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The 10 Li'l Grifters Job 

When a mark is killed in the middle of a con and Nate is accused of the crime, the crew must find the real killer to prove Nate's innocence.

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Cast

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Morris Beck
Steven Flynn ...
Detective Ray Hammett
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Hayley Beck
Sam Wilson ...
Potter
Doug Brooks ...
Tom Case
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Judy
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Marco Capriotti
David Rideout ...
William Cavender
Julia Brandeberry ...
Dr. Blaylock
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Nervous Guy
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Storyline

The team is hired to take down corrupt Morris Beck, millionaire architect/builder and owner of Beckworx. The whole team attends his Murder Mystery Masquerade gala but, before they can steal evidence and break away clean, Morris Beck drops dead. Nate, looking just like Ellery Queen, (wearing the exact hat worn on the series by Jim Hutton) is almost cast as the evil murderer. Written by LA-Lawyer

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3 July 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The band at the murder mystery party plays theme songs from various mystery movies and TV shows throughout that part of the episode. See more »

Quotes

Alec Hardison: What the hell's going on down there? Nate killed somebody?
Eliot Spencer: No, Nate didn't kill somebody. You didn't, did you?
Nathan Ford: Of course not.
Parker: You'd tell us, though. Wouldn't you?
Nathan Ford: [sarcastic] Yes, Parker, I would tell you if I murdered the mark.
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References The 74th Annual Academy Awards (2002) See more »

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