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Year: 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

29 August 2005
Michael Scofield is imprisoned in Fox River State Penitentiary. He finds his brother, Lincoln Burrows, who is a death row prisoner, and tells him that he is going to break them both out of the prison.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lisa Rix

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Camille Guaty ... Maricruz Delgado

Chelcie Ross ... Bishop McMorrow
Laura Wade ... Syd, Tattoo Artist (as Laura Scott Wade)

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale

Rolando Boyce ... Cop

Cheryl Lynn Bruce ... Judge
Nicolas Iovino ... Brian
Ora Jones ... Wendy
Rich Komenich ... Maggio

Christian Stolte ... C.O. #1

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... C.O. #2
Jay Whittaker ... Sweatsuit (as Jay Whitaker)
Peggy Roeder ... Teller

Gianni Russo ... Gavin Smallhouse
Philip Rayburn Smith ... Adrian Rix (as Phil Rayburn Smith)

Anthony Starke ... Sebastian Balfour

Jeff Parker ... Tsili

Alan Wilder ... Prison Chaplain
Danny Maxwell ... Cronie #1 (as Dan Maxwell)
David Pacheco ... Speaking Prisoner #1
Darnell Jackson ... Speaking Prisoner #2
Billy Chase ... Speaking Prisoner #3
Malieek Straughter ... Wholesale

James Azrael ... Inmate #1 (uncredited)

Brandon DeShazer ... Young Inmate (uncredited)
Matt Dworzanczyk ... Priest (uncredited)

Matthew S. Harrison ... Corrections Officer #1 (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Danielle Mulligan ... Nurse Ana (uncredited)
Larry Nazimek ... Inmate #3 (uncredited)

Robert Patrick Stern ... Inmate (uncredited)
David Dino Wells Jr. ... Inmate (uncredited)

James Zahn ... Inmate #4 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Allen

29 August 2005
Trouble is inevitable in the prison, with a race riot imminent. Michael has problems retrieving a screw from the bleachers. Veronica receives a security tape that shows Lincoln shooting Terrence Steadman.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Camille Guaty ... Maricruz Delgado

Al Sapienza ... Philly Falzone

Anthony Starke ... Sebastian Balfour (credit only)

Kurt Caceres ... Hector Avila

Keith Diamond ... Tim Giles

Adina Porter ... Leticia Barris

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale
Ora Jones ... Wendy

Gianni Russo ... Gavin Smallhouse

Wesley Walker ... Aryan Brother
Anthony Fleming ... Trumpets

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte

Mark Morettini ... Correctional Officer Rizzo Green

Chavez Ravine ... Ms. Simmons

Brian Hamman ... Maytag

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)
David Lively ... Terrence Steadman
John Conrad ... Garlic Cutter's Grandson

Ashley Boettcher ... Garlic Cutter's Granddaughter (as Ashley Boetcher)

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews (uncredited)

Brandon DeShazer ... Young Inmate (uncredited)
Matt Dworzanczyk ... Priest (uncredited)
James Hoelzel ... Prison Inmate (uncredited)
Michael L. Howard ... Inmate #3 (uncredited)
John Johnson ... Inmate #1 (uncredited)

Tim Krueger ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Tom Lowell ... Cronie (uncredited)

Chris Nolte ... Abruzzi Cronie (uncredited)

Chris Papadopoulos ... Inmate #2 (uncredited)

Patricia Wettig ... Woman Cutting Garlic (uncredited)

James Zahn ... Inmate #4 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Cell Test

5 September 2005
Two steps forward and one step back. Michael gets Abruzzi on his side and proves Sucre's trustworthiness, but then loses a valuable piece of his plan.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lisa Rix

Al Sapienza ... Philly Falzone

Anthony Starke ... Sebastian Balfour

Adina Porter ... Leticia Barris

Silas Weir Mitchell ... Charles 'Haywire' Patoshik
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Wesley Walker ... Aryan Brother
Peter J. Reineman ... Gus Fiorello (as Peter Reinemann)
Sandra Marquez ... Mrs. Delgado

Linara Washington ... Jenae Conlin

Tom McElroy ... Reverend Mailor

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte
Tab Baker ... Crab Simmons
Jason Wells ... Bo - White Cap
Lillian Almaguer ... John Abruzzi's Daughter
Elijah Roberts ... John Abruzzi's Son

Tracey Bonner ... Old African American Lady
Niko El Santo Zavero ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Michael L. Howard ... Inmate (uncredited)
Theophilus Jamal ... Inmate (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Tom Lowell ... Cronie (uncredited)

Mark Morettini ... Correctional Officer Rizzo Green (uncredited)

Chris Nolte ... Abruzzi Cronie (uncredited)

Chris Papadopoulos ... Inmate (uncredited)
David Dino Wells Jr. ... Turner (uncredited)

James Zahn ... Inmate (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Cute Poison

12 September 2005
Michael gets more of the tools and people he needs, but someone very high up has taken notice and started wondering what he's up to.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (credit only)

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Silas Weir Mitchell ... Charles 'Haywire' Patoshik

Frank Grillo ... Nick Savrinn

Camille Guaty ... Maricruz Delgado

Kurt Caceres ... Hector Avila
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope
Jason Wells ... Bo - White Cap

Deanna Dunagan ... Judy Pope
Cedric Young ... Choppy
John Judd ... Benjamin Forsik

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews Andrews

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte

Jennifer Joan Taylor ... Becky
Theron Touché Lykes ... Random Inmate (as Theron Tooche Lykes)
Michael Vieau ... Christopher Trokey (as Mike Vieau)

Kevin R. Kelly ... Officer Weston (as Kevin Kelly)
Jenny Kern ... Allison Hale (as Jennifer Kern)

Kelli Clevenger ... Waitress (uncredited)
James Hoelzel ... Prison Inmate (uncredited)
Michael L. Howard ... Inmate (uncredited)

Tim Krueger ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Tom Lowell ... Cronie (uncredited)

Haley Nero ... Agent Hale's Daughter (uncredited)

Chris Nolte ... Abruzzi Cronie (uncredited)

Brandon Tyler Russell ... Agent Hale's Son (uncredited)

Patricia Wettig ... Woman Cutting Vegetables (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: English, Fitz or Percy

19 September 2005
Michael gains a necessary piece of information to effect his escape, but can he keep the Warden from kicking him out?

Season 1, Episode 6: Riots, Drills and the Devil: Part 1

26 September 2005
Michael's idea to get more drilling time by provoking a lock-down backfires horribly.

Season 1, Episode 7: Riots, Drills and the Devil: Part 2

3 October 2005
Michael saves Dr. Tancredi from the rioting prisoners, but Lincoln and Veronica are in need of their own rescue.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman (credit only)

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

John Heard ... Governor Frank Tancredi

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lisa Rix

Frank Grillo ... Nick Savrinn

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Michael Cudlitz ... Corrections Officer Robert 'Bob' Hudson

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope
Peter J. Reineman ... Gus Fiorello (as Peter Reinemann)
Ana Berry ... Flight attendant
Braden Moran ... Captain

John Turk ... Turk

Michael Stoyanov ... Fletch

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews Andrews
James Alfred ... Sniper
Bob Sirott ... Field Reporter

Brad Fleischer ... Theo

Kwame Amoaku ... Stroker

Morocco Omari ... Ron
Daniel Ruben ... Con #1 (as Daniel Allen Ruben)
Cedric Young ... Choppy

Mark Morettini ... Correctional Officer Rizzo Green
Philip Rayburn Smith ... Adrian Rix (as Phil Rayburn Smith)
Michael Cook ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)

Billy Jackson ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Debra Langland ... News Reporter (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Tony Morgan ... Inmate (uncredited)
Larry Nazimek ... Airline Pilot (uncredited)
Kevin Pitcairn ... Paramedic (uncredited)

John Quilico ... Rioting Aryan Inmate (uncredited)

Luke Schneider ... National Guard (uncredited)

John Stacho ... National Guard Soldier (uncredited)
David Dino Wells Jr. ... Rioting Inmate (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Old Head

24 October 2005
Veronica and LJ must go into hiding, while Michael unwittingly provides Westmoreland's motivation to aid the escape.

Season 1, Episode 9: Tweener

31 October 2005
With Abruzzi becoming more desperate to regain authority within the prison, it seems that Fibonacci's number is up.

Season 1, Episode 10: Sleight of Hand

7 November 2005
Michael hands over an address to Falzone, allowing work to resume on the tunnel. Meanwhile, the VP enlists the help of a dangerous specialist.

Season 1, Episode 11: And Then There Were 7

14 November 2005
Michael gets a visit from his wife, while Veronica and Nick get a visit from Quinn.

Season 1, Episode 12: Odd Man Out

21 November 2005
C-Note overhears Michael and Lincoln discussing that there are too many fugitives for available time and they share the information with the group telling that one shall be left behind. T-Bag feels threatened and calls his cousin James Bagwell, disclosing the escape plan and asking James to call the Warden Pope in case T-Bag does not contact him later. Abruzzi asks his outside man to kidnap James, but things go wrong and the mobster kills James and his five years old son Jimmy. Abruzzi feels guilty for the death of the child and feels the need of God's forgiveness, but T-Bag betrays Abruzzi like Judas. Meanwhile Veronica and LJ bring Nick to the hospital and while in surgery, LJ escapes to see the funeral of his mother. Daniel Hale sees the teenager in the cemetery but he does not arrest him; later he tells his wife that they should move to West and gives an anonymous call to Veronica scheduling a meeting in the Highland Cafe. Maricruz tells Sucre that she is pregnant but she will marry Hector. Captain Bellick presses David to rat Michael telling everything he says. Michael tests the escape plan and informs the group that they are ready to go that night, but Lincoln was sent to solitary confinement protecting his brother.

Season 1, Episode 13: End of the Tunnel

28 November 2005
The escape is about to go through when the team hits a stainless steel snag, while Veronica is just a moment too late to get all the information she needs to prove Lincoln's innocence.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Michelle Forbes ... Samantha Brinker

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale

Frank Grillo ... Nick Savrinn
Mike Jones ... Darius

Matt DeCaro ... Corrections Officer Roy Geary

Patricia Wettig ... Vice President Caroline Reynolds

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Tom McElroy ... Reverend Mailor
Jenny Kern ... Allison Hale (as Jennifer Kern)

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)

Karin Anglin ... Angela West

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte

Javon Johnson ... C.O. #1

Lea Coco ... C.O. #2
Eric Lane ... Spider
Helena Klevorn ... Dede Franklin

Cynthia Kaye McWilliams ... Kacee Franklin
Jacqueline Williams ... Special Agent Tangrin
David Gee ... Producer

Joey Honsa ... Holly - Reporter

Kurt Naebig ... C.O. Kurt
Tory O. Davis ... Orderly
Manny Sosa ... Janitor
Chuck Stubbings ... EMT #1
Terry Berner ... Electrician

Nick Doetsch ... Licoln's double (uncredited)
Dennis Janiske ... Inmate (uncredited)

Tim Krueger ... Prosecutor (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Ryan Salzwedel ... EMT #2 (uncredited)

John Stacho ... Protestor Fox River Penitentiary (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Rat

20 March 2006
With the pipe to the infirmary replaced and Lincoln's life hanging in the balance, Michael must rethink his plan to escape and save his brother's life. A fellow inmate may hold the key to preventing Lincoln's execution.

Season 1, Episode 15: By the Skin and the Teeth

27 March 2006
Michael's plan to escape has failed. While Lincoln is strapped to the electric chair, he sees an oddly familiar face in the crowd. Is there one last hope to save Lincoln's life, or has his journey reached an end?

Season 1, Episode 16: Brother's Keeper

3 April 2006
Flashbacks provide exposition on how the inmates arrived at Fox River Penitentiary from The Company's framing of Lincoln to the creation of Michael's plan to save his brother's life.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Michelle Forbes ... Samantha Brinker
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale

Camille Guaty ... Maricruz Delgado
Mike Jones ... Darius

Kurt Caceres ... Hector Avila

Joe Nunez ... Manche Sanchez (as Joseph Nunez)

Joseph Sikora ... Sara's boyfriend (as Joe Sikora)

John Billingsley ... Terrence Steadman
K.K. Dodds ... Susan Hollander

Patricia Wettig ... Vice President Caroline Reynolds

John Walsh ... Himself - Presenter of America's Most Wanted
Tab Baker ... Crab Simmons
Jason Wells ... Bo

Cynthia Kaye McWilliams ... Kacee Franklin
Helena Klevorn ... Dede Franklin
Jay Whittaker ... Commander Meyers

Danielle Campbell ... Gracey Hollander
Miguel Nino ... Coyote
Anthony Moseley ... Junior Executive
Joe Van Slyke ... Judge
Dale Rivera ... Conspirator
Janelle Holmgren ... Delivery Girl
Quinn Wermeling ... Zack Hollander

Carl Amari ... Liquor Store Clerk
John Ferrick ... Foreperson
Thomas Gaitsch ... Media Guy (as Tom Gaitsch)
Anne Jacques ... Onlooker (as Anne Jaques)

Kyle Hatley ... Resident

Jeremy Isaiah Earl ... Soldier #1
Max Kirsch ... Young Lincoln Burrows

Dylan Minnette ... Young Michael
Annie Yokom ... Young Veronica Donovan

Sam Derence ... ND Suit
Adeoye Mabogunje ... Soldier with $100 Bill
Brent Allen Caputo ... Courtroom Attendee (uncredited)

Angela Cobb ... Office Executive (uncredited)
Will Jones ... (uncredited)

Tim Krueger ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Jim Moore ... Vendor at Baseball Game (uncredited)

Haley Nero ... Child in the Field (uncredited)
Lindsey Nero ... Prison Visitor (uncredited)

John Stacho ... Desert Storm soldier (uncredited)
John Thurston ... Man in Baseball Field (uncredited)
Joyce Thurston ... Baseball Field Patron (uncredited)

Giota Trakas ... Accident Witness (uncredited)
Zachary Uidl ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: J-Cat

10 April 2006
Having burned his shoulder, Michael's tattoo that showed the path through psych ward is now incomplete. With another inmate intimidated into snitching about the escape plans, Michael Scofield must use his wits to find a new way out of Fox River.

Season 1, Episode 18: Bluff

17 April 2006
Improvising a new plan, Michael seeks out an acquaintance who may hold the key to his escape plan. In gen pop, the other members of the P.I. crew learn that the guards are auctioning Michael's cell to the highest bidder. Lincoln and Sucre devise a scheme to get Michael returned to gen pop. Veronica informs Lincoln that L.J will be tried for his mother's murder, and Lincoln desires to see his son.

Season 1, Episode 19: The Key

24 April 2006
After the crash, Kellerman tries to suffocate Lincoln, but he is saved in the last moment by a stranger. Sucre leaves the solitary confinement and Michael tells to his partners that he has completed the map, but he needs the key of the infirmary. Abruzzi is back to Fox River, apparently converted in a religious man. Warden Pope sends Captain Bellick to find Lincoln before notifying the authorities. Nick tries to convince Veronica that they are losing time checking the calls of Quinn's cell phone. Michael kisses Sara and asks her to wait for him. Tweener is in trouble with Avocado and he castrates the abuser. Lincoln sees that the stranger is actually his father, and he explains that he worked for the powerful Company, and Lincoln is a victim of a big plot against him. He had leaked information of EcoField and they used Lincoln to force him to show off. Michaels asks for help to Nika. Veronica finds many calls from Montana. The Vice-President tells her brother that he is alive just because of her, and he replies that he does not understand how they have not killed her yet. Abruzzi meets T-Bag and asks him to forget everything, and they seal truce. Nika seeks out Sara and tells her life and how Michael helped her, but she actually steals Sara's key. A guy sees the Mustang in a junkyard where Aldo and Lincoln are hidden, but Kellerman bugs the conversation and goes to the spot. However, the police arrive and Captain Bellick arrests Lincoln, saving him from Kellerman. Sara seeks her key and recalls her meeting with Nika Volek; she calls maintenance service to replace the lock. Nick works for Abruzzi. Michael invites David and he betrays the plan to Captain Bellick. Lincoln is back to Fox River under 24 hours surveillance.

Season 1, Episode 20: Tonight

1 May 2006
Westmoreland uses Bellick to plug a hole in the escape plan, which forces Michael to move up the breakout timetable. A fearful Tweener pledges his loyalty to Michael and in return may get out of jail for free; Michael feels that he has no choice but to involve Sara in the plan and must betray his father figure; and Veronica finds her life in jeopardy from her closest ally, who has a surprising connection to a Fox River inmate.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman (credit only)

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Frank Grillo ... Nick Savrinn

Lane Garrison ... David 'Tweener' Apolskis

John Heard ... Governor Frank Tancredi

Joe Nunez ... Manche Sanchez (as Joseph Nunez)

Daniel J. Travanti ... President Richard Mills

Patricia Wettig ... Vice President Caroline Reynolds

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Jennifer Joan Taylor ... Becky
Anthony Fleming ... Trumpets

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews Andrews

Mark Morettini ... C.O. Rizzo Green
Rich Komenich ... Maggio
Nancy Loo ... Herself - Reporter

Gary Houston ... Suit #2

Lea Coco ... C.O. Coco

Javon Johnson ... C.O. JJ
Ray Frewen ... Suit #1
James McCammond ... Cell Mate
Mark Reisman ... Makkos
James Krag ... Suit #3 (as Jim Krag)
Linda Gillum ... Aide
Randall Jones ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Joseph L. Rubino ... Psychiatric Patient (uncredited)

John Stacho ... Governors Aid (uncredited)
David Dino Wells Jr. ... Trumpets Right-hand Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Go

8 May 2006
Dr. Sara questions if she should leave a light on and the door open for Michael, who must betray the Pope in order to carry out his escape plan. Veronica finds evidence that points her to Montana, but realizes that her closest ally may actually be her greatest enemy. Michael, Lincoln and the other inmates make a break for it, but after the alarm is sounded, find out who will make it over the wall, who will be left behind and who will leave the prison in a body bag.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Michelle Forbes ... Samantha Brinker

Frank Grillo ... Nick Savrinn

Lane Garrison ... David 'Tweener' Apolskis

Silas Weir Mitchell ... Charles 'Haywire' Patoshik

Joe Nunez ... Manche Sanchez (as Joseph Nunez)

Andrew Rothenberg ... Sklar

Patricia Wettig ... Vice President Caroline Reynolds

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews Andrews

Mark Morettini ... C.O. Rizzo Green

Javon Johnson ... C.O. JJ
Anthony Fleming ... Trumpets

Jennifer Joan Taylor ... Becky

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)
Rich Komenich ... Maggio

Scott Jaeck ... Trenchcoat
Antoine McKay ... C.O. Antoine Roy
Ray Frewen ... Suit #1

Gary Houston ... Suit #2
Chike Johnson ... Psych Orderly
T.J. Jagodowski ... Pilot (as TJ Jagodowski)
Cliff Frazier ... Orderly (as Clifford Frazier)
Joe D. Lauck ... Nick's Dad

Steve Christopher ... Corrections Officer (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Joseph L. Rubino ... Psychiatric Patient (uncredited)
Jonathan Samuels ... Inmate (uncredited)

Robyn Jean Springer ... Waitress (uncredited)

January Stern ... News Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Flight

15 May 2006
As the escape continues, lives are lost and Pope and Bellick do everything in their power to capture the convicts.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Michelle Forbes ... Samantha Brinker

John Heard ... Governor Frank Tancredi

Lane Garrison ... David 'Tweener' Apolskis

Silas Weir Mitchell ... Charles 'Haywire' Patoshik

Joe Nunez ... Manche Sanchez (as Joseph Nunez)

John Billingsley ... Terrence Steadman

Frank Grillo ... Nick Savrinn

Patricia Wettig ... Vice President Caroline Reynolds

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

Mac Brandt ... Corrections Officer Mack Andrews Andrews

Mark Morettini ... C.O. Rizzo Green

Javon Johnson ... C.O. JJ

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)

Jennifer Joan Taylor ... Becky
Rich Komenich ... Maggio

Kurt Naebig ... C.O. Ray
Lester Kevin Senor ... C.O. Kevin
David Alan Anderson ... Orderly
T.J. Jagodowski ... Pilot (as TJ Jagodowski)

Doug James ... Air Strip Controller

James Farruggio ... Secret Service Agent at Press Conference

Coburn Goss ... Special Services Investigator (as Coby Goss)
Steve Haggard ... Sweats

Reese Madigan ... Secret Service Man At Hotel
James Leaming ... Agent In Charge At Hotel
Brian McCaskill ... Peter - Reporter

Ilyssa Fradin ... Rebecca - Female Reporter
Robin Robinson ... TV Reporter
Craig Spidle ... District Judge
Greg Sandquist ... Cop #3 at Sara's

Patrick Clear ... Deadly Solution Man #1
Raymond L. Chapman ... Deadly Solution Man #2
Sam Zerante ... Farmer
Samantha Scarpelli ... Bike Girl
Brent Allen Caputo ... K-9 Unit Officer (uncredited)
Bob Fanucchi ... Auto Shop Manager (uncredited)
Randall Jones ... Reporter (uncredited)

Zachary Laoutides ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Danny McCarthy ... Daniel Hale (uncredited)
Jim Moore ... Sheriff (uncredited)

John Stacho ... County Sheriff K-9 (uncredited)

January Stern ... News Reporter (uncredited)

Marco Tazioli ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Manhunt

21 August 2006
It is the morning after their escape from Fox River, and the inmates narrowly avoid being caught by Bellick as they jump onto a freight train. FBI Special Agent Alex Mahone has been assigned to their case and calls a press conference urging the public to turn in the "Fox River 8." Michael, Lincoln, Abruzzi, C-Note, and Sucre encounter a hunter and his daughter. He holds them at gunpoint until Abruzzi grabs the daughter and forces the hunter to give them his SUV and let them go. The escapees head for a location where Michael has things stored. Agent Mahone tracks Michael's credit card to a storage facility in Oswego, but quickly figures out that one of Michael's tattoos holds the real location. Michael's tattoo "Ripe Chance Woods" is a clue pointing to a cemetery where Michael has items buried in the grave of "E. Chance Woods." Just two steps behind, Agent Mahone arrives at the scene just as the inmates have gathered what they need. In the meantime, T-Bag discovers a veterinary clinic and forces the Vet to re-attach his severed hand. Dr. Sarah Tancredi recovers from her overdose. Inside her purse, she finds an origami swan left for her by Michael with a message, "There's a plan to make all of this right", and a code. The code is a series of numbers which reads 3221243324 for the first line, 4221312231 for the second, and 23133121 for the third. Veronica locates Terrance Steadman in Montana, and finds that the doors are locked from the outside, holding him hostage (albeit willingly). Veronica calls 911, and then talks to Lincoln and tells him what she has learned. Employees of The Company arrive and kill Veronica for having unraveled their plot and for having found Steadman. Lincoln hears Veronica's final words as she dies, and is consumed with grief. Mahone studies Michael's tattoos, and feels that they are the key to finding the escapees.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Robin Tunney ... Veronica Donovan

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman (credit only)

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Jeff Perry ... Terrence Steadman

Marc Macaulay ... Mr. Ives
Ranjit Chowdhry ... Dr. Marvin Gudat

Katherine Willis ... FBI Agent Foley

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Louis Patterson

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)
Laura Wade ... Syd, Tattoo Artist (as Laura Scott Wade)

Terry Dale Parks ... C.O. Rivers (as Terry Parks)

Jason Davis ... FBI Agent Wheeler

Charles Baker ... Camper Guy

Stuart Greer ... Hunter

Tammy Nguyen ... Nurse

Carlisle Studer ... Grace
Rommel Sulit ... Doctor #1
John McIntosh ... Doctor #2

Lawrence Varnado ... C.O. #1

Timothy Walter ... C.O. #4

Marcus Lyle Brown ... Fed #1

Steven Chester Prince ... Agent Blondie

Brian Scott Hunt ... High School Kid (as Brian Hunt)
Melissa Cutler ... Anchorwoman
Steve M. Clark ... Illinois State Trooper (uncredited)
Steve Cochran ... Cameraman (uncredited)

Craig Cole ... FBI Agent Eric Houle (uncredited)

Larry Jack Dotson ... Reporter (uncredited)
Bob Fanucchi ... Man on Bicycle (uncredited)
Todd Peters ... State Trooper (uncredited)

Michael J. Rowbottom ... News Cameraman (uncredited)

Daniel Sanchez ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Roger Schwermer Jr. ... Reporter (uncredited)
Jennifer Toppan ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Otis

28 August 2006
The F.B.I agent Mahone decides to use L.J to get to Michael and Lincoln by cutting a deal with him and making him trick the two fugitives into revealing their location. Michael and Lincoln decide there's only one thing they can do, rescue L.J in a daring raid at the county jail. Only one problem though, Mahone is personally guarding L.J and won't let him out of his sight.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman (credit only)

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi (credit only)

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi

Lane Garrison ... David 'Tweener' Apolskis

Matt DeCaro ... Roy Geary

Brandon Smith ... Ed Pavelka

Marc Macaulay ... Mr. Ives
Ranjit Chowdhry ... Dr. Marvin Gudat

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope

Kristin Malko ... Debra Jean Belle

Carolyn Wickwire ... Bellick's Mom

David Maldonado ... Bailiff (as Dave Maldonado)

Jack O'Donnell ... Upscale Man
Darius Safavi ... College Student
Michele Renee ... Ticket Agent (as Michelle Renee)

Chamblee Ferguson ... Roy
Julius Washington ... C.O. #1

Kelly O'Neil Jackson ... Courthouse C.O. (as Kelly Jackson)

Michael Trevino ... Alley Cop (as Mike Trevino)

Winston West ... Cop #1
Riley Chambers ... Fox River Correctional Officer (scenes deleted)

Charles Assiff ... Cop in Hardware Store (uncredited)

Ron Bath ... Bus Station Traveler (uncredited)
Chad Ford ... Nosy Motorist (uncredited)
Ashley Fourcand ... College Student (uncredited)
Brian Nicholas ... Courthouse Attorney (uncredited)
Adrian Stone ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Craig Taylor ... Guy with Newspaper (uncredited)
Jennifer Toppan ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
John Weeks ... Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Scan

4 September 2006
With hospitals and clinics under surveillance, Michael brings Lincoln to Nika's home to heal his wounded leg. Then he returns to the place where he parked his Accord and finds that the car has been towed. Meanwhile agent Mahone retrieves Michael's backpack with his passport from a vagrant that broke the rear window of Michael's car to steal the backpack. Michael goes to Brewster Towing yard to recover his car. Meanwhile Sucre finds that Maricruz will marry Hector in a couple of days and he heads to New York in a stolen car. Sara is arrested and her father visits her, pays her bail and orders her to tell a fake version about the incident in Fox River since he will be the next Vice-President of United States. Later she goes to rehabilitation where Kellerman is pretending to be an addicted patient. C-Note schedules a meeting with his wife, but his conversation is bugged by agent Mahone. Bellick and Geary meet each other by chance and later they team-up to get the US$ 400,000.00 reward for capturing Michael and Lincoln. They go to Fox River and Bellick interrogates Manche Sanchez, who discloses the plan of the fugitives. Michael and Lincoln forge a car accident to escape from Mahone, but they do not see that Bellick and Geary are in their tail.

Season 2, Episode 4: First Down

11 September 2006
Michael, Linc, and Nika are captured by Bellick and Geary, who intend to retrieve Westmoreland's money in Utah. Tweener continues his drive with Debra Jean. Abruzzi is reunited with his wife and children and is set to flee the country with them, but decides to take care of Fibonacci first. T-Bag has a close call with the police at a Nebraska gas station, and then poses as a Marine who lost his hand in Iraq. Mahone waits for confirmation of the deaths of Michael and Linc in the car explosion, and meanwhile gets a lead on one of the other fugitives. Kellerman (posing as a recovering addict named Lance) befriends Sara.

Season 2, Episode 5: Map 1213

18 September 2006
Michael and Linc arrive in Tooele, but the map they need to locate the double-K ranch is missing. They run into T-Bag and Tweener, who have also come to Tooele for Westmoreland's money. Meanwhile, C-Note makes his way by train toward Tooele. Sucre reaches Las Vegas and attempts to halt the wedding of Maricruz and Hector. Sara invites Kellerman to her apartment, believing he is harmless. At the FBI office in Chicago, Mahone reviews files recovered from Michael's hard drive, and begins to piece things together.

Season 2, Episode 6: Subdivision

25 September 2006
Mahone arrives in Salt Lake City, trying to locate exactly where in Utah the escapees are. Michael and Linc hatch a plan with T-Bag and Tweener that will enable them to dig in the right place. C-Note and Sucre meet on the highway and head toward Tooele. Kellerman, in Washington, D.C., briefs Kim. Governor Tancredi phones Sara with a warning.

Season 2, Episode 7: Buried

2 October 2006
Michael's plan has hit a snag when the home owner's daughter, a cop, arrives. Mahone argues with Lyle Sands about how to proceed, but ultimately hopes that Tweener, in FBI custody, will reveal the location of the other escapees. Sara is now suspicious of Kellerman, so he tries something different to find Lincoln Burrows. In an Arizona detention facility, L.J. finds out he's to be released the next day; Linc drives to get him. Haywire, in Wisconsin, steals supplies from a camping shop.

Season 2, Episode 8: Dead Fall

23 October 2006
In his efforts to try to get hold of all of the money Sucre runs into some unexpected difficulties. And Captain Bellick and his partner have not given up on finding their old inmates.

Season 2, Episode 9: Unearthed

30 October 2006
Michael tries to retrieve an item from Blanding Botanical Garden in Utah, but Mahone's people got to it first. Mahone believes that someone on his team is leaking information to the press; meanwhile Michael does some research on Mahone at an Internet café, then makes a trip to Durango, Colorado, to see a woman there. Linc and L.J. are on the road in Arizona. C-Note is in Chicago, and Agent Lang tries to use his wife to capture him. Bellick and Geary phone C.O. Patterson, at Fox River, to get information on where they should look for T-Bag. Sara is at a motel in Elgin, Illinois, trying to crack Michael's code. T-Bag arrives in Tribune, Kansas, for (as he puts it) "romance". Kellerman is on the trail of Sara.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre (credit only)

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Matt DeCaro ... Roy Geary

Callie Thorne ... Pam Mahone

Barbara Eve Harris ... FBI Agent Felicia Lang

Jason Davis ... FBI Agent Wheeler

Cynthia Kaye McWilliams ... Kacee Franklin
Helena Klevorn ... Dede Franklin

Andra Fuller ... Trey

Tuffy Questell ... Flam (as Tuffy Questall)
Sam Pleasant ... Jay (as Samson Pleasant)
Paul Ramses ... Chris

Reece Rios ... Botanical Garden Volunteer
Marc Pouhe ... Garden Patron
Suzi McLaughlin ... Flower Shopkeep
Cameron Cobb ... Junior Lackey
Cliff Stephens ... Counter Customer

Nicole Leigh ... Waitress
Russell Reynolds ... Fed #1
Kristin McCollum ... Thrift Shop Clerk

Joe Nemmers ... Station Cop

Scott Edward Logan ... Car Cop
Jesse De Luna ... Clean Hands Gardener
Beth Wilson ... Reporter #1

Jeffrey Schmidt ... Reporter #2
Bradley Johnson ... Volunteer #2

Ron Bath ... Ticket Agent (uncredited)

Danielle Campbell ... Gracey Hollander (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert F. Cawley ... Train Passenger (uncredited)
Steve M. Clark ... Garden Visitor (uncredited)

Craig Cole ... FBI Agent Eric Houle (uncredited)
K.K. Dodds ... Susan Hollander (archive footage) (uncredited)

Brad Hartliep ... Lost Caller (uncredited)

Liz Mikel ... Correctional Officer (uncredited)

Donna Sue Nickason ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Daniel Sanchez ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Quinn Wermeling ... Zack Hollander (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Rendezvous

6 November 2006
Captain Bellick tortures T-Bag for the money during which T-Bag swallows the key and Bellick uses dirty tricks to get the key out.Bellick and Mac leave T-Bag on the boundary of the police.Sarah and Michael Scofield meet,but they are constantly chased by Alexander Mahone.Michael gets close to Mahone's helplessness.Meanwhile Lincoln Burrows and LJ are rescued by Lincon's dad but they are still not shielded from the dirty political games. Sucre tries to contact Maricruz but that plan fails because of the state police doing rounds.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin (credit only)

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Matt DeCaro ... Roy Geary

Tony Denison ... Aldo Burrows

Kristin Lehman ... Jane Phillips

Kurt Caceres ... Hector Avila

Reggie Lee ... Bill Kim

Barbara Eve Harris ... FBI Agent Felicia Lang

Jason Davis ... FBI Agent Wheeler

Bill Wise ... Sundown Hotel Guy
Rachel Loera ... Theresa Delgado

Tanner Gill ... Other Cop

Yesenia Garcia ... Kalinda

Scott Edward Logan ... Car Cop
Ron Tatar ... Gila Hotel Manager

Matthew Tompkins ... Leon (as Matthew Stephen Tompkins)

Brad Hawkins ... Tough Guy #2

Ron Bath ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)

Robert F. Cawley ... Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Steve M. Clark ... Arizona Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
Wade Couturiaux ... FBI Forensics Detective (uncredited)

Daniel Sanchez ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Jennifer Toppan ... Crime Scene Investigator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Bolshoi Booze

13 November 2006
In Maljamar, New Mexico, Michael takes what he needs from a sporting-goods store, then has a crisis of conscience. In Tribune, Kansas, T-Bag narrowly escapes the police but has to leave his hand behind. In Trinidad, Colorado, the three Burrowses discuss politics, but face an unexpected threat. In Gila, New Mexico, Kellerman ties up Sara and resolves to get what he needs from her. Mahone meets Kim for the first time. Bellick receives treatment for the blow to his forehead, and interacts with a local police detective.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin (credit only)

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Matt DeCaro ... Roy Geary

Callie Thorne ... Pam Mahone

Tony Denison ... Aldo Burrows

Kristin Lehman ... Jane Phillips

José Zúñiga ... Coyote (as Jose Zuniga)

Reggie Lee ... Bill Kim

Romy Rosemont ... Detective Kathryn Slattery

Jason Davis ... FBI Agent Wheeler

Luis Olmeda ... Carlos

Rey Hernandez ... Ernesto
Arturo Byrd ... Cop #1
Devin Jacobson ... EMT #1

Norman Bennett ... Proprietor
Vince Davis ... Priest

Matthew Tompkins ... Leon (as Matthew Stephen Tompkins)
Shannon Hughes ... Mona - Hooker
Monet Johnson ... Nikki - Hooker (as Mone't Johnson)
Kiley Wirtz ... Princess - Hooker
Haven Powers ... Nurse

Brad Hawkins ... Tough Guy #2
James LaMarr ... NSA Analyst
Russell Reynolds ... FBI Agent
Megan Henderson ... Fox News Anchor

Craig Cole ... FBI Agent Eric Houle (uncredited)

Michael Cudlitz ... Correctional Officer Robert 'Bob' Hudson (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Heard ... Governor Frank Tancredi (uncredited)

Stacy Keach ... Warden Henry Pope (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jeffrey S. Parkerson ... Federal Agent (uncredited)

Daniel Sanchez ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Diana Scarwid ... Jeanette Owens (archive footage) (uncredited)

Holly Valance ... Nika Volek (archive footage) (uncredited)

Muse Watson ... Charles Westmoreland (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Disconnect

20 November 2006
Picking up from where we left off, Sucre, Michael, Linc, and Aldo are together, with Mahone on their trail. Sara is face-down in the bathtub as Kellerman prepares to dispose of her body. C-Note is in Harvey, North Dakota with Kacee and Dede, who needs her medication. In Tribune, Kansas, Detective Slattery questions Bellick.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Killing Box

27 November 2006
In Kansas T-Bag assaults and presumably kills a veteran and steals his prosthetic hand. He singles out an employee of the post office named Denise and romances her. In order to locate his ex-girlfriend (Susan Hollander) who turned him into the authorities, T-Bag lies and convinces the post officer worker to give him Susan's address. Just as she provides him with the information, Denise spots his wanted poster on the post office wall, and T-Bag kills her. In Kansas, Susan opens her door and finds T-Bag standing there. Faced with a potential death penalty sentence, Bellick takes a plea deal and agrees to serve time for Geary's murder, if he can do it at Fox River. After his transfer, the former C.O. discovers the new warden has taken a harsh approach to the treatment of the inmates, and Bellick will not be afforded any special treatment. Sent to gen-pop , Bellick meets his new cell mate, Avocado. Sara desperately attempts to contact Michael, but sees his capture reported on the national news. Aware that she's on her own, Sara changes her appearance by cutting and dying her hair, and throws out her real identification. Sucre's plane is shot down by the US military, but he parachutes to safety in the desert. The pilot of the plane, however, dies when his chute fails so no one knows Sucre is still alive as he heads to find Maricruz. At gun point, Agent Mahone prepares to kill Michael and Lincoln, but the border patrol arrives and interrupts his plan. The brothers are taken to a holding facility, and Agent Kim orders Mahone to kill them. Agent Kellerman pleads for his job back, and Kim receives hand written instructions from a mysterious person hidden in the shadows. Kellerman initiates a plan to ambush Michael and Lincoln in Albuquerque as they are transferred back to Fox River. Agent Kim tells Mahone about the plan and orders him to assassinate Kellerman when the convoy is stopped. Just as planned, the convoy is stopped in a tunnel by a jack-knifed semi. Michael and Lincoln realize it's a trap but the two decide to make a break for it anyway. The brothers run through small access tunnels, and are chased by Mahone. Trapped between Mahone and Kellerman, Michael and Lincoln can travel no further. In a surprising move, Kellerman shoots Mahone, and offers the brothers an opportunity to uncover the truth and expose President Reynold's and The Company's conspiracy.

Season 2, Episode 14: John Doe

22 January 2007
Linc and Michael have decided to take the keys and escape, figuring at least they'll go down fighting. FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone chased them while staying in contact with Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman who suddenly shot Mahone and gave the brothers a ride because he wants revenge on the White House; Linc wants his instead, but is offered the location of Terence Steadman. T-bag visits his wife, who tells him the children think he's their Uncle Teddy on an oil rig, but he moves in; when his wife gets the gun, he attacks her and son Zach him, so he turns the home into a private prison. In prison, former boss Bellick, who naively had made a deal in order to do his time in Illinois, shivers in general population among the prisoners he abused and their mates, he has none as the new warden sees him as an example of his new, clean ship; he soon realizes there's no pleasing them, and tries hitting hard; a loyal guard warns him the night shift is on his enemies side as he treated them badly. Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin tries to save his Kacee who is in custody, advising her to put all the blame on him; after hearing how scared his girl is, he asks one of his friends for help to run while she's on bail but the judge refuses bail. Mahone awakes in hospital, and reports to Kim on Kellerman's betrayal and the brothers' escape, which is hitting the TV news, but refuses to play anymore, even if that means jail; when his wife Pam phones their son is hurt he rushes out for Colorado, but is stopped to hear it's a warning to force him back in line; however he is trough doing Kim's bidding and shoots his man. Kim calls Steadman's bodyguards: he must be evacuated to a safe house as Kellerman knows his residence, but he is already there with the brothers- Kims orders to kill everyone, but only the FBI men are shot; Kellerman explains Steadman is made unrecognizable, including plastic surgery, so their only option is to get him to Washington, where FBI agents who know can still make the truth stick. Michael decides instead to turn himself in while informing the press, despite Kellermans gun aimed at him, but Steadman prefers to commit suicide, and his corps is worthless for the brothers.

Season 2, Episode 15: The Message

29 January 2007
In Cutback, Montana, Kellerman lures the police and Michael and Lincoln abduct the cameraman Greg of Fox News and succeed in escaping from the siege. Michael and Lincoln decide to tape a message to be released in the Breaking News. Mahone is back in Chicago and analyzing the message; he interrogates Greg and he tells that he had overheard Michael tell that they should cover 460 miles in six hours. Mahone deducts that they intend to meet President Caroline in Denver. Wheeler discusses with Mahone and yells that the internal affair asked him to follow all moves of Mahone. Bellick is badly wounded in the infirmary of Fox River. Sucre befriends an old passenger in a bus to Ixtapa; however the driver asks him to leave the bus in a small town and Sucre robs the Volkswagen of the old man. In Algoma, Winsconsin, Haywire befriends a young couple and the girl has bruises on her arm; she tells that her abusive drunken father uses to beat her.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (credit only)

Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin (credit only)

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Silas Weir Mitchell ... Charles 'Haywire' Patoshik

Reggie Lee ... Bill Kim

Kaley Cuoco ... Sasha

Leo Marks ... Greg Rydenour

Ismael 'East' Carlo ... Old Mexican Man

Barbara Eve Harris ... FBI Agent Felicia Lang

Leon Russom ... General Jonathan Krantz

Jason Davis ... FBI Agent Wheeler

DuShon Monique Brown ... Nurse Katie Welch (as DuShon Brown)

Daniel Ross Owens ... Matt (as Daniel Ross)
Anthony Fleming ... Trumpets
Maria Fonseca Sotolongo ... Reporter (as Maria Sotolongo)

Paul Wright ... Sasha's Father (as Paul Mitchell Wright)

Korey Simeone ... Techie

Darryl Cox ... Behaviorist

Chris Freihofer ... Agent Montana
Ruben G. Rojas ... Federale (as Ruben Rojas)

Steve Barnes ... Agent Drucker

Ed Spila ... Cop #1

David Garza ... Faretaker
Steve Eagar ... Fox News Anchor
J.J. Echavarria ... Bus Driver (as Johnny Echavarria)

Rosa Nichols ... Admin Nurse

Craig Cole ... FBI Agent Eric Houle (uncredited)

Lane Garrison ... David 'Tweener' Apolskis (uncredited)
Pattie James ... Journalist (uncredited)

Jeff Perry ... Terrence Steadman (uncredited)

Daniel Sanchez ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Peter Stormare ... John Abruzzi (uncredited)

Patricia Wettig ... President Caroline Reynolds (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Chicago

5 February 2007
Sara meets Michael and Lincoln in a train station in Evansville, Indiana; when she sees Kellerman with them, she becomes disturbed and upset. Kellerman tells that she has a key of a private cigar club in Chicago. Caroline calls Kellerman and he tells that he is heading to Chicago by train, and she promises his life back, inclusive the chief of staff position. T-Bag tells Susan that they are passing through an "adjustment period" in their lives; when she tells him that she will have a guest called Patty Wallace, T-Bag welcomes Patty with a magnificent family brunch and uses the strong father figure to discipline Zack, seducing the guest with his charm and attitude. Wheeler is reporting the actions of Mahone to the FBI Headquarter and they find that Haywire killed a man in Algoma, Wisconsin. Mahone visits Bellick in River Fox, releases him using a habeas-corpus to make his dirty work, and gives a car, a pistol and an FBI badge to the despicable man. Bellick chases and traps Haywire, and waits for Mahone. In Benson, Minnesota, C-Note and Dede are leaving a snack bar when an addicted thief announces a heist. When Kellerman sees a road block on the train, he realizes that he was betrayed.

Season 2, Episode 17: Bad Blood

19 February 2007
Michael Schofield and Sara Tancredi fail to get the tape from the Corona de Oro cigar club in Chicago, where security was at the ready, and turn to former warden Henry Pope, a club member, but he wants to call the police, so Michael draws his gun and hands it over to prove his veracity; Sarah convinces him to go in with her late fathers humidor key- he finds a computer memory stick. In Mexico, Fernando Sucre has car trouble and gets a ride- from an Ixtapa airport security employee, who sees his wanted-poster just after they parted at the airport, so he must run with his bride. T-bag and his forced-along family find his own house vandalized and looted except for the family bible, which arouses in him youth memories of his perverted father, and assures Suzy he wants their love and is happy to be infertile, her bloodline should take the Bagwells's place; when she refuses he locks them up, considers ax-murdering but just leaves them behind. FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone has tracked down Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin and his daughter, but lets them escape in a bus rather then shoot the kid; C-Note brings her to a doctor, worried about the kidney disease PKD, but won't allow inserting a catheter, rather turns himself in to Mahone, who is with his own boy in Colorado, and makes a deal to get him Schofield. Pope is out of the club, but is greeted at the entrance by Secret Service Special Agent William 'Bill' Kim, whom only Paul Kellerman, watching from a roof with Linc, knows at sight; Michael drives over Kim and gets away with Pope, Sarah and Linc, locking Kellerman out. When Michael tells the others he's prepared to honor his promise to Pope -which the others didn't know about- to turn himself in for his help, Henry hands him the stick and lets them go.

Season 2, Episode 18: Wash

26 February 2007
Captain Brad Bellick walks in the FBI office demanding Mahone pays him. Michael and his companions are impressed with the recordings on the stick, but it only helps if Kellerman's contacts in Washington use it right, notably high Justice official Cooper Green, who accepts to meet and cooperates, but is tailed by Kim's men. Linc calls his boy L.J., who refuses to give up his relatively normal life till further notice. Sarah meets Bruce Bennett. Bellick tries to bribe Sucre's incarcerated cousin into betraying his Mexican whereabouts. T-Bag finds therapist Dr. Stammel who looks like him, and murders him to steal his identity. Mahone is ordered to dispose of C-note for good once Kim believes he has Schofield; he promises to keep taking care of C-note's family, but only if he uses the content of a package he'll send to his cell- a noose. Sarah is too late calling Linc the real Cooper Green is in his office, but Michael tricks the fake one who pretended to be asthmatic just in time and knocks him down. Paul Kellerman visits his sister Kristine. Fernando Sucre is in heaven in bed with Maricruz Delgado when their baby kicks. The real Cooper Green could help with the tape, but then finds the memory stick has the copy date, not the recording date without which it is not admissible as proof, only to blackmail the president into signing a pardon.

Season 2, Episode 19: Sweet Caroline

5 March 2007
C-note has jumped with the noose around his neck, but is saved by jailers; he has Mahone told he'll still do it. At a Chicago hotel, president Caroline Reynolds is expected for a speech. Michael sends the real Cooper Green away and agrees a meeting point with Linc and Sarah. Mahone enters Sarah's room and only pretends to fail looking under the bed to trap her, she pretends the brothers left her. In Mexico, T-bag finds Bellick is waiting at the luggage conveyor and must get his from the service side, but the laborer he knocks down falls onto it, so he must run. Lincoln surprises his old mate Derrick Sweeney and calls a favor: three tickets on a freighter for Panama. Kellerman is in position to shoot the fiendish president, but when she's in his sight Michael gets arrested just after shaking her hand, and is interrogated by Kim who demands to be left alone with him, to ask where Linc is, then tries literally to beat it out of him; the president barges in and sends Kim out just when he was about to shoot Michael; he tells her the tape is a delicate conversation she had with her brother after his 'death', and he still has copies at twenty locations. Fernando sees on TV T-bag is in Mexico and was videotaped trying to steal, so he deduces the $5,000,000 must be around and tells Maricruz he'll be right back; at his return only Bellick is there, armed and cuffs Sucre, in order to collect the reward, so Fernando offers to share the $5,000,000 by finding T-bag. Sarah guesses right Mahone is on an addictive drug. Caroline calls Linc, who plays the tape which proves her brother was alive on the isle of Terrence and hated conspiring with her Linc's faked conviction; Michael tells her about his suicide and dares her to make a decision: let him walk and sign a pardon for both brothers the very day, on live TV; Kim fails to stop him being released and walking out. When the phone rings, Sarah surprises Mahone and escapes- actually he arranged this and has her followed. Kim talks to a grim man in power; Reynolds announces on TV she has a malignant cancer and resigns immediately.

Season 2, Episode 20: Panama

19 March 2007
Now Caroline Reynolds has stepped down as president, she can no longer sign a pardon, so the brothers must immediately disappear, forever. At the pier, Sarah realizes she's being tailed and pretends on the phone already to be on board, so they sail without her while she is arrested; Lincoln stops Michael from returning for her. A week later, an FBI big-whig offers C-note a lesser sentence for testimony against Mahone, even freedom and witness protection for his family- bingo. Fernando grabs Bellick's gun while looking for T-bag, but he shows a crucifix to prove he has Maricruz. The scumbag enjoys his fortune with a street whore playing his Susan-Q. The brothers arrive at Cristobal, Panama; meanwhile Malone's team figures out Schofield's tattoos refer to Michael's mother Christina, presumably dead, and he presumes his computer contained much info on Panama for a reason. The man in power grills Kim on a small boat, and decides to change the strategy. Mahone sees trough FBI-colleague Wheeler. C-note is reunited with his family and released. The brothers have a fight, torn by guilt for too many innocent people suffering trough their well-meant deeds, then board a yacht, named- Christina. Mahone tells Kim he's not happy with the results as he remains separated from his family, but is told he now needs help to escape, and therefore must go to Mexico- to help T-bag... [last bit not summarized].

Season 2, Episode 21: Fin del camino

26 March 2007
Linc finds Michael is gone from their Christina Rose yacht after receiving Sucre's message (also intercepted by Mahone, who thinks to have found his way out) scary scumbag T-bag is in Panama City's Fin del Camino hotel with the money. A fire-cracker he pays a local boy to plant shows Michael Mahone's two plants on the plaza, but Bellick pulls his gun at him, accompanied by Fernando who denies sending the message- Schofield smells a trap and states their goals: money for Bellick, Maricruz for Sucre, T-bag for him, then reminds Fernando in private Maricruz is his legitimate priority, not revenge. Sarah Tancredi's trial proceeds, and the judge allows showing Michael's tape clearing her; her lawyer advises to take a twelve year plea, in effect nine years in hard security. When T-bag leaves Mahone's two men tail him, followed by the escapee trio, then Mahone, who is suddenly attacked by Lincoln who calls him the murderer of his dad. The trio surprises and disarms Mahone's duo which carries no FBI-identification, and next T-bag, but hears police sirens outside. After lining up his medals and putting on his uniform, Paul Kellerman shoots himself in the head, but his pistol jams; his sister insists it's a sign to make a new start in life; he goes testify on Sarah's behalf. Instead of money, Fernando finds a girl shot, T-bag makes a run past Bellick while police forces entry; Michael and Sucre follow over the fire escape, a car slightly running over him causes T-bag to be caught again; he deals with Michael to trade his escape -without the money- for information but Schofield decides to dump him at the embassy; the monster finds a screw driver, stabs Fernando and thus causes a car crash, allowing him to run with his precious backpack; Sucre insists Michael runs after him in a palm wood, till he makes a stand with a knife; a broken bottle allows a fight, in no time Michael has the knife on T-bag's throat, who taunts him but still gets stabbed- in the arm, so the police can easily take him in. . .

Season 2, Episode 22: Sona

2 April 2007
Only back at the yacht, Michael notices Lincoln is gone and calls him- Alex Mahone tells him Linc is no cold-blooded killer, so he was overpowered and hand-cuffed, and the ransom is the yacht and the fortune he assumes to be in it, to be agreed in five minutes, now Mahone is even more wanted then the brothers. Kellerman's self-incriminating testimony and documents he brings get all charges against Sarah and Lincoln dropped, him arrested. Mahone calls Kim to fly over immediately. Alex calls his wife, to make her bring the kids for a holiday in her native Colombia, at Cartegena. Despite 30% blood-loss Fernado leaves hospital to report missing Bellick, who is already in jail and gets T-bag's company. Vendor Chaco gets Michael introduced to a local yacht owner to whom he suggests collecting the $100,000 reward on his head, then makes a better offer. Mahone called the police intending to frame the brothers for his intended murder on 'an Asian', but Michael refuses to hand over the money and Kim turns up early, with armed back-up; Mahone runs but is arrested. Kellerman knows the situation he is involved in, and expects to be assasined (unless we are towards a plot surprise,) so his transport to prison is arranged to get car trouble and a masked man shoots him. Chaco delivers to the brothers, who got away with the money and intended to run and never look back, a crummy boat with a priceless surprise: Sarah and the great news for Linc, with good hope for Michael. Just then Kim turns up, refuses the money, aims at Linc- and is shot by Sarah; the police arrives, chasing and trapping the trio- Michael takes the gun and pretends to take Sarah hostage, then lets himself be arrested and locked up in Sona. Malone calls his wife to forget he ever existed- from jail. T-bag expected to be released as agreed reward for baiting the brothers, but the man he hoped to bring him the good news says getting caught broke the deal.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Orientación

17 September 2007
Michael is once again imprisoned, but now in SONA (Panama), together with T-Bag, Mahone and Bellick. The prison is solely ruled by inmates, whose local prison-lord Lechero feels threatened by Scofield's 'fame'. Lincoln tries legal means to get Michael transferred, and gets a call from a relative. Both receive the same message, through different canals, presumably from Bill Kim's organization.

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre (credit only)

Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Chris Vance ... James Whistler

Robert Wisdom ... Lechero

Danay Garcia ... Sofia Lugo

Jodi Lyn O'Keefe ... Susan B. Anthony

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Laurence Mason ... Sammy

Carlo Alban ... McGrady

Cullen Douglas ... Sapo

Marshall Allman ... LJ Burrows

Crystal Mantecon ... Sister Mary Francis
Charles Van Eman ... American Consul

Sala Baker ... World

John S. Davies ... Elliott Pike

Manny Rubio ... Nieves

Curtis Wayne ... Cheo

Anthony Escobar ... Grave Digger
David Kronawitter ... Assistant Consul
Davi Jay ... Papo
Nick Lopez ... Newbie #1
Romante Archer ... Panamanian Inmate
Eduardo Renteria ... Maitre 'D

Mike Seal ... Octavio (as Michael Seal)
Alan T. Coleman ... Lechero's Man #2
Mo Deja ... Military Guard

Josh Tessier ... Marcel

Flavio Hinojosa ... Mess Worker

Lawrence Varnado ... Constable Itzuris
Wyndll Robertson ... Tower Guard
Jennifer Toppan ... Sara

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Dr. Sara Tancredi (archive footage)
Scott Challgren ... Sona Inmate #143 (uncredited)

Lane Garrison ... David 'Tweener' Apolskis (archive footage) (uncredited)

Danny Pardo ... Panamanian Commander (uncredited)

Steven Chester Prince ... Agent Blondie (archive footage) (uncredited)

Callie Thorne ... Pam Mahone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Fire/Water

24 September 2007
After Michael gets bad news from Linc, he sets out to find a prisoner named James Whistler, who holds the key to his freedom. That's easier said than done: James Whistler is hiding in Sona because there's a price on his head, and Lechero is not about to help Michael find him. In addition, both Mahone and Bellick want to get to Whistler too. Meanwhile, T-Bag won't allow a little humiliation stop him from insinuating himself into Lechero's good graces.

Season 3, Episode 3: Call Waiting

1 October 2007
Lincoln tries to save LJ and Sara. But he can't. Meanwhile, Michael has a phone conversation with Sara. And Lincoln gets a call from Susan B. saying that she put something in the garage for him.

Season 3, Episode 4: Good Fences

8 October 2007
Aftermath of Sara's death, Lincoln decides not to tell about it to Michael. Susan B. told Lincoln that if he does something wrong again, she's going to send pieces from LJ to him. Meanwhile, Sucre got a job in Sona. And Sofia starts to help Linc.

Season 3, Episode 5: Interference

22 October 2007
A test with a rat proves the tower snipers are very good, so Michael figures breaking out with Whistler within 24 hours has to be at 3 PM, during a distracting soccer game. Sucre accepts $5,000 from a limousine man to smuggle a package into Sona. Linc is to arrange transport outside, but gets turned away roughly by an army patrol at two miles with Marisol in her car, then tells her Sara has already been killed, he keeps it from Michael as L.J. is his ultimate priority. New prisoner Andrew Tyge is robbed to his boxers at arrival, and warned off by Alexander Mahone after snooping around Michael and Whistler, who plan an electric signal disturbance device to distract the guard tower. Before they can make a move, a reflection from Michael's televisor is spotted: the troops move in and find it in his cell, he admits it's his; when the commander is about to shoot him, Whistler says it's his for birdwatching, and proves it showing the ornithology book Linc couldn't hold on to. Tyge identifies Whistler, who denies, as Macfaddyen, Nice 1997...

Season 3, Episode 6: Photo Finish

5 November 2007
Tyge tells Michael he and 'Mcfadden' where co-employees in a Nice hotel, Mahone worries he keeps observing Whistler. Having to re-plan hastily, Michael tells Linc to drug the second guard's coffee wherever he goes for lunch, and demands pictures of L.J. and Sara before he escapes. Mahone refuses a term reduction to 8 years for testimony against the government and Burrow's conspiracy: now he faces life. Tyge is stabbed dead, Lechero questions Menudo 'McGrady' and has Whistler dragged away for confession. Michael believes Mahone and Bellick's denials; T-bag offers Michael to use a ring he stole from Sammy, his rival for Lechero's confidence, to frame him for Tyge's stabbing, but Michael finds the murder knife under Mahone's bed and goes denounce Alex to Lechero, only he just walks out after accepting a 4 years deal with US Justice, Lechero administers justice his way... Linc and Sofia succeed in the drugging, but Susan finds out the brothers had a different timing planned, gets no recent pictures, Linc confesses Sara's death, Michael makes a drastic decision...

Season 3, Episode 7: Vamonos

5 November 2007
Alexander Mahone is assured all he has to do is tell the truth, enjoying full immunity. Michael tells Whistler their row is part of a diversion, the escape is now or never, before the guard's coffee drug wears off. Just when the critical sun reflexion blinds the other tower guard, they must wait and hide till Sammy has passed, but get trough the cut bars. Lechero sees them climb down and back in -time ran out- but refuses to allow them to cancel their duel to the death in the courtyard, meant as a diversion fake announcement. Sofia draws a gun at Linc to prevent him turning over James Whistler to killers, he retorts that's condemning innocent L.J. to death. Guards wake the passed-out guard, see the climbing rope and move in, the colonel shoots a random prisoner 'for not telling' and exposes his deal with Lechero, questioning if he's the right man for the job. Hearing the Sona siren, Linc flees by car and lies he has the 'escapees' in the trunk when called by Susan, but an inside contact phones her: the roll-count was complete. Sucre stops her van by crashing into it, but even when Linc holds her at gun-point her accomplice won't trade L.J., he releases her and gets a short extension to find out what happened. Failing a hearing, Malone now believes Justice official Richard Sullins is setting him up to confess. Michael is dragged before Lechero, but not to be punished, he's ordered to take the fallen boss along when he and Whistler escape! Susan asks instructions from Whistler, he tells her -as Gretchen- to give the brothers four more days.

Season 3, Episode 8: Bang and Burn

12 November 2007
Lincoln tells Michael that they have four more days to rescue Whistler, but Michael is upset with his brother that used him. Gretchen has a meeting with General and they decide to use power to release Whistler in an operation called "Bang and Burn"; later she asks Whistler to kill Michael. In Sona, the guards reinforce the bars in the windows, and Michael tells Lechero that this way it will be difficult to break-out. Sammy requests more men to Lechero to keep Sona under control. Sofia receives a call from Whistler's mysterious landlord telling that he has some "insurance papers" from her boyfriend; however, the Company intercepts the conversation. When Sofia receives the documents, she finds a passport of Whistler in the name of Gary Miller. But Gretchen arrives and takes the documents. Mahone tells Agent Lang how he killed Shales and then he addicted in pills, and asks her to get some drugs for him otherwise he will not be able to speak in the hearing. T-Bag gives a message from Lechero with the blueprint of his cell with a hidden door and an access code. Whistler is ready to stab Michael when Lechero arrives and he hides the knife. Michael asks McGrady to request his father to call Lincoln and tell him: "-Don't come home for dinner." Mahone fails in the hearing and is sent back to Sona. Lincoln, Sucre and Sofia are attacked by the Company's agents and the brothers realize that something is happening, i.e., the Company does not need them anymore. When the "Bang and Burn" Operation begins, Michael catches Whistler and Gretchen fails in her intent. The command of Sona captures Michael for the attempt of breaking-out.

Season 3, Episode 9: Boxed In

14 January 2008
After the helicopter failed to break out Whistler, Sona's new commander, Panamanian general Zavala, decides to make Michael talk by putting him into the sun-exposed isolation hot-box, promises to help in exchange for the truth, verifies the L.J-situation and is told it's about Whistler, who already realized the tunnel is a no-go without engineer Scofield but denies blatantly to Zavala- and is threatened with torture until he admits to collaborating with Michael, who convinces him next to give up Gretchen Morgen's name. Linc was meanwhile shown L.J., alive, as motivation. Mahone is back in Sona, desperate without his drug. T-bag and his allies are mainly concerned with Lechero's expected succession and another bare-knuckle fight, won by Brad Bellick. Gretchen recruits Sucre as a double spy (or triple for Linc); then Zavala arrests and tortures her. Only Whistler's admission makes her admit L.J.'s kidnapping and leads them there, but manages to kill the general and escape. Michael and Whistler are returned to general population, Mahone and Bagwel join the tunnel escape party. Sucré's mystery smuggle-employer now calls on Sammy to open the package- a gun.

Season 3, Episode 10: Dirt Nap

21 January 2008
Papa is dead and Sammy presses Lechero to kill Michael; Lechero replies that he also wants Michael dead, but he does not want an uprising in Sona. Mahone receives a mail with a picture of his son. Lechero, Michael, Mahone, Whistler and T-Bag inspect the hole in the tunnel and Michael requests a saw and hammer to support the tunnel. Sammy takes the power of Sona with the pistol delivered by Augusto and other three gangsters and promises a box of bottles of rum for the inmate that kills Michael. T-Bag convinces Bellick to give the chicken foot to Sammy promising him to join the escape team; when he discovers that there is no acetone, he unsuccessfully tries to call-off the fight. Meanwhile Lincoln and Sofia visits Osberto and buys a bomb; Sucre plants the bomb under the seat of Gretchen's car but she unravels that she found Maricruz tracking the US$ 25,000.00 check she gave to him. Sammy leaves the fighting with Bellick to chase Michael, who is locked behind the door in the tunnel with Mahone. Sammy beats Whistler, who was left behind, trying to get the combination of the door. Michael removes a wedge from the hole and the tunnel collapses over Sammy, burying him, while Lechero and Mahone kill the three other gangsters. Sofia finds a wallet hidden in Whistler's bag.

Season 3, Episode 11: Under & Out

4 February 2008
As Michael finalizes plans for the escape, his fellow plotters begin to turn on him. Meanwhile, Whistler ponders a betrayal when Sofia is threatened.