Damien Fontleroy & Brent Howson
Played by:Jason Behr
& Nate Mooney
Damien first constructs a makeshift crossbow from the elastic band in his underwear, the bottom half of a water bottle, and a bit of string. Playing sick, he convinces the guard to open his cell, at which point he ducks and trips the string, releasing the elastic band and firing a dart made from plastic spoons into the guard’s throat.
Heading outside, he climbs to the top of an electrical tower and, using a leather strap he had sent to him by an outside accomplice hidden in a copy of the Torah, manages to zipline his way over the prison fence.
He runs through the surrounding forest with prison guard dogs on his tail. Suddenly, he stops. When the dogs approach, he commands them to sit and stay in Hebrew, having taught himself the proper commands before setting his plan into motion.
Damien’s partner, Brent Howson, takes a more direct approach. By faking a religious conversion, he gains the trust of the prison chaplain, earning himself a measure of freedom assisting with mass. Timing his escape with an accomplice on the outside, he waits for his chance, smashes the poor priest over the head with a ceremonial chalice, then races out the window and into the waiting getaway vehicle.
Once on the outside, the rampage begins. Damien tricks a man into letting him inside his house, then shoots him dead. Once he and Brent reunite, their first move once is to get rid of the accomplice who helped them escape. They leave her dead in a bathtub.
Damien and Brent get back to their old M.O. They kidnap a young woman jogging alone at night and hole up in an empty warehouse where they tie her up and Brent “preps” her for Damien. When the Kings arrive, Damien runs for it, but Brent, unprepared, draws a gun and kicks the woman – chair and all – off a ledge. Charlie catches her and pulls her to safety.
In the ensuing chase, Charlie fatally shoots Brent. Before he can make his next move, Damien shoots Charlie, and nearly kills Lloyd as well. Lloyd gets away (thanks to a pair of scissors) and Damien makes his escape, leaving the Kings helpless to do anything to save Charlie.