They notice a policewoman stopping by the house. Sergio Mimica-Gezzan. The policewoman is revealed to be the middle-aged woman's daughter. They lock both of them down and continue digging. Lincoln leaves the team when he hears that L. The team eventually finds the money. Sucre pulls a gun on them. Meanwhile, Mahone apparently succeeds in making a deal with Apolskis for taking the agents to the house; but the latter goes to his girlfriend's instead and tells her to wait for him before being taken away.
Mahone decides to transfer Apolskis alone, stops the car on the road and kills Apolskis in cold blood. Meanwhile, Patoshik starts building a boat. Sara arrives in her father's house and finds him dead, seeming to be suicide. She gets a key which was in his possession. Kellerman blames Kim for how he handled the governor; but the latter reveals that the same thing is planned for Sara. Vincent Misiano. Sucre takes the whole bag without sharing the money.
This is revealed to be Scofield's plan in order to have more share; but they realize that they have the wrong bag. Bagwell is revealed to have the money, intending to find Susan Hollander, the woman who informed the police and had him arrested. While running, Sucre gets stuck in a river; but Scofield manages to save him. Sucre finds out that Delgado canceled her marriage and decides to find her.
Using the money they still have, they buy cars and separate. Lincoln finds L. Bellick and Geary realize that Bagwell has the money and figure out where he is headed. Meanwhile, Tancredi narrowly escapes a Company operative after they mistaken someone using a payphone as her. Tancredi calls Bruce Bennett, her father's associate, for help and realizes he sent them to kill her and is part of the Company. Kellerman recovers the encrypted messages Tancredi received from Scofield while she is decrypting them.
Mahone is revealed to be working for the Company. Scofield attempts to obtain the nitroglycerine vials he planted before he got imprisoned; but the FBI is revealed to be waiting for him and he narrowly escapes. He realizes that Mahone is killing everyone he catches and decides to find out more about the latter by debriefing his former wife, Pam, posed as an agent. Scofield deduces that Mahone has killed Oscar Shales, a missing serial killer, and buried him in his garden.
Scofield tells Mahone to stay away from him and his brother and he won't reveal the Mahone's secret in exchange. Mahone refuses now that he's found where the Scofield will meet Tancredi.
Meanwhile, Franklin meets his friends and they break Kacee out of FBI watch, while he personally saves his daughter and reunites his family. Bagwell arrives at Hollander's home, to find she has put on sale and escaped with her children. Bellick and Geary capture Bagwell and start torturing him to find the money. Kellerman finds out that Tancredi is headed to New Mexico. Lincoln and L. Dwight H. Tancredi arrives in the location and rendezvouses with Scofield before being attacked by Mahone.
They lure Mahone into a factory before Tancredi escaping and Scofield locking him in a chamber. Tancredi tends to Scofield's wounds, reminding him that his plan brought Bagwell back to society. Meanwhile, Bellick and Geary find torture useless but see Bagwell swallow a key and obtain it by using laxatives.
They find the safety deposit box related to the key and obtain the bag before Geary betraying and attacking Bellick and taking it. Sucre gives a message to Delgado to call him; but fails to answer it because of the police being around. He gives her another message to meet him in Mexico , looking at Scofield's note. Tancredi is confronted by Kellerman. Bagwell decides to recut his hand in order to escape.
Since he doesn't have enough money, Scofield steals the material he needs, making him feel guilty.
He goes to a church for confession before deciding to continue his plan. Aldo reveals that Governor Tancredi had a tape that can prove Lincoln's innocence. They are attacked by the Company's mole, whom Lincoln kills. Aldo's associate is instructed to take L. Mahone is freed by Kim and finds Scofield's destination.
Scofield arrives at his meeting with the people who will pass him from the borders in exchange for nitroglycerine. They find out that Scofield has brought faked nitroglycerine and decide to kill him; but Sucre arrives and saves him, critically shooting their boss. Scofield allows them to leave in exchange for the location of the airstrip.
As the two leave, Lincoln and Aldo arrive, with Scofield recognizing his father. Meanwhile, Bellick leaves a message for Geary threatening him. Bagwell finds and kills Geary. Kellerman tortures Tancredi, but to no avail. Kim orders him to kill her; and the former starts suffocating her. Scofield reveals that he was abused by his foster father before Aldo arrived, killed the man and saved the former. Aldo tells Scofield about the tape and that they don't need to run anymore. They are attacked by Mahone, who fatally shoots Aldo.
Tancredi manages to escape from Kellerman. Kim casts Kellerman out because of his failures and removes everything that proves the latter's existence. After burying Aldo's body, Scofield and Burrows decide to stay and fight instead of running; and Sucre enters the plane alone. Meanwhile, Bellick keeps lying to the police until the message he left for Geary is found, and the former is arrested for murder.
Kacee finds out that they have left their daughter, Dede's medications behind.
The former goes to a drugstore , where she is spotted and arrested. Mahone is late to stop the plane, but manages to find Scofield and Burrows, who try to call Tancredi, and intercepts them. Before Mahone can kill the brothers, the police arrive and arrest them. Mahone requests the police to transfer the brothers alone, which is denied. Kellerman convinces Kim to give him a chance to prove his value by the former's plan to kill the brothers during transfer. Kim instructs Mahone to kill Kellerman after the brothers are dead.
Meanwhile, Bellick is convicted and chooses Fox River to be comfortable using his former colleagues; but when he arrives, he finds out that the new warden won't give him special privileges and he is sent to Avocado's cell. Bagwell starts dating a woman who works at a post office , and convinces her to find Hollander's house.
The woman finds out who Bagwell is and he kills her. He shocks Hollander and enters her house. Tancredi changes her hairstyle to avoid being spotted. During transfer, the brothers escape as planned before being stopped by Kellerman and Mahone. Kellerman shoots Mahone and offers to help the brothers; and the trio escape the scene.
Burrows recognizes Kellerman and tries to kill him; but he convinces the brothers to trust them by revealing to know Steadman's whereabouts. The trio take a plane to Montana. Mahone tells Kim what happened; and the latter orders the transfer of Steadman; but the trio arrive in time and abduct Steadman. Mahone refuses to work for the Company anymore before his son is attacked he is forced to finish his mission. Meanwhile, Bellick is annoyed by Banks and his fellow inmates.
Bellick beats them up using the element of surprise.
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They plan revenge and at night, the shift guards, who work for Banks, open Bellick's cell for them. Bagwell stops Hollander and her children from leaving. Kellerman reveals that they have removed Steadman's identification documents and had him surged so that no one can recognize the latter now; but Scofield calls the press in order to reveal the truth anyway. Steadman takes a gun and kills himself.
The police arrive and surround the motel. The trio manage to escape by taking the filmer hostage. Bellick is revealed to have been beaten up and is told to keep his mouth shut. The filmer returns to the network building with his cassette and the network broadcasts it, in which Burrows restates his innocence and the brothers reveal the Company's actions and the truth about Oscar Shales. They are revealed to be transferring some messages, all of which Mahone deduces to be meaningless except one for Tancredi.
Mahone asks Bellick to decipher that message and the latter agrees with the condition of being transferred to administrative segregation. Meanwhile, Patoshik befriends a girl and realizes that she is abused by her father and kills the man. Sucre has dinner with an old man and the man allows him to take his car in order to reach Delgado. Tancredi calls the hospital in which the trio are waiting for her while Kellerman is called by a woman sounding to be President Reynolds, who asks him to deliver the brothers.
The trio unite with Tancredi, who tells Scofield what Kellerman did to her; but Kellerman regains his position by revealing that Tancredi's key belongs to a private club in Chicago. They board a train, in which Tancredi tries to kill Kellerman anyway.
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The police catch four people who jump out of the train, but realize that they are not Scofield's team and the real four leave the station in Chicago. Hollander has a guest and Bagwell decides to move the family outside the city. While Benjamin and Dede are in a diner, it is attacked by a mentally unstable robber.
Benjamin tries to solve the situation peacefully; but he finally attacks and locks the robber and the others help him escape the police with Dede. Mahone fails to convince the warden for Bellick's request, but offers Bellick freedom in exchange for doing the former's dirty work, which the latter accepts. He finds Patoshik and chases him to the top of a tower. Mahone arrives and allows Patoshik to kill himself as Kim has ordered the death of all the escapees. Kellerman finds out that the woman on the phone is not Reynolds and gets determined to help the brothers Scofield and Tancredi arrive in the club.
Nelson McCormick. Scofield and Tancredi are spotted and escape the club without recovering the tape. The four find out that Pope is a member and Scofield convinces him to get the tape in exchange for surrendering. After Pope gets the tape, Kim arrives to claim it; but Scofield, Burrows and Tancredi save him and leave Kellerman behind. Pope tells Scofield that the tape is valid and that he doesn't need to surrender.
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Meanwhile, Bagwell brings Hollander's family to his childhood house, where he was abused by his father. Hollander refuses to stay with Bagwell and he locks them in the basement; but he finally decides to free them and leave. Benjamin takes Dede to a hospital before escaping with her. He takes her to a doctor, but doesn't allow him to inject her anesthetics because of the pain.
He finally surrenders and makes a deal with Mahone to deliver Scofield in exchange for Kacee's freedom and Dede's health care. Sucre finds Delgado in Ixtapa and the two escape the police. The trio listen to the recording and Lincoln finds a lawyer affiliated with Aldo's group. The character was later killed off in the fourth episode of the second season, " First Down ".
He later appeared in a brief flashback in the episode " Fin Del Camino. Fernando Sucre played by Amaury Nolasco is imprisoned at Fox River State Penitentiary for aggravated robbery and was ratted out by the man trying to steal his girlfriend. Sucre is Michael's cell mate and was one of the first members of the escape plan.
Although the group split apart after the escape Sucre came back to help Michael multiple times. He is part of Self's "A-Team" and plays an important role in getting Scylla. In season 5, he is revealed to now be working on a freighter, and wants to help save Michael from Yemen. Lincoln "L. Marshall Allman was listed as part of the main cast until the fourteenth episode of the second season, " John Doe ".
In the pilot episode, despite his normally good behavior, L. Part of his punishment is to visit a mentor, his father, once weekly. The first encounter is cold, but their relationship grows warmer, However, L. Upon discovering Kellerman's alias, he confronts him with a gun to avenge his mother. In season 2, L. His family nearly breaks him out of the courthouse, but the escape is foiled and L. He is later set free in a move by The Company to find Lincoln. Though they are able to outsmart the agents and escape, they are arrested by the police in " Unearthed ".
They are later saved by people working for Lincoln's father, and L. In "Wash" L. This ends in season 3, where L. After Whistler is broken out, the hostage exchange is successful at a museum, and L. He goes after Charles Westmoreland 's hidden five million dollars, but fails. Set up for murder twice by T-Bag, he ended up incarcerated at Sona. After his escape he was recruited to be part of Self's covert "A-Team" assembled to bring down The Company.
He drowned while trying to put up a pipe to cross a main water conduit, saving the Scylla plan. Paul Kellerman played by Paul Adelstein is a Secret Service agent who was ordered to make sure Lincoln Burrows is framed and convicted for murder, along with various other illegal acts. He was presumed dead after a shooting after releasing information about The Company at Sara Tancredi's trial at the end of season 2.
He is revealed to still be alive at end of season 4. In season 5, he is still working for the government, and is also revealed to be married and divorced with joint custody of a daughter. Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell played by Robert Knepper is imprisoned at Fox River State Penitentiary with a life sentence  for six accounts of kidnapping, rape, and murder.
He escapes with Michael's help and reconnects with his previous family by kidnapping them. He frees them after an emotional outbreak, however. He goes to Panama and ends up in Sona for killing a number of prostitutes. T-Bag took over Sona after killing its former ruler, Lechero. However, sometime between season 3 and 4, he has broken out of Sona along with Sucre and Bellick and is now on a mission to head back to the US to settle the score with Michael for double-crossing him on the escape from Sona at the end of season 3.
He later is forced to be a reluctant member of Self's "A-Team". In season 5, he is released from Fox River and given an operation which gives him a prosthetic hand as functional as a natural one. Though Bagwell initially believed himself to be incapable of fathering a child due to being conceived as a result of inbreeding, Michael reveals to him that he has an illegitimate son in David "Whip" Martin.
The chance for a fresh start and family serves as T-Bag's motivation for continuing to assist Michael. When Whip is killed, T-Bag snaps the neck of his killer; and as a result finds himself imprisoned in Fox River; where he exacts further vengeance upon Poseidon, who is assigned his cellmate. Sara Tancredi played by Sarah Wayne Callies is Michael's love interest, daughter of the Illinois governor, and a doctor working at Fox River State Penitentiary before becoming involved in the conspiracy behind Lincoln Burrows' setup.
She eventually shoots a corrupt government agent, William Kim , and Michael takes the fall for it, giving her freedom. Apparently brutally decapitated, her head was placed in the box at the beginning of season 3, though it was later discovered to be a ploy and she is in fact alive. In season 5, she has remarried, is raising Michael's son alongside her husband, and is somewhat reluctant to believe Michael is still alive. All charges against him are dropped after he reveals certain secrets about Alexander Mahone.
He and his family are safe and were then put in witness protection at the end of season 2. In season 5, he accompanies Lincoln to Yemen after finding evidence that Michael is still alive. He is responsible for the deaths of three of the Fox River Eight. In turn, Michael sets him up for possession of cocaine, which leads to his incarceration at Sona, as well.
He escaped from Sona with Michael and Whistler at the end of season 3, and is now part of Self's covert "A-Team" assembled to bring down The Company in season 4. He does not appear in Season 5, nor is he mentioned. Little is known about his background, though throughout season three James Whistler played by Chris Vance repeatedly claimed to be a simple fisherman from Kalbarri, Western Australia who ran charters between Panama and the Pacific North West.
He is in the Panamanian jail known as Sona for the murder of the son of the mayor of Panama City during a bar fight, although he claims he is innocent. This resulted in a bounty being placed on his head, as the mayor offered to free via a corrupt judge any inmate who would kill Whistler, forcing Whistler to go into hiding in the sewers after he arrived at the prison.
Breaking him out of Sona became Michael Scofield's primary mission during season three, though Whistler and his mysterious background causes tension between both men as various aspects of Whistler's background most notably the story that he is needed to be freed in order to deliver vaguely explained "coordinates" recorded within a bird watcher guidebook Whistler carries with him at all times cause Michael to question whether or not he is helping an innocent man caught in the vast web of conspiracies of The Company, as Whistler claims to be.
When he first saw Brad Bellick , he offered him food in return for a favor. When a fight broke out between two inmates one of whom was Michael Scofield Bellick was to place a note on each of the two inmates in order to get more food from Whistler.
He was apparently attempting to send a message to Sofia Lugo. The book was then stolen by Lincoln Burrows. The Company seems to have an interest in Whistler, and this is apparently the reason Michael's incarceration in Sona was arranged in the first place. Due to the political spotlight on him, The Company were unable to get him out. Initially, Whistler is seemingly unaware of why The Company wants him.
One of The Company's operatives, Elliott Pike, approached Michael and offered their support if he breaks Whistler out. When he refused, another operative, who called herself only by the obviously false name Susan B. Burrows and Michael's girlfriend Sara Tancredi were being held hostage by The Company and would be killed if Michael didn't break Whistler out within a week. After the bounty on his head and his location is discovered by both Michael and Mahone , Mahone delivers him to prison boss Lechero.
Fortunately, Lechero chooses to remove the bounty on Whistler at Michael's request, giving up the reward of freedom from the mayor, after Michael restores water to the prison.
Whistler tries to befriend Mahone in an effort to get information on Scofield. Later he reveals why The Company is interested in him. They want to know where Whistler took a certain naturalist to during one of his charters. But he needs the bird guide, which is actually his trip log to retrace his steps and take The Company to that location. In Good Fences the bird guide is returned to him with the warning that he is running out of time. Michael instructs Whistler to spy on one of the tower guards to learn their behavior. Whistler observes a window of 6 minutes where the sun's glare forces the guard to look away.
When it is revealed he covers for Michael by claiming to be a bird lover. Meanwhile, a new inmate, Tyge claims to know him, calling him by the name McFadden and seeing him in in Nice at the Ambassador hotel , thus casting doubt on his story in Michael's eyes. Tyge is murdered and Whistler is suspected after McGrady tips off Lechero that the two had an argument.
His life is in danger until Michael manages to intervene. In Vamonos it is later revealed that Whistler has been deceitful with Michael, and has actually been working with Gretchen Susan B. Anthony , and that it is he who is orchestrating his break from Sona. Susan aka Gretchen tells him the plan Bang and Burn is in effect, which both dismissed as suicide until Pad Man says it is the only option after Michael failed to take James out of Sona.
While James gets to the roof of Sona during a military helicopter rescue of him, Michael Scofield, knowing his position is dead without him, stops the prison break. Scofield was then taken away to confess what he knew about the helicopter squad. Scofield's confession caused Whistler to be implicated.
In the subsequent torture, Whistler revealed Gretchen Morgan, the woman who had been orchestrating the entire escape. After learning that Gretchen escaped from the Sona guards clutches, both Whistler and Scofield returned to Sona. He realizes he lost his book during his escape. After getting out of Sona, Whistler manages to escape from Michael and Lincoln but is then caught again. The exchange for L. He escapes with Gretchen and The Company. He is later seen making a deal with Mahone to join up with The Company and Mahone, Gretchen, and he drives away. Whistler appears briefly in the season 4 premiere.
After he betrays The Company by planning to steal Scylla, he is shot and killed by Company hitman Wyatt. A later episode reveals that he had arranged to sell Scylla to the Chinese, rather than handing it over to the government. Norman St. John played by Robert Wisdom is a Panamanian drug kingpin incarcerated at Sona, where he is the leader of the prison and is at the top of the prison hierarchy. He appears only in season 3 where his role is similar of that of John Abruzzi in season 1.
Ruthless and violent, he earned the nickname "Lechero" when he, at the age of 13, disguised himself as a lechero milkman in order to kill his mother's rapist. The character serves as an antagonist and enemy to the protagonists in the early episodes of season 3, but later becomes an uneasy ally. Lechero is introduced in the season 3 premiere episode Orientacion. Aware of Michael Scofield's ventures as a fugitive from the United States, Lechero views him as a threat to his rule and plots to get rid of him by setting Michael up in a fight to the death with another prisoner.
However, Michael survives. Lechero also meets T-Bag in this episode and accepts him as his underling. The relationship between him and Michael continues to be characterized by deceit and mistrust in the next few episodes, like in Call Waiting , when Michael steals Lechero's cell phone.
Lechero grows increasingly paranoid as the season progresses, and is later tricked by T-Bag that his cronies are planning a coup against him, successfully manipulating Lechero to enlist T-Bag as a spy. In Good Fences , Lechero gets in trouble when the electrical system in the prison stops functioning. Remembering that Michael is an engineer, he quickly enlists Michael's help to fix the system, in exchange for a new cell in the prison block. He is later approached by Bellick, who warns him that Michael cannot be trusted and that he will trick Lechero as he tricked Bellick.
At first Lechero is skeptical but then he decides to see for himself, and when Michael successfully outwits him and repairs the prison's electrical system, his trust in Michael is solidified. He later punishes Bellick for the bad information by scalding him with hot coffee.
In Vamonos after Michael's failed escape, Lechero informs him that he will break out of prison, but with one catch—he must take Lechero with him. T-Bag tells Lechero that the guards will let them go for 50, dollars. Lechero calls his girlfriend who brings T-Bag the money. After getting the money T-Bag takes his place as the leader of Sona by suffocating Lechero with a pillow while Bellick stands by and watches in terror. Having worked with Lincoln to help Michael break out Whistler in Season 3, she is with LJ in Season 4, though their whereabouts are unknown.
The character is introduced to the series as a regular in the premiere episode of the third season of the series. The book is then stolen by Lincoln Burrows and tells her to tell Whistler that he has it now. On her way out, she sees the visitation log, figures the connection and notes Lincoln's hotel and room number. She tails Lincoln to Saint Rita and confronts him. Lincoln tells her about the escape plan. He relents, telling her of The Company's interest in him and telling her to gather information on the brothers.
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