Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28

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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Memento Mori » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:27 am

Lincoln probably got a tonne of money from the government for his wrongful imprisonment.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by FatDaz » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:30 am

Can anyone explain how Sarah is living in USA, she was in prison awaiting trial for murder and escaped lawful custody fleeing to panama in finale. Fast forward 6 years and she's living back in US using her own name and going about her business without worry.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Ad7 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:32 am

Probably wearing a hoodie to avoid detection like Michael and Lincoln used to during season 4.
Most wanted men in america? Hood up, no problem, lets walk the streets of Chicago.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Memento Mori » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:40 am

Kellerman probably got her exonerated or something, she was framed anyway. I mean Lincoln survived getting thrown out through his car's windscreen in episode 1, don't worry about plot holes.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Ad7 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:47 am

I like the way the car went over the barrier too, but then vanished.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Poser » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:41 pm

This is strawberry floating terrible :lol: (Still watching it though).

There is such a lack of tension. I've admittedly been suffering with a touch of depression over the past year (or five) so maybe I've just stopped caring about anything, but it's just TV by numbers in the worst way.

Oh no my son is missing what's happened oh it's ok there he is.
Oh no the bad men are being released into gen pop, I'm a dead man. Oh no now he's hugging Michael it's all ok lol
Also, anyone else having huge trouble with the dialogue? Not sure if the actors are embarrassed and therefore just mumbling.

Sarah is as lovely as ever, though. So there's that.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by sawyerpip » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:58 pm

Linc's money situation is odd in that he was on the run in the first episode for owing those generic thugs £100,000, so I don't understand how he's suddenly got so much.

I'm presuming Sarah's freedom is linked to the reason why Scofield has been doing these prison breaks for the CIA.

There's no denying that a lot of Prison Break has never really made much sense, and I'd hesitate to even call it good, but there's something about it that's hugely entertaining.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Poser » Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:44 pm

sawyerpip wrote:There's no denying that a lot of Prison Break has never really made much sense, and I'd hesitate to even call it good, but there's something about it that's hugely entertaining.


I think the basic premise of S1 - stuck in a prison, need to find a way out - is a very compelling one. I would be quite happy if they replicated that for this season, tbh, but I suspect Michael will be outta there within a couple more episodes (they certainly don't seem to be trying to develop the characters of his fellow inmates like they did with Lincoln, Sucre and T-Bag.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by sawyerpip » Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:53 pm

I think everyone would agree the first season is by far the best as it was more centered on the actual escape than the whole conspiracy element which was always ridiculous. You're right about the other prisoners, three episodes in and I don't know any of their names except one of them he keeps calling whip(?). I suppose with only a 9 episode season they don't have enough time to develop a load of new characters.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by chalkitdown » Wed Apr 26, 2017 1:49 pm

Another highly strawberry floating entertaining episode. Don't care how stupid it all is, it's just so damn watchable. The reunion. :mrgreen: :wub: It's really rocketing along, the shortened season is a godsend.

Kellerman, though. :( They STILL didn't show him dying on-screen, which means he's almost definitely still alive. :lol:

Everything T-Bag does or says is great. He steals every scene he's in.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Poser » Wed Apr 26, 2017 1:59 pm

chalkitdown wrote:It's really rocketing along


You're telling me :lol:

In a single 30-second sequence:

Clue received from Michael. "Writing looks funny, like the spokes of a wheel." "Yes, or a map of the city."
"Look: a red dot. That must be the rendezvous point!"


Riddle solved. Next!
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by chalkitdown » Wed Apr 26, 2017 5:55 pm

May I present the Linc slide.

http://m.imgur.com/t5S4UQX?r

:lol:

What a guy.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Memento Mori » Wed Apr 26, 2017 5:58 pm

I was hoping that would be giffed, I enjoyed his little roll.
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PostRe: Prison Break: The Final Break - pg28
by Floex » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:52 pm

Who's directing this nonsense? :lol:

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