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The Low Low Price Job 

The crew takes on a big-box retail chain who is bribing the city to run local mom-and-pop stores out of business.

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Caroline Cowan
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Tabatha Delavega
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Anna
Rod Pilloud ...
Martin
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Bryan
Michael Jaffe ...
Tom Halliward
Matt Barnett ...
Zachary
Karl Holzheimer ...
Mayor
Dominic Cicero ...
Oscar Callahan
Bryar Freed-Golden ...
Fast Customer
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Duelling redheads: one small Mom and Pop grocer and one high-powered big box store executive vie for their lives. Redhead #1 had the good luck to drink in the Brew Pub, so she has the first team on her side. Value!More has been on Nate-dar because of illegal business practices, but they are so huge. The EPA may never declare a Love Canal, but the team leaves Redhead #2, aka Caroline Cowan of Value!More, singing the cadmium blues. Eliot bonds with Martin, a sick old man who reminds him of Oklahoma City, home and hearth. Written by LA-Lawyer

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27 November 2012 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?

Trivia

In The Low Low Price Job, the alias Hardison gives Sophie is "Dr. Ellie Sattler." Dr. Ellie Sattler was the name of Laura Dern's character in Jurassic Park (1993). When Sophie complains about the complicated scientific terms Hardison wants her to memorize, she says they're probably not real words, and are the "names of dinosaurs or something," to which Hardison replies "Dinosaurs are real." The plot of Jurassic Park revolves around dinosaurs being brought back from extinction. See more »

Goofs

When Eliot has the bully manager pushed against the drink machine and has him by the wrist with his arm extended, the manager's hand is pointing up in one shot and down in the reverse shot. See more »

Connections

References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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