Babes Behind Bars! (And Michael's Not One of Them)
Time elapses and the sun rises on T-Bag shrieking as he's led into solitary. As two guards haul him down the hall, T-Bag howls, "Why am I being punished? I'm the guy who blew the whistle!" A guard exposits, "You aided and abetted an escape, Mr. Bagwell. As far as the authorities are concerned, you're an accomplice." He slams the door and our last sight is of T-Bag standing in front of the grill in his door, screaming, "Scofield! Scofield! Scoooooooofield!" (And up at the Pearly Gates, Michael is asking St. Peter, "Do you hear something?" "Me? What? No," says St. Peter. "Now, if you promise not to blow the locks on the gates you see behind me, I think we can give you conditional entrance ...")
Mahone, Linc, Sucre and Dr. Sara are still in the SUV, and still in shock over how the escape went down. Mahone finally hands over a piece of paper to Dr. Sara with "Michael asked me to give you this if he didn't make it out. He said it would help you understand why he did what he did." Dr. Sara briefly scans the paper, then hands it over to Linc with "It's his bloodwork." And Linc, with his amply-demonstrated exhaustive medical knowledge is totally the guy to read through all the numbers and conclude that Michael's smartifying brain tumor was also going to kill him. Anyway, Car of Downers continues to a marina. We next see Sucre walking over to Dr. Sara and setting down a big briefcase full of money; he explains, "This is the General's money. I was supposed to wire it down to Costa Rica for you to pick up, but um, I ran into some trouble. I'm sorry." Sorry for handing someone a big briefcase full of money? I could use those kind of apologies, so long as Sucre's handing them out. Come here, Papi. I'll even let you hug me for free.
Anyway, there's a very sweet moment where Dr. Sara and Sucre wish each other the best in their respective parenting ventures, then there's a sweet moment where Sucre hugs Lincf. Then Mahone comes over and hands Linc a DVD. Linc asks Mahone, "He never said anything to me. Why didn't he tell me?" Mahone explains, "Because he knew you'd try to stop him. He knew you'd do anything to protect your family." Linc simply rebuts, "But I didn't." Both he and Mahone look at Dr. Sara, who is seriously something of a runny-nosed mess at the moment. And we know who Linc will be taking care of. He and Mahone shake hands. Before Mahone can walk off into the sunset, he calls Dr. Sara's name and she calls back a teary thank you. Mahone waves and drives off. Oh, Alex, I might miss you most of all.