+ Reply to Thread
Page 43 of 146 FirstFirst ... 33343536373839404142434445464748495051525393143 ... LastLast
Results 421 to 430 of 1459

Thread: Prison Break

  1. #421
    Wait, what? ArchieComic Fan's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Location
    The Farm
    Posts
    4,740
    From The Insider at tvguide.com

    Prison Break: What Happens Next?
    by Matt Webb Mitovich

    Sixteen long, long weeks ago is when this TV season officially started getting weird. Prison Break, a critical and ratings smash for Fox, aired its "fall season finale" on Nov. 28, leaving not just fans but Michael, Sucre, T-Bag et al in an utterly criminal limbo as their painstakingly crafted escape plan hit a big shiny dead end. The good news? Prison Break is back with new episodes starting tonight at 8 pm/ET. Executive producer Matt Olmstead generously shared with TVGuide.com a sneak peek at what's to come in the first season's back nine episodes.

    TVGuide.com: Is everyone there at Prison Break as glad as the rest of us to finally have new episodes on air?
    Matt Olmstead: Absolutely. Obviously we've been working nonstop in production and writing, so as far as that, there hasn't been a break, but we're absolutely looking forward to our show coming back. We feel very strongly about the episodes that are forthcoming.

    TVGuide.com: You also must be psyched to have no less than 24 as a lead-out. It promises to be quite a night of television.
    Olmstead: It really fell into place. For a while there, we didn't know when we were going to come back, but the show's success and the strength came together to make Fox an offer they couldn't refuse, essentially.

    TVGuide.com: When last we tuned in, Michael & Co. were literally stopped in their tracks by a shiny new steam-pipe fitting. Does Michael have a Plan B tattooed somewhere on his inner thigh?
    Olmstead: Damn straight! He has a Plan B that is a much less-desired plan because it's incredibly risky. He hoped he would never have to resort to it, but circumstances dictate that he must.

    TVGuide.com: And if Plan B fails? Plan C?
    Olmstead: There is no Plan C. It's Plan B or 6 feet under.

    TVGuide.com: Will Officer Bellick, Warden Pope or anyone else learn of the escape attempt any time soon?
    Olmstead: Not anytime soon, but perhaps there is a traitor in our midst....

    TVGuide.com: Are you talking about Tweener?
    Olmstead: Oh, I don't know. It could rhyme with that, perhaps. [Laughs] We try to always keep our characters on our toes, so just when you think it's somebody, it turns out to be somebody else, whether it's with regard to this or something else. But at a certain point someone in authority gets wind of the escape, which accelerates the [Plan B] escape. Everything has to move up, which is another rug pulled from under these guys. If the first 13 episodes were about a methodical execution of a very intricately planned escape — albeit one met with some hiccups and setbacks — the back nine, concerning Plan B, is just madness. Everything gets thrown at them.

    TVGuide.com: The promos that have been airing show Lincoln all strapped into the electric chair. How is it that we aren't about to smell fried hair?
    Olmstead: [Laughs] We might. You never know!

    TVGuide.com: Or...
    Olmstead: Or... people on the outside, like Veronica and Nick, are doing their level best to try to get a stay [of execution] or at least buy some time.

    TVGuide.com: The April 3 episode, "Brother's Keeper," features flashbacks to many characters' lives before prison. What sorts of things will we be learning?
    Olmstead: Each flashback is basically about the tipping points for every character — not just for the cons — that either sent them to prison or were major turning points in their lives. I have to tell you, it's my favorite episode. It was written by Zack Estrin and directed by Greg Yaitanes, and it's unbelievable. The beauty of the episode, which fell to 15 [in the order], is that you have invested in these characters over the course of the first 14 episodes: When you do see them on the outside years prior and when you see what happened to them back then, it's explosive.

    TVGuide.com: If you had to single out one flashback as being the most shocking...?
    Olmstead: The story of Sara, the doctor, is unexpected. There's nothing that we've indicated prior to this that would lead anyone to believe what she went through. Also, T-Bag's story line is very unexpected.

    TVGuide.com: How many more episodes until we learn of Abruzzi's fate? I mean, dude was gushing mad amounts of blood after T-Bag cut him.
    Olmstead: Rumors have been flying around, but we give a pretty definitive answer of what happened to him fairly shortly.

    TVGuide.com: Vice President Caroline Reynolds' [played by Patricia Wettig] master plan seems a bit extreme. I know people can be ambitious, but is there some added wrinkle to the conspiracy that we haven't seen yet?
    Olmstead: She's half of a puppet to this company, these people that are pulling her strings, half of the master of her own destiny. At a certain point she gets on the ropes, and she has to either make a power move or "get thrown under the bus." That's where her big decision comes. What she needs to do to survive requires some real nefarious stuff.

    TVGuide.com: It sounds like Patricia Wettig landing a fall pilot might not necessarily be a wrench in the works for you.
    Olmstead: As far as actors doing pilots and stuff, we just have to work around it. But there's a lot ahead for her.

    TVGuide.com: Assuming the boys break out, how might you continue what's been started between Michael and Sara? Once he's out, it's not like he can swing by to ask her to Starbucks.
    Olmstead: Absolutely not. But by the same token, it will be an extension of their relationship right now, which is "frustrated." These are two people who would be in the sack by now if they were working together at a law firm. But because of the limitations and constraints of where and who they are... they have to try a little harder, and that makes the times that they are together that much richer. If Michael does get out, their contact and connection would essentially continue the same dynamic it had in prison.

    TVGuide.com: Again, assuming they break out, will the guys each go their separate way, or will the situation be such that they need to stick together?
    Olmstead: If they do [break out], it can't be like Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run with seven guys in a chain gang running down the road. But remember, dangling out there is Westmoreland/D.B. Cooper's money, and if that does exist, it certainly would be enticing to everybody who wants a piece of that pie. There are things like that they would want and need to work on collectively, as well as the things we've established that they want and would pursue individually. So as opposed to this seven-headed monster running around, it would be about their lives connecting and disconnecting.

    TVGuide.com: Is there a pivotal character whom we have yet to meet?
    Olmstead: No, I think that we just dig a lot deeper into our existing characters and throw even more intense conflicts and setbacks at them to see how they react. We consider ourselves quite fortunate to have the actors that we do. Believe me, it is very easy to write for these guys.

    TVGuide.com: No Season 2 pickup yet, right?
    Olmstead: No, but certainly we like our chances. Fox is waiting until we repremiere to see how we do.

    TVGuide.com: How much of Season 2 do you have mapped out already?
    Olmstead: We're done writing Season 1 and will be done with production by the time people read this, and we're now in the room working on sketching out Season 2. We have basically our "tent poles" mapped out, and now we're getting into the specifics.

    TVGuide.com: Before we go, how about one last tease?
    Olmstead: I would just go back to Sara. She has a real dark secret in her past that comes to light and definitely informs her character, informs her relationship with her dad and with the governor, and plays out heavily in the back nine of this season.

  2. #422
    Signed, Sealed, Delivered prhoshay's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Location
    Right Here, Right Now
    Posts
    25,375
    Saw Went this morning on Regis Philbin's show. Can't hardly wait until tonight! I watched the marathon last night and got completely excited about the new episodes! I know that Regis is a small man, but Went looked pretty sizeable next to him and his wife.
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

    When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!

  3. #423
    Go Bruins! Qboots's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    LOST in the 70's
    Posts
    10,321
    The Governor is in cahoots with the baddies!

    The CIA says they never heard of those 2 agents!

    Evil prison guard ignores protocol when the electric chair malfuntions!

    No stay of execution for Linc!

    Damn this show! Dammit, dammit dammit!!!
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

  4. #424
    Can They Do It?? mrdobolina's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    Location
    The Miami of Canada
    Age
    42
    Posts
    3,254
    This is a great show...and that was a great episode. The scene with Lincoln talking to LJ...wow.

    Scenes for next week seem to indicate that he gets the chair...does he die for certain? Or is there going to be some last second thing that happens like the chair doesn't work??? I can't imagine that character being written off the show??
    "You don't own a TV?!? What's all your furniture pointed at?" Joey Tribianni

    It's not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you.

  5. #425
    PWS
    PWS is offline
    FORT Fogey
    Join Date
    Jul 2004
    Posts
    15,535
    Quote Originally Posted by mrdobolina View Post
    This is a great show...and that was a great episode. The scene with Lincoln talking to LJ...wow.

    Scenes for next week seem to indicate that he gets the chair...does he die for certain? Or is there going to be some last second thing that happens like the chair doesn't work??? I can't imagine that character being written off the show??
    Went is certainly acting like he thinks his brother will die--it must be more than just not wanting to raise his hopes again. And the lawyer is there, not out lawyering, and the gov said no, so unless the judge has a change of heart I don't know what could save him unless a rat really does get in and blow the fuse--hence all the faith stuff.
    Did Went have time to go back and put another rat in? Knowing the chair had to not work in front of more witnesses....
    Great tension... and so sad the scene with Linc's son.
    I can't believe they will kill Linc tho....for one thing it will mess up one of the romances plotwise.

  6. #426
    FORT Fogey cablejockey's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2003
    Location
    ontario canada
    Posts
    1,786
    I can see them killing off Linc, but I dont want that to happen. There's no way you can fake an electric chair execution. I hate that evil guard so much, I was hoping he would touch a wire and get shocked with 2000 volts!!

  7. #427
    Here's your sign JAFO'S PRINCESS's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Location
    signmaking in INDIANA
    Age
    34
    Posts
    664
    I was in tears last night. Jafo was laughing at me for snotting all over the cat. If they kill Linclon it will ruin to show for me. "He's too burly and ruggedly handsome to die".
    I might as well work. I'm in a bad mood anyway.
    "I like to base my help on how happy you expect to be." Dogbert's tech support.

  8. #428
    FORT Fogey
    Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Posts
    1,046
    All through the first season I knew theres no way he can die because he's one of the two main people but after last night's episode, Im not so sure. I also thought about the fame Wentworth is getting from this show, maybe the writers think he can carry this show on his own. I hope they do not kill off Dom. Even as UNBELIEVABLY GORGEOUS (to the point where im SHOCKED sometimes looking at him that something so beautiful is on this planet) Went is, if Dom leaves, it might ruin the show for me.

  9. #429
    FORT Fogey aname's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    Posts
    2,320
    I too will be sorry to see Dominic leave if they go through with the execution. But, the character may live on in back stories about his life before he was framed. I have liked Dominic Purcell since I first saw him on John Doe. I find him very sexy - he is handsome in a rugged, very masculine way and there is something about him that is very charismatic. He has also grown as an actor since John Doe and this role really tests his talents. I actually find him much more attractive than Went, although Went is pretty - but just not my type. Love this show - the story, characters, and acting is terrific.

  10. #430
    FORT Fan rupertshoney's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Alabama
    Age
    43
    Posts
    359
    Excellent. Just wonderful! I cried of course. I hate that stupid old guard. I wish somebody would stab him with a shank or whatever they're called. Jerk. I really didn't expect Sarah's dad to be in with the VP but I guess it's hard to say no the VP. Still...very disheartening. Do they still not know that Lincoln's son (sorry I forget his name) has that picture on his phone? I keep waiting for that to come into play. Maybe they know and can't use it because then they would have to produce LJ. I remembered! LOL! Anyway and bringing him out in the open will get him killed.

+ Reply to Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

SEO by vBSEO 3.6.0 ©2011, Crawlability, Inc.