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Photo Finish 

Tyge tells Michael that he and Whistler were co-employees at the McFadden, a hotel in Nice, France. Mahone worries about Tyge's constant, keen observance of Whistler. Having to re-plan ... See full summary »


Kevin Hooks


Paul T. Scheuring (created by), Seth Hoffman




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows
Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield
Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre
Wade Williams ... Brad Bellick
Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell
Chris Vance ... James Whistler
Robert Wisdom ... Lechero
Danay Garcia ... Sofia Lugo
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe ... Susan B. Anthony
William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone
Kim Coates ... Richard Sullins
Barbara Eve Harris ... FBI Agent Felicia Lang
Laurence Mason ... Sammy
Carlo Alban ... McGrady
Dominic Keating ... Andrew Tyge


Tyge tells Michael that he and Whistler were co-employees at the McFadden, a hotel in Nice, France. Mahone worries about Tyge's constant, keen observance of Whistler. Having to re-plan hastily, Michael tells Linc to find out the location of the nearby cafe and drug the guard's coffee, and also demands pictures of LJ and Sara before he escapes. Tyge is stabbed to death. Lechero questions McGrady and has Whistler dragged away for a confession. Michael believes Mahone and Bellick's denials. T-Bag offers Michael a ring he stole from Sammy (his rival for Lechero's confidence), to use to frame Sammy for Tyge's stabbing. Michael finds the murder knife under Mahone's bed and goes to Lechero to denounce Mahone, only to find he has just walked out of the prison. Agents Richard Sullins and Felicia Lang arrive at Sona to present Mahone with a plea bargain from the US Justice: a term reduction to 8 years for testimony against the government conspiracy and Lincoln. He could be out in 4 years, but ... Written by KGF Vissers

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This Is Sona
8 November 2008 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

Michael asks Andrew if he had told the truth, and he tells that he was a concierge in the Ambassador Hotel in Nice, and McFadden worked there with him. Then Michael asks Lincoln to drug the guard and to give recent pictures of Sara, otherwise he would not escape from Sona. Susan tells LJ her experience with hostage exchange in Mansul, Pakistan. Agent Lang visits Mahone and proposes a deal of eight years in another prison with his testimony against the government and Burrow's conspiracy, but he does not accept the offer. When Andrew is found dead stabbed on the neck, Lechero presses McGrady and he tells that he overhead an argument and saw Whistler in the stairs nearby the location where the body was found. Lechero brings Whistler to his room and tries to force his confession. Sammy challenges T-Bag with the chicken foot; T-Bag steals his ring and gives to Michael to frame him. He tells Michael that to save Whistler someone has to die. Susan gives the dog anesthesia Zylafor to Lincoln and he asks for pictures of Sara. Sofia gets a ride with Captain Hurtado and changes the glass of coffee to drug him. Michael finds the knife with blood under Mahone's bed and tells Lechero. However, Richard Sullins proposes four years to Mahone in a minimum security prison since the Justice Department wants to go further in the investigation of President Reynolds, and he accepts, leaving Sona. Lincoln discloses the truth about Sara to Michael; completely disturbed, he challenges Whistler with a chicken foot.

In "Photo Finish", the evolution of Michael's plan gives a complete twist with the revelation of the death of Sara. The cold Susan almost kills LJ in an impressive scene. Andrew Tyge appearance was very short, and the only purpose was to disclose that Whistler is hidden something. The deal of Mahone shows that the Justice Department is investigating the conspiracy. But the attitude of Michael was the great twist, but I believe this is the way he has plotted to release Whistler from Sona. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "As Fotos" ("The Photos")

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