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What They Said: Favorite Quotes from Leverage “The Lonely Hearts Job” “It has to be a real date and you — my friend — have to be very, very charming. I didn't pick the others — Hardison, Parker, Eliot — I picked you. [After Parker runs by and jumps over the side of the building]: Eliot: That's twenty pounds of crazy in a five-pound bag! [Hardison introducing the others to the central room of Leverage Consulting and Associates] . I dated a neurologist. General Chatting > Leverage: Parker and Hardison Are An Official Couple I also hope the relationship last, because TV tend to break up interracial couples.
Photo and video forensics programs, back doors into every electronic banking system in the world, running heuristic datacrawlers all over the news sites to find our clients. This is the short version? You know, I, I, I still think it would be easier for me to just hack the bill in a printer queue.
No, no computers, no. A bill is put into a wooden box on the Congressional floor called the Hub.
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A wooden-- Whoa, whoa, whoa. A wooden…a wooden box? Oh, we can put a man on the moon, but all our laws go into a wooden box. I gotta go back to the office, I just remembered something.
I just remembered gravity. And the squishiness of all my manly bits. When men are telling the truth, they're not looking me in the eye. A man only ever looks a woman in the eye when he's making the effort to lie to her. Well, you can't argue with that. My company's focused on meeting Senators, but, um, I'm thinking Congressmen. You know the great thing about Congressmen? In these uncertain times, buying a United States Congressman is one of the best investments a corporation can make.
I'm a professional criminal and I find that disturbing. You ID'd the weapon from the gunshot sound? It has a very distinctive sound. The way he used a knife? You ID'd a guy off his knife fighting style?
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It's a very distinctive style. What I did before, nobody got hurt. I never hurt anybody, either. I actually hurt people, so… Nate: Villains, con-men, wolves in sheep's clothing. Felt right at home. I'd never thought I'd say this ever, but that is just way too much money to steal. No, you're not going to steal it. You're the good guys now! You're gonna give it back. Laroque with the pallets of cash they recovered] Dr. The world doesn't work this way. So change the world. The Wedding Job [1.
See that crappy van? Did you say "plumber"? Aw, aw, that is so cute. It's like it's all over again. Hardison, how am I supposed to get out of the FBI offices with a box full of surveillance tapes, huh? It's a bit like an opera, isn't it? You mean 'cause I want to run away? There was this girl I grew up with. But anyway, she married somebody else, so What did you do? What did I do? I know that you're in charge of the bridesmaid dresses, but why are you wearing one? A bridesmaid dress is like an all-access pass at a wedding.
Plus, I kind of said something and the maid of honor cried, and Sophie said I should make it up to her. Looking much, much better in the same dress… Yeah, you let me know how that goes. You really think I look good? I've got bacon on. The butcher is here.
Does he have the baby lamb chops? No, the Butcher of Kiev. Think he'll recognize you? Yeah, I think he'd remember me.
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I'm sorry, you're…you're what? Sophie, Sophie, it's the Butcher of Kiev. Have you ever been to Kiev? The cake-maker of Kiev would whoop all our asses.
This is the Butcher. Did you just kill a guy with an appetizer? And now that he's known you, he could never go back. And Maria, you know when you look at Adam, yes, you know you, you've made him a better man and he's should probably just give up and agree with you. So, padre, a wedding's just a big con, huh?
I never said there was anything wrong with that. Did you clean out Moscone's accounts? I left him five dollars for socks. The Snow Job [1.
I was drunk a couple of hours ago. Now I'm just hung over. How about a little warning next time? How'd you even know I'd be there? We're going with a much bigger scam. One of the classics. It's like The "Cherry Pie", but with lifeguards. It's like mutual fund, but instead of stocks you invest in, in death.
Is it me or is he getting creepier? You know, you could get another chamber, then put a brain with a tumor in that one and send the signal to the monitor for this chamber. I dated a neurologist. You have a tell. I—I have a tell… Eliot: In Rock, Paper, Scissors… Eliot: Can we give [Parker] a fake tumor?
Oh, we could inject her brain with some contrast dye and have it pool into her cranial cavity, but there might be some side effects. Organ failure, death, death-like symptoms. I vote for plan B. Somebody find me a brain.
The Inside Job
Oh, yeah, he's definitely getting creepier. What business do you have here in Florida? I like the outlet malls. You're still a mess. You know, one of these days, they may not stick around and back you up.
Are you threatening to bail on me, Sophie? The Mile High Job [1. Everyone knows flight attendants are required to carry extra uniforms in case they get called to work unexpectedly.
Or if something happens to the one they're already wearing. How does everyone know that? Slept with a flight attendant. But let's face it, if this thing goes down in the water, more than likely, the impact will kill you. Please take a moment to locate the nearest emergency exits. The entirety of "The Stork Job" is packed with heartwarming moments, but the Parker and Hardison scene in which Parker defends her position to not rescue the Serbian orphans, and we see her actually cry, is an absolute classic.
You put these kids in the system and odds are they're gonna I like how you turned out. One of the better moments comes at the end of the episode after delivering a shipping pallet of cash to a strapped veterans hospital, as the main characters really solidify into a force for good, Nate: The world doesn't work this way!
So change the world. A quick one in "The Wedding Job": In "The Step Job", Hardison gets into a car and then Eliot almost immediately finds a bomb under the car, wired to a pressure sensitive trigger. To disarm it, Hardison needs to reboot the car's system at the same time Eliot yanks out some wires. Literally at the same time - if they happen more than a half-second apart the bomb goes off. The heartwarming part is that in a blink-and-you-miss-it frame, as he reaches for the wires Eliot's hands are shaking.
This is the guy who is so damned stoic that we never get direct evidence of him being afraid. Overlaps with Tear Jerkerbut at the end of the first season, when the team's forced to split up, and they all stop as they're walking away, because no matter what they say, they don't want to go. Don't forget, Eliot was the first one to stop.
When Maggie is rescued from Ukrainian jail in "The Zanzibar Marketplace", Parker makes Maggie a "first-time fugitive kit" complete with toothpaste, explosives, and a diamond file disguised as gum. Despite being obviously unnerved— mostly due to the Funny Moment of being warned not to mix up the toothpaste and explosives— Maggie takes the kit and thanks Parker because she understands this is Parker's way of showing affection.
It's a bit dark, but in "The Future Job" when Parker asks if they can kill Phony Psychic Dalton Rand - who has just used cold-reading techniques to reveal a painful secret from her past and caused her to run away crying - Eliot hesitantly notes that he could. Hardison himself says "He should be shot". In addition, the fact that the team took the time to explain to her exactly how the fake psychic managed to read her using visual aids and slow motion enhancement.
It wasn't about getting Parker's head together so they could get back on the con. It was about making her feel better. Even Sixth Ranger Tara helps. Nate's words to the team at the end of "The Maltese Falcon Job," after having traded his freedom for theirs: You have become my family, my only family. I won't forget that. Nate to Sterling and a bunch of FBI agents: Also, Parker and Hardison's "floaty dance" at the end of the same episode. In a flashback, Hardison missed his high school prom because he was paying for Nana's medical bills.
Well, hacking the national bank of Iceland to pay her bills. The client for the episode, Cyrus, mentions he can't even contact his family thanks to the mark. Once the gang's con is successful, we see Cyrus finally doing that. When Parker's trapped in a high-security building during "The Inside Job". Her happiness when Hardison tells her that the entire team is there, as well as how quickly everyone banded together to save her were so adorable. Finally, she has a chance to escape, but doesn't, because people might get hurt if she doesn't stop the villain she's uncovered.
Hardison breaking into a security system the Pentagon calls overkill with a laptop he found in the back of his van, because Parker needed him. Not to mention the reason why she's able to go back and defeat a security system that's already beaten her once. The Power of Friendship. Parker, last time you went to the vault- Parker: No, I couldn't, but I was alone then. I'm not alone now, OK? Hardison, just clear me a path to the vault, I know what I did wrong before, I can do it!
Parker and Archie's moment at the end. Hardison's violin solo in "The Scheherazade Job". Not just the music, but the fact that his teammates all stop in the middle of the job to listen. Parker even sheds a Single Tear. During "The Double Blind Job" as Parker is jealous of the client being close to Hardison, Sophie finally convinces her to confess her feelings.
So the thing is, I think I might be having feelings, like weird weird feelings for Well, they are right here when you want them. This is later repeated by Parker during "The Big Bang Job" with her stating that she was in the mood for pretzels.
Parker bonding with Josie, the teenaged girl who's involved with the car-theft ring, in "The Boost Job. While this nearly blows the entire con and puts the entire team in danger, Sophie points out afterwards that Parker was trying to do the right thing - which means that she's thinking about what the right thing is, and that's huge for Parker.
Eliot finally relaxing and returning Corey's impromptu man-hug at the end of "The Underground Job. That'll give us enough time to find the bomb Hardison: Meanwhile, I'll be here. As far away as possible. My dude, go with God. What are you doing, man? The little girl in "The King George Job". Eliot giving her a high five, Sophie worrying that her thieving may have hurt an innocent like her, Nate telling Sophie repeatedly, sometimes at random intervals that she never hurt anyone.
The little boy in "The Ho Ho Ho Job" asking Eliot, who's dressed up as Santa but with his customary gruffness, if he's mean or if he's nice. Eliot passes him the present he'd asked "Santa" for - mentioned as being this Christmas's hot item - then puts a finger to his lips, indicating that he is nice, but he doesn't want anyone to know.
The "family gift exchange" at the end. It would have been incredibly cheesy if the gifts hadn't been so thoughtful and grown-up. And stolen, don't forget stolen. That was heartwarming and a little Fridge Brilliance as well. They are all so rich from previous and current exploits that they can buy anything they want, and they spend plenty of time stealing money from evil marks who do just that but to acquire the perfect gift is a true test of worth to a group of thieves.
Parker spends most of the episode wanting nothing more than to help Santa. As well as this, at the end of the episode, telling the police to "wait for the kids to leave, we don't want ruin Christmas" before arresting the "fake" Santas.
It shows how far she has come since the beginning episodes that she wants the children to be happy on Christmas Eve, especially considering her own childhood. Eliot finally calls Hardison his friend after giving Chaos a Death Glare.
Hardison is pissed that Eliot put him in danger, but Nate is pissed that Eliot didn't say this earlier, and starts to chew him out for it. We've been chasing Moreau for six months, and you didn't tell us? Because I was trying- Nate: Maybe take my shot before- Nate: Because you're protecting him? Last time I checked, that's my job. Sophie does a lot of work to help Vittori prepare to be the next president and is genuinely proud to see him so confident.
Fairly understated, but this exchange: I have the media, I have the guns, I-I have the government. You know what I have? I have a year-old genius with a smartphone and a problem with authority. You really never stood a chance. When figuring a way out, Parker is very insistent on taking the body with them, to Tear Jerker levels. This is what we're supposed to do! We're supposed to get him back to his wife!
Nate would do it, Sophie would do it, Hardison would do it I want to do the right thing! Related, Eliot's reassuring of the obviously upset Parker is equal parts tearjerking and heartwarming, especially since Eliot himself is clearly feeling down about being forced to leave the body behind. His last words to his wife are incredibly sweet, made all the better when Eliot tells Parker, "You did it. You brought him back to her. Parker's handholding cuteness and Sheriff!
Nate's dedication to the right thing and also his warbride Sophie, who else? It isn't even a question. Also, Eliot bonding with the mark's daughter throughout the episode, demonstrating his particular brand of gruff affection while teaching her how to win at the carnival games. When she's kidnapped he initially tries to keep her calm by telling her it's a security drill, but she sees through it and promises not to cry if he tells her the truth.
All right, this is not a drill. These guys are very bad guys, the guys that took you, okay? But I'm coming for you, me, and I'm gonna find you, and I'm gonna bring you home. Now, you tell me, does that sound like the truth? Earlier in the episode while the con was still going on, Parker switches out the mark's glasses with ones that Hardison modified with a webcam. When the mark first puts them on, Hardison has a clear view of Parker and you can almost see the hearts forming in his eyes.
They don't care about the con anymore. The phone call from Parker to Hardison, the hug the he and Eliot have It's a small moment, but as time starts to run out, Parker calls Hardison "Alec" while begging him not to leave her. Because he's her friend, and she needs him.
Jim Frakkin' Sterling of all people gets one in "The Queen's Gambit Job" when he reunites with his daughter, explaining that he knew Nate could pull off the job he asked of him, even though that job was a secondary objective to distract from the real goal of re-obtaining his daughter.