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Prison Break 4 Seasons 2006

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4.6 out of 5 stars (150) IMDb 9/10

Lincoln Burrows is currently on death row and scheduled to die in a few months for an assassination his younger brother, Michael, is convinced he did not commit. With no other options and time winding down, Michael takes drastic measures to get himself incarcerated alongside his brother in Fox River State Penitentiary.

Starring:
Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller

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Season 1
1. Pilot

A man gets himself sent to prison so he can plan an escape for his brother, a death-row inmate who swears he's innocent and is being framed.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 29 August 2005 43 minutes
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2. Allen

As racial tensions simmer inside the prison and Veronica digs into Lincoln's case, Michael tries to get a drug that will help him test positive for diabetes, and to secure a large bolt he can use in his escape plan.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 29 August 2005 44 minutes
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3. Cell Test

Michael encounters problems bringing Abruzzi and Sucre into his plan; Veronica gets a statement from Leticia, but then loses her; and Lincoln considers having a family member at his execution.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 5 September 2005 42 minutes
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4. Cute Poison

Michael obtains some caustic chemicals to use in his escape plan; Haywire develops an uncomfortable fascination with Michael's tattoo; and Veronica enlists further legal help in her investigation.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 12 September 2005 44 minutes
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5. English, Fitz or Percy

While Kellerman and Hale push Michael's transfer, Michael stalls it and tests the first part of his escape plan; and Veronica and Nick study the video that convicted Lincoln, but someone else wants it too.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 19 September 2005 43 minutes
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6. Riots, Drills and the Devil Part 1

Michael's ploy to buy some work time by prompting a cellblock lockdown leads to a full-scale riot; Nick convinces Veronica that he really does want to help her; and Kellerman hires an inmate to kill Lincoln.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 26 September 2005 44 minutes
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7. Riots, Drills and the Devil Part 2

During the prison riot Michael rescues Sara, the assassin tries to kill Lincoln, and Bellick defies Pope to talk to the governor; and Veronica and Nick fly to Washington, DC, to trace the tipster's phone call.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 3 October 2005 42 minutes
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8. The Old Head

Michael tries to figure out how to tunnel into a building that houses a guards' break room; Kellerman and Hale attempt to kill Veronica and LJ; and T-Bag tries to dodge responsibility for Bob's murder.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 24 October 2005 44 minutes
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9. Tweener

T-Bag loses one slave and targets another; Kellerman and Hale continue to follow LJ, who tries to contact Veronica for help; and Abruzzi's inability to meet the gangsters' demands jeopardizes the escape.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 31 October 2005 44 minutes
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10. Sleight of Hand

To regain control of the work team and restore their chances of escape, Abruzzi convinces Michael to tell Falzone where he can find Fibonacci; and as Nick and Veronica wonder where Steadman's money went, the Vice President brings in an FBI crony to take over for Kellerman and Hale.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 7 November 2005 44 minutes
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11. And then there were 7

Quinn terrorizes Veronica, Nick, and LJ; Michael builds a device that helps him figure out how much time his group will have to make its escape; and Westmoreland finally decides to join the escape team.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 14 November 2005 43 minutes
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12. Odd Man Out

Tensions mount after Lincoln warns Michael that someone in the group will have to remain behind; Michael makes progress in reaching the infirmary; and Abruzzi threatens to kill T-Bag if he doesn't drop out of the group.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 21 November 2005 43 minutes
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13. End of the Tunnel

As Lincoln's execution nears, Michael puts the escape plan in motion; Kellerman confronts Hale; and Veronica uses the news media to announce a development that could prove Lincoln's innocence.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 28 November 2005 43 minutes
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14. The Rat

Michael tries, and fails, to delay Lincoln's execution by tampering with the electric chair; Veronica and Nick pursue an exhumation order for Terence Steadman's body; and Lincoln's time runs out.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 20 March 2006 43 minutes
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15. By the Skin and the Teeth

Lincoln, who thinks he sees his father at the execution, wins a two-week stay when a judge orders Terence Steadman's body exhumed; and Sucre calls in a favour to help Michael verify a new route to the infirmary through the complicated drain system.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 27 March 2006 43 minutes
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16. Brother's Keeper

Flashbacks show how Michael, Lincoln, Sucre, C-Note, and T-Bag came to reside in the Fox River prison; and how Sara came to work there.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 3 April 2006 44 minutes
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17. J-Cat

When Michael is thrown into solitary confinement, he nearly drowns in despair; Sucre is left to pave over the escape hole in the guards' room before a carpeting team can find it; and LJ finds Kellerman.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 10 April 2006 43 minutes
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18. Bluff

While Michael, in the psych ward, tries to get Haywire to remember the missing piece of his tattoo, the other members of his team try to keep Bellick from auctioning off Michael and Sucre's unoccupied cell.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 17 April 2006 43 minutes
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19. The Key

Michael tries to figure out how to get the infirmary key from Sara; Lincoln learns about his father's role in the events that have ruined his life; and Tweener becomes desperate to escape from Avocado's abuse.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 24 April 2006 43 minutes
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20. Tonight

With their escape hole discovered, the cons are forced to make their break tonight, but with Lincoln under 24-hour watch, Michael may have to leave him behind; Michael confides in Sara, who abandons him; and then Michael plays his final card, making a drastic move against the warden.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 1 May 2006 42 minutes
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21. Go

Michael forces Pope to transfer Lincoln to the Infirmary; the escapees make it safely to Sara's unlocked office; Westmoreland succumbs but reveals his long held secret; and six of the inmates make it over the wall.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 8 May 2006 41 minutes
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22. Flight

With the escape discovered, Bellick heads a massive manhunt for the cons; Vice President Reynolds makes a shocking power play; and a desperate race to the airstrip leads to a devastating conclusion.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 15 May 2006 42 minutes
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Prison Break slipped by me when it first appeared and I only watched it because I have seen all of 24, Rescue Me etc. Prison Break, though, has been a revelation.

You do have to suspend a certain amount of disbelief, but I want to be entertained and I am willing to give programme makers enough creative license to make that happen. Having said that, Prison Break feels authentic, the sets are amazing and all the details have been laboured over to distraction so one never feels short changed by the plot. The characters are brilliant too with exactly the right pitch between brutal self-preservation and intriguing back story. The stand outs are Lincoln and T-Bag - for me - with T-Bag getting special mention for being the most unsentimental character committed to film. You hate him, but Fox River would be a duller place without him.

But it is the plot that makes this show stand out. The writers have almost recreated the '40's cliffhanger b-movie feel with every episode having an ending that makes you think: Now what will they do? The interweaving plots are just great and the writers should be applauded for not being lazy.

Finally, it's the details that make this great. The fact that there is no swearing, yet Fox River feels like the most oppressive prison ever. The tatoos, the small details that are written into the story that only become apparent 3 or 4 eps down the line. Clever.

Overall an excellent production that makes you want to buy season 2 (which is just as good, BTW).
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Prison Break is one of the best series ever telecast. Its addictive value is so high and it's not surprising if you watch all 22 episodes all in one go. Season 1 has distinct parallels to 'The Great Escape' whereas Season 2 has 'Fugitive' undertones.Wentworth Miller as Schofield is utterly amazing and the absolute villain, 'Teabag' really is a Type Z character. The characterization of each of the fugitives is impressing and it's hard to say who really has 2nd billing after Schofield.
Burrows: Schofield's elder brother framed and sent to death row
Abruzzi; Mafia Boss who eventually turns to Religion
Bellick:The sadistic prison guard
Teabag: Racist, Bisexual Sadist (Any worse)
Dr Tancredi: Prison Doctor with a soft side for Schofield
Westmoreland: The veteran prisoner with an expensive secret
Agent Kellerman: Similar to Agent Smith from Matrix & just as bad

I always thought that Lost, 24 and Desperate Hours were addictive but Prison Break adds the compulsive element. Can't wait for Season 2
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I came to Prison Break through the DVDs and I am grateful that I did. It is compelling viewing and if I had to watch it on a weekly basis my nerves would have been shot to pieces. Luckily with the DVDs I could watch over a weekend without biting my nails down too far. By the end of episode one you realise that it's fine to root for some of the bad guys because they are only bad through circumstances.

Michael is a genius and Wentworth Miller plays him so very well. I immediately recognised him from an episode of Buffy: The Vampire Slayer. The most chilling bad guy is T-Bag, I sat through each of his scenes praying that someone would put him out of his misery but secretly glad that he was still around as I love to hate him. I was surprised when I discovered that the actor who plays him (Robert Knepper) appeared in the episode of Star Trek: TNG as Deanna Troi's betrothed. What a transformation. Kudos to Mr Knepper for creating such a sleazeball character.

The scariest part of this series is the Government conspiracy. You can't help feeling that Michael and his brother are fighting a losing battle as the bodies pile up. If you like your drama tense then this is a must see.
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This is a series of the most superb quality. Hats off to the writers who combine complex plots with psychological thrills all the way. Not one for the fainthearted, bloodshed and emotion spills into every episode, keeping you gripped from beginning to end. With a terrific cast it is no wonder that Prison Break has created such a storm on both sides of the Atlantic. Fantastic.
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I'd seen Prison Break advertised but couldn't believe that they'd be able to make an entire series out of one simple plan....to break out of prison. Then a friend said he'd seen it and raved about it so I took the plunge. Damn am I glad I did. Prison Break is definitely THE best series ever. It knocks spots off Lost and 24 and I see many awards in its future!

The plot centers around Michael Scofield. He is an architect whose brother (Lincoln) has been put on death row for killing the Vice-Presidents brother. Lincoln has always professed his innocence and Michael slowly starts to believe that he's innocent. So Michael hatches a plan......he holds up a bank with the express purpose of getting himself incarcerated at Fox River Penitentiary where Lincoln is being held.....once there he plans to help Lincoln escape.

Meanwhile Lincolns ex-girlfriend takes over as his attorney in a last ditch effort to get a stay of execution. She slowly starts to uncover that Lincolns case was fast-tracked and believes that somebody wants Lincoln dead.....quickly!

The star of this series is definitely Wentworth Miller. He plays the part of Michael to perfection. We see him as a doting brother and fantastic tactician in how he plans everything down to the last detail. And when Dr Sara Tancredi looks into Michaels eyes......all I can say is that I defy any woman in the room not to want to melt into those eyes!

Dominic Purcell plays the part of Lincoln as a man who has accepted his fate and you feel the guy was made for this part. The most disturbing character of all is definitely T-bag played by Robert Knepper. This guy makes my skin crawl and every episode without fail you hope somebody will finish him off.
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