After several weeks off I really needed the handy little "last time on Prison Break" reminder to get me caught up, especially with the lame conspiracy-Robin Tunney subplot. Honestly, if it doesn't happen inside the guarded prison walls, I'm really not that interested. Sure, Veronica nearly exploded, and her poor maintenance man bit the dust, but I was much more upset by the death of Charles' cat Marilyn. That poor kitty did nothing to anyone. She was just minding her own business in the steam pipes, and then wham. But was it T-Bag or Bellick who put the cat down? And while LJ is being framed for a double homicide  truly, like father, like son on the inside T-Bag was scheming and truly behaving in a reprehensible manner. Will the guys really take him along for their wild escape ride? Also, I get that Lincoln would want to save his kid, but dude, your brother gave up his straight-laced, perfectly fine life and really nice apartment to come bust your supposedly not-guilty butt out of jail. The very least you can do is have a smidge of faith that he knows what he's doing. On the bummer factor: I was a little disappointed that we didn't get to see any more of Michael's tattoo. I thought for sure with all the California, Route 66, meet-me-in-St.-Louis talk that there would have been a nice map that maybe ran across his chest or something. Sorry, I got distracted. Anyway, I'm excited that Patricia Wettig, rather Madame Vice President, is the one in charge of framing those Burrows boys. I can't wait to find out what she schemes up next.