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To ensure his safety, Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell (Robert Knepper) handcuffed himself to Michael Scofield during the daring escape from Fox River Penitentiary in the first season of Prison Break. Like so many of T-Bag’s idea, however, the plan backfired when a fellow escapee took an axe to T-Bag’s wrist, setting in motion a complication that would plague T-Bag for years to come – until he is fitted with a robotic hand courtesy of the mysterious “Outis” in this year’s Prison Break revival. Now VIP Fan Auctions has gained control of T-Bag’s new and improved hand and is offering the robotic prosthesis to the fan who places the winning bid. It’s also a piece of television effects magic that can be worn over a perfectly functional hand. Click here for photos and more information, and claim a piece of the most notorious member of the Fox River 8 today!

 

BACK FROM THE DEAD

When Prison Break ended its fourth season, it appeared Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) had died, but in a world where conspiracies rule, not everything I as it seems. When Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell (Robert Knepper is released from prison in the season premiere of the Prison Break revival, he receives a photo of Scofield in a new prison. When he shows the photo to Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell, above), it doesn’t take long to determine that Michael is not only alive – he’s back behind bars, this time in Yemen as an accused terrorist. The photo (and the envelope in which it was delivered to T-Bag) that reignites Prison Break is now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t miss a chance to claim a key piece of television history – click here for images and more information, and get in on the bidding today. Don’t delay – the auction is ending soon!

 

BREAKOUT STAR

Prison Break’s Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell (played by Robert Knepper) is one of the most compelling villains ever created for television. A viciously abused child who grew up to be a vicious – yet charming – adult with his own code of ethics, T-Bag relies on his wits to make prison life work for him. During the initial breakout from Fox River Penitentiary, he loses his hand to an axe’s blade, and his screen-used stunt prosthetic hand – complete with hash-marks counting his time – from the fifth-season premiere (see above) is now available to the Prison Break fan who casts the winning bid. The special-effects hand is worn like a glove over an actual hand, further adding to its authentic look, but it also stands alone as a grisly prop from a show – and character – that became a phenomenon. Click here for photos and more information, and get in on the bidding today!

 

Prison Break Returns for Fifth Season

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Prison Break will be returning for a fifth season early next year, however an official release has not yet been declared. Fans of the show have demonstrated lots of excitement, hitting Twitter and Facebook hard after the news broke. The series was wildly popular during the first four seasons, and the comeback is sure to be equally as compelling.

Season 5 will not be continuing where season 4 left off. Meaning that Michael Scofield might not actually be dead like many of us thought. In fact, the fifth season will cover exactly how he might have survived. His escape from a prison in Yemen is reported to be the focus of the new season. A huge question will be the love story between Michael and Sara. iTech post reports, “In the coming season five of “Prison Break,” amidst all the drama and action that he will encounter in trying to escape, Michael will also do anything to have Sara back in his life.”

The anticipated air date is still a few months away, but that’s not stopping fans from getting excited! Stay tuned for more Prison Break Updates from VIP.

 

KING OF CREEPS

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Fans of Prison Break will always remember Robert Knepper  as the charming-yet-sadistic Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell. And when the actor popped up on the fourth season of Heroes as devious super-powered ringmaster Samuel Sullivan (who could manipulate dirt, rocks and other geological matter), Knepper expanded his legion of fans. In Heroes, he retained his devilish magnetism, manipulating those around him to make himself stronger in yet another fantastic performance. “People ask if he’s a good guy or a bad guy, and it’s more complicated than that,” Knepper told TV Guide back in 2009. “You can’t just put him in a little niche there. I love the mystery of it. I didn’t even know when we started exactly why he was doing what he did. But he’s definitely walking more in the shadowy side of life.” Right now – and time is ticking fast – the shirt and pants Knepper wore in the Heroes’  fourth season episode “Thanksgiving” is up for bid at VIP Fan Auctions (along with a ton of other screen-worn Heroes gear). Check it out today (the auction ends Tuesday) and stake your claim to one of television’s top talents.