When T-Bag ambushes Sara, he warns her that two of Poseidon's henchmen, Van Gogh and A&W, may be following her. Meanwhile, Lincoln attempts to retrieve his confiscated passport to escape Yemen, and Michael plans his next move.

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When T-Bag ambushes Sara, he warns her that two of Poseidon's henchmen, Van Gogh and A&W, may be following her. Meanwhile, Lincoln attempts to retrieve his confiscated passport to escape Yemen, and Michael plans his next move.

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It is revealed in this episode that Michael Scofield was given the identity of Kaniel Outis to get into Ogygia prison only 4 years ago (2012 approx.). However, the coat that Lincoln recovers from Michael's coffin (buried in 2009) already had 'Made for Kaniel Outis' written on it. But, Michael wasn't given the fake identity of Kaniel Outis at the time of burial, but only 3 years later. He was hopping between different identities and prisons between 2009 and his arrival in Ogygia in 2012- as his trusted cellmate reveals in this episode. See more »

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Michael Scofield: [Recording video on cell phone] Sara... I'm putting you in danger by saying this, but maybe it doesn't matter because I'll be dead, and they'll leave you alone. But I love you. You see, I loved you. I never stopped loving you. This whole lie, it was for you. Sara, if I... if I do die, don't let them put Kaniel Outis on the headstone... because that's never what it was. Make them put my real name, the man I have always been. Michael Scofield.
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No bigger story hiding up!
20 April 2017 | by (Croatia) – See all my reviews

contains spoilers I'm quite disappointed with this episode. After interesting end of the last episode I thought that they will continue with dramatic ending,what is why we all loved this show. But first time in 5 seasons they blow it up. The scene they break out is simply not made good .It has no drama in that scene. The story-line is revealing itself and it seems that there is nothing bigger in plot that is coming. There is no bigger plan behind the main story-line we are following. Hope there is something more to come.


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