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John Doe 

Linc and Michael have decided to take the keys and escape, figuring at least they'll go down fighting. FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone chased them while staying in contact with Secret ... See full summary »


Kevin Hooks


Paul Scheuring (created by) (as Paul T. Scheuring), Matt Olmstead | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln 'Linc' Burrows
Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield
Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick
Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman
Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell
Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin
William Fichtner ... Alexander 'Alex' Mahone
Jeff Perry ... Terrence Steadman
Callie Thorne ... Pam Mahone
K.K. Dodds ... Susan Hollander
Reggie Lee ... Bill Kim
Lester Speight ... Inmate (as Lester 'Rasta' Speight)
Helena Klevorn Helena Klevorn ... Dede Franklin
Christian Stolte ... Corrections Officer Keith Stolte
Daniel Allar Daniel Allar ... Avocado


Linc and Michael have decided to take the keys and escape, figuring at least they'll go down fighting. FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone chased them while staying in contact with Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman who suddenly shot Mahone and gave the brothers a ride because he wants revenge on the White House; Linc wants his instead, but is offered the location of Terence Steadman. T-bag visits his wife, who tells him the children think he's their Uncle Teddy on an oil rig, but he moves in; when his wife gets the gun, he attacks her and son Zach him, so he turns the home into a private prison. In prison, former boss Bellick, who naively had made a deal in order to do his time in Illinois, shivers in general population among the prisoners he abused and their mates, he has none as the new warden sees him as an example of his new, clean ship; he soon realizes there's no pleasing them, and tries hitting hard; a loyal guard warns him the night shift is on his enemies side as he ... Written by KGF Vissers

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22 January 2007 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Jeff Perry (Terrance) guest starred in Columbia, season 8 episode 2. Became a John Doe in the episode. See more »


Throughout the series you learned Terrance Steadman, the person who was presumed dead and killed by Lincoln Burrows is not dead. To prove of his death they removed Steadman's teeth earlier and added them to the corpse that was supposedly him. On this episode Steadman is talking and has a full set of teeth (which are not fake at all) and is shown in various scenes that he still has his teeth. See more »


Michael Scofield: So this is the big conspiracy, huh? Bunch of little boys in suits, running around trying to kill each other? It's pathetic.
Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman: [to Michael] Well, you were a little more formidable than we anticipated.
Lincoln Burrows: We don't need compliments out of you, jackass.
Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman: Oh, yes, there it is, that winning Burrows personality.
Lincoln Burrows: Shut your mouth and drive.
Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman: [interrupts Lincoln] The one we really knew would win over a jury, good work!
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Season of Stupidity especially - 3
11 October 2017 | by jitmehraSee all my reviews

So again here, they do the dumbest thing possible. If it weren't fiction I would seriously doubt Michael's intentions to save himself and his brother thanks to the stupid things he does. So The brothers have the best thing they could hope for - Terence Stead man, alive and kicking, passport to their innocence, freedom everything and a Secret Service Agent now turned against the President helping them. It's like God's blessing them with everything they could ask for, but no, they have to do something stupid. So Michael here is not able to bear that he is not the in charge. And despite Keller man explained to to him how important is Steadman alive for them, how he has the answers to all of Caroline's secrets that eventually will set them free, how Steadman is useless otherwise and how Michael and Lincoln are totally screwed without his help, Michael good s on to act all macho, As if he is suffering from some disorder where he has to prove he is the leader. He goes ahead and calls a media house telling them his address and hoping to turn himself in. Surprisingly they are not prepared for Steadman trying to escape after this call. The old man manages to snatch the gun from Lincoln, the guy who's supposed to be so tough. Michael emotionally blackmails him about how so many ppl are dead because of him and asks him to turn himself in. Like such moral lectures work in the real world. Once satisfied , they don't bother to even try to get the gun from him. And tortured by Michael' s blackmailing Steadman kills himself. Height of nonsense. You would ruin something so perfect that was given to you only if you purposely wanted to screw everything. So much for male machoism and men trying to take all decisions.

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