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    what about that 4-letter word that was on the folder that the silent old guy was holding when Kim went into his limo? What was that about?

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    Sona?

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    'Prison Break' actor charged with manslaughter

    'Prison Break' actor charged with manslaughter - CNN.com

    BEVERLY HILLS, California (AP) -- Lane Garrison was charged Thursday with manslaughter and drunken driving in a car crash that killed a 17-year-old boy last year.

    The 26-year-old "Prison Break" actor was charged with felony vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, felony driving under the influence causing injury to multiple victims, felony driving with a blood-alcohol level above the .08 percent legal limit causing injury, and a misdemeanor count of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

    If convicted, Garrison could face up to six years and eight months in prison.

    He was expected to surrender Thursday afternoon for arraignment at Beverly Hills Superior Court. Prosecutors will recommend that Garrison be held on $200,000 bail, said Jane Robison, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office.

    Garrison, a Dallas native, was behind the wheel of a Land Rover that jumped a curb and struck a tree December 2. The crash killed Beverly Hills High School student Vahaghn Setian and injured two 15-year-old girls who were also in the vehicle.

    Police said Garrison was found to have a blood-alcohol level of .20 percent and cocaine in his system.

    The charges only indicate that his blood-alcohol level was above .15 percent.

    His attorney, Harland Braun, didn't immediately return a call for comment. Braun previously has said that Garrison met the three youths at a grocery store and accompanied them to a party, where he had one drink.

    Garrison played David "Tweener" Apolskis on the Fox drama series "Prison Break."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duxxy;2267321;
    The description that Sarah gave of Mahone's drug dependancy doesn't make sense to me.
    Mahone says he's taking 20mg a day of whatever his drug of choice is and Sarah says You must feel like you are walking underwater.

    How can Mahone be so quick on his feet and following Michael's every lucid move when he is coasting through life in an underwater ballet? Incongruous plot for me.
    I thought she actually said "walking ON water" -- like he was feeling invincible or something...

    Quote Originally Posted by Brooks;2267042;
    I'm mixed about the scene between him and Sarah. He is too intelligent for that, was he playing her? Was the gun empty - there was a shot of a bullet next to his cell phone.I hope Sucre is able to con Bellick.
    Yeah, remember he was texting his fellow agent (the woman?) and she was waiting outside to follow Sarah?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brooks;2267042;
    No doubt in my mind about the incest between Caroline and Terrence.
    Same here.

    And I believe Caroline made up the cancer as a convenient and easy excuse--one that would gain her sympathy and not TOO many questions about why she was stepping down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lois Lane;2273872;
    I thought she actually said "walking ON water" -- like he was feeling invincible or something...
    Hey Lois,

    It was under water!

    When you're on tranquilizers you're slow and lethargic. Everything feels like a big undertaking. Like you’re trying to walk under water. However, at this point, the guy’s taking the drugs just to get ‘normal’.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle David;2273962;
    Hey Lois,

    It was under water!
    Ah, thanks! And hi UncleDavid! I don't care what you post--I just love seeing little Greta on your avatar!

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    Interview with William Fichtner Prison Break's William Fichtner Awaits a First Snow | TVGuide.com

    William Fichtner is that rare sort of actor who can move effortlessly between the television and film worlds without missing a beat. His current TV gig is playing conflicted FBI agent Alexander Mahone on Fox's Prison Break (Mondays at 8 pm/ET), and come March 23 he can be seen in the feature thriller First Snow, starring Guy Pearce. TVGuide.com spoke with the Long Island native as he prepared to shoot the second-season finale of Prison Break.

    TVGuide.com: You play Guy Pearce's buddy and business partner in First Snow.
    William Fichtner: Yeah, I'm the buddy. Everybody's got to have a buddy. Really, that's what he is. The first time I read the script I thought, "What a great little story." It's interesting and engaging. [Director] Mark Fergus and his writing partner, Hawk Ostby, wrote such an interesting piece. So yeah, I play a buddy to this guy, but it's such an interesting journey, and the truth is that I'm such a fan of Guy [Pearce] as an actor that I thought it would be great to work with him.

    TVGuide.com: It's a smaller film, but it's getting noticed thanks to some positive critical response from festivals. What do you think people are seeing in it?
    Fichtner: Well, like I said, Guy's an amazing actor. It's a performance like his that can make a story like this really come to life. With little indie films like this, you need an actor with that sort of depth. Guy just does that. When you link that up with Hawk and Mark’s script, you're going to get something engaging.

    TVGuide.com: The movie is about how a soothsayer's premonition affects a man's life. Do you believe in psychics and the paranormal?
    Fichtner: Absolutely! For sure. To think that there's not energy and fields and wisdom and knowledge that we don't understand.... What's the old expression? We use eight to 15 percent of our brain in our lifetime? Can you imagine if we could use 30 percent? I'm pretty sure you could fly.

    TVGuide.com: [Laughs] You're kidding, right?
    Fichtner: No. I believe that. I believe in the power of the mind. So do I think people have glimpses into the future or the past? Absolutely.

    TVGuide.com: All right, all right. So on the Prison Break front, your Agent Mahone is getting more and more interesting as the season goes on. What's it been like developing such a cerebral yet tortured character?
    Fichtner: Thank you. Thank you for using those words to describe him. That's exactly how I think about him, but people are always like, "He's such a bad guy." I'm always like, "Don't you get more than that?" Pay attention, he's more than a bad guy. He's a guy who gets pulled in so many directions. That is what has made this entire season really worth it for me.

    TVGuide.com: Recently Mahone has been the focus of an FBI Internal Affairs investigation, on top of trying to track down the remaining fugitives. Do you look forward to playing a guy under an intense amount of pressure, or is it pretty exhausting?
    Fichtner: It's not exhausting at all. It's absolutely welcome. It's what makes the journey worth it. In the beginning, when I read the first two episodes last summer after deciding to do it, it wasn't about being the FBI guy chasing the fugitives. That does very little for me. What's interesting is all the other stuff, the internal conflicts and what's happening in his life and with his family, that's what makes it work. Characters who have more than one plate spinning are the most fun to play.

    TVGuide.com: Prison Break could be considered this generation's Fugitive. Were you a fan of that show?
    Fichtner: I don't want to date myself, but I was.

    TVGuide.com: I was thinking you might know it from reruns.
    Fichtner: Thank you. Actually, I was around 10 years old when it was on, and I still remember it very well.

    TVGuide.com: Well, The Fugitive lasted five seasons. Do you think Prison Break has the legs to make it that long?
    Fichtner: That's interesting. You know, when you start off with a show called Prison Break, it better be about one thing. They got that done. The second season they're on the run. So the second season is like The Fugitive. What will the third season be about? I don't know. But it's not a formula show, and it doesn't have to follow any pattern, so who knows?

    TVGuide.com: They have the option to bring you back for next season. Any word on whether that's going to happen?
    Fichtner: They do have that option, but I haven't gotten that phone call yet. I'll tell you something — if they decide to exercise that option, so be it. It would be my pleasure to come back. I've never had that feeling with a television experience before.

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    Does anyone know if it is a new show tonight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisgalb;2286938;
    Does anyone know if it is a new show tonight?
    TiVo sez.... Yes!

    Yeah, it looks to be a new episode.
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    Anyone see tonight's episode? I didn't care for it very much. I'm getting frustrated I suppose...I'm like, "Just stop worrying about everyone/everything else and escape!" I know that's the selfish answer but you go to all the trouble of escaping and now Michael's just going to get him and Linc all caught again. If he was going to do that, he should've just let Linc be executed. Yes, it would've been a wrongful execution but the blood trail they've got on their hands now is much worse...Better that one innocent life end than this many!

    T-Bag--his time has come. Please just off him and make him disappear. As much as I like the actor--incredibly creepy--I can't stand the character.

    I hope C-Note is safe for good. I can't take any more torturing of him and seeing his little girl and wife in distress...

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