Prison Break: Season 1, Episode 7

Riots, Drills and the Devil: Part 2 (3 Oct. 2005)

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

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As the riot rages out of control, Michael makes his way behind the walls to the infirmary to save Dr. Tancredi. Sucre and Abruzzi continue the drilling work on the wall separating general population from the old sewer line. Lincoln tries to make his way back to general to find Michael, but is ambushed by a killer hired to ensure he dies in prison one way or another. Dr. Tancredi's father, the governor of Illinois, decides to push Warden Pope aside and take matters into his own hands to save his daughter's life. On the outside, Veronica and Nick trace the phone call that reported Lincoln's crime to a pay phone in Washington, D.C., meaning the caller couldn't have been a witness. Their actions have attracted notice, however, and a surprise is waiting for them back at Veronica's apartment. Meanwhile, as Teabag keeps an eye on Bob, the guard the inmates have taken hostage and who has seen the escape hole, anxieties grow over how Bob can possibly be trusted to keep his mouth shut once the ... Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The judge tells Michael that she is sending him to a Level 1 prison. However, when LJ is watching the TV during the riot in 107, the voice-over declares that the prison is a level 5 facility. See more »

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John Abruzzi: You're drilling holes with an eggbeater?
Fernando Sucre: I know. Crazy, huh? It's called the "Hooker Law." It says that if you poke exact right holes in something big and strong, it gets very weak.
John Abruzzi: That's true.
Fernando Sucre: When the wall is weak, we'll be able knock her out. At least that's the plan.
John Abruzzi: Yeah, that's always the plan.
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As of Now, Both of You Are Dead
28 September 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Turk lures Lincoln and tries to kill him in the basement. Michael rescues Dr. Sara Tancredi and when she asks how he could know the way through the pipe ducts, he tells that he had worked in fungus elimination in that area. Sucre and Abruzzi drill a hole in the wall and access the sewer duct. The arrogant Governor Frank Tancredi of Illinois arrives in Fox River and presses Warden Henry Pope to break-in the A-Bay, using the advice of the disloyal Captain Bradley Bellick. Veronica and Nick travel to Washington DC tracking the phone call that denounced Lincoln to a public phone, and they receive a dangerous menace in the foregoing phone.

"Prison Break: Riots, Drills and the Devil: Part 2" is a great sequel and conclusion of the last episode. Now Sara seems to be aware that the mysterious Michael knows much more about the prison and the despicable T-Bag gives no other alternative than joining the runaway group. The situation of Veronica and Nick with the threatening call is also extremely suspenseful. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil); "A Rebelião – Parte 2" ("The Rebellion – Part 2")


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