This probably would have been better suited as a two hour episode, paired up with last week's show. It wasn't bad, as it did wrap up some key storylines and set the stage for the summer season, but it was not as good as I had anticipated it to be.
There were some good scenes, including a really powerful and emotional flashback to Nathan Ford on the day of his son's death. The ongoing Parker and Alec Hardison relationship circling is one of the more interesting elements of the show, but the latter was not as funny as he usually was.
Leverage may not be as great as some make it out to be but I am certainly going to miss my weekly dosage of getting ready to get even.