Prison Break Season 3 Episode 3 Call Waiting  » TV  »
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  • I think I like the jail in the first season, there were some rules to follow, and everything had to be in a certain order
  • In the process, they discover some interesting information about Whistler and the people who want him out

    • by Tanya
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      In this episode the story continues, and it gets more and more complicated. I don’t really like the new setting, it is just too chaotic and to the pressing.

      I think I like the jail in the first season, there were some rules to follow, and everything had to be in


      a certain order.

      Another thing that bothers me a little bit, is that the jail seems to be populated and run by Americans.

      I find it hard to believe that something like that could be possible in the real-life.

      In this episode, Michael and Lincoln are trying to create Sarah and ...


      • LJ by themselves, without putting too much trust in the people who kidnapped them and promised to let them go once Michael broke Whistler out of jail.

        But their attempt fails.

        In the process, they discover some interesting information about Whistler and the people who want him out.

        It

        seems he was a fisherman after all.

        Things don’t look so good for Mahone, as his trial date is set for a year from now.

        Michael’s confession about planting the drugs is the only way out.

        And it doesn’t look like he’s going to get it.

        I wonder at what he comes up with.




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