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Nate puts everything on the line for himself and his team when he takes on a case that is connected to his son's death.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Leverage from 373 votes.
The Leverage team must recruit old friends and rivals in order to take down Latimer and a foe from their past.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Leverage from 308 votes.
Nate tries to piece together his team after coming out of hiding. However, the high stakes involved in his latest con could spell disaster for him and his friends.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Leverage from 328 votes.
The LEVERAGE crew aims their sights on a charming funeral director who embezzles money from her grieving mourners, then discovers she is also selling the identities of the recently deceased to a deadly Mexican drug cartel.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Leverage from 294 votes.
When homeless veterans in the Boston area begin disappearing, the team must go back to college and infiltrate the world of Skull & Bones secret societies
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Leverage from 291 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Leverage from 332 votes.
Surrounded by FBI, the team decides to hide in plain sight, while continuing to take down the corrupt mayor and his gunrunning partner. Little do they suspect that Nate has a different endgame in mind for them all.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Leverage from 284 votes.
When the LEVERAGE team goes up against a conman from a long lineage of greats, they must pull off the biggest con of their careers.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Leverage from 283 votes.
The team takes over a mall on Christmas Eve and uncovers a scheme perpetrated by an old nemesis; Eliot goes undercover as Santa Claus; Parker and Hardison are Santa's helpers.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Leverage from 275 votes.
The team puts together a plan to steal Nate's former boss's prized Michelangelo Maquette and sell it back to him.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Leverage from 336 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Leverage from 330 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Leverage from 357 votes.
After following Moreau to San Lorenzo, the team discovers that he is chief advisor to the current President.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Leverage from 285 votes.
The team discover that viewpoints differ, when they compare notes and find out that five years ago, each of them tried to steal the same rare artifact.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Leverage from 289 votes.
On the trail of a lost Van Gogh, the team learns the painting was the center of a World War II love story between a black soldier and the white heiress he was forced to leave behind.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Leverage from 279 votes.
While at jury duty, Parker learns someone is trying to sway the trial's verdict.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Leverage from 352 votes.
Sophie and Nate find themselves taken hostage during a bank robbery. They soon learn they are trapped inside with their latest target: a corrupt judge.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Leverage from 420 votes.
Nate Ford, a once-loyal corporate employee has recovered millions of dollars in stolen goods for his employer. But when that employer denied his son’s insurance claims and allowed the boy to die, he realized he could no longer work for such an entity. Out of work and descending into alcoholism, Ford is hired by an aeronautics executive to recover airplane designs the executive claims were stolen by a rival company. Helping him are four highly skilled team members: Parker, an expert thief; Alex Hardison, a specialist in Internet and computer fraud; Eliot Spencer, a high-octane “retrieval specialist” who can take out a gang of henchmen without breaking a sweat; and Sophie Devereaux, a grifter who could win awards for her acting skills during difficult scams. At first the newly formed team is hesitant to trust each other after so many years working alone but being double-crossed changes the dynamic, ultimately forcing them to unite.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Leverage from 599 votes.
When Parker is trapped in an unknown location while working a theft for her mentor, the LEVERAGE team must race the clock to find her and free her.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Leverage from 316 votes.
While searching for a philanthropist’s missing wife, the team comes up against a grifter ring running a web of sophisticated “Sweetheart Scams”. Now, Nate must learn how to steal hearts… or risk losing Sophie’s for good.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Leverage from 285 votes.
Last updated: mar 03, 2021
Another show where the "main" character (Nate) is my least favourite. I love this. If you enjoy movies like the Italian Job and Oceans 11, this show is for you. Clever, funny and highly entertaining - not to mention that it has a bunch of the funniest, most lovable characters, ever.
Honestly, I only stuck with this show because of the characters. They are all super likable, and their interactions are very entertaining. The plots are sometimes implausible, but still enjoyable to watch if you don't think too much into it. The filmography is good too.
Gonna miss it :(
Luv parker, she is so funny.
There is going to be a season 6!!!
If only there were a way to keep watching this! Netflix and Hulu have both dropped it.
Well, since I didn't rate anywhere near enough episodes of this show to do a proper average, I'll gut-feeling it. _Leverage_, I award you a solid 9/10 rating. It's not for the writing. There's lots of corn and cheese, and plenty of plot holes big enough to fly the Spruce Goose through, but the characters are so, so worth it. No member of the core cast is annoying—already a feat, compared to many long-running ensemble-cast shows. Every single one of the five makes you appreciate their presence. Even when they're pulling off the most bullshit heists, the interpersonal relationships hold the script together and deflect the viewer's attention from whatever plot armor the writers used. If anything, the one wish I have is that we'd gotten to know Eliot better. Well, and that he hadn't [spoiler]wound up the odd one out, relationship-wise, since four of the five were paired up by the finale (Parker and Hardison are so adorable)[/spoiler]. Nate's backstory plays a pretty big role in the big-picture arc of the show, and we find out plenty about almost everyone over the five seasons. But I'm left with the feeling that Eliot kind of got the short straw, somehow.
Completed all seasons and wish there were more! Seriously a fun to watch show which is funny and made me glued all over! Hope more shows like this were made!
wtf, car sending an sos message via mobilephone bluetooth.. ok..
Strong first season. Got irrational after that, though.
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