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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 8
- Previously on Prison Break.
- I'm looking for someone.
- A guy named Lincoln Burrows.
- The 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.
- Nick Savrinn, as of now,
- both of you are dead.
- This is Bellick.
- Our wing has been breached.
- Marilyn, no!
- The chair isn't the only way to
- take a man's life in prison.
- What are you doing?
- Your father's already in trouble.
- There's nothing we can do about it.
- Come on.
- My first assignments on PI,
- we were up here cleaning out toxic mold.
- PI didn't go there.
- We'd never assign inmates to do that.
- Tyler, Robert.
- This here must be
- your daughter.
- It's over!
- We don't need him no more.
- You're not gonna kill him.
- One for the team.
- 17 days from now they strap my
- brother to an electric chair...
- Send 50,000 bolts coursing through
- his body for a crime he didn't commit.
- I'm here to make sure
- that doesn't happen.
- I've been in Fox River
- nearly three weeks now.
- In that time, I've managed to
- get out the back of my cell
- and into the old steam pipes
- that run through the prison.
- Those pipes are our way out.
- Think of this place
- like a map of the U.S.
- Our cell over there,
- that's New York City.
- The infirmary, our exit,
- that's California.
- The pipes beneath our feet
- that connect the two...
- Route 66.
- Route 66.
- Our ticket out of here.
- I assume we're
- doing this at night.
- That's right.
- We're locked up, Fish,
- and your boy is in solitary.
- How are we just gonna
- fly out of our cages
- and right into your cell,
- right into New York City?
- You're not.
- You're gonna meet me half way,
- in Saint Louis.
- Route 66 runs directly
- beneath that building.
- It's the only building sitting
- on top of those tunnels.
- All we gotta do is
- get in there on PI...
- and dig ourselves an on-ramp.
- Shortly after,
- we hit the infirmary.
- Then we'll be
- outside those walls.
- What's in there?
- It's an old storage room.
- Figure John here can pull
- all the strings he needs.
- It's not that easy, Fish.
- That's a restricted area.
- I got to be able to
- justify it to the bulls
- and how it's got to be some
- actual work to be done in there
- for me to get in there.
- You follow?
- Then you better figure it out.
- 'Cause if we don't
- get in that room,
- we're not getting out of here.
- Feeling kind of left out.
- New York? California? Saint Louis?
- What are we discussing?
- Talking baseball, actually.
- Huh?
- Now that's a subject I just
- happen to know quite a bit about.
- What a shame.
- The conversation's over.
- Really now?
- That any way to
- treat a teammate?
- I'm coming along on this endeavor
- whether you like it or not.
- 'Cause I've got a hell of
- a singing voice otherwise.
- I won't take that
- piece of crap along.
- - I won't do it.
- Me neither.
- We won't have to.
- He'll be out of the picture soon enough.
- The state provides
- $25,000 insurance,
- plus donations from the Illinois
- Corrections Officers Foundation.
- That's the last thing on
- my mind right now, Warden.
- Do you know who killed him?
- We have some leads.
- But I can promise you this:
- we are not gonna rest until
- we find out what happened.
- His pictures are missing.
- He had a photo of
- our daughter in here.
- Not to worry. We'll find them.
- I begged him not
- to take this job.
- Shauna, I am so sorry.
- I'll walk you to your car.
- Captain.
- I need to speak with
- you for a second.
- I'll meet you in the hallway.
- I want the son of a
- bitch who did this.
- Now you do whatever you
- need to do to find him.
- You understand?
- I've got five boxes.
- You want to give me a hand?
- Veronica?
- That phone call was textbook scare
- tactics. That's what they want.
- They want to scare us from
- doing what they know we can do.
- - And what's that?
- Expose them.
- This guy bothering you again,
- Miss Donovan?
- No, Lucasz. The other night was my
- fault. It was a misunderstanding.
- Okay, but if you
- need anything...
- Trust me.
- You'll be the first person I call.
- Here. Let me.
- Those boxes contain seven years
- of criminal appellate work.
- If there's a precedent
- in there somewhere
- that can help us suspend Lincoln's
- execution, we're gonna find it.
- You can just leave those by the door,
- Lucasz. I'll bring them in.
- Oh, that's okay.
- I've got your key right here.
- If I didn't know better,
- I would say Lucasz was sweet on you.
- Very funny.
- Fire.
- What?
- Fire. We burn the place down.
- How's that gonna help us?
- A few years ago,
- the chapel burned down
- and the D.O.C.
- realized they had some toxic issues--
- you know, asbestos,
- lead paint, you name it.
- They couldn't find a contractor,
- so they put the inmates on the job.
- We spent like five,
- six hours in there at a time.
- But the good news is no guards
- came around almost at all.
- Can you get us in there?
- Been doing a little,
- uh, thinking.
- I'm gonna need a PI card,
- aren't I?
- I mean that's where this whole
- thing is happening, isn't it?
- It's on its way.
- You're slow-walking me,
- aren't you?
- Why would I do such a thing?
- You think Bellick's gonna pop
- me for shanking that C.O. Bob.
- Maybe you'll take a little walk
- and tell him for yourself, right?
- Then, I'll be out of
- your hair for good.
- Well, I got news for you.
- If I go down for killing Bob,
- believe me,
- I'm gonna take a
- little walk of my own.
- Tell them about that hole
- you got behind your toilet.
- So...
- how about that PI card?
- I don't know if you remember,
- but that summer
- before fifth grade,
- when I stayed with
- you a couple weeks,
- and you thought I broke
- your glass coffee table...
- Uh-huh.
- And when you came home,
- I denied it.
- But you told me you could care
- less about the coffee table.
- You just didn't want
- me lying to you.
- And you said I'd feel a lot better
- if I just told you the truth.
- And you promised
- not to be angry.
- I remember.
- Well, I broke it.
- I know.
- You know, if there's anything that
- you want to get off your chest,
- you can tell me.
- And I promise I
- won't get angry.
- You want to know if
- I killed that guy.
- I, uh, went there planning
- to do something wrong.
- But I didn't kill that guy.
- Someone's working hard to
- make it look like I did.
- Anyway, there's a chance the
- execution may not happen.
- What?
- Veronica's working my case.
- I got a reporter coming today who
- actually believes I'm innocent.
- So I ain't dead yet.
- LJ, look at me.
- You got to have faith, kid.
- Just have a little faith.
- Kellerman.
- Well?
- Taken care of.
- Good.
- Now move on to
- the second thing.
- If you could see what
- we're looking at,
- believe me,
- Burrows is gonna get the message.
- Which is what you've
- assured me of before,
- yet that message keeps
- getting returned to sender.
- Now move on the second
- thing and report back.
- We're headed there now.
- You're thinking too much.
- Yeah, God forbid.
- He's gonna toss every cell in this
- block until he finds the killer.
- He tosses this one, he's gonna find
- the hole back there in a heartbeat.
- I know.
- We got to turn him in.
- That's the only way it'll stop.
- We turn him in, he'll talk.
- So we're screwed either way,
- aren't we?
- Which one?
- Right there. Saint Louis.
- What the hell are
- you doing here?
- Clean up detail.
- We thought this was storage.
- This look like storage to you,
- you idiot? It's a restricted area!
- It's the guard's break room.
- Now back it up!
- - Back it up, now!
- Sorry.
- Won't happen again.
- Frickin' break room.
- Are you kidding me?
- They must have changed
- it since the retrofit.
- The bulls are camped out in there.
- They'll never leave.
- You got a backup plan?
- - There isn't one.
- It's the only room sitting
- on top of that pipe.
- It's the only way out,
- and we've gotta get back in there.
- Impossible, Fish.
- Maybe not. Check it out.
- I don't get it.
- How does he get in there?
- He's a trustee,
- ones with a high security clearance.
- Why him?
- He can be trusted.
- How does one become a trustee?
- Just have a spotless record
- for the last 30 years.
- Pretty much count's
- all of us out.
- Which means we've
- gotta get him on board.
- Forget it.
- The guy's a Boy Scout.
- Mr. Westmoreland?
- Hey, Michael.
- Have you found your cat yet?
- Still M.I.A.
- You can always get another.
- - I don't want another.
- Besides, it's a moot point.
- She was grandfathered.
- Once she's gone, no more pets.
- Wouldn't be an issue if
- you were on the outside.
- Still tugging on
- that leash, eh?
- Yup.
- And this is the part where I
- extend a formal invitation.
- 'Cause you still
- think I'm D.B. Cooper?
- I don't think, I know.
- The way I see it,
- you're in here doing 60-to-life
- for vehicular manslaughter.
- It would have been 20,
- but the car you
- were in was stolen.
- Felony murder rule
- cubes up your sentence,
- and here you are.
- Hitting that woman was an accident.
- But the car?
- No one accidentally
- steals a car.
- So the question is,
- why would Charles Westmoreland
- be in Arizona boosting a car
- ten states away from
- where he lived,
- and only ten miles away
- from the Mexican border?
- And why, two days before that,
- would someone make a phone call to
- his wife from a motel in Portland,
- a stone's throw away
- from the airport,
- out of which, shortly after,
- Flight 305 was hijacked
- by one D.B. Cooper.
- Seven hours after
- the hijacking,
- records show Charles Westmoreland
- was treated for a busted knee
- at a free clinic
- in Brigham City.
- Only way to get from Portland,
- Oregon, to Brigham City, Utah,
- in seven hours was in a car,
- breaking every land speed
- record known to man, or flying.
- It's public record D.B. Cooper jumped
- out of that 727 about an hour after
- take off.
- Taking a dive at 10,000 feet
- with $1.5 million in cash
- in a hastily packed parachute,
- might make for a
- pretty rough landing.
- Rough enough to
- shatter some bones,
- maybe even a left knee.
- D.B. Cooper would've had a car
- waiting for him when he landed.
- According to DMV
- records in 1971,
- Charles Westmoreland was the
- proud owner of a '65 Chevy Nova.
- As it happens,
- a '65 Chevy Nova with the
- registration number scraped off
- was found abandoned with a blown
- gasket along the Arizona border,
- a mile or two away from where
- you accidentally hit that woman
- with your stolen car.
- Interesting story.
- Interesting man.
- But you didn't
- answer one thing.
- What's that?
- Maybe I did hurt my knee.
- I did steal that car.
- And I did accidentally
- hit that poor lady.
- But how could I have hijacked a
- plane in Portland on November 24
- when I was in Folsom finishing up
- a 30-day drunk and disorderly?
- I hope you aren't hanging this
- whole escape on that money,
- 'cause I'm not the one
- in possession of it.
- Thanks for the invite though.
- Veronica.
- Veronica. Come on.
- We're okay.
- How is this okay, Nick?
- Somebody just tried to kill us.
- I know. I was there.
- Then act like it, okay?
- We just watched a man burn to
- death right in front of us.
- My God.
- Lucasz... my God.
- It's okay. It's okay.
- We just left him there.
- There was nothing we
- could do for him.
- He was dead as soon as
- he opened the door.
- I am trying so hard to
- understand all this, Nick.
- Who these people are,
- what they want,
- how we just walked away from there
- without even calling the police.
- We did it because these people we're
- dealing with won't stop until
- we're dead.
- Now, if they think we're dead,
- like they do right now,
- maybe we get a little
- breathing room here,
- we figure out what
- our next move is.
- No, we should go to the police.
- I've been telling myself the same thing,
- but you know what?
- They're bigger than the police.
- Now, we go to the authorities
- and all we're gonna be doing
- is broadcasting to them
- that we're still alive.
- And then we got that target
- right in our back's again.
- We can't hide forever.
- No, no, maybe not forever, but
- I think I know a place we can,
- at least for a little while.
- We just have to go in
- there ourselves then.
- Like I said, unless the old man's in,
- it's not possible.
- And even if it were,
- with the guards in there,
- there's no way in hell they're just
- gonna sit back and watch us start
- a fire.
- See, I already figured that part out.
- I've been thinking.
- And?
- That thing you're doing
- at the Pope's office?
- Using rubber cement?
- Yeah?
- Can you get some out of there?
- Maybe. Why?
- Look, there's a coffeemaker
- in the guard's room, right?
- I've got a hookup with one
- of my boys in the kitchen.
- If we can get rubber cement in
- the bottom of that coffeepot,
- when the burner goes on...
- It's a good idea.
- But without Westmoreland,
- we're never getting in that room.
- He doesn't want to be
- a part of the escape?
- No.
- Then what does he want?
- He's gotta want something.
- Everybody wants something.
- Come on, kitty. Come on.
- Yes, that's a good girl.
- I don't believe it.
- Thank you.
- - You're welcome.
- Where'd you find her?
- In the yard, by the chapel.
- Why do I get the feeling there's
- a string attached to this?
- Not a string, just a favor.
- - I'm not D.B. Cooper.
- - That's all right.
- 'Cause it's not gonna take D.B.
- Cooper to do what I need done.
- What's that?
- All I want you to do
- is take a certain coffeepot into
- the guard room at a certain time
- and turn the burner on.
- Why?
- Let's just say it would be
- in everyone's best interest
- if a fire were to
- start in there.
- Marilyn, did you think he
- was the arsonist type?
- I'm not.
- I'm the clean-up crew type.
- The type that gets access
- to all kinds of tools.
- Michael, I'm grateful for this.
- I really am.
- But I've made it a point to keep my nose
- clean ever since I walked into
- this place.
- 32 years without a blemish.
- If that parole board date ever comes,
- I wanna be ready.
- I can't jeopardize that.
- Sorry.
- Michael.
- Thanks, though. Really.
- After what you went
- through in the riot,
- I thought you might
- take a day off.
- I'm fine.
- I, uh, couldn't find anybody
- to cover for me anyway.
- I hope you don't feel
- like you owe me anything.
- I do.
- I'm, uh...
- I really appreciate
- what you did for me.
- But?
- But you told me that you had been
- up in the crawl space for PI,
- and PI was never
- assigned to go there.
- We're done here, right?
- Michael, don't be like that.
- I just...
- I just want some answers.
- Thanks for the shot, Doc.
- Sue Parsons. Headline Press.
- Thanks for coming by.
- I appreciate you
- taking the time.
- I appreciate you
- looking into my case.
- So what can you tell me?
- From what I understand,
- you have numerous people working
- on your behalf as we speak.
- Yeah, um, well, Veronica Donovan,
- she's my attorney, and
- Nick Savrinn, he, uh,
- works at Project Justice.
- Savrinn, okay.
- Have they gotten very far?
- Nothing to go to court with.
- Not yet, anyway.
- You ever think it's
- just time to let go?
- Accept what happened?
- Let go? Yeah.
- Accept what happened? Never.
- I mean,
- would you if someone had set you up?
- Destroyed your life?
- I guess I'm thinking in
- terms of the pain and anguish
- it's caused your
- friends and loved ones.
- People who care about me,
- they believe me.
- That's all that matters to me right now.
- It's all I got.
- You have a son.
- Lincoln, Jr.? LJ?
- Yeah. Why?
- I have a source that tells me
- if you accept what happened and
- stop fighting your execution,
- your son will be
- left out of this.
- If not,
- I hope you said good-bye to him
- when he left here this morning.
- Who are you?
- One Burrows is gonna die.
- Up to you which one.
- Who are you?!
- Who are you?!
- Hey!
- Don't let her go.
- She threatened my son!
- Please, no!
- She threatened my son! No!
- LJ Burrows?
- Yeah.
- I'm Officer Hale
- with Juvenile Court.
- We just need to do a quick
- survey of the residence,
- make sure the environment here is
- reflective of the terms of
- your probation.
- Your parents home?
- No, but they'll be
- home any minute.
- Well then...
- better get started.
- LJ and his dad--
- you never said how it
- went this morning.
- Sounded fine.
- Of course, everything a 15-year-old
- boy tells his mother is fine.
- Look, no offense, but can I see
- some kind of identification?
- Sure.
- LJ, we're home!
- LJ, you here?
- Oh, my God.
- Drop the phone, lady.
- This is the only warning I'm giving you.
- Drop it.
- Run!
- Pick up, pick up.
- Please answer. Come on.
- LJ...
- we're not here to hurt you.
- Whoa, whoa...
- 911... send.
- You really think you're going to get
- to four buttons before I get to one?
- Come on.
- LJ, get out of here!
- Mom? Mom?
- Where are you going, LJ?
- What do you want from me?
- Cooperation. That's all.
- You want cooperation?
- I know what you look like,
- you son of a bitch!
- I'm going to the police.
- Going to the police? I don't think
- that's such a good idea, LJ--
- I mean, with your prints on
- the murder weapon and all.
- I didn't touch
- the murder weapon.
- Of course you didn't.
- I know that and you know that.
- I just don't think you're
- going to have much luck
- convincing Ballistics of that.
- Who the hell are you people?
- Just concerned neighbors.
- Heard a bit of a ruckus
- at the Rixs' house.
- Gosh, you know, I guess we
- really should've seen it coming.
- I mean,
- all the signs were there--
- drug use,
- decline in academic performance--
- but we didn't think he'd
- ever do something like this.
- No one's going to believe that.
- Yes, they will.
- And when they catch you--
- and they will catch you, LJ--
- they're going to
- try you as an adult.
- You know what that means?
- We can help you, LJ.
- We're the only hope you've got.
- No, you're not.
- She made that choice, not you.
- Let's find the kid.
- You got Marilyn back.
- Sure did.
- That's good.
- How long ago you quit smoking?
- A little over nine years now.
- You don't mind, do you?
- I feel a kinship
- with you, Charles.
- More than any other con here.
- And we've seen a lot,
- haven't we?
- Sure have.
- And correct me if I'm wrong...
- I've always treated you fair.
- I've always
- appreciated that fact.
- I've known Bob since
- he was 18 years old.
- I got him this job.
- You can imagine how
- responsible I feel.
- I can't help you
- with that, boss.
- I think you can.
- Word is he died in
- front of your cell,
- and you were right
- here when it happened.
- We've both been around
- long enough to know
- that when a con starts
- that snitching business,
- he's not long for this world.
- Don't put me in that
- position, boss.
- If you don't tell me
- who killed Bob before
- I leave this cell,
- our friendship goes with it.
- That's a nice cat.
- Westmoreland knows,
- and his jaw ain't that strong.
- What's this?
- Nothing.
- You stalker.
- I am not a stalker.
- I just... I don't get it.
- What is there to get?
- He doesn't fit the
- profile. Right?
- The man's got a graduate degree.
- He lives in my neighborhood.
- Guys like that hang
- out in Streeterville.
- They drink single malt scotch.
- They-they pay $200 for Cubs tickets.
- They don't rob banks.
- Maybe he couldn't
- afford season tickets.
- Maybe that's why he
- robbed the bank.
- Thank you.
- I'm actually being serious.
- can I ask You something?
- Yeah.
- Why do you care so much?
- - 'Cause he lied to me.
- They all lie to you.
- Maybe because he's the one guy
- in here I can actually get to...
- one guy I can...
- make a difference with.
- Go home, girl.
- You keep burning it at
- both ends like this,
- you're going to
- drive yourself crazy.
- Good night.
- I'm sorry, Burrows.
- Both of them were dead by the
- time the paramedics got there.
- what about my son?
- - He's missing.
- The police are treating
- him as a fugitive.
- A fugitive?
- They found his prints
- on the murder weapon.
- That's impossible. I...
- I, uh... I need to call him.
- - No, I can't do that.
- What do you mean, you can't do that?!
- His life's in danger!
- Burrows, the police have instructed me
- that this is an ongoing investigation,
- and as such,
- any contact you make with your son
- could potentially aid and
- abet him as a fugitive.
- I'm sorry.
- Warden, please!
- Let's go.
- That's messed up.
- Aw, jeez. Does he even know?
- I don't think so.
- What's up, T?
- We family, right?
- Hell, yeah, we are.
- Well, I'm in a quandary,
- and I need your help.
- Name it.
- Bellick's squeezing tighter
- and tighter around here.
- And you were right--
- eventually, somebody's mouth
- is going to start moving.
- Thing is, Trokey,
- if I get popped for this,
- what with my priors and...
- predisposition to violent behavior...
- I'll spend the rest of
- my life in the SHU.
- But if you come forward with
- only your drug convictions
- and a whole lot of remorse...
- - I can't do that, T.
- - I ain't finished yet.
- No need. I ain't going down
- for murdering no hack.
- I mean, you understand that,
- don't you?
- You ain't mad, are you?
- No, Trokey, I'm not mad.
- I need out. I got to find him.
- You will. Both of us. Soon.
- They're coming after
- my family, Michael.
- You got to trust me.
- We're gonna get this done.
- How? Tell me. Michael, tell me.
- You can't, can you?
- I've got to get out of here now.
- LJ's in trouble.
- Scofield.
- How about it?
- Just stick with me.
- Yo, Bruce, hey!
- If you go out there,
- they will gun you down.
- I don't care anymore.
- Well, you better start thinking
- about what you're doing,
- 'cause you can't help
- LJ if you're dead.
- What the hell's going
- on over here, huh?
- We got a problem?
- No.
- Well, then get on your feet.
- Let's go!
- Son of a... What the hell's going
- on in building two? Come in.
- Fire in the guard's break room.
- Thanks.
- I didn't do it for you.
- Found the source. Someone in
- here smoke these? Lucky Strikes?
- Bellick.
- Captain Bellick,
- got someone to see you.
- What the hell do you want?
- I know who killed Bob, sir.
- Uh-oh.
- I don't know how
- that got there.
- It's not mine. It's not mine!
- You set me up.
- It's bad enough
- you killed a guard.
- Don't try and lay it off
- on somebody else now.
- You set me up! He set me up...!
- Wow.
- Your father lived here?
- Yeah. He wanted some place that
- was completely off the grid.
- A place the government
- didn't even know existed.
- Tapped into the power lines.
- A well supplies the
- place with water.
- Last few years of his life,
- he barely even left the property.
- - It's...
- Yeah.
- When you spend so many years fighting
- cops and prosecutors and judges
- trying to take your freedom
- for something you didn't do,
- you use every cent you had
- on attorney's fees,
- you wind up losing anyway...
- 15 years of his life.
- Almost all of his
- son's childhood.
- I guess I can forgive him
- for wanting to hide away,
- be left alone.
- We'll be safe here until we
- figure out our next move.
- Yeah, hold up here a minute,
- hold up here.
- Uh, seems to be a
- bit of confusion.
- I'm supposed to be on this,
- uh, detail.
- I don't think so.
- Oh, John. You can't be serious.
- Not after our long,
- illustrious history we shared together.
- All those nights
- in New York City.
- In California.
- In Saint Louis.
- They were good times,
- weren't they, John?
- Tell the badge here about 'em.
- 'Cause if you don't want to,
- uh, I certainly could.
- I want this place gutted.
- The drywall's got to be torn out,
- the studs got to be removed.
- Boss, we've got some
- toxic issues here.
- Asbestos to start with.
- Take it up with the union.
- All I'm saying is,
- this room is your only priority now.
- Better be brand-spanking-new
- when you're done.
- If anybody's thinking
- about getting cute,
- trying to trunk one of
- these tools out of here,
- Brady's got the outline of every
- single piece of hardware in here.
- And at the end of every day,
- every single piece
- better match up,
- or you're all
- going to the hole.
- Let's go.
- This goes down four feet,
- connects to the mainline below.
- All we've got to
- do is widen it,
- and we've got ourselves
- an on-ramp to Route 66.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- They're gonna hear this, man.
- They won't.
- Come on, Pretty, we a team now.
- Best get cracking, hey?
- You, shut up.
- Really think you're gonna get to
- four buttons before I get to one?
- I don't have my glasses.
- How about you read this for me?
- Tell me the news,
- the latest developments.
- Evidently there was
- an explosion in a Gold Coast
- apartment in Chicago yesterday.
- Gas line.
- Everyone inside was killed.
- Shame. Anything else?
- How about that kid up in Oak Park,
- the one they say killed his parents?
- Oh, They got him.
- They did?
- He's in custody.
- Good. I imagine heads would have
- rolled if he hadn't been caught.
- Lives would have been lost.
- How about you hand
- that back to me?
- Now that it's yesterday's news,
- we can put it behind us,
- can't we?
- Move on to the next
- chapter of our lives.
- You're not just doing this for me,
- you know.
- Or my brother.
- Yes?
- They're ready for you,
- Madam Vice President.
- You're doing it
- for your country.
- Madam Vice President!
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