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Special Agent Paul Kellerman
Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell
Benjamin "C-Note" Miles Franklin
Detective Kathryn Slattery
William “Bill” Kim
The plane in which Sucre leaves has NI592L written on the sides.
Michael dialed 505-555-1062 to call Sara.
When Michael and Lincoln are at their father's grave, Michael is having flashbacks of the car ride to the hospital. When Michael is in the car, he had a slight mustache and goatee, but at the grave site he is clean-shaven.
Bellick made the "incriminating" phone call, while being treated in a hospital (well documented place) and to top it all off, it was 5 seconds after talking to the police detective. They should have checked the time stamp on that phone message. There was no way any decent lawyer would miss that. Also, the coroner would have placed the time of death at the same time when Bellick is in the hospital. Unless the hospital was near the hotel, the police detective would be his alibi.
Isn't it obvious that if Bellick checked in at the hospital before Geary checked in at the hotel, he couldn't be the one who killed him? Even if it was after, wouldn't the police check the hotel surveillance cameras for evidence?
Aldo: (to Lincoln and Michael) Listen to me. You find Sara Tancredi. She can end this. It's up to you now.
Aldo (to Michael): There's a tape. It'll give us everything we need. Lincoln will be set free if we find it.
(Michael stops walking. Lincoln looks at Michael)
Lincoln (to Michael): You're not gonna believe who he thinks has it?.
Michael: Six months... six months I was in that place. Where were you? How long did you know?
Aldo: I found you as soon as I could. The state kept moving you around.
Michael: Then you went away again, right?
Aldo: You don't think it killed me, to leave you like that, to leave in the first place? Since the beginning I was the problem, since day one. Your lives are what they are because of me.
Michael: Yes, Linc told me about the Company, apparently you were some kind of analyst. That's the job you chose over your family.
Aldo: I thought I was doing the right thing. I thought I was protecting you.
Michael: From what, Dad? From who?
Aldo: The Company had enemies, I was important for the company, I become a target. The easiest way to get to me, would be to get to you. I left as soon as I realized how corrupt it all was, how they were buying the government....
Michael (shouting): You could have come back at anytime!!!
Aldo (shouting): No, I couldn't. Michael, turning on the Company put me and you in even greater risk. I had to stay away.
White House Operator: President Reynold's office.
Agent Kellerman: This is Agent Paul Kellerman. I need to speak with the President right now please.
White House Operator: I'm sorry, this administration isn't familiar with an Agent Kellerman.
Kellerman: June, it's me. I need to speak with Caroline. Now. June, if you don't put me through, I'll make certain that the President knows that you were the one who did not allow me to provide her with some very important information. Now.
White House Operator: I'm sorry, this Administration isn't familiar with an Agent Kell...
(Kellerman hangs up and places a call to Agent Kim)
Agent Kellerman (Kim's voice mail): Bill, don't do this. I've dedicated my life to this country. To Caroline. Everything I have, I give. (during the message, off-screen, footage of Agent Kim and another Agent can be seen deleting photos and files, proof of Kellerman's existence) I've been a perfect soldier. I've never asked anything of you, ever, but I'm asking you now, Bill, don't do this.
Aldo: We can fix this. I came back so that we could fix this.
Michael: This can never be fixed.
Sucre: Thank you, Michael. Thank you for everything.
Aldo (to young Michael): It's okay. You're safe now. He is not going to hurt you anymore. Come with me and don't look back.
Lincoln: I don't see him.
Michael: Trust me. We haven't lost him yet.
Bill: Every photo. Every file. Get rid of it all. Make him (Kellerman) a ghost.
Michael: Too many... Too many people died because I wanted you to be free.
Lincoln: You couldn't have known, Michael. You couldn't have known it...would have ended up like this.
Michael: But it did. They wanted him. They wanted him in the ground, and they got their wish.
Lincoln: This thing is not gonna end here, Michael.
Michael: I know.
Lincoln: It's gonna keep spreading. Their hands are going to get more and more bloody.
Michael: Well, the question is, is the blood on their hands...or ours?
Mahone: Here's the deal. All charges dropped and the government picks up medical costs until you're fit to be deported, all contingent upon your information being accurate. Where's Scofield?
Coyote: No deportation. I want citizenship.
Coyote: A little incentive, and I want it in writing.
Mahone: I'm so tired of playing games.
Coyote: Well, start typing.
(Mahone disconnects external pacemaker and morphine drip)
Mahone: No external pacemaker. Oh, this is a good one, no morphine drip.
(a nurse enters the room alarmed by the beeping)
Nurse: What are you doing?
Mahone: FBI. Out. Out!
(Mahone slams the door and returns to Coyote's bed)
Coyote: What the hell are you doing?
Mahone: Giving you a little incentive.
Coyote: Come on! Come on, you son of a...
(standing at their father's grave)
Lincoln: Anything you want to say?
Michael: One day. That's all we had. Back then, when things were at their worst, there were days I thought I'd never see the sun again. But he saved my life. I just wish he could have let us be a part of his.
Michael: It was you.
Aldo: Go easy, son.
Michael: Stay away from me.
Lincoln: What the hell's going on?
Michael: I know him.
Lincoln: What do you mean, you know him?! That's impossible.
Michael: I know him, I know this man! (Michael remembers a time when he was younger, being thrown into a dark closet)
Sucre: Maybe that's far enough.
Aldo: This doesn't concern you.
Lincoln: What the hell's going on, dad?
Michael (tearing up): After mom died…you were in juvi. They put me with this, this foster father, down on Purshing Avenue. He punished me. Locked me up. (He remembers being in the closet) If you leave someone alone in the dark for that long, their eyes start to adjust. You start to see things, no matter how small, because if they exist, they can help you. Help you do the only thing you want to do when you're alone in the dark: get out. (Young Michael is using nails to try to pick the lock, when the man opens the door and beats him).
Michael: I'm not gonna let you die!
Aldo: I love you, you know that don't you?...
Kellerman (on the phone): Kellerman! Kim: A report on Sara Tancredi? Kellerman: She's dead. I'm dealing with the body right now. Kim: You must be relieved that it's over. Kellerman: Yeah... I gotta go... Kim: One more thing. Confirmation. I need a photo of the body before disposal. Take one with your phone, and send it to me, and I'll... Kellerman: Bill, not a good time right now, all right? Kim: Paul... take a breath, then take the picture, I'm waiting.
Michael: If we're going down we might as well go down swinging.
Michael (to Sucre): Fly safe Papi!
Kellerman (answering the phone): Yes?
Kim: Where's the photo?
Kellerman: Bill, there was a tactical error.
Kim: I don't want terminology from the cover your ass handbook, Paul. What happened?
Michael: Are you ready for this? Because today is the day we stop running.
For the first 12 episodes of this season, Robert Knepper (T-Bag) was nominated for the 2006 Satellite Award for Best Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television.
Though both are credited, neither Marshall Allman nor Robert Knepper appear in this episode.
Denmark: February 19, 2007 on TV3
Greece: July 17, 2008 at 23.00 on ANT1
This episode was nominated for the 2007 Golden Reel Awards for Best Sound Editing In Music For Television-Short Form and for Best Sound Editing In Sound Effects And Foley For Television-Short Form.
Det. Kathryn Slattery: I don't care if you boys were out here whoopin' it without your wives, or... going Brokeback.
Referring to the movie Brokeback Mountain about two gay cowboys, hinting at what Bellick and his former colleague could have been doing.
Original Episode Title: "The Giving Tree"
The Giving Tree is a popular children's book by author Shel Silverstein. It was first published in 1964. The story is about a boy who asks a tree for gifts to help him, which the tree gives him at great cost to itself.
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