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Number of Victims
Due to his abusive home life, this morphed into him into what he was and started his spree of violence.
Gun, knife, hands, poison.
Uses multiple, very violent ways, slitting throats, strangling people, and shooting people.
Being a sociopath.
Theodore Bagwell killed a lot of people during the series. For his killings, he has been seen at the one of the biggest main villains during the series. Ironically enough, T-Bag some times pointed a gun at someone, but didn't kill at all. Also ironic is the fact that T-Bag used a gun from a Guard and killed the driver's guard with it. According to critics, T-Bag has been seen by this as one of the best villains on-screen.
Also count the Sona inmates who were seen in the episode Sona.
T-Bag has the highest killcount in a single-episode: The Bag Man with 7 kills.
T-Bag is the only main character who has killed each season at least 1 person.
Lechero and Denise were both killed in the 13th episode.
There was an episode-absence of 16 episodes between the death of Bob Hudson and Marvin Gudat and an episode-absence of 17 episodes between the deaths of Sancho and Vincent Sandinsky.
Season 1 is the only season without a kill from T-Bag who appeared in a season premiere, although he slashed the throat of John Abruzzi, who appeared in a premiere.
The Season 3 final is the only final in which T-Bag kills someone.
Behind the scenes
As with many of the bullet wounds in Breakout Kings, when the guard was shot in the Medical Transport Van he was rigged with a "squib". A squib is a soft packet of fake blood that is connected to a small explosive charge. When detonated, the squib creates the illusion of a bullet wound.
To create the effect that T-Bag had tortured Wayne by screwing various objects into his torso, the actor wore a Special Effects vest beneath his wardrobe. The various gadgets were then secured directly into the vest.