Prison Break Episodes

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Prison Break Episode: "Eagles and Angels"

Season 4, Episode 4
Episode Synopsis: The crew tracks another card down to the Turkish consulate in Los Angeles, but the cardholder isn't the consul. Meanwhile, Wyatt arrives in L.A. with information about Sara he had extracted from Bennett; Michael and Linc happen upon T-Bag by chance; and Bruce Bennett is found dead.
Original Air Date: Sep 15, 2008
Guest Cast Dylan Kenin: Clozza Michael Bryan French: Gregory White Clint Jung: Shan Xing Shannon Lucio: Trishanne Tara Karsian: Georgie Troy Ruptash: Jasper Potts Stacy Haiduk: Lisa Tabak Ron Yuan: Feng Yuan Dameon Clarke: Andrew Blauner Dan Sachoff: Aide Darin Heames: Shep (Roland Winston Shepard) Bill Doyle: Lt. Bernitz
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Season 4, Episode 4
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Length: 44:14
Aired: 9/15/2008
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"Safe and Sound" Season 4, Episode 4

This week on Fox's Prison Break, a third Scylla card was targeted, Michael continued to hide a secret from Sara, and T-Bag's cover began to unravel. Read on for the full recap! First off, a moment of silence for the news that William Fichtner has landed the lead in a brand-new TNT pilot. Great news for Bill, but a seeming omen for the Break. Sure, "technically" Night and Day is second position to Prison Break meaning, if Mahone and the show stay alive, Fichtner has to take a knee on the new series but that rarely happens. (See: Milo Ventimiglia and The Bedford Diaries vs. Heroes.) Speaking of Mahone, I liked how the show opened with Alex and his wife reuniting, and her urging him to find and slay the "monster." She wants normalcy as much as he does, and knows the things he must do to get there. What a cool couple they are. How "fitting" that T-Bag's fortunes changed some more thanks to a tea bag. So, the already random bird book has even-more-secret messages that can be revealed by water. OK. Sucre and Bellick went looking for Teodoro, but busty receptionist kept him hidden - for now, and in exchange for three percent of, well, nothing. Now, though, she's having second thoughts about perhaps giving Brad a ring. Phone numbers that could or could not be called was a theme this week, as the motel clerk nearly ratted out Mahone, but how awesome was it that Alex stayed a step ahead and instead emerged as the one with a bead on Cress Williams' killer. (Name, please? Anyone?) This week's card theft was "fine," though I think we have seen the Faux Maintenance Guys Shtick played once too often elsewhere. That secretary was remarkably patient with the guys' noisy, noisy wet-vac. And I was curious how the interior of the safe would look once the guy opened it from the other side. Did I not see any indication of a sawed-and-plugged hole? So here we are, three cards down, three to go. But the bad news for the boys is that the General is onto them, and Self is about to get intense face time with Cress Williams' killer. Meanwhile, Gretchen plucky, plucky Gretchen has overpowered her captor and looks very, very mad. Watch out for her Cress Williams' killer! The whole Laos thing that Sara was Googling on her PDA, while Rolland kept a wary eye on her? Zzzz. Can someone recap for me what that taught us? What is the deal with Michael's nose bleeds? I have a news story on that coming up soon. show less
This week on Foxs Prison Break a third Scylla card was targeted Michael continued to hide a secret from Sara and T-Bags cover began to unravel Read on for the full recapFirst off a moment of silence for the news that William Fichtner has landed the lead in a brand-new TNT pilot Great news for Bill but a seeming omen for the Break Sure technically Night and Day is second position to Prison Break meaning if Mahone and the show stay alive Fichtner has to take a knee on the new series but that rarely happens See Milo Ventimiglia and The Bedford Diaries vs HeroesSpeaking of Mahone I liked how the show opened with Alex and his wife reuniting and her urging him to find and slay the monster She wants normalcy as much as he does and knows the things he must do to get there What a cool couple they areHow fitting that T-Bags fortunes changed some more thanks to a tea bag So the already random bird book has even-more-secret messages that can be r 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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