Prison Break is an American television serial drama created by Paul Scheuring, that was broadcast on Fox for four seasons, from 2005 until 2009. The series revolves around two brothers; one has been sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit, and the other devises an elaborate plan to help his brother escape prison. The series was produced by Adelstein-Parouse Productions, in association with Original Television and 20th Century Fox Television. Along with creator Paul Scheuring, the series is executive produced by Matt Olmstead, Kevin Hooks, Marty Adelstein, Dawn Parouse, Neal H. Moritz, and Brett Ratner who directed the pilot episode. The series' theme music, composed by Ramin Djawadi, was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 2006.The series was originally turned down by Fox in 2003, which was concerned about the long-term prospects of such a series. Following the popularity of serialized prime time television series Lost and 24, Fox decided to back production in 2004. The first season received generally positive reviews, and performed well in the ratings. The first season was originally planned for a 13-episode run, but was extended to include an extra nine episodes due to its popularity. Prison Break was nominated for several industry awards, and won the 2006 People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV Drama and was nominated for the 2005 Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series Drama. In the United States, all four seasons have been released on DVD, while the first and third seasons and The Final Break have also been released on Blu-ray Disc. The series has been aired and all seasons have been released on Blu-ray internationally.
In prison, Danny is taken to Walker and put in a prisoner's outfit and chains. Walker sentences Danny to 1000 years for breaking his first offense warning. In prison, Danny gets hassled helplessly by many of the ghosts he captured at lunch until he suggests that they work together to break out. Deciding that they all wanted out, they decide to listen to Danny and his plan.
At the men's prison, a group of inmates pass a knife between them as they take their trays back after a meal. A couple of inmates jostle the guard who's keeping watch on the floor and then P-dog stabs him before passing the knife on again. Everyone involved washes their hands in dishwater before abandoning the knife. When the guard falls down, the prison goes into lockdown as other guards rush to his aid.
Holden enters the prison. He struggles with the tape recorder until Brudos comes in and takes it, saying he's pretty handy. He's one of the few inmates allowed in hobby shop. He can use scissors with supervision and other tools. He thinks the parole board should take that into account. He wraps a rubber band around the tape recorder to hold the door shut, turns it on, and says they're live. Holden tries to start, but Brudos asks where Bill is. He thinks he scared Bill off, but Holden just says they're doing some hiring at the office. Brudos says into the tape recorder that he misses Bill and asks him to come back. Then he laughs. Holden starts to ask Brudos about his second murder. He stopped to help the girl, took her home, and then she took interest in his photography. He took photos of her and then she decided to walk home. That's the last anyone saw of her. She was found in a river tied to a transmission that was tracked back to a car he owned. Brudos asks Holden for cigarettes, which Holden gives him. Holden asks if the transmission was part of the police plan and Brudos says it was and so were the photos. He has his own theory about who killed the girls. Brudos says the killer sensed they were getting close, so he left to go kill somewhere else and they needed someone to blame, so they picked him to be their fall guy. Holden says it's a pretty big coincidence that he met a few of the girls who became victims and Brudos agrees. Holden then asks if he thinks the killer planned his attacks. Brudos says maybe the first one fell into his lap and then he got a taste for it. Brudos notes that there were no photos of the first girl, but he was prepared with the other three. Holden asks if he fantasized about killing girls before the first murder and Brudos says he definitely did. Holden asks what he fantasized about and Brudos says all the stuff they said he did. The murders were just extensions of the thoughts he'd been having for a long time. Brudos says he'd have to think about it for a long time to go through with it. He'd have to be driven. Maybe his real life was out of control, but his fantasy life was where he could feel powerful. Holden asks why the killer would kill the girls from behind as he did. Brudos says he didn't want them looking at him. Maybe it wasn't about watching them die, because they weren't tortured. It might have just been about having them quiet so he could play with them. There are photos of them in different positions and they were all raped. But he played with some of them before they died, too. One was photographed in lingerie that wasn't hers. Brudos says she must have liked that. Holden says she was kidnapped from a parking garage. Brudos asks how Holden knows she was kidnapped. She may have gone willingly. All the women he meets want to be models. She may have gone willingly, thinking it was just about photos. She may have gotten a feeling at some point that something more was happening, so she played along. The killer may have enjoyed that, thinking that's what you get when you want people to look at you. Holden asks if the killer thought it was exciting to get some of that control back into his life. Brudos says that probably made him want more after he got a taste. Holden says they all have fantasies. He can remember his first fantasy about girls. He asks Brudos what his first fantasy was. He says he was nine or ten. He trapped a woman in a tunnel. He made her do things, non-sexually. She begged for mercy. Holden asks if he still has fantasies and he says he doesn't. He tells Holden to tell the parole board that.
Five talks with Klaus, wondering how their father knew about the impending apocalypse since he did not have the ability to time travel. However, his plan worked because all the Academy came home in the wake of his death. Diego returns having escaped prison and tells them Allison is in danger since she went after Leonard and Viktor alone. They need Luther, who has been missing since breakfast. 59ce067264