After Michael gets off the hook for Max's murder, Larry returns to force Michael to help him break into the British Consulate.




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Episode complete credited cast:
Madeline Westen
Tavian Korzha
Brad Henson ...
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Agent Pearce refuses to let Mike continue his hunt for Max's killer Tavian Korzha, until Sam, Jesse and Fiona prove how sure they are by staging a near-escape and risking arrest themselves. Mike's official CIA mission is to help British official Anson Fullerton, whose wife was kidnapped. Mike finds himself commandeered at gunpoint by most vindictive Larry Sizemore, to break in and switch documents at the British consulate. The hostage wife is killed by a bomb senselessly and Fiona's explosives to dispose of Larry exact a grim toll, but the worst surprises are still to come. Written by KGF Vissers

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8 September 2011 (USA)  »

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Season finale
29 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I like Agent Pearce. Even if she did play Rose on Grey's Anatomy. I am glad that it seems like she is going to stick around next season as well? I like how they made Tavian admit to framing Michael early on so the episode wasn't all about the fact Pearce still thinks Michael is Max's murderer which is how I thought the finale was going to play out.

Madeleine's speech to Michael basically telling him to appreciate his friends. So necessary! LARRY! Tim Matheson <3 <3 <3. The whole segment inside the British consulate I was just waiting for the "big moment" to happen and then wow, the twist at the end. So didn't see that coming although maybe I should as I think the show has played the "victim is actually the evil mastermind" card before.

The thing I love the most about the show is how it constantly reinvents itself. I mean you might wonder how a show about a burnt spy can constantly evolve but every finale is a game changer setting up a new scenario for the next season. Nicely played.

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