Details/Progress (To point A to B) -Â» (7/10). Ok, point A in MichalÂ´s case is the recording that he have that implicate the President but he need someone in the government to help him, so the writers create a filler to buy time until the next episode. C-Note situation come to a supposed end. T-bag was just a distraction, he could get what he wanted in a easy way. Sucre scenes appears here to make everyone happy, but he will have more problems because Bellick somehow will find him.
Plot Details/Holes- Â» (7/10). The doctor doesnÂ´t recognize T-bag, no one does in Prison Break. The phone call for Mr. Green was very strange.
Drama - Â» (8/10). Sara and her drama. C-Note too have his ultimate problem. Even Kellerman have the rights too. It seems that Sucre happiness will end soon.
Suspense/Tension - Â» (6/10). DonÂ´t expect good material here.
Surprises/Shocks - Â» (7/10). T-bag brings a surprise, also the situation with the tape brings another surprise.
Time and Scene Management - Â» (7/10). Michael scenes was most of the part filler scenes, only when the real Mr. Green appears you have what it is real important to know. T-bag also have is filler scenes, but that was entertaining and that scene in the airport will be important. Sucre and Maricruz are happy, but only one scene would be enough to explain that. C-Note escape this time.
Beginning - Â» (7/10). Good presentation, full of mystery.
Complication Phase - Â» (7/10). Meeting Mr. Green is the complication here.
Climax - Â» (6/10). When you discover the problem with the tape.
Ending - Â» (7/10). The usual ending, trouble for everyone, only C-Note ended up in the worse situation.
What I liked -Â» Finally some happiness for Sucre. The T-bag scenes with the doctor was nice.
What I DidnÂ´t Liked -Â» Mr. Green filler scenes.
The writers decided to deliver another filler, to gain some time and get to the point only in the end.