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Prison Break Finale Recap 5/30/17: Season 5 Episode 9 “Behind the Eyes”

Prison Break: Resurrection’s series finale begins tonight with six minutes before the shot was fired as Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) grabbed his son, Mike (Christopher Michael Cooper) as A&W (Marina Benedict) sits on the bedroom chair pretending to be Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies). Meanwhile, Jacob Anton Ness (Mark Feurerstein) talks to the real Sara he has tied to the chair in front of him. He says what they were doing was advancing their country’s cause but she questions how freeing a man like Abu Ramal (Numan Acar) is helping their country? He admits the missions before him were for the good of the country but Ramal was about her. Jacob continues to explain that Michael refuses to give up his old life and wanted to hold onto it, and when he caught him watching Sara and their infant son, Mike, Jacob wanted him to go away. He sent Michael to Yemen to die so he could have Sara all to himself. He kept promising the memories would fade as anniversaries went by and he would raise that beautiful child. Sara immediately corrects him saying Mike is not his but he tells her, he raised him and that isn’t a lie. READ MORE...

'Prison Break' Season 5 Finale Recap: Does Michael Defeat Poseidon?

In the season 5 finale of Prison Break , titled "Behind the Eyes," Michael and his allies work together to try and take Poseidon down for good.   We don't get to see whose brains wind up on the wall right away. First, we get a flashback of six minutes before A&W draws her gun. Jacob still has Sara tied up (just not in the bedroom). She asks her husband if he knows he's a psychopath. Jacob responds that he's not the first CIA man to hide his secret life from his family. Sara points out that Jacob was also hiding his secret life from the CIA. Jacob justifies his actions, stating that if you want to screw something up, put a thousand people on it. And if you want to advance the country's cause, put it in the hands of a select few. He does admit that freeing Abu Ramal wasn't for the good of the country; it was about Sara. ...Read More... //

Prison Break Season 5 Finale Recap

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Prison Break Season 5 Episode 9 Review: Behind the Eyes

Saying goodbye to Prison Break all over again was never going to be an easy task. Thankfully, Prison Break Season 5 Episode 9 brought the storyline full circle while giving the characters the endings they should have gotten in the first place. Hey, we've waited years for this ending, and I'm glad the characters got the justice they deserved. However, I found it so cruel that Whip was killed off like that. From a storyline standpoint, it would have been better to have Whip reunite with T-Bag before Prison Break Season 5 Episode 8 . ...Read More...

Prison Break Finale: Not Everyone Had a Happy Ending

  If we never get another episode of Prison Break , we can rest easy knowing that Michael ( Wentworth Miller ), Lincoln ( Dominic Purcell ), Sara ( Sarah Wayne Callies ) and Michael Jr. are chilling in a park somewhere living a life of freedom where none of them are stuck in prison, breaking into a prison or ... ...Read More... //

Prison Break Finale Recap: Eyes on the Prize Plus, Get the Latest Word on Season 6 ('Ideas Are Percolating')

Proving himself to be as crafty as ever, Prison Breaks Michael Scofield uncorked a few very cool tricks in the name of sinking Poseidon in the Fox revivals ninth and final hour. But before we moved forward, we rewound a bit, to the six minutes prior to the gunshot that splattered blood on the lake [] //

Prison Break Recap 5/23/17: Season 5 Episode 8 “Progeny”

Prison Break: Resurrection begins tonight with Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller), his brother, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), Whip (Augustus Prew) and Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco) whistling for help from their raft somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea; after Posiedon aka Jacob Anton Ness (Mark Feuerstein) had the cargo ship they were on bombed. As they travel, Michael has a flashback to six years earlier when Jacob met with him as a CIA operative and Michael shared information with him wanting to know more about their targets as he didn’t want any surprises. Jacob tells him, together they are changing the world. Jacob noticed that Michael had some new tattoos but he insisted it wasn’t a new plan, he was just tired of looking at empty skin. Jacob admits it was the ink he had in Fox River than intrigued him the most and he had to know everything about the man who wore his escape on his own skin. Jacob tells him the secret to real power is to never betray your intentions, to wear nothing on your sleeve and to never let anyone see your face. READ MORE...

'Prison Break' Recap: Poseidon Sets a Trap for Michael

In this episode of Prison Break , titled "Progeny," Lincoln reveals to Michael what he's been doing for the past seven years, Michael suspects that Sara and Mike are in trouble and prepares to face Poseidon, and Whip is sent to Chicago where he's met by T-Bag.   Michael and his crew survive the tanker blast and are picked up by a French fisherman headed to Marseille. Michael has a flashback to six years earlier and a conversation with Poseidon/Jacob. Poseidon tells Michael that he owns him; he knows everything about him, including the fact that he takes a lot of trips to the zoo (to watch Sara and his son). If Poseidon is so all-knowing, how come he couldn't figure out Michael was stalking his family? ...Read More... //

Prison Break Recap: The Apples Don't Fall Far From the Trees

With its penultimate episode, Foxs Prison Break revival tended to a bit of housekeeping (Where is Sofia?), returnedMichael and Linc to the States, sent Whip on a surprising journey and in its final moments sprung a deadly trap. After the fellas hitch a ride from the site of the blown-up cargo shipto Marseilles, France, Michael []

Prison Break "Progeny" Recap

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