History ShoutOut / Leverage

25th Jan '16 4:38:28 PM MarkLungo
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** The scene in The Long Goodbye Job with the body bags is eerily reminiscent of a scene in Doctor Who; The Day of the Moon. Even to an Actor Allusion in Mark Sheppard.
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** The scene in The "The Long Goodbye Job Job" with the body bags is eerily reminiscent of a scene in Doctor Who; The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon Day of the Moon. Even Moon]]", including an ActorAllusion thanks to an Actor Allusion in Mark Sheppard.Creator/MarkSheppard's presence.

** One more ''Series/DoctorWho'' reference is the name of the law firm the client worked at in "The 10 Li'l Grifters Job": Creator/PaulMcGann, [[Creator/SylvesterMcCoy McCoy]] and [[Creator/ColinBaker Baker]]. ** Another ''Series/DoctorWho'' reference is when Parker asks Hardison about his bow tie in "The Radio Job" and he replies "It's a bow tie. Main/BowtiesAreCool".
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** One more ''Series/DoctorWho'' reference is the name of the law firm the client worked at in "The 10 Li'l Grifters Job": Creator/PaulMcGann, [[Creator/PaulMcGann McGann]], [[Creator/SylvesterMcCoy McCoy]] and [[Creator/ColinBaker Baker]]. ** Another ''Series/DoctorWho'' reference is when Parker asks Hardison about his bow tie in "The Radio Job" and he replies "It's a bow tie. Main/BowtiesAreCool".BowtiesAreCool".
25th Jan '16 4:09:13 PM BlackTemplar
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** Lucille could also be a reference to legendary blues guitarist Music/BBKing. King played an all black Gibson [=ES-335=] (and later a signature model made to his specifications) called Lucille.
20th Jan '16 9:33:57 PM grumpyjenn
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** The scene in The Long Goodbye Job with the body bags is eerily reminiscent of a scene in Doctor Who; The Day of the Moon. Even to an Actor Allusion in Mark Sheppard.
17th Jan '16 6:37:52 PM Kalaong
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* In "The Inside Job", Parker gets into trouble when she tries to break into a building with a "Steranko" security system.[[note]]Jim Steranko, a comic artist, was perhaps most famous for his "ComicBook/NickFury: Agent of SHIELD" work. Nick Fury was a counter-intelligence expert, so "Steranko" is an apropos name for a security system. Steranko was also an escape artist before working in comics, so giving his name to an escape-proof system is a bit of intentional irony.[[/note]] Also, Sophie and Hardison give the aliases [[Series/TheAvengers Emily Peel and Jonathan Steed]] when pretending to be auditors. And we're introduced to [[CaryGrant Archie Leach]] - "the greatest thief of all time".
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* In "The Inside Job", Parker gets into trouble when she tries to break into a building with a "Steranko" security system.[[note]]Jim Steranko, a comic artist, was perhaps most famous for his "ComicBook/NickFury: Agent of SHIELD" work. Nick Fury was a counter-intelligence expert, so "Steranko" is an apropos name for a security system. Steranko was also an escape artist '''EscapeArtist''' before working in comics, so giving his name to an escape-proof system is a bit of intentional irony.[[/note]] irony; [[http://kfmonkey.blogspot.com/2010/07/leverage-303-inside-job-post-game.html "That's meta three levels deep."]][[/note]] Also, Sophie and Hardison give the aliases [[Series/TheAvengers Emily Peel and Jonathan Steed]] when pretending to be auditors. And we're introduced to [[CaryGrant Archie Leach]] - "the greatest thief of all time".
15th Jan '16 7:47:48 PM nombretomado
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* "The San Lorenzo Job" appears to be a whole-episode shout out to ''[[TheStainlessSteelRat The Stainless Steel Rat For President]]''.
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* "The San Lorenzo Job" appears to be a whole-episode shout out to ''[[TheStainlessSteelRat ''[[Literature/TheStainlessSteelRat The Stainless Steel Rat For President]]''.
13th Dec '15 5:55:43 PM nombretomado
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* [[WordOfGod According to]] Creator/JohnRogers one of the extras in "The Blue Line Job" was cast due to his resemblance to the [[SlapShot Hanson brothers]]. Also, the client's father's name (Craig Marko) is a shoutout to [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} The Juggernaut]].
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* [[WordOfGod According to]] Creator/JohnRogers one of the extras in "The Blue Line Job" was cast due to his resemblance to the [[SlapShot Hanson brothers]]. Also, the client's father's name (Craig Marko) is a shoutout to [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} [[Franchise/XMen The Juggernaut]].
8th Dec '15 7:49:58 AM Doc_Loki
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** Just before he blows Lucille 1 up, Hardison tells her that "[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan I have been, and always shall be, your friend.]]
12th Nov '15 4:37:58 PM nombretomado
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* The jerkass frat boy -- sorry, "Dustman" -- in charge of a CIA torture experiment in "The Experimental Job" is named Zilgram, possibly a portmanteau of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_study Zimbardo]] and Milgram. Parker later has fun with an "actual" [[JustFollowingOrders Milgram experiment]] (girl loves her electricity). Sophie and the [[LesbianCop lesbian]] FairCop in the same episode might be a reference to ''RizzoliAndIsles''.
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* The jerkass frat boy -- sorry, "Dustman" -- in charge of a CIA torture experiment in "The Experimental Job" is named Zilgram, possibly a portmanteau of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_study Zimbardo]] and Milgram. Parker later has fun with an "actual" [[JustFollowingOrders Milgram experiment]] (girl loves her electricity). Sophie and the [[LesbianCop lesbian]] FairCop in the same episode might be a reference to ''RizzoliAndIsles''.''Series/RizzoliAndIsles''.
20th Sep '15 7:30:21 PM Adept
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* In "The Carnival Job", the mark's daughter suggests [[CatShitOne Botasky and Perky]] as the codenames for her and Eliot.
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* In "The Carnival Job", the mark's daughter suggests [[CatShitOne [[Manga/CatShitOne Botasky and Perky]] as the codenames for her and Eliot.
10th Sep '15 6:51:34 PM nombretomado
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* In "The Inside Job", Parker gets into trouble when she tries to break into a building with a "Steranko" security system.[[note]]Jim Steranko, a comic artist, was perhaps most famous for his "NickFury: Agent of SHIELD" work. Nick Fury was a counter-intelligence expert, so "Steranko" is an apropos name for a security system. Steranko was also an escape artist before working in comics, so giving his name to an escape-proof system is a bit of intentional irony.[[/note]] Also, Sophie and Hardison give the aliases [[Series/TheAvengers Emily Peel and Jonathan Steed]] when pretending to be auditors. And we're introduced to [[CaryGrant Archie Leach]] - "the greatest thief of all time".
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* In "The Inside Job", Parker gets into trouble when she tries to break into a building with a "Steranko" security system.[[note]]Jim Steranko, a comic artist, was perhaps most famous for his "NickFury: "ComicBook/NickFury: Agent of SHIELD" work. Nick Fury was a counter-intelligence expert, so "Steranko" is an apropos name for a security system. Steranko was also an escape artist before working in comics, so giving his name to an escape-proof system is a bit of intentional irony.[[/note]] Also, Sophie and Hardison give the aliases [[Series/TheAvengers Emily Peel and Jonathan Steed]] when pretending to be auditors. And we're introduced to [[CaryGrant Archie Leach]] - "the greatest thief of all time".
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