Michael and Lincoln square off over Scylla as Christina sets her plan in motion. Meanwhile, T-Bag causes a scene at the Indian embassy.


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Realizing Linc isn't going to stay out for days as she asked 'to give the Company a maternal head', Christina orders her own son sniper-shot, but the team saves him. They follow her to the Indian embassy, where she offers the Skylla virus data. Michael and Sara have escaped and agree to collaborate with Mahone. The general and Vincent Sandinsky, the man that Michael discovers is hunting him, rival with Christina. Written by KGF Vissers

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The episode title refers to both the initials of the character Vincent Sandinsky who is introduced in this episode and to Michael and Lincoln who are for the first time finding themselves on opposing teams. See more »


The crown insignia on the beret of the embassy guard at the gate shows a crown which is incorrect because after the proclamation of the Indian republic, all the emblems of the British crown's were removed from the Indian state usage. All the Indian regimental berets display either the national emblem of India or their unit or regimental emblem. See more »


Donald Self: [Self, Lincoln, and Mahone return from a mission where T-Bag was captured and beaten as the diversion. T-Bag is cut, bruised, and bleeding] What happened to you?
Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell: Where's Scylla, huh?
Donald Self: They left before we could get it.
Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell: I get the ass kicking of a lifetime, and you come back empty handed?
Alexander Mahone: [Holds up small piece of paper] We got this.
Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell: A Post-It Note? That's what you got? How bout some Elmer's Glue, did ya get any of that?
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Scofield versus Scofield
27 April 2009 | by (France) – See all my reviews

When the previous episode had a few cons this one succeeded in rubberizing most of them, if not all. First the Scofield brothers relationship has never been so tense. Moreover it's not pictured as only black and white like in so many other productions. The characters have grown on us so much in the past seasons that watching them collide against each other is nearly fascinating. Lincoln's flashbacks were particularly interesting and revealed how much he loves Michael. He really thinks working for the Company is the right think to do but now it's obvious he would never hurt Michael. He helped him to break out so now it's his turn to save him, again. They're nearly like twins, the sides of the same coin. We also learned more about Christina and her ambiguous intentions. But like if it wasn't enough character development already the writers even managed to dedicate a few emotional scenes with Sara. She brings so much to the show and I'm glad the production took the fans seriously. So I can't wait to learn more about their relationship. This time I was also gladly surprised by the editing because it didn't feel as boring as last time. Every scenes were interesting and I enjoyed every single seconds of it. Last but not least Lincoln's team was back and that story arc was just perfect entertainment. It was like playing one of the titles of the Hit-man video game series : Guards to distract or kill, cameras to avoid or shoot, a door to unlock or explode… I let you guess if they chose the stealth or berserker way. Moreover they made good use of their skills and their profiles are quite original. I mean even if T-Tab is dangerous, how can you hate him ? Also thanks to him we learned something important to anticipate the upcoming episode…

Only a few episodes remain but I have never been so excited about a show. In fact I think Prison Break will be remembered as one as the most rock solid action show ever aired. Of course it had a few missteps but overall I think you couldn't dream for better last episodes. The Scylla arc also manages to link the fiction to the reality so it's hard not to believe in the story and like its characters. I mean its events could be happening right now… But in which city Michael would probably ask ?

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