C-note has jumped with the noose around his neck, but is saved by jailers; he has Malone told he'll still do it. At a Chicago hotel, president Caroline Reynolds is expected for a speech. Michael sends the real Cooper Green away and agrees a meeting point with Linc and Sarah. Malone enters Sarah's room and only pretends to fail looking under the bed to trap her, she pretends the brothers left her. In Mexico T-bag finds Bellick is waiting at the luggage conveyor and must get his from the service side, but the laborer he knocks down falls onto it, so he must run. Lincoln surprises his old mate Derrick Sweeney and calls a favor: three tickets on a freighter for Panama. Kellerman is in position to shoot the fiendish president, but when she's in his sight Michael gets arrested just after shaking her hand, and is interrogated by Kim who demands to be left alone with him, to ask where Linc is, then tries literally to beat it out of him; the president barges in and sends Kim out just when he ... Written by
Did You Know?
The website written on most of the flyers and board, held by the audience during the arrival of presidential candidate Reynolds, actually exists. At the website www.reynolds-again.com, you can read the agenda of Reynolds, as well as the statements she has. There's also an e-mail address on the website which you can use to mail to "her". See more
The two brothers seek a presidential pardon. However, the brothers were serving their time in a state prison and were most likely convicted of state crimes, not federal crimes. A presidential pardon is only effective against violations of federal law. In order to be pardoned for their offenses the brothers would need a pardon from the Governor of Illinois, not the President of the United States. See more
Secret Service Special Agent William 'Bill' Kim
I had the honor of attending Mount Fort Military Academy, whose mission it is to ensure the greatness of this country and its future leadership, by encouraging patriotism, building a strong moral foundation, and providing a service of men committed to the values of honor and freedom of the country. But, first and foremost, they taught you this.
[he punches Michael in the face repeatedly
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