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- Prison Break Addicts
- Me, Myself, and I
- Just when they thought they were out, they are pulled back in. Entering its dramatic and action-packed third season, PRISON BREAK finds MICHAEL SCOFIELD wrongly incarcerated in Sona, a hellish Panamanian prison where there are no rules, no guards and no escape.
After successfully breaking his older brother out of Fox River Penitentiary for a murder he did not commit, Michael, Lincoln and several other convicts were the targets of a nationwide manhunt that eventually led them to tropical Panama. Despite Lincoln’s exoneration for his alleged crimes, the brothers’ freedom and happiness were short-lived as Michael was framed and sent to Sona Prison by “The Company,” the same government conspiracy that originally put Lincoln behind bars.
With the clock ticking, Michael and Lincoln must figure out a way to reunite with their loved ones, bring down "The Company" and engineer the most thrilling prison break yet.
- Prison Break Album 1 (48)
- Prison Break Album 2 (44)
- The Brothers (32)
- Lincoln Burrows (37)
- Michael Scofield 1 (48)
- Michael Scofield 2 (8)
- Alex Mahone (48)
- Fernando Sucre (48)
- Fernando Sucre 2 (46)
- T-Bag Bagwell (48)
- T-Bag Bagwell 2 (13)
- Lechero (13)
- Brad Bellick (7)
- Sofia Lugo (7)
- Susan B. Anthony (7)
- James Whistler (4)
- Sara Tancredi 1 (48)
- Sara Tancredi 2 (48)
- C-Note (5)
- Wentworth Miller (48)
- Wentworth Miller 2 (48)
Lincoln beats up Wyatt, demanding that he tell the General that they are dead. Wyatt doesn't give in. Michael and Sara convince Lincoln that this won't work. Agent Self brings a briefcase to the warehouse, and Sara warns Wyatt that he can save himself from what might be in the briefcase if he does what they ask. Self and the guys go over the blueprints but Gretchen has the remaining Bird Book pages to complete the document.
Pad Man wants Scylla moved now and Lisa Tabak tells him that it cannot be done. He orders media saturation on Michael and the group.
T-Bag leads Michael, Lincoln, Sucre and Bellick to the trap door at The Gate offices. T-Bag's boss says that his associate is missing. T-Bag calls Gretchen, who confirms that she hid the body. A detective comes to question T-Bag about the missing guy.
When Wyatt's cell phone keeps ringing with calls from Pad Man's people, he tries convincing Sara to come up with a solution to benefit everyone. He offers to help her and Michael escape.
Mahone is furious at Wyatt, and Self must hold him back. Self promises that Mahone will eventually get his shot at Wyatt.
Michael, Lincoln, Sucre and Bellick come upon the main conduit pipe for the L.A. water supply. They start to dig under it. When this doesn't work, Michael suggests they go through the pipe. As Michael and Sucre remove the sleeve of the pipe, Lincoln and Bellick exit into T-Bag's office where he is trying to distract the detective from the banging noise below.
Agent Self's briefcase is an audio record device, where he creates an edited loop of Wyatt saying "They are all dead. It's over." He and Sara leave Mahone with Wyatt, who vows that Wyatt will suffer like his son did. Self takes Wyatt's cell phone and plays the tape to Pad Man, who is satisfied. Gretchen comes to Pad Man's office holding a gun. He explains to her that he needed to know what she knew about Whistler's plans for Scylla. Gretchen softens when Pad Man kisses her. He repeatedly calls her, "my girl."
Lincoln and Bellick go to the water station to cut off the main conduit water. Back underground, Michael and Sucre hear the water stop flowing. Michael has a sharp head pain and falls to the ground. When he recovers, he asks Sucre to cover for him.
Mahone takes the heart monitor from the ambulance they stole and attaches it to Wyatt. He tortures him by allowing the monitor to shock him back every time he passes out. Mahone forces Wyatt to apologize to Pam over the phone.
T-Bag asks Trishanne to access Gate records. He shows his boss the records to prove that the missing co-worker lied about his accounts. This was really T-Bag's misdeeds. T-Bag suggests he get the detective off the case.
Sucre cuts open the water pipe to make a hole on the opposite side of the same size. His torch stops working and Michael must help him pound the hole out by hand. Lincoln and Bellick return and have to pull the second pipe from the other side through the two holes in the main pipe.
Pad Man reveals to Gretchen the plan of Scylla. Their plan to create chaos in Laos worked, and they can do the same to America. The people will turn to the leaders of finance, military and energy to fix the rest of the country. They will be able to rebuild it the way they want. He wants her at his side. Lisa reports that Scylla can be moved by the next day, and Pad Man orders it out of Los Angeles by then. Gretchen is shocked to hear him say that Michael and Lincoln are dead.
Mahone pushes a tied up Wyatt into the river.
The guys are about to get the pipe through but the beam breaks. With the water supply starting to flow, they are running out of time. Bellick jumps into the main pipe to help wedge it in even though this will trap him inside. Lincoln pleads with him but Bellick gets the pipe to fit. The wall of water drowns him.
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Flashback to 2001, Chicago: Lincoln and his old partner Derrick storm a limo and steal a briefcase of money from the guy inside. Present Day: Linc pitches the idea of raiding the General's limo.
Michael and Self meet with Gretchen. She and T-Bag want in on the plan to bring down the company in return for the Bird Book pages she has. They return to the warehouse, and Michael confronts Roland about losing the device. Sara pulls Michael aside to ask him about the nosebleeds. He assures her that he is fine, but tells her that Gretchen is alive. Sara is shocked, remembering the torture cell in Panama. The rest of the team has mixed reactions to Gretchen joining them.
Roland re-routes his cell phone to make it untraceable and texts a message to the number on the paper he found from Mahone. "How much for Scofield and Burrows?" is the message Wyatt receives.
Gretchen tells T-Bag that he will need to help Michael tunnel his way to Scylla. Feng, the Chinese businessman, comes in demanding Scylla from T-Bag. Gretchen negotiates with Feng to retrieve Scylla for $125 million. Gretchen tells T-Bag that his cut will be $25 million. When he asks about Michael and Lincoln, she notes that they won't be around to collect their end.
At the Company, Pad Man tells the other card holders about counterfeiting and Laos drilling. Wyatt interrupts to let Pad Man know about the text message.
Agent Self distracts a worker at an impound lot so that Michael and Lincoln can steal an ambulance. The brothers fight over Linc telling Sara about their mother.
At the warehouse, Roland asks Sara why she is still sticking around even though their ankle monitors are off. He apologizes for what happened in Las Vegas. Gretchen calls Self and asks him to deliver a message to Sara. She wants to meet her and "clear the air." Sara refuses.
Roland gets a message back from Wyatt offering $1 million, but that they need to be delivered today. Roland confirms by telling him their location.
Michael and Sara wait in the ambulance while Lincoln and Sucre are camped out in a LeMans. Wyatt calls Pad Man. As the limo makes a u-turn, the team realizes it's a trap. Wyatt appears and shoots at the LeMans. Sucre is hit.
The team returns to the warehouse and Sara treats Sucre. They don't understand how they knew where they were camped out. Michael confronts Roland about setting them up, but he denies it. He asks Roland to look up a license plate from the scene.
Agent Self gives Gretchen and T-Bag immunity, but he warns them to leave the country once the mission is completed. Trishanne the receptionist tricks Gretchen into touching something to get her fingerprints for T-Bag. He lies and says their cut of the deal is $1 million.
Pad Man admonishes Wyatt for not getting Michael. Meanwhile, Self calls Michael to ask where Roland is because his GPS went offline. Michael sees Roland's ankle piece has been cut off. He's gone with the laptop that has all the cards on it.
After treating Sucre, Sara has harrowing flashbacks of the Panamanian torture cell and Gretchen. Sara anxiously goes to the motel to see Gretchen, who asks to be an ally. She hands Sara a whip and gives her five minutes to enact her revenge. Sara sees scars already on Gretchen's back. Yet Sara demands to know the name of the guard in Panama who helped Sara escape and was killed by Gretchen. Sara doesn't whip Gretchen but says she will pay for what she did to that woman.
Roland goes to meet with Wyatt, who doesn't have his money. Wyatt shoots him in both kneecaps, demanding to know where the brothers are. Roland tells him the location of the warehouse. Wyatt shoots him in the gut. Suddenly, Mahone runs up and coldcocks Wyatt. Lincoln and Michael are forced to physically prevent him from beating up Wyatt. Michael grabs Roland's laptop. Before, he had put a tracking device in it, which is how they found him. Michael stays with an apologizing Rola
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Gretchen holds T-Bag hostage in his house and she cuts his arm with a knife. He reveals what little he knows about Scylla.
At the warehouse, Michael and the team explain to Agent Self why they have to go to Las Vegas in order to get to Scuderi and his card. Self pulls Mahone aside and grills him on how he can get to the Company. Mahone uses the example of Michael -- he stopped running and "took the game to me."
T-Bag's receptionist Trishanne calls Bellick, who had left her his number at The Gate. She offers to give him info on T-Bag for money. While the others go to Vegas, Michael, Mahone and Bellick stay back to deal with T-Bag. Yet it is a set-up, and T-Bag pulls a gun on the three. Mahone escapes and T-Bag takes Michael and Bellick to his house. He threatens to kill Michael unless he helps interpret the Bird Book.
Mahone gets the GPS tracker from Self in order to save Michael. Mahone tells Self to stick to the plan.
The others arrive in Las Vegas, and Roland is eyed by casino security. Sara is worried because she hasn't heard from Michael. Lincoln admits that their mother had a brain tumor. He tells her that Michael has started getting the same nosebleeds she had at the same age when she died.
Michael slips one of the bird clues about The Gate into his pocket and asks T-Bag about it. T-Bag trains his gun on Trishanne to get Michael to tell him that the Bird Book is a blueprint. Gretchen, hiding in another room, notices Bellick's ankle monitor. Mahone raids the house and sees the two ankle monitors on the table. No one else is there. He spots a folded origami bird. It is the clue about The Gate.
At Trishanne's place, Michael puts together the blueprint. Trishanne slips to Bellick that T-Bag is not alone. Michael shows T-Bag that Scylla is the Company's little black book. He tells T-Bag that he is only in it "for the money."
Pad Man gives Wyatt the order to kill Self, but Wyatt finds Self's house empty. Agent Self is at Pad Man's office. He gives Pad Man his investigation files on him. If Self is murdered, other agents will start investigating too.
In Vegas, the guys trail Scuderi at the poker tables to get close to his card. Yet Roland's computer goes haywire and he tells them to pull out. It was filling up on all of the casino's slot payout data instead, which is what Roland had originally built his program to do. Sucre follows Scuderi to the pool and is convinced he doesn't have the card on him. Wearing a bikini, Sara tries to get Scuderi to take her to his suite. He rejects her, and the bartender lets her know that the man is gay. The others need Sucre to "take one for the team."
Gretchen kidnaps T-Bag's Gate associate and ties him up. She forces him to sign his resignation letter from Gate and then strangles him. T-Bag takes Michael to the Gate office and they go into a storage closet where Michael rips up the carpet. They enter an underground room through a metal hatch in the floor. Mahone shows up, and he and Michael lock T-Bag in a cage.
Sucre goes to the pool and peels off his shirt next to Scuderi, who invites him to his room. Sucre is nervous, but the device tracks all of the information from Scuderi's card. Yet Scuderi isn't interested in him sexually. He offers him money to have sex with his wife instead. As the group goes to leave the hotel, Roland sneaks off to the slot machines and instantly wins. A security guard kicks him out and takes the device from him.
Michael explains the blueprint to Self and Mahone. Under the Gate is where they can decode Scylla. As they leave, a cell phone rings under a trashcan. It's Gretchen, who tells Self that she has the rest of the Bird Book and won't give it up until she gets T-Bag.
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1 June 1977, La Grange, Illinois, USA
Sarah Anne Callies
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Sarah Wayne Callies was raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is the daughter of two university professors. She graduated from Dartmouth College and received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Denver's National Theatre Conservatory.
Sarah Wayne Callies Sarah Wayne Callies has quickly established herself as a talent to watch.
Callies starred opposite Josh Holloway and Dule Hill in Stewart Hendler's thriller "Whisper," a film about a kidnapping in a small New England town.
Her television credits include the role of "Officer Jane Porter" on "Tarzan" and a recurring role on "Queens Supreme" with Oliver Platt. She has also appeared on "Law & Order: SVU," "Numb3rs" and Dragnet."
Callies earned an MFA degree from the National Theatre
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20 March 1970, New York City, New York, USA
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6' 3½" (1.92 m)
In 1993 Michael Rapaport made his film debut in "Zebrahead," receiving critical acclaim for his genuine and confident portrayal of a Jewish teenager growing up in a predominantly African-American Detroit neighborhood. The performance garnered him an Independent Spirit Award nomination and the film itself won the 1993 Sundance Film Festival's Filmmaker's Trophy.
Rapaport is familiar to FOX audiences for his role in the comedy series "War At Home" and David E. Kelley's "Boston Public." Rapaport most recently played a recurring role on the hit comedy series "My Name Is Earl." He also appeared as a recurring guest on the hit series "Friends" as "Phoebe"'s (Lisa Kudrow) boyfriend.
Rapaport will next be seen again at Sundance in the film "The Sophomore" (aka "Assassination of a High School President") alongside Bruce Willis, Mischa Barton and Melonie Diaz. In 2006, his film "Special" also premiered at the festival to critical acclaim. He also appeared in the feature films "Only in New York" and "The Saints of Mt. Christopher."
Rapaport co-starred in the romantic comedy "Hitch" opposite Will Smith, as well as the comedy "Live Free or Die." Prior to that, he starred in the dramatic thriller "29 Palms" and the independent dark comedy "Comic Book Villains." He also starred opposite Woody Allen and Hugh Grant in the comic-caper "Small Time Crooks," gave a controversial performance opposite Damon Wayans and Jada Pinkett-Smith in the Spike Lee comedy "Bamboozled," starred in the period drama "Men of Honor" with Robert DeNiro and Cuba Gooding Jr., co-starred with John Travolta in the Nora Ephron comedy/drama "Lucky Numbers" and appeared in the sci-fi thriller "The 6th Day" with Arnold Schwarznegger.
From his dramatic roles in John Singleton's "Higher Learning" and Barbet Schroeder's "Kiss of Death" to his comedic turns in Woody Allen's "Mighty Aphrodite" and Ted Demme's "Beautiful Girls," Rapaport has exhibited a unique versatility throughout his career. Additional film credits include "Metro," "A Brother's Kiss," "Cop Land," "Kicked in the Head," "True Romance," "The Pallbearer," "Illtown," "Palmetto" and "Deep Blue Sea."
Rapaport also has his own production company, Release Entertainment. When not working, he divides his time between New York and Los Angeles.