Details/Progress (To point A to B) -Â» (8/10). Sara Reunion with Michael, Lincoln and Kellerman, from that point, you donÂ´t advance, just in Kellerman intentions and the romantic feeling between Michael and Sara. T-bag scenes continue in filler mode. C-Note scenes was filler too, but was interesting to see that complicated situation with a conclusion. Haywire had his last scenes in Prison Break, finally.
Plot Details/Holes- Â» (8/10). Some minor flaws, but was necessary to keep the plot development.
Drama - Â» (9/10). Sara drama made a funny pay off and a romantic scene. Also Kellerman is letting his emotions get himself Killed.
Suspense/Tension - Â» (9/10). The situation in the Train was the best part that this episode delivered tension. C-Note situation build up nice tension too.
Surprises/Shocks - Â» (8/10). Bellick out of the prison was a surprise. Kellerman figure out something.
Time and Scene Management - Â» (8/10). T-bag and C-Notes scenes were pure filler, doesnÂ´t mean that they can be interesting, since C-Note situation created some tension. Michael scenes also was 70% of the time filler, but the situations was well explored like in C-Note case. Haywire was pure filler, can someone care for him?
Beginning - Â» (7/10). Just following the previous episode, with a useless conflict inside.
Complication Phase - Â» (9/10). C-Note situation is complicated, also Michael and Co ended up with another situation where there is no way out, or it seemed that way.
Climax - Â» (9/10). When the cops were waiting for Michael and Co, this was the climax in this episode, the twist was great. Ending - Â» (8/10). A soft ending, only Kellerman mini plot conclusion was great.
What I liked -Â» C-Note complicated situation. The way that the writers explored Michael, Sara, Kellerman in this episode.
What I DidnÂ´t Liked -Â» Haywire and T-bag scenes.