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The Gold Job 

The Leverage team hits the recession-driven Cash-for-Gold industry by targeting a corrupt brother-sister team and steering them through an elaborate treasure hunt.

Director:

Marc Roskin

Writers:

John Rogers (creator), Chris Downey (creator) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Timothy Hutton ... Nathan Ford
Gina Bellman ... Sophie Devereaux
Christian Kane ... Eliot Spencer
Beth Riesgraf ... Parker
Aldis Hodge ... Alec Hardison
Todd Stashwick ... Tommy Madsen
Sasha Barrese ... Barbara Madsen
Suzanne Tufan ... Amy Campston
Marzell Sampson Marzell Sampson ... Lil Pusher
Michael Girardin Michael Girardin ... Assayer
Troy Lund ... Roy
Norman Newkirk Norman Newkirk ... Raymond Manchester
Cecily Crow ... Legal Aide
Gene Thorkildsen Gene Thorkildsen ... Portland Detective
Jason Glick Jason Glick ... Manager (Gordon)
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Storyline

Siblings, Tommy and Barbara Madsen, own "Gold to be Sold" where they buy, melt and refine gold for pennies on the dollar from gullible people all over the US. Bored and unappreciative of what he terms 18th Century cons, Hardison builds The Double-Promged Monkey Con. Using modern video gamer data, strategy and psychology, the con is a cross between Indiana Jones/archeology and Shanghai Tunnels of Doom/history. Nate knows a good plan must have 3 variables to work; he proves it in a letter. But 1003 variables are too unwieldy, causing Rage Quit. Nate shares his secret: many permutations to every plan; shoot for Plan A, settle for Plan J. Take the basics, dress it up to keep it fun and fresh and take down the mark. Finally, Hardison listens. Written by LA-Lawyer

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TV-14
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Trivia

Three members of the team are seen eating donuts and the box says Voodoo Donuts. Voodoo Donuts are well known in Portland Oregon. See more »

Goofs

This episode references "Cantonese" writing. Cantonese is a spoken dialect, but used the same characters as other Chinese dialects in the 19th century. The "Cantonese" characters shown are actually simplified Chinese, something that only became common in mainland China during the the mid-late 20th century. Anyone even remotely familiar with China - let alone a scholar, would consequently have known the 19th century gold watch using 20th century characters to be a forgery. See more »

Quotes

Alec Hardison: How? How could you have possibly known this?
Nathan Ford: I knew enough. I knew you had a complicated con in the works.And I knew as long as we had those three things on the list, and that Barbara Madsen was distracted from all that gold piling up in that useless vault, that we had a shot at taking over the family business. You never count on the perfect plan. The perfect plan, it has too many moving parts, and it's... you got to expect the perfect plan to fail. I mean, that's what I do.
Alec Hardison: Then what do you ...
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Release Date:

1 January 2012 (USA) See more »

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