The Experimental Job
- Episode Description
The Leverage team goes back to college to track down homeless veterans in the Boston area.
- Cast & Crew
M. Scott Veach
- Photos (9)
- Fan Reviews (3)
If you've been keeping count, you might think that "The Experimental Job" marks the beginning of the fifth season of Leverage.
Necessary but tedious.
- Trivia & Quotes
Hardison: Now, most people would dive into the question of why did they move. I, however, am not most people.
Nate: You want to skip the "behold my genius" part and just tell us what you found.
Sophie: Titus Andronicus.
Nate: "I will grind your bones into dust and with your blood and it make a paste."
Parker: Um. Clever. (everyone stares) C-creepy. It's creepy.
Nate: Ever been quail hunting, Hardison?
Hardison: Do I look like I go quail hunting?
Eliot: Let me ask him something. Do you ever played a video game where you go quail hunting?
Nate: You see, the birds, understandably, they don't like to be shot.
Parker: They hide in the bushes. when you go hunting, you have to beat the bushes with a stick. That way you scare the birds into the sky and there's a man waiting there with a gun and good aim. And he (makes shooting sound) picks them off.
Hardison: That is seriously messed up. Why would y'all tell me something like that? Why do you know that?
Hardison: He's just a kid Nate, how bad can it get? Nate: How many grown men said that about you while you were raining digital fire down on their lives? Hardison: Ha-ha. Now I'm nervous.
Hardison: I'm getting some weird feedback. It's like a whumpa-whumpa.
Eliiot: Wait. What do you mean? What kind of whumpa-whumpa?
Hardison: I mean, how many kinds are there?
Eliiot: here's seven of them. Is it a whumpa-pop whumpa-pop?
Hardison: Are you being serious right now?
Hardison: It's like a-a whumpa-tink whumpa-tink.
Canada: February 23, 2012 on Super Channel 2
UK: August 7, 2012 on FX
Turkey: November 21, 2012 on CNBC-e
Music: Ride of the Valkyries (Richard Wagner)
Travis: Yo, Harry! H.P.!
Referencing Harry Potter, the teenage protagonist of seven novels by J.K. Rowling, the first one published in 1997 and the last in 2007. Harry is an orphan who discovers that he has magical talent inherited from his dead parents and is taken to Hogwarts, an academy designed to foster the talents of young wizards.