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List of Breakout Kings episodes
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- S2Ep10: Served Cold 4/29/2012
- S2Ep9: Freakshow 4/29/2012
Max Doyle was an orphan raised in the circus with an ax to grind. All his life Max has felt a lack of belonging, a feeling that was only partially assuaged by turning himself into a premiere escape artist. It's that talent that the Breakout Kings are up against as they track Max. Meanwhile, not all of the Kings are on the case, at least one stays back to follow a clue left by their nemesis Damien - with disastrous consequences.
- S2Ep8: Seald Fate 4/22/2012
- S2Ep7: Ain’t Love (50) Grand 4/15/2012
- S2Ep6: I Smell Emmy 4/8/2012
A female prison volunteer is attacked by a rough female inmate. On the way to the court hearing that is a result of that attack, the inmate takes ill at a very precise time. The transport is forced to turn into a rest stop, where the inmate escapes. When the inmate shows up at the home of the volunteer and stabs her husband it appears tragic, until it's learned the volunteer and inmate had been working together. The Breakout Kings are in hot pursuit of this "Thelma and Louise-like" duo as they make a run for it. Jason Behr, Camille Guaty and Ever Carradine guest star.
- S2Ep5: Self Help 4/1/2012
- S2Ep4: Cruz Control 3/25/2012
Following a very clever breakout from the motor pool, the escapee takes off on a killing spree with reckless abandon until Lloyd realizes that, driven by his own fatal diagnosis, he is checking off a killing bucket list. He thinks of himself as an avenging angel, and it's up to the team to stop him and put an end to the violence.
- S2Ep3: Double Down 3/18/2012
- S2Ep2: Round Two 3/11/2012
- S2Ep1: An Unjust Death 3/4/2012
- S1Ep13: Where in the World Is Carmen Vega 5/30/2011
- S1Ep12: There Are Rules 5/22/2011
- S1Ep11: Off the Beaten Path 5/15/2011
Bennett Ballester (Robin Wilcock), a psychiatric patient, kills one of the aides whilst on a field trip and escapes. Ballester is revealed to have murdered a newscaster he was obsessed with and was institutionalized after his attorney managed to show he is mentally unstable. Meanwhile, Charlie is distracted by the suspicions that one of the convicts stole his grandfather's watch. A visit to the psychiatric center yields only one lead: "Meow Time". Jules discovers that it refers to children's television host Debbie Myers (Paula Garc
- S1Ep10: Paid in Full 5/8/2011
The Breakout Kings are assigned to track down notorious hitman Virgil Downing (Mark Pellegrino), who has taken one last contract to gain funds before he disappears. The convicts are distracted by their suspicions that Ray is not a U.S. Marshal, and begin to wonder whether their sentences are being reduced. Downing assassinates two people, but the team are unable to find a connection, until Laird Lapinski (Daniel Lucifora) is killed. The team connect the murders to the alleged rape of Genevieve Krause (Marcella Lentz-Pope) whose father Cliff (W. Earl Brown) works at the prison Downing escaped from. Cliff helped Downing escape and used Genevieve's college fund to pay for the assassinations of four men responsible for the alleged rape of Genevieve. When Ray is confronted about his status as a Marshall, he reveals his conviction for stealing money from a crime scene. When pressed about his attitude towards the convicts, Ray points out their crimes, revealing that Lloyd was selling fake prescriptions to college students, one of whom died in an overdose. After the death of two more people, one of which was collateral, there remains one last target. The team manages to save Genevieve's ex-boyfriend before Downing can get to him, and at headquarters Lloyd states his deep regret for the overdose and Charlie reveals his congenital heart defect to the cons.
- S1Ep9: One for the Money 5/1/2011
Andre Brennan (Richard Burgi), the leader of a ring of international jewelry thieves escapes and plans his biggest job before disappearing for good. Shea has a visit from his girlfriend Vanessa (Tattiawna Jones), but Charlie denies him a conjugal visit. The team look at various women who had visited Brennan while he was incarcerated. Kate Lavin (Josie Davis) convinces the team that she is not associated with Brennan anymore, but her lies are soon revealed and coded communications are found at her residence. These communications lead the team to a hotel where Brennan has murdered one of his colleagues and escapes after being spotted by Ray. Shea suggests bringing in another of Brennan's visitors, Heather Storrow (Helena Mattsson). She denies any involvement with Brennan but Ray, who is unconvinced, plants a tracker on her. Brennan completes his heist and meets with Storrow, who had lied about her involvement. The tracker planted on Storrow gives away their location and both are arrested. Even though Shea took advantage of Julianne to have an intimate encounter with Vanessa, for which Julianne later tells him off, Shea later tells Vanessa that he needs to follow the rules if he ever wants to see her again, before leaving a small diamond from the jewelry store in her hand.
- S1Ep8: Steaks 4/24/2011
A coupon for a steak dinner prompts a competition between Lloyd, Shea and Erica to see who can perform at their best in the latest case. After Carl McCann (Matthew John Armstrong) poisons an inmate, he and Oliver Day (Jonathan Keltz) escape by substituting themselves for the corpse in the coffin. The two convicts work together to retrieve $100,000 that Day's former cell mate, Kellen Stackhouse (Andrew Jackson), had mentioned having. The team discovers a book coded with messages that McCann and Day had used to communicate, and Lloyd goes to work deciphering the information. After McCann and Day kill two more people, the team tracks them to a small town, where they get into a shootout with Ray and Charlie. McCann and Day both get away after Charlie collapses with a heart problem and is shot in the leg. Julianne gets a location on McCann and Day after Lloyd finishes decoding the book. Day lied to McCann about the money in order to get him to help in the escape; Day's real objective is to find Stackhouse, who sexually abused him in prison, and get revenge. A tense standoff leads to both convicts being captured, after which Erica wins the steak dinner. However, she tears up the coupon, saying that she is a vegetarian and that she only participated to keep Shea and Lloyd from winning.
- S1Ep7: Fun with Chemistry 4/17/2011
Mars O'Connell (Rodney Eastman) escapes prison by using a hostage, Starla Roland (Scout Taylor-Compton), during visiting hours. However it becomes clear that the two are in a relationship and they become a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. As the couple travel south they kill four people including a police officer. Lloyd believes that Roland will eventually turn on O'Connell as she is the submissive and her conscience will tell her the killings are wrong. As the trail runs cold, Ray visits O'Connell's cellmate who had given him information on how to evade the authorities. O'Connell and Roland have broken away from their M.O. of stealing cars and running and have now settled into a suburb residence taking a family hostage. After the capture of Roland at department store, Lloyd realizes that she is the dominant one and she will not give up the location of O'Connell. Ray devises a trap where he lets Roland take him hostage and leads him back O'Connell. The team tracks Ray's phone and arrives to capture the couple and save the hostages
- S1Ep6: Like Father, Like Son 4/10/2011
The upcoming 10-year anniversary of an anti-government extremist's execution, sees Christian Beaumont (Zack Ward) escape and plan a series of attacks, to honor his fallen idol. Using the resources of an extremist group, Beaumont begins his attacks with the bombing of a postal office and hacks the Marshal's network to gain personal information. Charlie's wife is targeted with a parcel bomb but escapes with minor injuries. The team tracks the hacker which leads them to Beaumont's personal bunker. As they enter, Ray steps on a tripwire and Beaumont pins them inside with gunfire. Shea and Erica fend off Beaumont, while Charlie and Lloyd delay the explosion long enough for the team to escape safely. Plans taken from the bunker show that Beaumont is planning to destroy the building of the Fish and Wildlife Service after his mother was fired shortly after his incarceration. Beaumont delivers the van filled with fertilizer to destroy the building but is caught and the bomb is defused.
- S1Ep5: Queen of Hearts 4/3/2011
Lilah Tompkins (Christina Cole), threatens a guard's son, allowing her to escape. Tompkins is found to be a manipulative narcissist who uses various men to get her what she wants, all of whom believe she loves them. Lloyd cannot predict her actions because of her disorder, but Erica manages to manipulate one of the men to give her Tompkins' cell phone number. However the lead is short lived after the team is too late in stopping Tompkins from taking her son with her. Predicting that Tompkins will continue to abuse her relationships with men they track her down to a trailer park. With her plans unraveling she is now mentally unstable and attempts to kill her son and commit suicide as a last resort but is stopped by Ray.
- S1Ep4: Out of the Mouths of Babes 3/27/2011
Joseph Ramsey (Derek Phillips), a convicted pedophile, escapes and is seemingly out to exact revenge on Tess Samuels (Jennifer Ross), his first victim who had accused him of abuse. Ramsey's attempt to make contact with Tess fails and narrowly escapes in the process. A credit card transaction leads them team to believe Ramsey is fleeing to Canada. Lloyd is forced to stay behind because of an injury sustained during the chase and Julianne is left to supervise him. However Lloyd comes to realize that Ramsey was a victim of moral panic and the real abuser was Tess's father. Lloyd and Julianne manage to have a talk with Tess, giving her the courage to come forward and clear Ramsey's name.
- S1Ep3: The Big Man 3/20/2011
Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell (Robert Knepper) uses the opportunity while being transferred for a new prosthetic to escape. Bagwell makes it to Indiana, killing one man with multiple stabs wounds in a slow drawn out death, and killing another at a quarry with the use of a rock crusher. The team finds out that the two men were accused of inappropriate contact with a patient suffering from dementia and cancer, as well as stealing her jewelery during their employment at a nursing home. The patient was Bagwell's mother and the murders were in retaliation for their misdeeds. Bagwell travels to the hospital to see his mother before she dies; where he is caught but allowed to see his mother before being sent back to prison
- S1Ep2: Collected 3/13/2011
Philly's failure to inform the authorities that she had over a million dollars in a bank account gets her sent back to Muncy Correctional Facility. Taking her place is Erica Reed (Serinda Swan), but Charlie will not tell the others why she was chosen to be on the team. While investigating, Lloyd hits a nerve with Erica by realizing that she had lost custody of her daughter due to her incarceration, and she attacks him and is kept off of the investigation. The team tracks Xavier Price (Jamie McShane), a man convicted of reckless homicide. Two leads send the team to two abandoned properties. The first has recently burnt down and in the second they find a woman who has been kept there for months. Price has been collecting women and has murdered the first and was unable to reach the second. The team, in a race against time manages to track down Price and the final woman. Price cornered attempts to kill himself in a house fire but is rescued by Ray. Later, Charlie reveals to Ray that Erica is the daughter of a bounty hunter who taught her everything, and when he was tortured and murdered by gang members he helped bring in, she hunted them down and hid the bodies so efficiently that she could only be convicted of weapons charges. Ray, feeling sorry for how he treated her earlier, gives her a photo of her daughter that was contained in her file, and reinstates her place on the team.
- S1Ep1: Pilot 3/6/2011
When convicted murderer August Tillman (Jason Cerbone) escapes from prison, U.S. Marshal Charlie Duchamp (Laz Alonso) enlists the help of former U.S. Marshal Ray Zancanelli (Domenick Lombardozzi) to help recapture Tillman. They take an unorthodox approach to fugitive apprehension by forming a special task force composed of the four most elusive fugitives Ray has ever captured. Convicts Fritz Gunderson (Brock Johnson), Shea Daniels (Malcolm Goodwin), Philly Rotchliffer (Nicole Steinwedell), and Lloyd Lowery (Jimmi Simpson) agree to assist in the case in exchange for time off their sentences. Julianne Simms (Brooke Nevin) also joins the team as an analyst. Tillman, who conducted a bank robbery prior to his conviction, begins to hunt down the members involved in the robbery in an effort to get the money. Gunderson attempts to make an escape by stealing a knife and is sent back to prison. The team suspects an inside job at the bank and are correct in identifying a teller. His daughter is taken hostage until Tillman gets his money. However the team stops him at the Canada/U.S. border, preventing any harm to the teller and his daughter.