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越狱第一季第十一集剧本台词  

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 11
- Previously on Prison Break.
- We're through the hard part.
- Another 18 inches,
- we'll hit that pipe.
- We'll be there by Friday.
- Now we got a hell of a lot
- to talk about, don't we?
- This guy says he's
- on the job in here.
- Concrete is my specialty.
- Okay, boss, sign him up.
- Whites don't want you,
- blacks don't want you.
- You're just caught in the middle,
- aren't you? A regular 'tweener.
- Hello.
- - It's me.
- - It's time.
- Yes.
- Why are you so cynical?
- Michael, I think there's cynicism
- and then there's realism.
- There's optimism, hope, faith.
- Thank you for trying to make me smile--
- not today.
- You never know.
- You want the Cooper story? I can't
- give it to you, 'cause I'm not him.
- The lawyers you tried to blow up,
- they're still running around.
- Same thing goes with the kid.
- You got to hand the
- reins over to me, now.
- First of all... Ow!
- You and your partner are off
- the job until further notice.
- That one.
- Nice choice.
- Thanks.
- Platinum.
- Brushed.
- Six point two five?
- Six point two five.
- She's a lucky woman.
- Yes. She is.
- You kept it.
- Kept what?
- The flower.
- I'm a pack rat,
- I never throw anything out.
- Yeah, all this clutter,
- it's, uh... overwhelming.
- You should see my apartment.
- Haven't even had
- our first date yet,
- and already you're
- inviting me in.
- Thought you were a nice girl.
- Oh, Michael,
- we all know nice girls finish last.
- So where do you finish?
- That depends on where I start.
- Deep breath.
- Exhale.
- Inhale.
- Sara, we're backing
- up out here.
- Right. I'm sorry.
- I'm going to get your shot.
- This is not what
- I signed on for.
- What do you want us to do? Want us to
- wave the white flag? Call a time out?
- I just want to get
- Lincoln off death row.
- Lincoln?
- We just learned that Vice President
- Reynolds funneled millions of dollars
- in research grants into
- her brother's company.
- That money was filtered into
- millions of small accounts,
- that made millions of small
- donations to her campaign,
- setting her up to be the next
- leader of the free world.
- This doesn't end with us
- stopping an execution anymore.
- For me, it does.
- Okay. Let's rotate.
- Sergeant Sodomy,
- you're up next.
- Yo.
- Come on.
- I don't know about you all,
- but, uh...
- this room is getting a little
- too dark for me to dig.
- You telling me that there's a hole in
- Fox River that you don't want to
- get into?
- What?
- Hey, no one gets hurt.
- You know, I got a question.
- How come Fusilli over here
- ain't grabbing a shovel?
- I'm handling arrangements
- on the outside.
- Really? So what is
- that transpo? Paper?
- Exactly. That makes
- me management.
- And that makes us just labor.
- Mm-hmm. Now you're getting it.
- You know, management better keep a
- close eye on the conditions up in here.
- Or the labor's liable to go on strike.
- You feel me?
- Get back to work.
- Whoa, whoa. CO's coming.
- Put that back up there.
- Scofield.
- Move it.
- It's time for your conjugal.
- Your wife is here.
- So you're Mrs. Scofield.
- You ever done this before?
- Had a conjugal, I mean.
- No.
- Don't worry,
- I'm just trying to make conversation.
- Clear.
- She look familiar to you?
- Mm. No, Captain.
- I know her from somewhere.
- You came.
- Of course.
- How have you been?
- Fine. I found a job.
- Good. I'm glad.
- Is it awful being here?
- Remember the first
- place you stayed?
- That hotel by the airport?
- Only difference is $69
- and the free shampoo.
- Always the brave face.
- You're still wearing it.
- Every day.
- I worry about you.
- Don't.
- Is there anything
- else that I can do?
- Just what we agreed on.
- I was so nervous when
- they were checking.
- One question.
- Why would you need a
- credit card in prison?
- See, I don't think the
- riot changed anything.
- Have you seen the latest
- budget cuts for this place?
- Another ten percent
- from health care.
- 35% from prevention.
- He might be the governor,
- but he's also your father.
- Maybe he thinks if he cuts
- enough they can't afford you.
- You understand this is standard
- procedure following a
- conjugal, Scofield?
- Never can be too careful.
- All right, bend over.
- You have a good time in the
- romper room with that Euro?
- Whatever you say, boss.
- She come around here before?
- First time.
- You sure?
- 'Cause damn if I don't
- recognize her from somewhere.
- Maybe she visits
- some other con.
- Killing two birds
- with one bone.
- Catching my drift?
- - I wouldn't know.
- All right. He's clear, Captain.
- Make sure you take
- a shower, Scofield.
- You never know what some
- women can give you.
- Swing low
- Sweet chariot
- Coming for to carry me home
- Swing low
- You know this one, don't you?
- Sweet chariot
- Coming for to carry me home.
- Come on, give me something.
- I thought you was
- the musical people.
- You know,
- parents must be so proud of you, man.
- I mean,
- hitting the trailer park trifecta.
- Racist... pedophile,
- and stupid.
- You know, it vexes me that...
- that I'm made out to be
- the bad guy in the room.
- It's not like y'all are incarcerated
- for stealing Girl Scout cookies.
- None of us murdered any
- Girl Scouts in the process.
- Michael's coming back
- from the bone yard.
- Alone... alone.
- I tell you everything
- about me and Maricruz,
- and you can't even tell
- me you're married?
- Later.
- Rough day, huh, Scofield?
- While the rest of us are
- in here slinging concrete,
- you got some little girl to play
- on your rusty trombone, huh?
- The man's got a point.
- Just doesn't seem equitable-like.
- You know what I'm saying?
- Shut up and dig, T-Bag.
- I think what the idiots inside
- here wants to know is...
- while we're digging this hole...
- what are you doing?
- I'm going shopping.
- We're good.
- All clear.
- A credit card?
- The bulls catch you with that, they'll
- be so far up your doggy door, you'll...
- Don't worry.
- They won't be
- catching me with one.
- How You so sure?
- Because...
- I don't have a credit card.
- Nick?
- Help! Please!
- I had an accident...
- my car... is totaled.
- I just need... please...
- is anyone in there?
- We can't just ignore him.
- The hell we can't.
- Please!
- Help me, please!
- Oh, God.
- What happened?
- Uh... I must have dozed off.
- I was driving for 12 hours.
- Should I get some
- water from the well?
- - The well's dried up.
- Oh, God, my leg.
- I think there's a
- medical kit over here.
- No one's going anywhere.
- All right.
- Say good-bye to junior.
- No!
- You know how many pints of
- blood the human body has?
- The answer is ten. Ten pints.
- How many do you think Prince Charming
- over there on the floor has left?
- Eight? Going on seven?
- Tell you what-- I'm gonna take him out
- to the woodshed, have a little talk.
- In the meantime,
- I want you to chew on this.
- You tell me everything that you have
- discovered about the Burrows case,
- and who else you've told about it,
- and there's a chance
- that I might let you go in time
- to get Mr. Savrinn to a doctor.
- You decide whose life
- is more valuable--
- the guy waiting to
- die on death row
- or the guy wishing he'd
- die out in the woodshed.
- One suit, black.
- One pair of socks, black.
- One pair of shoes.
- Shoelaces.
- One small tape recorder.
- One gold watch.
- You ever stay at
- a fancy hotel, LJ?
- You know, you leave your room
- in the morning, it's a mess.
- Wet, dirty towels on
- the bathroom floor,
- last night's room service
- stinking to high heaven.
- But then, when you come back at night,
- it's all gone.
- Fresh towels, clean sheets,
- candy on the pillow.
- It's just the best feeling
- in the whole world,
- 'cause someone else
- cleaned up your mess,
- all you had to do
- was walk away.
- Don't you hurt them.
- Okay.
- But you got to tell me exactly what
- they know and who else they have told,
- and nobody has to die tonight.
- You just walk away.
- Let me clean up your mess.
- I don't know what's going on.
- I swear to God!
- I wish I could believe that.
- Bellick assigned me
- a new cell mate.
- Who'd you get?
- Some new fish.
- Ran a bump and swipe on an off-duty cop.
- Fast hands, faster mouth.
- Yo, what's crackin',
- my peoples?
- Speak of the devil.
- Michael Scofield. David Apolskis.
- What's up?
- I seen you before, right?
- You're part of that PI crew.
- Maybe you could hook me up.
- You know,
- a brother needs to make some green--
- some cash-eesh,
- you know what I'm sayin'?
- It pays 19 cents an hour.
- 19 cents? That's slavery, yo.
- That's prison, yo.
- And besides,
- PI's all full up for now.
- All right. I feel you.
- But keep a brother in mind, all right,
- if something opens up, you know?
- Hell, I'll pay 19 cents an hour to
- get me some more time out the block.
- Like having another kid.
- Already raised one,
- I'm too old to do it again.
- You ever hear of anything
- being stolen from R and D?
- Of course.
- Bulls steal from
- personals all the time.
- The problem is,
- you never know what's gone until
- you're on the outside of the walls.
- At that point,
- you can't do anything about it.
- What if you knew now?
- Look, I told you, leave me out
- of whatever it is you got going.
- I just need to know if you've
- seen a guard with a gold watch.
- There's a lot of people that can
- get you a gold watch in here.
- Yeah, but I need this
- specific gold watch.
- Westmoreland!
- Pope wants to see you!
- Let's go!
- Look, I haven't seen nothing.
- But there is this one CO--
- word is,
- he's the worst thief in here.
- My wife just faxed this over
- for you from county records.
- Copy of Scofield's
- marriage license.
- She says you owe her big time.
- Looks legit. He wasn't trying to
- sneak in some whore for a conjugal.
- Says here, they got married the day
- before Scofield robbed that bank.
- Why the hell would he do that?
- Heard from Veronica?
- No. You?
- Just a note from LJ saying he's
- with her, that he was safe.
- But, you know, it's been awhile.
- Doesn't feel right.
- Feels wrong.
- Really wrong.
- I, uh...
- I've come to a realization.
- Either Miss Donovan and that
- boy don't like you very much
- or they have an unreasonable amount of
- faith in your cardiovascular system.
- So tell me, Nick,
- this all you got?
- This paper trail of an indictment
- that never even happened?
- Is this it?
- We know you don't have a
- surveillance tape anymore.
- We know you don't have
- anybody to testify.
- So is this really
- all you've got?
- Mr. Savrinn, that bullet went
- through your teres major,
- ripped the lateral
- margin of your scapula,
- leaving you absolutely no
- medial rotation of your arm.
- So, if you try to swing that
- piece of lumber at me...
- ...it's gonna feel like your arm
- is ripping out of its socket.
- Come on, Nick. Mr.
- Project Justice.
- We both know why you're really here,
- don't we?
- And it ain't to save
- Lincoln Burrows' life.
- Inside these walls, I creep and I crawl,
- looking for a way out.
- But I know it's gonna
- be no easy route.
- This is gonna be a 12 round...
- 12 round bout.
- With Bellick and
- T-Bag on my mind...
- ...it's grindin' here...
- Still interested in
- getting in on PI?
- Does my mama got
- big breastices?
- I wouldn't know.
- Hell, yeah, she does,
- and hell, yeah, I do.
- All right, look,
- I need a favor.
- Word is, you made your
- trade as a snatch and grab.
- That's right.
- I need you to steal something
- back that was stolen from me.
- What kind of somethin'
- we talkin' about?
- Just a watch.
- Uh-uh, there ain't no such
- thing as "just a watch."
- Every design has
- a different clasp,
- every clasp has a
- different swipe.
- It's Italian, a Remedi.
- Gold band,
- pearl face, all-weather.
- What year?
- -2003
- There's a butterfly
- clasp on that bitch.
- Which means what?
- Hidden deployment.
- There ain't no way to snatch it
- without the mark feeling it--
- which just means I'm gonna have
- to get whimsical on this ficky.
- I get you this watch,
- that mean I get in on some of that PI?
- It means I'll think about it--
- no promises.
- Why you need this
- watch so bad anyway?
- Let's just say it means a
- lot to someone in my family.
- Come in, Charles. Sit down.
- What's going on?
- I've got some bad
- news, Charles.
- Your daughter is very sick.
- She's got esophageal cancer.
- Now, she's at Sacred
- Heart in Indianapolis.
- And she wants to see you
- while there's still time.
- How much time?
- Doctors say a few weeks.
- The problem is, the D.O.C.
- is not gonna let you go.
- They think you're
- still a flight risk.
- - She's my only child.
- I know that.
- Believe me, Charles,
- I've lobbied on your behalf.
- It's state policy.
- They will only extend furloughs
- in the case of funerals.
- You're telling me
- I have to wait until she
- dies before I see her?
- Mr. Scofield, looks like I'll be
- administering your shot today.
- Where's Dr. Tancredi?
- We've got a busy schedule today.
- She's with another patient.
- Hold him down before
- he jumps off the cart!
- Hold his legs!
- Hold his legs down!
- Hey, we need a doctor here!
- All right. What's happened?
- I don't know. The kid was in chow.
- Then all of sudden,
- he collapsed,
- and he started spittin' up his food.
- Looks like he's having
- some kind of a seizure.
- Get him up here,
- get him up here.
- And make sure he
- doesn't hurt himself.
- I gonna O2 and a cardio...
- Hold him, hold him!
- So, Ms. Donovan, how is that background
- in real estate law going for you?
- It's a big help? Hmm?
- You know, frankly,
- I think we caught a break.
- Lincoln had nailed a
- girl with half a brain,
- she probably would have brought
- this whole thing down already.
- But you know what
- the worst part is?
- That you dragged these
- people into this,
- knowing that you had no
- clue how to get them out.
- I mean, if you had just
- minded your own business,
- people like Leticia Barris--
- she wouldn't have a mouthful
- of maggots right about now.
- Your fianc?would not be
- lying in his apartment
- waiting for the smell
- of his rotting corpse
- to let the neighbors know that
- something had gone horribly wrong.
- That's right--
- their deaths are on your head.
- You made this mess.
- Nobody else. You.
- But you're also the one person
- that can end it all right here.
- All I need to know is
- who else you've involved.
- So, you just nod,
- and I'll know you're ready to talk.
- You know, Ms.
- Donovan, I think that, uh,
- you look a little cold.
- Maybe you'll find it
- easier to talk...
- after you've warmed
- up a little bit.
- Where is he? What happened?
- We got to move.
- Come on, we don't have time. Come on!
- Come on,
- we're getting out of here.
- Where are the keys?
- My pocket.
- Start the car!
- Okay. Is he gonna be all right?
- Go start the car, LJ!
- We're gonna get you to a hospital,
- all right?
- A gift from my cell mate.
- Thank you. And thank him.
- The watch--
- what's it for anyway?
- Thought you didn't want to
- know about any of this.
- Things have changed.
- I want in.
- Why the sudden change of heart?
- I have my reasons.
- Don't take this the wrong way,
- but everyone who's in is
- bringing something to the table.
- How about money?
- How much we talking about?
- I think You know.
- I seem to remember several conversations
- that ended with, "I am not
- D.B. Cooper."
- I lied.
- You lied?
- We're cons. We tend to do that.
- I checked your alibi.
- According to records,
- you were incarcerated at the
- time of the Cooper hijacking.
- My father and I share more than
- just a weakness for easy money.
- We also share a name.
- Charles Westmoreland,
- Senior was the one locked up that day.
- Now, do you want
- the money or not?
- No offense,
- but it's a little convenient.
- You want in, and suddenly,
- you're the guy.
- How do I know you're
- not lying right now?
- Hey, Old Man River,
- keep it moving.
- Hey, Sucre...
- I got a question about you
- and the rest of the Mexicans.
- I don't think I'll
- be able to help,
- seeing as I'm Puerto Rican.
- Geographical semantics, amigo.
- I'm speaking about the
- general "Latin-o" population.
- How is it that a
- people so historically
- lazy ended up being such a big
- part of the nation's work force?
- The way I see things,
- it's everyone else that's lazy.
- Otherwise, there wouldn't be
- any jobs for the immigrants.
- The ones sitting at home collecting
- unemployment, the lazy ones--
- it's not us.
- You gonna let him talk
- about your people like that?
- Uh, whatever, Deliverance.
- You know what?
- We may be a team in here,
- but just so that you know,
- the minute we get over that wall,
- it's every man for himself.
- Or sooner.
- LJ?
- LJ?
- LJ?
- Do you know how the
- Russians do things?
- They let you live, and they kill
- everyone else in your family,
- and, well,
- any-anyone you've ever loved.
- How does that sound?
- Go to hell.
- Oh, come on.
- Is that any way
- for a lady to talk?
- Oh.
- What, do you think
- I'm an idiot?
- I'm just going to
- walk into a well?
- Seriously, Ms. Donovan.
- You all right?
- Scofield, no sitting
- down on the job.
- I want you out here working
- where I can see you.
- I'm on it, boss.
- Move it, Scofield. Move it!
- Hey, Brad. Good to see you.
- Hey, baby.
- All right,
- ladies and gentlemen,
- put your hands together for
- our next lovely young lady.
- Up on the main stage,
- it's Jasmine.
- Would you like a private dance?
- Why don't you sit down
- and chat for awhile.
- See if we hit it off.
- - So, what's your name?
- Brad.
- Yours?
- Jasmine.
- Come on... your real name.
- - It's Nika.
- Nika.
- Now that's a pretty name.
- Tell me, Nika, how's your husband
- feel about you working here?
- I'm not married.
- I hope you're lying for
- the sake of titillation.
- Otherwise, your little visit to Fox
- River this morning would have been
- breaking the law...
- Mrs. Scofield.
- We are married.
- But they tell all the girls to lie.
- It's better for
- making business.
- I'm not here to
- get you in trouble.
- I just want to know a little
- more about your husband.
- Well, he's a very good man.
- I'm sure he is.
- But even good men do bad things.
- Your accent. You're from--
- now, don't tell me-- Budapest, right?
- Prague.
- Prague...
- How recently did you come over?
- Only a couple months, I bet.
- You like it here in America?
- You know,
- I really have to keep moving.
- They don't like us to spend
- too much time in one spot.
- Now I don't want to have to check
- into your immigration status...
- I just need to know
- what Michael Scofield wanted from
- you in exchange for the green card.
- Nothing.
- We met while he was
- studying overseas...
- I don't want to know what
- you memorized for the INS.
- Now, either you answer my
- questions about Scofield,
- or I call my guy in
- the Chicago P.D.
- And maybe he starts asking
- some questions about you.
- A credit card.
- He asked me to bring him a credit card.
- That's it.
- Yeah. Trace this call.
- Come and get me-- now.
- New Glarus, I'm in New Glarus.
- No, thanks, I brought my own.
- Dorothy Andrews Elston Kabis.
- United States Treasurer, 1971.
- The year of the D.B.
- Cooper hijacking.
- DI192589--
- the first number in a series of
- bills used in the ransom drop.
- Thanks for the history lesson.
- All it proves is you
- did the research.
- Same as me.
- So, you're married.
- Uh, well... not in the
- traditional sense of the word.
- Michael, we're both adults,
- put your cards on the table.
- Okay, I'll got first.
- Um... as one of the very
- few women around here,
- I'm used to a certain amount of
- innuendo and flirtation
- being thrown my way.
- I'm not used to enjoying it.
- Look, Sara...
- It's "Dr.
- Tancredi," and please let me finish.
- I'm not a jealous woman.
- But I am a careful one.
- And for some reason,
- when I'm around you, I'm not. Careful.
- - You don't have to be.
- Yes, I do.
- There are so many questions
- surrounding you, Michael.
- There are way too many.
- So here's the deal. Um...
- From now on, your shots,
- any medical concerns,
- they're all fine,
- as long as it's doctor-patient.
- But personal questions
- and favors of any kind,
- are no longer a part
- of our relationship.
- The questions you
- have about me...
- there are answers.
- Quinn!
- I was getting worried.
- You guys get lost?
- We tried to call you again
- to pinpoint your signal,
- but you never picked up.
- Yeah, the battery went dead
- on the damn cell phone.
- What are you going
- to do, right?
- So, uh, how'd it go?
- I have a broken leg down here.
- Yeah, listen, you know, I think
- maybe we got off on the wrong foot.
- You have bosses, I have bosses.
- but at the end of the day,
- we're all on the same team.
- Right? We're both just trying
- to tie up some loose ends.
- I could not agree more.
- Yeah, so, can you guys get a
- rope or a ladder, or something?
- What the hell is that?
- Hey... Hey!
- Just tying up some loose ends.
- You stupid son of...
- Hey, guys! Hey!
- Hey, don't do this!
- Don't do this!
- Please! My leg's broken, I can't stand!
- You have to help me!
- You can't just leave him down there.
- He'll die.
- He's the only one who knows we
- don't have the Burrows kid.
- The only one.
- There's room for you
- down there too, Danny.
- Don't leave me like this!
- Don't leave me! Please!
- Please!
- You coming back to PI today?
- It's getting kind of testy in there,
- you know?
- Yeah.
- I just needed to
- find something out.
- What the hell is that?
- Listen.
- Am I supposed to be
- hearing something?
- Shh. Just hold on.
- There.
- what?
- We sat around here for 20
- minutes waiting to hear that?
- 18 minutes, actually.
- And, yes.
- What was it?
- Keys.
- The guards' keys.
- 18 minutes is how long we
- have between each time
- the guards pass beneath the infirmary
- windows on their rounds at night.
- Cons aren't allowed
- outside after hours.
- It was the only way I
- could find out the timing.
- What does that mean?
- It means...
- Four days from now,
- on the night of the escape,
- we'll have 18 minutes to get the
- bars off the infirmary window,
- and for all seven of us to get
- across the wire and over the wall.
- Is that doable?
- Of course.
- What's up?
- Nothing.
- Hey, I know that look.
- What's up?
- I hit it! I hit it!
- There it is, the pipe!
- We're there!
- Guys, guys.
- Come on, Michael, talk to me.
- You want the good
- news or the bad?
- The good.
- Westmoreland and
- his money are in.
- - What's the bad?
- - I've done the math.
- It'll take at least 5 minutes for us to
- get the bars off the window in
- the infirmary.
- And two minutes each for us to get
- across the wire and over the wall.
- So?
- We've only got 18 minutes.
- We've got too many people.
- One of them has to go.
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