# 11/20 - Mahone catches up with Michael and Linc, but the border patrol arrives at the scene before he can shoot them. This is bad news for Mahone and Kim, but not for Kellerman (or Michael and Linc). Meanwhile, T-Bag needs a new hand as he searches for Ms. Hollander, and he finds other female companionship (Sylva Kelegian); Bellick is denied bail and is running out of options, as is Sara; and Sucre must take a leap of faith when the Feds lock on to the plane carrying him to Mexico. Source: TV Guide Online
# 11/11 - T-Bag goes postal to track down a missing Mrs. Hollander. Sucre's escape plane faces deadly turbulence. Bellick has the tables turned on him upon his return to Fox River Penitentiary. Michael and Lincoln are taken into custody to be transported back to Fox River, forcing Mahone and Kellerman to take drastic measures to ensure that the brothers make it to the prison morgue instead of their cells. And a surprising ally changes the game for everyone. Guest Cast: Reggie Lee as Bill Kim; Jason Davis as Wheeler; Dylan Minette as Young Michael; Max Kirsch as Young Lincoln; Philip Edward Van Lear as CO Patterson; Daniel Allar as Avocado. Source: FOX
# 11/08 - Kim's boss is a man that never speaks but is the kind that if there was a guy behind the guy... well, he'd be the guy who owned him. So you can expect someone rather mysterious and controlling. He will be known as the Pad Man as he "speaks" using notes ripped from an ever-present pad of paper! He is set to recur throughout the rest of the season and possibly next season! Source: SpoilerFix BuddyTV Spoilers Chat
# 11/01 - Looks like somebody is headed back to prison, but whoever it is may be wearing a different uniform when he/she returns. Elsewhere, T-Bag's going to seduce a postal worker, and then go postal when she recognizes him from a Wanted poster. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
# 10/31 - Not only will two escapees be sent back to Fox River but escape before they made it in, but we will meet Kim's boss, Sara will make changes to her appearance, and, as some of you may have heard, Bellick will become a Fox River inmate! His sentence is 25 years in prison! Source: SpoilerFix BuddyTV Spoilers Chat
# 10/28 - T-Bag sweeps off her feet a very lonely Post Office worker in order to get an address. T-Bag also pretends to be a wounded ex-soldier to get info from an ex-sergeant. Bellick faces the music but is represented by an unmotivated public defender who gives one of the most lame plea to save his client. Source: SpoilerFix.com
# 10/25 - Two escapees are recaptured and sent back towards Fox River. One man gets new living situations. Sara must make some alterations to stay alive. One escapee commits a crime. Source: SpoilerFix.com
# 10/23 - Bellick gets a taste of his own medicine, T-Bag has an unexpected helping hand in getting revenge and alliances are turned upside-down once again. Source: FOX
2.13 The Killing Box
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T-BAG GETS A HAND IN TRACKING HIS LOST LOVE; SUCRE HAS A LONG AND BUMPY NIGHT; BELLICK HAS THE TABLES TURNED ON HIM; MICHAEL AND LINCOLN GAIN A SURPRISING ALLY ON THE FALL FINALE OF “PRISON BREAK” MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, ON FOX
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T-Bag goes postal to track down a missing Mrs. Hollander. Sucre's escape plane faces deadly turbulence. Bellick has the tables turned on him upon his return to Fox River Penitentiary. Michael and Lincoln are taken into custody to be transported back to Fox River, forcing Mahone and Kellerman to take drastic measures to ensure that the brothers make it to the prison morgue instead of their cells. And a surprising ally changes the game for everyone in the PRISON BREAK Fall Finale episode “The Killing Box” airing Monday, Nov. 27 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (PB-213) (TV-14 D, L, V)
Cast: Dominic Purcell as Lincoln Burrows; Wentworth Miller as Michael Scofield; Amaury Nolasco as Fernando Sucre; Marshall Allman as LJ Burrows; Wade Williams as Brad Bellick; Paul Adelstein as Special Agent Paul Kellerman; Robert Knepper as T-Bag; Rockmond Dunbar as C-Note and Sarah Wayne Callies as Dr. Sara Tancredi with William Fichtner as Special Agent Alexander Mahone.
Guest Cast: Reggie Lee as Bill Kim; Jason Davis as Wheeler; Dylan Minette as Young Michael; Max Kirsch as Young Lincoln; Philip Edward Van Lear as CO Patterson; Daniel Allar as Avocado.
Michael and Linc are recaptured and sent back towards Fox River -- but they don't stay for the full trip; Sara changes her appearance; we meet Kim's boss; T-Bag adds another to his list of victims; Bellick has a new job at Fox River: inmate...
[DENISE] A drab, 40ish woman who works for the Post Office, Denise carries a little too much weight and wears a little too much make-up (to go with her little too much hair). A woman who wears distinctive purple and yellow Kangaroos, Denise is a lonely oddball who always eats her lunch alone. Easily charmed by T- Bag -- in fact, she's almost desperate to have someone invest a little time in her -- Denise has no idea that all he wants is an address. Wrongly believing that he's looking for love, Denise lets herself be swept off her feet, but after he's had access to both Denise's body and to her database, Denise learns that she's an expendable item...GUEST STAR
[SALTY VET] 50s, an older, gruff, salty veteran in the "Foreign Wars Bar," he's an ex-sergeant in tattered greens with a sharp, cynical, observant, no-bullshit manner. Approached by T-Bag, who's trying to pass himself off as a wounded ex-soldier, the Salty Vet doesn't believe a word of his story, and barely stops chalking his pool cue as he tells T-Bag where to get off...ONE GOOD SCENE; GUEST STAR
[GREG NAGEL] Early to mid 30s, Bellick's attorney, Nagel is an unmotivated schlep public defender. After giving a really lame plea for a low bail amount that's mercilessly shot down by the prosecutor, Nagel is ready to cut a deal that will keep Bellick alive, but which will put him in prison for 25 long years. Unable to believe that Bellick won't take the deal, Nagel pressures him into it rather than taking a risk on riding the lightning...GUEST STAR
[PAD MAN] A silent man with thin arms and an unsettling face, the Pad Man is in his 50s to 60s, but it is hard to tell exactly how old he is. But he has presence; the kind that only comes from power -- control -- and the understanding that no one can touch you. If there was a guy behind the guy -- he's be the guy who owned HIM. Intriguing and mysterious, he's Bill Kim's taciturn boss; unwilling to be overheard on the phone, he controls Kim's telephone conversations with terse notes ripped from an ever-present pad of paper. HE NEVER SPEAKS...GUEST STAR/RECURRING ROLE IN THIS SEASON AND POSSIBLY THE NEXT