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Leverage 5 Seasons 2010

Season 2
4.8 out of 5 stars (314) IMDb 7.9/10

Leverage Season 2

Starring:
Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman

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1. The Beantown Bailout Job

Nate Ford reluctantly reassembles the team to pit the local Irish mob against a banker who is gaming a government bailout. If they survive, Nate has to deal with four thieves who've decided he needs them in his life, whether he likes it or not.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 15, 2009
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2. The Tap Out Job

When the Leverage crew tries to get a corrupt mixed martial arts promoter to invest everything he has in a fake cable television network, their con is discovered. Now, Eliot must throw a fight in order to save the day.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 22, 2009
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3. The Order 23 job

The Leverage team takes over a floor of a hospital in order to stage the outbreak of a deadly virus. They must quarantine a convicted felon and get him to reveal the location of his stolen money... or die.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 22, 2009
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4. The Fairy Godparents Job

While trying to recover embezzled cash from a Madoff-like funds manager, the team finds themselves acting as unlikely fairy godparents to the mark's lovable loser stepson.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 5, 2009
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5. The Three Days of the Hunter Job

The crew dives into the paranoid world of government conspiracies to expose a heartless tabloid newscaster as a fraud.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 12, 2009
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6. The Top Hat Job

Nate and the team put on a magic show in order to infiltrate the high security at a corporation responsible for knowingly putting tainted food on the market.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 19, 2009
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7. The Two Live Crew Job

The Leverage team is forced to go head-to-head against another crew of thieves in order to retrieve their clients' priceless artwork.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 26, 2009
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8. The Iceman Job

With Sophie away, Hardison plays the inside man to take down an unscrupulous diamond merchant. When Hardison overdoes the act, the team finds itself forced to break into the most secure vault in Boston.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 2, 2009
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9. The Lost Heir Job

The team tries to stop a corrupt lawyer from taking control of his client's estate.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 9, 2009
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10. The Runway Job

The Leverage team infiltrates the fashion world.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 13, 2010
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11. The Bottle Job

Team Leverage runs a high-tech version of a classic con on a predatory loan shark.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 20, 2010
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12. The Zanzibar Marketplace Job

The team is forced to work with their old enemy, Sterling, in order to free Nate's ex-wife Maggie.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 27, 2010
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13. The Future Job

The team goes after a con man masquerading as a psychic medium.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 3, 2010
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14. The Three Strikes Job

The Leverage team runs into an unexpected complication... and an old nemesis.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 10, 2010
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15. The Maltese Falcon Job

Surrounded by FBI and with Sterling hot on their heels, the team decides to hide in plain sight, while continuing to take down the corrupt mayor and his gunrunning partner.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 10, 2010
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By Tracy Vest VINE VOICE on September 22, 2009
Format: DVD
After the success of their freshman season, the gang from Leverage: The First Season are back and have relocated to Beantown to right the wrongs committed against regular people who have nowhere else to turn. They have all found that after doing good deeds, crime just isn't what it used to be. Whether it's tangling with the Irish mob, dealing with a shady boxing promoter, returning a corrupt investment banker's ill gotten gains, or ensuring that an inheritance goes to the rightful heir, all exhibit the savvy wit and quirkiness that has become the Leverage signature.

Thank goodness for TNT - which produces some of the best dramas on television. With plenty of nail biting action, humor, great music soundtrack, and ripped from the headline stories, the momentum just keeps building. And the chemistry among the cast is first rate, seamlessly adding Jeri Ryan to the cast late in the season when Gina Bellman (Sophie) took a hiatus due to her pregnancy. One of my favorite scenes is in the first episode when hacker Hardison introduces himself and Parker as detectives Costigan and Costello - an homage to the outstanding film The Departed (Widescreen Edition). My only gripe? The seasons are much too short.
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This season not only boasts great one-liners from the actors and the writers, but also phenomenal guest appearances and acting that is better than it was before. They've worked out some of the finer issues that people had with the Season One set (like closed captioning in English) and the deleted scenes are sure to be a hoot if the actual aired episodes are any indication.

If you're looking for plot, then this is definitely a show to watch. Each one of these episodes is a "mini-movie" (according to show writer John Rogers) but there's also the major story arcs that flesh out each con. Sure, there's the formula that the episodes follow, but the majority of the time I have to squint to see it because I get so caught up with the brilliant acting and writing. With this show, it's so easy to forget that these are actors and the characters aren't real.

They handled Gina Bellman's pregnancy flawlessly (in the first viewing of the episodes where she's pregnant, I didn't notice the baby bump) and the temporary addition of Jeri Ryan was perfect. That's not to mention the episode sporting Wil Wheaton as a hacker.
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This is such a great show! I actually care about what happens to the characters. It is the perfect blend of suspense, action adventure, romance, and humor. If you like White Collar, you'll like this show. Think of it as Mission Impossible(the classic tv show) meets Monk, meets Ocean's Eleven.
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Having enjoyed season 1 immensely I immediately started watching the second season of Leverage. The cliffhanger ending from last season had the team scattered and on the run from the authorities. After a shaky and contrived first episode reuniting the team things settle back into the successful formula that makes this show a blast. Gina Bellman who plays "grifter" Sophie has a diminished role due her pregnancy but her high heels are ably filled by Star Trek Next Generation bombshell, Jeri Ryan. The character development of the rest of the crew moves along nicely and the season wraps up with Sophie back but Nate (Timothy Hutton) makes a deal to give himself up for his team to get a pass. The dialog is crisp and the cons are slick as Team Leverage helps out folks with no other recourse. If you like caper type shows then Leverage delivers. On to Season 3 of this fast paced show.
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I have seen reviewers compare this show to the caper shows of the late sixties and seventies, and caper would definitely be the way to describe the basic premise, but this show is so much more. It is complex, sophisticated, fast-paced and at times very funny. It is GREAT entertainment, pure and simple. The cast is first-rate, they work together flawlessly, and they all seem to have a natural affinity for their characters' skills.

The basic premise is a group of loners with well-honed skills - a grifter, a hacker, a "hitter," and a thief - are brought together to do one job, and one job only, by former insurance claims investigator Nate Ford, the inimitable Timothy Hutton. In the course of the con, these very separate and very eccentric people start to learn to work together to accomplish a goal other than to fill their own pockets or fulfill their own needs. Those in the group who were not previously "con" artists per se get completely hooked on the game. People who have been victims of the greedy and powerful start to hear about Nate's team and come in search of justice. Despite several attempts at, and forced separations, the team also starts to get hooked on working with each other, and they get hooked on doing good. Ultimately, they are compelled to keep coming back for more.

The writing is impeccable, obviously well researched, and some of the best on television today. Amidst a plethora of ridiculous and downright repulsive "reality" shows, Leverage is a real breath of fresh air. May it go on for many seasons to come. I will buy them all! Thank you, TNT!
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