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Charles Westmoreland (Character)
from "Prison Break" (2005)

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  1. "Prison Break"
        - Going Under (2008) TV episode, Played by Muse Watson
        - Flight (2006) TV episode, Played by Muse Watson
        - Go (2006) TV episode, Played by Muse Watson
        - Tonight (2006) TV episode, Played by Muse Watson
        - The Key (2006) TV episode, Played by Muse Watson
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  1. "Prison Break"
        - Bolshoi Booze (2006) TV episode, Played by Muse Watson

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From "Prison Break: English, Fitz or Percy (#1.5)" (2005)
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: Afternoon Mr Scofield.
Michael Scofield: I need to know if there's anyway to block a transfer order.
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: [laughing a little] There's about fifty ways.
Michael Scofield: Alright, I'll take the quickest.
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: You file a motion for what they call an interlocutory injunction.
Michael Scofield: How long does that take?
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: How fast can you write? An man can claim just about anything violates his constitutional rights. There's environmental issues, allergies, religious requirements, take your pick.
Michael Scofield: What if they don't buy it?
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: Don't matter. Court's required by law to hear your motion. Until they do, you can't be transferred. Hell, they've been trying to move my tired grey behind for ten years. God bless the American legal system!
Michael Scofield: Why do you want to stay in here so badly?
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