So Michael walks over to the stove, picks up the wine bottle conveniently on top of it, then breaks it off. Naturally, it shatters into the perfect weapon. Michael gives T-Bag a dark grin and growls, "Whenever you're done yakking." T-Bag replies, "Bring it, bitch." And it get brought.
Surprisingly, Michael does not end up with his ass whupped and his pants around his ankles. Instead, he manages to use the backpack to deflect T-Bag's knife, and when T-Bag can't get the knife out, Michael uses the money to knock T-Bag down. However, T-Bag doesn't have a moment to reflect upon the irony of his current predicament. He's too busy noticing how Michael's pinned him down and has one hand to his throat and the other holding a knife at eye level. T-Bag begins laughing at the shaking blade, asking, "Who are you fooling? You ain't gonna kill me, Mister Michelangelo. You ain't got it in you, so why don't you just let me do the killing --"
We cut to Michael raising the knife and bringing it down, we get a brief shot of T-Bag's screaming face -- and then we cut to Dr. Sara in the court room. Marty says, kindly, "Here's how the plea is going to go down... " As Dr. Sara does a great job of not bawling, Marty explains that she'll have to say she intentionally left the prison infirmary door open, and that she intentionally gave support and comfort to Michael Scofield. She does not have to say that she loved every minute of it. Marty adds, "The prosecution is asking that you do your time in a maximum security facility. I think the judge is going to agree to that." Dr. Sara shakily asks, "With good behavior, how many years of my sentence can I expect to serve?" Marty tells her it'll be nine years. Trying to look on the bright side, Dr. Sara says, "I'll be out before I'm forty." Just then, Lawyer B (whose name is never given) rushes over and says, "A very credible witness has just come forward, and he's willing to testify. He'll corroborate everything you've said about this conspiracy." The door opens... and in walks Paul Kellerman. Dr. Sara gapes. I immediately place a bet on the likelihood of a courtroom assassination in the next episode.
Back in the jungle, the mighty jungle, the policemen are running around. They hear T-Bag shouting for help in the cabin. Of course T-Bag is still alive. However, we see that Michael's tied his legs to a chair and pinned T-Bag's good arm to the floor with the knife. Is it too much to hope that the wound gets gangrenous? Or would cutting off another limb only give T-Bag more superpowers, like the ability to talk to animals or use telekinesis?