun. Check out seasons 1-4 on DVD and season 5 is airing now on USA.