History Series / PrisonBreak

24th Apr '18 4:35:41 PM pecelot
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* {{Fingore}}: When Mahone tortures [[spoiler: Wyatt]] by pushing needles into his fingers, starting from the top of them. The former gives a specific description of the process whenever the latter starts losing consciousness from literally the strongest pain possible, Alex gives him an electric shock to ''wake him up''. Although [[GoryDiscretionShot we don't see how the first part is done]], the final effect with a needle sticks out of [[spoiler: Wyatt's]] finger is shown. And hell, we hear the scream and can certainly ''imagine'' what it felt like...
** The way Michael is tortured by Abruzzi's thugs in Fox River they cut two of his toes off, but John soon realizes it's ineffective and has to think of a different approach to get Scofield to reveal the location of Fibonacci ideally a lighter one, to say the least...
16th Apr '18 4:13:33 PM Voxy
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Japanese dub uses [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x44cjg_namie-amuro-prison-break-japanese-c_shortfilms "Top Secret"]] by Namie Amuro for the theme song of the second season.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FASU8r52kN8 "Evolution"]] by Exile was the first theme song for the third season and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjmhNCkxjUo "Be On Top"]] is the second theme song. [[http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/s-v9SK7cwfQ/ "Change"]] by YU-A as the ending theme song for the final season.

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The Japanese dub uses [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x44cjg_namie-amuro-prison-break-japanese-c_shortfilms "Top Secret"]] by Namie Amuro for the theme song of the second season.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FASU8r52kN8 "Evolution"]] by Exile was the first theme song for the third season and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjmhNCkxjUo "Be On Top"]] is the second theme song. [[http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/s-v9SK7cwfQ/ "Change"]] by YU-A as the ending theme song for the final season.season.
** The French dub uses [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdjeJ-esLEI "Pas le temps"]] by French rapper Faf Larage as the show's opening credits song.
13th Apr '18 12:21:14 PM pecelot
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: We see Michael laying the groundwork for several steps of his plan during 'Brother's Keeper', but don't learn what they are until they're utilized in season two.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: We see Michael laying the groundwork for several steps of his plan during 'Brother's Keeper', ''Brother's Keeper'', but don't learn what they are until they're utilized in season two.Season 2.



* FriendInTheBlackMarket: C-Note (season 1).
* FunctionalAddict: Mahone still manages to be a WorthyOpponent for Michael and figure out every step from his plan, despite being a drug addict.

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* FriendInTheBlackMarket: C-Note (season 1).
in Season 1.
* FunctionalAddict: Mahone still manages to be a WorthyOpponent for Michael and figure out every step from his plan, despite being a drug addict. [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in Sona, where he's got no means of obtaining ''his'' drugs.



* GambitPileup: Throughout the series, but especially in season 4.
* GenreShift: Season 1 is a classic jailhouse drama with a GreatEscape plot, and its cast is filled with classic prison StockCharacters. The Season 2 is a SternChase centered on the characters evading the law, Season 3 is a thriller set in a HellholePrison (though with a GreatEscape still worked into the plot), and Season 4 is a conspiracy thriller about the characters MacGyvering their way out of scrapes with TheSyndicate.

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* GambitPileup: Throughout the series, but especially in season Season 4.
* GenreShift: Season 1 is a classic jailhouse drama with a GreatEscape plot, and its cast is filled with classic prison StockCharacters. The Season 2 is a SternChase centered on the characters evading the law, Season 3 is a thriller set in a HellholePrison (though with a GreatEscape still worked into the plot), and Season 4 is a conspiracy thriller about the characters MacGyvering their way out of scrapes with TheSyndicate.



* GoMadFromTheIsolation: Invoked by Michael as a ploy to get himself moved out of solitary confinement and into the psych ward.
* GoryDiscretionShot: Most of the goriest moments in the show happen off-screen, such as [[spoiler: [[BoomHeadshot Nick Savrinn getting shot]] and T-Bag having his hand chopped off with an axe.]]

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* GoMadFromTheIsolation: Invoked [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by Michael as a ploy to get himself moved out of solitary confinement and into the psych ward.
ward. [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] with him being held alone in a dark room as a child by his foster father, where he actually developed his space-analytical skills that we so often get to see in the series.
* GoryDiscretionShot: Most of the goriest moments in the show happen off-screen, such as [[spoiler: [[BoomHeadshot Nick Savrinn getting shot]] shot]], Avocado getting his dick cut off and T-Bag having his hand chopped off with an axe.]]
13th Apr '18 9:48:09 AM pecelot
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* FinishHim: The whole point of Sona's chicken-foot fights, from which only one man can come out alive. Michael gets touched by his nobility in his first duel: after seriously damaging his opponent, the former wants to quit, but is not allowed to by the crowd demanding him to finish the job, which allows the latter to come back and [[spoiler: almost kill Scofield, had it not been for Mahone]].
** Happens to Michael, when he holds enemies (which almost always are objectively-bad people) at a gunpoint, but ultimately refuses to kill them, making him the most upstanding, sensitive, and also somewhat-stupid character in the series. It usually bears the same consequences for him as those in his Sona fight. People whose lives he saves oftentimes return later to harm him even more, like [[spoiler: T-Bag]], causing a lot of trouble along the way only to eventually [[spoiler: start working with the Company and almost rape Sara]], or [[spoiler: General Krantz, who while incarcerated orders dr. Tancredi's death]]. Scofield's attitude seems to shift in certain points of the plot, though. At the end of Season 2 he wounds [[spoiler: Bagwell to let the Panamanian police get to him]], whereas in Season 4 he tries to put [[spoiler: his mother]] to death twice, including a shooting attempt failed only by an empty magazine.
** Linc occasionally jumps on the mercy bandwagon, too. In Season 4, when Gretchen intends to sell her [[StealthPun company]], he doesn't pull the trigger despite Self trying to convince him that she deserves it. In the Season 2 finale, when pointing the gun at Mahone, he's unable to kill him. Alex then breaks the deadlock and handcuffs Burrows.

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* FinishHim: The whole point of Sona's chicken-foot fights, from which only fights. Only one man can come out alive. However, Michael doesn't really follow this rule and gets touched by his nobility in his first duel: after seriously damaging his opponent, the former wants to quit, but is not allowed to by the crowd demanding him to finish the job, which allows the latter to come back and [[spoiler: almost kill Scofield, had it not been for Mahone]].
** Happens to Michael, when he holds enemies (which almost always are objectively-bad people) at a gunpoint, but ultimately refuses to kill them, making which makes him the most upstanding, sensitive, sensitive and also somewhat-stupid character in the series. It usually bears the same consequences for him as those in his Sona fight. People whose lives he saves oftentimes return later to harm him even more, like [[spoiler: T-Bag]], causing a lot of trouble along the way only to eventually [[spoiler: start working with the Company and almost rape Sara]], or [[spoiler: General Krantz, who while incarcerated orders dr. Tancredi's death]]. Scofield's attitude seems to shift in certain points of the plot, though. At the end of Season 2 he wounds [[spoiler: Bagwell to let the Panamanian police get to him]], whereas in Season 4 he tries to put [[spoiler: his mother]] to death twice, including a shooting attempt failed only by an empty magazine.
** Linc occasionally jumps on the mercy bandwagon, too. In Season 4, when Gretchen [[spoiler: Gretchen]] intends to [[spoiler: sell her [[StealthPun company]], company]]]], he doesn't pull the trigger despite [[spoiler: Self trying to convince him that she deserves it. it]]. In the Season 2 finale, when pointing the gun at [[spoiler: Mahone, he's unable to kill him. Alex then breaks the deadlock and handcuffs Burrows.Burrows]].
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* FinishHim: Strongly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] with Michael. The undoubtedly-bad guys he ''should'' kill (like [[spoiler: T-Bag or the General]]) will most of the times manage to cause a lot of trouble for him with the direct example from the first chicken-foot fight in Sona, when the prisoner he refuses to finish was about to put Scofield to death, [[spoiler: but fortunately for him, Mahone stepped up and saved him]]. Lincoln and few other main characters jump on the mercy bandwagon, too.
** Whistler is about to kill Michael when their failed escape plan is found and the guards come storming in.

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* FinishHim: Strongly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] with Michael. The undoubtedly-bad guys he ''should'' kill (like whole point of Sona's chicken-foot fights, from which only one man can come out alive. Michael gets touched by his nobility in his first duel: after seriously damaging his opponent, the former wants to quit, but is not allowed to by the crowd demanding him to finish the job, which allows the latter to come back and [[spoiler: T-Bag or almost kill Scofield, had it not been for Mahone]].
** Happens to Michael, when he holds enemies (which almost always are objectively-bad people) at a gunpoint, but ultimately refuses to kill them, making him
the General]]) will most of upstanding, sensitive, and also somewhat-stupid character in the times manage series. It usually bears the same consequences for him as those in his Sona fight. People whose lives he saves oftentimes return later to cause harm him even more, like [[spoiler: T-Bag]], causing a lot of trouble for him with along the direct example from the first chicken-foot fight in Sona, when the prisoner he refuses way only to finish was about to put Scofield to death, eventually [[spoiler: but fortunately for him, Mahone stepped up start working with the Company and saved him]]. Lincoln and few other main characters jump almost rape Sara]], or [[spoiler: General Krantz, who while incarcerated orders dr. Tancredi's death]]. Scofield's attitude seems to shift in certain points of the plot, though. At the end of Season 2 he wounds [[spoiler: Bagwell to let the Panamanian police get to him]], whereas in Season 4 he tries to put [[spoiler: his mother]] to death twice, including a shooting attempt failed only by an empty magazine.
** Linc occasionally jumps
on the mercy bandwagon, too.
** Whistler is about
too. In Season 4, when Gretchen intends to sell her [[StealthPun company]], he doesn't pull the trigger despite Self trying to convince him that she deserves it. In the Season 2 finale, when pointing the gun at Mahone, he's unable to kill Michael when their failed escape plan is found him. Alex then breaks the deadlock and the guards come storming in.handcuffs Burrows.
7th Apr '18 7:20:11 AM pecelot
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* FinishHim: Strongly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] with Michael, whose inability to kill the bad guys gets him into a lot of trouble throughout the series.
** Exemplified twice in Season 3. In Sona, a chicken-foot fight means only one of them can leave the fight alive. The first time Michael refuses, the other guy comes at him with a knife but Mahone steps in and kills him instead. The second time, Whistler is about to kill Michael when their failed escape plan is found and the guards come storming in.

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* FinishHim: Strongly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] with Michael, whose inability to Michael. The undoubtedly-bad guys he ''should'' kill (like [[spoiler: T-Bag or the bad guys gets him into General]]) will most of the times manage to cause a lot of trouble throughout for him with the series.
** Exemplified twice in Season 3. In Sona, a
direct example from the first chicken-foot fight means only one of them can leave in Sona, when the fight alive. The first time Michael refuses, the other guy comes at him with a knife prisoner he refuses to finish was about to put Scofield to death, [[spoiler: but fortunately for him, Mahone steps in stepped up and kills him instead. The second time, saved him]]. Lincoln and few other main characters jump on the mercy bandwagon, too.
**
Whistler is about to kill Michael when their failed escape plan is found and the guards come storming in.
7th Apr '18 6:50:17 AM pecelot
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* FanDisservice: Any scene where Bellick is shirtless. And, for that matter, any scene where his shirt is too short (''vide'' in Sona, Season 3) to cover his [[AccidentalPun belly].

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* FanDisservice: Any scene where Bellick is shirtless. And, for that matter, any scene where his shirt is too short (''vide'' in Sona, Season 3) to cover his [[AccidentalPun belly].belly]].
7th Apr '18 6:49:27 AM pecelot
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** [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] with [[spoiler: Franklin]], who according to [[spoiler: Mahone's]] order tries to hang himself in a prison cell to save his family, but the [=COs=] are quick to rescue him.

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** [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] with [[spoiler: Franklin]], C-Note]], who according to [[spoiler: Mahone's]] order tries to hang himself in a prison cell to save his family, but the [=COs=] are quick to rescue him.



*** Apolskis in Season 2, when [[spoiler: Mahone pulls a gun on him]] after the former believed that for what he did he'd be safely escorted to jail by the latter. [[DonwplayedTrope Downplayed]], as we already knew by then what the agenda of the [[spoiler: FBI agent]] was.



* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler: Sara]] in season 3, though it was more a case of DeathFakedForYou.

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* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler: Sara]] in season Season 3, though it was more a case of DeathFakedForYou.



** [[spoiler: Self trying to trick the Homeland Security that he's gone to frame Michael and Lincoln for the double-murder, and also to get off the radar to safely sell Scylla and disappear with his wife]].



** [[spoiler: Michael post-season four, although it wasn't voluntary]].

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** [[spoiler: Michael post-season four, post-Season 4, although it wasn't voluntary]].



* FanDisservice: Any scene where Bellick is shirtless.

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** Sucre [[DownplayedTrope sometimes]], while shirtless or making love to Maricruz.
* FanDisservice: Any scene where Bellick is shirtless. And, for that matter, any scene where his shirt is too short (''vide'' in Sona, Season 3) to cover his [[AccidentalPun belly].



** Invoked and discussed by C-Note when he and Sucre [[ColdBloodedTorture hang T-Bag upside down]] to obtain the location of the General (a technique he learned during his time in Iraq).

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** Invoked [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] and discussed by C-Note when he and Sucre [[ColdBloodedTorture hang T-Bag upside down]] to obtain the location of the General (a technique he learned during his time in Iraq).



* FinishHim: Happens twice in season 3. In Sona, a chicken-foot fight means only one of them can leave the fight alive. The first time Michael refuses, the other guy comes at him with a knife but Mahone steps in and kills him instead. The second time, Whistler is about to kill Michael when their failed escape plan is found and the guards come storming in.

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* FinishHim: Happens Strongly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] with Michael, whose inability to kill the bad guys gets him into a lot of trouble throughout the series.
** Exemplified
twice in season Season 3. In Sona, a chicken-foot fight means only one of them can leave the fight alive. The first time Michael refuses, the other guy comes at him with a knife but Mahone steps in and kills him instead. The second time, Whistler is about to kill Michael when their failed escape plan is found and the guards come storming in.
7th Apr '18 5:53:12 AM pecelot
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* EurekaMoment: We see the moment Michael's plan really starts to fall into place during "Brother's Keeper", when he notices the full-sleeve tattoos on the girl dropping off a delivery at his apartment. You can see the light bulb switch on as he realizes that there's a better way to carry the information in with him than trying to memorize all of it.
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Bellick mistreats inmates, sells PI, and is a coward keen to turn tail for the highest bidder... but he loves his mama.
** T-Bag, also, though it comes up less.

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* EurekaMoment: We see the moment Michael's plan really starts to fall into place during "Brother's Keeper", ''Brother's Keeper'', when he notices the full-sleeve tattoos on the girl dropping off a delivery at his apartment. You can see the light bulb switch on as he realizes that there's a better way to carry the information in with him than trying to memorize all of it.
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Bellick mistreats inmates, sells PI, and is a coward keen to turn tail for the highest bidder... but he loves his mama.
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mama. T-Bag, also, though it comes up less.less. A mother is the only family they have left, partially due to their nature.



** A darker example in season one: there are some people even T-Bag won't rape.
** [[spoiler: Lisa Tabak]] quits the Company and later helps Sarah save Michael from them, claiming to have been [[DefectorFromDecadence disillusioned with the organization's ruthlessness]].

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** A darker example in season one: Season 1: there are some people even ''even'' T-Bag won't rape.
** [[spoiler: Lisa Tabak]] quits the Company and later helps Sarah Sara save Michael from them, claiming to have been [[DefectorFromDecadence disillusioned with the organization's ruthlessness]].



* EveryCarIsAPinto: In 'Disconnect', Mahone t-bones his car into Michael and Lincoln's vehicle and sets off quite the fireball in the process. The next shot shows the car still in flames.
* EvilMatriarch: [[spoiler: Christina Rose]].

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* EveryCarIsAPinto: In 'Disconnect', ''Disconnect'', Mahone t-bones his car into Michael and Lincoln's vehicle and sets off quite the fireball in the process. The next shot shows the car still in flames.
* EvilMatriarch: [[spoiler: Christina Rose]].Rose Scofield]].



* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The main story-line of the first four seasons, from Michael robbing the bank in the first episode until [[spoiler: his death in 'The Final Break']], takes place entirely between March and November of 2005, with the main portion of the plot during seasons 1-3 actually taking place between mid-April and late June/early July. [[note]]Michael is incarcerated in mid-April and the breakout happens in late May. Season two covers only a couple weeks, and season three takes place in only a week and a half. Season four starts sometime in August (after a three week TimeSkip), and actually might cover the longest amount of time out of all of them.[[/note]] This raises some questions about how exactly Sucre's daughter had been born by the beginning of season 4, since only about four months had passed since she'd been conceived.

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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The main story-line of the first four seasons, from Michael robbing the bank in the first episode until [[spoiler: his death in 'The ''The Final Break']], Break'']], takes place entirely between March and November of 2005, with the main portion of the plot during seasons 1-3 actually taking place between mid-April and late June/early July. [[note]]Michael is incarcerated in mid-April and the breakout happens in late May. Season two 2 covers only a couple weeks, and season three Season 3 takes place in only a week and a half. Season four 4 starts sometime in August (after a three week TimeSkip), and actually might cover the longest amount of time out of all of them.[[/note]] This raises some questions about how exactly Sucre's daughter had been born by the beginning of season 4, since only about four months had passed since she'd been conceived.



** [[spoiler: Self with the same fate, although delayed in time.]]
** [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] throughout the series. Some examples are as follows:
*** Towards the end of Season 1, [[spoiler: Veronica Donovan's]] seemingly loyal partner, [[spoiler: Nick Savrinn]], pulls a gun on her because his father was held captive. [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]], as he can't stand it and eventually [[spoiler: releases her, only to sacrifice himself with his father for the greater good]].
*** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in Season 2 when the ex-cons find the money in Utah, after which [[spoiler: Sucre]] has this moment. The audience later discovers it was all planned up with [[spoiler: Scofield]].
*** In Season 4 [[spoiler: a bad-turned-good-turned-bad-again Gretchen]] pulls that off in a [[MexicanStandoff Mexican standoff]] with a [[spoiler: Christina Scofield's henchman, Scott]], but ends up [[spoiler: being shot. Afterwards, she gets to prison, and repays her wrongdoings in ''The Final Break'']].



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: There's several, but arguably the first one was in "Riots, Drills and the Devil". Michael needed an uninterrupted block of time in order to break through a certain wall without being missed, so he sabotages the air conditioning system to trigger a lock-down. While he does accomplish his goal, the ensuing riot leads to the death of a guard, possibly the death of another guard (it's unclear if he dies or is just badly beaten), the death of several inmates, T-Bag finding out about the escape plan, and Sarah getting suspicious and nearly raped. Whoops.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: There's several, but arguably the first one was in "Riots, Drills and the Devil". Michael needed an uninterrupted block of time in order to break through a certain wall without being missed, so he sabotages the air conditioning system to trigger a lock-down. While he does accomplish his goal, the ensuing riot leads to the death of a guard, possibly the death of another guard (it's unclear if he dies or is just badly beaten), the death of several inmates, T-Bag finding out about the escape plan, and Sarah Sara getting suspicious and nearly raped. Whoops.



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Sarah Wayne Callies was pregnant at the beginning of season three, so the writers attempted to plot around her maternity leave. Fox refused to sign off on the proposed plotline, forcing the writers to redo everything and their new season arc ended up involving Sarah/Sara's death. Callies' refused to return to work just to be killed off so her scenes were shot with a body-double and her death in the fourth episode occurred off-screen. Didn't stop them from bringing her back from the dead in season four though.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Sarah Wayne Callies was pregnant at the beginning of season three, so the writers attempted to plot around her maternity leave. Fox refused to sign off on the proposed plotline, forcing the writers to redo everything and their new season arc ended up involving Sarah/Sara's Sara's death. Callies' refused to return to work just to be killed off so her scenes were shot with a body-double and her death in the fourth episode occurred off-screen. Didn't stop them from bringing her back from the dead in season four though.



* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: [[spoiler:The gang are all cleared with twenty minutes to go in the last episode. Later, Michael and Sarah are walking along the beach and talking about their future, when Michael's [[OhCrap nose starts bleeding]]. The DistantFinale reveals that everyone believes him to be dead, although the rebooted fifth season reveals that he's NotQuiteDead]].

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* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: [[spoiler:The gang are all cleared with twenty minutes to go in the last episode. Later, Michael and Sarah Sara are walking along the beach and talking about their future, when Michael's [[OhCrap nose starts bleeding]]. The DistantFinale reveals that everyone believes him to be dead, although the rebooted fifth season reveals that he's NotQuiteDead]].
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* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler: Whistler]] in the Season 4 premiere. Subverted with [[spoiler:Sara]] in that same episode, who apparently died in Season 3, but is revealed to be alive and well.
* DownerEnding: The epilogue of the season 4 finale (amazingly enough, the same event gets turned into a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in "The Final Break").

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* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler: Whistler]] in the Season 4 premiere. Subverted [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] with [[spoiler:Sara]] (due to contract restraints) in that same episode, who apparently died in Season 3, but is revealed to be alive and well.
* DownerEnding: The epilogue of the season Season 4 finale (amazingly enough, the same event gets turned into a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in "The ''The Final Break").Break'').



** [[spoiler:John Abruzzi]] in season 2, defiantly staring down a squad of FBI agents and when told to get on [[spoiler:his]] knees, replying "I kneel only to ''God''; I don't see him here."
** Amazingly enough, [[spoiler: [[ButtMonkey Brad Bellick]]]] gets one by sacrificing himself and meeting it head on.
* EnemyCivilWar: The General and [[spoiler:Christina Rose Scofield]] in season 4.
* EnemyMine: Happens a lot. Most notable are season 3, where Michael and Lincoln work with [[spoiler:Mahone, T-Bag, Bellick, Lechero, Whistler and Gretchen]], and the Miami chapter of season 4, where Lincoln works [[spoiler:''for'' the General and ''with'' Gretchen, T-Bag and Self]].

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** [[spoiler:John Abruzzi]] in season Season 2, defiantly staring down a squad of FBI agents and when told to get on [[spoiler:his]] knees, replying "I kneel only to ''God''; I don't see him here."
** Amazingly enough, [[spoiler: [[ButtMonkey Brad Bellick]]]] Bellick]]]], of all people, gets one by sacrificing himself and meeting it head on.
* EnemyCivilWar: The General and [[spoiler:Christina Rose Scofield]] in season Season 4.
* EnemyMine: Happens a lot. Most notable are season Season 3, where Michael and Lincoln work with [[spoiler:Mahone, T-Bag, Bellick, Lechero, Whistler and Gretchen]], and the Miami chapter of season Season 4, where Lincoln works [[spoiler:''for'' the General and ''with'' Gretchen, T-Bag and Self]].Self, who already betrayed Burrows and the rest]].
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