It’s another week at Leverage, and it’s the other side of last week’s story (well, it’s what the boys did with their poker night). I’m almost sure that nothing good is going to come from any attempt of those guys to play poker, but that’s beside the point.
I do love this poker game idea, only Hardison do not disrespect the game and talk on your phone, even if it is Parker with her questions about the mystery guy.
This is clearly a sign that no one should ever leave a poker game for a drink, especially if it means you get to meet random guys from cons two years ago. Hurley is stupid, let’s just agree about that right now.
Leaving Eliot’s friend with Agent Bonanno seems like the worst possible idea ever.
A night where Nate isn’t wearing is an earbug is a very bad night.
Nuns don’t swim in bikinis, Hurley. You’re an idiot, and this meeting of addiction support is going to play out in some hilarious ways. Nate without a phone and in a meeting like that.
Our thugs are now arguing on how they can’t kill Hurley and Nate in the church basement. With some comments about the Boy Scouts at the same time.
Eilot, you don’t give Hardison a gun and not let him shoot one of those guys.
So the guys who are also after the Bond guy from Parker’s side are after Hurley? This is going to get confusing, I think.
That is a new skill I want to have: throwing an umbrella into a car to stop the bad guy from escaping.
I’d be shocked that those thugs are still outside waiting for Hurley and Nate, but I’m not.
Clearly, Sister Lupe is not a nun, if that gun in her hand is an indication. Meanwhile, Nate has no problems punching a nun in church. This is just the kind of man he is.
This case is now about rival drug families, the Irish versus the Mexicans. NICE!
Hardison has a case full of orange soda in the fridge. I sort of love that. I also love that Eliot’s friend is putting Bonanno in a choke hold.
Callahan is a mean son of a bitch. Man, having your thugs drag someone out of the church to shoot him. That’s cold.
Eliot, just admit it, you do think about Hardison and Parker. You are, if you’re saying that Hardison is slow playing that relationship.
I’d laugh at Nate pretending to be a priest, but it’s almost second nature at this point.
Hardison playing a dirty cop, well, I have to laugh at it. Mostly in the same way that I laugh at Eliot taking out the whole room full of thugs while Hardison plays evil and stupid. Play it cool, Hardison, you can still help Parker and work as a dirty cop.
The drugs in the Virgin Marys aren’t illegal drugs, but cancer drugs. Oh this is good. The real drugs are still in the car? Like in the seats or something? The car that Hurley drove disappeared–to the city impound. Nate starts to play broker, and I don’t think it’s going to end well.
Setting the drug cartels against each other, now that’s a good idea.
Jumping a fence to get the car they need, this is a bad idea Eliot and Hardison. Why not just call Bonanno to get the thing taken care of. He’s a detective, after all. Of course there are dogs in the lot. I’d also say that Nate needing another car isn’t really that out of the question, but who knows.
Hurley, of course you’re an idiot and can’t follow through with the plan, but I think there’s something else I’m missing right now to explain what the hell is going on.
Of course Bonanno is here to help save Nate and everyone else. I just want to know how. (Though I love Eilot’s friend with the slice of pizza and the smirk on his face.)
When did this play out with the Mexicans? But I do love Hardison’s dirty cop saying that nothing is a set up. See, this is why I need to just wait; that bit happened before Hurley ran away. Those thugs are really bad at their job, if they miss Hurley crouching down in his car.
Aww, I’d be totally on board with Peggy and Hurley as a couple.
Leverage airs Sundays at 9/8c on TNT.