List of Leverage episodes

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This is a list of episodes for Leverage, a U.S. television drama series, which ran on TNT from December 7, 2008 to December 25, 2012.[1] The series is produced by director/executive producer Dean Devlin's production company Electric Television. Leverage follows a five-person team made up of Alec Hardison, Eliot Spencer, Sophie Devereaux, Parker, and former insurance investigator Nate Ford, who use their skills to right corporate and governmental injustices inflicted on common citizens.

Leverage was canceled on December 21, 2012 amid falling ratings. The final episode, which was produced as a possible series finale, aired December 25, 2012.

A total of 77 episodes of Leverage were broadcast over five seasons.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 13 December 7, 2008 (2008-12-07) February 24, 2009 (2009-02-24) June 14, 2009 (2009-06-14)[2] September 6, 2010 (2010-09-06) August 10, 2009 (2009-08-10)[3]
2 15 July 15, 2009 (2009-07-15) February 17, 2010 (2010-02-17) May 25, 2010 (2010-05-25)[4] January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31) March 7, 2011 (2011-03-07)[5]
3 16 June 20, 2010 (2010-06-20) December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19) June 7, 2011 (2011-06-07)[6] May 28, 2012 (2012-05-28)[7] December 9, 2011 (2011-12-09)[8]
4 18 June 26, 2011 (2011-06-26) January 15, 2012 (2012-01-15) July 17, 2012 (2012-07-17)[9] November 11, 2013 (2013-11-11)[10] June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18)
5 15 July 15, 2012 (2012-07-15) December 25, 2012 (2012-12-25) September 17, 2013[11] April 14, 2014[12] March 26, 2013[13]

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (2008–2009)[edit]

Series
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Season
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1 1 "The Nigerian Job"[Note 1] Dean Devlin John Rogers & Chris Downey December 7, 2008 (2008-12-07) 4.99[14]
Approached by Victor Dubenich, former insurance investigator Nathan Ford is recruited to watch over a team of thieves as they steal Dubenich's research back from the company that took it, in the process slamming the insurance company that let Ford's son die. However, all is not as it seems and the team is betrayed. In response, they go for revenge—and a substantial payback. 
2 2 "The Homecoming Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers December 9, 2008 (2008-12-09) 3.11[15]
Under the name "Leverage Consulting & Associates," the team reunites for "one more job" in order to get justice for wounded veteran Cpl. Perry, shot by a government contractor in Iraq. The game changes, however, when the team realizes that Perry wasn't shot by accident, but to keep him from talking about something. 
3 3 "The Two-Horse Job" Craig R. Baxley Melissa Glenn & Jessica Rieder December 16, 2008 (2008-12-16) 2.98[16]
A high-rolling Wall Street broker burns down his own stable to kill off his underperforming racehorses. The Leverage team goes to Kentucky to help the heartbroken horse trainer who has lost everything. Their scheme almost gets derailed by the appearance of Jim Sterling, Nate's former co-worker and long-time nemesis, who attempts to ruin the entire plan. 
4 4 "The Miracle Job" Arvin Brown Christine Boylan December 23, 2008 (2008-12-23) 2.66[citation needed]
A Catholic priest who is an old friend of Nate's is attacked before he can lobby the city of Los Angeles to save his church. The Leverage team stages a miracle to help, but attracts too much attention to their mission. 
5 5 "The Bank Shot Job" Dean Devlin Amy Berg December 30, 2008 (2008-12-30) 3.77[17]
Sophie and Nate are taken hostage after being caught in the middle of a bank robbery, along with the Leverage team's latest target: a corrupt county court judge. Parker, Hardison and Eliot race to save them. 
6 6 "The Stork Job" Marc Roskin Albert Kim January 6, 2009 (2009-01-06) 2.85[18]
The Leverage team goes after a Serbian adoption agency that's scamming money from desperate American couples looking to adopt needy war orphans. The job hits close to home for Parker, who also was an orphan, and Hardison, a former foster child. 
7 7 "The Wedding Job" Jonathan Frakes Chris Downey January 13, 2009 (2009-01-13) 2.66[19]
To retrieve the money promised to the family of an innocent man who took the fall for a Mafia boss, the Leverage team poses as wedding planners for the don's only daughter on her big day. Eliot, playing the chef, has a run-in with an old enemy: The Butcher of Kiev. 
8 8 "The Mile High Job" Rob Minkoff Amy Berg January 20, 2009 (2009-01-20) 2.83[20]
A couple comes to Leverage headquarters and tells the team about their daughter who was killed by a company's toxic fertilizer. When the team (minus Hardison) boards a plane to recover the "assets" which could prove that the company was culpable for the girl's death, they discover that the "assets" are company employees, and the plane has been sabotaged. It's up to Hardison to save the day. 
9 9 "The Snow Job" Tony Bill Albert Kim January 27, 2009 (2009-01-27) 2.81[21]
Nate has an emotional connection to the case of a National Guardsman whose home was foreclosed by a crooked contractor. He jeopardizes the team by hitting the bottle again, then jeopardizes the job by deciding to go for a bigger scam with an even bigger payout. 
10 10 "The 12-Step Job" Rod Hardy Amy Berg & Chris Downey February 3, 2009 (2009-02-03) 2.79[22]
The team goes after an unscrupulous financial director who stole from charity. After forcing him into rehab for his many addictions, the mission changes when Nate learns their mark is in fact robbing the rich (and criminal) and giving to the poor. 
11 11 "The Juror #6 Job" Jonathan Frakes Rebecca Kirsch February 10, 2009 (2009-02-10) 3.21[23]
One of Parker's aliases gets called in for jury duty, and Nate forces her to go in order to learn to work better with others. While there Parker finds that various people involved in the case are being paid off, including the plaintiff's lawyer. The team then sets out to "steal" the verdict. 
12 12 "The First David Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers February 17, 2009 (2009-02-17) 2.91[24]
The team decides to target Ian Blackpoole, the CEO of the insurance company that let Nate's son die, by stealing and then selling him his own maquette of Michelangelo's David. However, complications arise when Nate's ex-wife shows up and even more so when Sterling returns. 
13 13 "The Second David Job" Dean Devlin Chris Downey & John Rogers February 24, 2009 (2009-02-24) 3.32[25]
To take down his former boss Ian Blackpoole, Nate must get his fractured team to work together again. However, with Blackpoole and Sterling knowing their faces, the team is going to need someone on the inside: Nate's ex-wife Maggie. 
  1. ^ This episode was initially broadcast as a 55 minute commercial-free presentation. Subsequent broadcasts were shown with commercials.

Season 2 (2009–2010)[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
14 1 "The Beantown Bailout Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers July 15, 2009 (2009-07-15) 3.89[26]
Six months after exacting revenge on his former company, a newly sober Nate's attempt to resume a normal life is derailed when he helps a car crash victim who was about to expose a major bank fraud. The team have returned to their old ways, but aren't anywhere near as satisfied as they were before, and they reunite to take down the banker and the Irish mob. 
15 2 "The Tap-Out Job" Marc Roskin Albert Kim July 22, 2009 (2009-07-22) 3.05[citation needed]
The Leverage team travels to Nebraska to scam a crooked mixed martial arts promoter into signing away his money and his fight league. But when their mark gets wise, Eliot has to step into the ring. 
16 3 "The Order 23 Job" Rod Hardy Chris Downey July 29, 2009 (2009-07-29) 3.68[27]
To get a convicted felon to reveal the location of his stolen money, the Leverage team steals the hospital he's confined to and stages a disease outbreak. Meanwhile, Eliot gets distracted when posing as a guard, he sees a young boy being treated and comes to suspect that the boy's father is responsible for the mysterious injuries which means that the youngster is being abused. 
17 4 "The Fairy Godparents Job" Jonathan Frakes Amy Berg August 5, 2009 (2009-08-05) 3.69[28]
The team attempts to rip off an unscrupulous investment banker by stealing his lovable loser stepson's school, and Sophie & Eliot pose as the boy's "fairy godparents"; Parker and Hardison run into two old FBI friends in the process. 
18 5 "The Three Days of the Hunter Job" Marc Roskin Melissa Glenn & Jessica Rieder August 12, 2009 (2009-08-12) 3.16[29]
Sophie and Nate switch places as the team cons a tabloid newscaster with a fake story about a government cover-up, but when their target starts believing the story, major problems arise. 
19 6 "The Top Hat Job" Peter O'Fallon M. Scott Veach & Christine Boylan August 19, 2009 (2009-08-19) 3.43[30]
The team infiltrates a company selling tainted food by posing as magicians. 
20 7 "The Two Live Crew Job" Dean Devlin Amy Berg & John Rogers August 26, 2009 (2009-08-26) 3.73[31]
It's thief vs. thief as the Leverage team goes up against another crew—run by an old "friend" of Sophie's—to retrieve a stolen painting. Sophie's continuing identity crisis leads her to make a big decision. 
21 8 "The Ice Man Job" Jeremiah Chechik Christine Boylan September 2, 2009 (2009-09-02) 3.58[32]
Hardison goes undercover as the team—minus Sophie (sort of)—takes on a diamond merchant. 
22 9 "The Lost Heir Job" Peter Winther Chris Downey September 9, 2009 (2009-09-09) 3.37[33]
The Leverage team targets a shady lawyer looking to usurp his dying client's estate. In an attempt to retrieve the money from the estate which was promised to a charity, Parker plays the client's long-lost daughter and claims to be his heir. With Sophie still in London, the team works with an uptight lawyer as a chaperone, but they soon find out that there's more to her than meets the eye. 
23 10 "The Runway Job" Mark Roskin Albert Kim January 13, 2010 (2010-01-13) 3.69[34]
The team enters the fashion industry to con a sweatshop owning couple while they cope with their newest member. Things get very complicated when they learn that their marks are in bed with the Triads
24 11 "The Bottle Job" Jonathan Frakes Christine Boylan January 20, 2010 (2010-01-20) 3.00[35]
When a loan shark tries to take over McRory's Pub, the Leverage team resorts to the classic "wire" con, with a little over an hour to pull it off. However, Nate is put on the spot to confront his problem with the bottle. 
25 12 "The Zanzibar Marketplace Job" Jeremiah Chechik Melissa Glenn & Jessica Rieder January 27, 2010 (2010-01-27) 3.02[36]
Nate's ex-wife Maggie is framed for a jewel theft in Kiev, and the team must work with an old adversary to save her. 
26 13 "The Future Job" Mark Roskin Amy Berg & Chris Downey February 3, 2010 (2010-02-03) 2.91[37]
The team goes after a ruthless grifter posing as a psychic, but come across a problem when an ex-con kidnaps him to divine the location of some stolen goods. 
27 14 "The Three Strikes Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers February 10, 2010 (2010-02-10) 2.8[38]
Lt. Patrick Bonanno of the Massachusetts State Police is shot while trying to take down a corrupt mayor, and the team steps in to finish what he started. But when their mark's true motives are revealed, finishing the con gets just a little harder. 
28 15 "The Maltese Falcon Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers February 17, 2010 (2010-02-17) 2.8[39]
With Sterling, the FBI, and anyone else carrying a badge in pursuit, the Leverage team hides in plain sight to complete a daring con of the mayor and his gunrunning partner. 

Season 3 (2010)[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
29 1 "The Jailhouse Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers June 20, 2010 (2010-06-20) 3.11[40]
While Nate is in a supermax prison, he must work with the team to escape in order to unmask the prison's corrupt warden and to save an inmate. Working behind the scenes is a mysterious Italian woman who blackmails the crew into taking down Damien Moreau, a rich, powerful and untouchable crime lord. If the team does not take out Moreau in six months, Nate will be imprisoned in Italy, and the team will be killed. 
30 2 "The Reunion Job" Jonathan Frakes Michael Colton & John Aboud June 20, 2010 (2010-06-20) 2.95[40]
The team goes undercover during a high school reunion they hijacked to get a critical password from a powerful software executive named Larry Duberman. 
31 3 "The Inside Job" John Rogers Geoffrey Thorne June 27, 2010 (2010-06-27) 3.45[41]
While working a theft on behalf of her father figure and mentor Archie Leach, Parker becomes trapped somewhere in a forty-story building with a state-of-the-art security system, and the team must scam their way in to save her. 
32 4 "The Scheherazade Job" Peter Winther Chris Downey June 27, 2010 (2010-06-27) 3.24[41]
Hardison takes up the violin and joins the symphony as part of the team's plan to rob the vault of a corrupt African government official. He learns the hard way what it takes to be a leader after expressing his interest in running his own crew one day to Nate. 
33 5 "The Double-Blind Job" Marc Roskin Melissa Glenn & Jessica Rieder July 11, 2010 (2010-07-11) 2.89[42]
Running a double blind-like scam, the team enters the pharmaceutical business to take down a corrupt CEO and stop his plan to release a fatal prescription pain reliever. Meanwhile, Parker gets jealous when Hardison spends more time with the client and finds it hard to express how she feels for him. 
34 6 "The Studio Job" Jonathan Frakes M. Scott Veach July 18, 2010 (2010-07-18) 3.91[43]
To con a crooked record label executive, the Leverage crew infiltrates the country music industry—and inadvertently turns Eliot into a genuine star. 
35 7 "The Gone-Fishin' Job" John Harrison Rebecca Kirsch July 25, 2010 (2010-07-25) 3.91[44]
The team works to take down a con-man using his collection agency posing as the IRS to fund a private revolution. But when his militia takes Eliot and Hardison captive, without the others knowing about it, Sophie, Parker and Nate are left on their own to complete the con. 
36 8 "The Boost Job" Marc Roskin Albert Kim August 1, 2010 (2010-08-01) 3.49[45]
The team goes up against a used car salesman whose dealership is stocked with stolen vehicles from a local chop shop. 
37 9 "The Three-Card Monte Job" Dean Devlin Christine Boylan August 8, 2010 (2010-08-08) 3.21[46]
Nate leads the team into battle against his father, the great Jimmy Ford, who's running a scheme involving bank robberies and the Russian and Irish mobs. 
38 10 "The Underground Job" Marc Roskin Melissa Glenn & Jessica Rieder August 15, 2010 (2010-08-15) 3.12[47]
The team takes on a corrupt coal mine owner working with a dirty politician. 
39 11 "The Rashomon Job" Arvin Brown John Rogers August 22, 2010 (2010-08-22) 3.37[48]
While discussing the solo crimes they committed as independent thieves, the team members each reminisce about a particular night five years earlier, when it turns out they each unwittingly tried to steal the same artifact at the same time. 
40 12 "The King George Job" Millicent Shelton Christine Boylan August 29, 2010 (2010-08-29) 2.89[49]
The team heads to London after they discover that an antiquities trafficker who works for Damien Moreau is using refugee children to smuggle artifacts; Sophie confronts the consequences of her past. 
41 13 "The Morning After Job" Jonathan Frakes Chris Downey September 5, 2010 (2010-09-05) 3.74[50]
Leverage must get a former star hockey player turned crooked investor to give up his knowledge of Damien Moreau's financial dealings before he fulfills an immunity agreement by testifying before a grand jury the next day. 
42 14 "The Ho Ho Ho Job" Marc Roskin Michael Colton & John Aboud December 12, 2010 (2010-12-12) 2.10[51]
The team is hired by a former mall Santa to investigate the mall's owner. In the process, they discover that he is working with an old adversary to rob the Federal Depository. 
43 15 "The Big Bang Job" Marc Roskin Chris Downey & Geoffrey Thorne December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19) 4.00[52]
When The Italian tells the team that Damien Moreau is on his way to Washington, they must form a plan to prevent Moreau from selling a bomb at an auction, only for the plan to hit a snag when Eliot reveals to the team that he once worked for Moreau. 
44 16 "The San Lorenzo Job" Marc Roskin John Rogers & M. Scott Veach December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19) 4.20[52]
After Moreau escapes to San Lorenzo, the Leverage team follows him and must pose as election consultants for an honest and hard working politician in order to overthrow the current president of the country, who bought the presidency with the help of Moreau, triggering a final showdown between Moreau and the team as Nate vows to make sure that Moreau is taken down once and for all. 

Season 4 (2011–2012)[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
45 1 "The Long Way Down Job" Dean Devlin Joe Hortua & John Rogers June 26, 2011 (2011-06-26) 3.42[53]
The fate of a missing climber on an Alaskan mountain is the key to taking down a corrupt financier. When the team returns to Boston, they make a shocking discovery: their office is bugged, and someone is watching them. 
46 2 "The 10 Li'l Grifters Job" Arvin Brown Geoffrey Thorne July 3, 2011 (2011-07-03) 2.46[54]
A mark is killed during a masquerade ball in an isolated mansion, which leads to Nate becoming the prime suspect in a classic whodunit mystery.
Note: Timothy Hutton (Nate) is dressed as Ellery Queen in honor of his father, Jim Hutton, who starred in the series of the same name
47 3 "The 15 Minutes Job" Marc Roskin Josh Schaer July 10, 2011 (2011-07-10) 3.24[55]
Nate plans to turn a shadowy political consultant into a celebrity—but can Nate himself resist the lure of the limelight? 
48 4 "The Van Gogh Job" John Rogers Chris Downey July 17, 2011 (2011-07-17) 4.06[56]
The team pursues a lost Van Gogh masterpiece, and reenacts a star-crossed love affair between the only two people who know its whereabouts. 
49 5 "The Hot Potato Job" John Harrison Jenn Kao July 24, 2011 (2011-07-24) 3.25[57]
Sophie leads a quickly improvised con to retrieve a stolen genetically engineered potato from a highly secure agribusiness headquarters. 
50 6 "The Carnival Job" Frank Oz M. Scott Veach & Paul Guyot July 31, 2011 (2011-07-31) 3.38[58]
The team attempts to steal a revolutionary new computer chip from a family household, but in the middle of their efforts, the child of the target's family is kidnapped during a chaotic carnival. Elliot must face an old adversary named Roper to get the child back. 
51 7 "The Grave Danger Job" John Harrison Rebecca Kirsch August 14, 2011 (2011-08-14) 3.36[59]
Leverage goes after a grifter who's posing as a funeral home director, embezzling money from her living clients and selling the identities of their dead loved ones to a drug cartel. As Parker's feelings for Hardison become clearer, things take a turn for the worst when the team learns that Hardison has been kidnapped and buried alive by the drug cartel who are using him as collateral, forcing the team into a race against time as they struggle to track his location and find him before he runs out of air while also finishing the original con of bringing down the grifter and her two sons. 
52 8 "The Boiler Room Job" Arvin Brown Paul Guyot August 14, 2011 (2011-08-14) 3.29[59]
The team targets a descendant of legendary con men who knows every scam in the book, and Nate decides that since they can't con him, they'll just rob him. Later, Nate learns who's been tracking them: Jack Latimer, a professional investor who's made millions off of companies who have had personnel or practices exposed by Leverage. 
53 9 "The Cross My Heart Job" P. J. Pesce Story by: Ben Fast & Scott Wolman
Teleplay by: Jeremy Bernstein
August 21, 2011 (2011-08-21) 3.03[60]
A terminally ill defense contractor steals a heart, which had been donated to an ailing 15-year-old. To prevent the heart from flying out, the team has to steal the Cincinnati airport in less than two hours without any equipment. 
54 10 "The Queen's Gambit Job" Jonathan Frakes M. Scott Veach & Rebecca Kirsch August 28, 2011 (2011-08-28) 3.22[61]
Sterling returns and convinces the Leverage team to steal a nuclear centrifuge calibration weight from a high-tech skyscraper in Dubai during an international chess tournament. 
55 11 "The Experimental Job" Marc Roskin M. Scott Veach November 27, 2011 (2011-11-27) 2.10[62]
The Leverage team goes back to college to investigate a program of sinister psychology research. Hardison poses as a cooler, collegiate version of himself, and Eliot goes undercover as a homeless veteran. 
56 12 "The Office Job" Jonathan Frakes Jeremy Bernstein & Josh Schaer December 4, 2011 (2011-12-04) 1.83[63]
A documentary film project about a small greeting-card company takes a strange turn when the Leverage team arrives, posing as efficiency experts. 
57 13 "The Girls' Night Out Job" Marc Roskin Chris Downey & Jenn Kao December 11, 2011 (2011-12-11) 1.83[64]
While the boys enjoy a poker night (or so they think), Parker, Sophie, and Tara investigate a mysterious handsome man who is using Parker's friend Peggy (from Season 1's "The Juror #6 Job") to get access to an embassy. 
58 14 "The Boys' Night Out Job" John Rogers John Rogers December 18, 2011 (2011-12-18) 2.11[65]
While the girls enjoy a night on the town (or so they think), Nate, Hardison, and Eliot must extricate their old acquaintance Hurley (from Season 1's "The 12-Step Job") from his involvement with rival drug gangs. 
59 15 "The Lonely Hearts Job" Jonathan Frakes Kerry Glover December 25, 2011 (2011-12-25) 1.99[66]
A charity auction in the Hamptons appears to be a front for a "black widow" con, and the team's investigation puts each member's romantic skills to the test. Meanwhile, Latimer and an unknown partner declare war on Leverage. 
60 16 "The Gold Job" Marc Roskin Joe Hortua January 1, 2012 (2012-01-01) 2.26[67]
Taking his first turn as leader of a con, Hardison constructs an elaborate plan to victimize a pair of corrupt gold dealers. 
61 17 "The Radio Job" Dean Devlin Chris Downey & Paul Guyot January 8, 2012 (2012-01-08) 2.32[68]
When Jimmy Ford breaks into a patent office on a job set up by Latimer, Nate goes after him followed by the team, and they are besieged by law enforcement. All seems well until the team finds Jimmy has escaped and gone to a trap for his money. Jimmy is killed by a bomb, and Nate is caught in the bomb while he runs to Jimmy. Nate learns Latimer's partner is Victor Dubenich, seeking revenge for his incarceration. 
62 18 "The Last Dam Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers January 15, 2012 (2012-01-15) 2.55[69]
In the wake of Jimmy Ford's death, the Leverage team must recruit allies for a final confrontation with Latimer and Dubenich. But Nate's own plans for the latter may have far-reaching and fatal consequences for both of them. 

Season 5 (2012)[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
63 1 "The (Very) Big Bird Job" John Rogers John Rogers July 15, 2012 (2012-07-15) 3.39[70]
The team must exploit a corrupt airline executive's obsession with Howard Hughes and his Spruce Goose, which is now on exhibit in a museum in their new home of Portland. 
64 2 "The Blue Line Job" Marc Roskin M. Scott Veach & Paul Guyot July 22, 2012 (2012-07-22) 2.63[71]
The "enforcer" of a minor league hockey team may die if he brawls again, so the Leverage crew must steal his team from its unscrupulous owner. 
65 3 "The First Contact Job" Jonathan Frakes Aaron Denius Garcia August 5, 2012 (2012-08-05) 2.61[72]
An entrepreneur, who has made his fortune by stealing his subordinates' ideas, must be convinced by the team that he has made contact with aliens. 
66 4 "The French Connection Job" Tawnia McKiernan Paul Guyot August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) 2.32[73]
The team infiltrate a cooking school run by an old friend of Eliot's and whose owner is involved in smuggling truffles; Parker looks for passion in the arts. 
67 5 "The Gimme a K Street Job" Jonathan Frakes Jeremy Bernstein August 19, 2012 (2012-08-19) 2.39[74]
When a cheerleader is injured through corporate negligence, Parker takes over the role of the cheerleading squad's disgraced coach while the other members of the Leverage team attempt to get safety legislation passed in Congress. 
68 6 "The D.B. Cooper Job" Marc Roskin Chris Downey August 26, 2012 (2012-08-26) 2.62[75]
Agent McSweeten, who still thinks that Parker and Hardison are undercover FBI, asks the team to look into the case that obsesses his dying father: the 1971 plane hijacking by D. B. Cooper
69 7 "The Real Fake Car Job" John Harrison Josh Schaer September 2, 2012 (2012-09-02) 2.35[76]
The team plans to get their client's money back by selling their mark the vintage car of his dreams. But because the mark also plans to testify against the Mob, he's been placed in Witness Protection/Relocation and is being closely guarded by a U.S. Marshal. 
70 8 "The Broken Wing Job" John Harrison M. Scott Veach & Rebecca Kirsch September 9, 2012 (2012-09-09) 2.19[77]
While nursing an injury, Parker comes across the planning of a crime and must recruit a reluctant waitress (Aarti Mann) to aid her in figuring out the plot. Meanwhile the rest of the team is in Japan on another job. 
71 9 "The Rundown Job" Dean Devlin Chris Downey & Josh Schaer September 16, 2012 (2012-09-16) 2.63[78]
After finishing a job in Washington with Parker and Hardison, Eliot gets a call from an old employer that leads him to deduce that a terror attack is imminent. Only the three of them, with the help of an old Army colleague of Eliot's, can stop it. 
72 10 "The Frame Up Job" Marc Roskin Geoffrey Thorne & Jeremy Bernstein September 16, 2012 (2012-09-16) 2.45[78]
With the other three team members still in Washington, Sophie sneaks off (soon followed by Nate) to the mansion of a recently deceased art collector, where a mysterious painting by a modern master will be publicly shown for the first time. When the painting turns up missing, Sophie and Nate must help Sterling solve a classic mystery to stop him from pinning the crime on them. 
73 11 "The Low Low Price Job" Tawnia McKiernan Rebecca Kirsch November 27, 2012 (2012-11-27) 1.91[79]
Eliot takes a personal interest in the threat posed to a small town by a new mega-store. The crew tries a variety of approaches to foil the plans of an ambitious corporate representative and keep the store from opening. 
74 12 "The White Rabbit Job" PJ Pesce Geoffrey Thorne December 4, 2012 (2012-12-04) 2.42[80]
A young industrialist seems bent on destroying the company his grandfather built, and the town it supports. To find out why, the team attempts the rarely-if-ever achieved "White Rabbit" con, which puts the mark through a series of simulated dreams. 
75 13 "The Corkscrew Job" Marc Roskin Jenn Kao December 11, 2012 (2012-12-11) 2.04[81]
To investigate a suspicious death at a winery, the team tries to get at the new owner through his wine collection. 
76 14 "The Toy Job" Jonathan Frakes Joe Hortua December 18, 2012 (2012-12-18) 2.23[82]
To prevent a CEO from placing an unsafe toy on the market, the team creates a craze for a competing toy. 
77 15 "The Long Goodbye Job" Dean Devlin John Rogers & Chris Downey December 25, 2012 (2012-12-25) 3.04[83]
The team embarks on their riskiest con yet when Nate takes a case linked to his son's death. Ellen Casey (Catherine Dent) questions Nate as he retells the job that supposedly got his entire team killed. The job was to steal "the Black Book," a record of all illegal transactions made by bankers and wealthy people that led to the financial crisis of 2007–2008. However, it is revealed that the job was successful, the team is very much alive and Sterling (Mark Sheppard), who had been assigned to look into the break-in, allows Nate to walk away from possible imprisonment. Nate retires to marry Sophie and the team plans to start "Leverage International" with their newly-obtained information. The series ends with a scene reminiscent to the closing scene of the pilot, with the team (now consisting of only Parker, Eliot, and Hardison) taking on a new case, but with Parker in place of Nate. 

References[edit]

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