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Manche Sanchez (as Joseph Nunez)
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Captain Brad Bellick walks in the FBI office demanding Mahone pays him. Michael and his companions are impressed with the recordings on the stick, but it only helps if Kellerman's contacts in Washington use it right, notably high Justice official Cooper Green, who accepts to meet and cooperates, but is tailed by Kim's men. Linc calls his boy L.J., who refuses to give up his relatively normal life till further notice. Sarah meets Bruce Bennett. Bellick tries to bribe Sucre's incarcerated cousin into betraying his Mexican whereabouts. T-Bag finds therapist Dr. Stammel who looks like him, and murders him to steal his identity. Mahone is ordered to dispose of C-note for good once Kim believes he has Schofield; he promises to keep taking care of C-note's family, but only if he uses the content of a package he'll send to his cell- a noose. Sarah is too late calling Linc the real Cooper Green is in his office, but Michael tricks the fake one who pretended to be asthmatic just in time and ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Paul Kellerman: I am going to do something, I have to do something, that a lot of people are going to think is horrible.
Kristine Pace: Paul...
Paul Kellerman: And you just remember the brother you grew up with. You just remember him. You're my sister, Kristine. I love you.
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The Deal
27 October 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Michael, Lincoln and Sara listen to the conversation taped in the pen-driver. Lincoln calls Jane Phillips to know who would be reliable to receive the tape, and he talks to LJ that tells him that he is back to school in Pullman, Washington. Jane recommends the former attorney general Cooper Green. Bellick goes to the FBI Chicago Field Office to press Mahone to pay the reward for Haywire. Kellerman buys an illegal rifle and kills the buyer; then he visits his sister Kristine. In Birmingham, Alabama, T-Bag meets the psychologist Dr. Stammer not for therapy but to use his identity due to the resemblance of Dr. Stammer with him. Bellick visits Manche to find where Sucre is hidden in Mexico. Lincoln contacts Cooper Green through his receptionist and schedules a meeting in the Ebert Park in Chicago, but he is tailed by Bill Kim's men. Kim calls Mahone telling where Michael is and Mahone tells C-Note that there is a change of plans and he does not need him anymore. Mahone concludes that Lincoln is innocent and sends a package with a rope asking C-Note to hang himself; in return, he would take care of Kacee and Dede. Sara visits her father's grave and meets Bruce that is waiting for her and explains that he is loyal to her. They go to Cooper Green's office and Sara discovers that Michael and Lincoln have been lured by Bill Kim. Bellick and T-Bag fly to Mexico in the same flight while Sucre and Maricruz are in love in the middle of nowhere. Sara brings Cooper Green to meet the brothers and he concludes that the tape is useless as evidence, but the brothers could blackmail Caroline and get the presidential pardon. Mahone concludes that Michael and Lincoln are in the hotel nearby the Ebert Park and finds that Sara has lodged in room 1006.

In this great episode, the conversation in the tape is not disclosed, but it seems to be serious and compromising revelations about President Caroline. It is good to see Tina Holmes from "Six Feet Under" back on the screen. The coincidence of T-Bag and Bellick in the same flight to Mexico is unrealistic. The non-acceptance of the tape as evidence is another exaggeration of the justice system. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "O Acordo" ("The Deal")

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