Prison Break

Season 5 Episode 1


Full Episode: Ogygia


Full Episode Summary

It's been seven years since Michael Scofield was presumed dead, but when clues suggest that he might still be alive, Lincoln Burrows reunites with Sara Tancredi to help track down the truth. The path leads them to Yemen, as Sucre, T-Bag and C-Note are pulled back into the action to engineer their biggest escape ever in the season premiere.

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Episode Discussion (1)
Apr 06, 2017
Nice to have this show back, despite still leaving that piece of garbage, T-bag, alive. I'm let down by every episode that he doesn't die, but anyways. The not nice thing though is the leftist pro-Muslim propaganda, it ruins the episode. The ignorance is apparent, as they even have a woman driving, with her face uncovered, in what she tells us is the absolute worst area they could have been taken to. She wouldn't have made it into the area alive in that case, let alone made it out, since women aren't allowed to drive, or show their face. That was bad enough, but making C-Note a Muslim so they could push the pro-Muslim narrative was equally as bad. Sorry, but Islam is an even more screwed up religion than Mormonism or Jehovah's Witness, which many people bash on every day without being called racists or bigots. People are tolerated for making "Piss Christ", but Charlie Hebdo is Jihad worthy. Make excuses for the foundation of the religion all you want, but you're deceiving yourself and others. Even ex-Muslims will gladly tell you this. Sure, there are perfectly decent people who unwittingly follow their messed up religion, but ignorance is no excuse and certainly doesn't mean we can't criticize their religion if we so desire. You just won't admit that you won't allow the criticism, because millions of Muslims are so intolerant of others that they will literally lob your head off for it. You're afraid cowards, plain and simple. In fact, you'll probably censor this post because of your fear.moreless

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