Prison Break: Season 1, Episode 22

Flight (15 May 2006)

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

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With the escape in motion, Michael, Lincoln and the inmates take flight outside the prison walls, risking life and limb to evade capture. Warden Pope and Captain Bellick embark on a relentless pursuit to capture the escapees; the Vice President fears she will lose her command as well as her life; and Veronica tracks down the most significant piece of evidence to prove Lincoln's innocence. Written by Ionut Samo

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When Abruzzi's pilot becomes spooked as they hear the sirens come closer, he says "We've gotta go." The next shot shows the approaching police cars, and if you look closely, you can see the inmates run off to the right, even though they have not arrived there yet. See more »

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John Abruzzi: If you think I won't gut you myself to get that key, you're in for a big surprise.
Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell: I encourage you to remember the last time you came after me with a knife...
Michael Scofield: *Shut up. Shut up, both of you.*
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Awesome show!! To bad it ends like this
20 May 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I totally loved the show. It contains good acting, excitement, little bit of love (required by some) and I have to say it's original. Every episode ends with a cliffhanger. But watching this final episode left me with this empty feeling, like I was missing something. You want it to end all good (well at least for most of them) and it looks like it works out fine, but then they stuff it up by ending this ep by yet another cliffhanger... so many questions, so few answers.... So after 45+ minutes (great length just to watch it on your way to work I have to day) you are left with this unsatisfied feeling. Have to say that's a little bit of a shame, but then again.... I can't wait for season 2!! that is going to be something!! All in all... great show and although unsatisfying yet another magnificent episode!


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