Prison City Finale: Checkmate

There is a recap, ending with the shot of Tila killing Lince and then bleeding out on the sidewalk, and then Never’s betrayal of Cam as she hits her from behind with a pipe wrench and then kneeling before Killjoy as if offering up her sacrifice and the recap fades to a flashback. “Moore! Goddamnit! Where are those numbers I’ve been asking you for all fucking week?! I have a[...]

Prison City #5: Second to None

The show opens with a lengthy recap. The next scene opens as Cam and Never are standing in front of the Grand Hotel. At the front entrance stands Lince. Dramatic music, different angles, then fade out. The words “Two Weeks Earlier” break the blackness as we see Cam and Never walking away from a fallen Tila. As they disappear around the corner to find some place to shelter in, faces[...]

Prison City #4: High School Reunion

After a recap of the previous episode, we are given a flashback to another one of Cam’s high school moments. This time it’s graduation as Cam is dressed in her cap and gown and sitting next to her is her best friend Tee. She look at each other with a grin and as their row’s turn to stand comes, they rise and move out of the aisle and down towards[...]

Prison City #3 – The End is Nigh

After a recap of the previous episode, we are shown a graphic that says ‘Two Weeks Later”.  Cam and Never are still in that parking structure. Never is asleep, at least for a brief moment when her eyes flicker open. She sits up and notices that Cam is missing as she leaps to her feet and looks around. She would yell, but she knows better than to attract any attention[...]

Prison City #2: Knight Life

Recap. It had been a couple of weeks, maybe longer since my back was burnt by Felon. The smell had not gone away, neither had the pain. Never was kind enough to clean and find some bandages for the wounds, but the real scar would be mental. I would relive that moment over and over.  As one week turns into two weeks and I’m able to move without ripping open[...]

Prison City #1: Entering The City

My name is Cammie Dragul. But for the purposes of this story, you can call me Cam. It’s a nickname my friends from high school called me. Not part of this story, at least that’s what I thought. Behind this wall that stands before me is what the city refers to as Prison City. There’s no electricity. I doubt there’s running water. The bad of the bad is in there. [...]