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Prison Break: An Epitaph

Prison Break wrapped up its fourth and final season on Friday. Here's what happened for those of you who tuned out long ago from one of television's most entertaining (and definitely its most ridiculous) action shows.

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Prison Break

The start of Prison Break's third season is exactly right: a crowd of gnarly, noisy men, surrounded by prison walls and doused by rain.

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Primeval (2007)

Two plotlines come together thematically, as the militias are "killing machines" much like the crocodile is purported to be, and neither attracts the attention of white Western media or intervention by international peacekeepers.

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Prison Break

Much as the Scofields despise the abject corruption that got them into this fix, they plainly feel less affinity for shadows than full-on righteousness. They believe they can get even.

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Prison Break - Season One

Fox's preposterous prison serial cranks the lunacy and thrills up to 11 in its oversized and rollicking inaugural season.

Jake Meaney
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Prison Break

The broody-eyed brothers Linc and Michael exemplify standards of masculine stoicism and bravery.

Mary Colgan
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Prison Break

The good and bad guys in Prison Break might cry, fight, screw, and bleed, but they still look like cardboard to me.

Samantha Bornemann
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3-Way (2004)

Dwight Yoakam needs our support, and that's the only reason to watch 3-Way.

John G. Nettles
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Equilibrium (2002)

Hooray for kicking opponents' heads in, fancy wirework, and twirling black topcoats.

Cynthia Fuchs
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John Doe

In John Doe, suspense takes a backseat to certainty.

Tobias Peterson
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