William Somerset explains why this is not your typical murder case.
Somerset is telling the library guards that he will never understand why they...
Red narrates about 1963.
While Andy comforts Brooks after holding Heywood hostage with a knife, Heywoo...
Somerset is surprised that David Mills read Parson's Tale and Dante's Inferno.
Somerset is telling Mills that Doe is methodical, exacting and patient. Mill...
Somerset is telling Doe that it doesn't make sense that if Doe was chosen by ...
Somerset wonders if Mills knows what John Doe has done.
William Somerset intercepts the delivery van, telling his team to wait for a ...
Red narrates about Andy.
Red narrates about Andy teaching Tommy.
While placing the new inmates into their cells for the first night, Red expla...
William Somerset doesn't like to be dismissive, so never call the murderer a ...
Red narrates about Warden Norton's inside-out program.
Red explains to his fellow inmates why lifers like Brooks don't want parole.
Referring to Captain Hadley, Red says the colossal prick even managed to soun...
Mills is telling Somerset that he's not a rookie and has worked homicide for ...
The plan: Wait for the plea.
Andy asks Red why they call him that, and Red replies that maybe it's because...
Red informs the audience that he and some fellas he knows were among the name...
Red cannot share Andy's dream about being out of prison.
Tracy offers Somerset a seat, but he declines.
Mills has just realized that the photographer on the stairs at a previous mur...
William Somerset complains about the world he lives in.