In the carload of cons, T-Bag's practicing his best psycho hillbilly looks while Abruzzi says, "If you think I won't cut you myself to get that key, you're in for a big surprise." T-Bag coolly drawls, "I encourage you to remember the last time you came at me with a knife." Oh, Robert Knepper. What must it be like to look at a script and decide, "Here -- yes, here is where I will pick up the scene and put it in my pocket and walk off with it"? After a line like that, Michael's screamed, "Shut up! Both of you! Shut up! We can settle this in Mexico" seems sort of wussy-boy and lame. Sucre looks back -- I imagine the sight of Michael screaming in anger is something of a novelty. Linc looks like he's about ready to snap, "If I have to stop this car..." He settles for asking how far it is to the airstrip. It's five miles. C-Note pops up from wherever he's been stashed and mutters threateningly in Abruzzi's ear about how the plane better be there. Abruzzi could not care less what C-Note thinks.
My little sans serif friend! We're where? At the Goose Park Airstrip? And it's how far away from Fox River? Ten miles? Okay, mysterious text dispenser -- thank you. You can go now. The pilot's getting nervous about the prospect of taking off, with the cops everywhere. Maggio's getting nervous because he's running out of snacks.
Back in Fox River, Pope's grilling Nurse Gossipson: "You're saying you don't know anything about this?" She doesn't. Pope protests, "The door was left open, Katie!" and she replies with some exasperation that it wasn't her. Pope asks, "Then who was it? Only you and Dr. Tancredi were left at the end of the night. The orderly confirmed that!" Nurse Gossipson is clearly in a rough spot, but repeats that it wasn't her. Pope says quietly, "Then you're telling me it was Dr. Tancredi." "No!" Nurse Gossipson says vehemently. She then catches sight of Pope's expression -- the hurt he's evidently feeling that something in this escape can be linked to his employees -- and she clams up. Pope then puts on the full-court press, reminding her that if she's sitting on information, she could be charged as an accessory to the crime, should he feel like it. And he feels like it. Nurse Gossipson says reluctantly, "Sara...Sara had a thing for Scofield." Which you encouraged! So I hope part of that guilty expression is linked to you remembering that, Katie Gossipson. Pope deflates visibly, but thanks Nurse Gossipson.