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To take down Latimer and his mystery ally, the Leverage team must recruit old friends and enemies for the ultimate con.
To take out a conman from a family line of great conmen, the Leverage team has to strive to pull off the greatest con of their careers.
The team goes after an ailing defense contractor who steals a young boy's intended heart for his own. With time running out before the boy dies, the team has to run the con at an airport while they're stuck on a layover.
The team's nemesis, Latimer, hires Nate's father Jimmy to rip off a high-security government office, and Nate has to go up against his father while engineering a fake hostage stand-off to get his team out of the building. However, Nate soon realizes that an old enemy is using Latimer as a front man to get revenge on the Leverage team.moreless
The team takes on a crooked funeral director who embezzles money from her mourners and then steal their loved ones' identities for use by a Mexican drug cartel
James Sterling convinces the team to help him steal a nuclear-reactor component from a skyscraper during a chess tournament, but they soon realize he has an ulterior goal.
Hardison takes point when the Leverage team sets up an elaborate treasure hunt to con a brother-sister team running a cash-for-gold scam.
The team takes on a grifter team running a sophisticated Sweetheart scam while looking for a philanthropist's missing wife, and Nate has to learn to open up to the mark... and to Sophie.
The Leverage team goes back to college to track down homeless veterans in the Boston area.
The Leverage guys come to the aid of a friend, Hurley ("The 12-Step Job"), who gets caught in a three-way drug deal gone bad.
Parker recruits Sophie and Tara to help her when a thief goes after her friend Peggy. a theft that relates to an international conspiracy at the Venezuelan Consulate.
The team tries to bring down the crooked CEO of a greeting card company by posing as efficiency consultants, but have to work around a camera crew filming a documentary on American small businesses.