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Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2 October 2008
John Abruzzi is sent to Chicago by helicopter in a critical state.
Michael's team insists that they should escape that night, and Michael
delivers a crucifix to the priest to give to Lincoln with a black pill
hidden inside and an instruction note to swallow it at 8:10 PM. Lincoln
has the symptom of food poisoning and is sent to the infirmary.
Meanwhile Veronica decides to expose herself in a manifestation in
front of the penitentiary and she succeeds in giving an interview to
the reporter of the New Six, explaining that her petitioning for a stay
is based in a conspiracy where the innocent Lincoln has been framed.
Later she meets Daniel Hale that tells her that Terrence Steadman is
alive. When the agent is ready to give evidences and names to her, Paul
Kellerman surprises and shoots him. Meanwhile the runaway team has a
big problem, since the corroded pipe in their escape route has been
replaced by a heavier one, making impossible to reach the infirmary.
"End of the Tunnel" is the episode with big surprises: the revelation
that Terrence Steadman is alive and the replacement of the corroded
pipe really surprised me. The fate of Danny was predictable since the
last episode when he contacted Veronica. The decision of Veronica
giving interview to the media gives credibility to the plot, since this
should be the most reasonable attitude to be taken. I personally like
the flirt of Dr. Sara Tancredi and Michael, giving romanticism to this
great story. My vote is nine.
Title (Brazil): "O Fim do Túnel" ("The End of the Tunnel")
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