Mahone arrives in Salt Lake City, trying to locate exactly where in Utah the escapees are. Michael and Linc hatch a plan with T-Bag and Tweener that will enable them to dig in the right ... See full summary »
Mahone arrives in Salt Lake City, trying to locate exactly where in Utah the escapees are. Michael and Linc hatch a plan with T-Bag and Tweener that will enable them to dig in the right place. C-Note and Sucre meet on the highway and head toward Tooele. Kellerman, in Washington, D.C., briefs Kim. Governor Tancredi phones Sara with a warning. Written by
For the first time, one of his former inmates refers to Tweener by his real-name "David". See more »
Where'd you lean about electricity?
Used to steal copper wires from transformer boxes. Sell 'em on the docks, make a few bucks. When you were at school, of course.
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In Tooele, Michael locates the place where the foundation of the silo might be under the garage of a house. They lure the owner, Jeanette, interrupting the energy of their house and telling that they work for the power company and they need to work in her garage. Tweener has troubles in the hardware store when he stumbles with a friend of the owner. Meanwhile Mahone arrives in the Salt Lake City Field Office and investigates where DB might have hidden the money. Governor Tancredi sees Kellerman in Washington and calls Sara. Haywire arrives in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, and an old Dutch blind woman believes he is her son Billy; Haywire is fascinated by a picture of Holland. Tweener returns to the town to refuel the runaway car and is arrested by Mahone. When a policewoman arrives at Jeanette's house, tension increases among the escapees.
In this episode, Governor Tancredi discovers who Lance is and now Sara is aware about her new acquaintance. But the most important part is the capture of Tweener by the obsessed Mahone, who seems to be a psychopath. My vote is nine.
Title (Brazil): "Subdivisão" ("Subdivision")
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