I read somewhere that this season of Prison Break was going to be so gruesome that it would make the past two seasons look like a luxury vacation. Whoever wrote that was 100-percent right. In case you forgot, when we last saw Michael Scofield, he had been thrown into Sona prison (or hellhole with out rules, guards or escape) in Panama -- along with Agent Mahone, T-Bag and Bellick.
In last night's episode alone, three men died. Bellick was running around in his underwear and looked like he was ready to kill himself, and Scofield was told he'd have to stay in the prison for at least a week and help another prisoner breakout, or Dr. Sara Tancredi and Michael's brother Lincoln's son, L.J., would be killed.
Usually, I'm a devout PB fan, but I'm not sure if I'm going to be able to watch this season. The barbaric nature of last night's show and gory deaths of the inmates was a little much for my taste on a Monday night while I was eating dinner.
Tell me what you thought of the premiere? Will thePrison Break
producers make this season work? Can you believe Sona Prison is actually based off a real place -- the Carandiru Prison in Brazil? Should I watch K-Ville next week, instead? Talk to me.