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The First David Job 

The team goes after the CEO of Nate's former insurance company, responsible for denying his late son's medical care, but the situation causes conflict among the crew.

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Jim Sterling (as Mark A. Sheppard)
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Maggie Collins
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Sterling's Henchman
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Mr. Quinn
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Ian Blackpoole
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The team hopes to solve rehab-unwilling Nate's drinking problem by eliminating the root cause. So they want to go after Ian Blackpoole, CEO of the insurance company which denied Nate's son vital medical help. Blackpoole is a leading Renaissance art collector, so the scam is to sell to him a fake of one of the two models Michelangelo made for his David and have Ian 'exposed' as a fraud. Things get complicated first when Nate's ex-wife, a real art expert, volunteers to authenticate the fake. Worse follows when Nate's Nemesis Jim Sterling takes several team members hostage by surprise. Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

When Sophie shows Nate the storage unit containing all of the items she's stolen, the chalice she picks up is the prop used as the Judas Chalice in The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice (2008), which was also produced by Dean Devlin. See more »

Goofs

When Sterling and his underlings are communicating via the Leverage team's ear pieces they are holding them out like walkie-talkies. As stated in the pilot episode, Hardison's tech uses bone conduction; the ear pieces do not have speakers so they would have no way of hearing what was being said. See more »

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Parker: You want me to break into a secure storage facility with whatever I can scrounge up at the buffet table?
Nathan Ford: Pretty much. Yup.
Parker: Cool.
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