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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 5
-Previoulsy on Prison Break...
-I didn't kill that man, Michael.
-The evidence says you did.
-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 you want to see Burrows so bad, anyhow?
-'Cause he's my brother.
-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 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.
-I'm going to kill that scum.
-You won't. You kill him, you kill our express ticket out of here.
-What're you doing here? Where's Maricruz?
-She's with me now.
-Fish, I gotta be back in.
-Nick Savrinn with Project Justice.
-My boss may not think Lincoln's case is worth looking into, but I do.
-When do we get started?
-Getting through this wall is just the beginning.
-There's a whole lot of real estate in between here and the outside walls.
-That is a transfer request.
-Michael Scofield is getting shipped out tomorrow.
-I assume this is about your transfer request for Michael Scofield.
-More specifically, why you denied it.
-Look, Mr. Kellerman,
-do I come into your house and tell you where to put your furniture?
-We're just asking for professional courtesy.
-But you're asking for a federal courtesy in a state penitentiary.
-Most people in your position would be happy to have another body taken off
their hands.
-These men are my responsibility from the minute they walk through those walls
-to the time that they've paid their debt to society, I'm responsible for them.
-Which means that unless Mr. Scofield has done something I don't know about,
-he is going to stay here at Fox River under my watch.
-Mr. Pope, in our line of work, we've discovered that
-just about everyone has done something that someone doesn't know about.
-What's this?
-Right now, just a piece of history.
-Whether it becomes a current event, now that's up to you.
-My wife already knows about Toledo.
-Does she really?
-You're a smart man, Warden.
-I'm sure if you look hard enough, you could find a reason why Michael
Scofield's
-presence is no longer required at this particular correctional facility.
-Could use more PVC. here, boss.
-Boss?
-Sure thing, Burrows.
-But, hey, I don't want to check your trunk for splinters.
-I want every piece accounted for. Sure.
-I got a ripped fertilizer bag inside!
-Hey, you!
-You!
-Get in there and clean it up before this whole place starts smelling like San
Juan.
-Hey, he's on his way. You mind telling me what this is all about?
-These are the guys we're breaking out with.
-I don't think so, Fish.
-That was not our agreement.
-I'm not going to work with this...
-crazy rhino.
-Keep pushing it, John.
-Yeah, I keep pushing it, you know. Huh?
-What's your deal, man?
-Touch my brother again, and I'll show you.
-Brother?
-Your brother?
-We've only got a few minutes.
-We're gonna spend them spitting on each other, or are we gonna talk some
business?
-The reason we're all here today is we have a decision to make--
-Yeah?
-English, Fitz or Percy?
-If we're going to pull this off, we need to take one of them out.
-And you want us to tell you which one?
-I just want you to help me get to them.
-I'll take it from there.
-You're crazy, you know that?
-All I need is five minutes.
-Oh, you won't even get five seconds.
-Thought you had everything worked out, Fish.
-We're not breaking out of a Jamba Juice, gentlemen.
-It's gonna take a little more than digging a few holes.
-There are eyes, ears, dots that couldn't be connected from the outside.
-And English, Fitz and Percy...
-One of those dots.
-How exactly are you supposed to pull this off?
-With a little help from my friends.
-Sucre, hold up.
-Scofield, you got company.
-Why do I get the feeling that there's more to you than meets the eye, Scofield?
-Anything you want to tell me?
-Some other reason you're in here, besides holding up a bank?
-You're being transferred.
-What?
-We're moving you over to Statesville.
-You can't do that.
-Yes, I can. I'm the boss here.
-This is my house.
-Three weeks.
-What for?
-Lincoln Burrows-- he's being executed in three weeks.
-Well, I'm aware of that. What's that to you?
-He's my brother.
-When I knew I was being sent to prison, my attorney petitioned the D.O.C.
-So you could be near him.
-That's right.
-Don't take that away from me.
-Not until it's over.
-I'm not the one behind the transfer.
-You're up against much bigger fish than me.
-I'll arrange for you to say good-bye.
-You ship out tomorrow.
-I'm going into the walls tonight, see if I can access the roof.
-You going to tell me about the transfer?
-I'm taking care of it.
-You're taking care of it?
-Sounds to me like you're reaching.
-Maybe...
-a little.
-A little? You know, I had made my peace to what was coming.
-and then you show up and give me the one thing a man in my situation shouldn't
have--
-hope-- and now that's gonna be taken away.
-- Don't do this, Linc.
- I got three weeks.
-What do you want me to do?
-Hmm?
-Come on, Michael.
-What do you want me to do?
-Bring her back.
-You know I can't do that.
-But look, there's some stuff that I can do.
-It's not gonna be the same, but we're gonna figure it out.
-And, no matter what, it's still gonna be me and you.
-Okay, but what if something happens to you?
-You just... have a little faith.
-Just have a little faith.
-All right, here's the deal.
-We believe Lincoln. This tape is a lie.
-It has to be.
-You saw it. It's all there.
-Yeah, but, maybe what we're looking for is what's not there.
-Okay. Steadman.
-You see, what's he looking at?
-Car? A pedestrian?
-No, no, no. His eye line is too high, right?
-It's like he's looking right into the camera.
-Might as well be saying "cheese."
- Now he just sits there.
-- Like, 10, 15 seconds, as if he was...
- Waiting for someone.
- Right.
-There.
-That's a nine millimeter.
-Shouldn't there be some kind of kick or something?
-Lincoln's pretty strong.
-Yeah, but strong enough to bury a recoil?
-No. You shoot someone, supposedly for revenge,
-do you take the time to go back in and hit the glove box
-or you just get the hell out of there?
-Fed said he was trying to make it look like a robbery.
-Look.
-Look at Lincoln's angle as he leaves the frame.
-Mm-hmm.
-Walks away from the car.
-Now, this guy, who conveniently hides his face from the camera,
-he comes back in. Why?
-To explain the bloody pants they'd already planted in his apartment.
- Nick, this is great.
- Yeah.
-Who should we go to?
-Nobody.
-Yet. I mean, to the unbiased eye, we're just backing a horse that died in the
gate.
-A lot of "what ifs" and conjecture, you know.
-We don't have anything. We need some evidence.
-Look, if... if Lincoln didn't fire this gun,
-then somebody with some serious skills went to work on this tape to prove that
he did.
-Fine, but how do we prove that?
-I know a guy.
-You know a guy?
-Yeah, I know a guy.
-Thanks.
-Seems we need to have another powwow.
-There's been talk about you packing your bags.
-Don't believe everything you hear.
-I'm not going anywhere.
-You know, I have a really hard time trusting you, Fish.
-The important thing is that we stay on schedule.
-And English, Fitz and Percy?
-English, Fitz or Percy.
-You want to know which one I think we should take out?
-All due respect, I don't need opinions.
-I need answers.
-Remember, the warden leaves at 5:00 tonight,
-so by 5:05, we're going to need that key.
-And how is this key going to give you the answers?
-I'll worry about that.
-You worry about getting the key.
-Hey.
-This key better be worth it.
-Understand?
-Afternoon, Mr. Scofield.
-I need to know if there's any way to block a transfer order.
-There's about 50 ways.
-All right.
-I'll take the quickest.
-You file a motion for what they call an "interlocutory injunction."
-How long does that take?
-How fast can you write?
-A man can claim almost anything violates his constitutional rights.
-There's environmental issues, allergies, religious requirements, take your
pick.
-- What if they don't buy it?
-- Don't matter.
-Court's required by law to hear your motion.
-Until they do, you can't be transferred.
-Hell, they been trying to move my tired, gray behind for ten years.
-God bless the American legal system.
-Why do you want to stay in here so badly?
-Someone here I can't bear to leave behind.
-I guess that means we got something in common.
-State's requiring a physical for Lincoln Burrows.
-You heard the news, didn't you?
-Thanks. No. What?
-They're brothers.
- Who?
- Burrows and Scofield.
-Michael Scofield?
-Heard it from one of the C.O.s over in gen pop.
-He didn't say anything to you about it?
-No.
-Oh. Must be hard to be here so close to your brother
-and not be able to do anything to help him.
-What's this?
-More bathroom reading.
-Westmoreland again?
-Scofield.
-He's blocking his transfer.
-Even if the motion is denied, it's going to take 30 days to process.
-And that means...
-All right, I'm going in.
-I'm going to need your help.
-You mean in-in?
-Now? I thought you were waiting...
-I need to make sure I know how I'm getting up there, so when the time comes...
-Yo, yo, yo.
-In case you didn't notice, the lights are all on.
-We got a live studio audience, Fish.
-How are you going to get around that?
-Don't we have some laundry to do?
-Just to be clear, I ain't touching your drawers.
-Eyes straight ahead.
-Keep it moving.-Keep it moving.-Keep it moving.
-Him.
-Get him! Get him!-Get him!
-Get off me!
-Get him! Get him!-Get him!
-Get off me!
-Fish!
-I can't deal with this.
-Fish.
-Come on.
-Yo, Fish!
-Fish, you're taking too long, bro!
-This ain't gonna fly, man.
-The 'Ricans, we got genetically higher blood pressure, you know that?
-My cousin, he died from too much stress.
-Thought you said your cousin was moving in on your girl.
-That's my other cousin, but thanks for bringing that up, jackass.
-Look, the good news is, I can get to the roof.
-So what happens now?
-Now?
-It's all about timing.
-This is a top-dollar job.
- Do you know who did it?
- No. You?
-People who do this kind of work are ghosts, man.
-The guy behind the guy behind the guy, you know what I mean?
-You see anything? Definitive cuts?
-Any place that proves the tape might've been doctored?
-The thing's clean.
-No footprints.
-I mean, usually, you peel a video back a couple of layers and anything bogus
comes off.
-You know, now you see it, now you don't.
-But not this one.
-It's laced.
-Ingrained.
-Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- you see something?
- No.
-The problem with your eyes is that they play tricks on you.
-Now, but your ears...
-ears don't lie.
-Look. Here's the audio track from the tape.
-- Sound pretty true, right?
- Yeah.
-But noise is a lie.
-See, it doesn't just die like that.
-Stripped down, those levels should be dancing.
-I mean, a room that size would give you a...
-a... blam, blam, blam, blam. You know?
-Like, one off each wall, split second after the other.
-On yours, the reverb's bouncing at the same time.
-What does that mean?
-The sound of the gunshot, it wasn't recorded in that room.
-Would you testify to that?
-Oh, I, uh... I don't know.
-Tape you gave me's a dupe.
-You know, for all I know, you guys tampered with it.
-Look, you want me to testify in court,
-I'm going to need to get my hands on the original.
- How are those allergies?
- Excuse me?
-In your motion, you cited chronic, um...
- Sinusitis.
- Hmm.
-It's not an allergy, actually.
-It's a bacterial infection.
-Hmm?
-The moist air from the river along the east wall helps keep me, you know...
-clear.
-I'm impressed.
-Not even a week in here and you're already working it like an old con.
-Well, you've got one up on me, Warden.
-You know why I needed to file those motions,
-but I have no idea why you needed to transfer me.
-Traffic control, Scofield, that's all.
-Traffic control.
-Look, it's coming up on 5:00.
-What do you say we call it a day?
-- I don't think I can do that, sir.
- Why not?
-If I let go of this support right now, the whole thing's coming down.
-See, the Taj was designed using axial force,
-a series of internal forces along a longitudinal axis.
-Uh-huh, yeah.
-How much longer?
-Depends on how long it takes to dry.
-If you need me to leave, I can show your secretary how to hold it.
-All right, you can stay till it dries.
-There'll be a guard waiting outside the door.
-Just check in with Becky when you're done
-and she'll have somebody escort you back to your cell.
-All right.
-And, uh, Scofield...
-I want to thank you for showing up today.
-I would have understood it if you didn't.
-We had a deal.
-Right.
-Still, thanks.
-My wife is going to love it.
-You're welcome.
- see you tomorrow, sir.
- Patterson.
- Good night, Warden.
- night, Becky.
-We just happen to be two people, who happen to know each other,
-who happen to show up at the same movie theater,
-at what happens to be the same time.
-That's it.
-You know, from this angle, you look just as good as you did when we first met.
-How about from this one?
-Even better.
- Oh.
- Uh-uh.
-Those are for your guests.
-Guests?
-Your associates?
-They said you had a meeting.
-They're in the den.
-Evening, Warden.
-There's nothing I can do.
-I'm legally obligated to file every properly drafted motion with the court
-so that a hearing can be scheduled.
-And how long does that take?
-A month, maybe two if there's a logjam.
-I'm sorry, but it's out of my hands.
-Why do I get the feeling you're not all that disappointed?
-May I ask you a question, Warden?
-More of an observation, really.
-I was looking at the, um,
-morgue photos from that boy back in Toledo, Will Clayton.
-And, my Lord, if he wasn't the spitting image of his daddy.
-Apple fell real far from the tree with that one, didn't it?
-Fell off the tree, fell all over the pavement.
-You son of a bitch.
-Your wife gave you a pass on the affair.
-Something tells me that's pretty much all the forgiveness she's got left in her
bag.
-Especially when it comes to an illegitimate child.
-What happened with young Will, Warden?
-Get out of my house.
-Lose Scofield's paperwork.
-You gentlemen staying for dinner?
-Thanks, but I think we're on our way.
-Judy, it was a real pleasure.
-Thank you.
-And that just may have been the best iced tea I've ever had.
-Warden, better do everything you can to hold on to this one.
-I will.
-Good.
-Is everything all right?
-Oh, yeah. Just fine, honey.
-I just have a little unfinished work to take care of.
-I'll be right in.
-Okay.
-It's all clear.
-Evening, Lincoln.
-Doctor.
-I'm, uh, supposed to give you a physical this evening.
- Mm-Hmm.
-- Believe me,
-apologize in advance for the heavy dose of irony we're about to participate in.
-That's all right.
-Just doing your job.
-Yeah, well, letting the state know that you're healthy enough to execute
-is not why I went to medical school.
-Hmm.
-I apologize.
-It's okay.
-All right.
-I'm, uh, going to need a family medical history from you,
-any ailments or conditions that are hereditary.
-Start with your mom.
-Hmm... cancer, liver.
-Okay, father?
-Um, split when I was young.
-Siblings?
-Anyone besides Michael?
-Fox River's a small town, Lincoln.
-People around here don't have a whole lot to do besides time and talk.
-You close?
-We were.
-How about now?
-Huh?
-How about now?
-He's been abandoned his whole life.
-Dad, Mom, she died young, and now me.
-Think that's why he's here?
-'Cause your...
-your death would feel like it's happening again?
-I abandoned him a long time ago. That's why he's here.
-Gates closing!
-It's time.
-Time?
-Oh, God, here we go again.
-Count's in 15 minutes.
-What are you doing?
-Trust me, the less you know, the better.
-The less I know?
-Man, you got me in the dark.
-That's exactly where you want to be.
-Don't normally find you here at this hour.
-Are you, uh, seeking his forgiveness or advice?
-I really don't know anymore, Ben.
-All I know is my son Will was my responsibility.
-And if I'd stayed in his life, I could have saved his life.
-His death was an accident, Henry.
-He was a criminal and an addict, but he was only 18 years old.
-His mother made it clear you couldn't be in his life
-if you weren't going to be in hers.
-When you chose to stay with Judy, you understood that.
-I not only understood it, I was grateful for it.
-I told myself I...
-I was respecting her wishes.
-I cursed her under my breath while every day
-I thanked God for allowing me to wash my hands of...
-of Toledo...
-all of it.
-So, I ran home to Judy.
-I buried the secret.
-But I never got a chance to...
-to bury my...
-my son.
-What kind of a person does that, Ben?
-Sacrifices somebody else's life just to make their own life easier?
-You can argue with me all night.
-Believe me, I haven't got anything better to do.
-But it won't change the fact that
-I can't just hand out original copies of evidence.
-If you could just take a look...
-Oh, I don't care if your FOIL is signed by the attorney general,
-I can't give it to you.
-What if we brought somebody here to watch it?
-Your supervisor could monitor him the entire time.
-He'd strip down, swear on a stack of bibles. Whatever it takes.
-Wait, what did you say the docket number was?
-It's, uh, 296-SPE.
-What's wrong?
-Come with me.
-Last night, a pipe burst upstairs, flooded the place.
-Files from over a hundred cases, pretty much lost all of them, including yours.
-Just this room?
-Some kind of freak accident.
-Count 'em.
-Callahan...
-Malinowski, Pohlen.
-Chance, Graziano.
-Scofield, Sucre.
-Scofield.
-Get the hell out here.
-We got a runner!
-All right, for the last time, pi馻ta, where the hell's Scofield?
-He's gone, you're gone. You hear me?
-Call it off, Captain.
-I got Scofield right here.
-Where?
-In the warden's office.
-You looking at him?
-Stop trying to nail the secretary and check the damn office!
-Captain, he's gone.
-Man can't just vanish, deputy.
-I know, sir.
-He never checked out with you?
- No.
- and the rear door?
-It's still locked, sir. I checked.
-How the hell did he...?
-What's going on?
-You're in the warden's office after hours.
-I could kill you and the paperwork wouldn't need much more than the date!
-Tell me, what were you doing in here?
-All right, deputy, that's enough.
-Work wasn't dry, you said to stay until it was.
- you were in here the whole time?
- Yes, sir.
-It's true. I never saw him leave.
-I must not have seen him behind the table.
-Warden, all due respect, this is ridiculous!
- this prisoner was out of his cell.
- he missed the count.
-I understand, deputy.
-Thing is, Mr. Scofield is not our problem anymore.
-Seems there was an error in his paperwork.
-He's going to be transferred after all.
-That's not possible.
-Escort the prisoner back to his cell.
-Warden, all I need is three weeks.
-Get off me!
-Hey, come on, now!
-Please, I just need a little time.
-Just give me the time.
-Any chance you want to write this off as a coincidence?
-Me, neither.
-How could they have known we were coming for the tape?
-Three hours ago, we didn't even know.
-Well, we're pissing someone off.
-You say that like it's a good thing.
-People start breaking the law, you know you're getting warm.
-We still have our copy of the tape, so maybe...
-Nick.
-Stay here.
-Whoever it was is gone.
-Does it look like they got anything?
-No.
-Everything's exactly the way I left it.
-What? What?
-What?
-- The tape, it's gone.
- are you sure?
-How could they know?
-Let's think this through.
-How could they know exactly where to look?
-Wait, wait. Does anyone else have a key to this place?
-- No!
- you sure this is where you put it?
-You were here, remember?
-I was talking to you, I walked toward the cabinet, and I said...
-What?
-Veronica?
-Are you okay?
-Veronica?
-Open up!
-Breakfast, gentleman!
-Let's move it!
-Sucre, let's go.
-Scofield, wait here.
-I'm sure your ride will be along any minute now.
-This can't be it.
-It can't end like this.
-Let's move it!
-Fitz.
-What?
-They were going to take Fitz out.
-It was as clear as day.
-And the cops?
-How long did it take them to respond?
-You got all the timing down?
-Think we would have made it?
-Sucre, now.
-Hey, Fishface, where you going?
-Call my wife,
-tell her to get the kids and get the hell out of the country.
-I'm sorry.
-Don't forget to buckle up.
-What's this prisoner doing out of his cell?
-Being transferred.
-No, no, no, no.
-There must be some kind of a mistake.
-This man filed a motion yesterday.
-He has a medical condition which precludes transfer.
-Sinusitis, right?
-Sinusitis.
-Take the prisoner back to his cell.
-But yank his rec time.
-He missed count last night.
-Hey.
-You're home early.
-Everything okay?
-Yeah.   -Yeah, it is.
-There's just, um...
-Judy...
-there's someone I need to tell you about.
-Yes?
-The transfer didn't go through.
-That's disappointing.
-We can refile, but the warden...
-It's a waste of time.
-I think it's time we stop beating around the bush, gentlemen,
-and go after the damn bush!
-Burrows.
-What do you want done?
-Take the only thing Burrows has left: time.
-After all, the chair isn't the only way to take a man's life in prison.
 
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