The team, at first baffled by the gang's tactics, begins to put the pieces together. Realizing the prison psychiatrist is in on the breakout, Hickman alerts the team. As the mystery unfolds, tragedy ...
In the opening credits of the show, Carl Hickman is shown holding a cell phone to his ear with his right hand which is supposed to be crippled and useless. This shot is flipped (as is common in credit sequences taken from episodes); watching the actual episode shows the shot the right way around, with the left hand being used. See more »
.....something for the grown-ups!!!! NBC shame on you for not playing this one up --- I might have missed it altogether but somehow I caught wind of Donald Sutherland and put it on my DVR!!!! I've only watched the first nine minutes so far and I'm captivated. William Fitchner --- so good in "Prison Break" --- a delight to see him on screen again --- and --- NBC --- if you will go LOOOK at the ratings on IMDb for Prison Break they are still at 8.5! This looks great...an ensemble cast of interesting sounding characters. (In that, not unlike Prison Break...some of the best acting EVER happened in that series (Robert Kneppner "T-Bag" to name another), while Wentworth Miller certainly was not hard to look at. In fact, if you really want to mix it up a bit, NBC, throw T-Bag and Wentworth a bone, and bring them on in some surprise roles on Crossing Lines (says she with a sardonic little grin).
Not everything has to be pablum for the kiddies. There are still some of us out here who want REAL TV....not REALITY TV!
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