Who is Prison Break's John Doe?
UPDATE :: Prison Break‘s Sarah Wayne Callies is expecting her first child (due in late summer) with husband Josh Winterhalt. Interestingly enough, Josh was arrested and charged for possession of marijuana. Over a decade ago, though.
Welcome back jailbirds! After a brief hiatus, Prison Break has returned, however not bigger and better. Mahone has been shot, Agent Kim is enraged and Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield are once again on the run. This time with the last person they never imagined would ever be on their side—Paul Kellerman. “Why are you helping us?” “Because the enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Nothing like a double negative to get the ball rolling!
Kellerman proves himself to be resourceful as he uses his clearance to get the out of trouble but not long before Lincoln remembers him as the guy that tried to take him out last season. Nice to know there’s something going on in that noggin of his! Before Linc can blow his brains out, Kellerman offers him his last bit of saving intel: the whereabouts of an elusive Terrance Steadman.
Oh opening credits, how I have missed you! We return to Fox River where Bellick is the new fish of the yard. A bigger and scarier inmate named Banks offers Bellick his back in exchange for his dessert. Bellick complies during chow and gives up his brownie to Banks. But one isn’t enough. Well Bradley is no push over and beats Banks down with a battery filled sock and walks away. C.O. Stotle warns him that Banks is seeking revenge. Karma is a *****, isn’t it Bradley? He tries to remain strong but the trembling of his lip betrays him.
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In Kansas, T-Bag has finally caught up with Susan Hollander. Why didn’t she do a better job of hiding herself? Oh right, she’s stupid. The kids come home and are overjoyed to see “Uncle Teddy”! What a cringe inducing scene! Susan lied to her kids about his aftermath and T-Bag plays along, telling them about his money. Susan realizes that she can’t take the pretense any longer. She excuses herself to get the gun she hid only to find that T-Bag found it and has it in his possession. T-Bag isn’t happy but luckily Zach isn’t that dense and saves his mom temporarily until all the Hollanders are held captive in their own home. He is determined to be a family but err… Mr. Bagwell, last time I checked, you’re not supposed to tie up your family members. Did I miss this in Family 101? Speaking of real families, C-Note realizes the costs of his actions and even considers turning himself in to save his wife. But if he does, then what will happen to Dede?
Mahone wakes up in the hospital (yay he isn’t dead!) and to Kim’s phone call. Kim wants him to finish Kellerman off as previously agreed but Mahone reveals the truth. He doesn’t look like he cares any more as he ends the call, “Have a good day, Kimmie.” He wants out. His joy is short lived when he receives a phone call from his estranged wife, Pam. It appears that their little boy got run over by a car. It ain’t over till they say it’s over, Blond FBI Agent threatens. Oh no he didn’t! Mahone finally sticks by his family as we see the corpse of the Blond Agent in his trunk.
Terrance (Hi Thatcher Grey!) watches the news update on the brothers’ escape and starts to panic. He has to move out of the house of doom and into a new safe house. The trio remains a step ahead of Agent Kim and captures Terrance before he even has a chance. Lincoln sneers, “You look pretty good for a dead guy.” The proof is no good as Steadman no longer is Steadman but could pass off as a look-alike. The plan is to take Steadman to DC where they can safely have him confess. Michael doesn’t seem to like this plan much. Control freak much?
Terrance is getting delirious cooped up in the cabin. He reveals Kellerman’s big-time crush on his sister. Ah, so Kellerman does know what love is. Somewhere in Terrance’s taunts, Lincoln has another revelation. Hey, that’s two for two! He watched Veronica die so now he needs to die. Michael manages to calm his brother down but even as Lincoln mutters, “So many people dead and he gets to live,” Michael’s planning wheels are set in motion. He calls up the local news station to Kellerman’s alarm. Michael wants to turn himself in!
Terrance is starting to freak out and grabs Lincoln’s gun. Michael tries to talk to Terrance, telling him to do the right thing, tell the truth, to end it all. Terrance doesn’t like this plan and ends it all for himself. Lincoln looks eerily calm for some strange reason. Michael starts to cry again. Oh suck it already you big cry baby! Michael has cried way too many times this season. As the sirens ring closer, the boys realize that they have to go and that they have nothing now, only a John Doe.
When will Sara return? What about Sucre? LJ? Will we ever see the President this season? All this and much more on next week’s Prison Break “The Message.”