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Prison Break Episode: "Bang and Burn"

Season 3, Episode 8
Episode Synopsis: The Company has given Linc four days to get Whistler out of Sona, but Susan B. decides to act on her own, bypassing Michael, who finds a new ally in Sona. Meanwhile, Lechero faces a challenge from Sammy; Linc and Sucre try again to rescue LJ; Sofia learns some new things about Whistler; and Mahone, still strung out, testifies.
Original Air Date: Nov 13, 2007
Guest Cast Sean McGraw: American Panelist John S. Davies: Agent Elliott Pike Danay Garcia: Sofia Castulo Guerra: Gen. Zavala Kim Coates: Sullins Mike Gomez: Panama Jack Christopher Lamark: Soldier Laurence Mason: Sammy Carlo Alban: McGrady Barbara Eve Harris: Lang
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Season 3, Episode 8
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Length: 43:17
Aired: 11/12/2007
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For starters, and I did a bit of a rant on this in the podcast, the Michael-in-a-long-sleeve-shirt thing is getting very silly. There he was, sitting in a solitary confinement "cell" designed to sweat the inmate into subserviance if not death, and he doesn't strip - all because, what, Wentworth won't slap on the faux tatts for one episode? OK, nit is picked. Storywise, I question Michael's decision to involve the new "general" or whatever in the details of the escape plan forced upon him. As Linc said, LJ could have easily been Tancredi'd if things went wrong (as they did). Of course, things would not have gone as badly had General Mynameistoast taken an actual police force with him to the shack, instead of one ADD-addled dope. That scene, and the water torture, sure showed us some new depths to Gretchen's grit. Too bad she then fell for the, "Sucre is quarreling with Linc" trap. Duh! Who else was cheering when Bellick bested the Latin king? That was so awesome, dirty tricks or not. Our boy who paraded around for so (OK, too) long in but a diaper now has some cred. Damn T-bag for seemingly plotting to undermine it. Sammy is so going to die, it's just a matter of by whose hand. Good. He bugs me. So many episodes into the season now, what do we all think of the casting of Whistler? I'm just not feeling it. Something is a bit off. Or maybe it's just the character, who is so vaguely defined. My favorite moment of this week? When Michael got in Susan B.'s face and asked her if she killed Sarah. It could be so easy to completely forget the Sarah/love lost angle, but when Michael promises to "come find you," you do remember the pain he must be feeling inside. Use our Online Video Guide to find past Prison Break episodes and catch up on new clips. show less
For starters and I did a bit of a rant on this in the podcast the Michael-in-a-long-sleeve-shirt thing is getting very silly There he was sitting in a solitary confinement cell designed to sweat the inmate into subserviance if not death and he doesnt strip all because what Wentworth wont slap on the faux tatts for one episode OK nit is pickedStorywise I question Michaels decision to involve the new general or whatever in the details of the escape plan forced upon him As Linc said LJ could have easily been Tancredid if things went wrong as they did Of course things would not have gone as badly had General Mynameistoast taken an actual police force with him to the shack instead of one ADD-addled dope That scene and the water torture sure showed us some new depths to Gretchens grit Too bad she then fell for the Sucre is quarreling with Linc trap DuhWho else was cheering when Bellick bested the Latin king That was so awesome dirty tricks or read more

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Premiered: August 29, 2005, on FOX
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: An engineer gets himself incarcerated to engineer the escape of his death-row brother, who was framed for killing the vice president's brother. While the setup requires a leap of faith, the drama is consistently taut as Michael Scofield succeeds, only to find himself and his fellow escapees on the lam in Season 2---and back in prison, this time in Panama, in Season 3, giving Michael another escape to engineer. In Season 4, Michael and crew were back in the U.S., chasing the nefarious Company.

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