Prison Break: Season 4, Episode 14

Just Business (8 Dec. 2008)

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Sara gives Michael another injection tells him he needs a doctor. The lookout Lincoln keeps watching on the outside of the warehouse; when Self throws gas bombs trying to force Michael and ... See full summary »

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Sara gives Michael another injection tells him he needs a doctor. The lookout Lincoln keeps watching on the outside of the warehouse; when Self throws gas bombs trying to force Michael and his group to leave the place, Lincoln surprises Self, hits him on his back and brings him into the warehouse. Self justifies that his motivation was not personal, just business, and proposes to sell Scylla and share the amount among the whole group; however Gretchen appears out of the blue and balances the situation and they leave the warehouse without a shootout. Meanwhile, Mahone meets agent Lang and tells her what has happened over the last few weeks, and asks who could be trusted in the FBI since the agency and Homeland Security are compromised with infiltrated agents from The Company. General Krantz decides to chase Gretchen using a satellite; Lisa gives her resignation letter to her father. Michael does not want to sell Scylla; Sucre hides himself in the trunk of Self's car and finds the low ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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How much longer do we have to put up with this?
23 February 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

Actually, not much, since the show was canceled because it lost 1/3 of it's audience during this abysmal season. This also explains the low number of users (around 375 per episode) who have rated each episode - others simply couldn't bother waste their time on this garbage that defiles the memory of the rather good first season. Thus, the ratings of the episodes are skewed because most of the people who rated the episodes were rabid fans with serious positive bias towards this show. Whereas I have no bias.

This really was a good show during it's first season, and it's sad to see it sink this low. Everything is not only completely built on bull**** at this point, it is just unengaging and... boring. Episodes ago, Michael was diagnosed with a condition that needed IMMEDIATE surgery, yet he just keeps on trucking with the aid of injections, day after day, and when Sara tells him his dosage needs to be increased, Michael declines because of the side effects - apparently he can do just fine without ANY medication. You have to be an idiot to buy into this.

Everything is just revolving around like a merry-go-around, some of the passengers just change. What's worse, the writers sideline their best character, Bagwell. Big mistake. The good thing is that Gretchen gets the spotlight and we get *actual* insight into her character. When has anything like that happened to any character in this show the last time? Also, she gets a bitching (tee-hee!) fight with Sucre which is the only high point in this predictable episode. Lots and lots of shooting guns here, yet no one hits no one. How bad are the highly trained agents and mercenaries? Yes, Prison Break is hardly the sole guilty party of this kind of unrealism, but at least in, for example, "24" people manage to hit their targets...

So, the "big" surprise is that Michael gets caught by the Company. Whoopee! What a shocking turn of events. I am just unable to see where this is going next. No, wait, I'm not (and I haven't read the plots of the following episodes anywhere) - there's more bargaining and exchanges that always seem to go awry. Like I said, this is like a merry-go-around, they just keep changing the object (inanimate or animate) of the transaction. Why so I put up with this? Because maybe some potential future viewers/box set buyers will be convinced this show just ain't worth it anymore, hasn't been since season 2. I'll give this 4/10 - Gretchen's part would have made this a 5/10, but the recycled garbage deducts another point. Honestly, who was surprised about the bible-man twist? Or that Mahone gets double-crossed? And who finds Self's ruthlessness at the end just a bit a stretch too far? Or... etc. etc.


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