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越狱第一季第十集剧本台词  

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 10
- Previously on Prison Break:
- 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 onramp.
- I'm gonna find out, you know,
- what it is you're
- doing up there.
- If we talked about who had motive to
- kill Terrence, we'd be here all day.
- Have anything to
- do with EcoField?
- Do the math. CEO of a corporation
- gets indicted for fraud,
- investors start losing money.
- Lots of money.
- You call Nick Savrinn,
- works for Project Justice.
- They're here.
- Who's here?
- LJ? LJ?!
- You gotta come get me.
- We can't, okay. We're not in Chicago.
- You have to come to us.
- First of the month
- is coming up, John.
- Yeah, so?
- Checked my balance online,
- it's looking seriously deficient.
- Apparently, Fibonacci's
- coming up for air again.
- And if he testifies at that hearing,
- a lot of people are going down,
- including me.
- Listen, there, uh,
- there's been a restructuring.
- This comes from Philly himself.
- So I'm the man in here now.
- What the hell are you doing?
- Uh-oh. We got a problem.
- Bellick. What's going on?
- That's PI. I run it.
- Not anymore you don't.
- Bellick.
- Hey, boss.
- Check that volume, inmate.
- We been doing business too long.
- We can fix this thing, right?
- Let's get something clear.
- You and I haven't done crap.
- Falzone's the one been paying me.
- Falzone is just an envelope.
- You've been doing business
- with me face-to-face.
- You think I like getting
- piss thrown at me? Spit on?
- These other chumps might do
- it for the 40 grand a year
- and the little blue uniform,
- but I'm not that dumb.
- Falzone's envelope is the only reason
- I come through that fence every day.
- And it's the only reason
- I'm gonna keep coming
- through that fence
- until I have enough money to
- buy that house on Lake Gray.
- I'm thinking early
- retirement, John,
- and you're
- interfering with that.
- Hey, boss,
- just give me some time,
- and I can match whatever
- Falzone's paying you.
- You're out of business.
- Get used to it.
- Hey, boss. Boss!
- They're gonna find it.
- The longer they're in there,
- the sooner they're gonna find it.
- Then we got to
- get back in there.
- I'm gonna say something
- crazy to you right now.
- Surprise, surprise.
- I don't give a damn
- about Fibonacci anymore.
- You're right. That is crazy.
- Because I got bigger things to
- think about, like survival.
- You see,
- I'm kinda short on friends in here,
- in case you haven't noticed.
- I need to get out. Right now.
- While I still got my life.
- Then why are we talking
- about Fibonacci?
- Well, the only way I
- can get that room back
- is if I can prove to Falzone
- that I'm still worthy,
- that I still got
- what it takes. Yeah?
- And the only way I can do that
- is if I can give him Fibonacci.
- Interesting.
- You see, this is not a "me
- versus you" thing anymore.
- This is us,
- an "us" thing, all right?
- It's us for the escape.
- Is it?
- Or is this about you getting
- back in good with the mob again?
- That life is over for me, Fish.
- I mean, they clipped my wings.
- They want me to rot in here.
- So I got no allegiance
- to them anymore.
- Yet you still want
- to do them a favor.
- Falzone is desperate.
- You see, if Fibonacci testifies in
- front of the congress next month,
- Falzone's going to
- go down in flames.
- But if we give him Fibonacci,
- he will give us anything--
- anything-- including
- that very special room.
- What do you say, Fish?
- Give him up.
- If I do, they'll kill him.
- Maybe he deserves it.
- That's just it, he doesn't.
- Who is this guy?
- You told me he was Mafia.
- He was working for the Mafia,
- he just didn't know it.
- Otto Fibonacci is...
- is just like you.
- An innocent man.
- Caught in the wrong
- place at the wrong time.
- What are you doing...?
- You know...
- I didn't steal from you, John.
- He was middle management at
- one of Abruzzi's warehouses.
- Just a normal guy.
- Working class, religious.
- I didn't steal from you, John!
- Hey, Nicky. Nicky, Nicky, Nicky.
- Shh, shh, shh.
- What did I tell
- you about talking?
- John, please.
- John, please! No!
- And somebody that couldn't
- turn his back on murder.
- He realized that Abruzzi and Falzone--
- the men he worked for--
- were killers.
- And he had the key to
- all their dealings.
- Things that could put
- them away for life.
- And now he's in witness
- protection for life.
- The judge asked him why he was coming
- forward with all this information.
- He said it was because he thought
- it was the right thing to do.
- What's the right thing
- to do now, Michael?
- I don't know.
- But if I don't give him up,
- this whole thing's over.
- What you're telling me is, if...
- if I'm to live...
- A good man has to die.
- Kellerman.
- You're in the
- place we discussed?
- Yes.
- I'm still not exactly sure
- why we're here, but...
- A friend of mine should
- be along there shortly.
- A friend?
- Just to see where
- you are with things.
- I think we're clear on
- where we are with things.
- Everything's under control.
- Nothing is going to affect tomorrow,
- if that's what you're worried about.
- I'm not worried about tomorrow.
- My friend is a problem solver,
- that's all.
- He's there at your
- disposal if you need him.
- Do me a favor.
- Make him feel like
- part of the team, hmm?
- Talk soon.
- What?
- - She's bringing someone in.
- What does that mean?
- Something in her tone changed.
- You think she knows
- about the kid?
- We don't know that.
- We shouldn't have lied.
- Shouldn't have told
- her we had the kid.
- What is it you
- don't understand?
- We tell her that kid got away,
- you and I, we are not here right now.
- I swear to God,
- it just get deeper and deeper.
- What is that supposed to mean?
- It means if I'd have known
- that this is how this whole
- thing was gonna turn out,
- I would've gotten some
- crap job with the feds.
- Push pencils, drink coffee all day long
- behind a desk. God, that sounds good.
- Keep talking like that, I'm gonna be
- forced to put a bullet in your head.
- As for her friend,
- whoever that is,
- we find out what he wants,
- we play nice,
- we deal with it accordingly.
- Michael, you better see this.
- Hey, Jersey.
- Putting that carpet
- in the guard's room?
- Yeah. Think so.
- Mm-hmm. When?
- Got to tear up the
- old stuff first.
- Soon as we're done with that.
- Tonight. Tomorrow maybe.
- They're gonna find it, bro.
- They're gonna find the hole.
- We got to do something.
- Linc. Chow.
- What's this?
- It's for, uh, you know,
- your last meal.
- Write down what you want.
- Linc, you gotta
- write something down.
- I don't gotta do nothing.
- You don't fill it out,
- all they're gonna give you is
- what's on chow for that day.
- So?
- You don't want that for your last meal,
- do you, man? Hmm?
- In case you think of something.
- Hey, eye-tie.
- Something you need
- there, rughead?
- Yeah, a job, man.
- Why don't you hit the DQ down
- the street. We aren't hiring.
- I'll put a hundred in your kick,
- every month.
- You want to pay me to work?
- Man, I've been in the
- kitchen for eight months.
- I scrub one more tray,
- I'm gonna go J-Cat,
- you know what I'm saying?
- Hey! Fiorello, how about it?
- Eh...
- One fifty.
- Sign me up then, baby.
- I was thinking
- about what you said.
- That it's not a "me
- versus you" thing.
- It's an "us" thing.
- That's right.
- How far are you willing
- to go with that?
- As far as I have to.
- Then set up a
- meeting with Falzone.
- I want to talk to him directly.
- Falzone doesn't talk to
- guys like you directly.
- If he wants Fibonacci,
- he's gonna have to.
- No, no! No, you heard me right.
- You're telling me this kid
- is gonna give up Fibonacci?
- - You're sure?
- - Definitely--
- Only one thing.
- He wants to meet with you directly.
- Son of a bitch,
- you actually did something right, John.
- That's good.
- Guess I'm gonna have to call off
- those guys I hired to shank you.
- That was a joke, John.
- Funny.
- Good. I'll come out
- there this afternoon.
- And John...
- If I come all the way out there,
- and this turns out to
- be a waste of my time,
- I'm gonna castrate you.
- I hope you understand that.
- Be well, my friend.
- I love you, too.
- He's coming.
- Don't mess this up.
- Hello?
- It's me.
- I know.
- I saw "Inmate" on the caller ID.
- Remember when I said I might
- be calling you on Fibonacci?
- Yes.
- Well... it's time.
- You seem distracted.
- Got a lot on my mind, I guess.
- Yeah?
- Got anything to do with the
- people who took these toes?
- Nice flowers.
- Right.
- Do we have an admirer?
- They're from my father.
- Ah... what's the occasion?
- It's my birthday.
- Today?
- Mm-hmm.
- Happy birthday.
- Thank you.
- Okay.
- hmm.
- Nothing.
- Birthdays aren't usually a sore subject,
- that's all.
- Unless the celebrant
- is feeling her age,
- which I don't see
- how you could be.
- I'm 29 years old, Michael.
- I'm not feeling my age.
- It's just that out of
- those 29 birthdays,
- my father has actually managed to
- see me on precisely... six of them.
- So... I get flowers instead.
- Flowers that end up dead and
- in the trash a week later.
- That sounded bitter, huh?
- Kind of.
- It's not that big a deal.
- You are all set.
- I will see you tomorrow.
- Okay.
- I'm sorry you feel that way.
- About the flowers, I mean.
- Hey! Somebody get on this.
- I want these in the other room.
- I got it, boss.
- Chill, lily white, I got it.
- Come on,
- I know you're around here somewhere.
- He's not doing well, is he?
- Just lost his mother.
- Ten days from now,
- he loses his father.
- How are you holding up?
- You know, I, uh...
- I sort of get what you're
- going through here, LJ.
- No disrespect,
- but I don't know that you do.
- No, with my dad.
- I was in the same spot
- when I was your age.
- He was in prison.
- And like your dad,
- he was innocent.
- What happened?
- I mean, you know, at the end.
- What I hope happens here.
- He got exonerated.
- What'd they say he did?
- A lot of bad things.
- They weren't true.
- And we proved that.
- Every day,
- every day was a lost cause...
- but we kept fighting.
- I mean,
- what else are you gonna do?
- When you love somebody,
- you gonna let them go out like that?
- So you fight.
- You keep fighting.
- You never give up.
- We're gonna beat this thing.
- Okay?
- Hello.
- Hello.
- You were expecting me.
- A mutual friend arranged the...
- Yes.
- You mind if I...
- Please.
- Hey, how are...
- I'm sorry,
- I didn't get your name.
- Quinn.
- Mr. Quinn,
- mind telling us what you're doing here?
- You can probably tell just by looking
- at me, I'm not a wave-making sort.
- Just think of me
- as a supervisor,
- here to make sure things are
- under control, as we approach,
- you know, the big event.
- I wasn't aware that things
- are out of control.
- You'd be the one that would know,
- wouldn't you?
- Well, the reason I'm here
- is because there's a discrepancy
- between what you know,
- and what you've said
- to the vice president.
- The lawyers you tried to blow up,
- they're still running around,
- healthy as thoroughbreds.
- You know it, I know it.
- Same thing goes with the kid,
- Who you were silly enough
- to tell the old lady that you
- were actually in possession of.
- Everything that I'm saying
- is boiling down to this.
- You got to hand the reins over to me
- now, so that I can save your ass.
- First of all...
- No! No!
- See? Now you made
- me make a wave.
- You and your partner are off
- the job until further notice.
- That doesn't come from me,
- doesn't come from the White House,
- it comes from the company, understand?
- Your proximal and middle
- phalanx are broken.
- Ice it for 45 minutes,
- then splint it--
- that's what a doctor
- would tell you to do,
- so you don't need
- to go see one.
- EcoField's SEC filings?
- Terrence Steadman was murdered
- so the information from his indictment
- wouldn't be made public, right?
- Sure, but since it never
- saw the light of day,
- we have no way of knowing what
- they were trying to cover up.
- Steadman's wife said there were
- hundreds of millions of dollars
- at stake if her
- husband went down,
- so I figure we follow the money,
- and see where it takes us.
- $109 million. $212 million...
- Over half a billion dollars
- that I've found so far
- in federal grants to EcoField
- for alternative fuel research.
- That is a hell of
- a lot of money.
- But for what? Not only did the
- company never make a profit.
- As far as I could tell,
- they never made anything.
- No fuel cells, no patents,
- no findings-- nothing.
- So EcoField was a sham,
- it was a cover?
- Question is, for what?
- Philly.
- Sit down, kid.
- So... Fibonacci.
- - How'd you find him?
- Did my homework.
- You get elliptical with
- me for one more second,
- and I will cancel you.
- You understand me?
- Give it up, Fish.
- Before someone's transferred to the U.S.
- Marshall Service
- to be placed in Witness Protection,
- they're guarded
- by a local sheriff from the county
- where the trial will take place.
- Sheriff Solomon, please.
- Please hold.
- Andrew Solomon here.
- If the sheriff was available,
- then he wasn't the one
- guarding Fibonacci.
- Putnam County Sheriff's Office.
- Yeah, is, uh,
- Sheriff Pronzo there?
- I'm sorry,
- Sheriff Pronzo is on vacation.
- Really?
- Yes, sir.
- There were only four
- sheriffs in the county.
- And since Pronzo was the only
- one who wasn't in his office,
- and his wife and kids were
- waiting for him at home,
- I knew the only vacation he
- was taking was with Fibonacci.
- Watching him until they
- could put him in Protection.
- Thing is,
- sometimes it takes weeks for the
- Marshall Service to set up a
- new identity.
- So some local sheriff is stuck in
- the middle of nowhere with Fibonacci.
- He gets lonely and calls home...
- a lot.
- I called the phone company,
- said I was Pronzo and I'd lost my bill.
- I asked for another copy.
- Seems Mrs.
- Pronzo was receiving dozens of calls
- from an area code a
- long way from Chicago.
- I went online,
- reverse-traced the number, and voil?
- there was Fibonacci's
- exact location.
- How do you know
- he's still there?
- I have someone
- looking after him...
- watching from afar,
- in case he moves.
- Mm-hmm.
- This is about money, isn't it?
- You're an astute man,
- Mr. Falzone.
- What?
- Your friend here, John,
- is trying to extort me.
- Not extortion, insurance.
- I plan on being out
- of here one day.
- And I don't think my new resume's
- gonna cut it in most places.
- How much?
- -200000
- I'm gonna kill you.
- Quid pro quo.
- You scratch my back,
- I scratch yours.
- Well, I'll give you
- some quid pro quo.
- Where did you get this?
- Who took this picture?
- Well, since you took
- it upon yourself
- to have some people watching over
- our interests on the outside,
- we took it upon ourselves to have
- some people watching over yours.
- So who's it gonna be?
- Fibonacci or your pretty
- little girlfriend there?
- Yeah, you should be careful with
- who visits you in here, Fish.
- These walls have eyes.
- If you touch her,
- I'll kill you myself.
- One, that is an empty threat.
- You are less than a gnat to me.
- And two,
- all you got to do is give me the address
- and we avoid all this
- melodrama all together.
- The address, you gnat.
- Now.
- Promise me.
- Promise me it'll be
- quick and painless.
- Do You believe this guy?
- Promise me.
- The next thing that
- comes out of your mouth
- that's not that address,
- there's gonna be a lot of pain...
- in a lot of places.
- Canada.
- 345 Hamilton Avenue.
- Thunder Bay, Ontario.
- Get out of here.
- Nice work, John.
- I guess the demise of John
- Abruzzi was greatly exaggerated.
- Thank you, I appreciate it.
- Could you do me a favor and
- fix this Bellick thing for me?
- Consider it done.
- Thank you.
- And Philly,
- before you pull the trigger,
- look that son of a
- bitch in his eyes and
- tell him John Abruzzi
- said good-bye.
- In the race toward worldwide peace and
- prosperity, America will set the pace."
- Race?
- Rat race. Arms race.
- Can you think of a word with
- a worse connotation? Fix it.
- Did you send me a baby-sitter?
- This is not the
- time or the place.
- This is the time and the place.
- Don't take that tone with me.
- Remember who you
- are talking to.
- I am the Vice President
- of this country.
- No, actually, you're Caroline
- Reynolds from Montgomery, Illinois.
- I know exactly who you are.
- Come with me.
- There is something you
- need to understand.
- If you had done your job,
- I never would've had to ask for Quinn.
- And there's something
- you need to understand.
- You woke a sleeping beast when
- you called these guys in.
- They have a bigger
- agenda than any of us.
- And they get real nasty real quick
- if things don't go their way.
- So now, no one is safe.
- Not you.
- Not me.
- Let's not overreact.
- I mean, I know everyone is nervous
- about tomorrow. I understand that.
- But the one thing both
- of us have to remember
- is that we are in
- this together, okay?
- All I'm saying is these guys
- are into this thing now.
- And there's no going back.
- That's bad news for everyone.
- Sebastian Balfour?
- Yeah?
- Yeah, I'm Nestor Pollack.
- Midwestern Life and Casualty.
- I'm already covered. Thanks.
- Oh, no,
- I'm here to discuss Veronica Donovan.
- What about her?
- Well, we've been trying
- to track her down
- with respect to the property damage
- from the apartment explosion.
- Explosion?
- - You didn't know.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
- It's just that her records list
- you as her fianc? So I assumed...
- Hold on.
- Is Veronica okay?
- Well, there has
- been a fatality.
- Oh, my God.
- No, but the medical examiners
- haven't been able to identify the...
- remains with any certainty.
- So Veronica could be okay,
- we just can't find her.
- We were hoping you could help.
- Rozz.
- Reese.
- Burrows.
- Blueberry pancakes, huh?
- All right, man, you got it.
- Blueberry pancakes.
- Veronica. Are you there?
- If you are there. I am worried.
- I'm fine.
- Thank God. Where are you?
- Can't say. Have to go. Bye.
- This is it.
- All right, that's it, kids.
- Time for bed.
- Give me a kiss.
- You okay, down there?
- Night-night.
- All right, sweetheart,
- give me a kiss.
- Kids are down.
- Thanks.
- Tonight, we send a
- message, gentlemen.
- We are gonna hurt him and his
- family the way he hurt ours.
- Oh, honey?
- Yeah.
- Um, can you change the timer on the
- sprinkler while you're out there?
- Oh, okay.
- Love ya.
- Love You, too.
- Freeze!
- Police! Drop your weapon!
- I said drop it!
- Down!
- Hi. It's John.
- You wanted to talk to me?
- Yeah. You hear the news?
- Falzone got popped last
- night up in Canada.
- International gun charges.
- Parole violation. He's in deep.
- You threw away your flowers.
- Yeah, like I said,
- they don't last.
- I don't think they're dead yet.
- I don't like getting attached to
- things if I know they won't last.
- There you go.
- Why are you so cynical?
- Michael, I think there's cynicism,
- and then there's realism.
- And there's optimism,
- hope. Faith.
- This coming from a eight-toed guy
- locked away in a penitentiary.
- Mm, toes are overrated.
- Thank you for trying to make me smile.
- Not today.
- You never know.
- - We're all set.
- You and I have a lot to talk about,
- don't we, Fish?
- Seems Philly Falzone ran into
- some problem up in Canada.
- Just because of the
- information you gave him.
- What kind of trouble?
- International gun charges,
- parole violation.
- He's gonna go away
- for a long time.
- How'd you feel about that?
- Pretty darn good.
- And what about PI?
- Got That back, too.
- Falzone paid Bellick yesterday,
- so we're good for now.
- It all worked out.
- Sure did.
- Nicely done.
- You're a hell of an actor.
- Thank you.
- Well, this helped.
- It's nice. Nice shot.
- Where did you take it?
- It's Lincoln's,
- from back in the day.
- Camping trip or something.
- So, when do we get
- back in that room?
- Right away.
- - Well, let's get to it.
- Yeah...
- Oh, there's one more thing.
- You are going to
- give me Fibonacci
- once we're outside of
- these walls, right?
- Of course.
- Thank you.
- But I think I'll keep this.
- As insurance.
- More juice?
- Why can't we have
- breakfast every day?
- You should have
- breakfast every day, LJ.
- It's an important meal.
- No. Why can't I have
- breakfast with you every day?
- Nothing would make me happier,
- but, uh, your mommy and me--
- we don't live together anymore.
- Why?
- Well, um, sometimes that happens
- with mommies and daddies.
- But you know what?
- You're the luckiest
- boy in the world,
- 'cause your mommy
- loves you very much,
- and I love you very much.
- I'll tell you what--
- how about every Sunday,
- we have our own special breakfast,
- just you and me?
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- Little bit or a hand full?
- Hand full.
- Hand full.
- Here we go.
- Take a walk.
- Anyone else want
- to walk with him?
- Yeah.
- This is my game.
- Looks like our friend
- got his throne back.
- Looks like it.
- Something tells me we may
- have you to thank for that.
- - You don't want to know.
- You Got That Right.
- Stretch your legs, old head.
- Now, we got to have us a
- lot to talk about, don't we?
- I got nothing to say.
- You think you can
- play me, snowflake?
- 'Cause you got college?
- Big school learnin', huh?
- Well, let me school you.
- Darwin wins inside these walls.
- Not Einstein, Darwin.
- Yard time's over, ladies.
- Let's line it up.
- I'm not done with you, Fish.
- You never even got started.
- All right.
- We're through the hard part.
- Another 18 inches,
- we'll hit that pipe.
- We'll be there by Friday.
- Friday?
- Better start making
- travel arrangements.
- Maricruz, here I come, baby.
- Sardinia, here I come.
- Where are We going?
- Panama.
- Panama.
- Panama.
- Darien Gap, South of the Canal.
- No roads,
- no electricity, no cops.
- Nothing but white sand
- beaches and ice cold beer.
- Well, that's nice,
- but what about our lives?
- I don't know.
- We'll open a scuba shop.
- Hey, I don't dive.
- Neither do I,
- but we'll have plenty of time to learn.
- Bulls.
- This con says he's
- on the job in here.
- No, I don't think so.
- You heard the paisan.
- Move your ass.
- C.O., hold on one minute.
- Now, you sure about that?
- Now, you sure you can't
- use an extra hand?
- You know anything
- about construction?
- Concrete is my specialty.
- Can you dig it?
- Okay, boss. Sign him up.
- You Got it.
- All right, looks like Darwin
- wins after all, hey, Fish?
- I have a lot of dots,
- but no way to connect them.
- Nobody's getting rich here.
- What about shareholders?
- Oh, profits were minimal, and they
- were all converted back to shares.
- Looks like they subcontracted out
- some research and development,
- but it's pennies in the
- grand scheme of things.
- Nobody was pulling
- early retirement.
- You can't hide $500 million just
- by moving a few decimal points.
- In a move anticipated
- by many pundits,
- Vice President Reynolds announced
- she is running for the Presidency.
- She made the announcement from her
- hometown of Montgomery, Illinois.
- The move toward worldwide peace and
- prosperity is a marathon, not a sprint.
- But I assure you,
- America will be setting the pace.
- Money like that just
- doesn't disappear, Nick.
- You could run a small
- country with that.
- The Vice President is reported to have
- the largest campaign war chest
- in history.
- It is so large, in fact,
- that prognosticators
- are already casting her
- as the favorite in
- the presidential race.
- Maybe not a small country.
- Maybe this one.
 
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