History ShoutOut / Leverage

2nd Jul '16 12:20:59 AM GreyWriter
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*** [[spoiler: The soldier interrogating Hardison has the name "Kyle Abbot," the name of a Batman/Batwoman villain.]]
31st May '16 9:14:21 AM Prfnoff
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*** Eliot ''himself'' is practically a shout-out to the {{Spenser}} novels.
** Two of the suspects are dressed as {{Mannix}} and [[Literature/BleakHouse Inspector Bucket]].

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*** Eliot ''himself'' is practically a shout-out to the {{Spenser}} Literature/{{Spenser}} novels.
** Two of the suspects are dressed as {{Mannix}} Series/{{Mannix}} and [[Literature/BleakHouse Inspector Bucket]].
21st May '16 1:51:09 PM erforce
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* In "The Boost Job" Hardison readies an EMP device that makes the same noise as a [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} proton pack]]. He then lampshades it by adding "this chick is toast", which is Creator/BillMurray's line when the team confronts Gozer. Later in the episode, when Hardison and Parker enter a chop shop and find that it's a much bigger operation than they expected, he remarks "We're [[Film/{{Jaws}} gonna need a bigger boat]]".

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* In "The Boost Job" Hardison readies an EMP device that makes the same noise as a [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} proton pack]]. He then lampshades it by adding "this chick is toast", which is Creator/BillMurray's line when the team confronts Gozer. Later in the episode, when Hardison and Parker enter a chop shop and find that it's a much bigger operation than they expected, he remarks "We're [[Film/{{Jaws}} gonna need a bigger boat]]".



* In "The Morning After Job," during the briefing Nate asks "who" TheMark "is gonna call" when he gets into trouble - Parker immediately comes back with "Film/{{Ghostbusters}}!"

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* In "The Morning After Job," during the briefing Nate asks "who" TheMark "is gonna call" when he gets into trouble - Parker immediately comes back with "Film/{{Ghostbusters}}!""Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}!"
19th May '16 8:04:16 PM nombretomado
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* In "The Two-Horse Job", Parker's disdain for horses stems from an incident that happened in [[MyNameIsEarl Camden, IL]] (Beth Riesgraf is Jason Lee's baby-mama, and has made a few appearances on the show).

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* In "The Two-Horse Job", Parker's disdain for horses stems from an incident that happened in [[MyNameIsEarl [[Series/MyNameIsEarl Camden, IL]] (Beth Riesgraf is Jason Lee's baby-mama, and has made a few appearances on the show).
9th May '16 11:22:11 PM erforce
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* In "The Beantown Bailout Job", Hardison gets an opportunity to say "[[{{Terminator}} Come with me if you want to live.]]"
* Also in "Beantown Bailout," Hardison and Parker identify themselves as "[[TheDeparted Troopers Costello and Costigan]]" of the Massachusetts State Police.

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* In "The Beantown Bailout Job", Hardison gets an opportunity to say "[[{{Terminator}} "[[Franchise/{{Terminator}} Come with me if you want to live.]]"
* Also in "Beantown Bailout," Hardison and Parker identify themselves as "[[TheDeparted "[[Film/TheDeparted Troopers Costello and Costigan]]" of the Massachusetts State Police.
8th May '16 5:49:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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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/XMen 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 [[Film/SlapShot Hanson brothers]]. Also, the client's father's name (Craig Marko) is a shoutout to [[Franchise/XMen The Juggernaut]].
21st Apr '16 4:34:36 PM MarkLungo
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** invoked with Elliot's [[Film/DieHard John McClane]] impersonation, including [[CurseCutShort "Yippie-ki-yay]][[HardCut , m--"]]. His entire dialogue with the FBI outside is almost copy pasted from the interactions between John McClane and Sgt. Al Powell, including the agents naming him Cowboy, and Elliot explaining how he's just a "fly in the ointment, pal."
** A SuspiciouslySimilarSong version of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' theme during Parker's daydream sequence with Nate's father and the time machine.

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** invoked with Elliot's [[Film/DieHard John McClane]] impersonation, including [[CurseCutShort "Yippie-ki-yay]][[HardCut , m--"]]. His entire dialogue with the FBI outside is almost copy pasted from the interactions between John McClane [=McClane=] and Sgt. Al Powell, including the agents naming him Cowboy, and Elliot explaining how he's just a "fly in the ointment, pal."
** A SuspiciouslySimilarSong version of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' theme during Parker's daydream sequence with Nate's father and the time machine.TimeMachine.
21st Apr '16 3:32:17 PM ianmagoo
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** invoked with Elliot's [[Film/DieHard John McClane]] impersonation, including [[CurseCutShort "Yippie-ki-yay]][[HardCut , m--"]]. His entire dialogue with the FBI outside is almost copy pasted from the interactions between McClane and Sgt. Al Powell, including the agents naming him Cowboy, and Elliot explaining how he's just a "fly in the ointment, pal."

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** invoked with Elliot's [[Film/DieHard John McClane]] impersonation, including [[CurseCutShort "Yippie-ki-yay]][[HardCut , m--"]]. His entire dialogue with the FBI outside is almost copy pasted from the interactions between John McClane and Sgt. Al Powell, including the agents naming him Cowboy, and Elliot explaining how he's just a "fly in the ointment, pal."
21st Apr '16 3:31:23 PM ianmagoo
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** invoked with Elliot's [[Film/DieHard John McClane]] impersonation, including [[CurseCutShort "Yippie-ki-yay]][[HardCut , m--"]].

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** invoked with Elliot's [[Film/DieHard John McClane]] impersonation, including [[CurseCutShort "Yippie-ki-yay]][[HardCut , m--"]]. His entire dialogue with the FBI outside is almost copy pasted from the interactions between McClane and Sgt. Al Powell, including the agents naming him Cowboy, and Elliot explaining how he's just a "fly in the ointment, pal."
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".
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