Prison Break Episodes

2005, TV Show

Prison Break Season 1 episodes

Flight Season 1, Episode 22

All the escapees but two make it over the wall, but that doesn't mean they're home free. Meanwhile, Pope finds out that Sara “had a thing” for Michael; Brinker tells the vice president that the Company is cutting her off; and Veronica finds Terrence Steadman's Montana hideout. Gov. Tancredi: John Heard. read more

Go Season 1, Episode 21

Michael, shank in hand, confronts Pope in his office as the escape plan begins to unfold. And while Bellick remains bound and gagged, his truck is found in the parking lot. In Chicago, meanwhile, Nick tells Veronica about his double life while Sara struggles with her decision about whether to help Michael. read more

Tonight Season 1, Episode 20

Bellick's discovery puts a gaping hole in Michael's plans and adds an urgency to his recalculations. Meanwhile, Linc is back in an isolated cell, where he's shackled to a wall; Veronica and Nick arrive at an impasse; Vice President Reynolds (Patricia Wettig) feels the heat from her powerful supporters; and Michael confides in Sara. He also completes the Taj Mahal model for Pope. Gov. Tancredi: John Heard. President Mills: Daniel J. Travanti. read more

The Key Season 1, Episode 19

Kellerman is the first to arrive at the scene of Linc's accident, followed almost immediately by a Good Samaritan. This does not please Westmoreland. Back at Fox River, Tweener's situation with his cellmate is growing desperate; Abruzzi returns a new man, but T-Bag has an old score to settle; and Michael has figured out a new escape route, but needs an infirmary key to make it work. And in Montana, Terrence Steadman has a tense phone conversation with his sister. Nika: Holly Valance. read more

Bluff Season 1, Episode 18

In the psych ward, Michael must keep Haywire off his meds so he'll be able to replace the missing part of Michael's tattoo. Elsewhere, T-Bag and C-Note team up uneasily to raise money to keep Michael and Sucre's cell in friendly hands; LJ's charged with killing his mother and stepfather as well as attempting to kill Kellerman, who's told by Brinker to lay off Linc, which displeases the vice president. And Nick runs into a man in a trench coat. He's not at all happy about it. read more

J Cat Season 1, Episode 17

The work crew in the guardroom is being stymied by a new crew member---Tweener---and new carpeting, and that means the hole in the floor has to be fixed fast. Meanwhile, Sara tells Pope what she found on Michael's burned back; Brinker tells Kellerman the identity of the man who dropped off the evidence in the judge's chambers; and Linc gets a new execution date. read more

Brother's Keeper Season 1, Episode 16

A flashback episode reveals details about the crime that landed Linc on death row, explains Michael's motives for helping his brother, and looks at reasons why other characters wound up at Fox River. For Sara, the road began in a hospital's drug dispensary. Sucre needed a wedding ring for Maricruz (Camille Guaty). C-Note got a taste of military injustice. And T-Bag found love---for a while. read more

By the Skin and the Teeth Season 1, Episode 15

As he awaits his execution, Linc thinks he sees someone from his past in the viewing chamber. Meanwhile, Veronica presses to have Terrence Steadman exhumed to determine if the body is in fact Steadman's. And it's back to the drawing boards for Michael, who's looking for “a new way out of here.” Vice President Reynolds: Patricia Wettig. read more

The Rat Season 1, Episode 14

The night before Linc's scheduled execution, Michael's escape plan fails, and the would-be escapees must get back to their cells without being caught. It won't be easy. Nor will it be easy for Dr. Sara to persuade her father, Gov. “Frontier Justice Frank” Tancredi (John Heard), to grant clemency. But Veronica and Nick have a legal card left to play---and Michael has one more trick up his sleeve---to keep Linc out of the electric chair. Vice President Reynolds: Patricia Wettig. read more

End of the Tunnel Season 1, Episode 13

On the eve of Lincoln's execution, Michael has to break him out of solitary to make the escape; Veronica goes public with what she knows; and Kellerman shows no boundaries in protecting the conspiracy. read more

Odd Man Out Season 1, Episode 12

Alliances and suspicions form as word gets out that there are one too many on the escape team; a collateral cost to keeping the plan alive has a profound effect on Abruzzi. Maggio: Rich Komenich. Maricruz: Camille Guaty. C-Note: Rockmond Dunbar. Tweener: Lane Garrison. read more

And Then There Were 7 Season 1, Episode 11

Bellick is suspicious of someone visiting Michael, who asks a new con to perform his old job to retrieve a key element; an old con finds new reason for wanting in on the escape; and Quinn has trouble tying up loose ends. read more

Sleight of Hand Season 1, Episode 10

Michael must play his ace---and thus cost an innocent life---to keep the plan going; the Secret Service boys get an overseer; Veronica finds why the victim in Lincoln's case was killed. Quinn: Michael Gaston. Falzone: Al Sapienza. C-Note: Rockmond Dunbar. Gus: Petere Reinemann. Abruzzi: Peter Stormare. read more

Tweener Season 1, Episode 9

Abruzzi experiences a loss of power; Lincoln makes contact with LJ; Michael loses patience with T-Bag's ways; another doctor gives Sara information about Michael's past; and Veronica and Nick take a new approach that yields valuable information. read more

The Old Head Season 1, Episode 8

Pope gives Bellick free reign to find CO Bob's killer; the threat to Veronica and Nick is proved valid; Lincoln's son is threatened. Westmoreland: Muse Watson. L.J.: Marshall Allman. Hale: Danny McCarthy. Lisa: Jessalyn Gilsig. T-Bag: Robert Knepper. Kellerman: Paul Adelstein. read more

Riots, Drills and the Devil Season 1, Episode 7

Conclusion. Bellick cozies up to the governor and his hard line against the rioters; Abruzzi lends a hand in laboring on the escape route; Veronica and Nick get a scare in D.C., when they trace the anonymous call that fingered Lincoln. Governor: John Heard. Gus: Peter Reinemann. Fletcher: Michael Stoyanov. Ron: Morocco Omari. Pope: Stacy Keach. Abruzzi: Peter Stormare. Nick: Frank Grillo. Veronica: Robin Tunney. read more

Riots, Drills and the Devil Season 1, Episode 6

Part 1 of 2. Michael creates a problem with the air conditioning to buy more time out of his cell, but it puts Sara---and his whole plan---in jeopardy; Kellerman gets help on the inside to deal with Lincoln. Bag: Robert Knepper. Bellick: Wade Williams. Sara: Sarah Wayne Callies. Sucre: Amaury Nolasco. read more

English, Fitz or Percy Season 1, Episode 5

Kellerman leverages Pope to get Michael transferred; Nick finds flaws in the surveillance tape fingering Lincoln; and Michael makes a test run through the hole in his cell. Also, the link between Michael and Lincoln gets out. Fink: Joe Minoso. Nick: Frank Grillo. Kellerman: Paul Adelstein. Veronica: Robin Tunney. Pope: Stacy Keach. read more

Cute Poison Season 1, Episode 4

Michael's new cellmate shows too much interest in his tattoos; Sucre gets an unwelcome surprise visitor; and Veronica gains an ally in appealing Lincoln's case. Haywire: Silas Weir Mitchell. Sarvinn: Frank Grillo. Maricruz: Camille Guaty. Hector: Kurt Caceres. Michael: Wentworth Miller. Veronica: Robin Tunney. Sucre: Amaury Nolasco. read more

Cell Test Season 1, Episode 3

Abruzzi is urged to put more pressure on Michael, who tests Sucre with a secret; Veronica goes looking for Leticia; LJ is sentenced to do penance with his father, who's asked whom he wants at his execution. Leticia: Adina Porter. LJ: Marshall Allman. Haywire: Silas Weir Mitchell. Sucre: Amaury Nolasco. Bellick: Wade Williams. Veronica: Robin Tunney. Kellerman: Paul Adelstein. read more

Allen Season 1, Episode 2

Michael's efforts to obtain things he needs put him in the middle of an erupting race war; Abruzzi loses patience with Michael; and Veronica sees video evidence that helped convict Lincoln, who tells her his side. T-Bag: Robert Knepper. May Tag: Brian Hamman. Leticia: Adina Porter. Giles: Keith Diamond. C-Note: Rockmond Dunbar. Falzone: Al Sapienza. Bellick: Wade Williams. Abruzzi: Peter Stormare. Scofield: Wentworth Miller. Lincoln: Dominic Purcell. read more

Pilot Season 1, Episode 1

In the series pilot, Scofield arrives in prison, where he aligns with a former mob boss, and gets an offer from the warden while launching the plan to free his framed brother. Scofield: Wentworth Miller. Lincoln: Dominic Purcell. Veronica: Robin Tunney. Warden Pope: Stacy Keach. Abruzzi: Peter Stormare. 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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