Prison Break: Season 4, Episode 22

Killing Your Number (15 May 2009)

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According to Michael's plan, Malone hands a fake Scylla to Christina. It's booby-trapped but ends up in the hands of FBI Agent, Chris Franco. Bagwell meets Sucre and C-note, but is caught ... See full summary »

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According to Michael's plan, Malone hands a fake Scylla to Christina. It's booby-trapped but ends up in the hands of FBI Agent, Chris Franco. Bagwell meets Sucre and C-note, but is caught while they hope that an offer of help is real. The General catches the brothers and raises the stakes with more kidnapped relatives. Michael manages to escape with Scylla. The gang must decide whether to believe an offer from Paul Kellerman, and hand it to UN representatives in exchange for full pardons. Written by KGF Vissers

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The scene which Sucre is arrested, he has just shaved his head. But just before that scene, you can clearly see his head is not really shaved. See more »

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Michael Scofield: I heard you were dead.
Paul Kellerman: Those rumors were... greatly exaggerated.
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Featured in Prison Break: The Old Ball and Chain (2009) See more »

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Great end to a great show
18 May 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I loved the final, I'm already glad to finally see a show that has a final instead of leaving an open end and let you figuring.

This show is a perfect example how future shows should be produced, not too much seasons, four is perfect and just long enough to keep you interested.

I'm not going to talk about any details of the finale, you'll just have to see it for yourself. Meanwhile i'm going to wait for the next great creation of Paul Scheuring, we only can hope it will be as good as Prison break was.

Some people are vouching for a 5th season but I hope they don't do that because it can only break apart the previous four.

If you haven't seen Prison Break before stop reading and go watch it now!


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