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Michael and Lincoln are trapped in the Panda Bay Hotel and seek a means
of escape. Self tries to help them while General Krantz sends a man to
capture the brothers. Meanwhile Christina sells Scylla to the grieving
president of India for ¾ of billion dollars; then she decides to
contact the China government to sell Scylla also for them. However,
Michael, Lincoln, Mahone and Self steal Scylla from Christina and her
henchman in a bank, while she is checking the deposit but In the
runaway, Lincoln is captured by Christina's men. T-Bag abducts Sara and
General Krantz calls Michael to demand Scylla in one hour; immediately
after, Michael receives a phone call from Christina and the bitch
shoots Lincoln's lung to force Michael to return Scylla to her. Michael
has to choose which beloved he should save.
In this full of action episode, the greed Christina manipulates the president of India and puts his government against China. Further, she coldly shoots Lincoln in a painful and lethal way. But the climax is the situation of Michael that has to choose between Sara and Lincoln who deserves to live. My vote is nine.
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This episode really deserves its title because there were a lot of gun fights. I didn't mind them as action cooled off in the past episodes but I found one scene specially disturbing. In fact I prefer when a conflict is solved without violence. Anyway some of the scenes should remind you of films like The Professional (Léon), Point Break and even The Matrix. In one of them Lincoln dropped a line you won't resist because it was just too funny considering the context and the character he said it to. Also in the past episode the brothers were framed so they had to escape, again, and it was interesting to see if they would continue to work against each other or team up. I let you appreciate the path they chose. For once I was also glad that the story focused on Self because he's part of the team after all. Beside that T-Bag tried his best to convince the General that he's a worthy asset and not a psycho-clown. Last but not least the episode ended with a cliffhanger, again. However last time I thought the writers wouldn't be able to surpass it but believe me, they actually did.
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