Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by toma, Sep 19, 2007.
if so, here's a nice present for you
This season better actually be good...
i noticed sarah's not in the main cast listed in the intro anymore... i know she was pregnant and just had a baby, i wonder if they're just stalling for her to be ready to film or if she's really gone
Considering i found her character incredibly irritating, I couldn;t care less if she's gone. Without Lincoln, Micheal and Teabag, I don;t think i'd even bother watching anymore. First season was amazing. Second had it's moments, but had far too many terrible, terrible plot points. This one could be promising...
So far it looks ok, but I'm really hoping they don't stay on this whole "break some weird guy out of prison" thing. Yes the show is called prison break, but how many times do we have to see it?
I've heard different reports about Sarah. IMDB says that Sarah will appear in a few weeks, but with a body double so you can't see her face, with voice-over provided by the real Sarah actress. I've also heard Sarah is flat-out not coming back. I'd prefer the latter.
I hope Sarah does come back eventually, I'm kind of interested to see what T-Bag's got up his sleeves for this season, he's so despicable its hard not to wonder what he's going to do next.
Exactly. Granted I never gave the show a chance, but with that name, I am just not interested. Seems more movie material than a long term series.
Ok, you broke out, now what?
obviously you get arrested again somewhere else and through some strange plot twist instead of waiting a month to be released you're forced to break out in a week instead
yeah, when i fist saw this I thought it was going to be over in one season, but damn, I cant believe this show is still on. I mean, shawshank redemption only lasted two and half hours.
This season looks promising, but I have a bad feeling it'll be great for the first 5 or 6 episodes, and then bog down in the middle again, only picking up in the last 2-3 episodes. Some viewers also refer to this as 'Smallville Syndrome."
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