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Back in Business

Author: Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
14 November 2008

Papa is dead and Sammy presses Lechero to kill Michael; Lechero replies that he also wants Michael dead, but he does not want an uprising in Sona. Mahone receives a mail with a picture of his son. Lechero, Michael, Mahone, Whistler and T-Bag inspect the hole in the tunnel and Michael requests a saw and hammer to support the tunnel. Sammy takes the power of Sona with the pistol delivered by Augusto and other three gangsters and promises a box of bottles of rum for the inmate that kills Michael. T-Bag convinces Bellick to give the chicken foot to Sammy promising him to join the escape team; when he discovers that there is no acetone, he unsuccessfully tries to call-off the fight. Meanwhile Lincoln and Sofia visits Osberto and buys a bomb; Sucre plants the bomb under the seat of Gretchen's car but she unravels that she found Maricruz tracking the US$ 25,000.00 check she gave to him. Sammy leaves the fighting with Bellick to chase Michael, who is locked behind the door in the tunnel with Mahone. Sammy beats Whistler, who was left behind, trying to get the combination of the door. Michael removes a wedge from the hole and the tunnel collapses over Sammy, burying him, while Lechero and Mahone kill the three other gangsters. Sofia finds a wallet hidden in Whistler's bag.

The greatest question in "Dirt Nap" is who Whistler is. The quintet and maybe Bellick are "back in business" after the death of Sammy, and Lechero is stronger in Sona. The ambiguous Mahone is uplifted after receiving the picture of his son (I believe that it was sent by Agent Lang). Sucre is really a stupid guy, sending the check to Maricruz instead of the untraceable money. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Por um Fio" ("In the Edge")

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