Trouble is inevitable in the prison, with a race riot imminent. Michael has problems retrieving a screw from the bleachers. Veronica receives a security tape that shows Lincoln shooting Terrence Steadman.

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(created by) (as Paul T. Scheuring), (as Paul T. Scheuring)
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Taking the first steps in his plan, Michael looks for a bolt in one of the yard bleachers. The seat he chooses, unfortunately, belongs to white supremacist Teabag who takes away the bolt, refusing to return it unless Michael proves himself in an impending race riot. The problem is that his connection for Pugnac, the drug he uses to fake diabetes, is black and obviously won't help him if he fights with the supremacists. The mob boss John Abruzzi, meanwhile, is growing more impatient for the whereabouts of the informant Michael tracked down, and is threatening to take the information by force. On the outside, Veronica receives a videotape proving that Lincoln is guilty of his crime, but then receives word that a witness who could have testified on Lincoln's behalf was murdered before the trial. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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29 August 2005 (USA)  »

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When Michael is thrown over the railing during the riot, his stunt double is clearly visible. See more »

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Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: [playing checkers and losing] You're anticipating every one of my moves three moves in advance. You're a hell of a strategist, fish.
Michael Scofield: Do you ever think about Boston?
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: Sure.
Michael Scofield: Think you'll ever see it again?
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: I'm a 60 year old man with 60 years left on my ticket. What do you think?
Michael Scofield: I'm thinking about going.
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: Now, there's going and there's "going". Which one do you mean?
Michael Scofield: The one you think I mean.
Charles "The Old Head" Westmoreland: [smiles] Three days inside and he's already thinking about turning rabbit. It'll pass, it always does.
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Featured in Prison Break: Odd Man Out (2005) See more »

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The Intensity Level Rises
23 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The intensity level of this episode went way up from the pilot episode. Michael Scofield is not as invincible as he thought and his plans could easily be messed up by the one factor that he had not considered. The other people in the prison. Prisoners can turn on you at any minute, and it is a very dangerous unpredictable place. The situations seemed more real and believable as it was all more daunting and threatening. I am not sure how they are going to stretch the story on for 79 more episodes, but I am now more interested to find out. The ending was a perfect cliffhanger and left you wanting more which is just what a weekly show needs. Good episode.


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