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越狱第一季第十八集剧本台词  

2007-09-20 15:09:33|  分类: 英语沙龙 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Prison Break Season 1 Episode 18
- Previously on Prison Break:
- What are you doing?
- I'm trying to remember
- those blueprints--
- what we lost to the burn.
- Without them, we'll never be able to
- navigate those pipes beneath Psych Ward.
- But I need to know where
- you got that burn right now.
- Otherwise, your ass
- is going to solitary.
- I put my blood into this.
- Why don't you
- elaborate on that?
- How about you stop with
- all the questions?
- You are a glorified bodyguard,
- that's it.
- Okay, I got it.
- Put it down.
- You're not a killer.
- Get out of the way.
- You know, maybe they give you
- those things for a reason.
- Yeah, to keep me in their
- invisible freakin' handcuffs.
- Hello, roomie.
- You were right about my tattoo.
- It is a path.
- And I need you to
- remember when you saw it.
- Who are you?
- Scofield. Michael Scofield.
- Doesn't ring a bell.
- We met a while ago in Gen Pop.
- Cell 40.
-  Gen Pop?
-  General Population.
- Officer Bellick assigned
- you to my cell.
- I have a tattoo, you drew it.
- Haywire, do I look even
- vaguely familiar to you?
- Are you the guy who
- stole my toothpaste?
- Yes, yes.
- I stole your toothpaste.
- So you do remember.
- Candy man.
- Mr. Patoshik.
-  Mr. Scofield.
-  No, thank you.
- Medication is mandatory.
- Just a mild sedative prescribed by Dr.
- Tancredi. Come on.
- Then I'll talk to her directly.
- I'm feeling better.
- Oh, really? That's great.
- Now take the pill.
- Take 'em. They're good.
- I'm fine. Thank you.
- Carter, can you
- come here a sec?!
- Scofield went J-Cat?
- Sure did. I saw it coming, too.
- I knew he was going to
- crack first time I saw him.
- So he's not coming back here.
- Doubt it.
- They got him in the whack shack.
-  What about Sucre?
- - He's in Ad Seg. Why?
- Middle cell, middle tier,
- prime piece of real estate.
- You thinking what I'm thinking?
- Maybe.
- We promise to keep it a single for
- a couple of months, auction it off.
- Make it happen.
- I don't need medication.
- Swallow it,
- or it's going in the rear door.
- All gone?
- Nice.
- You were right, Haywire.
- I did steal your toothpaste,
- and you drew that tattoo from memory,
- and I need you to do it again.
- Middle cell, cool in the summer,
- warm in the winter.
-  How much you asking?
-  How much you got?
- $200. Got a deal?
- Deal.
- Now get your ass out of here
- and I'll put in the transfer.
- Hey, man, the toilet's leaking.
- Look, it's dripping.
- I'll put in a work order.
- It'll be replaced in 24 hours.
- You got it, boss.
- I heard you was moving
- some real estate.
- Already been moved.
- - That Scofield's cell?
-  Not anymore.
- Close up 40!
- Is that your daughter?
- My wife game me this
- when she was born.
- Outliving your wife
- is bad enough.
- Outliving your daughter--
- no man should have
- to endure that.
- How long does she have?
- Hospital says a week,
- maybe two.
- We got us a problem.
- Mojo's moving in Scofield's cell,
- and that ain't all.
- He's bitching about the toilet,
- so Geary's putting in a work order.
-  They move That toilet...
-  They find the hole.
-  We are all screwed.
-  How much Mojo promise him?
- Oh, Gomer, see,
- you had me scared there for a second.
-  I hear you got a cell.
-  Not anymore.
- And if you were smart,
- you'd keep quiet about that.
- Hey, look,
- I'll double what you're getting.
- I'm getting $250.
- $500? Ain't a problem.
- I ain't talking cigarettes and
- extra chow line desserts here.
- I'm talking green paper
- with dead white guys on it.
- I said it ain't a problem.
- Come on.
-  Where?
- - It's a surprise.
- I don't wear a diaper.
- I never said you did.
- Then what are  you doing?
- You got something
- in your teeth.
-  What?
-  Oh, yeah. Right there.
- It's right there in the back.
- Come on.
- Why are you doing this?
- I  am helping you.
- Remember what you used to
- call those little pills?
- Invisible handcuffs.
- Handcuffs on your mind.
- You  hate them, remember?
- You got a phone call.
-  Who is it?
- - Your son. It's an emergency.
- Oh, L.J.,
- what were you thinking, kid?
- I don't care what happens
- to me anymore, okay?
- They won. They'll always win.
- I just wanted to take
- one of them down with me.
- Put Veronica back on.
-  Lincoln?
-  What are the charges?
- Attempted murder.
- He's also being arraigned for the murder
- of his mother and his stepfather.
- I  guess bail's out
- of the question?
- Exactly.
- Anything you can do?
- Right now, his only shot is if
- we can get him tried as a minor.
- But he needs to
- show some remorse.
- I need to sell to the court
- that he was just a scared kid.
- Where his head's at right now,
- he won't listen to me.
- He'll listen to me.
- I need to see him.
- Lincoln, there's no way.
- He gets tried as an adult, he may
- as well sit in my lap in the chair.
-  you got to do something, Veronica.
- - Okay, I'll petition the D.O.C,
- but it's a million-to-one shot
- they'll let you out to see him.
- All right.
- Yo, Trumpets.
- Yo, I got to round up all outstanding
- debts that are due ASAP, all right?
-  do It Right now?
-  Like yesterday, all right?
- - I'll put it out there.
-  Good.
- Are you insane?
- You are done, bodyguard.
- Lincoln's son,
- a 16-year-old pothead,
- managed to track you
- down and shoot you.
- You are now a witness in
- his criminal investigation.
- I can still do my job.
- You are not to make a move on
- Burrows under any circumstance.
- We make that call.
- You know what, Trixie?
- There are actually
- higher agendas here.
- Yes, there are,
- and they don't belong to you.
- Paul Kellerman no longer
- works for the Secret Service.
- You're just good ol' Owen
- Kravecki from now on.
- Have I made myself clear?
- Hey.
- I need you to focus.
- I need you to remember
- what you drew.
- Haywire. Time for group.
- Come on, buddy. Let's go.
- There we go.
- It's a path.
- Yes. It is a path.
- Let's go.
- So, what's up, man?
- Here's the thing.
- You got nothing coming.
- All your outstanding markers,
- they're mine now.
- Is that so?
- You got a problem with it,
- go cry to your new crew--
- T-Bag and the white boys.
- Oh... 'Kay,
- so that's what this is all about.
- This is about staying
- true to your own.
- Well, you know what, man?
- I can have tea with the Grand
- Wizard of the KKK if I want,
- and I still get my money.
- You got that, little boy?
- No. We don't got that.
- Now, out of respect for what you once
- were, I'm gonna let you walk away.
- You were right.
- The pills don't let
- me see the pathway.
- That's a pathway to hell.
- No, it's not.
- It's just the opposite.
- I remember.
- Whoo!
- Looks like the Bank of Africa
- wasn't allowing any withdrawals.
- Look, we are gonna have to find
- another way to get that money, okay?
- Well, then I reckon it
- ain't too much of a problem
- for our friend here to rummage up,
- ain't that so, D.B.?
- A) I'm not D.B. Cooper,
- and B) there's no visitation today.
- Which means that none of us can get
- any money from the outside world.
- I guess that only leaves
- us with one real option.
- The Kitchen Game.
- Gambling? That's your solution?
- Uh-huh. Son, trust me.
- When I play cards,
- it ain't gambling.
- There's maybe five people
- in this country that can do
- what I do with a deck of cards.
- So why are you just
- bringing this up now?
- 'Cause if Jesus over there catches
- you sleeving aces in the Kitchen Game,
- well, let's just say there
- are lots of knives handy.
- Of course,
- you need 50 bucks just for the sit-in,
- and since we don't
- have any money,
- I'd say we're in
- a catch-double-deuce.
- You sit right here.
- Take this.
- And this.
- Oh, no... It's gone.
- That's why I need
- you to fix it.
- That's why I need you to
- remember what was there before.
- Oh, this is bad.
- You can't break a path.
- Then it doesn't lead anywhere.
- That's right.
- That's why I need you to remember
- what was there before it was broken.
- I remember.
- I remember the demons.
- Wait, maybe they were pilgrims.
- They were pointing the way, they were
- saying, "This is the way, this is
- the way."
- I can't see it.
- I can see it,
- but I can't see it.
- I'll be right back.
- Hey!
- I need you to give
- Sucre a message.
- Tell him I'm okay, and that I'm
- trying to fill in the blanks.
- He'll know what that means.
- You're trying to
- fill in the blanks?
- Just do it. Please.
- You've been down on 13 as
- long as I can remember.
- Why the sudden
- interest in moving?
- Second-story units like this
- don't come on the market too much.
- I figure since I'm
- getting on in age,
- maybe it's time I
- retired in comfort.
- Open on 40.
- Make it quick.
- Hey... Bob Vila, it's a cell.
- Quit kicking the tires
- and make a decision.
- I'll give you 100
- bucks for her.
- You wasted my time.
- Get the hell out of here.
- Sorry,  boss.
- I thought it was a good bid.
- Close on 40.
- Hello, Benjamin.
- Now, let me see,
- minted in 19 and... 72.
- That's your buy-in.
- The rest is up to you.
- Damn...
- Keep walking, Peckerwood.
- Got the buy-in
- for the card game.
- Go get our money, boy.
- Unfortunately, you and I are gonna
- have to be partners in this endeavor.
- Oh, hell, no.
- I don't play cards;
- I'm a dice man.
- Look, all you need
- to know is this:
- every time I deal,
- you bet big and never fold.
- See, if I'm winning
- every time I deal,
- I end up with a Colombian necktie,
- you know what I'm saying?
- But if you're the one
- raking in all the cash,
- well, I seriously doubt anyone would
- ever think you and I are
- working together.
- Excuse me. I've been all over town--
- I can't find a charger for this.
-  Well, let me check.
-  Thanks.
- How you doing, Savrinn?
- Where's your girl?
- She's doing her job, all right?
- Filing a petition
- down at the courts.
- She'll... she'll be at my
- place in about an hour.
- See, that was easy.
- I shouldn't have to chase you
- down to get that information.
- Why don't you just
- take a step back?
- Why don't you remember who you're
- talking to, who I work for?
- You need to keep an eye
- on Veronica Donovan.
- Not some of the time;
- all of the time.
- 'Cause pretty soon,
- we're gonna call in our favor,
- unless you want to
- go back on our deal.
-  No.
-  Good.
- Be in touch.
- Haywire.
- Haywire... did you
- take your meds?
- Come on.
- You got something in
- your teeth again.
- You should be careful when you tell
- people to remember things, Michael.
- Because I remember
- everything now.
- I remember how you set me up!
- How you smashed
- your own head...
- and had me sent back here.
- I also...
- remember this.
- The pathway.
- Your map.
- Your escape.
-  Give me that.
- - Don't. Don't.
- Now, do I tear this up...
- ...or do you tell me exactly
- where and when you're doing this?
-   It starts in the basement.
-  Okay.
- This line leads from a hatch in the
- coal room to this pipe system here.
- And that runs to the infirmary.
- That's how we'll get out.
- I just need to get out of
- Psych Ward to set things up.
- Three days after I'm gone,
- I'll come back up through
- the basement and get you out.
- You're just telling me
- what I want to hear.
- No, I'm not.
- I need you to let me
- get us out of here.
- I need you to trust me.
- If you try to screw me over again,
- I'll kill you.
- Hey.
- Hey. How did it go?
- Filing the petition was easy.
- Getting it approved,
- that's a whole 'nother story.
-  you found the charger?
-  Oh, yeah.
- Why didn't you plug it in?
- I was just, uh...
- just thinking for a minute.
-  about What?
-  Nothing.
- - We're in business.
-  What is it?
- His entire phone book is still in here--
- 322 numbers.
- No open seats. Gotta wait.
- C-Note, crap or
- get off the pot.
- I'm thinking.
- We ain't betting
- on CPT here, man.
- Either you going to see his
- bet or you can go outside
- and Million Con March or
- whatever your people do.
- Either way,
- get on with it, son.
- I'm in.
- Three bitches, bitches.
- What you holding?
- You tell me.
-  Full house.
-  Full house?
- That's a concept a Mexican should
- be quite familiar with, eh, Jesus?
- She said what?
- She said, in unequivocal terms,
- that I was not to
- move on Burrows.
- Whatever their agenda is with Burrows,
- it is not the same as ours.
- This whole business
- with his father--
- it interferes with the one thing that
- we set out to do in the first place--
- put Lincoln Burrows
- in the ground.
- If he lives, you're the one that
- stands to lose, not the company.
- They get themselves
- another candidate,
- and you're the one that
- suffers the brunt of it.
- Then maybe it's time
- we broke ranks.
- We do that, they'd pull support for
- the campaign. You know that, don't you?
- That is... if they know, Paul.
- Mmm! Smell that kitty.
- Jacks or better, trips to win.
- Last hand.
- I'm tired of losing all my money today.
-  How much you up?
- - I don't know. $300.
-  Does It hurt?
-  What?
- The horseshoe up your ass.
- Rather be lucky than
- good, Ping-Pong.
- Misdeal. Bury the card.
- Man, I don't care if
- y'all saw my card.
- Yeah, I bet you don't.
- Bury the card, young blood.
- Hey, chill, Wrinkles. Ain't my fault
- Saltine here got a sloppy deal.
- Aw, that there was
- just uncalled for.
- Now, all right. You know what?
- I'll tell you what.
- I'm going to deal another hand,
- you gonna be such a baby about it.
- On a misdeal, you bury the card,
- finish out the hand.
- House rules.
- Warden.
- I have some good
- news for you, Linc.
- Somehow, your lawyer's
- petition went through.
- The Department of Corrections is
- allowing you a one-hour visit with
- your son.
- I've never seen one of these
- granted before... ever.
- Good lawyers.
- No lawyer's that good.
- I'll make the
- travel arrangements,
- but this is not going to
- be a ride in the country.
- You're gonna be Y-cuffed,
- and the men are gonna be heavily armed.
- I don't want any problems.
- There won't be;
- I just want to see my son.
- I'll bet all I got.
- You better have some aces shoved
- up there with that horseshoe,
- or that pot's mine.
- You in or out?!
- I'm in.
- And I raise you $74.
- I said I only got $82 left.
- Then I guess you're
- out of luck.
- You never heard of
- a gentleman's game?
- Yes, I have, but this ain't it.
- You want to borrow some money?
- Ask your boys.
- But I'm in here to
- make money, bro.
- You want welfare,
- you'd better vote Democrat.
- If  you know what's
- good for you,
- you'll stay away
- from me in the yard.
- You think you're
- smarter than me?
- No! No! No, no, no!
- There's a pathway-- no,
- there's a pathway! There's a pathway!
- He's trying to escape!
- He's trying to escape-- this is his map!
- He set me up!
- Zap him!
- There he is.
- Hey boss,
- I think you dropped something, man.
- That's half a Gino.
- So when do I move in?
- - You don't.
-  What?
- Come on, chief,
- now, we had a deal.
- Renegotiation: the
- price is $700 now.
- That ain't right.
- I just gave you $500.
- What you gave me
- was a down payment.
- If you can't come up
- with the rest, well...
- No, no, no, no, no! Wait, wait, wait.
- Hold on. One minute, all right?
- Man, he's trying
- to shake us down.
- - I'm gonna need that watch.
-  Not an option.
- Look, would you rather be looking
- at a picture of your daughter
- or holding her in your
- arms once you get outside?
- Look, man,
- Father Time owed me a few bones.
- He gave me this in trade.
- That should be more than
- enough to cover it.
- Eh, not bad.
- Your problem is somebody already gave
- me $700 for the cell, so you're S.O.L.
- No! Hey, whoa, whoa!
- Wait a minute, wait a minute.
- So you're just gonna
- take my money and walk?
- Yeah, well,
- write your congressman.
- Oh, come on!
- Hey.
- Hi. They said you
- wanted to talk to me.
- Yeah, yeah.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Please.
- Thanks.
- Okay.
- I made you something.
- It's an ashtray.
- Um... I don't smoke.
- Yeah, I know. But, uh,
- they only let us make these and jewelry,
- and I didn't figure you for
- the macaroni necklace type.
- It's very sweet. Uh...
- How about we talk
- about how you're doing?
- Hmm...
- I think we both know
- I don't belong here.
- I don't remember much
- about that night, but
- being locked up in Ad Seg,
- something must've snapped.
- What I'm trying to say is, I think
- I've had enough of arts and crafts.
- But that's your call.
- And the doctors here do say
- that you've been acting fine.
- The problem is that if you don't
- tell the Pope who burned you,
- he's gonna lock you
- back up in Ad Seg.
- And after a couple days of that,
- you're gonna be right back here.
- Michael, I hate what happened to you,
- and I hate that you're here.
- But you have got to
- let me help you.
- If you want to get out of Psych Ward,
- and stay out,
- you've got to tell the Pope
- the truth about that burn.
- Out with the old,
- in with the new, cons.
- I got a message from
- your cellie, bro.
- He says he's okay and he's
- trying to fill in the blanks.
- Did he say he's trying, or that he
- already got the blanks filled in?
- Yo, man, I don't know.
- I didn't write it down.
- Okay. Now you gotta tell him
- that I filled in the hole.
- Yeah, yeah, I'm done with your
- little secrets and messages, bro.
- I saw Scofield's back.
- He's got a burn in the same spot
- as the burn in that guard's shirt.
- I don't know what you're
- doing but I have an idea, huh?
- And I'm through helping you until
- you tell me what's going on.
- I can't, bro.
- Then good luck in
- the hole, jefe.
- No, no, no, no, no! Wait, wait.
- Manche.
- Who's that?
- That's Linc, bro.
-  Linc the Sink?
-  yeah.
- Come here.
- I think we can work
- something out.
- All I can say is, before I get out of
- here, Geary will pay. Believe that.
- No one's getting outta here if
- Maintenance goes to replacing
- Scofield's toilet.
- I got a way to help you
- with your Scofield problem.
- What'd you say, Slim?
- I said I got a way
- to help you with...
- Who the hell said
- we had a problem?
- It's cool, man. Relax.
- Lincoln and Sucre
- told me everything.
- What in the hell
- did they tell you?
- Exactly what did they tell you?
- Everything. They said I can
- come with you, you know,
- on early parole,
- if I can help get the Fish outta Psych.
- What're we, the A-Train?
- Everyone gets to ride with us?
- Why don't you take a walk,
- before I give you a smack?
- You got another solution
- to our situation?
- I didn't think so.
- Me and my cuz and Lincoln...
- came up with something.
- Now, it can work...
- but it's risky.
- You ready to get out of
- this aquarium, Fish?
- Assure me I'll be protected.
- Michael, you know me well enough by now.
- Such assurances are not necessary.
- With all due respect, Warden,
- if I had been protected in the first
- place, none of this would have happened.
- A name.
-  Geary.
-  Geary?
- He shakes cons down for money,
- anything he can get his hands on.
- He knew I went to college,
- so he must've...
- he must've thought I
- was rich or something.
- Anyway, when, uh...
- when I couldn't pay up,
- he held me down with one arm,
- and burned me with the other.
- I don't know what
- he used, but...
- it was hot as hell.
- What a surprise. Disconnected.
- 250 businesses, 72 residences,
- covering all 50 states...
- London, Martinique,
- Jakarta, Dakar...
- All the numbers out of service.
- As soon as Quinn disappeared, they
- must've erased the paper trail
- within days.
- Is there anything
- they can't do?
- My P.I. buddy in DC.
- What if I send him all this,
- see if he can make a connection
- between the numbers?
- I'll tell him I need it ASAP.
- Thank you.
- It's no big deal.
- I'll just overnight him all this stuff.
- No. For everything.
- For hanging in there,
- keeping me going.
- Thank you.
- Sure.
- Guy with a six ERA signs
- for four mil a year.
- Sucks at his job,
- he still gets a raise.
- You suck at your job.
- You should ask the Pope for a raise.
- Very funny.
- Warden, what brings you
- to our little clubhouse?
- Hey, what gives?
- Hey, that was a gift
- from my old man.
- Since when is your name Charles
- and your Dad's name Ann?
- This is a railroad.
- I didn't do nothing!
- Don't look at me like I'm some con.
- You're as crooked as scoliosis.
- I don't get caught.
- When we get there,
- I'll take you out of the Y-cuffs
- and put you in a four-piece.
- Got it?
- Got it, boss.
- You play nice,
- I play nice. Understand?
- Got it.
- She's here. I've got her.
- Scofield. For
- readmittance to Gen Pop.
-  Welcome home.
-  Thanks.
- I never thought I'd be so
- glad to be back in my cell.
- Um... Pope...
- wanted me to give you this.
- What the hell are you
- staring at, anyway?
- Everything.
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