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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During "1.21 Go", Sucre moves the toilet back into position against the wall, but near the beginning of "1.22 Flight" Warden Pope sees the toilet out of the position and the hole into the pipe system. 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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The Chase
9 October 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Michael, Lincoln and the other inmates are chased through the bush while Bellick asks for a shotgun. They reach a blue van hidden in a barn and leave Haywire behind. T-Bag handcuffs himself to Michael and swallows the key to protect himself against Abruzzi; however, the mobster uses and ax and cut off his hand to release Michael. Later Michael also leaves Tweener behind because of his betrayal. Meanwhile Veronica reaches Terrence Steadman in the mansion in Blackfoot. The Vice-President asks for soft-money for her funds of campaign but Samantha tells her to walk away quietly since the Company will support another candidate. However, the conspirator uses a chemical that provokes massive cardiac arrest without trace as if it was natural cause. The investigation in Fox River discovers that the infirmary door was left open; Katie is pressed by Pope and she tells him that Sara has a crush on Michael. When the police reach her apartment, they discover that Sara has had an OD. When the fugitives reach the Goose Park, they see the airplane taking off.

"Flight" ends with golden key this magnificent First Season of Prison Break. Unfortunately the episode ends in the climax, with tension in most of the segments. The cold blood of Abruzzi amputating the hand of T-Bag is impressive. The evilness of Vice President Caroline Reynolds is also amazing. The fictional Company has many similarities in the real world. The corruption and injustice in Fix River are also very realistic. I feel sorry for DB and for the sweet Dr. Sara Tancredi, one of my favorite characters in this series. The fate of Veronica after her dangerous discovery is intriguing. LJ has been forgotten in the last episodes. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "A Reta Final" ("The Home Stretch")


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