To be honest, I'd given up on Kellerman 'turning' a few episodes back, and towards the end of this
episode I was feeling it was more likely that Mahone would be the one to aid the escapees, so it was a big surprise to me. I'm pretty sure his turn is genuine, or at least I hope it is as it'll make his interaction with Michael and Linc a lot more interesting than a predictable 'faux turn' as such. Though I'm sure they're more than capable of writing it in a great way whatever he's doing.
The only concerns I have are simply:
1. If Mahone IS dead, then who's gonna be chasing them?
2. If he is, then Kellerman could arguably fill his 'void' and turn back, so will he?
3. Will Kim get a more hands-on role? He could get blamed for the mess.
With the last couple of episodes being so amazing, it was going to be hard to carry that on with this 'fall finale' but I feel they managed it.
Loving TBag as usual, his character is just so great to watch. It's so wrong to like the guy, and we all know this, but we do anyway! And he's finally got to where he wants to be ... bring on the evilness
Bellick in a cell with the big guy is amusing on many levels. Let's hope we get to see him in many uncomfortable situations, though please no Bellicksex on screen thank you.
Sucre still being alive is good, it would have been too easy to kill him off right then. Shame we didn't get to see what C-Note did in regards to the medication etc. And still no Haywire damnit!
I think Sara believes there's no hope anymore now that she's seen them on TV captured, so she was unsure whether to kill herself or go on the run as someone completely new because she'd be next perhaps? Wonder what she'll do once she finds out they escaped again.
Who's the boss bloke with the 'notes' etc? Hmm. I say let the president come back from 'Brothers and Sisters' so we can see her instead of hearing about her all the time!
Damn you break. DAMN YOU.
Edited by DavidB, 28 November 2006 - 06:17 PM.