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越狱第一季第十四集剧本台词  

2007-09-20 15:07:17|  分类: 英语沙龙 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 14
- My name is Michael Scofield.
- My brother is facing
- the electric chair,
- framed for a crime
- he didn't commit.
- What is it about this case that the
- Secret Service is so interested in?
- The man killed the vice
- president's brother.
- After his appeals
- were exhausted,
- I knew there was only
- one way to get him out.
- This is the police.
- Put down your weapon!
- Michael.
- - I'm getting you out of here.
- - It's impossible.
- Not if you designed the place,
- it isn't.
- Have you seen the blueprints?
- Better than that.
- I've got them on me.
- I've been at Fox River
- nearly a month now.
- In that time,
- I've assembled a group that
- has all the resources we
- need to not only break out,
- but to stay out.
- I'm Michael, by the way.
-  Dr. Tancr...
-  Tancredi like the governor?
- While we dig on the inside,
- our lawyer searches for
- the truth on the outside.
- I have information that will lead to
- the exoneration of Lincoln Burrows.
- Somebody on the inside claims
- they can exonerate Lincoln.
- Someone's been talking.
- Anyone that's a
- threat is expendable.
- They're ready for you,
- Madam Vice President.
- 24 hours from now,
- my brother is scheduled to die,
- but the way I see it,
- 24 hours from now,
- we'll be out of the country.
- It's there.
- It can't be done.
- We're not getting out of here.
- Unfortunately, Pretty,
- that ain't an option.
- You are gonna get
- us out of here.
- Unless you're gonna use your
- shank to take out the pipe,
- put it away.
- I'll put it in your neck,
- you don't get us out of here.
-  Bring It down a peg, T-Bag.
- - Shut your mouth!
- Remember, Pretty,
- I am serving life plus one.
- So if I get busted
- for attempted escape,
- I'm gonna throw in a homicide,
- no problem.
- That's like a
- parking ticket to me.
-  You okay?
-  Felt sick again.
- Yeah, you took your I.V.s out.
- Yeah, I didn't want to throw up on the
- floor, so I just came to the drain.
- Just let me walk this off.
- I'll be fine.
- Lincoln, there is no reason for you
- to be here if your I.V. isn't in.
- Everything all right in here?
- It's fine.
- Why isn't he cuffed
- to the table?
- What's he gonna do,
- steal a cotton ball?
- Can't have him walking around, Doc.
- You know that.
- What was that?
- Put your wrist out.
- You gonna turn this
- into something?
- I'm not gonna say it again.
- Put your wrist out.
- Hey, Keith,
- come check this out!
- Keith?
- We got to go. Now.
- Give me the rope.
- Give me the rope now!
- Tie that off.
- Okay, I'm down.
- We got to go, Michael.
- It's done. Let's go.
- Did it break off or
- did someone break it?
- I don't know.
- Here's the other half.
- Hey, hey. What's up, Brad?
- Heading over to Sharkey's.
- It's two-fer Tuesday.
-  Want to hoist a few?
- - Man, I'd love to,
- but my wife is cooking dinner,
- and I told her I'd be home.
- Wuss. Anybody else?
- Suit yourselves.
- Hey, none of the Sheetrock in front
- of the break room's been touched.
- Ah, the P.I.'s
- letting it dry out.
- Still?
- - Westmoreland!
- - I'm caught on something.
- Come on! Come on!
- Come on! Come on!
- Stay there. Stay down there.
- Why was this door locked?
- Wasn't locked, boss.
- The fan kept pushing it open,
- so we just had to wedge it closed.
- You've been in here all
- night not doing a damn thing.
- Room is still wet, boss.
- Nothing we could do.
- It's not like we were
- having a picnic.
- Bunch of shiftless,
- no-good convicts.
- You got something
- to say, Scofield?
- Wrap it up.
- And all four of you,
- get your asses back to the block.
- Hey. Get these nitwits
- back to the cell block.
- You seem to be one light.
- Right  here, boss.
- Oh, no. No way!
- I should be halfway to
- seeing my family right now!
- Let's go.
- Now!
- Keep it moving.
- Move it! Let's go, ladies!
- You think he knows?
- Lincoln.
- I'm here with Henry Pope, who is the
- warden of Fox River Penitentiary,
- where Lincoln Burrows is scheduled to
- die by electrocution at 12:01
- a.m. tomorrow.
- Warden Pope, can you tell me what's
- going to happen in the next few hours?
- There are strict Department
- of Corrections guidelines
- that govern every
- aspect of an execution.
- Measures taken to make sure that the
- process goes as smoothly as possible.
- Such as?
- The correctional officers
- will do a walk-through.
- We'll review the
- list of witnesses.
- The chair will be checked and re-checked
- to make sure there's no problem.
- And Mr. Burrows himself?
- Have you spoken with him?
- What are his thoughts
- in these final hours?
- I'd say that's between
- him and his God.
- And maybe the governor.
- I understand Burrows' attorneys
- are going to request a stay.
- I  wish them the best of luck.
- Does that mean you
- believe he's innocent?
- It means...
- I believe in the process,
- but I don't relish the prospect
- of taking another man's life.
- Whether it's just or not, there's
- no joy that lies before us today.
- Okay, thank you
- very much Warden.
- And we will be here with
- you throughout the night
- watching and waiting to see if
- Lincoln Burrows does, in fact,
- become only the 13th person to be
- executed in the State of Illinois
- since 1976.
- Just so you got one less
- thing to worry about,
- I want you to know
- I ain't mad at you.
- Thank you.
-  How long until...
- - 16 hours.
- Are his lawyers
- making any progress?
- Is there still a
- chance with that?
- No. There's only one person who
- can really stop this execution.
- I need to see my brother.
- Just to talk, for five minutes.
- Yeah. Yeah, I'll try.
- Hey.
- Um... I'm sorry.
- I'm told that you have to
- wait until final visitation.
- Would you talk to your
- father for me? Please?
- Believe me, my father knows where
- I stand on the death penalty,
- and I'm just as clear
- on his stance...
- Sara, uh, Dr.
- Tancredi, I'm sorry. Um...
- This isn't about the morality
- of the death penalty.
- This is...
- This is about killing an innocent man:
- my brother.
- And, surely,
- your father can't be in favor of that.
- Just talk to Lincoln's attorneys,
- just for an hour,
- and I swear to God,
- you'll be convinced of his innocence.
- Michael, I would pick
- up the phone right now
- if I thought there was any chance
- that I could make a difference.
- But you have to understand.
- I'm the last person in the
- world that my father listens to.
- He hates what I do,
- he hates what I believe in.
- And if I'm the one asking for
- clemency for your brother,
- your brother won't get it.
- I'm sorry.
- Look, if Terrence Steadman
- is still alive, Lyle,
- then it can't be Terrence
- Steadman buried in the ground.
- Yeah, but a secret informant claims
- that Steadman is still alive?
- I don't know, Nick,
- it all sounds pretty far-fetched.
- You're his clerk,
- just get us on the docket.
- Nick, you're asking him to
- commit political suicide
- by granting a stay of execution to
- Illinois' most notorious death
- row inmate.
- Officially, all we're asking
- is for an exhumation order.
- If he grants it, he can order a
- stay until the tests are come in.
- An exhumation order?
- Well  that's better-- digging up the
- vice president's brother. No way.
- Lyle, Lyle, look, we took Intro
- to Civ Pro together, remember?
- We studied for the bar,
- day and night,
- in that crappy little
- apartment of yours,
- talking about how we're
- going to make a difference.
- Nick, you filed an
- eleventh hour motion,
- and Judge Kessler's docket
- is full this afternoon...
- Come on, Lyle,
- everyone knows you run that courtroom.
- You can't adjust
- things around a bit?
- The informant that was killed yesterday?
- I was there.
- I know firsthand these people
- will do whatever they can
- to frame Lincoln for
- Steadman's murder.
- All we're asking
- is to be heard.
- I'll give you 15 minutes
- this afternoon-- that's it!
- - Thank you, thank you!
- - Yeah, you're welcome.
- He doesn't even
- know what happened.
-  He knows You tried.
-  Do You think so?
- He's your brother;
- he knows you, so yes.
- I promised I would
- get him out of here.
- You promised a lot
- of people, Pretty.
-  Enough, Man, all right?
- - This don't concern you, boy.
- You don't get a man's hopes up
- like that, and then just...
- Back up or I'll beat your
- skinny ass into the ground.
- And it wouldn't
- take much to do it.
- All right, ladies, Rec time's over;
- back on the block!
- You owe me a ticket
- out of here, Pretty.
- And I will collect.
- I'm really am sorry
- about your brother.
- Thanks.
- Look, I know you were
- counting on this, so...
- Let me worry about my problems.
- I know you've got enough
- on your mind right now.
- For what it's worth,
- over the years, I've known
- a few men who've sat on that chair,
- and as the day gets near,
- all you can really do
- is pray it goes quick.
- Once, about ten years ago,
- there was a man caught a few sparks,
- not enough to do the job.
- Had to wait another three weeks
- while they reset the whole process.
- It may sound crazy, but he said it
- was the worst three weeks of his life,
- 'cause it not the lightning that
- kills you... it's the wait.
- So take solace in the fact that
- your brother's wait is over.
- So if something
- happens to the chair,
- he's got three more weeks?
- There's a lot of protocol
- in killing a man.
- A new death warrant,
- another medical clearance...
- A lot can happen
- in three weeks.
-  Yo, what the grapes, yo?
-  Thanks.
- - What y'all talking about?
-  Nothing.
- Keep it together, come on!
- Go! Keep it together!
- I'm going in.
- It's daytime.
- I'll hang a sheet.
- Do you have any
- questions about...
- what's going to happen tonight?
- When I get to eat,
- where I'm supposed to walk,
- how it's gonna feel when
- they tighten the belts...
- Any of that gonna
- help come midnight?
- Some feel it's best
- to be prepared.
- - How's Michael?
- - He's anxious to see you.
- Unfortunately, we've been told that
- that's not possible until
- final visitation.
- You've been through
- this before?
- No.
- Just so you know,
- a doctor needs to be present, so,
- for  what it's worth,
- I'll be there tonight.
-  Can I ask a favor?
-  Yeah. What?
- When I'm gone, can you...
- Will you look out
- for my brother?
- What were you doing back there?
- Hmm. So you like
- doing that, too?
- Dipping the fry in a shake?
- Hells yeah.
- Mmm. Good times. Good times.
- So what's going on out there?
- Nothing, you know?
- Just staying out of trouble.
- I meant in terms of any...
- office gossip you might have for me.
- So check it. This one fool has
- been trying to cop a joint.
- So I'll keep ear
- hustling for that.
- We had an agreement.
- You were supposed to bird-dog
- Scofield and get back to me.
- I been trying, man,
- I've been working the corners. Trust me.
- I ain't got nothing.
- I seen you talking to him
- in the yard and the geezer.
- Yeah, I talked to Scofield
- but he ain't told me nothing.
- Then it's a hundred bucks
- for the burger and fries.
- Boss, you know I
- ain't got no money.
- Then you better start
- selling your ass.
- A hundred bucks by
- the end of this shift,
- or there's gonna be a bidding war to
- see who gets you as their new cellie.
- Beat it.
- In the yard today,
- I did hear Scofield say something.
- And?
- He said if something goes
- wrong with the chair,
- his brother gets three
- more weeks to live.
- We're square. Get out of here.
-  How is It going in here?
-  Ready for liftoff.
- - Chair's working?
-  Yeah. Why?
-  Run a test.
-  Already did.
- The electrical contractor signed
- off on the diagnostic this morning.
- - We're good to go.
-  Run It again.
- Why?
- Run it.
- It ain't working.
- Son of a bitch.
- I don't know what could have happened.
- So once they redo all the paperwork,
- your brother gets three more weeks.
-  Right.
-  So We got time.
- Not a lot, but some.
- Are we still going
- through the infirmary?
- If I corrode that pipe again,
- they'll know something's up.
- You got another way?
- Right now, I'm just worried
- about getting through tonight.
- Careful, there's 2,000 volts
- running through that thing.
- Oh, God.
- Give me the strength to walk...
- Give the strength to walk...
- I want to see my brother.
- When we move you to
- Final Visitation.
- - When's that?
-  Right after We Do this.
- Just...
- It's your last day, Linc.
- I'd prefer to keep you out of
- cuffs as much as possible, but
- I need some assurances.
- You've  always been
- straight-up with me, Stolte.
- You have my word.
- Your Honor, from the outset, Mr.
- Burrows' case has been tainted by
- a conspiracy characterized
- by destruction of evidence,
- distortion of the truth,
- and witness intimidation.
- Again, Judge, I have to object.
- These are some serious accusations
- with absolutely no proof.
- No proof? What have I been
- arguing for the past 20 minutes?
- You got me.
- Judge Kessler, Mr.
- Tucci might not appreciate the weight
- of what we've just presented,
- but surely you must.
- As Ms. Donovan stated,
- a top video forensic analyst
- has disputed the authenticity
- of a surveillance tape
- that was the key piece of evidence
- in convicting Lincoln Burrows.
- That's the tape that no
- longer exists, right?
- Because your client
- had it destroyed.
- Unless my client is a rusted water
- pipe in the County Records office,
- I'm afraid you're mistaken.
- Judge, Ms.
- Donovan's apartment was blown up
- in an attempt to
- silence both her and me.
- That was independently corroborated
- as a gas leak, Your Honor.
- Judge, a month ago,
- a  Secret Service agent named Paul
- Kellerman visited my office.
- I saw Kellerman last night, when he shot
- and killed another agent, Daniel Hale,
- right after Hale told me that
- Terrence Steadman was alive and well.
- Your Honor,
- I'm presenting to the clerk an affidavit
- from the Director of the
- Secret Service agency.
- It states that at no
- time has there ever been
- an agent of that organization by the
- name of Paul Kellerman, or Daniel Hale.
- In addition, there were no other
- witnesses to this shooting.
- p袾o bullets were found,
- no blood, no shell casings.
- The only witness to this alleged
- murder is Veronica Donovan,
- Lincoln Burrows' ex-girlfriend.
- Now, Your Honor,
- I feel for Ms. Donovan.
-  Save it.
-  I do.
- But desperation causes
- desperate acts.
- And that's what we're seeing here today,
- Your Honor.
- My client, the Vice President
- of the United States...
- Judge Kessler...
- Do either of you have any
- evidence that is admissible?
- Even just tangible?
- Your claims, if true,
- are terrifying.
- But anything, or anyone,
- that could verify your story is either
- gone, missing or dead.
- I know time is of the essence.
- I'll reserve judgment for now.
- I'll take your arguments
- into consideration,
- and I'll have a decision
- within a few hours.
- These little bastards are the bane
- of my existence, I swear to God.
- You get this a lot?
- Yeah, they're attracted to
- the heat when they're cold,
- plus, they got collapsible
- vertebrae or some deal,
- so they can squeeze through a crack
- yea big, if they're determined.
- And he shorted the wire
- just by biting on it?
- Not by chewing on
- the wire alone,
- but if the tail touches metal,
- it acts as a ground,
- and boom, fuse pops.
-  Along with the rat.
- - I'll be damned.
- So, can you change the fuse?
- Yeah, there's another one
- right here in the box.
- Can do it now?
- Right after I notify the State
- and fill out the paperwork.
- Now, hold up a minute, you two.
- Both of you.
- We're gonna give more time
- to a guy who killed the
- Vice President's brother?
- This guy's a terrorist.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- Forget about losing our jobs,
- we could all face charges.
- Only the three of us know.
- Real easy to keep it that way.
- It's your guys' call.
-  How much longer?
-  Six hours.
- Open on 40!
- Scofield, your brother's gonna be
- transported to Final Visitation soon.
- You can meet him there.
- You look surprised.
- You knew it was
- scheduled today.
- No, I...
- You were saying?
- They'll be transporting you to
- Final Visitation in a minute.
- Thanks for keeping
- your word, Linc.
- Linc, you're gonna have
- to change into these.
- What's that?
- At the moment of death,
- the body becomes incontinent, so...
- - It's a diaper?
-  Yeah.
- You need to wear it.
- Make me.
- It's a good look, huh?
- It's, uh, for the electricity.
- Hair gets in the
- way or something.
- I did everything I could.
- I know you did.
- Last time I had my head shaved
- was when I was running with Derek.
-  Remember Derek?
-  Uh, Yeah.
- Bet me 40 bucks I wouldn't shave it.
- I said, make it 100.
- Still owes me.
-  Have You heard from Veronica?
- - She's supposed to be coming.
- Is there any news on the appeal?
- 'Cause there could still be a chance...
- Stop it. Michael, please.
- This thing's gonna happen.
- I got to get my head straight.
- Let's just share memories,
- swap stories,
- talk about the damn weather,
- anything but torturing myself
- with the idea of hope.
- I can't take it anymore.
- All right.
- - You can't go, LJ.
- - I don't care.
- I have to see him.
- You can't go to the prison.
- You'll never make it through the gate.
- There will be cops everywhere.
- Look, you got to wait until we get
- all this cleared up, all right?
- It's the judge's clerk.
- Lyle, what do you got?
- Yeah.
- Thanks, man.
- They ruled against us.
- Yeah.
- I'm going to go and see him.
- I'm going to stay here with LJ.
- You gonna be okay going alone?
- Yeah, I'm going to be fine.
- Tell Lincoln...
- you know, just, we tried.
- Go to the back room. Go!
- You're the attorneys
- for Lincoln Burrows?
- You letting me win, Michael?
- No.
- Mm-hmm. Show me your cards.
- - I'm not going to show you my cards.
-  Show me your cards.
- - I'm not going to show you my cards.
-  Give me your cards.
- Gin.
- Funny, that.
- Three out of five.
- How often would you
- make those for LJ?
- Whenever I had him on weekends.
- Maybe the only decent
- thing I ever did for him.
- No. You were there for him.
- Not enough.
- I don't know how they can
- stomach stuff before...
- We lost the appeal.
- Your friend Sara
- came by, though.
-  Did She hear You out?
-  She did.
- Is she going to
- talk to her father?
- I sure as hell hope so.
- It doesn't matter
- any more, guys.
- You've done more
- than enough for me.
- That's the most
- important thing.
- I couldn't bring LJ.
- I know.
- I can get him on
- the phone, though.
- What do I say?
- LJ... it's your dad.
-  Hey, Dad.
-  LJ.
-  So, This is it.
-  Yeah.
- I am... I want you to, uh...
- stick with Veronica and Nick and
- clear your name. You'll be all right.
- I wish I could be there, Dad.
- Me, too.
- 'Cause there's something
- I want to tell you.
- What's that?
- I had a dream last night.
- You and me were working on a house,
- pounding nails.
- And in the dream...
- it felt like we were older.
- It was so clear.
- The whole dream.
- And when I woke...
- I knew that today wasn't
- going to be the end.
- That...
- That we'll see each
- other again, Dad.
- I know it.
- I love you, Dad.
- Those numbers support Burrows' claim
- about Terrence Steadman's
- pending indictment.
- Now, with the related murders,
- and then the confidential informant,
- I just wanted to make sure that you
- were fully aware of the circumstances.
- I'm fully acquainted with
- the Burrows case, Sara,
- but I never heard
- about any of this.
- Well, I hadn't either until I spoke
- with Burrows' attorneys this afternoon.
- And I understand that most of this
- evidence is technically
- considered circumstantial,
- but I think you'll agree
- it's hard to ignore.
- How did you get
- involved with all this?
- These men are my patients.
- It's my job advocate for them.
- Come on, Sara, how many of these
- guys say that they are innocent?
- 80, 90 percent?
- I mean, it's not like you're asking
- me for a new bike here, kid.
- Being tough on crime,
- capital punishment--
- it's all part of a philosophy
- that I believe in.
- Part of a philosophy that I
- campaigned on, was elected for.
- I have to go back to Fox River.
- I have to be there when
- they kill this man.
- The least you could do
- is review his case.
- And, Dad, if it helps...
- pretend it didn't come from me.
- I've never given a damn about
- what people thought of me.
- Never.
- The last couple of days...
- I gotta admit, you know...
- Lee Harvey Oswald,
- John Wilkes Booth...
- Lincoln Burrows.
- I'm gonna go down in
- history with these freaks.
- Bitch of it all is
- I didn't do it.
- I didn't do it!
- I didn't do it.
- It's time.
- Warden!
-  what is it?
- - It's the governor.
- Yes, Governor.
- Okay.
- I understand.
- The governor has reviewed
- your case fully.
- He's not granting clemency.
- Let's proceed.
- You did your country and
- your party a great service.
- It won't go unnoticed.
-  Thank You, Madame Vice President.
-  Thank You, Governor.
- Can't go past here.
- Once he's in the death chamber,
- you'll be escorted to the viewing room.
- Can I...
- Yeah.
- I've loved you since the
- first time I saw you.
- Uncuff him.
- Let's go, son.
- - I didn't kill that man, Michael.
-  Swear to me.
- I swear to you.
- Preparation can only
- take you so far.
- After that,
- you got to take a few leaps of faith.
- Don't give up on me.
- What if something
- happens to you?
- You just have a little faith.
- Just have a little faith.
- How about every Sunday,
- we have our own special breakfast?
-  Just You and me.
-  Yeah.
- Give me your hand.
- You got to have faith, LJ.
- I love you, Dad.
- I came in here a man.
- Give me the strength to
- walk out of here a man.
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