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Thursday, August 01, 2013

Saying goodbye to "Burn Notice"

After seven years, and 111 episodes, it's a wrap for Burn Notice.  We enjoyed having them call Coconut Grove home base. They added something special to the neighborhood.

If you follow the actors and producers and crew on social media, you would have seen so many bittersweet tweets and Facebook posts this past month as they lamented about the "last time we blow up something," or "the last time we film here," or "the last time we do this or that."

By reading the posts, you can see that they really loved doing the show and they really loved their time here. I would see them all over town and cover their filming, but it got old and I stopped the last few years, but I followed so much of their ups and downs here. Here's all the Burn Notice stories that appeared in the Grapevine, not in any particular order (lots of pictures, too).

Here's a nice tweet by Jeffrey Donovan, last night, star of the show, who played "Michael Donovan." 



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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am sad to see my favorite TV show end....but I must say that this last season has been the most exciting season ever. They really pulled out all the stops and gave us fans their best.

August 01, 2013 11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I grew to love the Grove because of Burn Notice. It is so sad to see the show end. I hope that the politicians who have a hand in managing the Grove understand that it wasn't because of a park that people came. It was how the Grove was portrayed. It was the glamor that shown a light on this corner of Miami. It was this that this show brought to the neighborhood. I wish the Grove the best of luck. Thanks for the memories.

August 01, 2013 3:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clearly this is the high-water mark for Commissioner Sarnoff.

He must be very pleased.

August 01, 2013 7:46 PM  

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