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Breakout Kings Review: "Paid in Full"

9 May 2011 3:17 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

It was a killer episode of Breakout Kings as every character stepped up their game and there was more than one big reveal.

"Paid in Full" gave us one of the most chilling escapees since T-Bag.

Virgil Downing was a a man of few words. A very scary man. Like any hitman, he performed his job with cold, steady dedication. But having bad information and then killing the wrong man shook him, if only that it showed a lack of professionalism. 

Everyone who knew about Virgil Downing was most upset not by the amount of people he'd murdered but that he once took a job to kill a dog. In this jaded world of cops and cons, killing the dog was what got their attention.

The episode started off with Shea learning that Ray was no longer a Marshal. I'd say that with Shea's paranoia, he was the most dangerous »

- christine@tvfanatic.com (C. Orlando)

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