Prison Break Season 4 Episode 7 Mister T  » TV  »
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    • by Sydney
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      Prison Break 4th season is getting better and better episode after episode. Well for those of you who are watching the 4th season will know that they are in search of Scylla, and so the hunt continues for the last card.

      Well as the previous episodes planning was very complex and hi tech, the plan to get the last card was more sort of a less


      technical and more physical way. Well that was the only way one could do it, since they did not have the card reader. I was surprised to see that Scofield did not come up with the idea, but Lincoln did. Well Lincoln does have some brains.

      I liked how they improvised on the idea. Not only to hit and run, but to make it look ...


      • like a real accident, and not staged very well done. And after watching this serial, I knew that what initially is planned to take place, never does most of the time, and that is what happened again.

        T-bag according to me is turning to be such a wimp. I wonder how he managed to kill so many people for which he got into jail. However

        his brain does work. His idea of Gretchen reconciling with Sarah makes me wonder whether he can read Scofield’s mind.

        The series ends with quite a good climax. However one of the team members dies. I wonder why the writers made this happen. Everyone performed their role so well, no one was extra luggage for the series. But then again it’s Prison Break. A great episode though.




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