Prison Break The Legend S04E10 (Fox)

Prison Break is an American serial drama television series that premiered on the Fox Broadcasting Company on August 29, 2005. The story revolves around a man named Lincoln Burrows who was sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit and his brother Michael Scofield’s elaborate plan to help him escape his death sentence.

Created by Paul Scheuring, the show is produced by Adelstein-Parouse Productions in association with Original Television and 20th Century Fox Television. The current executive producers are Paul Scheuring, Matt Olmstead, Kevin Hooks, Marty ,Brett Ratner.

The show is currently in its third season. The uniqueness of Prison Break is attributed to its serialized story structure, a similar format used by Lost and 24, and to its setting, as very few television series were primarily set and filmed in a prison. Its success and recognition as a prison drama revived interest in the genre following the success of Oz.

From the Wikipedia entry of Prison Break.

I’m a bit late, but the fourth season of Prison Break just started. Three shows have already been aired. I wondered how I would find these episodes. This episode was also pretty good. Even if you think that they wouldn’t really find a way to continue the narrative, it continues to be riveting. The crew is faced with multiple problems on a lot of different fronts. Will they be able to find a way through them?

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

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Susan hands over the pages to Mike. She also tells him that Scylla will be moved tomorrow. The General and Lisa are supervising the move of Scylla. Mike thinks that there is something wrong with the plans of the basement where Scylla is located for now. They find the name David Baker on the plans. He’s the one who drew the original blueprints. Mike faints once again after having dispatches the team to continue digging. Sara wants to bring him to the hospital. Mahone is going after David Baker.

Gretchen’s real name is Gretchen Louise Morgan. That’s what TBag’s secretary finds. She’s an Iraqi war vet. She’s curious about James Whistler.

Tricia-Ann has been working at Gate for a week before TBag arrived. She was referred by a temp agency. Susan tells TBag that Scylla will be moved soon.

Lisa tells the General that it might take a while longer to move Scylla. The General isn’t happy. He wants to have David Baker here. Meanwhile, Mahone arrives at Baker’s place. Baker’s goal is to build a city that can sustain itself without any outside resources. It doesn’t take him long to figure out that Mahone isn’t a Company man. Actual Company men show up while Mahone tries to convince Baker to cooperate.

At the Gate basement, Sucre steps on something. It looks like a mine. Sucre thinks that Gretchen set them up. Linc grabs her and he brings her back downstairs. She knows how to deactivate the mine. It’s going to be a problem. Linc calls Mahone. Baker is taken into custody by the Company men. Mahone tries to get away. He’s given a legend to the blueprints by Baker’s wife while she speeds away.

Mike is having a CAT scan or an MRI. The doctors want to admit Mike. Sara makes him wait until they receive the results back. They are about to leave when the doctor intercepts them. He says that the cops aren’t there for them, but Mike is going to be in danger.

Tricia-Ann goes to see Self. She says that she slipped up. She mentioned Whistler. She’s a DHS agent.

Mike is given the legend and he figures out that the landmines are also an alarm. If they are dismantled by any other way but the manual override, the alarms are going to go off. Mahone gets there in time to stop Susuan. They get Sucre off the mine.

Linc says that Gretchen is working on a way to get the sixth key. Brad’s body is about to be shipped to his mom. TBag finds Tricia-Ann’s employment records. She’s left Self’s number as a reference.

They need to cross the floor in the Scylla vault without touching it. There is also a steel reinforced wall to get through. Mike’s got a hypothalamus tumour. The doctor thinks that he needs surgery. Otherwise, he could die.

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