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Prison Break: Greatness Achieved

Greatness-Achieved.jpgIf I'm going down for this, I ain't going alone. We're going together -- like traffic and weather.

Now I know why they keep T-Bag around. The above quote was really his only shining moment this week. His small amount of screen time was spent sweating over the fuzz looking for Andrew Blauner. Remember him? The guy that Gretchen popped a few weeks back?

Still, only T-Bag can deliver lines like that.

[MAJOR SPOILER COMING UP]

Bellick? Not so much. So he had to go. Even though the guy was a complete turd back in season one, Bellick has been quite the sad soul since. He almost committed suicide once before, he had that poor mom, a deceased father, was framed for murder, and had an underpants party in Panama. Hasn't the guy suffered enough? Apparently so. He went out a hero, though, and got the boys one step closer to Scylla.

He went out a lot better than Wyatt, who started off the episode still in custody. For a fleeting moment, it looked as though that hypnotic, psychotic voice was going to entrance Sara. Why exactly was she inside that cage with him again? Maybe she was afraid of Mahone, too. He was ready to rip Wyatt's head off with his bare hands. Or at least hook him up to a car battery and a heart monitor. After a quick call to Mrs. Mahone, he treated Wyatt to a cinder block and short walk off a long pier. Goodbye captain psycho; you've served The Company well.

Back at The Company, The General had been planning to move Scylla. At least before Self mocked up a phone message using Wyatt's voice. Now he thinks the brothers are dead, which gave him more time to make out with Gretchen. Ew. Yes. I need to wash my eyes.

Still, the old bastard likes to keep things spicy, so he decided to move Scylla after all. We shall see who gets to it first next week. David Baker, anyone? -- Rachel Cericola


Posted by Rachel Cericola on November 4, 2008 12:15 AM
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