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  • Meanwhile, Lincoln follows the man's girlfriend in an attempt to find out why they want him out and how to get Sara and his son to safety as soon as possible

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      Prison Break Season 3 Episode 2- Fire/Water

      The story continues as Michael tries to figure his way out in the Sona prison. Lincoln’s character is now taking a more active role in the series. I guess that makes sense, since he is on the outside. It’s too bad they made Sara disappear. I really liked her as part of the story.


      She added a lot if dimension to everyone’s characters- now it’s only about the men and bad women.

      I looks like was right about this season. The new season is much tougher than the previous two, and I must stay that at times it is hard to watch.

      In this episode, Mahone and T-Bag discover that the man was ...


      • hiding in the sewers and go after him to win a favour with the unofficial prison boss. Michael does not lose a moment and manages to guarantee the man’s safety by fixing the water pipe- which makes the men less aggressive. He still does not know who and why they want him out, but he prefers not to ask. Meanwhile,
        Lincoln follows the man’s girlfriend in an attempt to find out why they want him out and how to get Sara and his son to safety as soon as possible. But he is being followed and his moves are monitored by the mysterious woman.

        Sucre makes a difficult decision to let Maria Cruz go in order to ensure her safety.




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