The Corkscrew Job

Season 5, Ep 13, Aired 12/11/12
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  • Episode Description
  • The team travels into Oregon wine country to steal a rare bottle of wine as part of their current con.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Timothy Hutton

    Nathan "Nate" Ford

  • Gina Bellman

    Sophie Devereaux

  • Christian Kane

    Eliot Spencer

  • Beth Riesgraf


  • Aldis Hodge

    Alec Hardison

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • The Corkscrew Job

    By thefanof, Dec 23, 2012

  • Corkscrew Job

    By tmg, Dec 15, 2012

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • Hardison: There's the full non-disclosure agreement that Kristin's required to sign in order to get her settlement. That's a hundred pages longer than the one you sign for the CIA. The winery's just trying to get her to shut up.
      Sophie: And how did you get your hands on a CIA contract?
      Hardison: You ask too many questions.

    • Madigan: We're going to increase the output of this winery by 1000%. And for the pleasure of being part of that, you get college credit. Welcome.
      Parker: What? Wait--is "college credit" code for "you're not going to pay me"?
      Madigan: Get to work.

    • Worker: Here's the computer you ordered, sir.
      Hardison: My precious. (Parker glares) You--I mean you. You're my precious.

    • Hardison: Age of the geek, baby. I am the Grape Gatsby.

    • Eliot: Look.
      Parker: Who's that?
      Eliot: His name's Leonard. He's Madigan's right-hand guy.
      Parker: He has a very punchable face.
      Eliot: Yeah, I noticed that.

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    Notes (1)

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: February 4, 2013 on Super Channel 1

    Allusions (2)

    • Hardison: My precious.
      Referencing the corrupted hobbit created by J.R.R. Tolkien for his literary works The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy. Originally Sméagol, the hobbit was transformed by the influence of the One Ring. He typically talks about himself in the third person and lusts for the return of "his precious."

    • Hardison: I am the Grape Gatsby.
      Referencing the title character of the 1925 novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Jay Gatsby is an enigmatic 20s millionaire who hosts extravagant parties and vies with another man for the love of a flapper, Daisy.

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    • vgrand63 Dec 21, 2015

      and sad to see TV.com is now about the money also, mmmm

    • vgrand63 Dec 21, 2015

      The last tv show to show any ethics or morals. The elite are totally focus on the millenials, to have little sense of those things, just being programmed for violence, gross sex and flat out being dumbed down. Tv is total crap anymore and greatly miss leverage.

    • Gislef Dec 12, 2012

      sheesh, they need tougher bad guys. First the Walmart-ish CEO folds after one sleepless night. Then the guy in this episode panics and believes his wine is fake just because some woman he's known for a half hour hints that it might be a fake.

    • Gislef Dec 12, 2012

      And a henchman named Leonard? Who names their henchmen after guys on The Big Bang Theory?