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Special Agent Paul Kellerman
Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell
Governor Frank Tancredi
President Richard Mills
Warden Henry Pope
Vice President Caroline Reynolds
Towards the end of the episode, when each escapee is experiencing various flashbacks, the song "Teardrop" by Massive Attack is playing. This is the theme song to another one of Fox's series: House MD.
The number of Tweener and Avocado's cell is 88.
Goof: When the inmates are eating lunch, Michael finds Tweener and tells him to locate Sucre, because he will tell Tweener everything he needs to know about the escape. However, later on in the episode, Sucre asks Michael several questions, including why they had C-Note steal them peroxide. It seems that Sucre wouldn't have been much help to Tweener.
During the season, the month that Pope has his wedding anniversary changes. In the Pilot episode he tells Scofield that it's in June, but by the episode Tonight, it changes to May.
Goof: When Sucre is bleaching the PI uniforms and a guard comes to take Michael to see the pope, Sucre quickly pulls down his trousers and sits on the toilet, however in the very next shot, Sucre is sitting on the toilet with his trousers up.
At one stage Sucre is bleaching the prison uniform, and the uniform is white...in the very next shot, from a different angle, the uniform is dirty brown.
Goof: It is not possible for peroxide to bleach fabric from dark blue to white. Even with all cotton, and a much stronger chlorine bleach, it would leave some residual dye. If the uniforms were a poly-cotton, as most uniforms are, they wouldn't bleach at all, only fade a little. Which is why peroxide is called a "colour safe" bleach. The history of bleach says "Peroxide bleach helps to remove stains, especially in higher wash temperatures, but it will not bleach colored materials as does sodium hypochlorite bleach."
Sucre: What am I supposed to do with this? (holds up a bag of peroxide)
Michael: Pour it in the toilet.
Sucre: You had C-Note steal some peroxide from the kitchen so we can clean the toilet?
C.O. Mack: Scofield, Pope needs to see you, ASAP.
Michael: What for?
Mack: Your Bar Mitzvah. Let's go.
C.O. Stolte: Have you seen Bellick today?
C.O. Patterson: No, why?
Stolte: Mack was asking. I guess he ain't showed up yet.
Patterson: He's probably just late.
Stolte: Bellick? I haven't beat that guy to work in eight years.
President Mills: Caroline, you are everything that's wrong with politics. You vote not to legislate change, but to profit. You run not to make a difference, but to make demands.
Vice-President Reynolds: You put me on your ticket not because I share your views, but because I didn't share your gender. So don't take the moral high ground. We all know how this game is played.
Tweener: Yo, you seen Bellick today?
C.O. Patterson: Not yet.
Tweener: I need to talk to him. Do you know if he went somewhere?
Patterson: Do I look like his mother?
Tweener: Yo, what's that?
C.O. Stolte: Avocado's gear. He's getting out of the infirmary tonight.
Stolte: So you got plenty of time to bake him a cake.
Sara: Michael, uh honestly, for your own good don't say anything more.
Michael: You know he's innocent.
Sara: Do what you're talking about and he won't be.
Michael: But he'll still be alive.
Sara: You understand that I'm required to report everything you're telling me.
Sara: Then, why would you?
Michael: Because you're the only one who can help, because I know you want to be part of the solution.
Sara: Aiding and abetting is not part of the solution.
Michael: Neither is doing nothing knowing what you know about his case.
Sara: How dare you to put this on me! I did what I could, I gave my father the information you gave me.
Michael: No offense to your father but the people who are framing Lincoln, let's just say they have a higher security clearance.
Sara: Now it's a conspiracy?
Michael: I didn't come here to have a debate.
Lincoln: Hey boss.
Guard: What do you want?
Lincoln: My brother's in gen pop. Got no clue I was in an accident.
Lincoln: Well, is there any way I can get a message to him?
Guard: Yeah. Put it in your will.
Tweener: What's up? Yo, you got somethin'-
Michael: Change of plans.
Tweener: Why, did somethin' happen?
Michael: Just find Sucre. He'll tell you what you need to do to be ready.
Tweener: But what about the -
Michael: We're gonna leave after dinner. During tier time, when the gates are open. 7 o'clock, one by one, though my cell.
C-Note: Whoa whoa whoa. Now we were supposed to go though the guard's room, that was gonna give us a head start. That was before they found out we was even missin'.
T-Bag: We leave through your cell, we ain't got no lead time. 7 o'clock, count's at 8 o'clock, that's only six-
Michael: Sixty minutes. Sixty minutes to get over that wall and as far away from here as possible.
Michael: Sara, I was thinking about something you said –
Sara: Enough, Michael. Enough with the…the lies and the coincidences and the stories, all of it.
Michael: It's not what you think –
Sara: I know what you did. Question is are you man enough to admit it.
Michael: The keys.
Sara: Congratulations. Is that the first time you've been honest with me?
Michael: It's not –
Sara: The second? What are you after, Michael? Is it drugs? Is it needles?
Sara: Then what?
Michael: Please understand that, I never meant…I never wanted to involve you in this.
Sara: Well, you've done a pretty poor job of that.
Michael: I came here to tell you something. I'm getting my brother out of here. Tonight. And I need your help.
C-Note: Nahuh, Fish. One more person means there's one more thing that can go wrong. He is not comin'!
Michael: That's not up for discussion.
C-Note: The hell it ain't!
Michael: I owe him. I don't owe you a damn thing.
Sara: You're asking me to break the law.
Michael: I'm asking you to make a mistake! Not hurt anyone, not steal anything. Just…forget to lock up. Leave the door unlocked when you leave tonight. That's it. Please.
Sara: This is where you're breaking out of? This room?
Michael: There are alarm contacts on the glass surrounding the door. Otherwise I wouldn't need you to…
Sara: I was part of your plan. Was it all an act?
Michael: At first, yes. I needed to be here. But then I wanted to be here. With you.
Michael: And it's killing me to know that you'll never believe that. Whatever you may think of me…this is about Lincoln. Don't make him pay for my mistakes.
Nick (on phone): Hello?
Abruzzi: Change of plans. I'm gonna need you to have the girl at the airstrip tonight.
Abruzzi: Was I not enunciating?
Nick: No, it's just that, uh…things could get messy.
Abruzzi: So wear a smock.
C-Note: You know you got a couple of foxes in your hen house, right?
Michael: Who are we talkin' about?
C-Note: The bastard and the born-again.
Michael: They both want out of here. They'll behave until then.
C-Note: You think so? I just picked this off of T-Bag yesterday. (shows Michael the shank) If I'd've been there 10 seconds later they'd be servin' Abruzzi with red sauce over at the morgue.
C-Note: Nothin' happens around here without Bellick's say so. Somebody is gonna notice that he is missing.
Abruzzi: And when they do they're gonna close this place down until they find him.
Sucre: What are we gonna do?
Michael: As soon as it gets dark, we go.
Abruzzi's Cellmate: What the hell are you doing, John?
Abruzzi (whilst throwing fertilizer over his mattress): The lord's work.
Abruzzi's Cellmate: The lord wants you to spread horse crap all over your mattress?
Abruzzi: It's not our place to question his will, are we clear?
Fat Henchman: Yeah?
Abruzzi: Hi. It's me, there's been an acceleration.
Fat Henchman: How fast we talking about?
Abruzzi: Fast. Tonight.
Fat Henchman: Son of a bitch.
Abruzzi: I think what you're trying to say is, "no problem".
Fat Henchman: Yeah. Of course. It'll be taken care of.
Abruzzi: The van?
Fat Henchman: Waiting on Fitz street 200 yards...
Abruzzi: Behind the old mill.
Fat Henchman: Behind the old mill, I got it. One question John, don't you want a bigger plane? We only got 3 seats and I thought you said there were 7 or 8 guys.
Abruzzi: Well, not everybody's gonna have a ticket.
Fat Henchman: You gonna tell me who is?
Abruzzi: The three who are still breathing.
Michael (to C-Note): Then stay. I'll be sure to read the papers tomorrow to see how much time you get when they figure out which crew was working in the guards' room.
Veronica: Who's pulling your leash, Nick? Steadman? Kellerman? Look at me. I want you to remember my face when you do whatever the hell it is you're gonna do. Look at me! You're a coward.
Veronica: Look, Nick, I don't know what your deal is lately, but I'm getting on that plane with or without you.
Nick (whips out gun): I can't let you do that.
Michael (to warden, while holding shank): I'm breaking out, and you're gonna make sure my brother goes with me.
T-Bag: Dogs...The numerous times I've been apprehended while trying to elude the authorities, it's always because of the damn dogs. Turns out you can run from just about everything in your life except your own particular stink.
C-Note: Yeah, well some of us stink more than others.
T-Bag: Kinte, you can smell like a bouquet of bon-bons, but unless you get rid of your smell... you might as well send a note to the police with directions and some cab fare.
T-Bag: Pretty. We aren't ready to escape.
Michael: The escape began the minute Bellick found the hole.
Michael: Three days should be plenty of time.
Westmoreland: We gotta get out of here. Now!
Marshall Allman and Paul Adelstein are both credited, but neither appear in this episode.
International air date:
Greece: Monday 30th June 2008 at 23.00 on ANT1
In Latin America, this episode is known as "Llego El Dia", which means "The Day Has Come".
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