The show is going to be off the air for three weeks during baseball playoffs, yet tonight's episode left us hanging with almost as many questions as last week's cliff-hanger. Nice. We still don't know who framed Lincoln; all we learned on that front is that D.C. is filled with bad people who are itching to reenact Phone Booth, and that Blossom's "whoa"-less brother found a gig as a hacker who drives a dilapidated van and traces calls. Inside the cell block the riot raged on, and Michael's attempt to rescue Dr. Sara worked, but may eventually backfire. While I'm sure she's grateful and happy that he survived did you see her scanning the dead and injured list? his lie about mold removal may have clouded her view of her hero and might make her more suspicious about his constant trips to the infirmary. One touching moment of the night was the hug between the two brothers, when they were happily reunited after their harrowing trips. The sentimental emotions and the pure chaos that surrounded them were so nicely juxtaposed. Too bad the sweet interlude didn't last, and skuzzy T-Bag went and offed that poor guard after basically molesting the photograph of the guard's teenaged daughter. I think he's in the running for the most disgusting character on TV right now. But that doesn't mean that the still-shady and power-hungry Captain Bellick is to be trusted one bit. Just because he's not the dirtiest guy in the game doesn't mean he's not playing it for all it's worth.
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