“How many times did I shudder and say “eww” in this episode? Let me count the ways. T-Bag cutting his finger open in an attempt to reawaken the nerves. I was just trying to hold my dinner down with that one. T-Bag trying to romance the 14-year old Danny. Tweener. Singing. John Denver. Tweener trying to kick it to Debra Jean. Enough said. And the most vomit inducing scenes go to Bellick and Nika. Nika kissing Bellick, Nika grinding up on Bellick. All this for a man’s love. Too bad he likes women who swim in their own vomit.
Speaking of those women, Dr. Sara is getting conned by Lance aka Agent Kellerman. They have bonded over blueberry pie and crack before they get interrupted by Michael’s phone call. He tearfully apologizes for what he did to her and tells her that what they had was real. Upon hearing that Sara makes her another dumb mistake in uttering his name out loud. Ah, Kellerman has some crane hunting to do.
And speaking of betrayals, Abruzzi’s quest for vengeance overpowered his love for his family. Abruzzi is the first one down. Death count for this season? 2 and rising. And at times, older does mean wiser. Lincoln bitterly spats how every time he trusted someone, he got burned and that Michael should know better when it comes to money. And big brother does know best when he goes with his instincts not to trust Nika. After overhearing Michael’s phone call, she realizes that after all that she has been through, she will never have Michael’s love. Love? And when pray tell, did she fall in love with him? The two seconds they were married? She tries to hold the brothers at gunpoint for the money but Linc was ready and let her take an unloaded gun. Kudos to you Sink.”