This is the second season of Burn Notice, which sees the ex-spy Michael Westin try and find out who is behind the plot to get him fired from being a spy by handing him a burn notice.
The plot thickens in this season. Michael is beginnings to find out more about who burnt him and other spies who were burnt and now being used by the same "organisation" for want of a better word.
The stories are in a similar vein to the previous season; they see Michael help other out where the police can't with his spy training, shooting and explosions. The over arching story of trying to find out why he was burnt and what the purpose of being in Miami is a focal point that is explained near the end of the season with more shooting and explosions. Michael continues to explain things with an internal monologue that helps in understanding what is happening, such as making an explosive or a listening device, which I really like.
One of the things I liked about this season was the familiar faces that appeared in it. We have Carla who played Six in Battlestar Gallactica and Victor who played Daniel Jackson in Stargate SG1 (although he is looking rather sun burnt in this one).
This season sees the return of Fi and Sam who are just as good in this season as the previous one as well as some return visits from supporting characters, such a Michael's Mum, Madeline, his brother Nate, Barry the Money Launderer to name a few.
Another 2 big thumbs up from me and I am looking forward to season 3 ...