I'm not gonna watch it either I think, that last episode was a huge let down for me too.
I hate series where you can miss out several episodes and still know whats going on, you are simply not getting anywhere and you are therefore just wasting your time.
BTW does anyone watch the serie Rome? it's actually pretty good.
Never watched it..never will.
But isnt the clue in the title?
Ok... So I don't watch a lot of TV any more any way =/ :yoda
I've downloaded and seen all the episodes since "Prison Break" started (33 episodes). It's nice entertainment and Michael Scofield is a genious. But there is alot of things that is unrealistic.
Season 2, episode 11 was aired last week in US.
I have also seen all episodes of "Lost" (Season 3 at the moment).
Prison Break is definetly not one of those. If you miss one episode of Prison Break you miss important details.
The details you talk about Leon is way too small to be called important, I have missed a few and that didnt ruin it. It's the same over and over again.
Then too bad for you Recon. Prison Break is not one of those series you prefer to skip episodes and continue watching.
Sounds like DBZ and Soap Operas....
if the arguments become as simple as "Why should I watch this?", it's not a matter of it being good or not, it's a matter of if YOU like it or not. I enjoy watching these nimrods trying to get across the border, when it's just as simple as stealing a car at 0100 and driving as far as possible south, ditch the ride and stroll across that yellow line we call a border.But, if an argument becomes as simple as "I don't like the concept" then just...dont watch it. Some people don't like S4, or RvS, so they don't play it, and play things like...Final Fantasy (if you can believe it) or Legend of Dragoon. I think Prison Break is pretty fun to watch, despite the nimrods who make the previews: "Will Michael Scolfield make it to the border?" (in that deep thatrical voice...And then it FRIGGIN shows him standing in Mexico or something...WTH!!!??
I cannot fathom that the Lord has blessed us with logic and rationality and have us forgo their use.
Good points tho!
oooo, so close but he just couldnt wait to get to a payphone in mexico eh? Some genius he is, can't even realize that there are long distance phone calls. And the trunk of the car exploding...SO REALISTIC, I mean, imagine what would happen if they crashed going 40!!
i was going to start watching it but missed hte first few episodes so never started, maybe they tricked you and will now go after who set his brother up
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