Leverage

Season 5 Episode 2

The Blue Line Job

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jul 22, 2012 on TNT
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Episode Summary

The team takes on a hockey team owner that will stop at nothing--including injuring his own players--to get what he wants.

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  • The Blue Line Job

    10
    I am not a hockey fan at all! I liked this episode. Was good from the beginning to the end!
  • The Blue Line Job

    7.5
    Not a big fan of hockey, but I liked this Leverage episode today. A good, easy to follow storyline, and a nice, funny Russian character played by Sophie. Had me entertained from start to finish, and much better than the season premiere.

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Nate: It's sort of like the fear of having to fight one of them is what keeps everything cool.
      Parker: Oh! Schelling's Theory of Rational Deterrence. (everyone stares) The Cold War?
      Nate: That's actually, terrifying, exactly right.

    • Craig: But until you have a family, I would never expect you to understand.
      Eliot: Yeah, you're right. I got no family. Not like you mean. But I had brothers. I had a lot of 'em. I didn't know all their names--not all of 'em--but I knew their faces and I knew their rank. And I did things that I didn't want to do because they counted on me--bad things for good reasons. And you know what I learned? Bad choices are bad choices. Didn't matter why you made them. And they tear you apart from the inside out. And you don't even notice.

    • Sophie: You having a staring contest with a turtle?
      Nate: No, I just won a staring contest with a turtle.
      Sophie: Is it weird that I find that oddly attractive?

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Hardison: Soylent Green is people.
      Referencing the 1973 science fiction movie of the same name, based on Harry Harrison's 1966 novel Make Room! Make Room! It is set in the year 2022 and shows Earth as suffering from overpopulation and the destruction of many natural resources. the plot of the movie involve a detective investigating the case of murdered businessman who produces "Soylent Green," an increasingly rare foodstuff that turns out to be made from recycled human beings.

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