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Special Agent Paul Kellerman
Benjamin Miles “C-Note” Franklin
Dr. Sara Tancredi
Bradley “Brad” Bellick
Gov. Frank Tancredi
Roy William Geary
The FBI gains possession of the backpack which was left in Michael and Lincoln's car and taken by a vagrant. As Agent Mahone goes through its contents, he finds a passport with Michael's picture in it.
Scofield's alias was "Phineas McClintock", born August 8, 1974 in Rector, Arkansas.
Geary's first name is revealed to be Roy in this episode.
The tattoo of the barcode on Michael's wrist:
38 – Michael and Lincoln turn down Route 38.
12 – When the odometer hits 12, Michael stops the car on the bridge.
1037 – Once Michael hits the radio scan button, they have 30 seconds before it comes to station 103.7 and blows up.
The train which Sucre hitches a a ride to New York is the same train that appears in Manhunt (2.01) except the train number has been changed from 3012 to 3806 and the carriages are in a different order.
During the scene with C-Note and his daughter, from one shot we see him hiding behind the pillar. Yet from the shot, from behind, the pillar can not be seen, from the next shot he is again behind the pillar.
It's weird that the FBI isn't monitoring Sucre's brother or Michael Scofield's wife (the green-card deal - they are married after all). It would make sense to put the close relatives under surveillance in case the convicts turn up at their place (as it did actually happen with Michael and Sucre, the latter is about to ride his brother's bike all the way across the U.S.).
EDIT: Maybe I'm wrong, but I think they just call each other "Bro". Which man would call his own brother by his last name? He would have called him Fernando, not Sucre.
There are a few errors in the scene where Sucre is stopped by a Pennsylvania State trooper. The Pennsylvania State Police do not use motorcycle officers, although many cities like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia do, and the uniform features a green shirt, not a light blue one.
When Sucre goes to see his friend, he is supposed to be in Brooklyn, NY. However, the skyline seen at the end of the episode is that of Dallas, TX.
Sucre takes his friend's 1952 Ural Motorcycle to ride to the wedding in Las Vegas.
Sara (To her father): Do you even want to hear my side of things?
Governor Tancredi: Not particularly Sara, no. Especially when I have no idea whose side you are on. But I do know this, somebody is going to go down because of what happened in Fox River and it would be in both of our best interests if that someone was not you. But to ensure this, certain steps need to be taken. One, you should go to a daily recovery meeting. Two, you need to go before a judge and plead not guilty and three...
Governor Tancredi:...you need to tell the DOC everything you know about how that prison was being run and that Warden Pope, how he was granting favors to Scofield because Scofield helped him with his personal projects thereby exposing him to certain restricted areas where he might have been able to obtain a key to the infirmary.
Sara: I can't do that.
Governor Tancredi: Oh yes, you can Sara. You can do that, and you will.
Sucre(on the phone to Petey): What day is today?
Petey: Thursday bro, sorry man.
Sucre(He looks at a car parked in front of the phone): All right, you gotta get her to your place, tonight.
Petey: Wait, hang on man.
Sucre: I've only got one shot to make her change her mind, dude. Just find a way to get her there, okay? (he hangs up the phone)
Petey: Wait, Sucre, hang on man.
Petey: Fernando! Slow down, man. I was trying to tell you, but you hung up the phone, man. The wedding is in Vegas.
Sucre: (stunned) The city?
Petey: Yeah, and they left a few hours ago, bro.
(Sucre glances at some keys hanging up)
Petey: No, wait! No, no! Nonononono! Come on! Hey! (He follows Sucre.) Fernando!
Petey: It's pristine, man! It's just -
Sucre: It's going to be back to you in one piece, bro. (He puts the keys in the ignition.)
Petey: Can we go back to the part where I said "No"?
Sucre: I wish I had a choice.
Petey: You do have a choice! Come on, man! This is a 1952 Euro Motorbike, bro. If you so much as scratch it
Sucre: I won't scratch it. (He kisses his fingers). I promise. She's the love of my life, bro. I gotta do something.
Petey: You look like Hell.
Sucre: I've been through Hell, Papi. Now, I've just gotta get to Vegas.
Sucre: Where's Maricruz?
Petey: Hey, look, man -
Sucre: No, no, no, Petey! You look. I haven't slept in 72 hours, I've seen a man's hand get chopped off, I've been-I've been shot at, dug up a grave, stolen a car, jumped on a frickin' train! So please, just tell me where she is!
Kacee: Give me one good reason why I shouldn't turn you in right now.
C-Note: You know what? I'll give you three: me, you and that beautiful little girl of ours. Baby, look, I've got a plan. I've got a plan that's gonna get us some money and you and I and baby and nobody can ever find us or bother us again! You've got to trust me. That's all I need is the opportunity for you to hear me out, all right?
Petey (over the phone): Hello?
Sucre: Petey? It's Sucre.
Petey: As in Fernando Sucre?
Sucre: Is there another one?
Petey: I hope not. But my boy Sucre would not be calling me on the telephone and therefore making me an accessory to his dumb-ass escape, man.
Sucre: I'm sorry, bro. I jus- I just- I need you to get a hold of Maricruz. I can't call her cell because the Feds will be all over the place.
Bellick (to Manche): Humpty-Dumpty climbed the wall, Humpty-Dumpty made a great fall.
Bellick: I knew the little whore'd take us right to 'em.
C-Note: Do you understand what Daddy is going through right now?
Dede: Sorta, but the kids at school have been saying stuff.
C-Note: Okay, what have they been saying?
Dede: They're saying you're on TV because you're a bad man.
C-Note: And what do you think?
Dede: I think if I were some place and they wouldn't let me see you, I wouldn't do what they said, either.
Wheeler: Just got this from surveillance. Remember that voice mail Scofield pre-paid for before he went off to prison?
Wheeler: Someone just left a message on it.
Wheeler: Scofield. Something, something about a meeting. Sounded like he was waiting for someone else to check the message and then call him back.
Mahone: This prefix. That's a cell phone number. As long as it's turned on-
Wheeler: -we can track exactly where he is.
Lang: We've got chatter. It's Franklin. He's at a pay phone down town. Mistake #2.
Sara: You look familiar.
Nurse: You-you were the attending when I first started here.
Sara: Sure. Would one of you mind calling me a cab, please?
Nurse: I don't think so. Look, Dr. Tancredi, I, I just want to say good luck.
Female Cop: Sara Tancredi?
Nurse: I'm sorry.
Female Cop: You have the right to remain silent.
Male Cop: Please put your hands behind your back.
Sara: If you have any questions, I'm happy to come with you.
Male Cop: Miss Tancredi, out of respect for your father, I won't ask you again.
Sara: My father?
Male Cop: I'm sure he'd prefer that this went without incident. (handcuffs her)
Female Cop: You have the right to speak to an attorney before you speak to the police. Anything you say my be used against you in a court of law. You can have an attorney present during questioning now or in the future.
Kellerman (on the phone): Caroline, they're taking her in. Of course. I'll keep an eye on her. (hangs up)
Petey: Listen, listen, man. You have got to forget about that girl.
Sucre: If I could forget about her pendejo, I'd still be at Fox River sitting in cell 40 on your old bunk!
Petey: Yeah, well, I hope you're holding onto something tight because I'm about to break it down for you, brother. She's getting married to Hector on Saturday.
Mahone: Looks like we've got our first mistake.
Nika: Michael, you should not have come here. The police have been here asking questions.
Michael: We didn't have a choice.
Nika: Listen, you know I'm thankful for the help with the green card, but I just don't want to get involved -
Michael: I know, I know. It wasn't part of our deal! I know, I know! (sighs) I'm sorry. I'm sorry. There was nowhere else to go.
Nika: When I saw you on the news I was worried. I just hoped you'd crossed the border by now.
Michael: So did I.
Mahone: I don't want gratitude. I need leads, progress, answers. Anyone who can't deliver that--don't even unpack.
Michael: I don't care about the broken window, Chuck. I had a backpack.
Chuck: Not anymore, you don't.
Michael: The radio must have jammed. We're gonna have to set it off manually.
Lincoln: Car can blow any second, man.
Michael: They're gonna be here in about 2 minutes. If it doesn't look like we're dead, we will be. (holds out fist) Rock paper scissors. (Lincoln walks towards car) Linc!
Lincoln: It's my turn.
Geary (about Manche): Did he sing?
Bellick: Like a fat sweaty bird.
(After fighting in the store)
Bellick: Know what's crazy is taking it out on each other, the way all things turned out. You want someone to blame, how about those convicts staring up at us from the papers every morning.
They took my job, my pension, my dignity.
When they went over that wall they took all of it, right along with them. Everything I worked for my whole life.
Geary: You see that reward they got? Those ass-heads are worth more dead than you and I are alive.
Bellick: Not for long.
Geary: What d'ya mean?
Bellick: I mean somebody's gonna get that money, might as well be me.
Geary: You know a job like that might go a little smoother with an extra pair of hands.
Bellick: You really think I wanna split that reward with ya?
Geary: Just saying... you run into those brothers, 2 of them, 1 of you. You might find yourself wishing for a good wingman.
Sara: Um... Hi I'm Sara and I... uh... (long pause). Over the years I worked with more than a few people who had a history of addiction and uh... I would tell them that I could understand what they're going through because I... used to be just like them. I used to be an addict too and I think... uh... I think that what's becoming clear to me is that... the reason I understood was because I am like them. I never used to be an addict. I uh... Hi my name is Sara and I'm an addict.
Kellerman (undercover): Hi my name is Lance and I'm an addict. I guess a lot of what Sara just said resonates with me and what I'm going through.
Michael (after Nika arrives with a new car): Looks like I owe you another one.
Nika: It's okay.
Michael: Okay. Well, ah once we get to Mexico I'll send you $10,000 like I promised, plus another 3 for the car.
Nika: Are you meeting up with her? The doctor?
Michael: Sara? I don't know.
Lincoln (interrupts): We should get moving. Next town's a few miles away.
Nika: That's fine. I can get a bus from there.
Michael: Thanks again, Nika.
Agent Wheeler: Oscar Shales, it's this guy Mahone tracked for a while. Nasty little bottom-feeder, you know the type. He's still on the run.
C-Note: I served my country, and my country served me up.
Lincoln: Man, it's quiet out here. Inside, there was always noise, you know. Someone yelling, guards making rounds. Kinda got used to it.
Michael: You're right. We should go back. (both burst out laughing)
Sara: I did it, dad. I left the door open, me and no one else.
Gov. Tancredi: That's not true.
Sara: Yes, it is.
Gov. Tancredi (firmly): That's not true. Sara, just do what you're told. Otherwise there will be…consequences, that will affect us all. Do you understand what I'm telling you?
Sara: Yes sir.
Gov. Tancredi: In one week, I will be appointed the new Vice President of the United States. There will be a ceremony, you will be invited. You will not attend. Goodbye Sara.
Lincoln: The tats, they weren't just for getting out, were they?
Michael: Breaking out was just the beginning. Now it gets a little more interesting.
Lincoln: 'Cause me being strapped to the electric chair wasn't interesting enough?
Michael: All I'm saying, is inside we had the element of surprise. No one knew what we were planning. There's something about this guy…the one in the elevator. It's like…it's like he knows where we're going, what we're thinking. If that's true it's just a matter of time before he finds out about the money in Utah, bolshoi booze, our way into Mexico…everything.
Michael: I gotta go back and get our car.
Lincoln: Forget the car, we can get another.
Michael: I don't need a car, I need that car.
Michael: Because in that car, is everything we need to disappear.
Gov. Tancredi (visiting Sara in jail): Sara. I paid your bail.
Sara: You took your time.
Gov. Tancredi: I'm the governor, I do have things I –
Sara: Go to hell, Dad.
Gov. Tancredi: You keep this up, this may be the only place I'll be able to see you.
Sara: Do you even want to hear my side of things?
Gov. Tancredi: Not particularly, no.
Lincoln: It's fine, let's just keep moving.
Michael: We keep moving, and that leg keeps bleeding. That leg keeps bleeding, and we're not gettin' out of Illinois.
Wheeler: Mistake #3. Someone reported seeing a man matching Fernando Sucre's description stealing a car.
Wheeler: Defiance, Ohio. Someone's going down today.
Chuck (answering phone): Brewster's Towing.
Mahone: This is agent Mahone with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Who am I speaking with?
Mahone: Okay Chuck, I want to alert you to a possible situation. Are you listening to me, Chuck? An individual may be coming out to inquire about a vehicle, a grey Accord, probably with a busted rear window. Has anyone come by looking for a vehicle that matches that description?
Chuck (looking at Michael): Yes sir.
Mahone: Chuck, can you tell me when he was there?
Chuck: Right now.
Mahone: What's the hardest thing in the world for a con to do?
Miss Lang: Nothing?
Mahone: Three things in life are certain, Miss…?
Miss Lang: Lang.
Mahone: Death, taxes, and the fact that a man on the run will make a mistake sometime in the first 72 hours. Needing distance, he'll steal a car. Needing money, he'll rob a store. Needing help, he'll trust someone he shouldn't. And when he does, he'll leave behind the crumbs that will take us right to him.
Mahone: Dead men can't tell us where their friends are.
Michael: How do you throw the hunter off the scent?
Lincoln: Get rid of the prey.
Medical Examiner (presuming Michael/Lincoln are dead): You put in all that work to break out of prison, only to end up dead at the bottom of a ditch. So which one of them was it?
Though both are credited, neither Marshall Allman nor Robert Knepper appear in this episode.
International Air Dates:
Denmark: December 18, 2006 on TV3
Greece: July 7, 2008 at 23.00 on ANT1
When the radio in the car gets stuck, the song playing is "Hush" by Deep Purple.
"Scan" could refer either to the barcode in the tattoo on Scofield's wrist, or the scan of the car radio stations.
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