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越狱第一季第二十集剧本台词  

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 20
- Previously, on Prison Break:
- I want him under
- 24-hour surveillance.
- I have to be there when
- they kill this man.
- The least you could do
- is review his case.
- VICE PRESIDENT:
- Terrence.
- The thing I can't
- quite figure is
- with the the crap storm
- this thing's become
- why they haven't killed you.
- Have at him.
( stabbing )
( screaming )
- Now, out of respect
- for what you once were,
- I'm going to let
- you walk away.
( shouting )
- Why don't you hand me
- that shank you're holding?
- I'm not even sure
- why you need it.
- Thank you.
- Your keys are right over there
- by your in-box.
- You got a maintenance guy
- waiting outside here,
- says you want him
- to change the locks.
- Want me to
- call him off?
- No, send him in.
- It's your last chance,
- Tweener.
- Scofield
- and his whole PI crew...
- They're escaping.
- You know I can't
- let you leave here, boss.
- dogs
- The numerous times
- I've been apprehended
- while trying to elude
- the authorities
- it's always because
- of the damn dogs.
- Turns out you can run from just
- about everything
- in your life
- 'cept your own particular stink.
- Yeah, Well, some of us
- stink more than others.
- Kinte,
- you can smell
- like a bouquet of bonbons,
- but unless you get rid
- of your smell
- you might as well
- send a note to the police
- with directions
- and some cab fare.
- Theodore's right, man.
- We got to scrub down our cells.
- What about our bunks?
- Pillows, sheets, everything.
- Either get rid of your smell
- or change it.
- Well, how much time we got?
- MICHAEL:
- John?
- Three days. That's the soonest
- I could get us
- into the Guards' Room for PI.
- You think you'll have
- the extra suits by then?
- Probably. They should
- be here tomorrow.
- Good, so we're good to go.
- All we got left is figuring out
- how to get through
- that door in the infirmary.
- And how to get Linc
- out of that box.
- And you can do
- that in three days?
- Three days should
- be plenty of time.
- We got to get out of here.
- Now.
- ow
- how he found it.
- He just did.
- SUCRE:
- The hole's just sitting there?
- I covered it the best I
- could, but it's just
- a matter of time before someone
- discovers
- Bellick's missing.
- What do you mean
- Bellick's missing?
- SUCRE:
- Okay, okay, okay.
- Fox River is a big place.
- Maybe they won't
- notice for a while.
- Nothing happens around here
- without Bellick's say-so.
- Somebody is gonna notice
- that he's missing.
- And when they do, they're gonna
- close this place down
- until they find him.
- What are we going to do?
- As soon as it gets dark...
- we go.
- SUCRE:
- Tonight?
- Pretty, we ain't ready
- to escape tonight.
- Escape already started.
- It started the minute
- Bellick found that hole.
- It's gonna end the minute they
- figure out that he's missing.
- Then stay!
- I'll be sure to read
- the papers in the morning.
- See how many years you got
- when they realized
- which crew was working
- in that room
- and dug that hole.
- So what's the play, man?
- You think you can have the plane
- ready by tonight?
- Sure.
- You had kitchen
- duty, right?
- Yeah.
- What'd you use
- to scrub down the floors?
- I think it was some peroxide
- or something like that.
- That'll work. Get as
- much as you can.
- I'll work on getting us
- that key to the infirmary.
- The rest of you find
- whatever you can
- to get rid
- of the scent
- in your cells.
- None of this matters, if we
- can't get in the guards' room.
- We're gonna leave after dinner,
- during tier time
- when the gates are open.
- 7:00, one by one,
- through my cell.
- Whoa,
- whoa, whoa,
- whoa, whoa.
- Now, we were supposed
- to go through
- the guards' room.
- That was going to give us
- a head start hours before
- they even found out
- we were missing.
- T-BAG:
- We leave through your cell,
- we ain't got no lead time.
- 7:00. Count's
- at 8:00, that's...
- 60 minutes.
- 60 minutes to get over that wall
- and as far away
- from here as possible.
- They'll be right on our asses.
- PATTERSON:
- Quit your talkin'
- and start your walkin'.
- Ladies, yard time is over!
- They already are.
- Let's go, let's go.
- SUCRE:
- You know, there's one thing
- we didn't talk about
- out there-- your brother.
- I mean, he's under
- 24-hour surveillance.
- I'm just saying, if you
- can't get to him by tonight,
- we still have to go,
- you know that, right?
( buzzer )
- Hey, boss.
- What do you want?
- My brother's in Gen Pop.
- He's got no clue
- I was in an accident.
- So?
- Well, is there any way
- I can get a message to him?
- Yeah.
- Put it in your will.
- And you're sure
- all those dots connect?
- Okay.
- Thank you.
- Who was that?
- A friend of mine
- at the title company, handled
- a lot of my firm's business.
- She dug up an address for that
- phone number in Blackfoot.
- Where is it?
- It's not the where that's
- interesting, it's the how.
- It turns out our little
- place in Montana
- was purchased for $2 million
- by an offshore
- holding corporation.
- That's pretty standard
- for a transaction
- that size, though, right?
- Sure. Only this
- holding corporation
- was bankrolled by a trust--
- a trust financed by the estate
- of Terrence Steadman.
- Looks like you and I
- are going to Blackfoot, Montana.
( muffled yelling )
- Have you seen
- Bellick today?
- No, Why?
- Mack was asking.
- I guess he ain't showed up yet.
- He's probably just late.
- Bellick? I haven't beat that guy
- to work in eight years.
- Scofield, this ain't
- Gibson's. Move it.
- They're already starting
- to ask questions, man.
- We're not going to make it
- out of here in seven hours
- without them
- finding answers.
- How we coming with
- that peroxide?
- I'm going to need it before
- we meet up for yard duty.
- Probably not till later.
- You want to tell me
- what you need it for?
- Makkos, you going
- to be eating them there
- brussels sprouts?
- No.
- You mind if I, uh...
- Take 'em.
- They smell like crap.
- Do they, now?
- What's up?
- Yo, if you...
- Tonight.
- What?
- Change of plans.
- Why, did something happen?
- Just find Sucre.
- He'll tell you
- what you need to do to be ready.
- What about...?
- Tonight.
- MAN:
- What the hell's going on?
- The president changed his mind.
- We were given
- assurances
- he would veto
- the energy bill.
- Assurances can tell
- you everything
- that a man is going to do,
- until he wakes up in the morning
- and changes his mind.
- Then change it back.
- I don't think you understand.
- The president...
- Have you enjoyed
- our support?
- Yes.
- Good.
- We certainly wouldn't want
- you to take it for granted.
- Are you threatening me?
- Why?
- Do you feel
- threatened?
- Caroline, we've all
- been through this before.
- The ebbs and flows of
- political conscience,
- but we've found at the end
- of the day, we get what we want.
- It's simply a matter
- of who helps us get it.
- If you can't convince
- a doddering old fool
- finishing up
- his second term
- what the best thing is
- for this country's economy,
- perhaps you're not the kind
- of helper we're looking for.
- Sara...
- I was thinking
- about something...
- Enough, Michael.
- Enough with the-the lies
- and the coincidences
- and the stories, all of it.
- It's not what you think.
- I know what you did.
- The question is, are you
- man enough to admit it?
- The keys.
- Congratulations.
- Is that the first time
- you've been honest with me?
- It's not...
- The second?
- What are you after,
- Michael?
- Is it drugs?
- Is it needles?
- Neither.
- Then what?
- Please understand
- that I never meant...
- I never wanted
- to involve you in this.
- Well, you've done
- a pretty poor job of that.
- I came here to
- tell you something.
- I'm getting my brother
- out of here.
- Tonight.
- And I need your help.
- Michael, uh, honestly,
- for your own good,
- don't say anything more.
- You know
- he's innocent.
- Do what you're talking about
- and he won't be.
- But he'll still be alive.
- You understand that
- I'm required to report
- everything you're telling me.
- Yes.
- Then why would you?
- Because you're the only one
- that can help.
- And because I know
- you want to be part
- of the solution.
- Yeah, aiding and abetting
- is not part of the solution.
- Neither is doing nothing
- knowing what you know
- about his case.
- How dare you put this on me.
- I did what I could.
- I gave my father
- the information from...
- No offense
- to your father,
- but the people who
- are framing Lincoln,
- let's just say they have
- a higher security clearance.
- So now it's a conspiracy?
- I didn't come here
- to have a debate.
- You're asking me
- to break the law.
- I'm asking you
- to make a mistake.
- Not hurt anyone,
- not steal anything.
- Just...
- forget to lock up.
- Leave the door
- unlocked when you
- leave tonight.
- That's it.
- Please.
- This is where
- you're breaking out of?
- This room?
- There are alarm contacts
- on the glass
- surrounding the door.
- Otherwise I wouldn't
- need you to...
- I was part of your plan.
- Was it all an act?
- At first,
- yes.
- I needed
- to be here.
- But then I wanted
- to be here with you.
- Right.
- And it's killing me to know
- that you'll never believe that.
- Whatever you may
- think of me,
- this is about Lincoln.
- Don't make him pay
- for my mistakes.
( cell phone rings )
( ringing )
- Yeah?
- Hi, it's me.
- There's been an acceleration.
- How fast we talking about?
- Fast. Tonight.
- Son of a bitch.
- I think what you're trying to
- say is no problem?
- Yeah, of course.
- It'll be taken care of.
- Good.
- The van?
- Waiting up Fitz Street,
- 200 yards...
- Behind the old mill?
- Behind the old mill, I got it.
- One question, John.
- Don't you want a bigger plane?
- You've only got three seats.
- I thought you said there were
- seven or eight guys.
- Well, not everybody
- gonna have a ticket.
- You gonna tell me who is?
- The three of us still breathing.
- Two tickets.
- Whatever airport's
- closer to Blackfoot.
- Aisle, window,
- it doesn't matter,
- just get us on the next flight.
( cell phone rings )
- Yeah, I'll hold.
( cell phone ringing )
- Hello?
- Change of plans.
- We're going to need you
- to have the girl
- at the airstrip tonight.
- Tonight?
- Was I not enunciating?
- No, it's just that, uh...
- things could get messy.
- So wear a smock.
( men chuckling )
- Patterson and
- Pope's secretary?
- Come on, man, like you
- wouldn't hit that.
- I don't know, Vegas,
- 2:00 a.m. maybe, but...
- if she didn't have
- such a big booty.
- Man, the booty is
- the man's biggest weakness.
- I know I would've hit it.
( muffled yell )
( muffled yelling )
- Find a way to
- the infirmary yet?
- I'm working on it.
- Yo, you seen Bellick today?
- Not yet.
- I need to talk to him.
- Do you know if
- he went somewhere?
- Do I look like
- his mother?
- The guy hasn't
- shown up yet.
- You sure he ain't
- showed yet?
- 'Cause I thought I saw him
- here this morning, man.
- WESTMORELAND:
- Tweener.
- Need a hand over here.
- Yeah, I'm on it.
- All right?
- Fine.
- Just, uh...
- just sore, that's all.
- You live to my age,
- you'll know all about it.
- You know you got
- a couple foxes
- in your hen house, right?
- Who are we talking about?
- The bastard
- and the born again.
- They both want out of here.
- They'll behave
- until then.
- Think so?
- I just picked this
- off of T-Bag yesterday.
- If I would've been there
- ten seconds later,
- they'd have been serving
- Abruzzi with red sauce
- over at the morgue.
- Now I know you want to be
- shot caller and everything,
- and that's cool,
- but you got to handle
- things, man.
- Are you picking up
- what I'm putting down?
- Yeah.
- Look, this is it, man.
- Ain't no do-overs
- this time.
- Can't be no complications.
- We break out tonight
- or we ain't never
- getting out.
- We got that paperwork
- in from the county.
- Sara?
- Yeah. Sorry.
- The paperwork
- from the county.
- Right.
- I got it.
- Um... do me a favor,
- could you take care
- of that for me?
- I got to get
- out of here.
- Sure.
- Thanks.
- Wait, where are
- you going?
- Out.
- Put your blues on
- over your PI gear.
- What?
- Just do it.
- You want to tell us why?
- If we don't have time to get
- the suits we need,
- we're gonna have
- to make them.
- What the hell
- are you doing, man?
- We got company.
- It's okay.
- He's coming with us.
( locker slams )
- Hey, whatever happened to
- We got too many
- people"?
- When the plan changed,
- so did the timing.
- We'll make sure
- we all get through.
- Well, for health
- reasons, information
- like that should be
- disseminated
- a little more pronto.
- Uh-uh, Fish.
- One more person means
- there's one more thing
- that can go wrong.
- He is not coming.
- It's not up
- for discussion.
- The hell it ain't.
- I owe him.
- I don't owe you a damn thing.
- You're gonna...
- if we get nailed
- 'cause you didn't want
- to cut down on
- your damn guest list.
- Don't worry, it'll be fine.
- Hey.
- Hold up, cons.
- I saw some drops of blood on
- the floor of the PI locker room.
- Now who's going to tell
- me what's going on?
- That'd be me, boss.
- I, uh, did it
- while I was
- loading some equipment
- back into the shed.
- You make sure and
- get that patched up.
- Will do.
- Okay.
- Move it.
- Are you okay?
- Okay enough to make it
- out of here tonight.
- I swear.
( mouthing )
- Hey, Shelly, this is, uh,
- it's me.
- I, listen, I know I'm supposed
- to call you as my sponsor
- in case I have a, um...
- Um...
( wood snaps )
- Whoa!
- Right.
- I think we should break
- a bottle of champagne
- across its bow.
- Well, if you're intending
- to get this thing home
- for your anniversary tonight,
- I wouldn't recommend it.
- No!
- Listen, I want you to know
- that I... well,
- I feel very fortunate
- to have met you.
- Yeah. I'm guessing not
- many structural engineers
- make their way
- into Fox River.
- No, no, I don't mean
- because of your vocation.
- I mean because you're
- a decent young man
- and there are not
- many of those
- who make their way
- into Fox River.
- Well, for what it's worth,
- there are a few down there.
- Well, that's good to hear.
- Listen, I know this goes
- without saying,
- but, uh... if there's
- anything you need...
- well, let's just say
- that I owe you one.
- Actually... there is one thing
- you can do for me.
- LINCOLN:
- So this whole thing
- this whole time,
- was never about me.
- It was about Dad.
- I can't believe...
- Michael?
- Michael!
- What?
- You got something you want
- to tell me?
- Just told you everything
- we knew about Dad was a lie
- and you barely blinked.
- We have to go.
- Tonight.
- What are you talking about?
- Bellick found the hole, so
- either we go now or it's over.
- Michael...
- Look, I know it's
- going to be tight,
- but I can do this.
- Michael, stop it.
- The chains on your locks,
- they're, uh...
- Michael! Michael!
- I can do this!
- Listen to me!
- Go.
- You gotta go.
- Don't say that.
- Look at me!
- You can't do this.
- There's not enough time.
- If you stay here,
- they'll nail you
- and you'll rot in here.
- I'm not asking you, man,
- I'm telling you.
- Leave me behind.
- Go.
- What the hell
- you think you doing?
- Nothing, man.
- You trying to run something
- for those Wonder Breads
- you been running around with?
- No, it ain't
- even like that.
- Tell me something, boy.
- Is you steppin',
- or is you fetchin'?
- I thought I made
- myself clear when I said
- your punk ass
- was no longer in business.
- This ain't business, all right?
- This is personal.
- What you got there anyway?
- Some kind of cleaner?
- What you trying
- to clean up...
- Sergeant Franklin?
( grunts )
( crack )
- nancy?
- NANCY:
- Rumors coming out
- of Vice President Reynolds' camp
- detail a preliminary
- short list of running mates
- should she, as expected,
- win her party's nomination.
- Perhaps the biggest surprise
- is the inclusion
- of Illinois governor
- Frank Tancredi.
- His consideration
- is attributed
- to his reputation for being
- tough on crime.
- And some point to his recent
- refusal to grant clemency
- to Lincoln Burrows,
- the murderer of the vice
- president's brother,
- which was welcomed
- with deep appreciation
- from within
- the Oval Office.
- ANCHOR:
- Thanks, Nancy.
- Locally, a jackknifed big rig
- blocked traffic on the...
- What the hell
- are you doing, John?
- The Lord's work.
- The Lord wants you
- to spread horse crap
- all over your mattress?
- It's not our place
- to question His will.
- Are we clear?
( inmates talking )
- Let's cut
- the chatter, convict.
- Open on 88!
- Yo, what's that?
- Avocado's gear.
- He's getting out
- of the infirmary tonight.
- Tonight?
- So you got plenty of time
- to bake him a cake.
- Hey...
- I heard you were asking
- Patterson about Bellick.
- Said you thought you
- saw him this morning?
- Yeah. I was.
- No, it was yesterday.
- That's when I saw him.
- You sure?
- Yeah.
- You know, time just sort
- of blends together up in here.
- All right.
- Close on 88!
- What am I supposed
- to do with this?
- Pour it in the toilet.
- You got C-Note to steal
- some peroxide
- from the kitchen
- so we can clean the toilet?
- We got to get all of us
- into psych ward tonight
- to access the pipes.
- A bunch of cons wearing
- their prison blues
- would stick out
- like a sore thumb.
- But the inmates
- in the psych ward
- all wear...
- White.
- Peroxide acts as a bleach.
- Camouflage.
- Just a few more hours now.
- Looks like we got
- everything we need...
- Everything except your brother.
- You worry about the suits.
- I'll worry about Linc.
- Could you, uh, give
- us a couple of minutes?
- Of course,
- Mr. President.
- You probably know
- why I'm here.
- If I were
- a betting man,
- I have a pretty
- good idea where
- I'd lay my chips.
- The energy bill, Richard.
- Why did you change your mind?
- You've been saying for months
- it's so full of pork
- the damn thing's
- ready to squeal, and
- now all of a sudden...
- Yes, the bill is flawed, but
- it's better than doing nothing.
- Frankly, I find it
- a little curious
- that you're here,
- telling me to veto a bill
- you voted in favor of.
- You're on the way out.
- Some of us need
- to think ahead.
- Actually, I've been doing
- some thinking ahead
- as well, Caroline--
- specifically, about
- my endorsement.
- What?!
- I'm considering
- making a switch,
- throwing my weight
- behind Senator Challis.
- You can't do that.
- Can't I?
- Caroline,
- you are everything
- that's wrong with politics.
- You vote not
- to legislate change,
- but to profit.
- You run not to make
- a difference,
- but to make demands.
- You put me on your ticket
- not because
- I share your views,
- but because I didn't
- share your gender.
- So don't take
- the moral high ground.
- We all know how
- this game is played.
- Richard, please, I...
- Good day, Caroline.
- Richard!
- R-Richard!
( sighs )
- You know what I got
- my wife for our anniversary?
- What?
- A scarf.
- Well, this is a big one for me.
- I had to do something special.
- Okay, let's get this thing
- down to the car.
- We'll do it all together
- on three.
- Ready? One...
- two... three.
- Upsie...
- Oh, no! Oh, no!
- Put it down,
- put it down, put it down.
- Oh...
- All right, get Scofield up here
- right away!
( splashing )
- It's working.
- All right, get 'em out
- and get 'em dry.
- We got to get 'em on
- under our clothes
- before tier time,
- which is in... 45 minutes.
- You think everyone else
- will be ready?
- We don't have a choice.
- As soon as the gate's open,
- we go.
- We're going to need
- every second.
- MACK:
- Open on 40.
- Scofield, Pope needs
- to see you, ASAP.
- Now?
- What for?
- A Bar Mitzvah. Let's go.
( whispering ):
- It's 6:18, bro.
- You can't...
- MACK:
- Now.
- Hey, Pretty-- Tick Tock.
( indistinct conversation )
- Excuse me a minute.
( sighs ):
- Sara, to what do I owe
- the pleasure?
- I guess to
- congratulations.
- Can't believe I had to hear
- about it on the news.
- Oh, the VP thing--
- well, that's just talk.
- Is it?
- Yeah. What was it
- your mother used to say?
- It's always nice
- to be invited to the dance,
- even if you don't have
- the right shoes."
- Yeah.
- She also used to say,
- You're father's a lying
- bastard," but I figured
- that was just
- the booze talking.
- You know, it's always nice
- to see you, Sara.
- Is there something
- that you needed,
- or did you just
- come by to...
- Just tell me something.
- Did you... did you look at
- the information I gave you
- from Lincoln
- Burrows' attorneys?
- Sweetheart, move on.
- The man's attorneys had a window
- to present new evidence--
- they didn't.
- Now that window is closed.
- I just need to know, did you
- look at the information?
- Come on, Sara.
- Answer me.
- I swear, working at Fox River
- has changed you.
- You're always saying
- you want to make a difference?
- At that place?
- It's too late.
- You should be a teacher,
- so that you can get
- to these people
- before they become...
- Did you look at
- the information?
- I didn't need to.
- I supported the findings
- of the court.
- If you have a problem
- with the verdict,
- go after them.
- But before you do, I suggest
- you look at the guy's rap sheet
- and ask yourself if the world
- will be a better place
- with Lincoln Burrows
- walking the streets.
- Just tell me one thing--
- did they promise you
- the vice presidency
- before or after
- you signed his
- death warrant?
- I will not discuss morality
- with an addict and a thief.
- You want to talk
- reality, Sara?
- How many times did I use
- my influence to keep
- you and one of your junky
- boyfriends out of jail?
- How many?
- Was it three, four times?
- I swear, Sara, it's
- funny, you know?
- You have no trouble whatsoever
- with me bending the law...
- especially when it's bent
- in your direction.
- Grow up.
- PATTERSON:
- You talk to that Tweener kid?
- STOLTE:
- Yeah, he says he got
- his days mixed up,
- but I don't know.
- What?
- Something about
- the way he said it.
- Oh, come on, man, Bellick's
- just taking a personal.
- I don't want to get
- the guy busted.
- And if he's not?
- I'm just saying, it's 6:30
- and no one's heard from the guy.
- We got to tell Pope.
- Okay. I'll tell him.
- VERONICA:
- Did you call the cab
- for the airport?
- No, not yet.
- Why not?
- Come on, the flight
- leaves in an hour.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- I'm starting to think
- that us going to Montana
- might not be
- a good move.
- What are you talking about?
- What if you are right,
- and the smoking gun
- is in that house?
- You think they're just
- gonna let us walk in there
- and make a citizen's arrest?
- Look, Nick,
- I don't know what
- your deal is lately,
- but I'm getting on that plane
- with or without you.
- i can't let u do it
- All this time
- you were one of them?
- Who's pulling
- your leash, Nick?
- Steadman? Kellerman?
- Look at me.
- I want you to remember
- my face when you do whatever
- the hell it is you're gonna do.
- Look at me!
- You're a coward.
( door opens )
- Ah, Scofield's
- outside, sir.
- POPE:
- Okay.
- I want you to try
- every number we have
- for Brad Bellick--
- try his home first.
- His mother
- usually answers.
- Mrs. Bellick?
- Hi. Uh, one moment, please.
- I have Warden Pope here
- for you.
- Mrs. Bellick?
- No cause for alarm, no, no.
- We just... we haven't seen him,
- and we were wondering
- if he might be home
- under the weather.
- So Brad called you when
- he pulled in this morning?
- And he said he was here?
- Okay, well, uh,
- thank you, Mrs. Bellick.
- We'll keep you posted.
- I'm sure he's fine.
- Radio Mack.
- Have him check the parking lot
- for Bellick's truck.
- If he finds it,
- have him call me immediately.
- BECKY:
- This is base.
- What's your 20?
- MARICRUZ:
- I'm pregnant, Fernando.
- I'm gonna have your son.
- But all I know is
- that I'm really scared.
- I'm really scared
- to do this alone.
- John, it's never too late.
- If you'll agree to accept
- Christ into your heart
- and turn from your sin,
- He will forgive you
- and save you in eternity.
- Where's Fibonacci?
- I'll give you Fibonacci
- when the time is right.
- The time is right now.
- No, the time is right
- when you and I
- are both standing
- outside those walls.
- I'm gonna get
- out of here someday,
- and when I do...
- ...don't think I won't remember
- what your front steps look like,
- Susie.
( spits )
- C-NOTE:
- I'm... being shipped back off.
- How many times I got to say it?
- You only got
- one thing I need.
- POPE:
- I've got some bad news,
- Charles.
- Your daughter's got
- esophageal cancer,
- and she wants to see you
- while there's still time.
- How long does she have?
- Hospital says a week.
( soft, gasping breaths )
( pained groan )
( gasping breaths )
( electrical buzzing )
- POPE:
- I read somewhere where
- the actual Taj Mahal
- appears pink in the morning,
- milky white in the evening,
- and golden
- when the moon shines.
- The changes, they say,
- depict the different emotions
- of a woman.
- I can tell you something,
- if we don't get this
- thing fixed tonight,
- I don't want to know
- what kind of emotion
- my wife is gonna have
- if I walk through that door
- empty-handed.
- It's strange-- I mean,
- it just gave way.
- We lifted it up, and
- the support beam snapped.
- What's this?
- The support.
- The one that holds up that beam.
- You took it?
- I'm sorry...
- but I needed to get
- back in here.
- I-I-I don't understand,
- why would you...
- I'm breaking out.
- And you're gonna make sure
- my brother goes with me.
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