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The Killing Box 

In Kansas T-Bag assaults and presumably kills a veteran and steals his prosthetic hand. He singles out an employee of the post office named Denise and romances her. In order to locate his ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Lincoln 'Linc' Burrows
... Michael Scofield
... Fernando Sucre
... Brad Bellick
... Paul Kellerman
... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell
... Sara Tancredi
... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin (credit only)
... Alexander 'Alex' Mahone
... Susan Hollander
... Bill Kim
... Denise
... Salty Vet (as Tim De Zarn)
... General Jonathan Krantz
... FBI Agent Wheeler


In Kansas T-Bag assaults and presumably kills a veteran and steals his prosthetic hand. He singles out an employee of the post office named Denise and romances her. In order to locate his ex-girlfriend (Susan Hollander) who turned him into the authorities, T-Bag lies and convinces the post officer worker to give him Susan's address. Just as she provides him with the information, Denise spots his wanted poster on the post office wall, and T-Bag kills her. In Kansas, Susan opens her door and finds T-Bag standing there. Faced with a potential death penalty sentence, Bellick takes a plea deal and agrees to serve time for Geary's murder, if he can do it at Fox River. After his transfer, the former C.O. discovers the new warden has taken a harsh approach to the treatment of the inmates, and Bellick will not be afforded any special treatment. Sent to gen-pop , Bellick meets his new cell mate, Avocado. Sara desperately attempts to contact Michael, but sees his capture reported on the national... Written by Missy

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27 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Both K.K. Dodds (Susan Hollander) and Sylvia Kelegian (Denise) appear in Spider-Man (2002) See more »


When Denise and T-Bag are in the post office, a close up of T-Bag's wanted poster shows his name as being spelled "THEADORE BAGWELL" rather than "THEODORE BAGWELL." See more »


[on the phone with each other]
Secret Service Special Agent William 'Bill' Kim: Pull this off and you're half way home, Alex. You remember what home is like, don't you? 90 West End Avenue, white fence, red door...
FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone: YOU STAY AWAY FROM MY FAMILY!
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A Surprising Allied
21 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

The Border Patrol arrests Michael and Lincoln, saving them from Mahone that claims that wants his life back. Sucre crosses the border and jumps in a parachute in the Sonora Desert in Mexico. T-Bag goes to a war veteran bar in Pratt, Kansas, and steals a prosthetic job from a veteran sergeant. Michael and Lincoln are apprehended in the Border Patrol Holding Facility, in Las Cruces, New Mexico, waiting for transportation to Fox River, but Bill Kim orders Mahone to kill them. T-Bag meets Denise, who works in the post office, and seduces her to get Susan Hollander's address. Bellick is sent to the District Court in Greeley County, Kansas, and has his bail denied. He makes a deal to be sent to Fox River expecting to have a good life. However the new warden decides to use him as an example of the new administration. Meanwhile Mahone tries to transport the prisoners, but the standard procedure does not allow it. Kellerman makes an arrangement to intercept the convoy in a blocked tunnel to kill the prisoners. However, Michael and Lincoln and helped by a surprising allied. T-Bag finds Susan.

"The Killing Box" is the best episode of the Second Season so far. The story is excellent, with many twists, and I loved the situation of Bellick in Fox River. The end is a stunning surprise, and I really did not expect that Michael and Lincoln could be helped by their new allied. My vote is ten.

Title (Brazil): "Encurralados" ("Trapped")

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