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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 3
- Oh, my God. Williamson, get in here.
- What the hell happened here?
- An accident.
- Here... gotta get him to the infirmary. Come on.
- Get out.
- I thought you said you were gonna have a conversation with him.
- Yeah, I did.
- Things, uh, escalated.
- Bring him on into Three. Cathy, I'm gonna need 10cc's of Xylocaine.
- Thanks, guys. I'll take it from here.
- I said thank you, I'll take it from here.
- Let's go.
- Okay... let's take a look at you.
- You're okay... You're okay...
- What happened?
- Uh, nothing.
- This isn't nothing, Michael. I need you to tell me what happened.
- Don't make me lie to you.
- Please.
- I think you better have I.A. start an investigation.
- Oh, there's no need. We know what happened.
- Uh, perhaps you'd be good enough to enlighten me?
- There was a pair of gardening shears left on the floor of the shed.
- Evidently, he stepped on them.
- Blade went right through his boot, huh?
- Yep.
- So, uh, why wasn't the boot still on his foot?
- Like I said, Doc...
- we got it taken care of.
- Let's go.
- I'm going to kill that scum.
- You won't. You kill him, you kill our express ticket out of here.
- Look what he did to you--
- you're not going to last a second in this place unless I do something about
it.
- You ever hear of Top Flight Charters?
- Yeah.
- They operate flights from small airfields across the Midwest,
- like the one ten miles from here.
- They're run by a shell corporation Abruzzi owns.
- We get him on board,
- there's gonna be a midnight flight waiting for us the night we get outside
those walls.
- You're willing to risk the entire escape on a guy you don't even know?
- Preparation can only take you so far.
- After that, you gotta take a few leaps of faith.
- Abruzzi's a huge leap of faith, Michael.
- I'm not talking about Abruzzi.
- There's someone else who holds the key to this entire thing.
- With him, it either works or it doesn't.
- Problem is, I couldn't know who that was until I got in here.
- Sucre? You can't be serious.
- The guy's a thief, Michael; he can't be trusted.
- Gonna have to trust him,
- because he's my cell mate.
- How well do you know him?
- About as well as a man can in a week.
- You tell him, he tells everyone, we're done.
- You know that, right?
- We don't get him on board, there's not going to be any digging in that cell,
- and if there's no digging in that cell...
- then there's no escape.
- Thank you for calling, please leave a message after the tone.
- Maricruz? It's me, baby. You there?
- Pick up if you're there, mami.
- I been in the SHU.
- I been thinking about you.
- About your body...
- God, I've been thinking about your body...
- Hello?
- Uh, Mrs. Delgado....
- Hi. How you doing? It's me, Fernando.
- Um, sorry to bother you at home, but, uh,
- you know what's up with Maricruz's cell phone?
- It just keeps going straight to voice mail.
- Maybe she has it turned off.
- Any chance you know where she is?
- I know exactly where she is.
- And that would be?
- - With Hector.
- Hector?
- That's right.
- They're at the mall, I think.
- I don't suppose, next time you see her,
- you could have her turn her phone back on?
- Mrs. Delgado, I know you don't like me,
- but I love your daughter and she loves me.
- We're going to get married, you know?
- If you were a decent man and you really loved her,
- you'd let her live her life.
- What's that supposed to mean?
- I'll tell her you called.
- I'm looking to do some damage.
- Well, you come to the right place.
- I want to do it slow.
- Inflict the maximum amount of pain,
- so a guy wishes he'd just die, you know, and get it over with,
- but just can't quite get there.
- Oh, I got that.
- I got that.
- Look at this right here, boss.
- I call it "the gutter."
- Jam it up there in the stomach,
- and these bits right here hook the intestines.
- You give it a pull back,
- poor sucker's guts are hanging right out of his stomach,
- and he'll get a real good look at 'em, 'cause the wound's not fatal.
- Well, least not until the infection sets in.
- You're one sick puppy, you know that?
- Thank you.
- What happened?
- I'm okay.
- They've gotten to you, haven't they?
- The other prisoners.
- My God, Michael, this place is going to kill you.
- You said you talked to a woman. What was her name?
- - Leticia Barris.
- How'd you know?
- A year ago, I was doing exactly what you're doing.
- Trying to find out the truth.
- It's a bottomless pit, Veronica.
- They designed it that way,
- so that, by the time you got to the bottom of it, Lincoln would be dead.
- Why didn't you tell me you were doing this?
- Once the day was set,
- once that final appeal had been rejected,
- he had 60 days to live.
- Figured I could play their game and watch him die in the process,
- or I could take matters into my own hands.
- You don't have to do that.
- Leticia knows something.
- If I can get it out of her, maybe we can re-open Lincoln's case.
- What'd she tell you?
- She said that somebody else was behind the killing of the Vice President's
brother.
- Who?
- She got spooked, she took off before I could get anything out of her.
- She's holed up in the Elysian Fields Projects.
- I'm going to go see her this afternoon.
- Place is dangerous. You should take someone with you.
- Who?
- Fianc?would be a good place to start.
- I think that's probably the last thing in the world Sebastian'd ever want to
do.
- - It's good to see you.
- You, too.
- No priors, a good student.
- Then you get yourself arrested for intent to sell.
- Good life get a little boring?
- It was stupid.
- It won't happen again.
- Well, we're all here to make sure of that.
- I took some time to speak to your mother before you came in.
- She told me that there were some...
- some extenuating circumstances in your life right now.
- Yeah, if you're talking about that guy at Fox River,
- he's got nothing to do with this.
- He refuses to call him his father.
- The world would be a better place without him.
- It's clear to me you've got a lot of anger, young man.
- Misdirected, it could land you in the wrong place.
- So, to make sure that doesn't happen,
- you're gonna have to check in with me once a week.
- Fridays, one hour.
- Your attendance at school and your grades need to be pristine.
- Absolutely.
- And to give you a real good idea
- where that anger of yours will get you if you don't rein it in,
- I'm signing you up for the Scared Straight program at Fox River.
- You'll have a mentor, who you'll work with weekly,
- to give you a little perspective.
- A mentor?
- Your father.
- Tell me that ain't what I think it is.
- It ain't what you think it is.
- Fish. A cell phone in here?
- That's cardinal sin number one.
- They can tack two years onto your bid, automatic.
- If they catch you.
- Man, you know what kind of trouble I can get, for just knowing what I know?
- Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.
- Now, that means you can make calls whenever you want, right?
- I don't like the look in your eye.
- What's in there-- you never saw it. Got it?
- Why didn't you include any names?
- Why would I want anyone to watch me die?
- I've seen it happen a number of ways.
- Some people want to go it alone,
- others have grandiose statements they want to make.
- But most want some member of their family there,
- before they leave this world.
- I'll do it alone.
- Son, in my opinion,
- all inmates who have made that choice
- have deeply regretted it in their final minutes.
- I'll, uh...
- ...leave it blank for now.
- You have less than four weeks now.
- You should give it some thought.
- Hi. I'm-I'm looking for Leticia Barris.
- Five.
- Thank you.
- Hello!
- Don't you move a muscle.
- Take it easy, Leticia.
- You're working with them, aren't you?
- - Think I'm stupid, lady?
- I hear the clicks on my phone, I see the cars out there on the street.
- I know you're scared. I am, too.
- But, please, put the gun down.
- Where you going?
- Ireland. What difference does it make?
- It makes all the difference. Nobody's ever gotten your testimony.
- That's exactly the reason I'm still breathing.
- I'm not with them, Leticia. You have to believe me.
- Oh, yeah? Then what you sneaking in here for?
- I thought maybe they'd gotten to you.
- Oh, yeah?
- And why do you care so much about my well-being, all of a sudden?
- I don't.
- Finally, an honest answer.
- But maybe you can save Lincoln.
- And maybe you can bring down the guys who killed your boyfriend in the
process.
- If somebody killed you,
- and Crab could have done something to the guys who did it--
- you think he would have?
- I'm not as strong as he was.
- I can't take those people on.
- I'll take 'em on.
- All you have to do is come to my office and tell me what you know.
- I'll type it up, you can sign the affidavit, and split.
- I'll take you to the airport myself.
- Bellick.
- Hey, what's up, Lincoln?
- I want some extra time outside for the next couple weeks.
- Paint fumes in P.I. must be getting to you.
- Cell phones allowed in here?
- Who?
- Extra time outside.
- A couple cigarettes.
- Half hour. One week. One cigarette.
- Know a con named Sucre?
- This is what I don't understand, John:
- Otto Fibonacci fingers you.
- He put you in prison for life.
- Yet, you act like you don't even want to find out where he is.
- That's not true, Philly.
- Maybe it's 'cause you don't think you have anything to lose anymore, you know?
- You're already locked up.
- You... you know, maybe you, um... maybe you like it here.
- I mean, I don't know.
- But, what I do know is that, if Fibonacci testifies next month,
- you and I are gonna be neighbors.
- And I am not going to let that happen.
- I don't think you would fit in here, Philly.
- Fancy suits, ties, shirts.
- I think you're right, so, uh...
- so, let's cut to the chase.
- Did you break this kid?
- Did he tell you where Fibonacci is?
- What is this?
- It's a little gift from me to you.
- Are these his?
- Yeah, he won't crack.
- Well, perhaps, you should consider using a different methodology then, John.
- From what I gather, there are far worse threats in prison
- other than bodily harm.
- What happened to the days when you used to trust me, Philly,
- that I would get things done?
- Those were the days when you actually did get things done, John.
- Daddy! Daddy! Did you hear the news?
- What? What-What news?
- We're going to stay with Uncle Philly at the lake for a few weeks.
- Yeah. We're gonna have a good time!
- You're right, John. Maybe you're right.
- I do trust you.
- Now, you're gonna take care of that thing, aren't you?
- How are those boneyard visits going with that girlfriend of yours?
- I imagine pretty good, huh?
- You know, visitation rules stipulate that conjugals are only for married
couples.
- But we're engaged.
- Besides, I got that coming to me
- 'cause I ain't caused no static in this place.
- Please don't dead my conjugals.
- I won't.
- Thank you.
- But, in exchange,
- you have to tell me where that cell phone is.
- Cell phone?
- Don't play stupid with me.
- I'm giving you a chance to save your precious conjugals.
- You lie to me,
- they're gone, and they're never coming back.
- Now, where's that cell phone?
- Turner?
- Your transfer came in. They want you in administration.
- He didn't talk.
- All I got to say is I better get to make all the calls I want.
- Gonna be kind of hard.
- Soap?
- I lost my congugals over soap?!
- You may have lost your conjugals, but I can do you one better.
- I can get you to her.
- To Maricruz.
- - You can get me to Maricruz?
- That's right.
- Yeah? And how you gonna do that?
- We're breaking out of here.
- How?
- - It starts in our cell.
- - In our cell?
- To tell you the truth, it's already started.
- Ah.
- Are you crazy?!
- You think I want to break out of here?
- 16 months from now, I'm out the gate.
- I'm getting married, papi,
- and I'm sure as hell not doing it with no posse on my ass.
- Man, I ought to beat you six ways till Sunday!
- I lost my conjugals, pendejo.
- and all because of your little bar of soap.
- I had to test you; see if you could keep a secret.
- You want a secret?
- I got a secret for you, Fish.
- You dig in my cell while I'm there,
- and I'm gonna split your wig.
- That went well.
- Why don't we start with Lincoln's relationship with your boyfriend.
- Real simple.
- He owed my man $90,000, and he wasn't getting it done.
- Then, all of a sudden, it gets done.
- Crab walks in with 90K and a big-ass smile on his face.
- Who paid him?
- Not Lincoln-- they paid his marker.
- Who's "they"?
- It's all right, Leticia.
- I told you, you're safe here.
- Crab brought this guy home. Never seen him before.
- Crab did what he always did when he was doing big business:
- he told me to take a walk, so that's exactly what I did.
- There was something about this guy, though--
- he wasn't the kind of guy Crab usually dealt with.
- What do you mean?
- Couldn't put my finger on it till he went outside.
- Then I knew. He had that look.
- What look?
- You know, that they own the place.
- That they're untouchable.
- Like they're government.
- So the government paid Lincoln's debt?
- Did Crab say what they wanted in return?
- Uh-uh.
- All right.
- Uh, just give me a moment to type this up.
- Where are you going?
- I'm gonna have a smoke.
- Look, this is only gonna take me a minute.
- So will the smoke.
- No redness or swelling, so it's no sign of infection.
- I'm gonna keep you on antibiotics for the next ten days.
- You should be good.
- Michael, you understand, by law,
- I'm obligated to file a report if I feel there's been prisoner misconduct.
- There's no way this injury happened by stepping on a blade in a garden shed.
- If you file a report, things could get a lot worse for me.
- They're not already?
- Not compared to what they could be.
- I've made some enemies.
- Yeah.
- Scared?
- Men... Okay.
- Um... here's what I think. I think you are scared.
- And you wouldn't be human if you weren't scared in a place like this.
- When I was young, I couldn't sleep at night,
- 'cause I thought there was a monster in the closet.
- But my brother told me there wasn't anything in the closet but fear.
- That fear wasn't real.
- He said it wasn't made of anything. It was just air.
- Not even that.
- He said you just have to face it.
- You just have to open that door,
- and the monster would disappear.
- Your brother sounds like a smart man.
- He is.
- In here, though,
- you face your fear,
- you open that door...
- and there's a hundred more doors behind it.
- And the monsters that are hiding behind them...
- are all real.
- If you want, I could recommend you be sent to Ad-Seg.
- With the rape victims and the snitches.
- It would keep you safe.
- Thanks...
- but I think I'd like to face the monsters on my own.
- Have a good smoke?
- I don't smoke.
- Didn't mean to startle you.
- Special Agent Kellerman, Secret Service.
- We've been informed that you
- obtained a copy of the surveillance tape
- entered as evidence in the Lincoln Burrows trial.
- Is there a problem with that?
- We're just following up.
- Has there been some amendment to the Freedom of Information Act
- that I'm not aware of?
- You know, when a prisoner gets
- close to the end of his time on Death Row,
- there's a lot of last-minute sec...
- I'm sorry, I still don't understand
- why this would be a problem for the Secret Service.
- It's not.
- The prosecution made its case far beyond any reasonable doubt,
- and we know that we have the right man.
- That being said,
- if you come across anything that could shed some light on his innocence,
- I'm offering my help.
- Sounds great.
- I really appreciate you coming by.
- Do you have a card, Agent Kellerman?
- Of course.
- Don't hesitate to call.
- Thanks.
- Leticia.
- - Sebastian, I'm so sorry, I...
- Where are you?
- I'm sor.. this isn't the time, I'm sorry.
- This is the time-- I'm at the reception hall.
- The coordinator's here. The vendors.
- Look, I'm just, I'm sorry. I can't talk right now.
- I say we take his whole foot.
- We could cut off all his limbs;
- he still wouldn't talk.
- Pain is not the answer here.
- Maybe the Beatles were right, after all.
- Maybe all you need is love.
- What're you doing?
- What's it look like I'm doing? I'm rolling it up.
- You can't do this.
- I'm done playing your reindeer games, Fish.
- I'm gonna transfer to a nice, quiet cell with a normal cellie,
- one that doesn't screw my entire life up.
- Look...
- I'm sorry about your congugals, but if you go now...
- Don't do this. Please.
- Listen to me, Fish.
- I got 16 months.
- I got a fianc閑 to think about.
- I get caught with a hole in my wall,
- I don't get to see the real world for another five years.
- Let's go, Sucre.
- I can't do that.
- There's always a solution. We can work it out.
- Sorry, Fish.
- Can I ask you something?
- Why have you denied any family or loved ones to be there for you in the end?
- Why would I let them watch me die?
- I've caused them enough pain.
- Maybe it's not about them watching you die.
- Maybe it's about me watching them live.
- That the final torture?
- No. It's about how you want to leave this world.
- What's the last image you want to take with you?
- A stranger?
- Got an issue with our little friend over there?
- I don't got to come to you. You don't give the green light.
- Everything in here runs through me. You know that.
- May Tag's in the ground because of that piece of detritus.
- So now you want him.
- Every day for the rest of his bid.
- Seems you and I have something in common, then.
- Easy now, Fish.
- Don't make this any harder than it needs to be.
- It's time we came to an arrangement, don't you think?
- You know, I was thinking I was gonna gut you bow to stern,
- soon as I laid eyes on you.
- But, alackaday, you look so pretty when you're scared, don't you?
- Maybe we ought to get the love out of the way 'fore we move on to hate.
- What do you say to that, Pretty? Hmm?
- Yeah...
- Maybe it's time I lit up that face once and for all.
- God, he talks too much.
- You and I need to have a conversation.
- What happened in there was my way of saying
- I know I been going about this whole thing the wrong way.
- I'm trying to make amends here.
- Bygones be bygones?
- You're a mercurial man, John.
- I prefer bold.
- Tell me what you need from me.
- A trade.
- You get me a plane, I'll get you Fibonacci.
- What do you need a plane for?
- I think you know.
- I help you, I'm in. You know that, don't you?
- I do.
- Just got to know the exact date and time.
- I'll tell you soon enough.
- Soon enough ain't gonna cut it.
- I need to be outside these walls before Fibonacci testifies.
- You will be.
- He testifies in one month.
- Then you'll be out in plenty of time.
- If not... you're a corpse.
- You'd better cut the crap. Tell me the exact date and time,
- so I can start making the arrangements.
- I don't know if I can trust you with that information yet.
- Why not?
- Like I said, John, you're a mercurial man.
- Lewis, take these off.
- Sink, I can't do that.
- Come on, man, I'm in a cage. Ten minutes.
- Please.
- It's my kid.
- So... here we are.
- Yeah. How you been?
- You know... in trouble.
- How's your mom?
- She's good.
- Hey, um... I've been talking to the chaplain,
- and they'd like me to decide on who I should, uh, have at the, uh...
- I guess what I'm trying to say is,
- when you get to the end,
- you start to realize what's important to you, you know?
- Who really matters to you.
- And, uh, you know...
- that leaves you and Mike.
- The only blood I got left in this...
- in this world.
- Yeah, I got to say, I'm not really following what you're saying.
- Well, uh...
- In the end,
- the only thing that matters is love.
- Blood, family... you.
- Um...
- Give me your hand.
- What are you doing?
- Give me your hand. Give me your hand.
- I want you to be there when...
- I want you to be there the day before I die.
- So I can see you.
- So I can hold you.
- I, uh...
- I love you.
- I've always loved you.
- Yeah...
- This whole thing, um...
- I don't know if I can take it.
- Me, either.
- I don't have a choice.
- You do.
- I am so sorry.
- I met with this woman today, and she knew things about Lincoln's case.
- And then she just disappeared. I think something happened to her.
- Look, I'm gonna make this real easy for you.
- Do you want to get married...
- or not?
- I don't know.
- Wonderful.
- Maybe we could postpone it.
- Okay, I can't do this right now. My head's not in it.
- It's supposed to be a celebration...
- If you're really telling me you want to postpone this thing...
- ...then I want to cancel it.
- Sebastian...
- I'm sorry.
- I'll come get my stuff tomorrow.
- Open on 40!
- Scofield.
- Found you a new cellie.
- As luck would have it, I found him in the Psych Ward.
- You were the only guy with an empty tray, so...
- Psych Ward?
- You got a problem with that?
- 'Cause if you do, please,
- feel free to drop it in my suggestion box here.
- Haywire, get in here!
- Close it up on 40!
- Oh, and Scofield, just a heads up--
- don't make eye contact with him.
- Lincoln, we have a problem.
- - I got a new cell mate.
- Who?
- That's a problem.
- We're just gonna have to bring him on board.
- You're don't bring a guy like that on board.
- Then I'll work at night, when he's sleeping.
- Ten feet, Scofield.
- How far behind are we?
- - Three days.
- Thought you said the margin for error was zero days.
- I did.
- Nice out here.
- I got a buddy--
- he's got a place way back up in these woods.
- Come up here hunting around this time of year.
- Man...
- Whoa.
- Get her back in. Back in.
- Come on.
- Over here. Come here.
- Take her out there.
- She's nothing.
- Nobody would believe her if she talked, anyway.
- Hundred yards or so should do it.
- Do it.
- Go!
- I'm sorry.
- You got to believe that.
- Damn it.
- Please! Please!Please.
- Pick up the casings.
- What's your problem?
- I got a neuroanatomic lesion
- affecting my reticular activating system.
- What does that mean?
- It means I don't sleep.   - At all.
 
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