Prison Break: The Final Break (2009) Script

You ready?

Didn't think I'd be this nervous.

Now or never.

All right, papi, let's do this.

He's over there.

You must be Michael.

Your friend Fernando tells me you could use my services today.

Very much so.

And I assume that's the other half of your team?

You look beautiful.

Thank you.

It's my understanding you'd like to keep this simple.

We've never actually managed to keep anything simple.

You can try.

Well, let's begin then, shall we?

Family and friends...

...we gather here to celebrate the union...

...between Michael Scofield and Sara Tancredi.


Oh, yeah, papi.

This one has Puerto Rican blood in her, I think. Look at her.

Sorry to break up the party.

-What is going on? -We have an arrest warrant.

-What? -Talk to Agent Paul Kellerman in D.C.

We settled this with the Feds. We settled this weeks ago.

-Sir, back up. -We were exonerated.

-Sir, back up. -We were exonerated!

We're not here for you. We're here for her.

She didn't do anything. She wasn't involved.

Don't make this escalate.

Sara Tancredi, you're under arrest for the murder of Christina Hampton.

What? She didn't kill anyone.

Funny. Surveillance-camera footage says different.

Michael.

-Right this way. -Michael.

-Second car, please. -Michael.

-What's going on? -Back up, please.

They're not gonna let me see her.

Why did Kellerman send you if you can't do anything?

They're trying to break both of you.

Look, she has a constitutional right to visitation.

I'll draw up an order and get it before a judge.

Can you argue self-defense?

How?

Anything that might help her is out of frame.

Security camera only shows Sara stepping up and firing at the victim.

-Pull the trigger, Michael. -Drop the gun.

Misfire.

-She worked for the Company. -To you.

To a jury, she's Christina Hampton, consultant.

Because she was so good at hiding her true identity, we can't prove otherwise.

Look, you were all exonerated. It did not sit well with law enforcement.

If they can make Sara pay, they will.

How much time is she looking at?

Twenty-five to life.

Ladies, Level 3.

You, over here.

You, here.

-You, here. -That's right.

This one's yours.

Aren't I supposed to be in a different facility?

I don't think so.

I haven't been convicted. I'm supposed to be in a jail. This is prison.

Overcrowding and budget cuts, fish.

This is the jail.

That's the prison.

Just leave it there.

Code 99.

What's up, homey?

You need some help?

You got everything you need over there? Why don't you go help make her bed.

Sergeant Malloy to rec room. Sergeant Malloy to rec room.

Don't let them spook you.

-They just like to intimidate. -They're good at it.

Look, this jail-prison hybrid thing is B.S.

Come on.

The other one's practically empty.

You can ride it out till your court date there.

Which one?

Thank you.

Here. This should be a little bit more comfortable for you.

Okay.

What's going on?

You know, at first...

...I couldn't place your name.

Tancredi.

It sounded so familiar.

Then Hucks here, figured it out.

I remembered your pretty face from the papers.

You're not going anywhere, fish.

This is gonna happen.

Half a dozen guards lost their jobs and pensions at Fox River.

Another dozen were put on probation after you decided...

...to leave a door open for your boyfriend and his seven convict pals.

And we ain't gonna let anything like that happen again.

No. Come here, honey.

Don't worry, we won't hit the baby basket.

-Yeah. -Look at her.

That's right.


It look like that welcome wagon ran over your face.

It looks that way, huh?

I just came by to help you get adjusted.

If you need something, I know all these guards.

Most of them owe me.

I appreciate that, but I can take care of myself.

My bad.

I don't know what made me think you couldn't take care of yourself.

All right, well, you need something, you just ask for me.

Everybody calls me Daddy.


Special delivery.

You know, all we need is a little cash to spread around the place.

I told you, the government's frozen my assets.

You telling me you can't get your hands on any cash?

That's the least you could do...

...considering you was gonna kill me not too long ago.

Goodbye, Theodore.

You ain't ever been incarcerated before...

...and I ain't ever been incarcerated here before.

Let's just say this handicapped con...

...ain't got the juice he had back in Fox River.

Your pathetic existence here could be ameliorated as can my life...

...all with a little Roberto dinero.

One of our friends has been apprehended by the authorities.

Looks like we've got a new neighbor.

I'm never gonna get out of this prison alive, I know that.

I wanna bring my enemy down with me.

I want her dead.

Either way, it's gonna require capital. Capital you no longer have.

My rainy-day fund. You know where it is.

Jonathan, I'd assume that that would be used for your defense.

It's good money after bad, Joe.

They're not gonna let me out of here no matter how many shysters I hire.

Get that to our friend in sister cells across the compound.


Excuse me.

Bad move.

Last time someone touched her, they got a cracked kneecap.


You're much braver than I give you credit for.

-Either that or you're amazingly naive. -Do I look like I wanna talk to you?

Just saying a women in your position would opt for some protection.

-Join a prison gang? I don't think so. -It's not a gang, you know.

A family.

They don't call her Daddy for nothing.

That's her wife.

And those are her kids.

Are you okay?

Stay the hell away from me.

I need to go to the infirmary. -Can't go without a release form.

I'm having muscle contractions in my throat and my jaw's tightening up.

It's strychnine ingestion, it's rat poison.

That's government cheese, get used to it.

If I don't get to the hospital the next 15 minutes, I will die and my baby will die.

Please.

Bo, why don't you let her go see the doc?

Please.

This is Cowler. We have an inmate going to the infirmary.

We were able to administer the charcoal lavage in time.

You and your baby are gonna be okay.

The strychnine didn't get in my meat loaf all by itself, right?

Well, then you need to talk to the warden about it.

Then how about talking to me about your face?

You wanna tell me how that happened?

I caught an elbow playing basketball.

We should discuss your situation.

I'm sure you've ascertained, this isn't gonna be a run-of-the-mill pregnancy.

-Do I deliver in here? -No.

The day we induce, we'll secure you in an ambulance.

Take you to Saint Lucia down the road. We'll cordon off a room.

There'll be three armed guards when you give birth.

Do I get to see my baby?

You'll have 30 minutes before we take it.

I've seen this process a dozen times.

After the mothers come back here, the depression's almost unbearable.

My advice...

...it's less messy, if you just think of yourself as a surrogate.

Yeah?

Michael, it's Blue Phillips.

Listen, your wife had an incident earlier today.

Someone tried to poison her.

-What are you talking about? -Michael, I need you to focus.

Do you have any idea who might've done--?

Michael?

Michael.

All right, let him in.

If I had a list of all the people who might come to visit me...

...your name would be at the bottom, somewhere below...

...Jesus Christ and Scooby-Doo.

Someone tried to poison Sara today.

Mercy.

Only you would be depraved enough...

...to think that killing an innocent woman and her unborn child...

...would bring you some kind of peace, before your execution.

Sara is with child?

Congratulations.

This is like the 4th of July and Christmas rolled into one.

I'm asking you, father to father, to leave her alone.

You can kill me if you wanna kill me. I'll trade my life for hers.

But leave Sara alone.

Michael...

...if you were killed, your pain would last a moment.

If Sara were killed, your pain would last the rest of your life.

Now, that's got to be appealing to whoever put out this hit.

But don't worry, Michael...

...if I find out anything, I'll be sure to let you know.

Prison life can be tough.

I remember you have two missing toes that can attest to that fact.

I don't think you understand. She's not safe here!

Please.

Please just approve the transfer to another facility.

If I grant her, everybody's gonna want one.

What about segregated housing?

Is there something I should know about the structural integrity of the SHU?

-Right. I could see where this is going. I know who you are.

And I'm not gonna let you turn my prison into Fox River.

All I'm trying to do is keep my wife alive.

You do know she's pregnant?

I don't care.

Here.

-Thanks. -In case I haven't made myself clear...

...Sara Tancredi is not getting any preferential treatment.

No, you've made yourself perfectly clear.

Thank you for your time.

What happened?

The general wants Sara dead and the warden's gonna let it happen.

We got a lawyer on the case. He's gonna get her out.

There's not enough time.

She stays in that prison, someone's gonna Kill her.

I guess we don't have a choice.

We're breaking her out.

In my 16 years in the bureau...

...I've worked cases under 43 different agents.

Alexander Mahone is the smartest, bravest...

...most honorable man I've ever had the pleasure of serving with.

Well, as one of those 43 agents, I can't help but feel a bit offended...

...because, obviously I am not as honored as this drug-addicted murderer.

Alex has been clean and sober for four months.

And he's been completely exonerated of all crimes associated with the Company.

That doesn't include the shooting and murder of one Oscar Shales...

...and burying his body under the birdbath.

That is just an allegation.

Let's move on, shall we?

All those in favor of reinstating Alexander Mahone...

...as special agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Aye.

-All those opposed--? -All right, all right.

Well...

Thank you for the invite.

It's always a pleasure.

You know, Alex, this ruling can be revisited...

...if you were able to sufficiently demonstrate...

...just how committed you are to a life of service.

Now, as you may know, Sara Tancredi was arrested recently...

...and is currently being housed at the Miami-Dade State Penitentiary.

We have concerns that Michael Scofield may have plans for her.

So this-- This is why you invite me in here.

Well, obviously, if Scofield were to be able...

...to pull off this plot of another breakout...

...the public embarrassment would be immense to the bureau.

So having someone to get us credible information...

...that would be worth something to us.

Agent Wheatley is set up in Miami. He would be your contact.

You're something else.

Now, we both know how badly you want that badge back.

Give me a reason to give it to you.

What's your plan after we break her out?

-We on the run again? -First thing's first.

-Let's get her out of there. -Hey, papi.

The Fed that arrested Sara? He's outside staking us out.

Look, if you're worried about getting into trouble again...

...go back to Chicago. Go back to your family.

I'll understand.

Are you kidding me?

After all we been through, I'm gonna leave you here and Sara there?

Shut up and don't bring it up again. What's all that?

Newspaper clippings.

Covering seven different escape attempts...

...from Miami-Dade State Pen, over the last 60 years.

None of them-- None of them successful.

So we read them all and we learn what not to do.

The prison officials learned a lot. They re-evaluated, they retrofitted.

The prison's practically escape-proof.

-You all right? -I'm fine.

Okay, so if we can't go through, what if we go down?

Like, down into the prison. We parachute in.

-Yeah. -Yeah.

-Find her, get out. -Are you kidding?

-I'm serious. -That's suicide.

Hey, hey. Newspaper clippings are only gonna get us so far.

We need some more information about the prison. Let's do some recon work.

Camera, tape measure, dry ice. What's this?

It's a shopping list.

You need to come with me, doc.

I have doctor's appointment for my pregnancy.

It'll wait.

In there.

Hold it.

I don't know what you want, but I will go down fighting.

Damn, baby, I ain't gonna hurt you.

I ain't even gonna touch you.

See, I run the motor-pool detail in here.

I was thinking, if you wanna get yourself a little fresh air...

...and not have to worry about getting stuck in the back...

...then you can come and work with me.


You're the Fed from my wedding.

-Call me Agent Wheatley. I could call you a lot of things.

-Where you headed? -Sea World.

-Sea World. There isn't one in Miami. -My loss.

No. What'd be your loss is getting your wife killed by doing something stupid.

-Are you threatening Sara? -No, no. Not at all.

I'm saying if you were gonna try and revoke her sentence...

...bullets fly, Michael. If she were to get hurt, that'd be on you.

Funny hearing that from the guy who put her in prison.

No, I didn't put her in prison. The state of Florida did.

It's my job to make sure that she stays there.

So where's all your little buddies?

All right. Drop in more dry ice.

Fence line is 4 feet from the road.

Thirty-two feet from the east camera.

Hurry up. They're gonna see our laser.

Going as fast as I can, papi.

He follow you?

Yeah, but he's gone now.

You guys almost done?

-Almost. -Great.

I'll meet you back at the loft.

Well, you just a natural.

I bet you was a hell of a surgeon.

Handing out condoms to cons don't make you no damn surgeon.

-What in the hell is the matter with you? -You ain't even ask me--

One day. For real.

Can we go one day without your mouth? One.

Let it be today.

I'm sorry. You gotta forgive my old lady. She--

You just a little bit easy on the eyes.

And she's just a jealous type, you know, so...

Crazy type is more like it.

What? You wanna watch your tone, Agatha.

-Sorry. -Or you want me to take off my belt?

Sorry.

Kids.

It's rough. It's hard running a family.

It's important though that--

That you have one.

I have a family. I have a husband.

Oh, you got a husband? Is he here?

They let them bring you in here with you when you came?

No.

Yeah, I had a husband too.

Eighteen years is a long time to wait.

So, you know, if this ain't for you...

...that's cool.

Then you pick up that nasty oil and take it out...

...and put it in the repository.

Okay.


We gotta go, bro.

It's okay, just stop your crying.

-Get your hands off me. -When I'm good and ready.

What's Burrows doing by the fence?

Please don't make me ask you again, Sara.

Nobody here to help you but yourself. Are you gonna answer me?

You tried to kill me.

Line it up, cons. Back inside.

You, get back to your detail now.

Right over here, baby.

I want you to pass along an offer to your boy.

What he's paying his people to dust that Tancredi chick in bitch pop...

...my woman'll do it for a cut rate.

Just what kind of discount are you proposing here?

Tell him if he's offering a hundred grand...

...my girl will take 30.

No, 40.

Forty.

Perfect.

I'll tell him.

Hey, five star.

So you have no cash...

...whatsoever?

I'm sorry.

I couldn't hear you over the sound of that broken record.

Got it.

I won't ask again.

He was acting stupid as you look.

Oh, to what do we owe the honor?

I've been thinking.

Well, no need to be shy. Just spit it out.

-Changed my mind. -Yeah, well...

...maybe Daddy changed her mind.

Maybe she don't want you here anymore.

Squirt's right.

I recently have rolled up my welcome mat.

Peace.

Please.

Please what?

Please may I be a part of your family?

Take a walk.

Take a walk.

I would love that. I would-- Sit down. I really would.

But see, it's not that easy...

...as just saying "I do."

See, you're making a commitment...

...to a family.

It's something you gotta prove.

That's right. We all did it.

It's a commitment to the family coat.

It's a coat you gotta wear.


-Alex. -Hey.

-What's up? -Hey, Sucre.

-How you doing, man? -What's going on?

We gotta talk.

All right.

They're watching you.

-We know. We got a Fed on us. -No. Not just one.

The whole department.

Sounds a lot like inside information, Alex.

What'd you do, make a deal with the Feds?

They offered me my job back, if I came down here to spy on you.

The Fed you're talking about is Wheatley.

-He's running point. -So now we know.

So if you're really gonna do this...

...you gotta do it right.

And I'll help you if you need me.

What else did you get?

Sara was working motor pool today at 4:00.

Motor pool is here.

Visible by two security cameras, along the perimeter of the prison.

-What about secondary entrances? -No loading dock, no personnel entrance.

-Fences? -Fifteen feet high, covered in razor wire.

-Electrified? -No, why?

If Sara can get herself back to motor pool...

...we can find our way inside.

With all the retrofits, the fence line was widened...

...but security cameras remain exactly where they've always been.

-Never accounted for the difference. -A blind spot.

Yeah.

Right here. If Sara can get back to that spot, we can breach the fence.

It's risky, Michael.

It's all we've got. We have to tell Sara where we're gonna meet her.

How? We get no visitation, no phone calls.

It's clean. Take it to Tancredi.


Remember when I taught you about flowers.

I wish I was with you now...

...to see you holding one in your hand.

To see you holding one in your hand.

Tomorrow, p.m., 7. Oil dump.


-Looks like you've been busy. -You have a warrant, Agent Wheatley?

A warrant? No, I don't need one.

My testimony will be that your brother let me in, once inside...

...saw all this evidence, right in plain sight.

What judge is gonna take your word?

What evidence? Those pictures were taken from public property.

That prison was paid for by the taxpayers.

So all you have evidence of is an exonerated citizen...

...standing on a public road taking pictures of a public building.

Last I checked, it's not a crime.

What if I said I could get you on attempt?

Just for having all this stuff.

What if I told you that all of this was a peace offering?

The warden won't let me see my wife.

So I figured if I found a few lapses in security...

...pointing them as a gesture of good faith, she might change her mind.

Is that so?

-You find anything yet? -Nope. Looks airtight.

You sure about that?

Nothing that some scumbag can exploit?

Airtight.

Well, thank goodness for that.

But you guys will let me know if anything comes up.

You'll be the first to know.

I won't keep you.

On the outside I was known for getting the job done...

...no matter what.

I got paid well for it.

Now I'm broke.

But I still need things.

Like what?

-A favor. -I don't do favors for cons.

Really?

That's not what it says on the bathroom wall.

As I understand it...

...you do favors for those who reciprocate.

Is that true?

Hey.

This is bush league, boss.

I'm a vet around here!

You-- I--

Ain't no reason to toss me!

You-- Hey!

You know me!

Lookie, lookie here.

No. That brown ain't mine, boss, you know this.

I don't do no drugs.

Who put that in here?

You--

Get your hands off me. I know where the hole is.

What you looking at?

I don't do no drugs.

Somebody's going down for this.

I love you too.

Sofia's making arrangements in Central America.

Once we break Sara out, we're on a boat, and we're gone.

-Hey. -It's Blue.

Got the decision from the court.

They're ordering the warden to allow supervised visitation.

-Where you going? -They're letting me see Sara.

They're gonna be listening. You gotta be careful.

If she understood my letter, she'll find a way to tell me.

How? She gonna blink Morse code?

Attention all inmates. Visiting hours will be over in five minutes.

Oh, my God.

Oh, my God.

-Who did this to you? -I'm okay.

-Baby's okay. -Sara, I'm so sorry.

You're in here because of me.

I'm sorry, it's just hard.

I miss you so much. -No touching.

I miss you too.

We just have to hang in there, okay?

I'm trying, but my protection's gone.

Did you get my letter?

I did.

I know sometimes it's hard for me to express what I wanna say...

...but I hope you understood what I meant to tell you.

I did.

Is he getting cute?

You were there for me.

I will be there for you.

Okay.

All right, that's it.

Time's up.

See you soon.

Bye.

Attention all...

Please proceed immediately to the unit.

Michael.

I was thinking a lot about the photos and the mock-up you showed me at the loft.

And I ran a few tests.

Lo and behold, I found a blind spot.

Right along the fence line over here, due to a retrofit.

You didn't know about this, did you?

No.

No, because you would've told me or the warden about it if you did, right?

Well, it's a good thing I found this when I did...

...before anyone tried to escape.

Coming in.

Well, if we can't go through the fence, then that leaves under or over.

How's she gonna climb that fence without being seen, huh?

I'm guessing there's no telephone wire for her to climb across.

Then she's gotta go under.

All right, let's get some shovels.

What's that you were saying about parachutes?

Parachutes?

Guys, come on.

-You can't be s-- Parachutes? -A couple of thoughts on that.

A, we don't have a plane. B, we don't have a pilot.

-Have you ever worn a parachute? -Don't worry.

I think I've got a plan.

We're gonna need some help from an old friend.

Who?

You want a favor from me?

Just hear me out.

Of course. I mean, when you and Michael sent me back to that prison...

...you did give me the piece of chewing gum.

What kind of man would I be if I didn't quid your pro quo.

Look, all you gotta do is set off the fire alarm in here.

Tomorrow night, at 7:30.

That's it.

You're breaking her out.

Krantz has put a hit on her.

It's our one shot...

...of keeping her alive.

Well, you're in a pickle covered in jam, Lincoln.

We'll put 5 grand in your kit once this whole thing jumps off.

The love of Michael's life, that's only worth $50007?

That's the best we can do.

-I need six figures. -That's all we got.

Well, lucky day for you, I know somebody who does.

The general's man.

He's got the payout for Sara's hit.

You wire that money to me by 7 p.m. tomorrow...

-...and we're in business. -What's his name?

-Get your brother to use that noggin. -You gotta give more.

Tomorrow at 7 p.m. Go on, fetch.

You're a tough girl to get alone.

I know he's breaking you out. I'm coming with you.

Relax.

Krantz sent me to kill you...

...but after what he's put me through, I'm done.

You were next to me when I was poisoned.

You think you would've lasted this long if I wanted you dead?

I want you dead. You're alive.

It's hard to stay alive when you know who's coming after you.

There's 200 women in this prison.

Could you even get out of gen pop?

I'm coming with you...

...or nobody's going.


You should've seen Michael's face...

...when he saw me fixing that fence, installing that camera.

You did a great job.

Well, the job's over now.

If Michael has this misguided belief that Sara's life is in danger...

...he's gonna find a way back into that prison.

Your job won't be over until you give us evidence to put him back behind bars.

So, what's the latest?

There's nothing concrete.

But I'll let you know when I get something.

All right.

Good man.


Well, if you're watching this...

...I'm glad because that means you're safe.

-How does he think he's gonna do this? -Jump out of the plane.

Know he's gonna jump. Can he land? -Not without getting caught.

How's he gonna get out of the cellblock? Even if T-Bag--

It's a big "if." Trusting T-Bag is crazy.

Michael, we really have to rethink this.

I have. And there's no other way.

Okay, I'm gonna drop down into this outer area here.

I'll cut the parachute off before anyone can reach me.

They're gonna be on your ass.

I can hide behind this building, wait for a window. I'll make my way over here.

That's the chapel where, hopefully, Sara will be waiting.

Why the chapel?

During a riot, prison employees escaped through the admin building.

They wound up here, outside the fence.

The administration building is connected to the chapel...

...which means that somewhere in that compound, there's a subterranean exit.

If we can get through it...

...you can meet us there.

-How's Sara gonna get to the chapel? -She'll have to find a way.

Look, we're doing this at 7 p.m. tonight, just like we planned.

Where've you been?

What did I miss?

I need you to find a plane and a pilot. I need you two to take care of T-Bag.

Find out exactly who has this money and where they're keeping it.

-And then we have to get it. -By 7 p.m. tonight.

Or Sara's gonna die in there.

-Is everybody on board? -Yeah.

Okay.

Tell me you completed your assignment.

Well, I've got the cash, but there may be some delay with final delivery.

The woman we hired is having trouble getting near Sara Tancred..

Hire somebody else. Call it open season. Put a bounty on her head.

I don't care how you do it. I want Sara Tancredi dead by the end of the day.

Open cell. One hour.

Yo, we about to play cards. Do you want in?

I'm okay. Thanks.

You should.

With Daddy gone, you gonna need your backup.

Hell, we all do.

I've got a prenatal thing.

-It's cool. -Thanks.

Not too smart though for a girl with a bounty on her head.

Or ain't you heard?

Tancredi, you have a visitor.

Say hello to your husband for me.

What's wrong?

Look...

...I know you don't have any control over what's happened here...

...but things aren't working out.

Okay.

I've been trying to find a way to do...

...this...

...but from where we stand right now, there's only one option.

Do you need more time to think?

No. No, it's not about that.

I've made up my mind...

...and there's really nothing you can do about it...

...except pray for us tonight.

Pray for us?

You can pray for us to be together.

Maybe I'll do the same.

How can I rob someone if I have no clue who he is?

The law book outside says that Krantz had one visitor yesterday.

A Joe Daniels.

Well, using the power of deduction, I'd say Daniels is your bagman.

You know how many Daniels live in Miami? Thousands. I need more.

You better get cracking.

Because if I ain't got that money by 700, you ain't got your fire...

...you ain't got your fire alarm. Pretty ain't got his Mrs. Pretty.

Listen, my friend, you're in no position to making demands.

Okay.

I ain't talking about backing out of the deal.

I'll put my ear to the ground, come up with some details.

Good.

Then go fetch.

We got a pilot.

It's a guy I busted 20 years ago, running drugs across the gulf.

Went legit, runs a charter business now.

-You must've jumped out of planes, huh? -Yeah, several.

Some for sport, some necessity. It's a big difference, Michael.

It's not easy hitting the X, especially at night.

Don't worry. I can go alone.

-What do you got? -It's a test.

See, the prison was built in the mid '80s.

That exit in the administration building is protected by an electronic coded lock...

...modified by a security card.

Those locks don't have power protection...

...which means you can override them.

You can't go to the building's generator, blow it out.

No. Twelve-hundred-volt power surge will just set off the other alarms.

Not to mention maybe kill you.

That's why we have to find another way.

Yeah.

Yeah.

-Talk to me, Mahone. What do you got? -Nothing yet.

I don't need updates on the hour, I need evidence, intent. It's not crap.

-Call me when he's committing a crime. -Yeah.

I'm not gonna let him walk away from me like he did you.

He's going down if I gotta shoot him in the back.


Sorry.

Well, I don't know.

All right, ladies.

Time for me to get paid now, fish.


Are we friends now?

Get out of the way.

-What happened here? I didn't see anything, sir.

-Move. -Me neither.

Bad news.

Agatha Warren is dead.

-Who did that? -No one's talking.

But I hear it's those fish.

Tancredi and Morgan.

No!

No!

Here he is.

If you don't like this guy, we can still find someone else.

Good to see you, Snee.

What you getting into here, Mahone?

-Jumping 1500 feet ain't gonna be easy. -You going back on your word already?

Let's not forget who's doing who a favor.

A favor? A favor.

Did I bust your old lady for trafficking? No, I did not.

Anyone asks, I was flying a tourist through the Keys.

And it's not my fault they jumped.

Sounds good to me.

If you don't like this guy, take a day. Come up with a new plan.

No. There's no time, Alex.

It's not just Sara's life at risk.

I understand that.

I know you do. That's why I also know I can ask for your help.

-Yeah. What do you need? -If I don't make it...

...make sure Sara and my brother get out of the country alive.

I need to know they're gonna be okay.

And I'm gonna trust that you'll do everything you can to make that happen.

Take this.

I trust you, Alex.

Remember that.


Special delivery.

What is it?

I don't exactly know.

It came via messenger from the lady's side.

"My man on the outside needs to know who to call for the birthday present.” Who's birthday is it?

See to it It gets back to the same place.

Will do.

So this is Joe Daniels' number, right?

That's it. Is that enough information or you need a social security number?

-That'll do. -Remember...

...want that money wired to the account number specified.

No wire, no fire.

Do me wrong, I'll have no qualms at all about singing loud and clear.

You know what, just be ready.

You know what, just be ready.

That was Sofia.

She'll meet you in the San Andres Harbor...

-...then you guys can fly to Costa Rica. -Cool.

I know where Daniels is.

After we rob him, I'll take the money to Quik Green and wire it to the bank.

-Meet us at the airstrip. -We'll give it shot, yeah.

Okay. This is it.

We're ready.

Thanks, buddy.

For everything.

Good luck, papi.

See you on the other side.

Nobody's talking, huh? A girl's dead and no one said anything, huh?

You're next, Rosario.

Get out of my way.

The bed, it's perfect.

I made it in the wood shop.

I wanna give my daughter, Emily, a birthday gift on her actual birthday.

That's why I need to get out of here.

-How very sentimental. -Oh, I'm not.

It's just for her.

If you're smart, you'll start talking.

We need to get to the chapel.

-We? -There's no way out of here right now.

I'm gonna need you.

-Yeah. -Mr. Daniels.

American Paint Company here for the job.

Well, this is Mr. Daniels, but I didn't order any painters.

It's Wednesday. I believe you did.

Okay, hold it right there. I'm calling the police.

Get up.

This is it.

I'll be right back. I gotta get that parachute.

Michael.

Come here.

There's a better way.

Mess.

Mess. Half hour.

Okay, let's go, girls. Get out.

A little faster. We don't have all day.

Let's go.

-Got any ideas? -Yeah.

Keep your head down and follow me. I'll think of something.

Oh-nine, in the line.

You better think of something fast because we have company.

I hope you're ready for a fight, princess. This one's to the death.

Do you think you can overpower her?

Yeah.

I don't think it's her you have to worry about.

Just be ready.

-Hello? -It's me.

I got the message about the birthday present.

Was the gift earned?

-What the hell are you talking about? -The birthday present.

Birthday present? Two guys showed up at my house.

They took the money and they beat the crap out of--

Howdy, general.

Oh, I just thought I'd let you know, I came into some green.

My personal preference is two Zagnut bars and a copy of The Times.

So I'll see you in the a.m.?

You worthless son of a whore.

Go to hell!

Careful I don't get there first...

...lest I become king of that prison too.

All right, from take off, the prison's gonna come up real fast.

So whatever you gotta do to get ready, do it now.

You got it.

We got the money. Sucre just dropped me off on the way to wire it.

Good. That means T-Bag's set.

I'm gonna see how long it's gonna take him to get going.

-Sure that thing's gonna hold you up? -Yeah, it'll be fine.

What about you?

It's not my first time inside prison.

But hopefully, it'll be my last.

Think about all the amazing stories you'll be able to tell your kid.

You're gonna be the type of father our dad never was.

Someone to look up to.

Take care, Michael.

Unless you've got details I'm hanging up. You can forget getting your badge back.

He's got a plane, gonna parachute into the yard.

-What? -I swear to God.

He's gonna be over prison airspace at 7:00.

Call in reinforcements. I want 20 armed COs in the yard.

Be ready to turn off exterior lights.

Scofield won't see what's coming until it's too late.

And bring me Sara Tancredi.

Wait. Wait--

What happened with Agatha, it's not what happened.

I need to make this right with you, okay?

Go ahead.

I was hoping I'd see you here.

You know I still owe you one big juicy favor.

Later, blue eyes.

I swear to God, she wanted to kill me and I was just defending myself.

-Remember that? -Yes, I do.

My mama gave me that.

Told me I was gonna give it to one of my kids one day.

Now, I never did get knocked up, but I grew a family.

And I practically raised Agatha and she wasn't no killer.

Now, I can't say that much for myself.

You don't even know what I had in mind yet.

Okay, listen, you're right. Agatha isn't a killer.

She was just a greedy little bitch who bit off more than she could chew.

Skittlez.

Okay. We cool.

We cool.

We cool. We--

Cowler, Simms wants you to bring Tancredi to her office.

All right, okay.


Son of a bitch.

They'll be coming by through here, okay?

Federal Agent Todd Wheatley. I need to get inside right now.

-Emergency Team takes priority. -I'm leader of the Emergency Team.

-Let me inside. -I have orders.

Go talk to your supervisor. Come on.

Yo, Evan, let the Suburban through.

That plane should be overhead any minute.

Hey, fellas, kill the lights.

As soon as he hits the ground, that's when I want you to start firing.

Stand by.

We're standing by.

Easy now. Hold your fire.

Stand by.

Now.

-Let's go. Move in, men. -Move in, move in.

-Hold your fire. Hold your fire. -Okay, stand by.

Moving in.

Where the hell is Scofield?

-The Emergency Team takes priority. -I'm the leader of the team.

-Now, let me inside, right now. I have strict orders no one gets inside.

I don't care what your orders are. Go talk to your supervisor.


Why isn't Tancredi in front of me?

We just got this situation under control.

We're looking for her right now.

Oh, my God.

-Are you all right? -It was Morgan.

Check the kitchen. They might be in the kitchen.


I'm not gonna make it on my own.

Either leave me or don't, but make up your damn mind.

You gonna be able to make it?

Yeah.

Okay. It's now.

Oh, God.

Whoa, hold up.

No, I think we're good.


Don't move!

Skirt in the dirt, now!

-Please, I just-- -On the ground!

You here alone?

Damn it, when I ask you a question, you answer.

Is there anyone else here?

Yes.

Who?

God.

Excuse me?

He's always here.

I was worried about my little girl on the outside.

So I came to pray.

See if someone will watch over her.

Go check it out.


I want some asses in the cellblock. We gotta get these animals locked down.

We better head over there.

I hope that daughter of yours is a lot smarter than you.

So do.

Hey.

You ready to go?

Nobody gets in or out of prison. I don't care if it's the president...

...having to take a piss. Tell him to turn the hell around. Get a team.

I want that fence line checked for points of compromise.

Yes, sir.

Michael said this is where they're gonna come out.

You think Sucre made the drop on time?

Don't know.

No, no, no.

Please enter your account number.

Three, four, eight, pound.

Your account balance is zero dollars and zero cents.

If you would like to access another account--

Nine, two, four, eight, pound.

Your account balance is zero dollars and zero--

What the hell do you think you're doing, fish? We in lockdown.

What for?

Something's going on in bitch block, I don't know.

What's it worth to you to find out?

Are we gonna get through here?

The other side is kind of an escape hatch for the administrators, in case of a riot.

This is the same system they have in Fox River.

That door can only be open remotely from the control room.

That's why we had to ask for help.

T-Bag.

Tell them what you told me.

Michael Scofield's about to stage a prison break.

And I know exactly how he's gonna do it.

Exactly what did Scofield ask you to do?

Just light a fire in my cell and the rest will just take care of itself.

Fire alarm. When that goes off, what's your protocol?

State law, mandatory evac.

He wasn't gonna break her out, he was gonna get you to.

-Shut up. -Get him out of here.

All right, the evacuation's only gonna get him out of the yard.

Whatever he's up to, he needs noise and he needs chaos.

Deactivate the smoke detection system, the fire alarm.

And while you're at it, kill the horn.

If anybody so much as bends a blade of grass in this place...

...wanna be able to hear it.

What are we waiting for?

We made a deal.

For the right price, T-Bag would set off the fire alarms.

That's what we were waiting for.

-Michael, there's a-- -It's okay.

There's only one thing you can count on when you're dealing with T-Bag...

...he's a rat.

-Anything? -Just female inmate loose in the yard.

-Tancredi? -No, Morgan.

First name, Gretchen.

-Over by the chapel. -All right.

All right.

Great. Now, let's go.

Okay. Down there.

Okay.

Beyond this door should be a hundred yards of tunnel.

On the other end of that is Linc and after that...

...there's a boat bound for white sand and blue water.

A power surge to the system...

...will override the reader for just a few seconds...

...just long enough for you to open the hatch, so get ready.

Three, two, one.

One more time.

Three, two, one.

I was afraid this might happen.

It's okay.

It's all right. We're gonna keep moving. We're gonna find another way.

I know what I have to do.

I need units to the chapel, now.

Unit 53, 10-4.

-Where are they? -I don't know.

They should've been here by now.

The battery wasn't generating enough power.

We have to blow the system for the whole building.

Okay. What do you wanna try?

This is the main fuse.

If I yank that, everything will go dark for a second.

If I reconnect these two cables...

If I reconnect these two cables, there'll be a lot of noise.

And every bulb is gonna blow.

As soon as that happens, open that hatch...

...I want you to start running.

Okay. What about you?

Michael.

Sara...

...someone has to stay here.

And someone has to open the hatch.

And that someone's gonna be you.

Okay. So I'll leave it open for you.

You don't understand.

This is the only way.

I'm not leaving unless you're coming with me.

I am coming with you.

I love you.

God, I love you too.

Go.

Go, Sara.

Go.


Down the stairs.

Where's Michael?

Sara, where's--?

Where's Michael?

Where is he?

He's not coming back.

He's not coming back.

What do you mean he's not coming back?

What do you mean by that?

He's not coming back.

He'll be here.

He's gone, Linc.

Linc, we gotta go.

We gotta go.

We gotta go.


Hey, it's gonna be open in a minute.

Why am I being punished?

I'm the guy who blew the whistle!

You aided and abetted an escape, Mr. Bagwell.

As far as the authorities are concerned, you're an accomplice.

Scofield!

Scofield!

Scofield!


Michael asked me to give you this if he didn't make it out.

He said it would help you understand why he did what he did.

It's his blood work.


This is the general's money.

I was supposed to wire it down to Costa Rica for you to pick up...

...but I ran into some trouble.

I'm sorry.

You take care of that baby, okay?

You take care of yours.


It's for you.

He never said anything to me.

Why didn't he just tell me?

Because he knew you'd try to stop him.

He knew you'd do anything to protect your family.

But I didn't.

Well...

...you will soon.

Take it easy.

Sara.

Thank you.

Yeah.


Well, if you're watching this, I'm glad...

...because it means you're safe.

And that's all I ever wanted.

I wish I could be there with you.

But as you probably know now...

...wouldn't have had much time anyway...

...So I made my choice...

...and I don't regret it.

Anyway, not too long from now...

...there's gonna be another little Scofield running around.

And, Linc, I want you to promise me, no matter what...

...they're gonna grow up knowing their uncle is never far away.

And, Sara...

...I want you to promise me that you're gonna keep an eye on Linc.

As you may have noticed, he has a tendency to get in trouble.

You know, we spend so much of our lives...

...not saying the things we wanna say...

...the things we should say.

We speak in code and we send little messages, origami.

So now, plainly, simply...

...I wanna say that I love you both.

Very much.

And I want you to promise me...

...that you're gonna tell my child--

That you're gonna tell my child how much they're loved every day.

And remind them how lucky they are...

...to be free...

...because we are.

We're free now...

...finally.

We're free.