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Prison Break: Safe and Sound

safeandsound.jpgSarah is smart. She knows a hot man when she sees one. She also knows when she is being followed. Maybe it's because she didn't put away that Scotch from last week.

After spotting Wyatt, a brief, boring chase ensues. With the exception of the liquid metal, Wyatt reminds me of Robert Patrick in "Terminator 2." He's got all of the emotion of a cyborg, and "he will not stop, ever, until you are dead." If you are being chased by Wyatt or a cyborg, you'll need to run out into traffic. If you get hit, it's a better fate than having Wyatt catch up with you. In this case, Sarah lost him. Maybe not wander off next time, eh?

Believe it or not, Wyatt stalking Sarah was a good thing. That way, she could ID him to Mahone, who also used the same picture to show/scare his ex-wife. That's right; he had a little meeting with the ex-Mrs. She didn't give him a hug, but she did deliver a gun. Now the hunter is the hunted. In other words, Mahone is now the Terminator -- and we love it!

Back to the Scylla search: Self knew this week's cardholder. His name is Griffin, they live in the same building, and he is the head of the U.S. Treasury L.A. bureau. Self then stormed into Griffin's office, and almost got the card. However, that would have been a very short episode. To make things complicated, Griffin had his card in a safe -- one that Roland's magic copy machine can't penetrate.

Safe? This may be difficult for some, but Michael has seen more than one chicken foot in his time. Using Self's hand-drawn picture of the safe's insignia, Michael learned that the safe not only needs the guy's fingerprint, but a 12-digit keycode. However Michael's resume is full of break-ins. They decided to go through the back instead.

Self got the guys into the building and the Griffin's neighboring officemate out. Then, Michael and Linc went to work on breaking into the back of the safe, while Sucre and Bellick made noise cleaning the carpets.

One thing Michael can't seem to crack? Those darn nosebleeds! He gets another one while hiding in the ceiling. Linc notices. Luckily, the woman he bled on didn't. Linc spilled that this is not a recent thing; he got them when he was a kid. How come we never saw the nosebleeds in seasons one through three?

The plan went off with just one hitch: The General stopped in for a visit. Surprise! Of course, there's no ink stain big enough to cover up the noise on both sides of the wall. However, the boys pulled off their caper just in the nick of time. Episode complete!

In other news: People are waiting for T-Bag (aka Cole Pfeiffer) to produce. Instead, he spills his tea all over Whistler's bird book. This makes something appear, sort of like Color Wonder. He needs more tea to complete the puzzle, only the receptionist is distracted by Bellick and Sucre, who are looking for T-Bag. Instead of info, Trish Ann will get 3 percent of T-Bag's future earnings. What's 3 percent of zero?

T-Bag/Cole could be in over his head, though. If he doesn't produce Scylla in a matter of days, it could mean certain death -- and he doesn't have a 7-man army like Michael and the gang.

Other revelations:


  • GATE stands for "Greatness Achieved Through Excellence." That sounds like an extremely lame cult or something.

  • The truly psychotic killers preferred method of murder: to "smell" someone to death.

Also, Gretchen made her great escape this week. Who knew a nail to the temple could get you out of a pinch? It looks like next week, she will go to see her sister, and I'm guessing it's not a happy reunion. Also, Self is a made man -- and that's not a good thing. Mahone will get locked up, and the rest of the gang look like they pull of an "Ocean's 11"-style caper. See you next week. -- Rachel Cericola


Posted by Rachel Cericola on September 22, 2008 10:50 PM
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Horrible show horrible acting and it should be canned already!Can't watch another episode and won't, of this trash of a "show" it's absolutely terrible.

-- Posted by: Pat at September 22, 2008 11:38 PM

Heh, I think this was actually the first episode of the season that I actively enjoyed. To each their own, I guess.

-- Posted by: Mike at September 23, 2008 4:27 PM

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