Michael and Sara's newfound happiness is short-lived, as Sara soon finds herself in prison, and Michael must break her out before a vengeful Krantz has her killed.

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Michael and Sara's newfound happiness is short-lived, as Sara soon finds herself in prison, and Michael must break her out before a vengeful Krantz has her killed.

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The character Agatha Warren is named after one of the show's producers. See more »

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The General reads an article about Tancredi getting arrested for murder while talking to T-Bag. He then takes the article to his attorney to command it be passed to Gretchen. When Gretchen opens the article it is a different piece of paper than the one he was reading with T-Bag because the article has changed placement on the paper. Both articles contain the same text about computer programming, not Tancredi's murder arrest. See more »

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Features Prison Break: Killing Your Number (2009) See more »

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Once Again Back to the Beginning.
17 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode basically encompasses most of what I dislike about this show. The makers don't know when to end something. It's a giant cycle that just keeps revolving with each season and it always comes back to the beginning. Only this time they decided to do it in the last two episodes. Prison, escape, going on the run, thinking they're safe, back to prison...repeat. This one did have a role reversal with Sara being the one on the inside. And the never ending deals and betrayals. Ugh. Its not even a surprise anymore, you know everyone is going to backstab at some point and you just literally can't trust anyone from episode to episode. It's just stuff we've already seen before and repetition in this case is not a positive.


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