prison break4Prison Break Series Finale Recap

Clarissa is back and she, like many of you, is somewhat upset about the ending of PRISON BREAK. She also doesn’t know why she’s referring to herself in the third person. Friday’s two-hour series finale was action-packed. We saw the return of not one, not two, but THREE old characters: Sucre, C-Note and Kellerman. KELLERMAN! God, how he was missed. So, Kellerman teamed up with the UN, C-Note and eventually Sucre to get Scylla into un-nefarious hands. This leads to all of them coming out to Miami to meet up with Michael and the gang.

Speaking of the brothers, Lincoln is still dying very slowly. Christina’s big mouth just won’t shut up and she reveals that Lincoln is not her son AND that Sara is pregnant. Michael, meanwhile, learns Sara’s secret as well and is put in an even more difficult position. However, since he’s a genius (and paired up with Mahone….the other smart guy on the show), he actually manages to save everyone. Yes, everyone. Despite some near misses, he rescues Sara and they even get Linc to a hospital. But not before Sara manages to kill Christina (nice!) and not before they all turn the tables on Pad Man.

The finale flashes forward four years and we see the futures of all of the major characters, including Kellerman, Mahone (who’s got a new girlfriend), C-Note, T-Bag and Self. But it’s the future meeting of Lincoln, Sara, Michael Junior and Mahone that brings the tears. Yes, tears. I’m admitting here, to everyone, that I almost caught with the scene.


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Posted on May 21, 2009, in TV HIGHLIGHTS and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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