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Eliot Spencer (Character)
from "Leverage" (2008)

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Leverage: Season 5: Episode 15 -- When Nate takes a case linked to his son's death, he leads the team into their riskiest - and deadliest - con yet. By the time it's over, the Leverage team will never be the same again.

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There seems to be little Eliot can't do when it comes to bringing down the bad guys... See more »
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Young Eliot

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  1. "Leverage"
        - The Long Good-bye Job (2012) TV episode, Played by Christian Kane
        - The Toy Job (2012) TV episode, Played by Christian Kane
        - The Corkscrew Job (2012) TV episode, Played by Christian Kane
        - The White Rabbit Job (2012) TV episode, Played by Christian Kane
        - The Low Low Price Job (2012) TV episode, Played by Christian Kane
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From "Leverage: The Tap-Out Job (#2.2)" (2009)
Eliot Spencer: [on the mat getting pummeled]
Sophie Devereaux: You drugged him, didn't you?
Jed Rucker: What makes you think I would trust a bunch of lying grifters to keep their word?
Sophie Devereaux: Get the doctor, Parker. Now!
Jed Rucker: No need, it will be over in a couple of minutes.
Sophie Devereaux: Oh my, you don't get it do you. Eliot's not like other fighters. He doesn't play games. He fights to survive, that's his training. It takes all his control *not* to kill somebody. You've just made him more dangerous. You've take the safety off the gun!
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