Herbert: This way leads through the pit. I'm sorry, but it's the only way out. You'll be on your own. I've got to find a way to get the rest of the prisoners free.
Warden 1: So you think he's dead?
Warden 2: He jumped into the pit, man. If he ain't dead yet, he will be soon.
Warden 3: Yeah. Yeah.
Warden 2: Hey, I bet if we find Herbert before anyone else, Mick will give us something nice.
Warden 3: Yeah, let's check the motor pool.
Warden 4: Did you see the drones in cell block A?
Warden 5: Yep. Death squad coming our way, I bet.
Warden 4: Shit. Should we run?
Warden 5: Run? Where to?
Warden 4: I don't know.
Warden 5: Damn right you don't know. This here's our home. We defend it to the death. Right?
Warden 4: Sure, sure.
Male: I am honored to have Dr. Malikov's journal, and a bit intimidated. It will take time to wrap my head around all of this data. However, one event early in his notes seems significant. He writes that he interviewed Joseph Capelli after he killed Nathan Hale. Joseph said Hale uttered a mysterious phrase when the wormhole first appeared in the sky. Hale said, "Can you hear them? It's beautiful." Who is "them," and what does it have to do with the wormhole? Hmm, I must research further. There is much to learn.