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8/10
Leave or Both Get Caught
claudio_carvalho16 October 2008
Sucre escapes with the bag of money, but actually it was Michael's plan to lure T-Bag; however they realize that T-Bag switched the bags and they have nothing but old National Geographic magazines. Due to the road block, they try to escape through the river, but Sucre's foot is hold under a trunk of a fallen tree and they need to wait the opening of a floodgate of a dam to raise the level of water and release Sucre. Meanwhile Sara is attacked in her home by a killer from the Company that wants to kill her with an OD of morphine, but she manages to escape through the fire ladder. Later she calls Bruce and a woman is mistakenly taken as Sara in the spot where she was supposed to be and executed; Sara discovers that Bruce is also a conspirator. She takes the documents of the victim, Kelli Foster, and deciphers Michael's message in the origami. However, she recalls that she forgot the last letter in her apartment. The Internal Affairs interrogates Mahone in the Chicago Field Office, disclosing his profile of psychopath. Lincoln heads to Arizona to rescue LJ, but the teenager is under watch of Kellerman's men. T-Bag heads to S. Hollander's address seeking revenge against her betrayal. Bellick and Geary go to Jeanette's house seeking information about DB's money.

In this episode, Sara discovers that her father has not committed suicide and how huge the conspiracy is inclusive with Bruce taking part. Mahone is really a psychopath protected by Kellerman assigned to kill the escapees. The despicable Bellick and Geary are back trying to get into T-Bag's mind. Sucre finds that Maricruz said "I don't" in the altar and he expects to be with her again. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Armadilha Mortal" ("Mortal Trap")
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10/10
Still the best show
gecko_geico30 October 2006
Warning: Spoilers
sure it seems like the show is going down hill to some people but i still think its really great! i agree that people are getting killed off a little to fast, but they must have a good story plan coming from it or its just a waste of time.i'm not going to say anything bad about the show the only thing that made me upset was when David Apolskis died i really liked his character. i hope this show runs for plenty more seasons. Mondays really suck because its the beginning of the week and everyone knows how that feels, but knowing that this show is on kinda makes the first day of the week bearable. every show ends in a way that makes you can't wait till next week although i hate the long wait the show is definitely worth it.
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7/10
The show is going down...
faincut27 October 2006
Lincoln tracks his son, sitting under the FBI noses - and they don't see him. He manages to save his son, with a "brilliant" plan - FBI lose again. Scofield acts with Sucre a little robbery scene and in the end are fooled by "T-Bag" - he is probably a BAG expert. Bellick is back and he easily gets information to be back in the picture. I'm sorry to disappoint the fans out there. This show is becoming too stupid. Again, people are killed like flies, shooting them in the street - FBI seems to be all powerful. Everybody is running around and it's making me sick - and all for nothing - just to make us watch. Scofield every episode is stuck because of some stupid obstacle (A wooden log this time). Everybody cheats everybody - power struggles - the magic charm of the first season is lost. I am really getting tired with every episode on the second season, that sets you forward one step and brings you backwards two steps.
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