The FBI uses surveillance-camera footage in Atlanta to trace Valera's route from the Biltmore to a tunnel where the senator's wife may have been off-loaded. Meanwhile, Marcy tries to find out what's going on with her boyfriend, Ben.
" `Jewels' from the Paris Opera Ballet." George Balanchine's 1967 work is divided into three parts, "Emeralds," "Rubies" and "Diamonds," and set to music by (respectively) Faure, Stravinsky and Tchaikovsky. Kader Belarbi, Aurelie Dupont, Mathieu Ganio, Marie-Agnes Gillot, Agnes Letestu, Clairemarie Osta, Laetitia Pujol. Paul Connelly conducts the Paris Opera Orchestra. Taped at the Palais Garnier in November 2005.
Brenda has enough trouble on a case in which the key witness was killed. Complicating things, her boss’ ex-wife confronts her in front of her colleagues.
Sucre, Abruzzi and C-Note make a run for it on their own, while Michael and Linc hatch a plot to spring LJ, whom Mahone is squeezing for information. Meanwhile, Tweener and T-Bag do what's necessary to stay on the loose, and Pope and Bellick face the fallout from the escape.
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When Charlie and Alan antagonize each other like adolescent boys, Rose gets them to sit down and discuss their unresolved issues.