This episode is a great example of the writers' attention to detail in the plot and dialogue. The look on the cameraman's face when he sees the blanket is priceless, whether or not you believe the cons could actually kill him. Once the tape is aired, its meaning seems clear, but we know Schofield better than that--there must be a hidden message. Still, watching the feds analyze the tape for clues is equally rewarding even after Kellerman's assistance is revealed. (But how does Agent Mahone always figure it out so fast?) And when Sara Tancredi deciphers the message and gets through to "Michael Crane," she shows that she can play Michael's game, finally earning herself a spot in the A story once again.
Whether or not you saw it coming, the plot continues to shine!