Gripping US drama - now in it's second series
Since the cons escaped, the problem with Prison Break is that it now relies for its drama on plot twists just the wrong side of extraordinary.
The political sub-plot of the first season now takes centre stage as Michael and his Death Row bound brother Lincoln are pursued around the US by an army of shady, duplicitous FBI agents.
By far the best reason for watching this is T-Bag, the deliciously sick paedophile end serial killer, who, loaded with stolen loot, attempts to settle down and make a family, with only his charm, a shotgun and a bread knife to assist him.
Skin crawling barely begins to cover it.