You. Lieutenant Clark says meet him
at Gwinnett County Detention Center.

- He say why?
- Nope, but he's waitin' on ya.

How are the ribs today?
Same as they were yesterday,
and the day before, and the day before.

- I'll see ya.
- See ya, Gib.

Get me a half a slab of rib
- and a peach cobbler.
- You got it.

- Hey, Gib.
- Afternoon, Warden. What's up?

Prison break.
- Who fled?
- There's three of 'em took off.

Paul Milliner, Charles Piper
and some kid named Dodge.

Dodge? That explains why
the Lieutenant called me out here.

I busted him about nine months back.
- What's he done now?
- From what we can gather,

Piper and Dodge got into a brawl,
distracting the guard,

and this fuck Milliner
grabbed Kevin's gun.

The three of 'em started shootin'. They
killed Kevin, Bailey and two other guards.

- Dodge killed someone?
- Afternoon, Gibson. Warden Nichols.

This is Marshal Schiller,
Attorney General's office.

Welcome to the land
of CNN and Coca-Cola.

We don't want to be on CNN and hope not
to get too thirsty capturing these fugitives.

The Marshal will head the manhunt.
Since you arrested Dodge,
you can give Schiller a jump-start
on where to look for these boys.

He's probably headin' back to Atlanta,
about 30 miles from here.

If we put out an all-points and local news
profiles, we should have 'em by nightfall.

Let me talk to you for a minute, Matthew.
This guy Schiller is no regular cop. He
was sent by the Attorney General's office.

They want a press blackout on this.
- We do want to catch these boys, right?
- Damn right.

But we don't want police reports
all over the six o'clock news.

So I'm supposed to play Seeing Eye dog
to the Attorney General's trigger man

without askin' what, when or why.
My job is to make sure you give
these boys what they need. Are we clear?