At a supermarket near his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., he accepted an invitation from star-struck high schoolers to go to a party.
He went, he drank and then he left the party with three teens to get more alcohol.
It's been nice to say that I believed in myself when nobody else did, and made it happen. If this kid can do it, with 0 and a car, I can do it, too." It's nice. Garrison: No, but with [Robert] Knepper (T-Bag) they do.
Among the fugitives is Tweener, played by Lane Garrison, who, alas, can't escape the heat in Texas, where the drama is now filming. Lane Garrison: I'm in 158-degree weather in Decatur, Texas, but other than that I'm awesome! He heard the old man say there was million buried in Utah, so.... "A regular ol' inbetweenah." TVGuide.com: Other than the heat, how has Dallas been treating you? TVGuide.com: Are you getting recognized a lot now because of ? Even today, walking around the town square, I've been signing an amazing amount of autographs.Garrison: It's my hometown, so it's sort of like "local boy does good." For me it was realizing that I had made a dream happen, coming from nothing and having everyone tell me I was absolutely out of my mind for leaving here, for not following the norm by going to college and getting married and selling insurance. It's surreal, this notion of celebrity, and it's not something I'm necessarily comfortable with, seeing people freak out or ask to take a picture.... TVGuide.com: People don't cross the street when they see "Tweener" coming?We're in this tiny town, Decatur, that's going to pose for Toole, Utah.This is when he first comes into contact with the individual he [met first] at the prison T-Bag. TVGuide.com: I can hear T-Bag now: "So, I see here we are, crossin' paths once agin...."Garrison: Exactly!Garrison recalls the reaction he got afterward: “There was a man over in the corner and he calls me over and is sobbing. And he said ‘I want to thank you so much for doing this for us.Just the smell of real food gave me back all the memories of my family that I’d forgotten.They’ve never had one chance, let alone two,” Garrison said.“There were days in there that I felt, ‘how can I help these guys? As president of the substance abuse program at one prison, he was able to use the program’s budget to get a Thanksgiving dinner delivered.Garrison: Let me think about this, because Amaury [Nolasco, who plays Sucre] and I just walked around the town square and were both complaining about it.... I had to convince them what a lovely human being he is.I want to say Rockmond [Dunbar, C-Note], but he's never here.