>How does he get out without breaking all the eggs?
Well, you can't.
In fact, there are actually three main ways:
First of all, you'll want an egg for each, but you can easily get more and more, depending on your eggs. The eggs you want are ones that can break if broken in the oven, and they have to be at least 8 inches across. If they're not, get the next closest size.
Second, you'll want to fill in your holes with foil and cover them with the same foil. This will give you a solid surface on which to drop an egg. And, when in doubt, cut the foil off and discard the egg.
Finally, you may just need a plate with a lid. Either on the back or a tray.
Then, after you've reached that point — egg-dropping level 5 — simply put the lid of the plate into your oven and let it bake. When you think it's ready, simply take the lid off your plate, remove the lid from your pan, and put the pan back