#1 Posted on 21.3.06 0000.40 Reposted on: 21.3.13 0000.40
I'm so happy to have this show back.
The dead man walking scene was tear-jerking. When the governor calls Pope, you'd think they were going down the cheesy last-minute-clemency route. But this is Prison Break we're talking about. De-nied. But is the guv bad or was he just being influenced by some patriotic speech by the Veep?
Seemingly, Lincoln's only way out now is for one of Bellick's two buddies to come forward and admit the fuse was blown.
Please let Abruzzi survive and bring back Kellerman!
Can we have a thread icon, pretty please? What is that one between Arrested and CSI, anyway?
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#2 Posted on 21.3.06 0021.29 Reposted on: 21.3.13 0023.32
Their logo is too wide and too short, but there's a (really crappy) thread icon for you.
The one you don't know is "Boston Legal" - I suppose some day I should put up a sticky reminding everybody what the icons are supposed to be....although if you can't figure it out, I probably shouldn't have them in the first place ohhhh well.
#4 Posted on 21.3.06 0850.34 Reposted on: 21.3.13 0851.32
Erm, the first 40 minutes? Basically, Scofield and crew managed to slip out of the storage room and back to their work site. Then Bellick came in and sent them back to their cells. Then Michael had a plan to short the fuse box for the chair (which he did using a rat) so that they would have to wait three weeks to redo the execution, but Bellick got wind of it (via the kid he's ordered to tail Scofield -- a rat of his own), and had the chair rechecked, so he found out it wasn't working. The maintainance guy was going to report the shorted fuse, which, with processing the paperwork, would delay the execution three weeks per the plan, but Bellick convinced him not to tell anyone and the execution is set to go. I think that covers the first 40 minutes.
I honestly have no idea if Lincoln is going to die or not. I mean, it sure SEEMS like he's got no chance left, but with all the talk of "you have to have faith" during Lincoln's flashback, I wonder if there won't be some sort of miracle to intervene. Still, I suppose I can't put it past this show to protect anyone, even if they are in the credits.
Based on the teaser for next week,
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they at least did a good job picking quotes that would make it sound like Lincoln won't make it.