Season 4 Episode 13

The Girls Night Out Job

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Dec 11, 2011 on TNT
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Episode Summary


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.

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  • Sexy Parker

    Man, Parker shure knows how to work this coctail-dress, awesome figure, delicious
  • Third Time's The Charm

    The show is great. If you can't understand that, then you're an idiot and you shouldn't watch it. Last week's episode was great. It was incredibly complicated but made to look simple. That is the genius of "Leverage," and of Nathan Ford. Great acting, great chemistry. Great everything. Open a fuckin' 3rd grade grammar workbook people. At least before you start bashing on the masters. Learn to rise to the role of servant at least.moreless
  • not bad

    Getting back on track after terrible last week. This one had a great potential, girls running the show and it could have been really great but turned out a bit flat, Either direction or the script did not work. But it was great to see Jerry Ryan again here. she is fab.
  • The Girls Night Out Job

    "The Girls Night Out Job" was worse than last week's episode which I did not trash, but many did. There was just no consistency, there was nothing entertaining about the drivel they called dialogue tonight, and while the title of the episode should have been an indicator that we would not have seen too much from the male characters, we did need more than we got because we needed it.

    Sorry, I did not like it.moreless
  • Back on track!

    Last week's episode was a bit of a downer for me, I couldn't even finish it, is was so boring. This week the show is back on track with an interesting turn where it's just the girls doing all the work! Very cool to have Tara back for an episode. I wonder what the boys were up to that night...
Lisa Schurga

Lisa Schurga


Guest Star

Val Landrum

Val Landrum

Lt. Grayson

Guest Star

Roberto Sanchez

Roberto Sanchez

Octavio Escobar

Guest Star

Jeri Ryan

Jeri Ryan

Tara Cole

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Eliot: (to Nate) Living in your own head. The only conversation you have is with your own crew. That ain't right.
      Hardison: Yeah, name one person you can have a conversation with who isn't on this team.
      All: And don't say Maggie!

    • Hardison: I don't know if you've ever experienced this, but have you ever seen, like, a robot bleed out oil? It's so... emotional.

    • Sophie: Oh, come on. Your father had a poker game for 30 years. Police, criminals at the same table. This is good for you.
      Nate: Yes, I want to be like my father. Good insight, Sophie.
      Eliot: Nice.

    • Parker: She moved to Boston last year, so we've been doing brunch and other normal-people stuff.
      Sophie: And we're very proud of you.
      Parker: For having brunch? Well, it's not hard. There are forks.

    • Eliot: Look, I got my buddies that were in the service. Hell, even Hardison's got his little Internet friends. They're all elves and gnomes, but...
      Hardison: They're orcs. They're orcs. You just don't listen.

    • Tara: I got so many lies, I have to store them on my phone.
      Sophie: The lament of the grifter--who really knows us?

    • Sophie: How do we defuse it?
      Tara: You're asking me?
      Sophie: You were in the Army!
      Tara: You stole paintings, that doesn't mean you know how to draw!

  • NOTES (2)


    • Tara: What are you, the Wardrobe Whisperer?
      Referencing The Dog Whisperer, a TV show in which Cesar Millan goes to people's houses and helps them solve their dogs' behavioral problems.