In der dritten Staffel von "Prison Break" erschleicht sich Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (Robert Knepper) die Gunst von Lechero, der das Sagen im Gefängnis Sona. Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (Robert Knepper) ist in "Prison Break" ein psychopathischer Mörder und Vergewaltiger, der in Fox River von allen. Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell ist eine fiktive Figur aus der amerikanischen Fernsehserie Prison Break. Gespielt von Robert Knepper, ist er Teil der Hauptgruppe der Charaktere in der Serie und Teil des Fox River Eight.
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Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell ist eine fiktive Figur aus der amerikanischen Fernsehserie Prison Break. Gespielt von Robert Knepper, ist er Teil der Hauptgruppe der Charaktere in der Serie und Teil des Fox River Eight. Theodor "T-Bag" Bagwell ist einer der Hauptcharaktere in Prison Break. Er agiert als Protagonist in vielen Situationen, aber auch als Antagonist zu den anderen. Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (Robert Knepper) ist in "Prison Break" ein psychopathischer Mörder und Vergewaltiger, der in Fox River von allen. In der dritten Staffel von "Prison Break" erschleicht sich Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (Robert Knepper) die Gunst von Lechero, der das Sagen im Gefängnis Sona. Während Michael und Lincoln in "Prison Break"-Staffel 5, Folge 8, versuchen, Sara und Mini-Mike zu befreien, ist Whip auf eigener Mission. T-Bag PRISON BREAK Zeichnen, Margot Robbie Filme, Dominic Purcell, Michael Scofield.
Während Michael und Lincoln in "Prison Break"-Staffel 5, Folge 8, versuchen, Sara und Mini-Mike zu befreien, ist Whip auf eigener Mission. Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell (Robert Knepper) ist in "Prison Break" ein psychopathischer Mörder und Vergewaltiger, der in Fox River von allen. T-Bag PRISON BREAK Zeichnen, Margot Robbie Filme, Dominic Purcell, Michael Scofield.
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The series received positive reviews upon release, and "T-Bag" is often considered to be one of the greatest television villains of all time. After Prison Break ended in , Knepper was cast as villain Samuel Sullivan in the fourth and final season of Heroes.
He guest-starred on season six of Criminal Minds as Rhett Walden, a serial killer. The same year he played the titular character in the film adaptation of Burning Daylight.
Knepper was cast in the television series Cult as Roger Reeves, an actor playing Billy Grimm on a show called Cult.
The same year, he appeared in R. He later voiced the audiobook adaptation for the tie-in epistolary novel of the show called The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
Knepper has a son, Benjamin Peter born , from his first marriage. Four additional allegations taking place between and were made against Knepper on December 5.
All were denied by Knepper. Late in , in the wake of these accusations, The CW conducted an internal inquiry. Finding no evidence of misconduct transpiring on the set, it was announced he would be remaining on the series.
CW president Mark Pedowitz stated, "Again, the investigation related to the set and his behavior on the set.
They found no wrongdoing on the set. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the baseball player, see Bob Knepper.
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Il est en possession d'une certaine somme d'argent et surtout du livre qu'a perdu Whistler dans la prison. Il le somme de venir s'expliquer dans son bureau, faute de quoi il appellera la police.
T-Bag accepte de collaborer. Michael accepte de l'aider. Il ouvre le portail d'une cage pendant que Bagwell le menace, mais Mahone le coince et le jette dans la cage.
Tous les deux projettent d'attendre que Scofield obtienne Scylla pour ensuite les abattre et la lui voler pour la vendre. Mais Michael l'assomme par surprise.
T-Bag se rend vite compte que cet homme est son fils. He knows exactly what he's doing. He's not going to make himself stupid [to fit a stereotype].
Il sait exactement ce qu'il fait. He then is transferred to a Panamanian cell, where Bellick is also imprisoned. In his last appearance of the season, Bagwell is seen screaming in a Panamanian jail, a man from the Company leaving him imprisoned for "getting caught".
Bagwell is the fifth member of the Fox River Eight to be taken down by the authorities, and the second member not to die upon interception the first being C-Note.
Imprisoned in Sona along with Michael , Bellick , and Mahone , Bagwell is once again able to charm his way to an easier prison life than most, ingratiating himself to Lechero , a drug lord who is the most powerful man inside.
Michael soon blackmails Bagwell about his pedophilic past, in order to gain access to Lechero's cell phone. Bagwell gets Michael the cellphone, but when it is put back Lechero notices that it had been moved.
In order to deflect suspicion, Bagwell gets Lechero to question the loyalty of his right-hand man, Sammy , who has been openly hostile to Bagwell.
Lechero is successfully manipulated into enlisting Bagwell as his personal spy, increasing Bagwell's position in the prison hierarchy.
Bagwell then gains the trust of Lechero's head drug smuggler and dealer, Nieves, only to then kill him by suffocating him with a plastic bag.
He also covers up his murder by making it look like a drug overdose , and as a result replaces Nieves on Lechero's crew in the prison.
He also protects Sister Mary Francis when the guards enter Sona, developing a liking for her in the process. When she steals Lechero's money, he diverts blame from her on to him and is punished for it by Lechero.
Later, when James Whistler is accused of murder and set to be killed, Bagwell attempts to 'help' Michael by asking him to frame his rival Sammy for the murder but Michael refuses to go through with it.
When Michael and Whistler are caught trying to escape Sona twice, T-Bag becomes suspicious and figures out that Michael is trying to escape.
He blackmails his way onto the team but, along with Bellick and Lechero, is tricked by Michael and captured to allow the others to escape.
After the escape, he is tortured until he says Fernando Sucre knows everything that happened about the escape. He finds the bird book that Whistler dropped and puts it into his pocket.
He then is taken back to Sona and forms an ambitious plan to kill Lechero. He begins the chant "all cons are equal" and ingratiates himself with everybody, leaving T-Bag as the new ruler of Sona.
T-Bag's character is once again central to the plot, as he holds Whistler's bird book. As mentioned by Lincoln in the premiere episode , a riot in Sona led to T-Bag, Sucre, and Bellick escaping between the third and the fourth season.
Much of T-Bag's character arc in this season is devoted to exploring the friction between his discovered yearning for legitimacy and his desire to seek revenge on Michael for leaving him behind in earlier seasons.
After crossing the border, T-Bag begins to uncover the clues in the bird book and finds documents conjured up by Whistler to portray Cole Pfeiffer, a top salesman at a corporation called GATE.
This forces T-Bag's character to become critical to the plot. T-Bag's storyline is initially separated from the other main characters, and he spends most of his screen time attempting to carry on his charade as the top salesman for the Gate Corporation, while spending most of his time trying to decipher the contents of Whistler's bird book.
Eventually, another sales manager exposes him as a fraud, and he quickly flees the building before being arrested. This begins his involvement with the main plotline.
In the next episode, he is taken captive by former Company operative Gretchen Morgan , who interrogates him for his role in obtaining Scylla, The Company's little black book.
T-Bag learns that the bird book is a means to this end, and that there are people prepared to pay large sums of money for Scylla.
For the next few episodes, T-Bag and Gretchen form a partnership, and while she murders the co-worker that exposed T-Bag, he takes Trishanne, the secretary from Gate Corporation, hostage to lure Michael to him and forces him at gunpoint to decipher the clues in Whistler's bird book.
They eventually discover the book contains blueprints to the Gate Corporation building, including a path to where Scylla can be decrypted.
While forcing Michael at gunpoint into the secret compartment, Bagwell is surprised by Mahone, who along with Michael, captures him. T-Bag is freed in the next episode at the urging of Gretchen, and Michael and his team reluctantly accept him as an ally, as T-Bag's access to Gate is valuable to the plan.
In the following episodes, T-Bag appears mainly in scenes at Gate, where he continues to play a salesman. It is established that, together with Gretchen, he is planning on double crossing Michael and his team after they steal Scylla, in order to sell it to a Chinese crime syndicate for million dollars.
By the episode "Quiet Riot", it becomes apparent that Gretchen is clearly the more ruthless and devoted to the plan, while T-Bag begins to grow increasingly attached to his new life and his dialogue shows that he wishes that he actually was Cole Pffeifer rather than Theodore Bagwell.
Because of this, the character often shows a softer side in this part of the season. For instance after he learns about the death of Bellick, T-Bag seems to be somewhat upset, despite the nature of their relationship in past seasons.
However, he is still shown as intent on exacting revenge on Michael. T-Bag and Gretchen are waiting in T-Bag's office with machine guns in "Selfless" prepared to ambush the Scylla team when they return.
When T-Bag's boss Mr. White spots Gretchen's gun under the table, she takes the entire company hostage. Seeing his chance at a new life at Gate being destroyed forever, T-Bag reluctantly helps her take the GATE employees hostage, but in the same episode T-Bag is arrested by Trishanne who is actually an under-cover federal agent sent by Homeland Security agent Don Self.
At the end of the episode, Michael's team is successful in getting Scylla and hands it over to Self who, in the episode's twist ending, betrays everyone and steals Scylla.
After Self murders Trishanne, he forces T-Bag to help him track down Gretchen by giving him the home address of her sister Rita and daughter Emily, whom T-Bag holds hostage while Gretchen and Self find a new buyer for Scylla.
In the episode "Just Business", T-Bag continues to mourn the loss of his new life. When a bible salesman asks to come in, T-Bag believes him to be a Company agent and takes him hostage.
After saying he wanted to be Cole Pffeifer and not Theodore Bagwell, he is about to kill the man when Rita tells him not to, saying that he has a chance for a new life.
So he lets Rita and Emily go and unties the man, only to be knocked unconscious, proving that the man was a Company agent. In the final third of the season, T-Bag is forced by The Company to work with Lincoln, Gretchen, and Self to get Scylla back by tracking down the buyer.
The team is later joined by Mahone. When Gretchen is shot in a fire-fight with the buyer's underlings, T-Bag's character shows lingering hints of his softer side as he implores the others to spare Gretchen's life.
Still holding onto his desire for legitimacy, however, T-Bag continues to work with the rest of the team in the next few episodes, but also spies on the rest of them, and in several episodes reports back to The Company's leader, General Krantz, with secret information that he has overheard.
It is revealed in "VS" and "SOB" that T-Bag hopes to be rewarded for his efforts by becoming a fully fledged Company operative with his own office and desk.
As the plot unfolds, he begins to grow back into his old ruthless persona. Attempting to impress the general and give him leverage against Michael, T-Bag tracks down Michael's girlfriend Sara Tancredi and holds her captive in "Cowboys and Indians".
After Michael hands over Scylla to Paul Kellerman , he gives them the option of letting T-Bag be exonerated with the rest of them or not.
In the character's final appearance in the series epilogue of the series finale, set 4 years after the main events of the show, T-Bag is revealed to be back at Fox River.
He is seen overhearing an inmate speaking of the captivity of negativity a term used by GATE. He sees the inmate was reading a book from GATE and he warns the inmate, telling him he does not ever want to see that book again and the inmate replies, referring to T-Bag as sir.
He is last seen whistling to a boy to hold his pocket. T-Bag looks up at the sky, once again the king of prison. He is the only member of the Fox River Eight to be in prison when the series ended.
In the prison T-Bag continues to help the General, even though the General claims poverty when asked to pay for contraband T-Bag gets him. Michael comes up with a plan to parachute into the prison and rescue Sara.
T-Bag did this to settle grudges with the General, including the General's refusal to pay T-Bag for favors in jail.
Lincoln agrees to steal the money and put it in T-Bag's account by When T-Bag finds out that the transfer did not take place by as promised, he angrily reveals the plot to the warden, and tells her that he was instructed to set off the fire alarm.
Special Agent Wheatley responds by demanding the fire alarm and other systems that would cover other noises be turned off. This turned out to be part of Michael's plan knowing T-Bag would talk to the warden.
Due to aiding in Sara's escape, T-Bag is put into solitary confinement. In the Breakout Kings episode " The Bag Man ", T-Bag again breaks out of prison to get revenge on the orderlies who wronged his mother.
He escapes by stabbing a guard to death with his prosthetic hand, which he has sharpened to a point, while being escorted to the hospital for a replacement.
T-Bag is eventually caught and briefly interviewed by Dr.