Prison Break (2005–2017)
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Lincoln tries to find out what happened to Michael and C-Note hopes to execute a new escape plan with Cyclops close behind.


Guy Ferland


Paul Scheuring (created by) (as Paul T. Scheuring), Vaun Wilmott





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln 'Linc' Burrows
Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield
Sarah Wayne Callies ... Sara Tancredi
Paul Adelstein ... Paul Kellerman (credit only)
Rockmond Dunbar ... Benjamin Miles 'C-Note' Franklin
Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell
Mark Feuerstein ... Jacob Anton Ness
Inbar Lavi ... Sheba
Augustus Prew ... David 'Whip' Martin
Crystal Balint ... Heather
Marina Benedict ... A&W
Christian Michael Cooper ... Mike Scofield
Amin El Gamal ... Cyclops
Faran Tahir ... Jamil
Lee Majdoub ... Yasser


Lincoln becomes frustrated as he tries to understand what really happened to Michael. C-Note has a new escape plan, but fears it will not be executed quickly enough, as Cyclops is trailing closely behind. Meanwhile, Sara struggles with the idea that Michael may be alive.

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2 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Pacing is fast enough to forget the weaknesses
21 June 2017 | by lorddnarbsySee all my reviews

I like the 'city is a prison approach' but nothing really memorable happens in this episode. The dialogue that has been written for these characters is so poor, that you don't feel anything when they try to be emotional. This show is spoon feeding the audience the information though forced dialogue, because apparently we can't think and make connections for ourselves. Fortunately, the pacing is fast enough, so you don't dwell on these shortcomings.

It's a shame that the prison plot was resolved so quickly because now they rehash the overused conspiracy plot lines which are the far less interesting aspects of the show in my opinion.

On a side note: please develop your characters more, Scheuring. Don't use the old familiar ones on the sidelines where don't actual contribute much to the plot and use new faces which you don't give any development (because that screen time is given to the familiar faces; T-Bag, C-Note etc.) If you develop your characters more, than we actually might give a sh*t when someone gets killed of. There all completely forgettable, dull and bland now.

But to end on a positive note, the action and pacing keeps me interested and I will tune in next time.

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