The Secret Service agents have paid a visit to Warden Pope, pressuring him to have Michael transferred away from his brother. After Michael uses a standard legal stalling tactic to delay the transfer, the agents increase the pressure on Pope: either lose Michael's petition and let the transfer go through, or a painful secret from Pope's past will be revealed to his wife. After giving an anguished consideration of the reasons why his past still haunts him, the Warden decides his course of action. Meanwhile, Michael needs another piece of information for his plan to go forward, and he makes an extended trip behind the walls to answer his question: English, Fitz or Percy, which one gets taken out? Written by
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When Michael Scofield is in the wardens office waiting for John Abruzzi to unlock the door for him to get out into the hall, Abruzzi puts the plastic key into the door handle and unlocks it. When Michael opens the door, the key is in the deadbolt, not in the handle. Then when Michael closes the door and removes the key it is in the door handle again instead of the deadbolt. See more
This ain't gonna work, man. Us Ricans? We have very high blood pressure. My cousin? He died from too much stress.
I thought you said your cousin was moving in on your girl.
That's my other cousin, but thanks for bringing that up, jackass.
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