After 50% success at Verd Agra, the team takes on debt-ridden FluidDyn, Sales VP, Connell. The client, Geoffrey, invented an environmentally adaptive tech design chip and then, was fired by Connell. Geoffrey sued and Connell denied there was a chip. Nate believes widower, Connell, is hiding the chip in his home to sell on the black market. The con has to afford entry to the Connell safe room. "Security Guard" Eliot bonds with Molly, Connell's sad, confused daughter. Eliot teaches Molly cheating is unnecessary; practice and playing to win are the way to go. Molly is abducted at a local carnival. Can a few hours of Eliot's teachings help Botasky and Perky survive this ordeal? Green is the color of Parker, the 2000 and envy when our favorite cat burglar misunderstands a loving gift. Written by
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The character Geoffrey Thorne is named after story editor Geoffrey Thorne
, who wrote five episodes of "Leverage." See more
When Elliot is talking to Molly for the first time, whenever the camera angle is looking straight at both of them Molly has her hair pulled behind her ear. Whenever the camera angle shifts to the side to look at Molly from Elliot's direction, her hair is pulled in front of her ear. The camera angle changes many times during the conversation and the hair position keeps changing. See more