Prison Break (2005–2009)
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English, Fitz or Percy 

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

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The Secret Service agents have paid a visit to Warden Pope, pressuring him to have Michael transferred away from his brother. After Michael uses a standard legal stalling tactic to delay the transfer, the agents increase the pressure on Pope: either lose Michael's petition and let the transfer go through, or a painful secret from Pope's past will be revealed to his wife. After giving an anguished consideration of the reasons why his past still haunts him, the Warden decides his course of action. Meanwhile, Michael needs another piece of information for his plan to go forward, and he makes an extended trip behind the walls to answer his question: English, Fitz or Percy, which one gets taken out? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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19 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Actors Christian Stolte (Corrections Officer Keith Stolte), DuShon Monique Brown (Nurse Katie Welsh), and Joe Minoso (Chaz Fink) are currently starring on the show Chicago Fire (2012). See more »

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When Michael Scofield is in the wardens office waiting for John Abruzzi to unlock the door for him to get out into the hall, Abruzzi puts the plastic key into the door handle and unlocks it. When Michael opens the door, the key is in the deadbolt, not in the handle. Then when Michael closes the door and removes the key it is in the door handle again instead of the deadbolt. See more »

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John Abruzzi: You mind telling me what this is all about?
Michael Scofield: These are the guys we're breaking out with.
John Abruzzi: I don't think so, fish. That was not our agreement.
John Abruzzi: [Abruzzi gestures to Lincoln] I'm not gonna work with this... crazy rhino.
Lincoln Burrows: Keep pushing it, John.
John Abruzzi: Yeah, I keep pushing it, you know. Huh? What's your deal, man?
Lincoln Burrows: [Lincoln grabs Abruzzi and gets in his face] Touch my brother again and I'll show you.
John Abruzzi: Brother?
[Stares at Michael]
John Abruzzi: Your brother?
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Orange Sky
by Alexi Murdoch
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The Exciting Complexity Grows
24 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As the corrupt secret service men close in, they dig into the warden's past and manipulate him into betraying Michael by having him moved to another prison. Veronica has a new partner in her investigation and they find out they are being sabotaged and stolen from. Scofield tells Fernando that keeping him in the dark will keep him safe. As one of Scofield's practice runs seems to go horribly wrong we realize that we were also in the dark and it was just a part of his elaborate plan. As Michael is being moved, we think this is the end, but the warden faces his responsibilities and comes through.

This episode was really good with more of the plan being revealed and the complexity proves the genius behind it all. It was thrilling exciting and leaves you wanting more.


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