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The scene where Lincoln Burrows' car goes out of control and he's thrown into the river. He gets out of the river with hardly a scratch! I know it was meant to be a shocking moment but I kinda laughed.

Perhaps the International Olympic Committee should could consider it as new sport? Olympic athletes falling out of cars at high speed! stuck_out_tongue

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Also, when there was a significant fist fight going on during a different scene, did you notice how obviously faked the punches were, that they weren't even getting close to making physical contact? (Yet the various actors of course acted like they were getting hit.) lol. Typically on these type shows, violence looks realistic, like the people truly are getting beaten to a pulp. But on that debut episode, it was readily obvious that they weren't even touching one another with the fake punches and other type hits. punch_tone1 wink

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The scene where Lincoln Burrows' car goes out of control and he's thrown into the river. He gets out of the river with hardly a scratch! I know it was meant to be a shocking moment but I kinda laughed.

Perhaps the International Olympic Committee should could consider it as new sport? Olympic athletes falling out of cars at high speed! stuck_out_tongue

Thank You, I was waiting for someone to point out the hilarity of that scene. I mean he was going 100 miles an hour, his neck would have broken going through the windshield, yet they couldn't show him with his head at least split open. Nope, he's totally fine. Lincoln isn't even in shock, he just gets up and goes lol.

Those adventure characters certainly are made of durable stuff! lol

Yes to all of them. How they came to the garage was funny too. Some guy just drove them there and they get surrounded. Fake hits but supposedly the characters get hit with hammers and they are okay. Dunbar should be dead.

Another thing that seemed incredible: At the beginning of the episode, Lincoln is hiding behind a mostly-closed door somewhere in an alley, with thugs after him. Clearly they're out to seriously work him over. Yet, what comes next? He goes home and sits on his sofa, like after just another day at the office - and those thugs actually don't know his home address? I kept waiting for them to bust in and for violence to ensue!

If a group of thugs out to do me harm had just been after me, anywhere besides home is where I'd go! And that would remain the case on not only that day, but for multiple days (weeks?) to follow! dart

PS: After poor Sara's horrible life experiences of recent years, she actually doesn't lock her front door? lol

Here's another one. The hitwoman just drove up to the front of the house during the day when they were all home. Could be a weekend but yeah. She gets out, walks up to the front door and goes in no problem. Shoots the guy in the leg but could or should have killed him at some point. No need to come at night through the back door or whatever.

I laughed at the garage set-up. On the drive there they look out of the window at people holding machine guns waiting for a cross-walk but when they arrive at the big trap its just guys with hammers and chains...

Two more things:

Linc was able to single-handedly lift and move out of the way Michael's 1-ton or so grave-vault cover. I guess it therefore shouldn't be viewed as overly surprising that he later had his skull crashed through the car windshield but was left no worse for wear.

Also, T-Bag got his hand replacement surgery, which would have required for his mangled actual hand to be surgically removed first. Yet, right or soon after his surgery, no long-term recovery period and/or physical therapy was required, and he already was slamming and holding the surgeon's head against a glass window, using that replacement hand to do so with. That surgeon must do really exceptionally and unusually outstanding work! wink

PS: I wonder what - if any - the significance of the hit man's deformed ear may be. And I wonder whether Sheba will eventually become Linc's love interest.

Just like the first show.....so bad, its good.

Ray, Sheba sure came out not looking bad for someone who'd just repeatedly been punched, sturdy impact, in the face for quite an extended stretch of time! She wound up looking, by the end of it all, more like she'd simply walked into some twigs on a tree. lol

I wonder if she'll even have bruises by next week's episode. stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

I want more T-Bag!!!

Sheba was slapped with an open hand than closed fists but whatever. We need her looking good for this show

Sheba is beautiful! Even after a punch to the face Antifa style.

this scene was hilarious, this is why I watch prison break.

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