Leverage (2008–2012)
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The Studio Job 

When Eliot poses as a country music singer to help run a con against a corrupt recording studio executive, things get complicated when he becomes a bona fide star.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Sophie Devereaux
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Mitchell Kirkwood
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Bruce Blanchard ...
Thug / Mossberg
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JC
Tyler Hughs ...
Audio Engineer
Kelly Godell ...
Cute Hostess (Kelly)
Judd Eustice ...
PR Manager
Simon Pringle ...
Shane Gold
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Teenage Girl #1 (as Alison Small)
Beth Furumasu ...
Teenage Girl #2
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Storyline

One of Christian Kane's many talents is showcased when Eliot works a musical con. This is appropriate, since Eliot is the only one who gets why the songbird client, Kaye Lynn, dealt with the thuggish country music producer, Mitchell Kirkwood (Jon Schneider) at all. Parker is sporting more skirts for her casual wear; Sophie is the one with punk blue clip-on hair weave and Terminator glasses. As she goes rock and roll, Nate goes country. Eliot is a genuine hottie, Kenneth Crane (whether one likes lite country or not.) Hardison and Parker must grab the digital masters. Will Eliot follow a new star with Kaye Lynn, to be a part of the next Johnny and June? Written by LA-Lawyer

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18 July 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Mitchell Kirkwood ('John Schneider') is meeting with Sophie, his cell phone rings to the tune of "Dixie", - the same sound of the horn on the "General Lee"; the Dodge Charger in his hit TV show, "Dukes of Hazard". See more »

Goofs

If Hardison put the girl's master tape into the machine and it was still there when they left the studio, how was he playing "Kirkwood's" tapes in between? See more »

Quotes

Parker: I don't think I am being strange enough.
Nathan Ford: I doubt that.
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References Coupling (2000) See more »

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