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Music comes into play when Alec (Aldis Hodge) poses as a violin virtuoso and Eliot (Christian Kane) competes with a sleazy country impresario (John Schneider) for singing supremacy (both men acquit themselves nicely). Along the way, Parker (Beth Riesgraf) sees Alec in a new light, though Nate attempts to keep his distance from Sophie (Gina Bellman), with whom he enjoyed a kiss in season two. Episode highlights include "The King George Job," in which the group travels to London, and "The Rashomon Job," in which each member shares a contradictory account of a museum heist, while notable guest stars include Richard Chamberlain as Parker's mentor and Tom Skerritt, who almost played Hutton's father in Ordinary People, as Nate's dad.
Set in Boston, Leverage is shot in oft-overcast Portland, but still offers a welcome change from overexposed Los Angeles. Bellman, who missed part of the previous year due to pregnancy, returns full time and contributes to some of the more entertaining sequences as she teaches Parker how to ensnare marks. The season ends with a carefully plotted two-parter that brings out the best in some, the worst in others. The extra features offer deleted scenes, featurettes, behind-the-scenes footage, and 16 commentary tracks from cast and crew, including writer-creator Dean Devlin and director Jonathan Frakes. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
Leverage is not your ordinary show and I loved it when it aired and I love watching it whenever I wish to.Published 22 days ago by Leslie G.
Love this season, but couldn't they have gotten a better actress than Elisabetta Canalis? Glad she didn't show up too much.Published 1 month ago by Kristin
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i know i have been waiting for them to put on spanish subtitles but so far it seems finally season 4 has them and i am buying that now, hopefully they will release the previous as well, i mean even if they do not have other languages you would think all dvds would be kind enough to at least have... Read More
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