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BURN NOTICE Season 6 Taps Desperate Housewives and One Tree Hill for Villain
Richard Burgi is a man of many talents, my favorite of which was his talent of being shirtless for the majority of his screen time on Desperate Housewives, and now he’ll be demonstrating his knack for portraying villainous characters when he guest starts in an episode of Burn Notice Season 6. His ability to find work so quickly after wrapping his time on Housewives and One Tree Hill is worthy of applause and there’s no doubt in mind that he’ll flesh out a very memorable character during his brief stint on the USA series. Maybe he’ll go the extra mile and be a shirtless villain.
It was reported by TVLine that Burgi would be appearing in Episode 7 of Burn Notice’s sixth season as a man named Morris. Morris is described as a duplicitous, backstabbing loan shark with a vile temper who’s looking to move up the criminal ladder. He certainly sounds deplorable, doesn’t he? In my mind, I can see him as the type of bad guy just waiting for the moment to blow up and let his rage destroy whoever gets in his way. That’s a villain worth watching. He might even be worth going back for a second viewing.
Also popping up this season is Brandon Eaton, who will be playing a naïve punk with a large ego, which doesn’t quite match up with his small amount of experience in life. While it isn’t at all clear what episode Eaton appears in, I’m equally as excited about this character as I am for Burgi’s. There’s something wonderful about a little punk finding out he’s not all he thinks he is. I love seeing obnoxious people put in their place. It’s just feels right. I could be getting ahead my self though. There’s no saying Eaton’s character will go through a storyline like that, but I can hope.
Burn Notice returns July 14th.