Prison Break: Season 1, Episode 5

English, Fitz or Percy (19 Sep. 2005)

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Michael gains a necessary piece of information to effect his escape, but can he keep the Warden from kicking him out?

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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 Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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When the plastic key is put into the door by Abruzzi, it is in the keyhole in the doorknob. When Michael opens the door, the key is shown as being in the deadbolt. When Michael goes out the door and goes to take the key out, it is back in the doorknob. See more »

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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 ...
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Just Have a Little Faith
28 September 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Paul Kellerman and Daniel Hale blackmail the Warden Henry Pope promising to reveal a dark secret from his past to his wife Judy to have Michael transferred to Statesville. However, Michael uses a motion to stall the process for at least a month and stay with his brother for the next three weeks. Further, he asks his associates what should be selected: English, Fitz or Percy? Meanwhile, Veronica and Nick discover that the surveillance tape used as evidence in Lincoln's trial was forged.

"English, Fitz or Percy" is the most intriguing episode of this series until now. The story is great and the conspiracy is extending to Veronica and Nick. It is also impressive the realistic performances in this show, and Wade Williams, Paul Adelstein and Robert Knepper amazing in the roles of despicable villains. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "A Transferência" ("The Transference")


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