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- That's it.
- Can I just, you know, look at it for a minute?
- You're an artist, Sid.
- You're telling me you're just gonna walk out of here and I'm never going to
see it again.
- There's a good chance of that, yes.
- Most guys, you know, for the first one, they start with something small.
- "Mom", girlfriend's initials, something like that.
- Not you.
- You get a full set of sleeves, all in a couple of months.
- Takes guys a few years to get the ink you got.
- I don't have a few years.
- Wish to hell I did.
- The vault. Open it.
- We can't. The branch manager's not here.
- Where is he?
- It's lunchtime. He's at White Castle.
- White Castle?
- It's a fast food restaurant.
- They serve those little square burgers.
- I know what it is.
- I'm not playing games. Open it.
- Sir, you have a half a million dollars cash in your bag.
- Don't you think it would be better...?
- This is the police. You are completely surrounded.
- Put down your weapon.
- Put down your weapon now.
- Rarely in the case of armed robbery do we hear a plea of no contest.
- Are you sure about this, Mr. Scofield?
- I'm sure, Your Honor.
- Your Honor, we'd like to recess if we could.
- My client's a bit confused at the moment.
- - I'm not, Your Honor.
- He is, Your Honor.
- Perhaps you should heed your representation's advice,
- take some additional time to consider your response.
- I've already done that, Your Honor.
- I'll retire to my chambers to determine sentencing.
- Court's recessed until 1:30.
- Come on, Let's go.
- Uncle Mike?
- I didn't want you to come.
- Go home, LJ.
- I didn't want you to see this.
- He's not gonna take this well.
- Can you blame him? He's your nephew.
- He's beginning to get that anybody he attaches himself to is gonna end up in
prison...
- and he's not the only one who's starting to feel that way, Michael.
- Will you give us a minute?
- One minute.
- Don't you understand?
- You just put the book in that woman's hand
- and she's gonna lob it at you like a grenade.
- Justice and punishment are the same thing to her.
- I know.
- Then will you please tell me what's going through your head?
- We've been over this.
- I've known you my entire life.
- You don't have a violent bone in your body,
- and I know you didn't need the money.
- Veronica.
- Why won't you let me help you?
- You've been good to me. My whole life, you have...
- but you've gotta let me deal with this. Okay?
- Given your lack of prior criminal conduct,
- I am inclined toward probation.
- However, the fact that you discharged a deadly weapon
- during the commission of the crime suggests malice to me.
- For that reason,
- I find it incumbent that you see the inside of a prison cell, Mr. Scofield.
- It says here that you've requested to be incarcerated
- somewhere near your home here in Chicago.
- I'm willing to honor that.
- The closest level one facility to...
- Level one?
- That's maximum security, Your Honor.
- I would ask counsel to refrain from interrupting me.
- As I was saying,
- the closest level one facility would be Fox River State Penitentiary.
- As for the term of your sentence, I'm setting it at five years.
- You'll be eligible for parole in half that time.
- Sentence to be carried out immediately.
- All right, people, step inside the door and check yourself for bugs.
- When you hear the knock, step out. Keep the line moving.
- We ain't got all day to get this done.
- No more talking in line.
- Move it. You got less than five minutes to take a shower.
- Keep the line moving. Keep it moving. Move it. Right now.
- Let's go. Move, move.
- Next!
- Next down in the banks, dress. Let's go.
- Name and back number.
- Scofield, Michael. 94941.
- Are you a religious man, Scofield?
- Never really thought about it.
- Good, 'cause the Ten Commandments don't mean a box of piss in here.
- We got two commandments and two only.
- The first commandment is you got nothing coming.
- What's the second commandment?
- See commandment number one.
- Gotcha.
- You talking out the side of your neck?
- Come again?
- I said, are you being a smartass?
- Just trying to fly low, avoid the radar, boss.
- Do my time... and get out.
- There isn't any flying under my radar.
- Good to know.
- Hey, can a brother get some air conditioning up here, coach?
- It's hotter than a crack ho's mouth, man.
- To hell with the A.C., man. Give me the crack ho.
- Come on!
- Yo, Fish! What you looking at?
- You look kind of pretty to be up in here, man.
- Fish!
- I suggest you take a seat, Fish.
- Ain't nothing to do up in here but serve time.
- Ain't nobody gonna serve it for you.
- Welcome to Prisneyland, Fish.
- You wanna talk about it?
- No, it's not worth talking about.
- If it's keeping you up, it is.
- Oh, it's just...
- it's nothing, you know.
- Michael's case.
- You did the best you could.
- Yeah, but he didn't.
- He just sort of rolled over. He didn't put up a fight.
- It's not like him.
- I'm sorry. I shouldn't be talking about him.
- Hey, if it's on your mind, it's on your mind, right?
- Good night.
- All wings, guard coming out.
- All wings, guard coming out.
- Trey Street Deuces got the hoops.
- Nortenos got the bleachers.
- Woods got the weight pile.
- The C.O.s got the rest.
- I'm telling you,
- the guards are the dirtiest gang in this whole place.
- The only difference between us and them...
- is the badge.
- Who's the pet lover?
- He'll deny it, but he's D.B. Cooper.
- Parachuted out of a plane 30 years ago with a million and a half in cash.
- Doesn't look like the type.
- Who does?
- Hey! What up, Wholesale? You okay?
- Gonna be greater later.
- Yeah.
- What you doing with this fish, man?
- He's my new cellie.
- Wholesale's got it wired up out of commissary.
- Anything you want, he can get it for you.
- You keep handing out my jacket,
- I swear I'm gonna bust your grape.
- Man, you couldn't bust a grape in Napa with a set of cleats on.
- What are you talking about?
- Man, you want to bump your gums.
- Oh, no, no. Now you're talking, talking, talking...
- I'm looking for someone.
- Guy named Lincoln Burrows.
- Linc the Sink?
- That what they're calling him now?
- Yeah.
- As in, he'll come at you with everything but the kitchen... Snowflake.
- Where can I find him?
- Man killed the vice- president's brother.
- and in a month, he's getting the chair,
- which means no one up this river is more dangerous than him,
- 'cause he's got nothing to lose now.
- What are they gonna do? Kill him twice?
- There a way I can get to him?
- Oh, no. The only time those boys get out is for chapel and P.I.
- - PI? What's that?|- Prison Industry.
- The guys that get along, get to work.
- You know, painting, scrapping, making mattresses, you name it.
- I wouldn't get excited, though, if I were you, Fish.
- You ain't sniffing none of P.I.
- Why's that?
- 'Cause John Abruzzi runs it.
- John Abruzzi John Abruzzi?
- John Abruzzi John Abruzzi.
- Why you wanna see Burrows so bad anyhow?
- Because he's my brother.
- They denied the motion.
- Then do it again.
- I can't. That's it.
- May 11. That's the date, man.
- That's the date they, uh... you know... execute me.
- I know.
- I didn't kill that man, Michael.
- The evidence says you did.
- I don't care what the evidence says. I didn't kill him.
- Swear to me.
- I swear to you, Michael.
- But how did they get it wrong then?
- The courts, the appeals...
- Don't know. Don't know.
- I keep thinking, looking back on it is, uh... I was set up.
- And, whoever it was that set me up
- wants me in the ground as quickly as possible.
- What's another word for "love"?
- What's the context?
- Oh, you know.
- The "I love you so much
- "I ain't never knocking over a liquor store again" context.
- Except, you know, classy.
- Mmm.
- I'm proposing to my girl, if you gotta know.
- In a letter?
- You got a better way?
- Face- to- face works pretty good.
- This place ain't exactly the romantic spot.
- I'm gonna have her go get on the Staten Island Ferry.
- Then, once she can see the Empire State Building,
- She opens the letter.
- It's like almost being there.
- Except for the fact that I won't be there.
- Try "passion."
- Ooh! Ooh! "Passion. Passion" That's dope. Passion.
- How do you spell that? Is it "pash..."?
- No "h"?
- LJ, hold up. Hold up.
- I don't think I can go through with this.
- Everything's going to be fine. Trust me.
- We understand each other, then?
- Yeah.
- Friday. Not Saturday. Not Sunday. Friday.
- Totally understood.
- I don't want hundreds, I don't want fives, I don't want ones.
- I know, I know.
- Tens and 20s only.
- It's on.
- Police!
- Abruzzi, I need you to hire me a P.I.
- Beat it.
- Maybe you ought to hear what I got to say.
- You got nothing I need.
- Wouldn't be too sure of that.
- My mistake.
- Just what I need... a duck.
- A P.I., Abruzzi.
- You might find I can be of more assistance than you think.
- Mull it over.
- Come find me when you're ready to talk.
- All right, guys, pick it up!
- I want to get home tonight!
- Maggio.
- Yeah? So?
- That's the son of a bitch at fingered Abruzzi.
- That's Fibanacci?
- I thought the punk was gone forever.
- Evidently, somebody found him.
- Somebody messing with us?
- This you're not gonna believe.
- What is it?
- Tattoo looks fresh.
- I guess, being a diabetic, you don't mind needles.
- I'm Michael, by the way.
- Scofield. I read your report.
- And you are?
- Dr. Tancredi will do.
- Tancredi like the governor?
- You're not related, are you?
- Wouldn't think you'd find the daughter of Frontier Justice Frank working in a
prison.
- As a doctor, no less.
- I believe in being part of the solution, not the problem.
- Mmm. "Be the change you want to see in the world."
- What?
- Nothing. That was just my senior quote.
- That was you?
- This whole time, I was thinking it was Gandhi.
- You're very funny.
- Sit tight.
- Put direct pressure on that. I'll be back in a sec.
- So, how do we play this?
- You hook me up with a few weeks' supply?
- Nice try.
- No hypos on the floor.
- I'm the farthest thing from a junkie. Trust me.
- I got news for you, Michael.
- "Trust me" means absolutely zero inside those walls.
- The only way you're getting that insulin is if I'm administering it.
- Guess we'll be seeing a lot of each other, then, huh?
- I guess so.
- We're all clear on the Burrows execution.
- Good.
- Except for one thing.
- Bishop McMorrow is not in the fold.
- He's got a lot of influence with the governor.
- They went to prep school together, apparently.
- Look, the closer it gets,
- the more I'm worried that the bottom
- is going to fall out of this whole thing.
- Well, maybe it's time you arranged a visit with the good bishop then.
- Look, in one month,
- it will all be over.
- The Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men
- and be crucified
- and the third day, rise again.
- And they remembered his words, and so should you.
- Good day, gentlemen. May God be with you.
- Michael.
- Why?
- I'm getting you out of here.
- Burrows, roll it up. Happy hour's over.
- It's impossible.
- Not if you design the place it isn't.
- Too formal.
- Too greeting card.
- We gotta make a decision sooner or later, you know.
- We have time;
- We don't, actually.
- I mean, at some point, we gotta pull the trigger on this thing.
- I don't want to rush this.
- We're only going to do it once. We have to get it right.
- Honey, can I ask you something?
- Of course.
- Are you putting this off?
- What do you mean?
- I mean, are you having second thoughts?
- No. Honey, no.
- I'm not.
- I don't know.
- I just can't help thinking this is about...
- It's not.
- I love you...
- and I want to be your wife.
- Passion? What were you thinking?
- Hey, you went for it.
- She probably thinks I went sissy up in here.
- "Passion." Got more than one syllable, too much talkin'.
- That's me from now on.
- One- syllable Sucre.
- Yes. No. Love. Hate. Love.
- - Give it time.
- Are you kidding?
- I proposed to her.
- That doesn't take time. Si or no. One syllable, man.
- She's supposed to come around for a conjugal on Tuesday.
- She's always calling me beforehand, letting me know she's coming.
- This time, man, I ain't heard a peep.
- You spooked her.
- Scofield... get it together. Pope wants to see you.
- No good, Fish.
- No one gets an audience with the Pope.
- Not unless he's real interested in what you got going on.
- Top of your class at Loyola.
- Magna cum laude, in fact.
- I can't help wondering what someone with your credentials
- is doing in a place like this.
- Took a wrong turn a few months back, I guess.
- You make it sound like a traffic infraction.
- Like all you did was turn the wrong way up a one- way street.
- Everyone turns up one sooner or later.
- The reason I called you here...
- I noticed in your I- file, under occupation,
- you put down 'unemployed.'
- That's not true, now, is it?
- I know you're a structural engineer, Scofield.
- Shah Jahan built the Taj Majal as a
- monument to his undying love for his wife.
- My wife is quite fond of the story.
- It appeals to the romantic in her.
- Being married to someone in Corrections...
- terrible job.
- Wouldn't wish it on anyone.
- And yet, in 39 years my wife has never complained.
- And the worst part about it is, I've never thanked her.
- So, because I couldn't say it,
- I thought, you know, I could build it.
- Come June, it's our 40th anniversary.
- But here, look...
- you see, the problem is...
- I build anymore,
- it's all gonna come down like a house of cards.
- That's where I was hoping you could be of assistance.
- For the favor, I can offer you three days of work a week in here.
- And it'll keep you off the yard.
- I can't do it.
- Son, it's better for me to owe you one in here than it is for you to owe me
one,
- I can promise you that.
- I'll take my chances.
- Then we're through here.
- Guard!
- Two pounds of pot?
- What were you trying to do, set a record?
- It's not funny, LJ. You could be going to jail.
- It's pretty obvious to me you need some guidance.
- Hey.
- Thanks.
- From who, old Daddy Warbucks?
- Give him a chance. He's a good man.
- We got nothing in common.
- Where is this coming from, LJ?
- Last semester you were getting almost all A's and now...
- It's your father, isn't it?
- I don't have a father.
- It wasn't an immaculate conception, honey. Trust me.
- Maybe it's time we went and saw him.
- Mom...
- Ma...
- Don't.
- I'm about as excited by the prospect as you are,
- but something's gotta give.
- You have got too much potential to be screwing up your life like this.
- What if they'd sent you to Taylorville or Marion and not here?
- I think I'd be doing the same thing I'm doing here.
- Eating Jell- O, drinking Kool- Aid...
- I know what you're doing.
- It's not luck of the draw that you're in here with Lincoln.
- You forget I know you. Both of you.
- You two have the most dysfunctional idea of love I've ever seen.
- What, he beats you up to keep you off the streets,
- so you get yourself tossed into Fox River with him?
- To what?
- Save him?
- I deserve to know. I loved him as much as you did.
- Past tense for you, maybe. Not me.
- I gave him a shot when I got back from college. I did.
- Even with all the stuff that was going on with him,
- I did everything I could to make it work. And he threw it away.
- You ever think maybe he was hurt that you left in the first place?
- Don't do this.
- Whatever it is you're doing, don't do it.
- There's a better way. I'm already appealing your case.
- I told you to leave alone...
- I've gotten in touch with the diocese about Lincoln. The bishop...
- That won't stop it. It'll only delay it.
- You want to do something?
- You find out who's trying to bury him.
- Nobody's trying to bury him.
- The evidence was there.
- The evidence was cooked.
- Visiting hours are now over.
- Take care of yourself.
- Someone wants him dead, Veronica.
- Something more is going on here.
- This is desperation, Michael. You're grabbing at straws. You're in denial.
- Maybe. But I can't watch him die. I won't do that.
- Gentlemen...
- What is it about the Burrows situation that I can help you with?
- It's our understanding that you have great influence with the governor.
- I wouldn't say it's great or influence.
- We're friends.
- It's also our understanding that you oppose the death penalty.
- I'm a man of God. How could I not?
- In this case, we're hoping you'll suspend that position.
- At least temporarily.
- If the inmate appeals to me for intervention,
- how can I turn my back on him?
- You have a habit of answering a question with a question.
- And you have a way of asking questions that beg more questions.
- Are you saying you won't do it?
- I'm not a man to equivocate.
- You're what...
- 62 years old now, Your Excellency.
- That's right.
- I would assume, then,
- that you'd be well- versed in how our government's tax system works.
- Taking personal capital gains under the church's tax shelter...
- well, that would be fraud, wouldn't it, Your Excellency?
- I will not be cowed into forsaking my beliefs.
- Not by you or anyone else.
- Admirable.
- Good day, Excellency.
- Mr. Kellerman...
- What is it about this case that the Secret Service is so interested in?
- The man killed the vice- president's brother.
- - What'd he say?
- You heard me.
- Someone found Fibanacci.
- I'm looking at the photos right now.
- Son of a bitch has a beard, sunglasses...
- Witness Protection, if I ever saw.
- Who was this someone?
- There's no return address on the envelope.
- Just... this folded- up bird made of paper.
- Like origami?
- Yeah, like that.
- Like origami.
- You're Charles Westmoreland, right?
- Do I know you?
- I knew your wife before she passed.
- - You knew Marla?
- You mean Anne?
- How'd you know her?
- We talked together in Boston.
- - You mean West Wilmington?
- No more tests.
- I promise.
- Seems you know everything about me.
- - Who are you?
- Michael Scofield.
- How'd you get it in here?
- First off, she's not an it.
- She's Marilyn and she's grandfathered
- back from the days when prisoners were allowed a creature comfort or two.
- I heard you were D.B. Cooper.
- Every new fish comes in here,
- first thing they hear,
- is that Charles Westmoreland is D.B. Cooper.
- I'll tell you like I tell them...
- You want the Cooper story?
- I can't give it to you, 'cause I'm not him.
- It's too bad.
- Sort of wish it was true. The man's a legend.
- Nowhere near as much as I wish it was true, friend.
- I'd have a million- five waiting for me on the outside.
- I'd put some grass under 'em if I were you.
- This thing would go a whole lot easier if you'd just hire me.
- What is this all about?
- Say you were able to get outside those walls?
- Would you have the people in place to make sure you disappeared forever?
- - Just curious.
- Where's Fibanacci?
- That's not the way it works.
- They come at me, John...
- I'm coming after you.
- I doubt it.
- Fight, fight, fight...
- I totally misjudged you, Scofield.
- I didn't think you were agitating type.
- Behavior like that will not be tolerated in my prison.
- 90 days in the SHU!
- That ought to be enough time to convince you of that fact.
- 90 days.
- That's right.
- Something you want to say?
- It's just...
- I'm not of much value to you in the SHU.
- Value?
- Hm- mm... the Taj.
- It'd be a shame for the 8th wonder of the modern world to collapse
- because the stress is improperly propagated.
- Improperly propagated?
- Improperly propagated.
- The joints are overloaded.
- They won't provide anywhere near
- the sheer strength the completed structure will need.
- How much work are we talking?
- You want it by when, in June?
- Yes.
- Then we'd better get started, wouldn't you say?
- Who's there?
- Bishop McMorrow was killed last night.
- Someone shot him while he was sleeping.
- I thought you'd want to know.
- Thanks.
- Michael was right.
- Sink, you got a visitor.
- He was arrested.
- For what?
- Possession of marijuana.
- I figured he could use some fatherly advice before it's...
- Gone forever.
- I didn't mean that.
- I know you didn't. Thanks, Lisa.
- Sit down.
- Dope, huh?
- Using or dealing?
- What's the difference?
- Then what, you, uh,
- think it gives you some kind of street cred?
- You got a piece of the good life. Take advantage.
- Look, I get it.
- The whole thing.
- She drags me in here,
- you give me a big speech, I walk away a changed man.
- Straight "A's."
- Harvard. Grow up and be a dentist.
- It's better than being here.
- You got to realize who's getting punished
- when you're doing the things you're doing.
- You think it's me; it's you.
- I did the same thing- -
- punished the old man 'cause he was gone.
- Look where it got me.
- I'm not asking you to love me.
- I already screwed up that chance long ago.
- I'm asking you to love yourself.
- You can still put the brakes on this thing.
- So, that's what fatherly advice is like.
- Where are you going?
- I got homework.
- They're putting me to death, LJ.
- In a month's time, I'll be dead. You get that?
- You're already dead to me.
- Yes.
- What? You mean yes yes?
- Yes! Yes!
- Yeah!
- Oh, there's just one thing.
- Of course.
- My mom say we gotta wait till you get out.
- Of course, mi amor.
- She wants it to be in in a church.
- Okay. Esta bien.
- A Catholic church.
- Wouldn't want to mess with the Catholic roots, would we?
- You went to Loyola.
- You've been checking up on me.
- I like to get to know my patients.
- I went to Northwestern. Graduated two years after you did.
- Maybe we met before- - you know, drunk, out at a bar somewhere.
- I would have remembered.
- - That a compliment?
- No.
- What?
- Your blood glucose is at 50 milligrams per deciliter.
- So?
- That's hypoglycemic.
- Your body's reacting to the insulin like you're not a diabetic.
- You're sure it's Type One diabetes you've got?
- Ever since I was a kid.
- All right.
- You're not experiencing any tingling sensation, cold sweats or...
- Infirmary.
- Yes.
- Yeah. I did.
- No, I did and I do; I need them.
- Okay. Um, great, well, I'll call him after lunch, then.
- Thanks; I'm with a patient. Okay.
- I'd like to run some tests next time you're in.
- Last thing I want is to be administering insulin to a man who doesn't need it.
- Yeah; sure.
- Okay.
- How'd you get here, by the way?
- Oh, you know.
- I don't; that's why I asked.
- - You know. Hector.
- What?!
- I didn't have any money for the bus, so he offered me a ride.
- He was really sweet.
- Honey, he's just a friend.
- No, he's not "just a friend."
- I know Hector; I know men.
- Men and women can't be friends.
- A guy doesn't drive a girl 500 miles across state lines
- because he wants to be friends.
- Casanova, wrap it up.
- Hey, you got nothing to worry about, okay? It's you I'm marrying.
- It's not you I'm worried about.
- 16 more months.
- I love you.
- Be easy, son, all right?
- Sucre tells me you're the local pharmacy.
- What you need, man?
- Fugnac.
- I only speak English, white boy.
- It's an insulin blocker.
- Standard over- the- counter variety. You can get it at any pharmacy.
- You can get that at medical then.
- I can't get it at medical.
- Why not?
- Because they're already giving me insulin shots.
- You're one mixed- up cracker, you know that?
- Can you get it for me, or not?
- Only if you tell me why it is that you want to keep going back up to medical
- to get a insulin shot for which you don't need.
- I like the ambiance.
- Uh- huh.
- We in business?
- Scofield. I don't know what you did,
- but Abruzzi wanted me to give you this P.I. card.
- Congratulations.
- You just joined the ranks of the employed.
- Kudos, Fish.
- You got spine.
- All right, cons, break it down!
- Move it, guys.
- Saw Veronica came by yesterday.
- Still engaged to that guy?
- Yup.
- Could have been me.
- If you hadn't self- destructed.
- You think I meant to knock up Lisa Rex?
- I was just being stupid. Hurt.
- Shouldn't have pushed her away, though.
- You pushed everyone away.
- I'm an anchor.
- All I'll do is drag him down with me.
- Why did you hire him?
- Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.
- You mean what you said earlier?
- I'm not here on vacation; trust me.
- Getting outside these walls, that's just the beginning.
- You're going to need money.
- I'll have it.
- And people on the outside- -
- people that can help you disappear.
- I've already got them.
- They just don't know it yet.
- Look, whatever you got going on, fill me in,
- 'cause I'm in the dark here.
- Chaparral Associates got the contract to retrofit this place in '99.
- $4 million contract. Head partner couldn't crack it.
- So, he subcontracted out- -
- an under- the- table sort of deal with a former associate.
- That guy was one of the partners in my firm.
- We basically ghost- wrote the whole plan- -
- crossed the "t's," dotted the "i's," grouted the tiles.
- You've seen the blueprints.
- Better than that.
- I've got them on me.
- Are you kidding me?
- Am I supposed to be seeing something here?
- Look closer.
 
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