Monday, October 22, 2007

Prison Break to end Where it Began?

In one week Prison Break returns to begin its three episode dash towards the end of its second season. Just where will the boys end up now that their plan for freedom has collapsed? Luckily, Prison Break sources are leaking like a sieve, so if you want to know what the rest of the season holds for Prison Break read on. Beware of major spoilers.

The run begins in March 19's episode of Prison Break, 'Panama'. In this episode we find out what Michael had in mind when he said it was time to disappear and he and Linc attempt to stow away on a freighter bound for Panama. Problem is Sara cannot get to the ship, and the rumor is she will ultimately sacrifice herself to allow the boys to escape. C-Note gets a nice deal from the FBI in exchange for testifying against Mahone, now can the rogue agent be pulled in? Bellick and Sucre are on the trail of T-Bag and his five-million.

March 26's Fin Del Camino picks up with Michael determined to put an end to T-Bag's campaign of terror. Lincoln and Mahone will finally face off. Sarah is in some pretty deep trouble and looks bound for hard time with no witnesses to back her up. There is a huge rumor that Kellerman himself will step in to save Sara, at his own peril. It would make perfect sense for him to go away since he is migrating to ABC to join the Grey's Anatomy spinoff.

April 2nd brings us to the finale and the end of season two for Prison Break. This one is a little light on details but we do know that both Michael and Linc end up in Panama, but Michael is apparently arrested and put into a maximum security prison! Talk about ending where you started off, bet Mike doesn't have a tattoo of this place on his back.

It is extremely odd for the series to end this way, the boys farther away than ever from clearing their names, in a strange foreign land with their allies far behind them. All in all it lays a nifty foundation for season four, and the details we don't know about these episodes will make it all the more interesting.

- Jon Lachonis, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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