Leverage: Season 1, Episode 10

The 12-Step Job (3 Feb. 2009)

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When the team cons an addicted embezzler into entering rehab, Nate confronts some of his own issues regarding alcoholism.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nathan Ford / Tom
Sophie Devereaux / Dr. Tanner
Dr. Frank
Jim Sterling (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Denice Sealy ...
Michelle Colby
John Kerry ...
Jin Kwon


The team grudgingly accepts that Nate, who seems to be struggling with alcohol abuse, accepted the case of a charity whose treasurer, investment professional Jack Hurley, apparently embezzled all the funds. It turns out he has gambling and other debts with violent gangs of various ethnic origin. After Hurley crushes his car while escaping drunk, Nate organizes for Jack, himself as roommate and Parker to be enrolled in an addictions rehab clinic, where Sophie is hired as their group therapist. Written by KGF Vissers

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Once again, the aliases used are references to Doctor Who (1963). Tom Baker, Nate's alias, was one of the actors to portray The Doctor. Rose, Parker's alias, was the name of one of The Doctor's companions. Similarly, in 108, "The Mile High Job", Nate also uses the alias Tom Baker, while the female uses the name of one of the companions (that time it was Sarah Jane). See more »


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