John Abruzzi's boss has grown impatient over the non-appearance of the witness Fibonacci, and has withdrawn financial support from his jailed capo. This, in turn, has led Bellick to remove Abruzzi from work duty, since the guard's monthly payment from Falzone has stopped coming. Without work duty, no more progress can be made on the escape, and the next group to enter the storage room is certain to find the gaping hole in the floor. On the outside, the Secret Service agents are closing in on LJ through his telephone signal, and he inadvertently directs them toward the cabin that Veronica and Nick are hiding in. To save LJ, Lincoln needs to break out. But for that to happen, Michael must sacrifice Fibonacci, an innocent witness, to a ruthless mafia boss.
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Did You Know?
We see LJ's phone early on in the episode, and the battery display says that the battery is half empty. However, later on in the episode when the two Secret Service Agents find it, the battery is displayed as full; how could LJ recharge his phone if he's on the run? See more
Secret Service Special Agent Paul Kellerman
You hear that? Did you hear it? You know what that means? Why don't you ask your mom what that means? Oh, I'm sorry, you might have trouble getting an answer out of her right about now, huh?
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