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Lincoln tells Michael that Sara is pregnant but he schedules a meeting
with Christina in a shipyard; he prepares a bomb trying to lure her,
but she escapes alive. Then Mahone calls her and tells that he has
Scylla and he demands protection for Pam and Lincoln alive for Scylla.
However he brings a device ready to explode. Michael lures General
Krantz and rescues Sara. Self awakes in the hospital and he is
interrogated by the Security Government agents and he proposes a deal
with the Attorney General. C-Note meets Sucre and tells that the
mysterious Paul proposes clean record for them per Scylla. They travel
to Miami trying to reach Michael and his team.
In this episode, there are many twists and I confess that I am tired of this cat-and-mouse situation. Out of the blue, Sucre and C-Note return to the show with the support of the mysterious "Paul". My vote is seven.
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How the hell will Michael do this time to save the day ? That's the question that haunted millions of fans around the world after watching the previous episode. Of course this one began to answer the question and it was really interesting to see our favorite breaker struggling. Moreover as expected he teamed up with Mahone but as usual things didn't go as planned and many twisted events occurred. The decisions they had to make reminded of Batman Foverer when the dark knight got trapped by Riddler, asking him to choose between Robin and Chase. Beside that thrilling story the direction felt really solid and all characters had the scenes they deserved. The true nature of the mother was revealed during a conversation with Lincoln. The actress overall performance is quite good and in this episode she managed to confirm her talent. It's fascinating to see how her profile contrasts with her clothing line, looking as innocent and pure as a white dove. Sara also got the honor of hearing T-Bag's thoughts on life and love. Of course it was both disturbing and funny but the greatest thing was that the writer referenced past events that should appeal to long time fans. Some minutes were also dedicated to covering the Self arc but it was only a minor one compared to the others. Last but not least beside the usual McGyver voodoo, which was really welcome this time and not over the top, there were some major changes in the casting. An other reason for the fans not to miss this great first part of the finale.
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