Leverage (2008–2012)
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The Broken Wing Job 

When a torn ACL leaves Parker behind on the crew's latest job, she spies on the Brew Pub's customers for fun and discovers a group of thieves planning a heist.

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Amy Palavi
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A crew of high-tech crooks attempt to steal from wealthy criminals and corrupt businessmen. When a broken leg leaves Parker behind on the crew's latest job, she spies on the BrewPub's customers for fun and discovers a group of thieves planning a heist. Written by Anonymous

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9 September 2012 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Hardison states that he feels like a giant whilst in Japan, he specifically says "I feel like I'm 6ft 12" or as it's more commonly known 7ft. See more »

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Features Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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A great interpretation of a film classic
6 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

After a television show has been on long enough they will eventually film their own version of Rear Window or It's A Wonderful Life. Here the Leverage offers their own version of Rear Window with Parker stuck at home with a sprained knee while the rest of the gang is in Japan. Parker begins watching the security feed of the restaurant and notices two shady characters planning a crime. While several other shows have taken a stab at Rear Window, Leverage managed to stay true to the classic film by not only incorporating the story line of the criminals, but also that of some of the other patrons: the guy who orders the same dish and sends it back every time, the perfect couple referred to as Sid and Nancy who are not as perfect as they seem and two people dubbed Romeo and Juliet who are right for each other. Eventually all story lines are wrapped up and Parker manages to survive her convalescence period in true Parker fashion.


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