As the counterpoint to the first half of this week’s two hour summer  finale, " The Frame-Up Job " featured only Sophie and Nate – and the return of Jim Sterling, everyone’s favorite Interpol agent.
I’m curious, does anyone know wh more
While I missed Sophie and Nate a little, it was incredible to see Eliot, Hardison, and Parker stepping up and doing what they do best to save lives. Watching all three use the full extent of their talent made " The Rundown Job " my favorite epis more
I liked this episode of Leverage a lot, but I have to say, do not show Eliot about to have a sword fight if you do not intend to show the sword fight! That's just mean!
"The Broken Wing Job" was all about Parker. Nate, Sophie, Eliot, and Hardison we more
Allow me to start with a quick nod to Chandel for filling in for me last week while I was in Seattle for the Penny Arcade Expo.  Thank you Chandel, you rock!
This week is already one of my favorite episodes. We haven’t gotten very many Parker cent more
There are two types of Leverage episodes: The ones with super high stakes (and that generally involve Eliot hitting a bunch of people) and the fun, silly ones (where Eliot just looks like he wants to hit a bunch of people). Sunday night's episode was neit more
The Leverage team is not accustomed to missing its mark, but the show itself is another story - this week in particular.
" The Real Fake Car Job " felt more like an attempt at an episode as opposed to the real thing. Hardison was right: there wer more
This week, Leverage played with a little trick they've done before—the majority of the episode was a flashback to another decade that didn't include any of the main characters. Before we talk about this episode, I want to briefly hit upon the show's last more
Some of my favorite Leverage episodes are the flashbacks where the team portray the people in the story we watch. For example, there was the The Rashomon Job where we got to see the same event from each of the team’s point of view, and last season’s The V more