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越狱第一季第九集剧本台词  

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 9
- 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,
- they're connected to...
- - Route 66.
- Our ticket out of here.
- Route 66 runs directly
- beneath that building.
- It's the only building sitting
- on top of those tunnels.
- All we got to do is
- get in there on P.I.
- and dig ourselves an on-ramp.
- Which one?
- Right there.
- This goes down four feet,
- connects to the main line below.
- All we've got to
- do is widen it,
- and we've got ourselves
- an on-ramp to Route 66.
- I'm going to find out,
- you know--
- what it is you're
- doing up there.
- You told me that you had
- been up in the crawl space
- for P.I., and...
- P.I. was never
- assigned to go there.
- We got you a little
- get-well gift.
- What's your name?
- There was an explosion.
- Gas line.
- Everyone inside was killed.
- The people we're dealing with
- won't stop until we're dead.
- We can't hide forever.
- How about that kid,
- the one they say killed his parents?
- Oh, they got him.
- they did?
- He's in custody.
- I know what you look like,
- you son of a bitch!
- Philly Falzone.
- Words is there's
- someone in here
- who knows where Fibonacci is
- and you're not doing
- anything about it.
- Help me.
- Please.
- You'll have to forgive my boy.
- He has the, uh, propensity to be a
- bit gregarious when he shouldn't be.
- Fraternizing in the prison shower.
- Come on.
- Maybe you ought to
- cut the kid a break.
- You wouldn't be meddling in my
- affairs now, would you, Scofield?
- You can't be that stupid.
- Not when I'm so fully
- invested in your affairs.
- What's between you and him...
- is between you and him.
- That's what I thought you said.
- You've got to help me.
- You've got to help me.
- You're talking to the wrong man.
- This is a matter for the police.
- This is my son
- we're talking about.
- For God's sake, he's missing.
- Do something!
- You have got to understand,
- I am the warden of a prison.
- When it comes to the law,
- there is absolutely nothing I can do.
- Whatever happens out there
- is out of my jurisdiction
- until it comes
- through those gates.
- It just did. Let me out.
- What?
- Let me find him.
- I know how he thinks.
- I know where he'd run.
- Burrows, I would've thought that by now,
- under the circumstances,
- you'd understand your position
- as a death row inmate.
- There is no way I can
- honor that request.
- That ain't true.
- You got the power.
- In case of a family emergency, you
- can grant an inmate supervised leave.
- Your son is a prime suspect
- in a double homicide.
- Hey!
- What do you think
- this is, siesta?
- You see that?
- See my face up there?
- Any idea how it got there?
- Work ethic.
- Those two words mean
- anything in your country?
- You're on PI.
- Quit slow-walking me.
- I'm not going to warn you again.
- What are you looking at?
- Bulls find this stuff,
- they'll know we're digging.
- That's why we got
- to get rid of it...
- one piece at a time.
- Freshmen.
- Best put on a jail face, BG.
- These crabs see you puckerin',
- they gonna bitchify
- you in a heartbeat.
- Looks like I got to find
- something else to call you now.
- Why is that?
- 'Cause you ain't a fish no more. You
- ain't the newest con in the tank no...
- I could've done something.
- No.
- T-Bag had his hooks in that kid.
- There was nothing you could've done.
- I could've told the pope.
- He could've transferred the kid
- to AdSeg. He would've been safe.
- Go easy, Michael.
- You didn't even know him.
- That makes it okay?
- I turned my back on him
- because I didn't want to make waves.
- It was just...
- easier...
- to look the other way...
- keep the plan safe.
- And you did.
- But at what price?
- That's not how she raised us.
- A man's down,
- you give him your hand.
- She'd roll over in her grave
- if she knew what I'd become.
- No, she wouldn't.
- You've given me
- your hand, Michael.
- My son's out there with
- a bull's-eye on his back.
- Do whatever you got to do to
- get us out of here, please.
- What are you doing?
- I was just looking
- for some coffee.
- Yeah, there isn't any.
- They belonged to my father,
- if you were wondering.
- How long they been in there?
- I don't know, five years.
- You know, Veronica,
- we've been through a lot, and, uh,
- I'm freaking out here
- as much as you are.
- But you get this look in
- your eyes sometimes like...
- like I'm the bad guy.
- I don't know who you are, Nick.
- You just magically show up like
- some knight in shining armor,
- ready to save the day...
- You know, I... I think you seem
- to be forgetting something here.
- I'm in the crosshairs
- the same way you are,
- all for your ex-boyfriend,
- who, unlike my father,
- is a scumbag criminal
- who just happens to be in prison
- for the one crime he didn't commit.
- You know something? I've got enough
- of my own crap to deal with.
- You want to go, you go.
- Mind if I lamp with you, Cuzzo?
- Roll, snowflake.
- Hey, man, I'm just...
- I'm just-just new, you know?
- I'm lookin' for some homies.
- I said roll.
- What? I... I'm just lawnchin'.
- Yeah? Well,
- lawnch somewhere else, white boy.
- A'ight, y'all.
- I'm fittin' to bounce.
- Peace.
- Boy's a bit confused
- about his pigmentation,
- but he sure does have spunk,
- doesn't he?
- Abruzzi?
- Yeah?
- What are you doing?
- What do you mean,
- What am I doing?
- First of the month's
- coming up, John.
- Yeah, so?
- I haven't got my monthly.
- What?
- I checked my balance online,
- it's looking seriously deficient.
- Got to be some kind of a mistake,
- like an accounting error or...
- Yeah.
- Tell Falzone that I don't
- stand for "accounting errors."
- I'm going back into my office
- at the end of the day.
- Going to check my
- balance again.
- If it's not up to where
- it's supposed to be...
- all these privileges you got,
- like running P.I....
- they're gone.
- Get it done, John.
- Falzone Enterprises.
- Get Philly.
- Mr. Falzone's not available.
- You tell him it's
- John Abruzzi calling.
- I'm sorry, I didn't realize.
- Well, now you do.
- I'm sorry,
- he's going to have to call you back.
- What? Hey...
- I'm sorry.
- About before.
- Pressure's getting to us,
- that's all.
- Good news is nobody
- can reach us out here.
- My old man made sure of that.
- Never even hooked
- up a telephone.
- Same with the well
- and the generator.
- You know, I used to think he was some
- kind of conspiracy theory wacko.
- Turns out maybe he was right.
- I can't stay, Nick.
- I got to get back.
- He's got less than two weeks.
- The old man used to call
- this his "serious" tie.
- He only wore it
- when he really...
- really meant business.
- Be dangerous, you know,
- showing our faces again.
- Not if they're not
- looking for us.
- They think we're dead, right?
- I know.
- How long's that going to last?
- Got to be quick,
- be smart about it.
- Way I see it, we're just
- going to be running in circles
- if we think we're going to find
- exculpatory evidence before
- the execution--
- proof he didn't do it.
- I've gone up against pretty much
- every prosecutor in Cook County.
- A man gets murdered,
- the first person they want to talk to
- to see who his real enemies were--
- the wife.
- You want to go after
- the queen bee herself?
- Leslie Steadman.
- Everyone in town knows the old bird
- lunches at the Lexington every day.
- With the society set.
- Hey. Hey! Hey!
- Hey, slow it down.
- Slow it down!
- Easy, my man.
- You're going to give us away.
- Bull's coming.
- Let's move.
- Hurry up, guys. Move it!
- Everybody out.
- What?
- I said, everybody out! Now.
- Move it!
- Where are we going?
- Down there. Around the corner.
- And don't move a damn
- muscle till I come get you.
- Go.
- What the hell's going on?
- We're so bad, aren't we?
- Damn skimpy. Let's go.
- You got to give us more
- of a warning next time.
- I'm sorry.
- He just showed up.
- Oh, we're going to get caught.
- By who?
- By the warden.
- Baby, right now, in this room...
- at this moment...
- I... am the warden.
- Say it.
- No, I'm not going to say it.
- Come on, baby. Say it.
- Say it, baby. Come on!
- You're the warden, Louis!
- The sneaky son of a bitch.
- You think he found the hole?
- Another inch and
- he'd have found it.
- We need to find something
- to cover this hole ASAP.
- Broke? What do you mean broke?
- The C-Corp.
- The investment accounts.
- Even the offshore stuff,
- Caymans, Bermuda.
- Philly Falzone
- liquidated everything.
- Hey, I told you
- from the beginning
- what would happen
- if you screwed me.
- And I heeded it.
- That's why I warned you from the get-go
- not to give Philly power of attorney.
- We had that
- conversation, remember?
- Look, the only real
- funds you have left
- are the 30,000 in your
- wife's pocket account.
- Now, I could...
- - Don't...
- Don't touch that.
- Nobody touches that but her.
- What do I tell her?
- You know, about all of this?
- Don't tell her anything. Okay?
- The statements
- are going to come.
- - She's going to know.
- Hey, I told you...
- Don't... tell... her. Right?
- Is that a problem?
- Okay, John.
- You know where to contact me
- if you need anything else.
- The same goes for you.
- Hey.
- Hey!
- Philly.
- How are you?
- So good to see you.
- For you,
- the answer is always yes, Philly.
- Sit down.
- Sit down.
- Come on, John.
- Looks like there's no record of
- a Fox River Medical Practice
- on our list of
- participating HMOs or PPOs.
- Okay, that's because we're
- a state penitentiary,
- and we're actually in kind
- of a unique situation here.
- Mr. Scofield's insurance policy from
- his previous employer hasn't lapsed yet.
- For that reason,
- the state's demanding that
- you pay for his treatment
- and not the taxpayers.
- Okay... Well, it says here he
- already met his deductible...
- Okay.
- Oh, no, wait, that's his psych
- deductible, not his medical.
- Sorry, "psych" as
- in "psychiatric"?
- I give you permission
- to call to Philly?
- Hey, I asked you
- a question, man.
- Listen, there, uh...
- there's been a restructuring.
- This comes from Philly himself.
- You couldn't
- deliver Fibonacci...
- so I'm The Man in here now.
- Hey, jelly wad...
- run to the commissary,
- get me a bag of chips,
- we'll pretend this
- never happened, right?
- Yeah, I'm telling you, John.
- the sooner you face these facts,
- the better off we will all be.
- I could kill you
- in a heartbeat.
- Somehow I doubt that.
- The sooner you face facts,
- the better off we will all be.
- You're yesterday's news, John.
- What's the word, brother man?
- You all cooking brownies or what?
- Act your race, milk chicken.
- What's your deal, yo?
- You got tough buckets or somethin'?
- You're a disgrace to your skin,
- you know that?
- The boy just slipped.
- The boy just slipped.
- Ain't that right?
- Come on, stand up.
- All right, cons,
- back to your cells. Go!
- What's your name, boy?
- Who's that?
- Shearing.
- Shearing, you've heard
- about my kid, right?
- Take the tray, Linc.
- I, uh...
- I just need to call him.
- Just...
- take the tray,
- or I'm going to shove it in there
- and you can eat it off the ground.
- You had a son.
- Josh.
- Don't do anything stupid, Linc.
- I'm not, I...
- I just want to ask you a question
- then I'm going to let go.
- What if it were, Josh?
- What if it were your son?
- Please.
- Dad?
- LJ. Thank God.
- Are you all right?
- No. I'm nowhere near it.
- What do you mean?
- Where are you?
- What they're saying about me--
- it's not true.
- I know it's not true.
- They-They killed her.
- They killed her. They...
- Right in front of me,
- right in front of my eyes, man...
- You got to... You got to...
- Why are they doing this?
- Listen, listen, you got to step up.
- You got to be the man now.
- You understand me?
- You understand me, LJ?
- Yeah.
- Okay, I want you
- to call Veronica.
- Her number is disconnected.
- I already tried.
- Nick Savrinn. You call Nick Savrinn,
- works for Project Justice.
- You call him once we're done.
- You got it?
- Nick Savrinn.
- Okay. Okay, I'll call.
- I'll call.
- All right then.
- It's gonna be all right. Okay?
- They're here.
- Who's here?
- LJ? LJ?!
- Did you hear that?
- Did you hear it?
- Do you know what that means?
- Why don't you ask your
- mom what it means?
- Oh, I'm sorry.
- You might have trouble getting an
- answer out of her right about now, huh?
- LJ?
- I saw that.
- Just getting connected,
- that's all.
- There she is.
- Mrs. Steadman?
- I'm Dick Sisler.
- This is my associate, Francette Kelly.
- We're with the National
- Victims' Rights Association.
- We provide assistance for
- victims of violent crimes.
- Gather support for tough-on-crime
- political candidates.
- Bravo.
- Look, if your organization's
- looking for a handout, young man,
- you can go through
- my business manager.
- Ma'am, that is not why we're here.
- Actually, may we sit down?
- We were hoping you could help us
- with one of our more public cases--
- the Lincoln Burrows case.
- As you know, he's making unfounded
- claims that he's innocent.
- That others had motive
- to murder your husband.
- I really don't have time
- for a long conversation.
- Mrs. Steadman, it doesn't have
- to be a long conversation.
- If we talked about who had motive to
- kill Terrence, we'd be here all day.
- - I'm sorry?
- Look around.
- Half the people in this place
- were shareholders in his company.
- Every one of them sat at
- my husband's memorial,
- and every one of them was
- thinking the same thing.
- Thank God he's gone.
- Why would they think that?
- Money.
- As soon as rumors of
- the indictment started,
- you should have seen
- them run for the exits.
- I wasn't aware of
- any indictment.
- It never came down.
- He died before it could.
- Have anything to
- do with EcoField?
- Do the math.
- CEO of a corporation gets indicted for
- fraud, investors start losing money.
- Lots of money.
- If I didn't know for sure
- Burrows pulled that trigger,
- I'd say it was any one of these
- people in this restaurant.
- We're talking half a billion of dollars,
- Mr. Sisler.
- People have killed
- for a lot less.
- Not a good position you
- find yourself in, is it?
- Whites don't want you,
- blacks don't want you.
- You're just caught in the middle,
- aren't you?
- A regular Tweener.
- We're different,
- you and me, lot of ways.
- But, you know,
- the funny thing is,
- we're also a lot alike.
- Couple of dogs with runny
- noses that nobody loves.
- How's that knee, by the way?
- What the hell you doin'?
- No. No, no, no. Don't get me wrong.
- I'm just a friend.
- Yeah, a fruity friend.
- I don't need none of that.
- Easy now.
- No, No, no.
- You think you gettin' up in this,
- you got another think comin',
- you homo.
- You got a foul mouth,
- you know that?
- Yeah, I do, and you come near me again,
- I'm gonna kill you.
- Well, then, you're just gonna have to,
- little man.
- You got to sleep with
- one eye open, girlie.
- Bring it on, bitch.
- - Oh, I'm gonna.
- I'm gonna bring
- it on in spades.
- Maybe you ought to
- leave the kid alone.
- And maybe you're in no position to
- be telling me my business, hmm?
- That's what I thought.
- I'm sure you can understand my
- reluctance to discuss past patients.
- Absolutely.
- Uh, my understanding is that under
- HIPAA, we're allowed to
- share information
- as long as it furthers
- the care of the patient.
- I'm not accustomed to making
- inquiries like this, but, I, uh...
- I feel like I can
- get through to him.
- I can help him.
- I imagine he needs it in there.
- What did you treat him for?
- Well, Michael suffered
- from a couple of things.
- One was a condition called
- low-latent inhibition.
- I'm sorry.
- I'm not familiar with the term.
- Well, people who suffer
- from low-latent inhibition
- see everyday things
- just like you or I do.
- Like this lamp, for instance.
- But where we just process
- the image of a lamp,
- they process everything.
- The stem, the bulb, the bolts,
- even the washers inside.
- Their brains are more open to incoming
- stimuli in the surrounding environment.
- Other people's brains--
- yours and mine--
- shut out the same information.
- We have to do it in
- order to keep our sanity.
- If someone with a low IQ
- has low-latent inhibition,
- it almost always results
- in mental illness.
- But if someone has a high IQ,
- it almost always results
- in creative genius.
- Do you think
- Michael's a genius?
- Well, I think
- that word's been derogated
- in the media these days,
- but in the classic sense of the word,
- yes, I do.
- You said there was something
- else you treated him for.
- He came to me with absolutely
- no sense of self-worth.
- The loss of both parents very
- often does that to a child.
- But with the
- low-latent inhibition,
- something interesting
- happened to Michael.
- He became very attuned to
- all the suffering around him.
- He couldn't shut it out.
- He became a rescuer,
- one of those people who are more
- concerned with other people's welfare
- than their own.
- I didn't know all
- this about him.
- Then maybe you don't
- know Michael Scofield.
- Yeah.
- Oh, Tweener
- I... I'm a-comin' I'm a-comin'
- Oh, my Tweener Oh, Tweener,
- I'm a-comin' for you
- I'm a-comin', comin' for you
- Is you ready?
- Are you ready?
- However you want to say,
- I don't care
- I'm comin' for you
- I'm comin', comin',
- I'm comin' I'm comin' for you.
- Checking my voicemail at work.
- Lincoln's son LJ just
- left me a message.
- He's in trouble.
- Hello?
- LJ, it's Veronica.
- Where are you?
- Oh, Veronica, I don't know.
- You got to come get me.
- We can't, okay? We're not in Chicago.
- You have to come to us.
- All right. Where's that?
- Oh. Oh.
- How the hell do they
- know where I am?
- What's going on?
- How the hell do they
- know where I am?
- LJ...
- LJ, I want you to listen to me.
- You don't understand.
- Everywhere I go, they're there.
- I want you to
- listen to me, okay?
- I need you to come to us.
- We're in Lake Mercer.
- Where's that?
- It's a small town. It's on the Iowa
- border. There's a bus station.
- Buy a ticket,
- and we'll meet you there.
- They're still alive.
- Looks like a bird in the
- hand just became three.
- Let's go.
- - But the kid's right...
- - Let's go.
- They're leaving.
- They're leaving.
- LJ, I need to know that you hear me,
- okay? Lake Mercer.
- Lake Mercer, okay.
- All right, bye.
- What the hell are you doing?
- Delivering yesterday's news.
- Your bus leaves from depot
- six in just a few minutes.
- Thanks.
- I, uh...
- Uh, just wanted you to know
- that if you're looking for someone to
- talk to in here, you're not alone.
- It's part of my job to counsel inmates
- and help them with their problems.
- I think I have things
- pretty well figured out.
- I sort of backed into some
- information about you.
- I hope you don't mind.
- But you have to understand that
- there's a reason I became a doctor.
- It's in my nature
- to want to help.
- From what I understand,
- it's in your nature, too.
- You did a lot of good things
- before you were in here--
- a lot of community work,
- a lot of charity work.
- What happened?
- The man you're talking about died the
- moment I stepped inside these walls.
- All right.
- Ladies and gentlemen,
- United States Secret Service.
- Please remain calm.
- Remain where you are.
- Hey.
- Come here.
- It's okay.
- They're leaving.
- Dump the phone, they're tracking you.
- We're in New Glarus.
- You're safe now, all right?
- Received communication
- from your attorney.
- Please sign this document,
- certifying that I inspected the
- communication for contraband,
- without at any time breaching
- attorney-client privilege
- by reading the materials
- enclosed herein.
- It's LJ, I'm with Veronica.
- I'm okay. I love you.
- What are you grinning about?
- Just the fact that I'm gonna be out on
- the real world here in a little bit.
- The fact that I'm gonna get me one final
- piece of tail certainly don't
- hurt either.
- Nothing like tail,
- eh, Scofield?
- Son of a bitch!
- It ends right now.
- Oh, you just screwed some
- major league pooch, Pretty.
- I'm gonna sing like a whole
- tree full of birds now.
- Badge!
- You want to sing, then sing.
- But you know what I think?
- You don't have the guts.
- You want out of here just
- as much as the rest of us.
- We got a problem here?
- No.
- I, uh...
- I thought we was, uh,
- missing some tools here. My bad.
- Get back to work.
- Now...
- You and I may be stuck together in this
- little dance, but I call the shots.
- First shot: that kid out there?
- You don't touch him ever.
- Do we understand each other?
- We do.
- Out of the way, Julio.
- Abruzzi.
- You and me,
- we got to have a conversation.
- How come he didn't
- fall through?
- What?
- I warned you.
- I'll get it together.
- You got to give me more time.
- You've had your time, John.
- You tripping on
- something, Alice?
- Yeah, that's what I thought.
- Lamp it up in here again,
- I'm fittin' to wreck some shop.
- Uh-oh. We got a problem.
- Bellick.
- Boss? Boss.
- What's happening?
- What they doing?
- Fixing the break room.
- What are you talking about?
- That's P.I.
- I run it.
- Not anymore you don't.
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