When Michael undergoes surgery, he has visions of Westmoreland. Meanwhile, Lincoln and Sucre try to retrieve Scylla before Don and Gretchen sell it.

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When Michael undergoes surgery, he has visions of Westmoreland. Meanwhile, Lincoln and Sucre try to retrieve Scylla before Don and Gretchen sell it.

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Both of the actors who played The Man in Black and Jacob from "Lost" appear in this episode. See more »

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When Michael is sitting in the chair post operation talking to Sara, when the camera is close up with BARGAIN, the elements in the word are separated by squares, but when the camera cuts away during conversation, the elements on the page are circled. See more »

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Not Everything Is Like It Seems
17 December 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

General Krantz tells Lincoln that the price of Michael's surgery is the safe return of Scylla. Lincoln tortures T-Bag to find the location where Self and Gretchen will deal with the buyer; after losing two teeth, T-Bag tells that the meeting will be in Arlington Pier at 3:00 PM. Lincoln and Sucre head to the place, but Rita calls Gretchen and tells that the Company abducted T-Bag. When they arrive, Self and Gretchen have already gone. Sara stays with Michael and she does not recognize the equipment and the procedure in the surgery room, but the doctor informs that it is a state-of-art technique. In a blink of eyes, Michael meets Charles in Fox River, and he asks for his forgiveness. Charles advises that things are not like they seem to be, and Michael tries to find the true meaning of his words and the word Bargain on the wall. Meanwhile Mahone asks to go to the bathroom and the reluctant Wheeler finally stops the car. Mahone steals a pipe and jumps from Wheeler's car after shattering the window. He is chased by Agent Lang and Wheeler, and Lang covers his escape in the end. The Company tracks Gretchen's call in her cellular, but when Lincoln and Sucre arrive, the buyer escapes with Scylla and they capture Self and Gretchen. Michael deciphers that Scylla is not a black book with the past of The Company, but a secret of power and The Company is actually protecting the future. Lincoln discovers that his mother also worked for The Company and splits with Michael in the name of the "family business".

"Prison Break" is literally going under in this Season. The shows are no longer engaging like they were in the past, and the plot has no where to go and not everything is like it seems anymore. The possibility of Lincoln working with Gretchen, Self and T-Bag is too much for me. My deception with this Fourth Season is increasing after each episode, and I hope the author Paul Scheuring does give the same fate of "Lost" to this series. My vote is seven.

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