Prison Break: Season 2, Episode 12

Disconnect (20 Nov. 2006)

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Picking up from where we left off, Sucre, Michael, Linc, and Aldo are together, with Mahone on their trail. Sara is face-down in the bathtub as Kellerman prepares to dispose of her body. ... See full summary »

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Picking up from where we left off, Sucre, Michael, Linc, and Aldo are together, with Mahone on their trail. Sara is face-down in the bathtub as Kellerman prepares to dispose of her body. C-Note is in Harvey, North Dakota with Kacee and Dede, who needs her medication. In Tribune, Kansas, Detective Slattery questions Bellick. Written by mathew5000

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The Exaggerated Pursuit of Mahone
20 October 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Michael meets his father and recalls that he met him when he lived with an abusive foster father and Aldo saved him killing his stepfather. The manager of the motel knocks on the door because of the volume of the TV, and Sara manages to escape from drowning and from Kellerman using a heated iron. Aldo tries to explain Michael why he left him and Lincoln; further he tells that Sara might have the tape that can save Michael. Kellerman lures Bill, but he asks a picture of the body of Sara. In Harvey, North Dakota, C-Note is hidden camping with his happy family nearby a lake. In Tribune, Kansas, Bellick is detained by the police and interrogated by the local Detective Kathryn Slattery. Mahone finds the Michael, Lincoln and Sucre; Aldo covers them but Mahone hits him with a fatal shot. C-Note goes to town to buy the medicine of Vanessa and the pharmacist identifies Kacee and she is arrested. Coyote proposes a deal to Mahone in the hospital to deliver Michael. Kellerman tells Bill that Sara escaped from him. Sara is wounded and suturing her cuts. Michael and Lincoln decide to stay and Sucre flies in the flight. Mahone asks to intercept the plane and Michael sees a jet chasing the plane. Bellick is arrested for the murder of Geary. Kellerman unsuccessfully tries to contact President Caroline, but Bill is erasing his existence. Mahone crashes his car against Lincoln's.

The pursuit of Mahone to Michael is exaggerated and is spoiling the show. There are too many coincidences, guesses and a total efficiency that withdraws the credibility of the show. In this episode Mahone finds the spot in the middle of the desert; kills Aldo; goes to the hospital, tortures Coyote; finds the location of the plane; gets a jet to chase the plane; follows Michael and Lincoln; crashes their runaway car; and walks with a gun after the accident. The good points are the naive but efficient procedure of Detective Kathryn Slattery to arrest Bellick that recalls Police Chief Marge Gunderson from "Fargo"; and the fate of Kellerman, who became a ghost, with his biography vanishing like in George Orwell's 1984. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Separação" ("Separation")


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