Only back at the yacht, Michael notices Lincoln is gone and calls him- Alex Mahone tells him Linc is no cold-blooded killer, so he was overpowered and hand-cuffed, and the ransom is the ... See full summary »

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Only back at the yacht, Michael notices Lincoln is gone and calls him- Alex Mahone tells him Linc is no cold-blooded killer, so he was overpowered and hand-cuffed, and the ransom is the yacht and the fortune he assumes to be in it, to be agreed in five minutes, now Mahone is even more wanted then the brothers. Kellerman's self-incriminating testimony and documents he brings get all charges against Sarah and Lincoln dropped, him arrested. Mahone calls Kim to fly over immediately. Alex calls his wife, to make her bring the kids for a holiday in her native Colombia, at Cartegena. Despite 30% blood-loss Fernado leaves hospital to report missing Bellick, who is already in jail and gets T-bag's company. Vendor Chaco gets Michael introduced to a local yacht owner to whom he suggests collecting the $100,000 reward on his head, then makes a better offer. Mahone called the police intending to frame the brothers for his intended murder on 'an Asian', but Michael refuses to hand over the money ... Written by KGF Vissers

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At the end of the episode, when Michael is walking halfway through the corridor he sees a boy lying down after using drugs. The next time we see him from the front, he is at the beginning of the corridor again. See more »

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Captain Brad Bellick: Where's the money?
Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell: Pretty boy's got it. He's out there with a royal flush and you're in here with a busted straight. That hardly seems right, does it?
Captain Brad Bellick: Your hand don't look much better.
Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell: Maybe I got an ace up my sleeve.
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This is Becoming a Cyclical Story
19 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While I do enjoy this show so far, it is not something that I think is binge worthy. I think this episode was a good example of what I don't like about this show. The story is good and exciting but seems to go in a never ending cycle. How many times can the characters get set up in traps, get caught, escape, have money trade hands, and back stab each other. Its the same thing happening over and over and over. In reality someone may get away once or maybe twice but not this much. They seem to go down little rabbit trails in the story that only lead back to the same place where it started. The brothers are still wanted fugitives on the run, even if they are technically or even declared innocent someone is always after them and they always manage to get away. This may become an unlikable show if they keep this going in the upcoming seasons.


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