History Funny / Leverage

10th Apr '16 6:24:22 AM Benbeasted
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** You just know that Eliot and his counterparts interaction

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** You just know that Eliot and his counterparts interaction will end sensually.
4th Apr '16 7:59:06 AM Benbeasted
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** You just know that Eliot and his counterparts interaction
2nd Apr '16 10:28:45 PM agent314
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[[folder: Season 3]]
* The Reunion Job
** You know, we're running out of ways to get Parker out of a duct.
* The Inside Job
** Writer vs Actor on character development:
-->'''John Rogers:''' This is Parker's new morality. Beth, what were you thinking here?
-->'''Beth Reisgraf:''' The blocking was really hard.
** I'm not normally afraid of heights, I'm afraid of height's when I'm 40 stories up hanging off the ledge of a building.
** The bomb from the Big Bang Job? Made from woks.
** This exchange:
-->'''Richard Chamberlin:''' Dear boy, you can't possibly want me in this scene!
-->'''John Rogers:''' If by "Dear boy, you can't possibly want me in this scene!" you mean you don't want to be in it, than yes, I agree. I've never been shut down so classily before.
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9th Mar '16 11:56:20 PM agent314
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\n\n* The Future Job
** These are the tricks fake psychics use. Not real ones, with huge lawyers behind them, just fake ones.
** I can appreciate a nice piece of man flesh as much as the next person [[BreathlessNonSequitur what is in this drink?]]
** The mobsters' speech was written by writing down a drunk John Rodgers mocking of the idea of adding a mobster.
* The Three Strikes Job
** Parker is not good with surprises, she doesn't handle them well. Mostly because they involve talking to people, which also doesn't go over well.
** This is the first time Elliot's using a baseball bat for what it's meant to be used for. I mean, he's been using them to beat people for 20 years, but he's never hit a ball before.
** The baseball game shot list was crafted from outlines and Dean Devlin mining his friendship with John Rodgers in order to figure out what John would want to see because the script wasn't done.
** Where Sophie still exchanges Christmas cards with people she's ripped off, Tara Cole has walked out of a lot of burning buildings with metal suitcases full of bloodstained cash.
** And once again, blowing stuff up at a dock, without the knowledge or permission of the authorities. I think at this point, they'd be disappointed if you called ahead.
** How did you get Mark Sheppard into this shot?!? Did you lower him by rope?
* The Maltese Falcon Job
** The decision to make Sterling an Interpol agent was agreed upon by Dean Devlin and John Rodgers as either the best idea they'd ever had . . . or they really needed to sleep.
** Perils of outdoor shooting: "It's sunny! Go! Go!Go!"
** Oh, god. What would I do without booze?
** Richard Kind spent a week in that bathrobe. He was in on the docks, he was in it in hotel rooms. He developed a very unhealthy relationship that bathrobe.
** We had a long scene explaining how Hardison messed up the ship, but we ran out of time so giant wrench!


9th Mar '16 9:56:25 PM agent314
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* The RunngingGag of "Nate Ford is an awful human being", especially when they painstakingly point out that he's much worse when sober.

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* The RunngingGag RunningGag of "Nate Ford is an awful human being", especially when they painstakingly point out that he's much worse when sober.
9th Mar '16 9:53:55 PM agent314
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7th Mar '16 9:11:48 AM agent314
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\n*The Runway Job
** The factory at the beginning is a real factory, with many of the extras drawn from the employees. . . all of whom were horrified at the hours the film crew worked.
** I love Parker telling Tara how to be photographed, because you know Sophie gave her those exact instructions three weeks ago.
**Who likes this style, who likes that style, is that head writer really drinking that much this early in the day, basic questions.
*The Bottle Job
**'''John Rodgers:''' You have a screwdriver. A screwdriver which is just a vodka with an orange in it.
-->'''Jonathan Frakes:''' It qualifies as a screwdriver!"
**We'll miss our flight. *Looks over* Its' Jeri Ryan, we'll blow it off.
**'''Jonathan Frakes:''' The prop man asked me "Should I get out the good money for this episode?"
-->'''John Rodgers:''' We're a con and heist show, we have a lot of briefcases full of money!
*The Zanzibar Marketplace Job
**We kept trying to find horrible places in Eastern Europe. Estonia: Estonia's the capitol of e-commerce! Kiev: Kiev is a cultural treasure; it's beautiful!. There are no bad places left in the world.
**The rotary phone was put in with the precise instruction to dial all the numbers just make Aldis angry.
**I love Parker's attempts at humanity. They just never go well.


1st Mar '16 10:35:12 PM agent314
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* The Ice Man Job
** About 5 minutes in, the writers and producers start squabbling about the value of the [[HostageSituation hostage episode]].
** The whole premise of this episode was "what's the most asshole-ish things Aldis can do?"
** Tim's not doing Mark Sheppard, he's doing the impression of Sterling that Nate would do at the IYS Christmas party to piss him off.
** Here. It's 21 years old; you can have sex with this scotch in every state in the union.
* The Lost Heir Job
** Is there an Evil Lawyer Monthly magazine? I'd like to get a subscription to that.

22nd Feb '16 1:22:44 PM thevisualboy37
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*** When she first says "There's shrimp in this!" in her Scottish accent, a RecordNeedleScratch is heard.
20th Feb '16 11:36:56 AM Technicolourtardis
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** Sterling's forced "someone shoot me" smile when Sophie sits on his lap, ruffles his hair, calls him Mike, and says she hopes they will be just as happy as the ex-wife was with the victim. Or most of Sophie and Sterling going around questioning people.

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** Sterling's forced "someone shoot me" smile when Sophie sits on his lap, ruffles his hair, calls him Mike, Chauncey, and says she hopes they will be just as happy as the ex-wife was with the victim. Or most of Sophie and Sterling going around questioning people.
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