He is, however, interrupted by General Von Baldy materializing out of thin air and screaming, "Burrows!" The general and his goons advance, and Von Baldy says, "Put the gun down. Vincent and I need to talk." Mahone assumes the in-your-FACE posture and snaps, "Vincent? Yeah ... We had a deal." And bless you, William Fichtner, for still trying on this show. General Von Baldy snaps back, "New Deal." Oh boy, the One World Conspiracy is going to abandon its plans for warmongering and nation-toppling and institute massive public works projects to reinforce the country's aging infrastructures! Hurrah for organizations that are too big to fail! Oh, wait -- I've completely misread the situation: the deal is now "General Von Baldy is stepping in and taking over." Lincoln tells Von Baldy that he picked up Sandusky on an air strip, and that the man's obviously got something to do with Scylla, and the General walks over to scare the pants off Sandusky with "Good. Then you can help me find it, can't you, Vincent? And you can help me find Christina Scofield." General Von Baldy gives us a little backstory on Sandinsky, and ends by asking why he came to Miami. Sandinsky replies, "AAAAAAIGH." This is because Von Baldy's goon with the receding hairline is busy breaking Sandinsky's fingers. It seems like a case of premature torture to me, but I'm not the expert here.
Sandinsky happily spills that he's working with Christina Scofield, and General Von Baldy turns to Linc and peevishly inquires, "When were you planning on telling me that your mother was behind all this?" Linc deflects with "We just found out," but Von Baldy rebuts, "Bottom line is, you knew. All of you. On your knees." Linc fails to sink to his knees, and T-Bag is given the sign that he doesn't have to. Then Von Baldy effectively seals T-Bag's fate with everyone else by saying, "If Bagwell is the only one competent here --" Linc explodes by screaming, "What? Are you serious? Who do you think found this guy?" Behind him, Mahone is quietly putting together the pieces of the puzzle that read "SQUEALED" "T" and "-BAG." The general concedes the point, then goes back to terrifying Sandinsky into giving up Christina's current location. The general dispatches Linc with "You have today. One day."
We go through the credits, which still feature Jodi Lyn O'Keefe. Gosh, I miss Gretchen. My dream finale would include her and Kellerman coming back and merrily dispatching phlanxes of One World Conspiracy goons whilst twitting Michael and Linc with snarky comments.