After getting an elaborate full-body tattoo and destroying all the notes in his office, Michael Scofield calmly walks into a bank and holds it up. At trial, he raises no defense and seems to voluntarily be going to prison. Inside, he reveals that he's the brother of a fellow inmate, one on death row for the murder of the vice president's brother. He also hints that he has a plan of some sort, which involves pretending he has diabetes and going to the infirmary for insulin injections, dangling information about an informant in witness protection in front of a mob boss, and striking up a friendship with an elderly con rumored to be D.B.Cooper. Meanwhile, a bishop who may stand in the way of Michael's brother's execution is murdered in his bedroom. Written by
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The man killed the vice-president's brother. In a month he's getting the chair, which means no one up this river's more dangerous than him, 'cause he's got nothing to lose now. What are they gonna do? Kill him twice?
There a way I can get to him?
Oh no. The only time those boys get out is for chapel and PI.
PI? What's that?
Prison Industry. The guys that get along get to work. You know, painting, scrapping, making mattresses, you name it. I wouldn't get excited, though, if i were you, fish. You...
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