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From the first episode, or maybe within the first few, we find out that Michael has done extensive planning for freeing his brother. This included getting the plans to the prison tattooed across his entire body. He also researched the legal procedures for getting himself sent to a maximum security prison. As he had no priors, the best way to get sent to a ...


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I think if you watched the Film and show you'd see the only major thing they have in common is being set in a Prison. The majority of the film is actually about living in prison not escaping, while the Series is all about escaping. The main Character in the film is wrongly convicted and sent to prison while in Prison Break the main Character actually gets ...


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From comments made by Wentorth Miller to Buzzfeed it looks like he was, at the very least, instrumental in recommending Dominic Purcell: Miller: During my first episode, in a conversation with [DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer] Geoff Johns, he said, “We’re trying to cast this Heat Wave character. He’s this hothead, aggressive, unpredictable, force ...


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Certainly Michael is unlikely to forget his mothers name, however Christina Rose is not actually about his mother, nor is it the only piece of information in the tattoo. In the episode S02E20- Panama, we see the full tattoo is Jesus Christ in a Rose with the number 617 on the stem: Christina Rose Schofield, his dead mother, was no doubt the reason he ...


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Changing my comment into an answer... Michael uses the Origami swan to figure out where the drain pipe flows so that he can use it in the escape. IIRC, later on in the season he sees the Swan out in the yard. The reason he uses a swan rather than a random piece of paper is to distinguish it from the trash that would be caught up in the sewer.


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Aside from all the sources that may already corroborate that Prison Break has reached its ending in totality, e.g., IMDB/Wikipedia, it seems exceedingly unlikely that we would see Michael Scofield in action again, as the final episode of Prison break tells us: Michael hears of the bounty and devises plans for Sara's escape. In the end, knowing that he ...


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The man inspecting the lock concludes: "Door wasn't forced, lock wasn't picked, as far as I can tell they basically just walked right in." In saying that, it's not clear that he concludes the door was left open. It just implies that the prisoners either had access to a key or that the door was not locked. The infirmary staff member who is in the room ...


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Oscar Shales was a psychopathic serial killer who had raped and killed many women. Mahone was assigned to the Shales case. After almost an year of chasing the case, Mahone successfully apprehended Shales on his own. However, he could not fathom turning over a hardened criminal like this to the authority and kills him and disposes the body under a bird bath ...


6

Vision of Charles Westmoreland was yield of Michaels imagination, so however you put it it ends that Michael figured out scylla by himself. Up to this vision, Michael never actually thought what scylla really was. Don Self told him it was the black book for the company so Michael assumed that it was, that is the power of suggestion. After Don Self betrayed ...


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Yes, Michael Scofield had the same thing as his mother and his mother did not die because she had the experimental procedure done on her that was developed by The company and it was successful on her. But when Michael had undergone the same procedure he wasn't completely cured. This may be because of two reasons: 1. The company wanted him to do something ...


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No. The the show is over and there are no plans for a season 5.


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"Prison Break", a television series on the Fox Network, ended its run in 2009, after 4 seasons. It concerned the breakout of a group of felons from a prison in Chicago, and the ensuing run to evade capture by the FBI and international agents. It starred: Wentworth Miller, who has gone on to other roles, though, decidedly few; Dominic Purcell who ...


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I don't think that he was talking about is was difficult to literally move. It was more an issue of moving Scylla securely. Think about how hard it was to retrieve Scylla from where it was hidden. It needed 6 cards to unlock, all of which were very heavily protected. They then needed to get all 6 of these cards to a very difficult to reach location. There ...


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The show was originally envisioned to end at Season 1 While the campier later seasons offered some high-octane action there's no denying that Prison Break lost its credibility and sense of focus once the characters broke out of prison. The show never seemed sure of where it was going after the escape, but the original plan for the series would have avoided ...


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She was never dead, she worked for "The Company" an organization in the show that made her leave her family behind.


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Short answer is YES. There is a whole science of Reverberation which has to be taken care of while designing certain buildings such as theater, cinema halls and auditoriums. In layman's term, Larger the room, echo will be persistent for some duration. And smaller the room, sound will be absorbed by objects present or by walls and dies faster. As the ...


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Prison Break does not 'copy' Shawshank Redemption any more than Shawshank copies The Great Escape or Escape from Alcatraz or Papillon or even Hogan's Heroes. They share common themes inherent in the genre. Prison Break was actually innovative, because, as far as I know, it is the only story where someone intentionally gets themselves sent to jail so they ...


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Submitting this as a NEW answer, since it clearly contradicts the first, based on information just received - after an additional 2 years. According to information released August 6, 2015, Prison Break will be back for a season of 10 further episodes. From PopSugar: Cochairman Dana Walden added that the reboot will be "a bit of a sequel" that picks up ...


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Lets take the questions one at a time. Were the escapees and cops running all night? Why wasn't day break shown? Its not uncommon for fugitives to keep running till they feel they have put some distance between themselves and their pursuers. And I bet the cops were willing to pursue them all night. After all there were some high value targets in the ...


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Madam Vice President does not want Lincoln Burrows exonerated because the Company does not want it. Philly Falzone wants Fibonacci (who was in Witness Protection) so he couldn't testify against him in a trial. No, neither the Company nor Madam Vice President had a need to find Fibonacci (they probably didn't even know who he is). Only Abruzzi and his Mafia ...


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As they showed in the season three last episode that, T-Bag burn down the SONA, and then sucre, Bellick and T-Bag came out of SONA.


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Season 5 is scheduled to air on Tuesdays, starting April 4 this year. Source


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Although I agree with the answer already given, I want to expand on it a tad - namely the question around the tattoo. In the episode about the CUTE poison (the chemicals mixed up in the toothpaste) where Michael squeezes the mixture into the grate in the infirmary, aiming to corrode the pipes to open access from the cells through to the infirmary. The ...


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There is no explicit reason given. However Michael and Jacob operate in a very similar manner, and often come to the same conclusions when given the same parameters to work with. So one possible answer is he checked the drain because that is where he would have thrown them if the situations were reversed. I think it's also a bit of reference to season 1, ...


2

Yes, he definitely did. Besides that flashback you mentioned when his father touches his leg and then closes the door, there's a scene in Season 4 Episode 21 which leaves no doubt: T-Bag is going to rape Sara and she tells him that he's like that, that he was 'damaged' by all those childhood traumas and repeated sexual abuse. That's also why T-Bag thinks he ...


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They used miniature SCUBA gear, specifically, hand refillable oxygen bottles. Most snorkels will allow you to swim underwater for around two minutes before you have to surface to gasp for air. But a new snorkel-style gadget means swimmers can take even longer to explore the deep. The Scorkl holds enough air to let you breathe underwater for up to 10 minutes,...


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Christina Scofield was not trying to kill Michael at all. But she wanted to access Scylla. In the process of getting clemency for everyone Michael and the team stole Scylla from The Company. Then it somehow landed in the hands of Christina Scofield before being stolen back by Michael. Christina then kidnaps Lincoln and shoots him. Michael was very close to ...


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Lechero is not the sort of person who is accustomed to being told he has to wait for things. He doesn't handle delays very well. Also, despite his claim that he "doesn't care who knows what" he does know that if word gets out that he's escaping, it will bring out all the would-be usurpers to either stop him or replace him (or both.) I think he even says ...


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