|Although this is a review, it's also a bunch of questions and answers, that I hope other forum posters could help and answer or give there input on. As mentioned before I still give it a 10 for what it did do as a finale. It achieved so much good stuff like a superb ending where they showed how everybody ended (I'm excluding the Michael part). It was good to know and very cheerful. Of course the controversial ending is tricky. I guess it just comes done to your belief about TV and movie endings. Do you want an ending that is surprising but possible, but perhaps not the most uplifting? Or do you want a happy ending that gives you a smile in the end? Of course the 2nd one is the more optimistic one, but the first one is more realistic and perhaps more thought provoking. It's hard to say if Michael would of died because of his medical problems. After all a full four years passed. Anything could of happened in four years. Maybe he became very poor in health management or depressed by becoming an alcoholic or a drug user. It's probably best to not assume what happened within these four years because anything is possible and we probably want to believe that Michael made the best use of his time and attempt to live a long and healthy life. So about the ending I conclude that it depends on what you want ending to be like. Personally I still go back to my jaw dropping (that never happens to me). Is that good for an ending? Well that's for any individual to decide for themselves, but I conclude that on a grand scale the episode (or episodes since there where two of them back to back) did it's job. It was very thought provoking and action jam packed. I liked it and I will definitely remember this series for a while. Since this is a forum post (that will later be a review) a also ask, did the ratings drop tremendously in this season? Is that why fox moved it to Friday, or did fox just want to end it like Lost wanted to end this year (not ratings related)? I really don't know the answer to this question, so I ask anybody to inform me If anybody wants to take a stab at my post and answer any of these questions I would be very grateful. Since this is a forum I really really want to see individual opinions on those questions and on this episode. Fuhhh! that was a long post. Now its time to read. Anybody want to take a stab at it and answer some of my questions, or comment and give there input on what I thought could have been improved and give there input on what they thought about those moments?|
Sophia was with LJ all the time in Panama. Later in the show, Paul did tell Lincohn that Sophia and LJ are safe at the police station in Panama.
The birthday card is for Pam his ex-wife. When he closed the envelope, it was addressed to Pam. It makes sense that Mahone stays away from his ex-wife for their sake. Remember they'd got divorced long before Mahone got into Fox River case. They didn't kill Pam because Mahone is not the key, Michael and his brother are. Self's wife was killed as an example. Actually, among Sophia, Pam, and probably LJ too, either of them can be popped up in front of camera as leverage like Sophia was. They chose Sophia because she did play a part in last season and it was a way to make her last appearance as guest star.
Sara never said the word "shop". Her actual sentence was "Come on! let's go see your daddy"
The book thing with T-Bag in prison is because of its title "GATE, Greatness achieved through excellence. Take it to the next level". It's about "captivity" and... I could not quite hear the second word, but I'm sure it reminds T-Bag of Michael and that makes him mad.