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Leverage season 5←Leverage season 4
Air weekdate:Tuesday Cast:Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Aldis Hodge, Beth Riesgraf, Kari Matchett, Jeri Ryan, Mark Sheppard, Elisabetta Canalis Genre:Action, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Mystery Channel:TNT (US) Status:Ended
The team Nathan Ford (Timothy Hutton) problems are increasing. The psychological Nateâ€™s condition didnâ€™t improve. Among their upcoming jobs, they will target a public relations expert (guest star Michael Gladis) who protects his clients by destroying the lives of anyone who gets in their way; a millionaire who pays to have himself moved up on a heart-transplant waiting list; a woman who profits from peopleâ€™s grief through a funeral scam; a big corporation out to bury potato farmers; and a group trying to kill a World War II veteran (guest star Danny Glover) who allegedly has a very rare Van Gogh painting. In addition, the team will once again face their nemesis, insurance-investigator-turned-InterPOL-agent Jim Sterling (guest star Mark Sheppard). They will also discover that someone has been spying on their activities, although the nature of the culpritâ€™s agenda is a mystery.
Leverage season 5 episodes list:
As the team adjusts to their new home of Portland, Oregon, they take on the case of a corrupt airline executive who has a strong obsession with Howard Hughes and his Spruce Goose, which is now on exhibit in a museum.
The "enforcer" of a minor league hockey team may die if he brawls again, so the Leverage crew must steal his team from its unscrupulous owner.
An entrepreneur, who has made his fortune by stealing his subordinates' ideas, must be convinced by the team that he has made contact with aliens.
The team infiltrates a cooking school run by an old friend of Eliot's and whose owner is involved in smuggling truffles; Parker looks for passion in the arts.
When a cheerleader is injured through corporate negligence, Parker takes over the role of the cheerleading squad's disgraced coach while the other members of the Leverage team attempt to get safety legislation passed in Congress.
Agent McSweeten, who still thinks that Parker and Hardison are undercover FBI, asks the team to look into the case that obsesses his dying father: the 1971 plane hijacking by D. B. Cooper.
The team plans to get their client's money back by selling their mark the vintage car of his dreams. But because the mark also plans to testify against the Mob, he's been placed in Witness Protection/Relocation and is being closely guarded by a U.S. Marshal.
While nursing an injury, Parker comes across the planning of a crime and must recruit a reluctant waitress (Aarti Mann) to aid her in figuring out the plot. Meanwhile the rest of the team is in Japan on another job.
After finishing a job in Washington with Parker and Hardison, Eliot gets a call from an old employer that leads him to deduce that a terror attack is imminent. Only the three of them, with the help of an old Army colleague of Eliot's, can stop it.
With the other three team members still in Washington, Sophie sneaks off (soon followed by Nate) to the mansion of a recently deceased art collector, where a mysterious painting by a modern master will be publicly shown for the first time. When the painting turns up missing, Sophie and Nate must help Sterling solve a classic mystery to stop him from pinning the crime on them.
Eliot takes a personal interest in the threat posed to a small town by a new mega-store. The crew tries a variety of approaches to foil the plans of an ambitious corporate representative and keep the store from opening.
A young industrialist seems bent on destroying the company his grandfather built, and the town it supports. To find out why, the team attempts the rarely (if ever) achieved "White Rabbit" con, which puts the mark through a series of simulated dreams.
To investigate a suspicious death at a winery, the team tries to get at the new owner through his wine collection.
To prevent a CEO from placing an unsafe toy on the market, the team creates a craze for a competing toy.
Nate puts everything on the line for himself and his team when he takes on a case that is connected to his son's death.