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越狱第一季第二集剧本台词  

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 2
- Previously on Prison Break.
- I find it incumbent that you see the inside of a prison cell, Mr. Scofield.
- Why do you want to see Burrows so bad, anyhow?
- Because he's my brother.
- So you get yourself tossed into Fox River with him?
- To what... save him?
- ...and whoever it was that set me up,
- wants me in the ground as quickly was possible.
- Look, the closer it gets,
- the more I'm worried that the bottom is gonna fall out of this whole thing.
- That's the son of a bitch that fingered Abruzzi.
- Someone found Fibanacci.
- Who was this someone?
- Why'd you hire him?
- Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.
- Hey, come at me, John.
- I'm coming after you.
- I doubt it.
- I'm getting you out of here.
- It's impossible.
- Not if you designed the place, it isn't.
- You've seen the blueprints.
- Better than that.
- I've got them on me.
- You're anticipating every one of my moves, three moves in advance.
- You're a hell of a strategist, Fish.
- You ever think about Boston?
- Sure.
- Think you'll ever see it again?
- I'm a 60-year-old man with 60 years left on my ticket.
- What do you think?
- I'm thinking about going.
- Well, there's goin' and there's goin'.
- Which one you mean?
- The one you think I mean.
- Three days inside, and he's already thinking about turning rabbit.
- It'll pass.
- It always does.
- There's bigger things to worry about at the moment.
- I've been in here long enough to know it when I see it.
- The calm before the storm.
- Whites and blacks are going at each other real soon here.
- Everybody chooses sides, and a lot of guys bleed.
- There a reason?
- Same reason you don't put cats and dogs in the same cage.
- They don't get along.
- Hmm.
- What?
- Toilet won't flush.
- So?
- Means only one thing--
- The DIRT shuts off the water, so you can't flush your contraband.
- We got nothing to worry about.
- Says you!
- Under the table...
- What the hell is this?
- Insurance, white boy. Now dump it!
- Open it.
- So...
- tooling up for the race riot, are we?
- Hand it over.
- Rugheads and the billies.
- Now, which side are you on anyhow, Fish?
- That would be neither, boss.
- Maybe you're gonna go extracurricular with it then.
- Stick a C.O., maybe.
- Is there a problem here, Deputy?
- Got a shank in here.
- Is this yours?
- You're not a good liar.
- Come on, Sucre, you're going to the SHU.
- Move along, Deputy.
- I'm not done shaking this cell down yet.
- I said move along.
- In the old man's back pocket, are you?
- Well, I got news for you, Fish.
- He may run this place during the day,
- but I run it during the night.
- Transcript: RaceMan
- www.forom.com
- The hell were you thinking, Michael?
- How are we doing it?
- The infirmary.
- Infirmary?
- It's the weakest link in the security chain.
- As long as I get that PUGNAc,
- I'll get all the access I need.
- What the hell's a PUGNAc?
- It lowers my insulin levels to the point that I'm hyperglycemic.
- As long as the good doctor thinks I'm diabetic,
- I'll have plenty of time in there to do what I need to do.
- Which is?
- A little work.
- A little prep for your arrival.
- That's the idea, anyway.
- The idea?
- There's a little hitch in getting the PUGNAc, that's all.
- They don't exactly stock it at the commissary.
- You're telling me this whole thing's riding on a bunch of pills.
- Someone's working on it as we speak.
- Now's not the time to be trusting a black inmate, Michael.
- Our relationship transcends race.
- Nothing transcends race in here.
- I can't let you do it.
- Good behavior, you're out of here in three years.
- Gonna be a whole lot sooner than that.
- Can't be done...
- Can't be done, Michael.
- No one's ever broken out of Fox River.
- Every single step's already been mapped out.
- Every contingency.
- Every contingency?
- You may have the blueprints of this place,
- but there's one thing those plans can't show you-- people,
- guys like Abruzzi--
- you so much as look at these cats the wrong way, they'll cut you up.
- As far as the rest of these guys are concerned
- I'm just another con doing his time.
- Staying out of trouble.
- Your don't go looking for trouble in here, it just finds you.
- And when it does, we'll be long gone.
- This is madness.
- You can't even get out of your cell.
- Not true.
- What, you got a key?
- Something like that.
- Wrong piece of real estate, Fish.
- Belongs to T-Bag.
- Who?
- You best speak with respect, Fish.
- Man kidnapped half a dozen boys and girls down in 'Bama,
- raped 'em and killed 'em.
- Wasn't always in that order, either.
- Does T-Bag have a real name?
- That is my real name.
- No, no, no. Please... sit.
- So you're the new one I been hearin' all the rave reviews about.
- Scofield.
- One thing's for sure, you're just as pretty as advertised.
- Prettier, even.
- Rugheads got you scared, do they?
- Sorry?
- Assume that's why you're over here.
- Few days on the inside,
- any God-fearing white man realizes the correctional system's
- got a serious lean toward the African-American persuasion.
- I hadn't noticed.
- They got the numbers all right, so they think they do as they please.
- We got one thing they don't--
- surprise.
- We gonna take the ball game to them real soon.
- It's gonna be nasty for a first-timer like you,
- but we'll protect you. I'll protect you.
- All you got to do is...
- take this pocket right here,
- and your life'll be all peaches and cream.
- I walk, you walk with me.
- Keep you real close, so no one up in here can hurt you.
- Looks to me you already got a girlfriend.
- I got a whole 'nother pocket over here.
- I'll pass.
- I don't protect you,
- them rugheads gonna gobble you up like a plate of black-eyed peas.
- I said no.
- Then you best move, then.
- Now.
- You come around these bleachers again,
- it's gonna be more than just words we're exchanging.
- Know what I'm saying?
- Excuse me.
- Are you the Tim Giles that represented Lincoln Burrows?
- Okay, if you're a reporter...
- I'm not a reporter. I know the defendant personally.
- Huh. You family?
- Not exactly.
- We were in a relationship a few years back.
- Well, look, ma'am, I, uh...
- I-I don't know what to tell you. I mean, the man was guilty.
- The prosecution's case was a slam dunk.
- Because the victim was the Vice President's brother.
- If you're suggesting that the federal government rammed this thing through,
- okay, I take offense to that, 'cause I fought for that guy.
- That's not what I meant.
- The evidence was there.
- Lincoln worked for Steadman's company.
- He gets into a public altercation with the guy, so, he gets fired.
- Two weeks later, Steadman's shot dead.
- The murder weapon is found in Lincoln's house,
- and the victim's blood found on his clothes.
- Trust me, there are cases you lose sleep over, but
- this isn't one of 'em.
- What about Crab Simmons?
- Lincoln said he could exonerate him.
- Why didn't you put him on the stand?
- The man's a five-time felon, all right?
- He-He... He had no credibility.
- So, you wouldn't mind if I paid him a visit.
- Be my guest, but I don't think it'd do you any good.
- Strange feeling. I don't know how to explain it.
- Now, um...
- usually, my whole life, it's always been crazy,
- noisy,
- maddening, you know, in my head, but...
- right now, it's quiet.
- It's perfect.
- Glad you came back.
- I thought about you the whole time.
- You know, I, uh, made a lot of mistakes in my life.
- I know that.
- I'm gonna make it right.
- I know you will.
- What are you doing?
- I want to remember this.
- No.
- Oh, come on. Oh, come on, V, please, just one.
- Okay.
- Easy, man.
- How we doin' on the PUGNAc?
- Hey, I'm workin' on it.
- Well, work faster. I need that stuff tonight.
- What's up there in that infirmary that you need so bad?
- You get me that PUGNAc, and maybe I'll tell you.
- Uh-uh... uh!
- Thought we had an understanding.
- This here's for the family.
- You made it pretty clear you ain't blood.
- How 'bout you hand that over?
- Nice-looking piece of steel; bit of work.
- You could do some serious damage with it.
- Question is, who was it you was plannin' on damaging?
- I seen you with the Negroes, you know.
- Well, maybe you're one of them milk chickens.
- All confused-like.
- White on the outside, black as tar on the inside.
- Maybe we ought to take a look at them insides and find out, hmm?
- Girl Scouts!
- Is there a problem over there?
- Think we'll just hang onto this, if that's okay with you.
- Hey, I'm not gonna ask you again. Let's break up the party, ladies.
- You heard the man, little dogie.
- Get along.
- What's it take to shake down another inmate,
- get something he's taken from you?
- It would take Fibonacci.
- I'll give you Fibonacci--
- I promise you that--
- when the time is right.
- Time is right now.
- No, the time is right when you and I are both standing outside those walls.
- You're sitting on life without parole.
- You're never gonna stand outside those walls again.
- Not unless you knew someone.
- Someone who knew a way out.
- What do you say, John?
- I say I've heard nothing but blabber.
- Philly Falzone.
- It's an honor.
- What are you doing here?
- Well, I, um...
- I just thought we'd, you know, fraternize.
- He looks like it, doesn't he?
- Looks what?
- Like everybody's been saying.
- You got no sack.
- You've been neutered.
- You shouldn't talk to me like that.
- You used to pick up my laundry.
- Not anymore, John.
- John, word is that someone in here knows where Fibonacci is,
- and you're not doing anything about it.
- I'm working on it.
- Well, you're not working on it fast enough.
- Apparently, Fibonacci's coming up for air again.
- Next month, a Congressional hearing.
- Now, if he testifies at that hearing,
- a lot of people are going down,
- including me.
- Now, I've known you a long time.
- Our wives are friends,
- our kids go to the same Catholic school.
- Now, it would be a shame
- if anything were to happen to your kids.
- I know my kids would miss them.
- You don't need to do this.
- I do.
- I'll get this guy.
- We'll get Fibonacci.
- Well, for everyone's sake, I hope you're right.
- I am.
- Be well, John.
- Thank you.
- Yo, Badge, I gotta use the phone!
- Sure, no problem. You want a pizza and a pedicure, too?
- No. It's-It's Monday, man.
- I got to call my girl. She's expecting my call...
- Put a sock in it. You got nothin' comin'.
- No, no, no...
- Hey, pull up the manifest.
- There an Allen Schweitzer in GenPop?
- Nope.
- You about the SHU?
- Nope.
- Why are you asking?
- Curious, that's all.
- You hear the trumpets, Fish?
- I know you hear 'em.
- That's Judgment Day.
- It's comin'... real soon.
- What are you doing in my cell?
- I want in.
- I'm not quite sure I heard that, Fish.
- Did you just say you're in?
- That's right.
- You know the old saying, don't you?
- In for an inch, in for a mile.
- Whatever it takes.
- You want me to fight, I'll fight.
- The bolt from the bleachers-- that's what it was for.
- Well, you want to fight, you gonna get your chance.
- Next count.
- - Tonight?
- Problem with that?
- 'Cause we goin' straight at 'em.
- Better catch a square, Fish.
- We undermanned in a big way.
- All I need's a weapon.
- You want a weapon, bitch?
- There you go.
- All prisoners return to cells.
- You gonna have to prove yourself 'fore we trust you with the heavy artillery.
- Know what I'm sayin'?
- Gates closing!
- I wanted to apologize for being so short with you before.
- No problem.
- Closer it gets to an execution,
- the harder it becomes, so that's why I wanted to give you this.
- It's the, uh, surveillance tape of the garage that night.
- It was a closed trial, so no one outside of the courtroom saw it.
- I thought it could help you out.
- - Closure.
- Allen Schweitzer.
- That name mean anything to you?
- Should it?
- I don't know. You tell me.
- Never heard of the guy.
- Are you sure?
- Positive.
- Uh, what's up, Snowflake?
- Do you think I'm a fool?
- What are you talking about?
- I see you up there with the Hitler Youth.
- You know, I got a good mind to slash you open right now.
- It's not what you think.
- They've got something I need.
- Now, see, that's funny.
- Because I got something you need, too.
- You want your PUGNAc, Fish, huh?
- Right here, baby. It's all you.
- Listen, white boy, your luck just ran out.
- You chose the wrong side.
- Man... it's great to see your face.
- I think it's time you quit the charade, don't you?
- What?
- It's starting to ruin people's lives.
- Michael's in here because he thinks you're innocent.
- He told you.
- He hasn't told me anything, but I know, Lincoln.
- I know what he's planning.
- Call him off.
- If you love him, call him off.
- I saw the tape.
- What's on the tape's not how it went down.
- I know what I saw.
- I know what I saw.
- I was there, remember?
- I got high that night.
- I had to.
- It was the only way I could go through with it.
- I never pulled the trigger.
- The guy was already dead.
- Yeah, I know. You've told me a thousand...
- Then listen! I was set up!
- I went there that night to clear a debt.
- Crab Simmons was on my ass for the 90 grand I owed him.
- He told me the mark was some scumbag drug dealer
- and if I took it, we'd be clean.
- I never pulled the trigger.
- All I know is that somebody wanted me in the same garage as Terrence Steadman
that night.
- Why would somebody want to set you up?
- It wasn't about me. It was about him.
- Steadman?
- Yes!
- The guy was like a saint.
- All the charity work,
- the environmental progress his company was making...
- About the only person in this entire country who had motive to kill him was
you.
- You came all the way down here to tell me how guilty I am?
- I don't know why I came here.
- You have your life now--
- I know that--
- but if what we had before meant anything to you,
- you'd find out the truth.
- Maybe all this is the truth.
- Maybe they got it right.
- Badge!
- Open up, Badge!
- You talking again?
- It's my girl's birthday.
- Happy birthday to her, then.
- You gotta let me call her! Please!
- I'll give you a million dollars, if you let me use the phone.
- I seen your kicks, Sucre.
- You got something like 40 cents to your name.
- Please!
- God, no!
- All right. Maricruz. What are you doing? Come on.
- Yeah, it's okay, Hector. You go ahead.
- What are you talking about?
- I think I'm just going to take a cab.
- What do you mean, like, go home? I mean, you just got here.
- He didn't call you, did he?
- Look... I love Fernando to death, but the guy's a deadbeat.
- You got to move on with your life.
- Mr. Giles,
- we'd like to have a word with you, if we could.
- I really don't have time.
- I'm afraid we're going to have to insist.
- It's come to our attention that you made a FOIL request
- a couple of days ago, on the Burrows case.
- Yeah. So?
- Records show that you made a dupe of the surveillance tape.
- That's right.
- Mind us asking why?
- It's for one of Burrows' old girlfriends, man.
- She was under the impression that the guy was innocent.
- I figured it'd, you know, help her with closure.
- She's in possession of the tape now, then?
- Don't pull that card on me.
- It's the Freedom of Information Act.
- She's entitled to that tape as much as you or I are.
- Oh, no, no, no, no, no, by all means, by all means.
- - May I go now?
- Just one more thing.
- This old girlfriend of his...
- what's her name?
- Excuse me.
- Is this the Simmons residence?
- I'm Ms. Simmons.
- I'm sorry, um...
- I'm Veronica Donovan.
- I'm looking for Crab Simmons. Are you related?
- He's my son.
- Is he around?
- No.
- Could you tell me where I could find him?
- Lady, go away. I can't help you. Can't you understand that?
- I'm sorry. It's just...
- a man's life is at stake, and maybe your son can help him.
- Crab can't help nobody, lady.
- He's dead.
- I'm sorry.
- Heads up! 7-up, cons, stand your gate!
- 'Bout to jump off, Fish.
- Ballard, get back on your number.
- I need backup.
- I said back on your number!
- Help me...
- Scofield!
- You're a dead man, Scofield!
- You hear me?!
- You're a dead man!
- I really don't know what to say to you gentlemen.
- I try to give you the benefit of the doubt,
- I try to treat you with respect.
- You can't even respect yourselves.
- So, there's going to be a 48-hour lockdown.
- No mess. No showers.
- No visitation.
- And I strongly suggest that you all learn to get along.
- Otherwise, the next time, it's going to be a week,
- and the time after that, it's going to be a month.
- Think about it.
- Got a Leticia Barres on the line.
- I don't know who that is. Take a message.
- She says she used to date Crab Simmons.
- Leticia, thank you for calling.
- You want to hear what I have to say,
- we meet in a public place, where they can't get to us.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa. Where who can't get to us?
- You want to hear what I have to say or not?
- 'Cause if you don't, I'm going to hang up right now.
- No, no, no-- you just name the time and the place.
- Over here.
- Leticia, thanks for coming..
- Go easy, lady.
- We don't know each other, you got that?
- We'll stay out here in the open where they can't get to us.
- Where they can't do what they do.
- Only reason why I'm talking to you
- 'cause they gonna kill your boy like they killed mine.
- Coroner's report says smack killed your boyfriend, Leticia.
- - It was an overdose.
- Wasn't no overdose.
- What do you mean?
- Crab didn't use. He had a bad heart.
- If he touched the stuff, it'd kill him.
- I mean, don't you think it's just the slightest bit of a coincidence
- he OD'd a week after your boyfriend's crime?
- They killed him 'cause he knew things.
- Things they didn't want to get out.
- Like what?
- Like who was really behind that hit that night.
- Wasn't Crab, that's for damn sure.
- And it sure as hell wasn't Lincoln.
- Neither of them boys knew what they were getting into.
- They were just pawns in a big game.
- What?
- - They're here.
- Who's here, Leticia?
- Don't try to follow me.
- Don't find me. I won't testify.
- Just slow down and talk to me.
- I'd get as far away from here as you can, girl.
- 'Cause there ain't nobody they can't get to.
- Leticia!
- Hello?
- We have a small complication.
- There's a lawyer poking around.
- Veronica Donovan.
- Yes.
- You can handle a girl who graduated
- in the middle of her Baylor law school class.
- At least I'd like to think so,
- given the stakes of what we're dealing with here.
- Anyone that's a threat to what we're doing is expendable.
- Anyone.
- Understood.
- Then do what you need to do to make this go away.
- You there, Pretty?
- I know you're there.
- Just want you to know I'm coming for you.
- You got nowhere to run.
- You're trapped in that little hole of yours.
- Trapped like a pig I'm going to slaughter.
- Who's my 1:00?
- Uh, Michael Scofield.
- I was wrong about you, Scofield. Here's your PUGNAc.
- Little bit late.
- Better late than never, right?
- Scofield! Infirmary!
- We'll see about that.
- - Mm-hmm.
- I'm gonna find out, you know...
- what it is you're doing up there.
- How long does this take?
- It used to take hours.
- They've come a long way with the new glucose kits.
- This'll take us about ten seconds.
- Slide the strip into the meter, we're ready to go.
- I'm sure you know this,
- but average glucose for the non-diabetic is about 100 milligrams per
deciliter,
- so we see a number like that here, and we know you've been misdiagnosed.
- You seem nervous.
- I do?
- You're sweating.
- Must be the needles.
- Never really got used to them.
- Somehow, with diabetes and that tattoo, I find that hard to believe.
- Ah...
- Bad news, I'm afraid.
- 180 milligrams per deciliter. You're definitely diabetic.
- Do you need anything else from me?
- Arm to stick a needle in.
- Okay.
- I'll see you Wednesday.
- - Cute.
- Prisoner.
- I don't know. There's something strange about him.
- What do you mean?
- I gave him the results of his blood test,
- and there was this look on his face.
- It was, um...
- relief.
- It's all right.
- I got it.
- I'm headed over to A-Wing anyhow.
- You're positively beaming, boss.
- Got up on the right side of the bed this morning, I guess.
- Hold up.
- Sugar.
- Don't you move, Fishy.
- Hey, what are you doing?
- You're coming with us, Fish.
- This little polka you and I have been doing for a while--
- as of this moment...
- ...it's over.
- Fibonacci.
- I want to know how you got to him...
- and where he is, right now.
- Not going to happen, John.
- Now, I'm going to count to three.
- One...
- I give you that information, I'm a dead man.
- You know it and I know it.
- Two...
- I'll tell you the moment we're outside those walls,
- not a second before.
- You tell me now.
- Not gonna happen, John.
- Hey...
- I'm going to give you one last chance.
- Three.
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