Michael is able to obtain some of the supplies he needs: a pair of chemicals that when combined produce a powerful corrosive. What he lacks, however, is a cell-mate he can trust to let him do his work. Haywire has become obsessed with Michael's tattoos and comes dangerously close to realizing their meaning, so Michael uses this to his advantage to provoke a confrontation and get his room-mate removed. At the same time, Sucre learns that his rival, Hector, has been feeding a line to Maricruz to get her away from her fiancé and into his bed. Sucre realizes that he needs to get back with Michael so he can get out as quickly as possible before he loses her forever. Veronica enlists the help of a specialist in death-penalty cases who agrees to re-examine Lincoln's case, but even he isn't hopeful. Meanwhile, the people who want to see Lincoln executed as quickly as possible do some snooping around Veronica's home and learn of the connection between Lincoln and Michael. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
When Scofield is talking to Sucre and unscrewing the bolt from the toilet, look closely at his fingers. He isn't actually unscrewing anything, there's no screw in the hole or in his hand, its all just well placed sound effects that make you think there is a screw. See more
So what's the problem?
You're looking at it.
[nods toward Haywire
Yep. That's my new cellmate.
That's a problem.
Featured in Prison Break: J-Cat
Composed by Ramin Djawadi See more