This weeks escape was a good old-fashioned breakout.  There was no elaborate scheme.  This episode’s convict is Virgil, he doesn’t discriminate and has over three dozen killings under his belt.

When the crew came in Shea overheard Charlie telling Ray that he heard he may be getting back on the marshalls if he kept up the good work.

Shea went with Ray to talk to an informant and they found out that Virgil would not be hired due to being caught and put into jail.  We then see Virgil find a hidden gun and money.  His first stop an office to kill a man for Ginneve.

Shea told the rest of the team what he overheard but he is the only one that cares.  Meanwhile, the team has tied together all of Virgil’s most recent victims.  They had some connection to a rape that occurred five years ago and when they found out the victim’s name it was Ginneve.

When the team finally ganged up on Ray and called him the worst, Ray put everyone’s story out there.

  • Shea, a gangbanger hurting his own people.
  • Erica, a psycho killer who chose vengeance over motherhood
  • Lloyd, who wrote prescription drugs to college students and one student overdosed.

This struck a soft spot for Lloyd. 

Ray and Charlie went after Gineve after they connected her father to hiring Virgil to kill those who were involved with her rape.  Gineve gave up the final name and the team went to save him.  They were just minutes from finding another body.  Virgil almost got away when Charlie through something down on his jeep causing a wreck.

Before going back to jail Lloyd talked about the situation and how the girl who overdosed had just broken up with her boyfriend and chased the pills with vodka and how he regretted.  Charlie then gave a pep-talk about how Ray put the team together and how everyone needs to get past each other’s baggage and to move on.  Charlie also came clean about his heart defect so everyone knows each others dirty underwear.

About Elizabeth

I am the co-creator of S and E Pop Culture. I currently live and work in East Tennessee. I love to watch, talk and write about all things popculture. Check out the blog and let me know what you think.

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