Sara meets Michael and Lincoln in a train station in Evansville, Indiana; when she sees Kellerman with them, she becomes disturbed and upset. Kellerman tells that she has a key of a private... See full summary »

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Michael Scofield
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Fernando Sucre (credit only)
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Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell
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Sara meets Michael and Lincoln in a train station in Evansville, Indiana; when she sees Kellerman with them, she becomes disturbed and upset. Kellerman tells that she has a key of a private cigar club in Chicago. Caroline calls Kellerman and he tells that he is heading to Chicago by train, and she promises his life back, inclusive the chief of staff position. T-Bag tells Susan that they are passing through an "adjustment period" in their lives; when she tells him that she will have a guest called Patty Wallace, T-Bag welcomes Patty with a magnificent family brunch and uses the strong father figure to discipline Zack, seducing the guest with his charm and attitude. Wheeler is reporting the actions of Mahone to the FBI Headquarter and they find that Haywire killed a man in Algoma, Wisconsin. Mahone visits Bellick in River Fox, releases him using a habeas-corpus to make his dirty work, and gives a car, a pistol and an FBI badge to the despicable man. Bellick chases and traps Haywire, and... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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There is no passenger train station in Evansville, IN as represented in the opening sequence of the episode. See more »

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Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman: Hey! Whoever this is, tell Bill Kim that he just screwed up... big time.
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Give Me Just a Little More Time
Written by Eddie Holland (as Edythe Wayne) and Ron Dunbar
Performed by The Chairmen of the Board
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Heading to Holland and Chicago
24 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

Sara meets Michael and Lincoln in a train station in Evansville, Indiana; when she sees Kellerman with them, she becomes disturbed and upset. Kellerman tells that she has a key of a private cigar club in Chicago. Caroline calls Kellerman and he tells that he is heading to Chicago by train, and she promises his life back, inclusive the chief of staff position. T-Bag tells Susan that they are passing through an "adjustment period" in their lives; when she tells him that she will have a guest called Patty Wallace, T-Bag welcomes Patty with a magnificent family brunch and uses the strong father figure to discipline Zack, seducing the guest with his charm and attitude. Wheeler is reporting the actions of Mahone to the FBI Headquarter and they find that Haywire killed a man in Algoma, Wisconsin. Mahone visits Bellick in River Fox, releases him using a habeas-corpus to make his dirty work, and gives a car, a pistol and an FBI badge to the despicable man. Bellick chases and traps Haywire, and waits for Mahone. In Benson, Minnesota, C-Note and Dede are leaving a snack bar when an addicted thief announces a heist. When Kellerman sees a road block on the train, he realizes that he was betrayed.

In this good episode, Bill Kim lures the unreliable and dangerous Kellerman using his juvenile passion for Caroline; however, he associates the last actions and discovers the truth in the last moment. The traumatized Sara and Michael are finally together and in love for each other. T-Bag is very seductive and easily lures the naive Patty with his attitudes. C-Note shows character and how unfair is his sentence, saving the waitress of the snack bar from the drugged robber. Mahone seems to have unlimited power, not only releasing the scum Bellick but also giving power to him. The demented Haywire is finally set free and even Mahone seems to have felt how ill the guy was. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Chicago"


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