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
Michael is convicted and sent to a State Prison for the crime of robbing a bank. Bank Robbery is a Federal offense and he would have been sent to a Federal Prison. See more
[after taking Michael's advice when writing a letter to his girlfriend
Passion! What were you thinking?
Hey, you went for it.
She probably thinks I went sissy up in here. "Passion"!
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