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Season 5 Episode 11

The Low Low Price Job

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 27, 2012 on TNT

Episode Fan Reviews (5)

out of 10
51 votes
  • GREAT!! But how did it end? Cablevision cut the ending off my recording, as usual!!!

    I LOVE Leverage! This 11/27/12 one was great! BUT thanks to my Optimum/Cablevision the last 1 minute was cut off when I recorded it!! They always cut short my recordings of the last minute!!! :( Did anything else happen after Elloit's 2nd knock on the door besides his leaving a 6-pack????? THANKS to anyone who will fill in the missing minute. Cablevision ended my recording without showing the last few moments, as usual!!! BOO Cablevision.
  • i love this show but..

    what happened in this episode? why was the background music on all the time and why didn't it sound like background music ? it was really annoying actually!
  • Pause on Eliot. Fade to black.

    In answer to the fan who asked what happened after Eliot knocked on his father's door and left the six-pack of beer, it basically ends there. Eliot steps off the porch, the camera focuses on his face and he looks a little sad, then it fades to black. The End. I found this story a little slow moving after the frenetic pace of the last episode, "The Frame Up Job", but we do guess from Eliot's hints to his co-worker at the store that his dad also ran a mom and pop store in a small town. And, we see what could be the beginnings of a budding romance between him and his client.
  • The Low Price Job

    A nice ripped from the headlines episode as the Leverage team took out a Wal-Mart esque store, but we also had a nice little side storyline where we learned a little bit more about the usually serious Eliot.

    An intriguing episode, one that was relatable, and even amusing at times.
  • really?

    I definitely see going after the crooked inspectors/officials and the Valuemore people handing out bribes but they seem to be working of a 'small is better than big' bias which is ironic since originally 'the team' used to work jobs solo...

    Super stores are not usually awesome for their employees but the 'mom and pop' stores are not what the public image suggests -they have no obligation to provide healthcare, they employ far fewer people, their prices are significantly higher, they have little oversight, their stock range is immensely smaller and the cherry on top is that your job security is pretty low.

    Lame and one sided plot is lame and one sided.
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