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Lloyd Lowery (Character)
from "Breakout Kings" (2011)

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Breakout Kings: Season 2: Episode 9 -- 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.

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Lloyd Lowery comes to the team of prison-escapee hunters with an atypical background... See more »

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  1. "Breakout Kings"
        - Served Cold (2012) TV episode, Played by Jimmi Simpson
        - Freakshow (2012) TV episode, Played by Jimmi Simpson
        - SEALd Fate (2012) TV episode, Played by Jimmi Simpson
        - Ain't Love (50) Grand? (2012) TV episode, Played by Jimmi Simpson
        - I Smell Emmy (2012) TV episode, Played by Jimmi Simpson
          (18 more)

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From "Breakout Kings: Freakshow (#2.9)" (2012)
Lloyd Lowery: Okay, so who did raise Max?
Dwight: Well, no one really. I mean, the kid just kinda hung around, he was always there. So we just let the little lunatic stay on.
Lloyd Lowery: So let me get this straight. No one took care of Max, and all of you stood by while this kid was exploited for cheap labor. Is that right?
Dwight: No. Well you're making it sound worse than it was. I mean, we let the kid perform didn't we.
Lloyd Lowery: You called him "Mad Max," didn't you?
Dwight: Well if he didn't like it how come he stuck around all those years?
Lloyd Lowery: Well as you pointed out, Max was mentally unstable. I mean it sounds like the circus community unwittingly applied some destabilization which is a brain washing technique where you bully someone and you lower their self worth. You took a malfunctioning mind and you just broke it completely...
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