Michael, Lincoln and the Ogygia gang race through the desert pursued by Cyclops; A&W and Van Gogh question their roles when their trailing the escapees leads them to Graceland.

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Dr. Sara Tancredi (credit only)
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Paul Kellerman (credit only)
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Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (credit only)
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Fernando Sucre (credit only)
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Jacob Anton Ness (credit only)
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Michael, Lincoln and the Ogygia gang race through the desert pursued by Cyclops; A&W and Van Gogh question their roles when their trailing the escapees leads them to Graceland.

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9 May 2017 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When the group meets with Omar to hitchhike a ride out of Sanaa, Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) is not actually on the set. A body double is standing in for him. His scenes are inserted into the scene electronically. The body double can clearly be seen as the group walks towards Omar & when they're beating him for setting them up. Dominic Purcell is not actually on the set. See more »

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[first lines]
Whip: We got to move.
Michael Scofield: No. We go out on the streets tonight, we're dead. You know it and I know it.
Ja: Even on the outside, I feel the world crushing in.
Lincoln Burrows: That's what being locked up does. You carry the prison with you on the outside.
Ja: I can't live that way. I've got to know the walls disappear.
Whip: It's called being scared. Happens when you're sober.
Ja: Don't give me the pill talk. I won't give you the poor little orphan talk. How your friend here isn't the father figure you thought he was gonna be.
Michael Scofield:
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It all feels a bit sloppy and aimless.
21 June 2017 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I thought the episode was okay. A bit silly, but okay. The episode got to focus almost entirely on the action happening in the middle east. Without spending time on the Sarah plot, this episode was much more engaging and fast-paced. It was an exciting chase episode, shot on nice locations.

With the group of characters on the run getting smaller, as a viewer you become more invested in them. Although the characters act pretty stupid and make poor decisions, due to the current quality of the current Prison Break, it didn't bother me much.

The Poseidon stuff is still a little bit lame and corny though. And some of the dialogue feels really forced and corny. It probably has also to do with the fact that the two poseidon agents are being played by not-so-convincing actors.

But overall I enjoyed myself for 40 minutes. But I won't deny that it all feels a bit sloppy and aimless.


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