Prison Break (2005–2017)
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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 ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fernando Sucre
Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin (credit only)
Dr. Sara Tancredi
Bill Kim
Pam Mahone
General Jonathan Krantz
Marty Gregg


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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2 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Michael Scofield: Sara, it's me. It's a strange thing, leaving a message for someone you know is never going to get it. I can only assume the worst, so... this'll be the last message I leave for you. I just want you to know that I made it. But it's no good without you.
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A Rushed and Disappointing Conclusion of a Season
30 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

Kellerman presents documentation and full confession in court telling that he had orders from The Company to kill Sara; he is sentenced to prison, Sara is released and Lincoln is exonerated of all charges. Sucre leaves the hospital seriously wounded trying to get the information from Bellick where Maricruz is while Bellick and T-Bag share the same jail. Michael seeks out the drug lord Jesus plotting a scheme. Mahone calls Pam and schedules a meeting with her and their son in Cartagena; however Lincoln suggests Mahone to leave Pam instead of sharing the cancer of his life. When Michael arrives in the Mira Flores Shipping Docks to meet Mahone, he hides first the backpack of money. Mahone and Bill Kim arrive in the storehouse and they double-cross each other; during the shoot-out, Michael and Lincoln escape. Mahone sails with Catherine Rose, expecting to reach Cartagena, but the authorities find a large quantity of cocaine and he is arrested for trafficking. During the transportation to the prison, Kellerman is executed. Michael and Lincoln meet Sara in a power boat and she tells that Lincoln is a free man. When Bill Kim arrives in the dock, hell comes back to Michael's life.

"Sona" is a rushed and disappointing conclusion of the Second Season. There are so many inconsistencies that only the unaware viewer that might not have paid attention. How long has taken to Kellerman testify in court and be prosecuted, arrested and sent to prison and Sara be released? Less than twenty-four hours? His statement in court associated to Michael tape would be necessary to jeopardize the American institutions in the hugest conspiracy of that country and probably the hugest reparation to Lincoln as indemnity for his troubles. The trial would certainly take a long period. How could Sara find Michael's boat so fast when even he does not know where the boat is? How could the trio be chased by the Panamanian police without claiming self-defense? It would be very easy to call the embassy, Bruce or the attorney general Cooper Green and explain that Bill Kim is one of the leaders of the conspiracy promoted by The Company and that he was murdered in self-defense. What happened with the money left in the water? The healing of Mahone, T-Bag, Michael and Sucre is also amazing. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "A Volta" ("The Return")

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