Prison Break Season 1 Episode 1- Pilot  » TV  »
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  • Michael had the knowledge of the place, because, as an engineer, he helped design the structure of the prison

    • by Tanya
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      This is the beginning of the series, and the whole story is being introduced in a very clever way. It really made the story look appealing.

      But there was this feeling that it was going to be some clever spy-like story where the hero outsmarts everyone and manages to make the escape without a scratch.

      As we know,


      the series itself makes it more real and shows much more pain and human element to the story.

      In this episode we get to meet all the key figures in the story.

      We get to see how Michael Scolfield is making all the clever preparations to execute his elaborate plan to save his brother’s life.

      His brother, Lincoln, was ...


      • accused of murdering a brother of the vice president.

        He had received the death penalty and is currently on death row, his execution is within a month’s time.

        But despite all the incriminating evidence, he claims to be innocent, and all the ones who are close to them believe in his innocence.

        Michael devices and

        elaborate plan, which will allow him to be sent to prison, together with his brother, and then to break out.

        He even goes as far as tattooing.

        It presents a blueprint on his chest and arms.

        Michael had the knowledge of the place, because, as an engineer, he helped design the structure of the prison.




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