History TearJerker / Leverage

25th Apr '16 1:46:07 AM Benbeasted
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-->'''Parker''': You mean... he died down here? ...Alone?



-->'''Parker''': You mean... he died down here? ...Alone?
24th Apr '16 7:05:32 PM Benbeasted
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* The StarCrossedLovers backstory in "The Van Gogh Job".
** In particular, Dorothy!Parker's face when Charlie!Hardison jumps on the train, leaving her forever. Not to mention the fact that Dorothy had already died several years prior, meaning Charlie will never be reunited with her in life.


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* The StarCrossedLovers backstory in "The Van Gogh Job".
** In particular, Dorothy!Parker's face when Charlie!Hardison jumps on the train, leaving her forever. Not to mention the fact that Dorothy had already died several years prior, meaning Charlie will never be reunited with her in life.
28th Dec '15 12:01:30 AM SMARTALIENQT
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* "The Big Bang Job," where Eliot reveals [[spoiler: that he worked for Moreau]].
-->'''Eliot''': You think you know what I've done? The worst thing I ever did in my entire life, [[spoiler: I did for Damien Moreau.]] And I- [[TheAtoner I'll never be clean of that.]]
-->'''Parker''': What did you do?
-->'''Eliot''': Don't ask me that, Parker. Because if you ask me, I'm gonna tell you. So please, don't ask me.
28th Jan '15 10:43:18 AM hujwernoo
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* At the beginning of "The Lonely Hearts Job" when a wealthy executive who would normally be a target walks in. Nate tells him to leave and the man just breaks down crying, begging Nate to find his wife.



* THE FINALE. It starts off bad, then the emotional baggage just piles on and on. Then you hit the [[spoiler: bridge scene, where Nate's driving the truck, and he looks back]]. It's heart-wrenching.

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* THE FINALE. It starts off bad, then the emotional baggage just piles on and on. Then you hit the [[spoiler: bridge scene, where Nate's driving the truck, and he looks back]]. It's heart-wrenching. [[spoiler: And it's ''not even real.'' Nate, you ''bastard.'']]



* At the beginning of "The Lonely Hearts Job" when a wealthy executive who would normally be a target walks in. Nate tells him to leave and the man just breaks down crying, begging Nate to find his wife.
16th Mar '14 6:46:56 PM Leaper
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** Especially with the second-to-last episode of the season: "The Radio Job". [[spoiler: Jimmy Ford makes a deal with Latimer, despite his son's warnings, because it was all to keep him safe (and for two million dollars). He gets knocked unconscious and wakes up slowly by Nate's phone calling him, and realizes [[OhCrap he's surrounded by explosives and a timer just about to go off]]. Jimmy calmly tells Nate to stay away, who keep telling him he's going to get him, losing his cool and rising his voice to the point of fear because he knows what's about to happen. He gets out of the car and hears his dad say he loves him... forcing him to a shocked stupor. [[KilledOffForReal Then the building blows up, all in slow motion]].]]

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** Especially with the second-to-last episode of the season: "The Radio Job". [[spoiler: Jimmy Ford makes a deal with Latimer, despite his son's warnings, because it was all to keep him safe (and for two million dollars). He gets knocked unconscious and wakes up slowly by Nate's phone calling him, and realizes [[OhCrap he's surrounded by explosives and a timer just about to go off]]. Jimmy calmly tells Nate to stay away, who keep telling him he's going to get him, losing his cool and rising his voice to the point of fear because he knows what's about to happen. He gets out of the car and hears his dad say he loves him... forcing him to a shocked stupor. [[KilledOffForReal Then the building blows up, all in slow motion]].motion.]]
22nd Feb '14 7:43:10 AM KariGray
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** Not to mention his distraught phone call to Sophie. If you say you didn't tear up, ya'll lying.
--> '''Nate:''' Sophie. Itís me. I uh...I screwed up. I...I need you to come back. I need you. ''I'' need you. Not for the team. Me. For me. Listen, I just...I donít know who I am anymore, Sophie.
5th Feb '14 2:58:52 PM MarkLungo
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** In context, this is ''devastating''.
* At the beginning of "The Lonely Hearts Job" when a man that would normally be a target walks in. Nate tells him to leave and the man just breaks down crying, begging Nate to find his wife.

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** And then they clasp each others' hands. In context, this is ''devastating''.
* At the beginning of "The Lonely Hearts Job" when a man that wealthy executive who would normally be a target walks in. Nate tells him to leave and the man just breaks down crying, begging Nate to find his wife.wife.
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1st Feb '14 12:06:21 AM kaydorkeey
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** In context, this is ''devastating''.

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** In context, this is ''devastating''.''devastating''.
* At the beginning of "The Lonely Hearts Job" when a man that would normally be a target walks in. Nate tells him to leave and the man just breaks down crying, begging Nate to find his wife.
27th Jun '13 9:56:07 PM mlsmithca
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** In particular, Dorothy!Parker's face when Charlie!Hardison jumps on the train, leaving her forever.
*** Not to mention the fact that Dorothy had already died several years prior, meaning Charlie will never be reunited with her in life.

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** In particular, Dorothy!Parker's face when Charlie!Hardison jumps on the train, leaving her forever.
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forever. Not to mention the fact that Dorothy had already died several years prior, meaning Charlie will never be reunited with her in life.



* Elaboration later due to spoilers, but THE FINALE.
** It starts off bad, then the emotional baggage just piles on and on. Then you hit the [[spoiler: bridge scene, where Nate's driving the truck, and he looks back]]. It's heart-wrenching.

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* Elaboration later due to spoilers, but THE FINALE.
**
FINALE. It starts off bad, then the emotional baggage just piles on and on. Then you hit the [[spoiler: bridge scene, where Nate's driving the truck, and he looks back]]. It's heart-wrenching.



*** In context, this is ''devastating''.

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*** ** In context, this is ''devastating''.
27th Jun '13 9:42:00 PM aebhel
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------>'''Hardison:''' Did Eliot make it out?
-->'''Eliot:''' Yeah, I made it. Age of the geek, brother.
*** In context, this is ''devastating''.
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