Played by:Camille Guaty
Emmy Sharp began working as a prostitute at the age of 16. Tired of being taken advantage of by her pimp, she tried to organize the other girls to cut him out. He stopped the reorganization and beat Emmy severely. As soon as she recovered, she got her revenge. Waiting until he fell asleep, Emmy doused her former pimp with gasoline and set him on fire. She was given twenty-five years for her crime.
Inmate Emmy Sharp planned out her escape with the help of Claire Lyons, a volunteer teacher for the prison system. In class, the two faked a confrontation in which Emmy attacked Claire, tearing open her blouse and threatening her before being restrained by the guards. Knowing that the attack would result in a court date outside the prison walls, the two women set their plan in motion.
On the day of her arraignment, Emmy eats the one-pound hoard of pistachio nuts she’s been collecting from the cafeteria. A natural laxative, they go to work on her right away. In the van on the way to the hearing, Emmy starts to lose control. She begs the guards to pull over at a gas station so she can use the bathroom, but they refuse, so she lets it all go in the van.
Disgusted, the guards stop at the gas station so she can clean herself, not knowing that this location was specifically chosen by Emmy and Claire. Inside, Claire has hidden a screwdriver so Emmy can remove the window grate and make her escape. As Emmy goes to work on the window, one of the guards re-enters the bathroom. He won’t leave, so Emmy stabs him in the throat with the screwdriver, killing him. She then finishes up with the window and makes a run for it.
Emmy heads to Claire’s home. Emmy sneaks up behind Claire’s husband and shoots him in the head. He falls to the ground, dead, and Emmy and Claire hit the road.
The two steal a car and head to a storage facility where they break into a unit owned by Claire’s deceased husband and steal a bag of gold, cash, and other valuables. They are forced to shoot the lock off the door, and the noise alerts the Breakout Kings who have been tracking them, but some fancy driving allows them to escape with the loot.
Emmy and Claire attempt to sell the valuables to a pawn broker. When he pulls a gun on the women and attempts to rob them, Claire shoots and kills him. They load up on more expensive loot from the pawn shop and hit the road once more.
Claire is taking a bath in their motel room when Emmy tells her that she’s sorry, but their relationship was a set-up. She steps aside and tells her actual partner in crime, a rock and roller named Johnny Griffin, to “do it.” Emmy looks away as Johnny drowns Claire in the bath.
The postcards continue to arrive, and when one arrives addressed specifically to Lloyd, Ray decides he can no longer keep it from the group. This postcard isn’t like the others. Besides being addressed to a specific person, it also carries a cryptic message. “Dr. Lowery: I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” Lloyd is understandably upset, but Ray immediately puts him to work solving the mystery.
While Lloyd is decoding the postcards and the rest of the team is off after Emmy, Damien is wandering suburbia in search of his next victim. It doesn’t take him long to find someone… and a pair of pruning shears.
After a lot of thinking and a couple of lucky breaks, Lloyd realizes that President Clinton uttered the infamous statement referenced in Damien’s postcard on the same day Lloyd was interviewing Damien in prison. He hurriedly asks Julianne to get ahold of the interview tapes, and upon viewing them realizes that the conversation that day focused on Damien’s mother. Ray immediately gets people to check in on Damien’s mother, but Lloyd quickly realizes his own mother may be in jeopardy. He calls his mother and learns that she’s ok (or at least the same as ever). She does, however, reveal that she’s been receiving some mysterious postcards addressed to Lloyd.
Meanwhile, Damien is keeping busy introducing himself to Megan, a college cheerleader. When he’s confronted by the cheerleading coach, he waves him off by whipping out a U.S. Marshal’s badge – the badge that once belonged to Charlie DuChamp. Pretending to be Charlie, he informs her that he has important news for her about her father.
With a faxed copy of the postcard sent to his mother under review, Lloyd realizes that Damien is sending a message of change. Without his partner in crime, he must find a new way to satisfy his urge to kill.
Damien has Megan in an abandoned building. She’s bound and Damien has surrounded her with his tools.
Lloyd puts together the presidential references and asks Jules to cross-reference streets in Philly named after Presidents. She does, and finds a Clinton Fabricators, Ltd. building at the intersection of Jackson and Kennedy.
The task force is called in. They burst into the building and find Megan, tied up but unharmed. Damien, watching from the street, heads to his car and disappears.
Damien calls the bullpen, revealing that, in his mind, Lloyd has replaced Brent as his audience. The Kings get to work trying to figure out his next move.