|Season 2, Episode 2|
|Air date||January 19, 2011|
|Directed by||Steve Scaini|
|Written by||Allan Hawco|
Live and Let Doyle
A Stand Up Guy
Jake plays prisoner when he goes "inside" to find out the location of some stolen diamonds from a gang of incarcerated criminals; Mal finds out that Rose has been keeping a big secret from him; Tinny's money-making scheme starts to take root
- Allan Hawco as Jake Doyle
- Seán McGinley as Malachy Doyle
- Lynda Boyd as Rose Miller
- Marthe Bernard as Tinny Doyle
- Mark O'Brien as Des Courtney
- Krystin Pellerin as Sergeant Leslie Bennett
- Sean Panting as Walter McLean
- Steve O'Connell as Sergeant Daniel Hood
- Michelle Nolden as Allison Jenkins
- Gordon Pinsent as Maurice Becker
- Alan Doyle as Wolf Redmond
- Mayko Nguyen as Dr. Annie Price
- Kate Trotter as Beth Miller
- Aiden Devine as Hal Gushue
- Colin Glazer as Jim Foley
- Ruby Joy as Chantel
- Philip Riccio as Billy Haynes
- Ken Delaney as Tommy Haynes
- Jake: It wasn't a stag, it was an engagement party.
Walter: Some strippers would have been nice, is all I'm saying.
Jake: For an engagement party?
Mal: (to Walter) You should have planned my stag!
Jake: Okay, for the last time, it wasn't a stag, it was an engagement party.
Rose: It was a lame stag. You should have had strippers.
- Leslie: Malachy, stay back, we're taking your son to the station.
Mal: On what charge?
Jake: Assault on an officer. (he head-butts Sgt. Hood)
- Rose: You know, I did it for your own good, Malachy. Now that she knows about you, she's going to think you're another mark.
Mal: So am I? A mark?
Rose: Well, if I was running a game, I'd shoot higher than you. (Mal gasps) Oh, yeah, there is one other thing: she might have, sort of, stolen my engagement ring. Welcome to my family.
- Wolf: The boys are calling you "One-Smack Doyle." It's better than "Dick-Smack Doyle," I suppose.
Jake: Well, that is true, thanks.
"Jailbreak" by AC/DC (1976).