posted on Nov, 28 2006 @ 07:22 AM
Belick requested foxboro, figuring he'd have it easy. That is why he's there. The stupidity of him accepting 25 years for a crime he didn't
commit was a weak point last night. For starters, there is no evidence, other than the phone call. Second, when the crime was committed, he was at
the hospital, being treated for a head wound. It would be very difficult to convict a man based solely on a phone call.
The other weakness last night was the predictablility factor. We know they are sending Scofield and Boroughs back to Foxboro. They broke out of that
prison and Michael has the tattoos to get him out again. He'd wind up in another prison without a doubt. As soon as the border guards showed up
last night my wife asked how they would get out of this jam and I said Kellerman. She thought I meant he would show up and create a rift between the
two feds, allowing Scofield and Boroughs to escape. I explained that he was no longer working for the gov't and he now needed the prisoners to stay
alive. Sure enough, the order to kill kellerman came thru.
It was entertaining and exciting but very predictable. In the coming episodes there will be a meeting between Scofield and Sarah and she will freak
out when she sees Kellerman and Michael will say "no, sarah, he's with us" or something like that.