The Breakout Kings are back on the job, charged with answering the perplexing question: Why does a convict escape from prison without ever leaving the prison? To commit the perfect crime. How does he do it? That's up to the team to find out. Written by
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Michael Reilly Burke Plays the character of Ken, while following a lady walking down the pavement in his car he says through the window "it's me teddy" reference to his character Ted Bundy in "Bundy" See more
When Ray is sitting at his desk holding the picture of the dog, he is staring at the back of the picture. It cuts to a view of the back of the picture where the words "Miss You" "Love Damien" and the address for the US Marshal's Office are very clearly written in thick black ink. However, when he turns the picture around, there is nothing written on the back of the picture. Also, when he puts the picture face down on the desk there is nothing written on the back. See more
I didn't make the connection before. This is the "Be Your Own Success Shape" guy.
You read his stuff?
I, yeah, may have glanced at it.
Well sounds like donkey dick to me. But he's got a nice business going, he clears low six figures a year.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, six figures? Come on. I'm Harvard educated, my IQ's the price of a gallon of hi-test, why aren't I making that kind of money?
Because you gambled it all away.
[Reading passage from Ronnie Markham's self help book
"If you fail to strive, ...
The credits end with: In loving memory of KESHA TURNER-ALLEN March 1964 - February 2011 See more
References Happy Days
Breakout Kings Main Theme
Written by Dylan Dray
Performed by Dylan Dray See more