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.
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Did You Know?
The magazine that Michael Scofield shoves down the sewer has actress Roselyn Sanchez on it. Show co-producer Brett Ratner previously directed Rush Hour 2 with Sanchez co-starring. See more
When Veronica is talking with Michael in jail, a guard says that visiting hours are over, and she gets up to leave as if required to do so. Constitutionally, any prisoner is allowed to see his or her lawyer any hour of any day of the year. See more
Warden Henry Pope
Son, it's better for me to owe you one in here than for you to owe me one, I can promise you that.
I'll take my chances.
Written by Ramin Djawadi See more