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Michael and Lincoln escape with Kellerman, who crosses a road block
using his badge, and they fly to Blackfoot, Montana, to meet Terrence
Steadman. In Fox River, Bellick is having a hard time especially with
Banks and his gang. In Ness City, Kansas, T-Bag meets Susan and her
children; when she tries to kill him, he ties the whole family to
chairs. In Mound City, Nebraska, Dede is missing her mother and C-Note
is trying to contact her. Mahone is alive in a hospital in Albuquerque;
when Mahone tells that he is out, Bill Kim hits his son with a car to
intimidate him. Mahone leaves the hospital and calls him telling that
he is back. Kellerman, Michael and Lincoln abduct Steadman and
Kellerman kills the two bodyguards. However, they realize that Steadman
is actually a John Doe, since his existence has been erased by the
Company. Michael decides to call the press to turn himself in with
In "John Doe", Bellick tastes all the corrupted system in Fox River that he used on his favor. C-Note is in check-mate with the situation of Kacee. T-Bag will probably revenge against Susan and her family. Mahone is now an unpredictable time-bomb ready to explode. The attitude of Terrence Steadman was predictable. My vote is nine.
Title (Brazil): "João Ninguém" ("John Doe")
You ended the last episode with kellerman acting as if he will save them. Prison break then goes to a interval with the audience thinking if he is trustable. This episode gets more and more closer, but then gives the viewers more entertainment and adventure to look forward to. If you are a prison break fan like me, honestly you don't want it to end so soon, a few more episodes. This episode focuses on 4 main stories, The first is the actual Micheal, Kellerman and Lincoln. This keeps you hooked on with some great action and adventure. The Second is the Jailer and his day in prison, being forced to be a b i t c h, which is so entertaining to watch. The third is T Bag and the family, makes you wonder if he will do something nasty, hope not. The fourth is C Note and his dilemma. Anyway this episode was enjoyable. As usual another great episode.
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
It has been a while since Prison Break went on hiatus. So long in fact
that I have no idea where we left off, so let's all recap together,
Sarah is in the wind. Sucre got away. C-Note has gone mad and gotten
his wife, Kacee arrested. T-Bag has gone madder and is tracking down
his would-be victim from the past. Bellick is in jail. Linc & Michael
have been saved by Kellerman and Mahone has been shot. OK good.
Tonight begins the reconstruction of the original plan that Michael had started. Kellerman is able to convince the brothers that he has flipped and is working against President Reynolds. There is no question about that when Kellerman kills two agents who were guarding Terrence Steadman. Now he and the duo of escapees shack up in a motel with Kellerman and wait it out. That becomes a bigger problem then we would think.
Michael begins to stress about being so close to releasing the truth to the world and makes that ever so important decision to turn himself in to the news papers. But Steadman is able to snatch a gun and takes the selfish way out, all over the pretty painting. He is now just a John Doe and it is one of the final nails in the coffin for the escaped cons because Steadman being alive is of course the one thing that could prove Linc didn't kill him. Confused? Good! So good luck getting out of this one guys. Anyways a long way away we have T-Bag re-acquainting himself with Susan Hollander and her family. Lets hope family antics don't turn this show into a comedy because the fact that getting the $5 Million was the first thing on his list of to-do's before getting even with Susan seems a little odd to me. If you're a crazy who has a bizarre vendetta then why are plotting to steal bundles of cash first? But that's not the only storyline gone arouse. C-Note does not have a leg to stand on. He was able to get his wife and kid away from the police scramble that he put his homies through but now there is know where to go and the kid is asking why her mother was picked up by the cops. Nice hole you're in bud.
Its nice to have the show back. I got hooked on 24 this season and now I'm in that mode where every episode should be an hour of the whole season. But that's OK because Prison Break does move quickly. One of my problems though, is that almost every commercial break has a cliffhanger that is more than likely a gun being pointed at someone. I think that we need a little more resolution so we can really care about the other situations going on. But they are still doing a good job.
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