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The episode opened with Nate meeting with Latimer where Latimer told him that after Nate declined the job he hired Nate’s father who appeared to now be stuck inside the patent office he broke into.


Nate attempted to go by himself to rescue his father, not telling them why he was trying to do the job alone. The team would not let him and tagged along. The team worked out getting in and out except that at every turn something they were not expecting would happen. 


After some quick thinking Nate managed to get the entire team and his father out the back exit while the police were coming in the front down. However, his father snuck away. Nate figured out that they were being manipulated by someone else. 


Nate tried to warn his father, but his father walked into the trap anyway trying to keep Nate safe. Just as Nate and the team got to the warehouse Jimmy was in the entire place blew up. 

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I would recommend iMac over MacBook. You lose the ease of potbatiliry, but really the iMac is only 20-25 pounds, depending on the screen size. So if you had to move it, you could. It's not like it's a full-on desktop. But I wouldn't want to bring it with me everyday.And I'm assuming most of the freelancers would want to stay at home to save on office rent, so would therefore not need to move the computer often.Which brings me to the next argument(s) for iMac: way more bang for your buck.Twice the screen size: comes in handy whether print or web.Twice the USB ports: for that printer, scanner, and external harddrive you suggested, plus all of your other goodies that you may already have like digital camera or Wacom tablet.Twice the harddrive space: base model comparisons here, with no upgrade.Easy RAM upgrade slot: MacBooks are one-shell now, unless you go with the whiteBook. So adding RAM will be more difficult than an iMac, which has a little flip-door much like a TV remote's battery chamber.And, if you want the Apple Protection Plan (which I prefer, like Nate), you're seriously only spending $120 more on the total price.Oh, and you'll need the beefier surge protector with the battery thing, because when the power goes out, the iMac turns off. But that battery-surge protector can't be $120 more than a regular one. And if it is, you still have all of the bonuses (boni?) listed above.I'm personally looking to purchase an iMac before I graduate because my iBook (pre-Intel) is approaching 4 years and will be soon outdated. I'll still keep it to make up for the lack of potbatiliry from the iMac though.

Leverage Season 4 Episode 17 Quotes

Why ya'll always pushing me off of stuff. Don't I get a vote? I vote NO!


Eliot: What does Latimer want at the patent office?
Hardison: What doesn't he want, cure for the common cold, warp drive, the water engine?