Clark Kent Went
If you missed last night’s episode of Prison Break, don’t fret my pet! Watch it below… as many times as you want! Or feel free to read the re-cap below –
WATCH :: Prison Break Season 2 Episode 2 – "Otis"
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Is it a crane? Is a train? Nope, just Clark Kent (Mike) reading the local newspaper. What is with the cons in this episode constantly reading about themselves? Do they want to get shot? Oh wait, Lincoln does, in his attempt to rescue LJ with Michael from the courthouse and failing. It’s a shame that Lincoln would presume that someone like Mahone would not understand “Otis (w)Right”? This man does puzzles for fun! I’m actually surprised that Lincoln though of it. Sounds like something Michael would think of, since he’s the brains and Linc is the brute. The Lincoln and LJ chemistry in this episode is quite touching, whether it’d be on the phone and or when LJ tells his Dad to “Let go.”
The other cons are doing just fine without the rest of the team (all they got is fried chicken!). Tweener has snatched himself a new alias and is posing as a college student on his way home during Spring Break. T-Bag gets his hand re-attached and in typical T-Bag fashion lethally injects Mr. Gudhat and assumes his identity. The creep factor in that scene was chilling and rather graphic. With a new hand, and new hair, he and Tweener have one destination in mind: Utah.
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Bellick gets fired (C.O. Geary who was fired last season plays the role of snitch) and the Pope takes a stand and quits. I knew the Taj Mahal would be seeing the last of his days. I almost expected dramatic music in the background as the Pope destroyed the Taj. Poor Popie. And those are some strong popsicle sticks! On a side note, did Bellick seem ready to end his life?
SPOILER WARNING:: Bellick joins the manhunt as a bounty hunter for the reward money. Who he teams up with may be shocking. The brothers are the ones who go down in the car. All this and much more! Stay tuned next week for “Scan.”