Played by:Nicholas D’Agosto
Struggling actor Travis Muncey escaped while awaiting trial on an illegal handgun possession charge. He was arrested after seeking treatment for an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound to the rear end, not realizing that hospitals are bound by law to report gunshot wounds to the authorities.
Once his mug shot hit the wires, facial recognition software identified him in photos with Bob Dixon, one of the most violent and powerful arms traffickers in the world. Dixon had also been placed on the Marshals’ top fifteen most wanted list for an incident in which he killed two Marshals and then fled the country.
Once in prison, Muncey learned quickly that Dixon had put a price on his head. With just about every inmate in the facility out to kill him, he needed to escape – and soon.
In the prison cafeteria, Muncey sits down across from a huge inmate. Muncey offers the inmate his food in exchange for protection from the other prisoners. Muncey hands over his meal, but keeps the individual packets of butter. When the huge inmate tells him the deal’s off, Muncey knows it’s time to make his escape.
Muncey had been refusing to eat more than the bare minimum to stay alive since being locked up, causing him to lose a tremendous amount of weight. Befriending the warden, he blames his weight loss on stress. A charming guy, he picks up some duties working for the warden, including taking out the mail.
He notices a particularly important piece of mail that he forgot to send out, and the warden sends him running to get it out before the last truck leaves. Once outside, he makes his way to a drainage pipe and empties the envelope, revealing a huge number of individually wrapped pats of butter.
He quickly strips off his uniform and begins rubbing the butter all over his body. Once thoroughly lubricated, he forces himself through a tiny sewer grate. From inside the pipe, he turns to grab his clothes only to find they are just out of reach. With no time left to worry about it, he makes his escape running naked out of the pipe, across a drainage ditch, and into the woods beyond.
On the run, Muncey steals some clothes from a laundromat, but refrains from hurting anyone. The Breakout Kings catch him quickly when they discover him hiding out with his community theater troupe.
The Breakout Kings immediately press him into service. They discover the name and whereabouts of Dixon’s “lady friend” from Muncey, and enlist him in an undercover sting. Unfortunately, Dixon learns of the double-cross. Dixon sends the Malko brothers – a local criminal organization he is paying to be his muscle – to kidnap Julianne off the street. As Ray, Shea and Erica race to rescue her, Dixon’s men return to the bullpen where they incapacitate Lloyd and abduct Muncey.
Dixon sends the Malko brothers – a local criminal organization he is paying to be his muscle – to kidnap Julianne off the street. As Ray, Shea and Erica race to rescue her, Dixon’s men return to the bullpen where they incapacitate Lloyd and abduct Muncey.
They Kings are able to track Dixon and his men to a funeral home, where a shoot–out ensues. Muncey is beaten, but alive, and Dixon is brought in alive as well. One of the Malko brothers is shot down by Ray.