“That room is where the fan fiction comes true. You must never look in that room. DO NOT EVEN LOOK AT THE DOOR!”
— John Rogers [X]
Leverage 30 Day Challenge | Day 20: Favorite “Let’s go steal a —” moment
What is marriage? Is it running around rooftops in Paris? No. It’s hard work.
Leverage | THE BRIDESMAIDS JOB
Nate and Sophie get married, fuck catering Eliot will cook everything, and Parker, Tara and Maggie are bridesmaids. At some point INTERPOL turns up (headed up by Sterling and his group of hot female agents of course), and the wedding dress goes missing so Parker, Tara and Maggie have to find some way to steal it back. Setting includes the rooftops of Paris.
You guys are the most honorable people I have ever met in my life. You’ve become my family, my only family. I won’t forget that.
tv meme | ended shows → leverage
leverage + happy times That family dynamic is so strong — it’s heart-wrenching how much we care about each other and the strength that we have as a team. It’s really come to a head in the end. This is really it, this is where they’ve all arrived. They can’t live without each other basically because they are essentially a team.
“So I don’t know if any of you watch this little shindig we call Leverage but me and missy here got a thing going on. This is the cream in my coffee.” — Aldis Hodge
“Let’s go steal a planet.”
AU MEME → LEVERAGE IN SPACE → for copsandwriters
You understand this is a soap commercial, right?
I love how their relationship developed into the opposite of this in season 4 though, like they just became this ridiculous 20-something privileged fuck-ups (xoxo, grifter bitch) when they started to bone each other. You thought they were going to have a normal adult relationship: WRONG. Nope. False. FRIENDS WITH BENNIES. Humiliating each other on mockumentaries. Withholding sex to prove a point. THE CHOCOLATE WHISPERER. COUNT CHOCULA. Worst step-parents. Most likely to condone stabbing—just not on Wednesday. Most likely to compliment stealing a country via smart phone. Most likely to have a very distinctive smell. Most likely to brainwash their own family. Most likely to fake girlfriend’s death. Most likely to own a cave. Most likely to trade gunshot wounds per season. One of them went to seminary school, but ended up with a degree in Statistics, the other steals royal titles for a living, and a gave the worst production of The Sound of Music—it made people root for the Nazis. Don’t be fooled, this is not the serious adult relationship you are looking for.
I guess the whole point of this episode was to show us we wouldn’t need to worry Sophie and Nate were gone, that, no matter how hard the case was going to be, that the three of them could handle it as long as they were together, that they are grown enough to make things work and are capable of giving each other courage even in the scariest of situations.
And in the end, somehow, that made me feel better.
Eliot x Distinctive Things
Sophie: How’s she’s doing?
Nate: Apparently dealing with some thieves.
Sophie: Baby bird is learning how to fly.
Leverage 5x08 - The Broken Wing Job