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Prison Break Season 4 Episode 19 S.O.B.
More and more ridiculous nonsense is going down in Miami. This is a perfunctory set of finisher episodes to the played out Prison Break Series. Michael Scofield and Dr. Sarah Tancredi enjoy their domestic life cracking the mysterious case of season 4 macguffin Scylla. Lincoln Burrows and company interrogate a brainy professor who knows whats what, but feigns innocence. A few harsh interrogation techniques later and he spills the beans.
You see, Michael and Lincoln, buzz cut brothers, have found out their evil mother has Scylla, and she has no qualms about killing either of them. Delayed postpartum depression perhaps? She busily tries to track down her Macguyver worthy son, Michael through generic industrial parks. When her black clad goons show up, he easily incapacitates them all with a paper clip and some scotch tape. Well, not really, but he is a genius you know.
Its easy to get the feeling that this show doesn’t concern itself with season story arcs per se, delivering plenty of weekly twists instead. After this rambling season of double, triple, and quadruple crosses, constant alliance shifts, and shifting power figures, does anyone remember just whats going on? No, its more sending good T.V. time after bad, making good on a four season investment.
General Krantz runs the Company, a shadowy organization that pulls the strings of power in the background. Scylla is a Company database of some kind of solar technology. Christina Scofield, evil mom, works for the Company, but has gone rogue in an effort to control Scylla for her own purposes. Michael wants to bring the Company down for past grievances. Lincoln wants to get Scylla back for the Company to preserve his own son and get a normal life back. Got it? Well, thats just the main characters, and there is a a healthy batch of supporting characters with similar mixed motivations to boot.
Michael takes the step of kidnapping and threatening physical harm on his Mother. She offers some generic bad guy responses. Michael’s girlfriend Sarah takes a crack at it, but Mom has classic pregnancy sensing abilities, and takes the air out of Sarah’s interrogative prowess. Sarah’s pregnancy is a curious thing, because the couple hasn’t been seen copulating once. In fact, kissing is a pretty rare occurence between these two chilly lovers.
Boring familial conversations, tepid pursuits through Miami, wait, wait a minute, GAME CHANGING REVELATION! This is a good twist, should have seen it coming, but T.V. hindsight is always 20/20. After this, Michael tries his hand as a petulant yeller, but this falls pretty flat. Michael beats on dear old Mom a little bit too, but he is no Jack Bauer.
General Krantz gives T-Bag an impromptu job interview for some future Company work. Among my wish lists for the series finale is T-Bag’s death, which has been long coming. Seriously, more pursuits through Miami? I think its time for a twist ending.