Sara Tancredi - Wikipedia
Dec 27, 'Prison Break' Season 5: Will Michael Scofield And Sara Tancredi Callies has no problem joining Prison Break Season 5 if the show will. “The Final Break” starts off with Michael Scofield and Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne . The problem is that the driving storyline of “Final Break” leads to Scofield is going to be killed, all the more portrays their relationship as unrealistic. [Source] Sara Scofield (nee Tancredi) is a prison doctor and the love interest of the she continues to help Michael in subsequent episodes despite their relationship. Taking his advice, Sara, Michael and Lincoln decide to use it to blackmail.
Due to her father's hectic political career and vastly differing beliefs, she did not have a close relationship with him. In episode " Buried ", it was revealed that her mother has already died. Appearances[ edit ] In the first season, Sara is mostly featured in scenes with Michael Scofield, while in the second season, Sara has mainly appeared in scenes with Frank Tancredi, Paul Kellerman or by herself. She has appeared in every episode of seasons 1, 2 and 4 except for second season episodes, " Otis " and " John Doe ".
Her death was faked early in the third season, apparently beheaded by Gretchen Morgan, and her "head" was delivered in a box to Lincoln Burrows.Michael and Sara's wedding - The Final Break
In season 4 it is discovered that the head was a ploy and that Sara is alive. Season 1[ edit ] Sara is introduced to the series when Michael Scofield first visits the infirmary in the pilot episode. In the first and second episode, their interactions are cordial but formal. However, Sara's curiosity is awakened when he attempts to charm her, and after she checks his academic record, she is surprised that he had graduated with a master's degree.
In " Allen ", she notices his nervousness as she tests for his glucose count to confirm his diabetes.
However, she dismisses it after his test apparently passed but only because Michael had taken insulin blockers to raise his blood sugar. Michael's regular visits to the infirmary becomes an important plot point, as it represents a major step in his plan.
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Sara treats Michael after two of his toes are cut off in the episode "Cell Test", and the subsequent bonding between them turns their relationship into a more personal one. Most episodes feature Sara interacting with Michael during these visits, initially careful to deflect all his attempts to charm her. However, after Michael rescues Sara from inmates' intent to rape and kill her in "Riots, Drills, and the Devil", she begins to grow more comfortable around him.
This is not without duality, though, as another plot point includes Sara discovering that Michael lied about a PI assignment.
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However, she is strengthened in her belief that Michael is different from the other prisoners, and several episodes has her trying to obtain information about him, such as when she is required to conduct a medical check-up on Michael's brother Lincoln Burrows Dominic Purcelland questions him on Michael's background. She also visits Michael's former psychiatrist in "Tweener". In later episodes, though, Sara attempts to distance herself from Michael.
After she discovers that he is married and had a conjugal visit in the episode " And Then There Were 7 ", she announces that they will now be doctor-patient only. In the following episodes, her tone with Michael is more distant, though she continues to help him in subsequent episodes despite their relationship. After meeting with Lincoln Burrows' lawyers on his execution day in episode " The Rat ", Sara becomes convinced that Lincoln is innocent and attempts to persuade her father to ask him to review Lincoln's case after Michael pleads with her.
Her father denies the appeal, but additional information emerges to postpone the execution.
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Sara's character plays a critical role in the episode " The Key ", where Michael must take possession of a key to the infirmary door. He ultimately kisses her as a distraction to steal her keys, but is caught up in the moment and unable to go through with it.
Instead, he has his wife meet Sara and steal the keys. At the end of the episode, she has the locks to the infirmary door changed, thwarting his efforts.
Michael is then forced to come clean in " Tonight " and reveals to her his intent to break Lincoln out of prison. Sara is confronted with the decision whether she should help Michael or not. Eventually, Sara returns to Fox River and unlocks the infirmary door. Horribly distressed at what she has done, Sara injects herself with morphine from the infirmary. Suspected for being an accessory to the escape, police officers charge into her apartment with an emergency warrant in the Season Finale to find her nearly dead from a morphine overdose.
The character's fate is left unresolved at the end of the first season. Season 2[ edit ] After recovering from her drug overdose in " Manhunt ", Sara loses her medical license and becomes a target of The Company - the mysterious organization behind Lincoln's murder setup.
Learning that six other convicts joined Michael's escape, Sara feels betrayed by him, and the two characters initially have a strained relationship. After her father alerts her of Kellerman's suspicious identity and her father's subsequent death in episode " Buried ", Sara becomes part of the show's conspiracy plot as she holds the key left by her father to information that may exonerate Lincoln.
Following this, several attempts on Sara's life are made by The Company, which force her to find Michael via his coded messages. She meets with Michael in the episode " Rendezvous " at Gila, New Mexico but their reunion is short-lived when Kellerman and Agent Mahone William Fichtner find out about their rendezvous point. At first, Sara is reluctant to leave with Michael to Panama but is captured by Kellerman shortly after. Kellerman proceeds to torture Sara in episode " Bolshoi Booze ", in an effort to obtain information about a USB drive he thinks her father gave her.
Sara escapes from Kellerman and decides to change her appearance and throws her wallet and ID away. Two episodes later, Sara returns in " The Message ". She reunites with Michael in Evansville, Indiana in " Chicago ".
Together with the brothers, Sara travels to Chicago where her father has hidden the audio file that can help prove Lincoln's innocence. On the train to Chicago, Sara admits to Michael that she has fallen in love with him, and they kiss.
Later in the episode, Michael admits he has fallen in love with her. They decide to use it to blackmail President Reynolds for a presidential pardon instead. When this fails, Michael and Lincoln are forced to leave the country. When Sara realizes she is being tailed by the FBIshe surrenders herself in order to let the brothers escape. Sara is then faced with a year prison sentence but as she is about to plead guilty, Kellerman comes forward to testify on her behalf.
His testimony exonerates Sara and Lincoln in " Sona ", and Sara reunites with the brothers in Panama and tells them of the news. With nowhere to run, Michael and Sara surrender themselves to the Panamanian police but to Sara's surprise, Michael confesses to Kim's killing instead of her.
She is last seen in a crowd by Lincoln. Season 3[ edit ] In this season, standbys are used to portray the character, including Katie A. Keane in the photographs for the episode " Call Waiting ". Knowing that this act would end in himself being electrocuted, the lovers bid a fast farewell and Scofield tells Sara to run as soon as he connects the two wires. Scofield does the deed, and Sara runs out to a waiting Lincoln, Mahone, and Sucre.
Lincoln is perplexed as to where his brother is, and Mahone, who knew what Scofield had intended to do all along, tells Lincoln that his brother is never coming back, and is gone. The gang then flee in disbelief. Meanwhile, Sophia manages to arrange for passage to Costa Rica where Sara is able to live with her baby and Lincoln freely. He also advises them to take care of each other, and asks them to tell his child that they are all now truly free.
The series ends on this note. After the barrage of nonsensical, over-stretched, and thin episodes that made up much of season four, one would not have held their breath expecting this encore of double episodes to be any better.
All in all, this episode was thrilling enough, moved with a good pace, and had a solid story. It was not as exceptional as season one, but it came as close to it as possible at this juncture of the game.
The episode also had a fair amount of twists and turns and managed to hold some surprises for the audience. However, this episode is not without some criticism. The two leads, Wentworth Miller and Sarah Wayne Callies, were never able to show any chemistry or emotional connection towards each other on screen, and that made the relationship between Michael Scofield and Sara Tancredi cold, passionless, and unconvincing.
Whilst the audience is able to intellectually understand that Scofield and Sara love each other by way of them saying those words to each other every so often, physically and emotionally it is hard to buy that this couple was that connected to sacrifice their lives for each other! In fact, the entire final scene between Scofield and Sara was so unconvincing that when Sara ran out, with that unchanged shocked look plastered on her face, one had to wonder if she really understood what her husband meant — that he was going to kill himself!
Sara left Scofield so fast, without much persuasion, or any sense of grief or distress, almost like she was leaving a man she liked a bit and had a one night stand with, and not someone she supposedly loved and who was her spouse! There are times that Scofield seems to not explain things properly, and yet we are supposed to believe that Sara understands him.
By focusing the closing shot on the shut door that enclosed Scofield, and with befitting music, the audience was made to feel the separation between the rest of the gang and Scofield, both physically and spiritually.
Also, the closed door symbolized the closure of Scofield, the end of his life, and it also showed that he had come full circle from his start with a shut door in season one by way of his incarceration in Fox River. The door also represented the hopelessness that Lincoln felt as he stared at the door; the hopelessness of no longer being able to save his brother from his fatal end.