As Lincoln and C-Note search for the "Sheik of Light," Michael and his cellmate, Whip, attempt an escape from Ogygia. Meanwhile, Sara's investigation into Michael's reappearance leads her ... See full summary »

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As Lincoln and C-Note search for the "Sheik of Light," Michael and his cellmate, Whip, attempt an escape from Ogygia. Meanwhile, Sara's investigation into Michael's reappearance leads her to the state department and an uneasy reunion with Paul Kellerman. Written by sarah_l91

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11 April 2017 (USA)  »

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In keeping with other references to the Odyssey by Homer, the name Outis is the name Odysseus gives to the cyclops Polyphymus when he asks who has blinded him. Odysseus answers Outis which in ancient Greek means nobody. See more »

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The video from Ogygia that Lincoln sends to Sara is slightly, though distinctly, different from how his meeting with Michael actually went. See more »

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Michael Scofield: You know, he's the biggest collector of Queen paraphernalia in the world. They say his house in Seoul is a shrine to Freddie Mercury.
Whip: And he got in here how?
Michael Scofield: Identity theft. Apparently he used to sit on his couch, hack high net worth accounts all over the world. Turned it into a collection of Hummers, helicopters, and, apparently, Freddie Mercury's ashes.
Whip: Wait, you mean like his burnt-up body?
Michael Scofield: The story is Freddie's cremated, but his ashes go missing. To this day, no one knows where they are. ...
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We Are The Champions
Written by Freddie Mercury
Performed by Queen
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"Hide Everyone, A storm is coming"
12 April 2017 | by (Lahore) – See all my reviews

While first episode was all about nostalgia and bringing characters together; this episode really kicks off the things and everything is starting to turn into something huge and fascinating.

You have to admire that the story is both different and fascinating. We are starting to know more about the mystery of Kaniel Outis. How he got in to that prison and his relationship with ISIL.

The only thing missing from the episode was T-bags & Sucre but there is more development of other characters especially Scofield & overall this episode gives you a pretty good idea of the things going to come in the next few episodes and I have never felt so excited.


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