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    Re: Leverage

    Parker, Hardison, Eliot=OT3. I love Tim and Gina too, but my fave characeters are the OT3 as I fondly refer to them.

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    It competes with other shows I am watching (True Blood and Drop Dead Diva).... but I am thinking of dropping TB and picking up Leverage. Maybe I will get caught up on this show online, and then put it back on my DVR and drop HBO - TB. I did not like the dynamics of the team when Jeri was on, but if that has changed and the old team is back in full swing..... you've peaked my interest and I should check it out. Thanks for the reminder!
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    you can always DvR a later showing.. thats what i do.. so i dont miss anything!
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    Re: Leverage

    Last night's episode, "The Three Card Monte Job," was a pearl among pearls. Tom Skerritt was fantastic Nate's dad; he and Tim Hutton played against each other magnificently. Gina, Beth, Christian, and Aldis were all at the top of their game, and the writing was superb. I suspect we haven't seen the last of Jimmy Ford.
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    Re: Leverage

    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel;4031352;
    Last night's episode, "The Three Card Monte Job," was a pearl among pearls. Tom Skerritt was fantastic Nate's dad; he and Tim Hutton played against each other magnificently. Gina, Beth, Christian, and Aldis were all at the top of their game, and the writing was superb. I suspect we haven't seen the last of Jimmy Ford.
    I agree. Tom Skerritt just seems to get better with age. This is my favorite show on right now. I even got my daughter watching it, and she never watches television.
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