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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 ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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This is the last episode in which Peter Stormare (John Abruzzi) is credited as a series regular. Six episodes later he returns to the cast but is only billed as recurring, he is never billed as a series regular again. See more »

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As Sara is giving Michael is insulin shot, she pokes the pointed finger on the left hand. When she reaches for the shot, his left hand is touching his cheek and she reaches for it to give him his shot. See more »

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Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell: Pardon me for interrupting, but, uh, what's that smell?
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Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell: It smells a little like, conspiracy.
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Need of Forgiveness
1 October 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

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.

In this tense episode there are many twists, but probably the most important is the reaction of Daniel Hale after seeing LJ grieving his mother. The situation between John Abruzzi and T-Bag is also promising. Captain Bellick is one of the most despicable villains I have ever seen and Wade Williams has amazing performance in the role of this scum guard. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Perdão Fatal" ("Fatal Forgiveness")


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