Previously on 'Burn Notice:' Nate showed up and was planning to stay for a while. Michael connected with Rebecca, another ex-spy who was working for Anson, who gave him Anson's location. Fi was suspicious of trusting Rebecca, but Michael insisted it was his only chance of catching Anson. Nate helped take out Anson in Atlantic City, but before Anson could be taken into custody, Nate and Anson were both shot out of nowhere. Both are now dead. And Fi is out of prison.
'Reunion:' Even though he's trained to respond immediately, Michael takes the time to acknowledge his grief and loss. He sits on the beach with Fi, who thanks him for not giving up on freeing her. "Consider it payback for the thousand times you never gave up on me," Michael says. He asks her to sit this one out as Michael prepares to follow up on the Anson and Nate killing. She's not going to do that.
At the loft, Sam says his FBI buddies in Atlantic City are saying nothing. Michael thinks they should call Rebecca to see what she knows. Meanwhile, Michael tries to call Maddy. She doesn't answer. Michael gets emotional while leaving her a message. He asks her to please call and ends with, "I love you." Rebecca isn't answering "the bat phone" Sam gave her. According to the GPS tracker, she's still at Sam's girlfriend's place, but the tracker isn't moving. They kit up in kevlar and go to see what's happening.
The apartment is empty with some holes in the walls. Michael immediately says Rebecca played them. He's not pleased.
Rebecca ditched the GPS tracker that Sam placed in her boot, leaving it on the counter in the apartment with a note that reads, "Nice try, Sam." She fled a while ago and the guys are now sure she was the one who shot Nate and Anson. Michael notices that Rebecca splices some phone cables together and thinks he can get some information by obtaining the phone records of calls made from that floor. Sam can get them from his girlfriend.
Sam goes to get the records from his girlfriend. She's upset because her son is in trouble with money. He stole a diamond bracelet from her. She wants to know what her son's gotten into. Sam's on it.
Sam brings Jesse along to meet with Evan, Elsa's son. Evan doesn't want to talk with Sam and Jesse, but finally admits there's a guy to whom he owes a lot of money. It's a loan shark named Morris. Evan gives Sam the bracelet and says he has to go. He says it's a long story as to why he still has the bracelet. Morris comes to the house, so Sam and Jesse hide in a room. Evan was supposed to get a team together to heist a truck. Evan claims Jesse and Sam are his team much to their surprise.
Michael sees an odd call to a print shop at 2:30 in the morning. He and Fi head over, thinking Rebecca was trying to get fake IDs.
Morris shows Sam and Jesse the job: To steal a big rig from behind an 8-foot fence next to a nightclub. It has expensive champagne inside and the club owner stiffed Morris on the payment, so he wants it back. Sam asks why Morris asked Evan to do the job in the first place. Evan says he's good at hot-wiring cars and became known for it. Sam isn't pleased.
Michael sees that the print shop is heavily secured. He says they need to get in quietly, but they both realize they're running out of time. They go straight up to the door and Michael plays as though Fi is very sick and needs help. They say she's diabetic and needs to eat something, and the guy is eating a jelly doughnut. The guy inside says he doesn't open his door for anyone, but relents when Michael offers him $50 for the doughnut. Once the door is open, Michael and Fi make their move. He's tied up when Fi finds the fake ID made for Rebecca. The guy says Rebecca wanted the deluxe package and he'd have them ready in a week. Michael tells him to call Rebecca, tell her they're done and cancel the rest of his appointments for the day.
Jesse prepares to knock out the power to the club so the security cameras will go out. That will be Evan and Sam's chance to get beyond the fence. While Jesse's gone, Sam asks Evan why he's such a problem for his mother. Evan says that after his dad died, his mom pressured him hard to take over the family business, but he doesn't want to be a guy in a suit. He feels like he was never good enough for his mom. Jesse drives into a transformer and then gets into an argument with the guards out front while Sam and Evan hot-wire the truck behind the gate. Jesse keeps the distraction going while Sam and Evan drive out the back of the place. Jesse takes off and narrowly avoids getting shot when the guards realize he was in on the truck theft.
Jesse catches up with Evan and Sam and he's not happy. They open up the truck to see what's inside, and they find a lab stocked to make several million dollars worth of ecstasy. They realize Morris isn't going to let them get out of this alive, so they jump in the truck and take off. Morris and some of his guys give chance.
Michael and Fi wait, hiding, at the print shop. The guy who works there is going to have to sell everything as if it's happening as normal. Another client of the print shop shows up and before Michael and Fi can scare him off, Rebecca approaches and sees something amiss. She takes off and Michael chases her. As he turns a corner, Rebecca shoots Michael in the shoulder. He shoots back, hitting her in the shoulder, as well. Rebecca gets on a motorcycle and takes off, and Michael knows he may have missed his only chance to get her. Fortunately, his kevlar vest stopped the bullet that hit him.
Still racing to get away from Morris, Jesse uses some chemicals in the back of the truck to put together some impromptu fire bombs to hold off Morris' guys. The plan works, but only briefly. Morris decides to shoot and nails the gas tank, making a hole that leaves fuel spilling out the side. Just as Sam had called Michael to make plans to come in as backup, Sam now realizes they won't have enough gas to make it back to Miami. They need another plan fast.
Michael tells Sam to go to an old cement plant outside of Doral. Michael has a plan to bring in the club owners. He's going to try to convince the club guys he's a cop. Michael tells the club boss he's internal affairs. He tells the guy the truck is outside Doral and he needs to send his guys out there to clean up the mess so that the cops don't also get in trouble.
The big rig is stopped and Jesse is holding Morris' men back by tossing more makeshift bombs at them, but they won't last all day. Michael is two minutes away. Sam approaches and while Evan and Jesse pour ether on the ground around the truck, Sam holds a lighter up. He tells Morris that if he shoots, the lighter will drop and the trucks will go up in pieces. Morris agrees to let Sam, Jesse and Evan get away. When they do, Morris and his men approach the truck while Morris sends four men to chase down Sam, Jesse and Evan. He instructs his men to "burn the bodies."
The club boss and his group of extremely heavily armed men show up. The club boss gives Morris' men a chance to drop their guns and walk away, or get what's coming to Morris. They all put their guns down and leave while Morris shouts at them. From a distance, we hear the machine-gun fire unleashed upon Morris. His kill team who were following Sam, Jesse and Evan turn back, while our guys get away.
Sam brokers a conversation between Evan and his mother. Evan gives back the bracelet he stole. Sam pours them some of his special El Ojo del Diablo tequila and says no one leaves the room until every drop is gone. It'll help them get over their differences.
As Michael gets close to the loft, Maddy finally calls. She thanks him for some food he left. But she doesn't want to see him right away. Michael notices drops of blood up the stairs to the loft and finds Rebecca inside. She tells him she's giving up. She says she didn't kill Nate. She says she didn't trust the CIA to leave her alone. She says he just wanted to disappear. She also says she didn't kill Anson. She just wanted to find her brother and live the rest of her life in peace. Fi's dubious.
"You don't have to believe me," Rebecca says. "Shoot me if you want, but I'm not going to run from you. We're either good, or we're not. You decide."
After some tense moments, with Michael pointing his gun at her head, Michael drops the gun and says, "Go."
Rebecca walks away, stopping to tell him she is sorry for his loss and adding, "I hope you find the son of a bitch who pulled the trigger."
Maddy, Michael, Fi, Sam and Jesse are the last people at Nate's funeral.
"Michael, it's time," Maddy says. She goes up to kiss her younger son on the forehead. Michael follows, and Fi, Sam and Jesse stand behind them in support.