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Prison Break: Bad Blood

Jeff is on vacation, so I am jumping in this week. He will return to his regularly scheduled write-ups next week.

Wentworth Miller
Dominic Purcell
Sarah Wayne Callies
Michael, Linc, Sara & Kellerman
Kellerman, Michael, Linc and Sara are still together. Sara has the magic key that will supposedly put an end to all of this madness. About 2 seconds from what everyone assumes will be sweet freedom, some joker at the cigar club identifies her and says they need to chat. She says "of course," and then takes off. Maybe he doesn't want the show to end either.

In the meantime, Michael spots the fuzz circling outside. The guy has been in prison and on the run for god knows how long. Can't he have a few minutes of Miller time?

Michael steals an old guy's cell phone and the two of them hightail it through the kitchen and out the fire exit -- just in case the police didn't know they were leaving.

Meanwhile Mahone is in Minneapolis, calling his son in the hospital. The son gives him the sad, "are you mad at me?" Being a proud papa, Mahone tries to explain that it wasn't his son's fault and how he should have been there to protect him. Even though Mahone has a mean streak, he loves his family. You can't fault him for that. However, the kid cut him off before the "I love you!" He buys him a teddy bear anyway.

Warden Pope (or former warden -- do they get to keep the title like the president?) is apparently a member of the cigar club, so Sara and Michael show up on his front doorstep looking for help.

Pope doesn't want any trouble, but he may get. Michael has a gun and he might actually be willing to use it -- by offering it up for the Warden to use. He doesn't want the gun, but the lure of the magic key is too strong, so he heads back to the cigar club with Michael and Sara. I can't believe that they forked over the one thing that could possibly get them out of this. Maybe they were too busy flirting in the car.

Kellerman and Linc are hanging out on a rooftop. This is where Kellerman informs Linc that no one is getting out alive, and he wants to take as many of "them" out when his time comes. It's also where Linc realizes that Kellerman is full of crap if he expects anyone to believe he wasn't in love with the president.

Mr. Kim finds out that Sara was seen at the cigar club and books himself a flight to Chicago. Yeah -- like he can do anything except look pissed.

Pope finds a USB hard drive and a couple of Cubans, and borrows a PC to peek at the goods. He took too long, giving Mr. Kim enough time to meet him at the door. Kellerman should have picked that guy off from the roof. Instead, Michael plows right into Kim. YES! The moment we've all been waiting for. Linc follows it up with about seven massive punches to the face, and Kim still gets up. Could Kim be a Terminator?

As sirens flare, Sara decides that there's no more room in the car now that they've got Pope. I guess she likes to put the seat back, so she locks Kellerman out. Damn her! Just when I was starting to like the guy.

As part of the bargain to get Pope to come with them, Michael said he would turn himself in. But since Pope listened to the disk, he gives Michael the goods and wishes them all well.

The episode ends with Michael, Linc and Sara about to rock out to the sounds on the USB drive. Of course, we'll have to wait until next week!

Robert Knepper
T-Bag
Out on the open road, we find T-Bag and the bagettes, his new unhappy family. He takes them to what used to be his home, only to find it has been vandalized. It also has creepy voices lingering, that only T-Bag can hear.

Flashback to T-Bag's youth: Apparently, he knows the dictionary very well. He's even buried his childhood friend in the wall. While he's on his house tour, reminicing about his abusive childhood, why doesn't one of the kids pick up a 2x4 and slam T-Bag in the back of the head? I mean, the guy's got ONE arm!

After some spring cleaning, he shoves the kids into a dark room and tries to convince Susan that he's a good egg after all. He wants to be a changed man, wants to be daddy-dearest to the kids. And here's the kicker: Susan actually seems to want to play along for a second, but she tells dear Teddy that she wants no part of his salvation. The voices come back, but this time they are of Susan crying from what might be the basement. T-Bag spies an axe lying nearby.

Just when you think the T-Bag that we know and love is alive and well, he actually turns out to be a nice guy. After all of the killings, he leaves the Hollanders behind and calls 911 for them to be picked up. Later we see him crying behind the side of the road. I guess freedom is not what it's cracked up to be.

Amaury Nolasco
Sucre
South of the border, Sucre's car has died. What do you expect for free? He instantly finds a ride with an airport security person who just happens to be heading to work to head off Sucre.

Maricruz gets off the plane to find Sucre running towards her. He grabs his love and the two take off in a taxi. I hope those crazy kids make it.

William Fichtner
C-Note
C-Note and Half Note (Jeff came up with that) are at a doctor's office, because Half Note isn't looking so hot. He makes them known by freaking out on a nurse about how he knows the law -- he just doesn't follow it.

After being refused service, Mahone shows up and chases the two out the back door. C-Note jumps on a train, and after his kid uses herself as a human shield, the train doors close and they get away.

Inside a creepy clinic, he finds a chain-smoking doctor that't willing to take all of his money to look at Half Note. You can't tell from her crappy acting, but Half Note needs dialysis. C-Note decides he doesn't want the doctor's shaky, tobacco-stained fingers all over his kid, so he takes off. He has nowhere to go though, so he just sits behind a building, hugs his daughter, cries and tries to apologize. It's time to turn himself in.

Next we see Mahone giving the bear to Half Note. However, to get Mrs. C-Note set free and reunited with his sick daughter, C-Note needs to promise to get Schofield. Pretty bold of him, since he can't possibly know where Schofield has gone. And what about Linc? After all, he is the one wanted for murder, right? -- Rachel Cericola


Posted by Rachel Cericola on February 19, 2007 11:56 PM
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This ep seemed all over the place to me. I mean, come on, how many times can Sucre just barely escape the law and now he has his GF (and she's preggers, right?) on the run too?

I was surprised about T-Bag's storyline. I wasn't sure what to expect, but that wasn't it. It was actually touching. You feel sorry for the scumbag, but he's still a scumbag!

Is C-Note really gonna help Mahone or try to play him too?

Whatever's on that thumb drive better be good!

-- Posted by: Connie at February 20, 2007 5:01 PM

I love Sucre, but I do think he should just get away and have that be the end of it. I mean, he made it to Mexico... shouldn't that be that?

I think C-Note will try to help Mahone just because it will save what's left of his family. Not sure how he can do that though. I actually feel bad for him too. His crimes were so stupid, and he was just trying to pull his family together.

-- Posted by: Rachel at February 20, 2007 7:13 PM

This wasn't one of the better ones that's for sure. It seems that every so often they have to have a blah show. I call them the "B Plot" shows. A bunch of B plots that need to run in order to get on to the next story point, but there's no good A plot to keep it interesting. "Subdivision" comes to mind as an example.

I guess it's just a necessary evil for serialized dramas.

And great work Rachel.

-- Posted by: Jeff at February 21, 2007 3:10 AM

I loved it when Kim got beaten up: first ran over and then punched on the face.

Oh yeah, I was laughing ^^

-- Posted by: Andy at February 23, 2007 7:09 PM

What really bothered me about this episode was that this was the first time since being betrayed that Kellerman had a perfect opportunity to kill Kim, and even declared his goal of "taking as many of them out" yet left him alive and well, in spite of everything he's done to Paul. Can anyone explain this?

-- Posted by: Michael at February 28, 2007 1:56 AM

What really bothered me about this episode was that this was the first time since being betrayed that Kellerman had a perfect opportunity to kill Kim, and even declared his goal of "taking as many of them out" yet left him alive and well, in spite of everything he's done to Paul. Can anyone explain this?

-- Posted by: Michael at February 28, 2007 1:57 AM


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