Leverage (2008–2012)
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The D.B. Cooper Job 

A flashback to the 1970s of an FBI agent's final regret, his failure to capture hijacker D.B. Cooper, becomes a mystery Nate must solve.

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Episode credited cast:
... Nathan Ford / Young Peter McSweeten
... Sophie Devereaux / Joy McSweeten
... Eliot Spencer / Young Steve Reynolds
... Parker / Stephanie Ritter Reynolds
... Alec Hardison / FBI Agent Reggie Wilkins
... Steve Reynolds
... FBI Agent Todd McSweeten
... D.B. Cooper
... Peter McSweeten
... Laurie Miller
... Rick Crowsley
... Felton
Joe Ross ... Pilot
Sam Roskin ... Young Todd McSweeten
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... Virgil
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Agent Todd McSweeten is legacy FBI; his father, Peter, was the Agent-in-Charge of the infamous D.B. Cooper case. He was Chief of Portland FBI (losing a promotion to Seattle when he failed to solve Cooper.) Todd brings in the team-- having realized their real function--because Peter is dying. The Leverage team re-enacts the events of 1971, with Nate as Peter McSweeten and the team learns the former Chief's mantra: give compassion and respect to all men, even criminals. Is it possible Peter knew more about D.B. Cooper than he ever publicized? Written by LA-Lawyer

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26 August 2012 (USA)  »

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Timothy Hutton and Ronny Cox also starred in the motion picture Taps (1981). Here, Hutton plays a younger version of Cox's character. See more »

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The bills in the ransom money are post year 2000 rather than 1971 era bills. See more »

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