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Man, this is one nasty, yucky hellhole. Having seen the second episode as well, I can tell you it gets a bit less foul, and (as I said in a recent TV Guide Talk podcast) starts to resemble just an especially dirty Motel 6.
This season premiere gave me a knowing chuckle at times, namely when the dialogue seemed targeted for juicy trailer/preview sound bites.
"Sona... is where they send the worst of the worst."
"There are no guards."
"What goes in... doesn't come out."
"They play Celine Dion all day there."
They have made the place seem
so wretched, in fact, that if Michael doesn't get his "pretty" mussed up some - and quickly - I'm crying cop-out. I know Went is half the show's bread 'n' butter, but Michael is overdue for a bruising.
It's not spoiling much to say that (
Spoiler alert anyway) Episode 2 somewhat addresses that issue. As Dominic Purcell told me in our recent Q&A, this season is about the bros being separated, that while Mikey is in the clink, Linc will get wrapped up in a "spy story" of sorts. Yes, The Company still has an unhealthy fixation on Michael, but as you will soon see, it's for a different reason now. As long as they do not try to sell us on the two conspiracies being intertwined and on them counting on Michael getting thrown into Sona all along, I'll go along for the ride.
Ouch, it just snuck up on me - the image of Bellick traipsing around in... well, next to nothing save for a film of dirt and palpable stench. Get used to it. He doesn't clean up too soon.
I know Mahone and Michael have their "issues," but it seems to me that if I was tossed into this squalid prison, I'd want
some sort of "friend" on my side. Can't these guys get along? Just when you think they might, vastly different agendas will distance them again.
Will Sucre's dream come true? Did he survive the season finale to reunite at long last with (the original) Maricruz? Stay tuned.
And then there is T-Bag. He's one smart cookie, even in this strange new prison. Face it, the guy knows how these places work, and how to make them work for
We didn't get too much of the new folk in this episode, but there's much more next week. The prison boss is a neat character with a surprisingly organized administration in place. But next week, one of life's most basic necessities threatens to unravel all he has built. Quite interesting, in an "upper body tattoo" sort of way, how that all plays out.
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Welcome to Sona If you need fresh linens or wish to sample our salon services ring the bell and an attendant will be right with youNotMan this is one nasty yucky hellhole Having seen the second episode as well I can tell you it gets a bit less foul and as I said in a recent TV Guide Talk podcast starts to resemble just an especially dirty Motel 6This season premiere gave me a knowing chuckle at times namely when the dialogue seemed targeted for juicy trailerpreview sound bitesSona is where they send the worst of the worstThere are no guardsWhat goes in doesnt come outThey play Celine Dion all day thereThey have made the place seem so wretched in fact that if Michael doesnt get his pretty mussed up some and quickly Im crying cop-out I know Went is half the shows bread n butter but Michael is overdue for a bruisingIts not spoiling much to say that Spoiler alert anyway Episode 2 somewhat addresses that issue As Dominic Pur