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(TV Series)

(2006)

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  • Michael tries to retrieve an item from Blanding Botanical Garden in Utah, but Mahone's people got to it first. Mahone believes that someone on his team is leaking information to the press; meanwhile Michael does some research on Mahone at an Internet café, then makes a trip to Durango, Colorado, to see a woman there. Linc and L.J. are on the road in Arizona. C-Note is in Chicago, and Agent Lang tries to use his wife to capture him. Bellick and Geary phone C.O. Patterson, at Fox River, to get information on where they should look for T-Bag. Sara is at a motel in Elgin, Illinois, trying to crack Michael's code. T-Bag arrives in Tribune, Kansas, for (as he puts it) "romance". Kellerman is on the trail of Sara.

    - Written by mathew5000
  • While trying to retrieve explosives from the Blanding Botanical Garden, Michael is surprised and chased by the FBI. He escapes and discovers that Mahone retrieved his HD from the canal and is anticipating his movements. Michael goes to a cybercafé in Moab, Utah, and researches Mahone's biography. Then Michael travels to Durango, Colorado, where he lures Mahone's ex-wife Pam pretending to be a FBI agent, and he discovers where Shales' corpse is. In Chicago, C-note meets his gang and collects their debt, plotting a plan to meet his wife and his daughter. Sara finds a clue of Michael's code, but Kellerman is tracking her steps. T-Bag travels to Tribune, Kansas, seeking out Hollander, but she moved from her house; however, he is captured by Bellick and Geary that torture him trying to find where the money is. Lincoln and LJ are recognized by a waitress and captured later in a train station.

    - Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Still in Illinois, Sara figures out that the name of the rendezvous point with Michael is the Sundown Hotel, so she calls the operator and quickly learns that it's in New Mexico. Using the credit card from the wallet of the dead girl, Sara buys a plane ticket to Albuquerque, and Kellerman and Kim track her moves. Michael goes to a botanical garden and tries to dig up something he has hidden, but barely evades capture by two federal agents. Reporters question Mahone about Tweener's death, but he gives them a, "no comment." Michael uses the Internet to locate Mahone's wife, Pam, and pays her a visit. Pretending to be an FBI agent doing security checks, Michael finds Agent Mahone's cell phone number and discovers the fate of Oscar Shales--namely that Mahone killed him and covered it up. Using Pam's phone, Michael calls Mahone and threatens him with that he knows about Shales' death. C-Note meets with his former associates in Chicago, and tells them they owe him for not ratting them out when he was arrested. They agree to help him get his wife and daughter so the family can go on the run. Agent Lang meets with C-Note's wife, Kacee, and warns that the FBI will arrest her and take her daughter away if she doesn't cooperate in a sting to catch C-Note. Kacee lies and says that the Rainbow Room is really a carousel in the park. At the park, Kacee eludes the FBI and joins C-Note with the help of his associates. C-Note also manages to get his daughter from school before he can be captured. T-Bag, now in Kansas, stashes Westmoreland's money in a locker at the bus station, and then buys some flowers. He heads for the home of his last girlfriend, who sent him to Fox River. His vengeful plan is dashed when he finds a "for sale" sign on the front lawn. Geary and Bellick run across T-Bag at the house, knock him unconscious, tie him up, and torture him to reveal the location of Westmoreland's money. LJ and Lincoln have reconnected but when they stop at a diner, Lincoln is recognized but not pursued. The duo makes their way to a train station in Arizona, only to be identified and apprehended.

    - Written by Missy

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