Played by:Jason Behr
The Breakout Kings came very close to capturing Damien after he and his partner in crime, Brent Howson, escaped from prison. U.S. Marshal Charlie DuChamp and his team tracked the fugitives to an abandoned warehouse where they had a young woman held prisoner. Charlie freed the young woman, and chased Brent outside, where Brent pulled a gun on the Marshal. Charlie put him down, but was shot from behind by Damien. The wound was fatal. Ever since, the Breakout Kings have been tracking Damien, looking for justice.
Damien still hates Lloyd for the part he played in Damien’s sentencing years ago. When Lloyd heads out on his own to do some research, Damien takes the opportunity to abduct him and hold him hostage with a young woman. Damien forces Lloyd to play a high-stakes game of poker: if Lloyd wins, the woman goes free, but if he loses, she dies. Lloyd wins, but Damien goes back on his word and kills her anyway, then knocks Lloyd out and escapes.
Damien calls the bullpen. He tells the team that he’s created a little scavenger hunt for them. Their first stop is at the home of the first man Julianne was intimate with. Damien informs Ray that his daughter is safe for now, but in four hours, she’ll be out of air.
The first clue is waiting for them in the Park Slope home of Julianne’s high school boyfriend. He tells them that a U.S. Marshal DuChamp came by, but he just questioned him, used the bathroom, and left. After scouring the bathroom, the team finds a bottle of Charlie’s medication. He didn’t have it on him when he died, so Damien must have taken it from his home. The team rushes out to check on Charlie’s wife, Marisol.
The note left in Charlie’s medicine bottle reads “Til Death Do Us Part.” Upon arriving at Marisol’s home, Lloyd realizes that Damien left the next clue in the urn containing Charlie’s ashes. They are forced to dig through their friend’s remains to retrieve it.
The clue sends them to the home of the parents of the girl Lloyd was charged with killing after she overdosed on drugged he prescribed for her. Lloyd, who didn’t fight the charges against him to avoid having to face them, finds the experience harrowing.
From there, Damien sends the team to a riverfront scrapyard in Red Hook, where they discover a handkerchief in a bag. Damien calls them and tells Lloyd to use the handkerchief to wipe his fingerprints off of the gun after he uses it to kill fugitive Max Morris, who the team has been dragging around all day, as he’s too dangerous to leave alone. Damien wants Lloyd to know what’s it’s like to intentionally kill someone.
Meanwhile, Damien stops by the home of an elderly woman. He convinces her that he’s there to do some maintenance work, so she lets him in. He makes short work of the woman, stabbing her to death.
The Breakout Kings are finally able to track down Damien’s cell number and call him. He tells them to go to an overpass, kill Max, and leave his body there.
Damien watches from the old woman’s apartment, which looks out over the underpass, as Lloyd and Ray pull up with Max. As Lloyd prepares to shoot the fugitive, Damien calls him so he can listen in as Lloyd loses his mind. Before Lloyd can pull the trigger, Julianne and Ray manage to determine which building Damien is hiding in, and the killer makes a run for it with the team hot on his trail.
Damien makes his way to the roof, but Ray is way ahead of him. He grabs the killer and forces him to the building’s edge. Holding him over open air, he threatens to drop Damien if he doesn’t reveal where he’s hidden Ray’s daughter, Theresa. Damien, self-preservationist that he is, gives up her location. She’s safe, but Damien isn’t done tormenting the team. He pushes them, trying to eke out every last bit of psychic pain he can get. Ultimately, he takes things a step too far, and Ray makes a decision that will change the team forever.