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Charlie Duchamp (Character)
from "Breakout Kings" (2011)

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"Breakout Kings: An Unjust Death (#2.1)" (2012)
Charlie Duchamp: Alright Lloyd, you know this guy. I want you front and center on this case.
Lloyd Lowery: Oh, actually I was hoping for more of like a back and off to the side position Charlie. This guy hates me, and not like you hate me, he hates me hates me. I don't want to cross his path.

Charlie Duchamp: Lloyd, what's your history with this guy?
Lloyd Lowery: Well I was a few months out of med school, Harvard Summa Cum Laude by the way, and I took part in a government study of the criminal mind. Uh, root causes of their pathology, how narcissism affects their crime patterns, how their lives...
Shea Daniels: You keep saying "their" like you ain't a criminal yourself.
Lloyd Lowery: Please hold all comments 'til the end of the lecture.
Ray Zancanelli: What do you know about this psycho?
Lloyd Lowery: Ok, well his father was a very wealthy businessman, and studies show that the neurological makeup of a successful CEO is often nearly an exact match to those of serial killers. Both are calculating, methodical, capable of separating themselves from emotion. Basically one tweak in a brain fold, and you go from Gordon Gekko, to Charlie Manson. Damion fell into the latter category obviously.
Julianne Simms: Did you help lock his ass up?
[Everyone looks at Julianne]
Lloyd Lowery: Since when do you swear like that? But no, I recommended they put him into a looney bin, because the only way you could stop someone with a drive to kill like Damion is to dope his ass silly. And when I said that on the stand, it took like two bailiffs to hold him back.

Charlie Duchamp: Lloyd, what's your history with this guy?
Lloyd Lowery: Well I was a few months out of med school, Harvard Summa Cum Laude by the way, and I took part in a government study of the criminal mind. Uh, root causes of their pathology, how narcissism affects their crime patterns, how their lives...
Shea Daniels: You keep saying "their" like you ain't a criminal yourself.
Lloyd Lowery: Please hold all comments 'til the end of the lecture.
Ray Zancanelli: What do you know about this psycho?
Lloyd Lowery: Ok, well his father was a very wealthy businessman, and studies show that the neurological makeup of a successful CEO is often nearly an exact match to those of serial killers. Both are calculating, methodical, capable of separating themselves from emotion. Basically one tweak in a brain fold, and you go from Gordon Gekko, to Charlie Manson. Damien fell into the latter category obviously.
Julianne Simms: Did you help lock his ass up?
[Everyone looks at Julianne]
Lloyd Lowery: Since when do you swear like that? But no, I recommended they put him into a looney bin, because the only way you could stop someone with a drive to kill like Damien is to dope his ass silly. And when I said that on the stand, it took like two bailiffs to hold him back.


"Breakout Kings: One for the Money (#1.9)" (2011)
Charlie Duchamp: [Sees cigar shop near the payphone used by Andre] Maybe he was picking up more cigars?
Lloyd Lowery: He wouldn't call us from a traceable phone right outside of one of his hangouts, he's not that stupid. Trust me.
Charlie Duchamp: Lloyd, when you, a known problem gambler, were finally apprehended, where did we find you?
Lloyd Lowery: Casino.
Charlie Duchamp: Exactly.

Charlie Duchamp: This is Andre's stash, the Bad Elvis's communicate through cigar boxes. We're looking for the box with the skunk cigars, get to it.
[Hands Lloyd several cigar boxes]
Lloyd Lowery: [Lloyd opens the first box and removes a cigar to smell] Not this one, silky smooth.
[Smells another cigar]
Lloyd Lowery: Oh my Godness, you are full bodied. How about you?
[Smells third cigar]
Lloyd Lowery: Oh you are way to earthy to be a dud aren't you.
[Continues smelling the cigar]
Lloyd Lowery: Yeah you got, you got a bit of cedar in you don't you, you little scamp.
Charlie Duchamp: Lloyd.
Lloyd Lowery: [Grabs another cigar] How about,
[takes a big sniff]
Lloyd Lowery: okay, grandpa slippers, right there.


"Breakout Kings: Out of the Mouths of Babes (#1.4)" (2011)
Lloyd Lowery: Gimme your gun. I wanna shoot some people.
Charlie Duchamp: What?
Lloyd Lowery: You get to play doctor, I get to play G-Man.
Charlie Duchamp: G-Man's FBI. I'm a Marshall.
Lloyd Lowery: You told Erica to bottle it up? What kind of Guatemala med school did you go to Charlie?
Charlie Duchamp: She's got to focus on the task at hand.
Lloyd Lowery: She needs an emotional release jackass. Her father was murdered, her kid was taken away from her. She has rage issues, and you're telling her to put a cork in Mount Vesuvius?
Charlie Duchamp: Did you just call me a jackass?
Lloyd Lowery: Possibly.

Julianne Simms: Agencies put extra bodies on the internet Child Protective Services in case our runner jumps online.
Shea Daniels: Child Protective Service? Who we going after?
Charlie Duchamp: Joseph Ramsey, sex offender.
Lloyd Lowery: How many victims?
Julianne Simms: Five. All eight-year-old girls.
Lloyd Lowery: He's pathological, means his actions are driven by an uncontrollable mental condition.
Shea Daniels: I know what pathological means.
Lloyd Lowery: Well now you do, thanks to me.


"Breakout Kings: Pilot (#1.1)" (2011)
Charlie Duchamp: Kyle Ferro couldn't have just disappeared.
Lloyd Lowery: Three clubs in high school, trainer for the football team, that's probably how they lured him into the heist, the desire to be part of something, Dependent Personality Disorder, very common in Latinos, FYI.
[Turns to Charlie]
Lloyd Lowery: Sound about right Charlie, you got some uh, Puerto Rican in the mix?
Charlie Duchamp: Cuban.
Lloyd Lowery: I was way off, I'm sorry.


"Breakout Kings: Like Father, Like Son (#1.6)" (2011)
Charlie Duchamp: Just got this from Director Knox. The feed store guy filed an assault complaint. Now we so much as try to tail the guy, we're getting sued.
Ray Zancanelli: The guy needed a beating.
Lloyd Lowery: He sued us? What a dick. I'm so glad you punched him you violent Italian.
Shea Daniels: See man, you're always saying racist stuff. So how come you don't like it when the guy we're chasing do it?
Lloyd Lowery: No, no, no, no. I say racial stuff not racist stuff. I merely state facts. A racist is an idiot because to believe that one group is genetically superior to another is scientifically baseless. Cultural superiority on the other hand...
Shea Daniels: See. Racist.
Lloyd Lowery: How much you wanna bet that you dance better than me. I state facts.


"Breakout Kings: Paid in Full (#1.10)" (2011)
Shea Daniels: Yo Ray, everybody's working the case, man. How you gonna ride us like that? You order us around like a screw, whole time you been lying to us. Why aren't you a cop anymore Ray? Huh? I mean, what you do, plant some evidence? Put somebody in the hospital? I wanna know who the hell I'm working for.
Charlie Duchamp: That's enough.
Ray Zancanelli: No no, I got it Charlie. You guys wanna know what I did? I'll put it out there. I took eight grand from a bus to buy my kid a used car, so she wouldn't think I was a deadbeat dad.
Erica Reed: Okay, let me get this straight. You look down your nose at us, you call us animals, and this whole time you're a con?
Shea Daniels: Worse. A dirty cop.
Ray Zancanelli: Hey you wanna judge me?
Charlie Duchamp: Ray.
Ray Zancanelli: Huh? A gang banger who profited from his own people!
Charlie Duchamp: Ray.
Ray Zancanelli: [Turns toward Erica] A psycho vigilante who chose vengeance over motherhood!
[Turns to Lloyd]
Ray Zancanelli: And you. You wrote prescriptions to college kids to cover your own debt.
Lloyd Lowery: Please don't.
Ray Zancanelli: An eighteen-year-old girl OD'd!
[Lloyd stands up to face Ray, but slowly turns and walks out of the room]


"Breakout Kings: Off the Beaten Path (#1.11)" (2011)
Julianne Simms: Bennett should be in maximum security prison for life, but his lawyer proved that he was unfit to stand trial due to a history of something called co-morbidity.
Lloyd Lowery: Are you okay Charlie?
Charlie Duchamp: Finish.
Lloyd Lowery: Roger that. Uh, yeah co-morbidity basically means that Bennett is a whole cocktail of crazy. You know, think of him as trail mix, except you replace the nuts and the pretzels and those delicious little yogurt droplets, with paranoid schizophrenia, auditory hallucinations, and delusional psychosis.