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Breakout Kings: Freakshow

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 Fontleroy - with disastrous consequences.

Source: A&E

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x9
Airdate: Sunday April 29th, 2012
Special Airtime: 09:00 pm

Alternate Airdates:

AU (one) Jun 18, 2014

Guest Stars
Ian BohenIan Bohen
As Pete Gillies
Jason BehrJason Behr
As Damien Fontleroy
Joe ChrestJoe Chrest
As unknown
Michael FilipowichMichael Filipowich
As Max Morris
Mark PovinelliMark Povinelli
As Kurt Peebles
Main Cast
Domenick LombardozziDomenick Lombardozzi
As Ray Zancanelli
Jimmi SimpsonJimmi Simpson
As Lloyd Lowery
Malcolm J. GoodwinMalcolm J. Goodwin
As Sheamus 'Shea' Daniels
Serinda SwanSerinda Swan
As Erica Reed
Brooke NevinBrooke Nevin
As Julianne Simms


The episode begins at the Souza –Baranowski correctional center, where a reporter is reporting about an interview with Max Morris, the famous escape artist, who is serving his sentence for setting fire to a circus in Pittsville. After escaping from two other centers, Max was finally brought this one. Max is considered to be the most violent and uncontainable inmate in the State’s history; but now after two decades of silence, Max has agreed for his first interview. Chained and masked, Max is brought into the room, but as soon as the reporter asks the first question as to why didn’t he defend himself against the charges, Max pulls out something from his sleeves and connects a small wire to it; sort of like completing a circuit. ..

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