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越狱第一季第四集剧本台词  

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 4
- Previously on Prison Break.
- I didn't kill that man, Michael.
- The evidence says you did.
- No, I was set up.
- Put down your weapon.
- I find it incumbent that you see the inside of a prison cell.
- I'm looking for someone, guy named Lincoln Burrows.
- Man killed the vice-president's brother.
- Why do you wanna see Burrows so bad anyhow?
- Because he's my brother.
- I'm getting you out of here.
- Impossible.
- Not if you designed the place it isn't.
- You've seen the blueprints.
- Better that that.
- I've got them on me.
- You find out who's trying to bury him.
- Nobody's trying to bury him.
- The evidence was cooked.
- There's a lawyer poking around.
- Anyone that's a threat is expendable.
- Scofield!
- Found you a new cellie. Haywire, get in here.
- Someone found Fibonacci.
- Who was this someone?
- Now where is Fibonacci?
- I give you that information, I'm a dead man.
- Three.
- On your feet!
- What time is it?
- Get up!
- What's going on?
- Bellick! - Bellick! - Bellick! No!
- Bellick! Where are you taking me?!
- Bellick! Bellick! No! - No! Bellick, don't!
- Bellick, no! I got a month left!
- Please! No! Bellick! - Bellick, no! - Bellick, please!
- No! No! I got a month left!
- Please! - No! Bellick!
- Make your peace, Lincoln.
- Let's get on with it.
- Open 40!
- Close 40.
- Haywire. You ever thought of breaking out?
- What the hell would I do out there?
- Not be here.
- Halfway houses,
- psych visits, meds, checking in with a P.O.,
- urine tests, keeping a job...
- No.
- Why you ask?
- This guy was talking about it in the yard yesterday. I didn't know what to
say.
- Tell officer Bellick.
- He'll make life easy for you, if, uh...
- If what?
- Your tattoos.
- What about them?
- What are they of?
- What are they? Like, some kind of a...
- They're just tattoos.
- It's candy time, Haywire.
- They think I have schizo-affective disorder with bipolar tendencies.
- Think you got it?
- Whatever.
- Ah!
- I take the pills, keep the quacks off my back.
- Bye, now.
- Get out of the way.
- You know, maybe they give you those things for a reason.
- Yeah.
- To keep me dull.
- To keep me in their invisible freakin' handcuffs.
- Seriously, though, those tattoos, they're beautiful.
- You mind if I, you know, look at the whole thing?
- I do, actually.
- Why?
- Yo! Stand clear!
- Does there need to be a reason?
- Sucre!
- I ain't even talking to you, man.
- What's the problem?
- Nothing I can't handle.
- Well, I knew there was a problem.
- I could tell by looking at you from across the yard.
- Hey, guys, didn't I say there was a problem?
- So what's the problem?
- You're looking at it.
- What? Haywire?
- Yep. That's my new cellmate.
- That's a problem.
- He doesn't sleep.
- So, when do you dig?
- I don't.
- Hey, you and I are in bed now.
- You made me promise.
- You said that we were going to get out of here.
- You renege now, and I'm going to gut you.
- So, you better take care of your business,
- or I will take care of you.
- Have a nice day.
- It's really coming together, isn't it?
- Yep.
- You think it'll be done in time?
- Well, I figure, we still have the interior alcoves
- and pilasters to do, which is no small task.
- But, yes, I think so.
- Listen, I have to say, I...
- I really appreciate all the effort that you put into this.
- I wish there was some way I could, you know, pay you or something.
- There is one thing you could do for me.
- My cellmate.
- Ah, the inimitable Charles Patoshick.
- Haywire?
- Then you know.
- Hold it right there.
- Officer Bellick is in charge of cell transfers.
- You're gonna have to talk to him about that.
- I tried, but he seems to think we're a good match.
- Has he threatened you?
- Who, Haywire or Bellick?
- Hmm.
- Unfortunately, unless there's some evidence of violence
- or sexual predation between cellmates,
- those kinds of requests fall on deaf ears around here.
- Prison system's a little too crowded for requests based on personality.
- It's not exactly Sandals out there.
- Warden?
- Sorry. Your wife is here.
- What?
- She's not supposed to be here till 4:00.
- Becky, do not let her come in here under any circumstances.
- She's not supposed to see this until our anniversary.
- I'll be right out.
- Hi, sweetheart.
- You're early.
- Uh... let's go eat.
- You're acting funny.
- I am?
- What's going on in there?
- Um... just going over some files.
- Becky said you were in a meeting.
- This isn't Toledo all over again, is it?
- Toledo?
- How can you say that?
- Then, you won't mind if I look.
- Judy...
- Warden, I'm not going to be able to cooperate.
- I'd get killed if I did.
- Johnson's still deciding.
- Then, you and I are done.
- You should have just told me.
- Well, you know how anxious I get when you come around the inmates.
- Becky, have a guard escort Johnson back to his cell.
- I'll deal with him later. Come on, let's go eat.
- What you doing here?
- I'm your attorney.
- I'm representing you now.
- Hmm.
- If that's all right with you.
- Last time I saw you, you called me a liar.
- Things have changed.
- I believe you now.
- I got in touch with Crab Simmons's ex-girlfriend Leticia.
- She corroborated your story.
- Will she testify?
- She's missing.
- I don't know. I think the Secret Service got to her.
- Secret Service?
- They've been poking around.
- Soon as they show up, she disappears. What do you think happened?
- Um... I didn't realize it was that high up, you know.
- Do you know what we're up against?
- I know it's a lot more than either of us can handle on our own.
- Project Justice.
- Why have I heard of them?
- All they handle is death penalty cases.
- There's a guy there, Ben Forsik, I sent him copies of everything I had.
- You can go there, tell him what you found.
- Maybe we'll get enough to bring him on board.
- Okay.
- So, uh... how's Sebastian?
- What do you mean?
- Well, you being here. I mean... is he cool with it?
- I haven't talked to him.
- The, um...
- The engagement's off.
- Oh. I'm sorry.
- You could at least say that like you mean it.
- I do.
- God, you always were a lousy liar.
- Yeah.
- I better get to Project Justice.
- Veronica?
- Thank you.
- I didn't have a whole lot left.
- You can thank me when I get you out of here.
- Baby, it's me. Are you there?
- Hello? Are you there?
- Hey, if she is, she obviously don't want to talk to you.
- It's Wednesday, babe.
- You're gonna come around today, right?
- Okay, I got to hang up now.
- I got to go back in the block, but
- you're gonna be here today, right?
- I'm your man, baby, and I love you.
- I do.
- It's a pattern.
- What did you say?
- Your-Your tattoo-- it's a pattern.
- You're seeing things.
- Putting him in with Haywire is a low blow, Deputy.
- What? The shrinks cleared Haywire for reentry into gen pop.
- Besides, he's so doped up on meds, he's like a kitten these days.
- A kitten who murdered both his parents.
- Well, all due respect, sir.
- If you give Scofield preferential treatment, it'll undermine your credibility.
- I know you got a soft spot for the guy because he's got brains in his head,
- and he's helping you with that contraption in there,
- but the guy's a violent criminal.
- He deserves punishment just as much as the rest of these guys.
- You have been here long enough to know
- that I'm less interested in punishment than I am in rehabilitation.
- And sticking him in with Haywire is not rehabilitation in my book.
- You delegated authority over gen pop to me, boss.
- I know I did.
- Then, you either got to let me do my job, or pass it on to somebody else.
- Now, Brian, go easy.
- There's a reason I'm giving you more and more responsibility.
- When I retire, I'm recommending you to take my place.
- Don't make me regret it.
- All I'm saying is, take another look at the Scofield situation.
- I trust your judgment.
- Yes, sir.
- Whoa, whoa, wait, wait, hold up.
- This is supposed to be an open visitation. Why are we doing it in here?
- Ask your visitor.
- What are you doing here? Where's Maricruz?
- She's not going to be coming around here anymore.
- Is she hurt?
- No, no. She's fine, she's fine. She's just, uh...
- She's with me now.
- She's with you now?
- It's a joke, right?
- No, she made a decision, man.
- She decided she needed stability.
- Is she going to get that from you?
- Look, look, you can think whatever you want about me. But, uh...
- I'm not the one who's in prison.
- See,
- I actually can do something for her.
- And she wanted me to stop by here and talk to you first, you know, in case you
got mad...
- You just proved my point.
- You're a con, and that's all you'll ever be.
- Make it quick.
- Yeah. He's, uh, right in here.
- Take a walk, Choppy.
- Scofield.
- You're in a restricted area.
- I'm doing yard work for P.I. We need some fertilizer.
- Why are you in the masonry section?
- Oh, by the way, how's the foot?
- Don't ever go around me to The Pope again.
- Now, move.
- You know what, Haywire?
- I don't think we're gonna work out.
- And, since I was here first, I think you should go.
- I crapped myself once in junior high.
- It was during... during P.E.
- We were... We were playing badminton,
- and I knew I was gonna have to walk past a bunch of the other students to,
- you know, get back to the locker room.
- And so...
- I just started walking.
- And I tried to make fun of it, you know, before anyone else did.
- So, I turned around behind me, and...
- and I said, "Look, I have a tail!"
- I just shared a secret with you.
- Now, it's your turn.
- Want to know what the tattoos mean?
- - Yeah.
- Nothing.
- Hey, Fish.
- Making any progress?
- With Sleeping Beauty back there, or with the digging?
- Either.
- No.
- But I know what to do.
- Oh, yeah?
- Problem is, you don't got the stugots to do it.
- Abruzzi, let's go.
- See you.
- Yeah? - Really?
- Well, tell the crazy son of a bitch I said hi.
- Wrap it up.
- How about Aunt Ruth? She out of the hospital yet?
- - Hold on, Ma.
- Bite me!
- Okay, we got a problem now, man.
- Let's handle it, then.
- That's what I thought.
- Hello?
- Maricruz, it's me. Baby, what the hell is going on?
- What's the deal with you and Hector?
- When were you gonna tell me?
- Tell you what?
- That Rita Saldana's been visiting you?
- - Yeah. Hector told me.
- Hector told you. Hector told you.
- Of course he told you. Baby, that guy's a snake. He's a liar.
- Why would he lie?
- Well, why would he lie? Because he's been trying to get into your pants
- since the minute we started dating, that's why.
- You know what?
- I don't know what to believe.
- Me, Mami, believe me.
- Yeah, well I wait by the phone twice a week.
- Baby, where is this coming from?
- I don't know.
- Look, there's just so many things.
- Yesterday, I went to Teresa's house,
- and I saw her baby.
- Is that what this is about? You think your clock is ticking?
- Well, I am going to be 30 in a few years!
- Baby, you're 25.
- You want to get pregnant? Let's get pregnant right now.
- Baby, you know I can't get pregnant till I'm married.
- We're gonna get married...
- in 16 months.
- Yeah, well, Hector says that if something goes wrong in there,
- that you could serve your full sentence.
- I can't wait ten years.
- I can't wait ten years, baby.
- I'm going to be out in 16 months.
- Okay, well, what if something does happen, huh?
- Baby, I can't wait that long.
- I can't. I'm sorry, I got to go.
- Hello? Ba... Wait. Hello? Hel...
- Even if Leticia Barris turned up again,
- her testimony would be worthless.
- By and large, most junkies with criminal records don't shine on the stand.
- Maybe, but I just found all this out in the past couple of days.
- I'm confident that I can find out a whole lot more
- now that I'm devoting all my time to the case.
- The Secret Service agent who came to visit you when Leticia was in your
office--
- what did he want?
- Nick, please. You've got to understand, Ms. Donovan.
- Unless there's new information you can provide for us,
- we've already reviewed Mr. Burrows's case thoroughly.
- Do you have any new evidence?
- No, but I...
- But...
- that is effectively what you're telling us, right?
- I need to clarify here.
- Yes, that is what I'm telling you.
- But look, Mr. Forsik, you don't need to point out what I don't have.
- I'm well aware of that.
- I'm here asking for your help
- because I don't think an innocent man should be killed for something he didn't
do.
- And I believe that's what it says on your mission statement in the lobby.
- We get thousands of requests for representation.
- I'm sure you do.
- And I have to decide which cases we're going to devote
- our very limited resources to.
- I will do all of the legwork, Mr. Forsik.
- But since I don't have any experience in death penalty cases,
- I'm just asking you to point me in the right direction.
- Please.
- I'm sorry.
- We just don't have the manpower.
- Thank you for your time.
- She's just leaving now.
- Figure it'll take her at least a half hour to get across town in this traffic.
- I'm not going to need nearly that much time.
- I've turned up quite a bit already.
- Hey, have you seen my toothpaste?
- It was right here!
- Haven't seen it.
- I always put it in the same place.
- I'm sure it'll turn up.
- The tattoos, there's a maze.
- Get away from me.
- I need to see them. Just... you got to show them to me. It's pulling me in.
- I said... get away from me.
- Okay.
- He's got a maze on his skin.
- Yeah, he's got a maze on his skin.
- Why? Why would he do that? Why?
- Why has he put a maze on his skin? Um...
- I don't... Ow!
- How are your contacts in Chemical Lockup?
- Depends who's asking.
- I need a bottle of drain line root control, sooner than later.
- Got weeds growing in your cell?
- Just one.
- You the one who was looking for me?
- Yeah, I wanted to ask you some questions about the Lincoln Burrows case.
- Yeah?
- I'm Veronica Donovan. I'm representing Lincoln on his appeal.
- What about it?
- You were the first one to respond
- to Lincoln's apartment the night of the murder, right?
- That's right.
- Look, I'd really appreciate if you could just tell me exactly what you saw.
- Dispatch called in with a tip that Burrows was seen running
- from the garage where they found Terrence Steadman.
- So, we went over to Burrows's place.
- We spread out.
- Entered he bathroom,
- that's where I saw your client washing out the bloody pants.
- Police! Hands up!
- I don't need to tell you it was Steadman's blood, do I?
- In the report that you typed up that night,
- you said that you saw Lincoln standing in the bathroom, that's all.
- Later, you testified that you saw him washing the pants-- which one is it?
- Does it matter?
- Did you actually see him washing the pants, or not?
- Yes.
- He stood up, turned around,
- his hands were all wet, looking guilty as hell.
- Your testimony factored into his conviction. You know that, right?
- You know, lady, if you got any other questions,
- just go through the department.
- Miss Donovan.
- I didn't mean to scare you.
- What are you doing here?
- Nick Savrinn with Project Justice.
- I know who you are, but what are you doing here?
- Look, my boss may not think Lincoln's case is worth looking into, but I do.
- There's a quicker way to take care of your problem.
- There's smarter ways, too.
- What stood out for me was that most death penalty cases
- take ten years to exhaust all appeals.
- Lincoln got there in three.
- So, for it to be expedited,
- there had to have been some sort of political influence, right?
- Well... given that Terrence Steadman is the vice president's brother,
- that's not too hard to believe.
- How, though? They got to every judge that rejected Lincoln's appeal?
- Doesn't take a judge.
- All it takes is a little special attention from one of his clerks.
- But how Lincoln got fast-tracked doesn't interest me. It's why.
- If he was set up, then why?
- I think the answer to that might lie in the victim.
- What do we know? He was the CEO of EcoField, right?
- He was pushing alternative energy.
- Successfully pushing alternative energy.
- So, oil companies, the Saudis, even our own government...
- a lot of people stood to benefit with Steadman out of the picture.
- Why'd you wait till now to take up this case?
- I thought he did it, like everybody else.
- I just hope it's not too late.
- Very well may be.
- You need to prepare yourself for that.
- What about you?
- Why death penalty work?
- My father did 15 years for a crime he didn't commit.
- I know first-hand that when the government gets you in their crosshairs,
- you stand very little chance.
- That's why.
- Now... do you want my help?
- - I want back in.
- Too late.
- I'll do anything you need. You see these hands?
- They're digging machines.
- You want to go to China? I'll get you to China.
- I'll dig like a psychotic rodent if I have to.
- Fish... I gotta be back in.
- As of right now, there is no "in."
- Van Gogh over there is my new cellmate.
- But you're going to do something about it, right?
- - I'll do what's necessary.
- You're my boy!
- So how you gonna do that?
- Well, let's just put it this way--
- someone's going to get hurt.
- How'd we miss this, guys?
- Scofield's father was out of the picture by the time he was born.
- Took his mother's maiden name.
- All right, Scofield had no priors and a full-time job as an engineer.
- Correct.
- Then he goes and robs a bank, discharging a gun in the process.
- So that in sentencing, he maneuvers his way to Fox River
- where his brother's scheduled to die in less than a month.
- Obviously, something is up.
- All due respect, brothers are incarcerated together all over the country.
- It may just be a coincidence.
- Move on the younger brother.
- Do it preemptively before anything rises up, bites any of us in the ass.
- It's a pathway...
- where does it lead?
- Where are you taking me?
- What, are you nuts?
- Officer! - I need an officer!
- What the hell's the problem down here?
- What... son of a bitch!
- Open up on 40!
- He's got the pathway on his body. It leads somewhere.
- Back off, Haywire!
- No, look... Look... look at his tattoos. It's a pathway.
- Haywire, I said "back off." You want a hot shot?
- I'm telling you, look at his...
- Back off, man! Get in over here!
- Let's go!
- It leads to hell! It leads to hell! It's a pathway to hell!
- He's taking us all to hell!
- So, the gang's all back together again. Well, ain't that swell?
- Told you not to go around me to The Pope.
- But you just keep making waves, don't you?
- - Good to be back, man.
- Good to have you back.
- So when do we get started?
- Good afternoon, Mr. Scofield.
- Hello. - How you feeling today?
- We're good.
- What happened?
- Um, caught an elbow playing basketball.
- Mind if I take a look?
- By all means.
- You know you're going to get killed in here, right?
- If you're not careful.
- I'll make you a bet.
- When I get out of here, alive,
- I'll take you to dinner.
- Lunch? Cup of coffee?
- Michael, this, um... this charm act
- could be exactly what's getting you into trouble out in the yard.
- Lean forward.
- All right...
- you went to the parking garage,
- Terrence Steadman is already dead.
- That's right.
- You saw that and you ran... took the gun.
- - Where?
- Storm drain, Van Buren and Wells.
- Nobody ever found it.
- All right, well, what do you do after that?
- You go back to your apartment?
- Yeah.
- I was freaking out, trying to figure out what happened.
- Then, I saw the bloody pants in the tub.
- The cops, they busted in a minute after I got there.
- The pants-- the ones with Steadman's blood on them--
- first cop on the scene says he saw you washing them in the bathtub.
- He's lying.
- My hands were wet after splashing water on my face.
- Police! Let's see your hands! Hands up!
- I never touched those pants.
- Which brings us back to the gun,
- the one you said you dumped.
- It was planted.
- It's the only way it could have got there.
- Ballistics matched to a slug...
- The gun was planted! It was planted!
- Just like the pants.
- Your fingerprints were all over the gun.
- Bo...   - Who's Bo?
- He's the guy who arranged everything.
- Had me come around the night before,
- tried a few guns, see which one felt right.
- That was the setup right there.
- One of those must have been the murder weapon.
- That's how they got my fingerprints on the gun.
- Had to be.
- All right, so this, this... this Bo--
- uh, he coerces you into doing this, all to clear a $90,000 debt.
- He was going to kill my son.
- Well?
- A lot of "I didn't do it," and those don't count for much.
- Security tape, the one that shows Lincoln pulling the trigger...
- - you got it, right?
- Yeah.
- Well, if Lincoln's telling the truth, then that tape is lying.
- Think we should have a look, decide for ourselves.
- You're clear.
- If the chemicals can eat through the iron pipes,
- how come they can't eat through the toothpaste tube?
- It's only when the chemicals are combined that they become a corrosive.
- You study chemistry or something?
- Not in school.
- But what you're doing up there in the infirmary,
- what does it got to do with what we're doing here?
- Getting through this wall is just the beginning.
- There's a whole lot of real estate in between here and the outside walls.
- Infirmary's the closest building to those walls...
- ...and the weakest link in the security chain.
- Cool.
- I think I've got enough grout out to bust through.
- I'm going to need you to make some noise.
- Is that the best you can do?
- Have some faith, Papi.
- Have some faith.
- Shut up! - You suck!
- Not one more word!
- Next inmate that opens his mouth goes in the hole!
- We're good.
- You okay?
- Work. - It's fine.   - I got it.
- Everything all right?
- Couldn't be better.
- You want to come in? We just sat down to eat.
- No, I just wanted to stop by to tell you in person.
- Problem solved.
- What's this?
- That is a transfer request.
- Michael Scofield is getting shipped out tomorrow.
- Have a good night.
 
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