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越狱第一季第十五集剧本台词  

2007-09-20 15:07:47|  分类: 英语沙龙 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 15
- Previously on Prison Break:
- I'm through.
- See you on the other side.
- It can't be done.
- We're not getting out of here.
- There's only one person who
- can really stop this execution.
- Would you talk to your father...
- for me?
- I'm the last person in the
- world that my father listens to.
- The governor has reviewed your case.
- He's not granting clemency.
- Let's proceed.
- I came in here a man, give me the
- strength to walk out of here a man.
- Doctor... you can leave now.
- It's him.
- Mi... Michael...
- What's he saying?
- Michael... turn around...
- It's him.
- What do you think he's saying?
- Michael... turn around.
- - What's going on?
- - I don't know.
- What's happening?
- What the hell's
- going on in there?
- I can't tell you how sorry I am that
- you've had to go through all this.
- Lincoln...
-  What happened in there?
-  Judge Kessler called.
- - The execution's been delayed.
- - What do you mean, "delayed"?
- Apparently, some new
- evidence has come to light.
-  What evidence?
- - I don't understand.
- How long do we have:
- one day, two days?
- That's all the information I
- have at the moment. I'm sorry.
- I'll give you a minute.
- You okay?
- I need to know how
- much time we have.
- I'll go and see the
- judge and find out.
- You're with Michael;
- you'll be okay.
-  Did you see him?
-  Who?
- The guy in the viewing room.
- No.
- It was Dad.
- It was Dad.
- It was him; I know it was.
- - That's not possible, Linc.
-  It is possible. I saw him.
- I don't know how
- you could have.
- There were only a half a
- dozen people in that room--
- me, Veronica,
- and a bunch of reporters.
- - He wasn't there.
- - You don't know that.
- I do.
- I would have recognized him.
- You don't remember what he looks like.
- I do.
- This is a man who took off,
- what, 30 years ago?
- Why would he come back now,
- at the very last minute?
- I don't know.
- Why is he still alive?
- It appears that some information was
- anonymously slipped to the judge.
- Anonymously?
- It was your fat little friend, Hale.
- If you had taken care of him sooner--
- - It wasn't Hale.
-  How do you know that?
- If Hale had given
- Veronica Donovan
- anything that could have
- gotten a stay of execution,
- I think she would have brought it up
- when she made her argument in court.
- It didn't come from him.
- Well, who else on
- your end knows?
- Who else on your end knows?
- Why all the finger-pointing at us?
- Are you sure that the leak didn't
- come from your end? From The Company?
- Hey, we are all on the
- same team, remember?
- Absolutely.
- Just find the leak...
- and plug it.
- Thank you, ma'am.
- One more thing--
- the next time you're
- in my office,
- I expect you to stand when
- you're addressing me.
- Absolutely.
- All I can tell is... I was working
- late in chambers, I left at 11:00,
- and there it was,
- right under my door.
- One is Terrence Steadman's
- autopsy report.
- In it, his appendix is noted
- as present and unremarkable.
- The other paper is an operative report
- from when Mr. Steadman was 12 years old.
- The procedure was
- an appendectomy.
- - That's impossible. Let me see this.
-  I want The conviction overturned
- and Lincoln Burrows immediately
- released from custody.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, not so fast.
- These records haven't
- even been certified.
- The hospital can tell you.
- The hospital does not keep records
- going back that far. I checked.
- So, as far as we know,
- these documents could be a hoax
- from some anti-death
- penalty advocate,
- or, dare I say it,
- defense counsel.
- Oh, please.
- You're preposterous.
- Let's just all take a
- deep breath here, okay?
- I don't know what
- these papers mean,
- and, for that reason,
- I'd like to err on the side of caution.
- I'm going to delay the
- execution for two weeks.
- That should give us more than
- enough time to exhume the body.
- Exhume  the body.
- Your Honor, all due respect--
- that is a drastic measure.
- It's also the only way
- we're going to know
- if that body in the ground
- is really Terrence Steadman.
- So that's not Steadman
- that was buried?
- We don't know.
- If it isn't, Lincoln's free.
- If it is,
- we're back where we started.
- Take care of yourself, Michael.
- So that body--
- what if it's him?
- Well, I'm not going
- to sit around hoping.
- What does that mean?
- That means we get back to work.
- God, I was hoping
- you would say that.
- They're digging
- up the body, huh?
- To be honest, I've never been in
- a situation like this before.
- If nothing else,
- you can be glad that
- you've got people who'll go to extreme
- lengths to get you out of here.
- No kidding.
- Oh.
- Warden... um...
- at the execution,
- there was a man in
- the viewing room.
- I  was just wondering if you or anyone
- in the prison had spoken to him.
- Well... according
- to this, uh...
- those present were your brother,
- his attorney, and three reporters--
- two women and a man.
- The man-- who was he?
- Um... he was from the Headline Press.
- William Prall.
- You know him?
- No.
- Hmm. Guard.
- Hold it steady, please.
- What exactly are you
- looking for in all that ink?
- A new way out of here.
- You know all those
- plans by now?
- No.
- Memorizing it would be like
- memorizing the phone book.
- Yeah, but why not
- just tat up Route 66?
- Contingencies.
- Contingencies?!
- You saying you
- found another way?
-  Maybe.
- - What do you mean, "maybe"?
- There's always been another way,
- but it's suicide.
- Man, it's so cold,
- my hands are stinging.
- You know what they say about
- weather in the Midwest--
- if you don't like it,
- wait an hour.
- We're still going out
- through the infirmary,
- and we're still going to do
- it from the guards' room.
- It's just the in-between that's
- going to have to change.
- Wait a minute.
- Why are you changing plan, man?
- We're already through that
- room beneath the infirmary.
- That's all we gotta do is to get
- through that pipe and we're home free.
- There's a reason they replaced
- it with a 12-inch pipe, Darwin.
- People can't get through it.
- The only way we're getting into
- that infirmary is from beneath.
- We're going to have
- to find another way.
- The Psych Ward?
- It's the only building that shares a
- subsurface line with the infirmary.
- You telling me
- to get to the infirmary,
- we gotta go through the whack shack?
- Unless you got a better idea.
- And there's a subsurface line that runs
- from the guards' room to the Psych Ward.
- Sort of.
- Oh... what do,
- what do you mean "sort of"?
- We can go into that hole
- in the guards' room.
- About  40 yards up Route 66, there's
- a grate that'll get us halfway there.
- What about the rest of the way?
- We gotta do it above ground.
- Oh, so just a bunch of cons
- taking a stroll in the middle of
- the night for all the guards to see?
- Yep.
- You're right. It is suicide.
- This grate that you're talking about,
- it's hidden, right, partner?
- - The C.O.s can't see it.
-  Not exactly.
-  Well, where is it?
- - You're standing on it.
- Hell no!
- When we come up on
- that ground there,
- that tower there...
- that tower there...
- that tower behind me
- is going to see us.
- We'll be like ducks on a shooting range.
- You feel me?
- Hurry it up, cons.
- You plan sucks, Snowflake.
- I gotta go back into
- the walls tonight.
- Why?
- I gotta get over to Psych Ward,
- familiarize myself with
- the pipes beneath,
- make sure we can get through.
- I don't know, Michael.
- C-Note's got a point.
- We come up in the middle of that yard,
- we're sitting ducks.
- I know.
- Hmm... I might have an idea.
- My family and I are more than
- dismayed by Judge Kessler's decision
- to allow the exhumation
- of my brother.
- This stunt by Lincoln Burrows'
- defense counsel is an affront
- and an insult to the
- memory of my brother,
- a good man who tried to make
- positive change in this country.
- This is being done in the name
- of trying to release a
- convicted killer from prison.
- Steadman asked for a "green burial",
- no embalming,
- biodegradable coffin,
- it's very environmentally aware.
- Or smart if you don't want
- the body to be identified.
- We haven't hung in months,
- and now you want a favor.
- You know I love you, cous,
- but that's a big ask.
- I gotta say no.
- - You can't say no.
-  Whatever.
- If my mom, or worse your mom,
- knows I did anything in here to
- get you in trouble, forget it.
- I'm in prison, pendejo.
- How much trouble can I get into?
- A lot. Geez.
- You owe me.
- Like hell I do.
- It's your turn, not mine.
- Miss Mangene's broken window.
- The Terrado sisters.
- Your brother's
- lost El Camino.
- Oh, the church
- collection basket.
- The donkey.
- Yo.
- We took an oath, bro.
- Don't make me break it.
- Come on, Linc,
- we want to catch batting practice.
- Let's hurry. Take my hand.
- Great seats, huh?
- See #11 over there?
- Keep your eye on him.
- Watch him closely.
- You got it?
- Where is it?
- Oh, he's cool.
- You get caught with this,
- they'll kill you.
- Hey, I'm going to need
- this back by morning.
- They'll know if something
- like that is missing.
- And cous...
- ...now you owe me.
- Hey, you dropped something.
- Does that say "Iraq"?
- Thanks.
- Let's look busy.
- What the hell?
- Oh, sh...
- Damn, bro, what did you do?
- It's the cement we dug up.
- My God, you cons are slower than
- a spelling bee full of stutterers.
- Y'all think you can slow-walk this job,
- play grab-ass in here?
- Drag it out for months?
- Get  to work.
- You got it, boss.
- How about it, eight ball?
- Get to work.
- Oh, you know, boss,
- my leg just fell asleep.
- You disobeying me, convict?
- The man said get to work.
- What the hell is your problem,
- old head?!
- My problem is young con punks who
- don't know how things work around here.
- Construction is a sweet gig.
- You want to clean toilets,
- be my guest.
-  Otherwise, grab a hammer.
-  All right.
- Still got some piss and vinegar
- in those old veins, huh, Charles?
- I like it.
- Close one, huh?
- Whoa.
- Oh, man.
- What are we gonna do with this?
- It was Ole Miss,
- right, Ole Miss?
- Nah, it was a
- Midwestern school.
-  Iowa.
-  No, Not Iowa. Hold on a second.
- Hey, Bagwell.
- Hey, do you know what school
- Art Schlichter played for?
- Not really sure there, boss.
- I really ain't much of a football guy,
- boss. Too much violence.
- Come on,
- you know the guy I'm talking about.
- Art Schlichter, the quarterback,
- got nailed for gambling.
- No, doesn't really ring a bell.
- Bet if I asked you what his ass
- looked like, you'd remember.
- Maybe someone in the
- brain trust knows.
- Stolte, come on, man,
- let's grab some lunch.
- Hold on, I just want to figure this out.
- It's driving me crazy.
- Ohio State!
- That's right. He was a Buckeye.
- You're not completely worthless,
- after all.
- How's your stomach?
- Any more vomiting?
- Just nauseous.
- Must be the nerves.
- That's  understandable,
- considering.
- I can give you
- something for it.
- No, it's fine.
- All right.
- You, uh, you let me know if
- there's anything you need.
- Can I ask you a question, Doc?
- Yeah. What?
- With all that went down yesterday--
- head pounding, heart racing--
- could that cause me to see
- something that wasn't there?
- Uh, yeah.
- Yeah, anxiety attacks are often
- accompanied by flashes of light,
- black spots...
- No, no, no.
- I saw someone in the viewing room.
- There were people there.
- This person couldn't
- have been there.
- Yeah, Lincoln, you've heard of
- post-traumatic stress disorder, right?
- Yeah.
- I'm going to call you
- a prime candidate.
- I don't think a lot of people have
- been through what you just did.
- So if you,
- if you thought you saw someone,
- it's possible that it was your
- subconscious giving you what you wanted.
- Whoever it was that
- you wanted to be there with you
- in that moment to comfort you.
- Who was it you thought you saw?
- Thanks, Doc. Thank you.
- Sure thing.
- Seen a lot of
- rackets in my time,
- but if you're doing what I think
- you're doing with those postcards,
- yours definitely
- takes the cake.
- Yeah, how about saving the small talk,
- old head,
- 'cause you and I ain't
- got nothing in common.
- What do you do?
- Write them here and then
- send them to a pal in Iraq
- and have him mail
- them your wife's way?
- Why don't you just
- shut your word hole
- 'cause you don't know
- nothing about my racket.
- A con pretending he ain't
- in the hole to his family.
- I seen that once or twice,
- but Iraq?
- Yeah, you the one to talk.
- Dede-- is that your
- wife or your kid?
- Now, you listen.
- I don't even want you to say her
- name in this prison. You feel me?
- A daughter.
- Definitely a daughter.
- Ah, what'd you know?
- 'Cause  I got one myself.
- You know...
- after you break
- outside these walls,
- that's the first place they're
- gonna look for you-- family.
- Now, why is it you think
- that I'm that dumb that I
- would go directly there?
- 'Cause that's exactly the
- first place I'm gonna go.
- Turns out maybe we got
- something in common after all.
- See #11 over there?
- Keep your eye on him.
- Watch him closely.
- Mid-level reliever at best.
- But he's always working at it.
- That's why he's your old man's
- favorite player. Work ethic.
- William Prall.
- You know him?
- The pipe system beneath
- the Psych Ward is...
- well, it's complex.
- Be real easy to get lost.
-  How complex can It be?
-  Very.
- When they build this place in 1858,
- the pipes were lead.
- A century later,
- they discovered lead was a health risk
- so they went to copper.
- They never removed the lead pipes.
- Cost too much.
- There's thousands of yards of
- the stuff still down there.
- Then a few years ago,
- they switched to industrial plastic.
- Again it was cheaper just to
- lay it over the old stuff.
- If I make a wrong turn down there
- tonight, I won't make it back by count.
- You won't make the
- wrong turn, right?
- I don't believe my eyes.
- One of the blues actually
- coming into Psych Ward.
- Yeah, I gotta hit the head, and
- I didn't want to walk all
- the way back to A-Wing.
- Mind if I use your facilities?
- Yeah, be my guest.
- I don't know why you guys are
- so scared of the whack shack.
- I mean,
- between the killers and the crazies,
- I'll take the crazies.
- Because a crazy
- steps out of line,
- all I gotta do is shoot him
- with 40cc's of "shut your trap"
- and it's beddy-bye.
- So, uh,
- which way is the bathroom?
- Down the hall,
- through the door, make a right.
- Hey, blue.
- What you doing down there?
- Hey. Uh...
- I was just looking
- for the bathroom.
- Down here?
- Yeah. You said down the hall,
- through the door and to the left.
- No, I said through the
- door and make a right.
- Ah. My bad.
- Have a good night.
- Blue! Hold up.
- Don't you still
- gotta take a leak?
- Yeah. Which way was that again?
- With decomposition
- this extensive,
- the most accurate identification
- tool is dental records.
- We made an imprint of
- the deceased's teeth
- and compared them to the dental
- records of Terrence Steadman.
- And?
- They were a perfect match.
- Thank you, Doctor.
- That can't be
- Terrence Steadman.
- If you like, you can bring in a
- forensic examiner of your own choosing
- to examine the body,
- but I can tell you now,
- they'll come to the same
- conclusion that I have.
-  Thank you.
-  Mm-hmm.
- I hope you're proud of this.
- You've gotten your
- pound of flesh.
- Are you done now?
- Or would you like to hurt
- my family some more?
- Come on.
- Hey, Mack, you there?
-  Yeah.
- - What's your 20?
- Uh, I got to stop by
- maintenance real quick.
- I'll be up in a minute.
- You okay?
- I'm burned.
- Oh, god
- All right,
- help me take this off.
- No, it's, like,
- burned into your skin.
- Take it off.
- Are you kidding me?
- I can't, it's melted into your skin.
- If the guards catch me wearing this,
- I'm a dead man.
- - Bro, it's just...
-  do it.
- Please do it.
- Ready?
- One...
- two...
- three!
- Michael, it's Sara.
- How are you feeling?
- Groggy.
- It's the anesthesia.
- Why did I have anesthesia?
- We had to perform a procedure.
- So you got so sick of
- Scofield's smart mouth
- that you decided to deep fry him,
- is that it?
- I didn't do anything to him,
- I swear.
- Let's review.
- A locked cell.
- Two inmates.
- One gets branded like
- a South Dakota steer.
- You think we should call
- Matlock in on this one?
- Who's Matlock?
- Fernando, you're only going to make
- things more difficult if you
- don't cooperate.
- I told you I didn't burn him.
-  I found him like that.
-  you found him like that?
- He was acting kind of weird when
- we lined up for final count.
- He was sweating, you know?
- But he's not a big talker anyway,
- so I didn't think much of it.
- Middle of the night,
- I get up, you know,
- to shake hands with the president,
- and there he is,
- face down on the floor.
- My... ass.
- Ask him yourself when
- the doc's done with him.
- I didn't touch him.
- Painkillers.
- How bad is it?
- Uh, I'd take the pills.
- Do I get to see it?
- No, the bandage stays on for now.
- Take your pills.
- Your cell mate do this to you?
- Sucre? No.
- Who did?
- This is the part where
- I don't answer you.
- All right.
- I'll have you sent back to your cell.
- All yours.
- Hey, Katie, it's me.
- Listen, uh, can you come up
- to my office for a second?
- I got something I
- want to show you.
- What the hell am
- I going to do now?
- I'm a dead man.
- I'm sorry, cous.
- It was an accident.
- Bull's going to see
- this and flip his lid.
- Hey, Slim!
- You got my uni ready?
- Um, there's been a bit
- of a problem, boss.
- What the hell is this?
- I left the iron on it too long.
- You are as stupid as you are fat,
- do you know that, D-Cups?
- My new shirt's coming
- out of your kick.
- You're going to
- tell me right now.
- Tell you what?
- What the hell you've got going on
- that's got you burning up guard suits?
- Trust me, Primo,
- the less you know, the better.
- Any news?
- No. No, not yet.
- Testing takes a couple of days.
- What do you remember of Dad?
-  Your dad?
-  Mm-hmm.
- I didn't know him.
- Your mom said some pretty horrible
- stuff about him when we were growing up.
- I think I saw him.
- When I was in the chair.
- Lincoln...
- It was him. I know it was.
- How would you know?
- You haven't seen his
- face in 30 years.
- The name that was used--
- William Prall.
- So?
- It's the name of this guy who
- threw for Chicago back in the day.
- Dad and me were really into him.
- But I'd forgotten all about him.
- It's really weird.
- Been having these
- dreams, memories,
- things I guess I suppressed
- when he left, but...
- This man who came
- to the execution,
- how do you know he
- used that name?
- Pope told me.
- Was that before or
- after you had the dream?
- Look, I'm sorry, okay?
- I don't mean to challenge
- what you're saying,
- but your dad's been MIA
- almost your entire life.
- I know what I saw, V.
- I know what I saw.
- This is the security camera
- footage of the courthouse
- from the night that Judge Kessler got
- those documents. Now check out this guy.
- He is very skilled.
- He moves casually enough
- to avoid suspicion,
- and you see how he shifts his hat when
- he turns corners to hide his face?
- He knows exactly where
- those cameras are.
- Wait. Right there.
- See that reflection?
- Rewind it, rewind it.
- Right, can you blow that up?
-  Son of a bitch.
-  What?
- I know that guy.
- What is it?
- It was fused into
- Michael Scofield's skin.
- I removed it during the
- debridement procedure.
- What about it?
- Well, this fabric doesn't come from
- a standard issue prison uniform.
- Where'd it come from then?
- As far as I can tell,
- a guard's uniform.
- Open on 40!
- Close 40!
- How you feeling?
- What's wrong?
- The blueprints--
- the ones we need to get from the
- Psych Ward to the infirmary...
- our map out of here...
- they're gone.
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