Nothing's more dangerous than the confused when they think they know something.

— Tobey Earnshaw

After one of Parker's aliases (Alice White) is called for jury duty, Nate forces her to attend to learn how to follow instructions and consider other people. While there, she notices some strange things at the trial. It seems someone is trying to buy a favorable verdict, but not if the Leverage team can steal it first.

The ClientsEdit

  • Gloria Vargas

The MarksEdit

The ConEdit


  • Alice White (Parker): This character became the first long-term alias used by Parker.
  • Olivia Smyth-Patel (Sophie)
  • Joseph Miller (Hardison), an attorney

Episode NotesEdit

  • In addition to Alice White, the members of the jury are:
  • Peggy Milbank: A nutritionist who befriends Parker.
  • Andrew Higgins: The jury foreman removed after Parker fakes a theft.
  • Gretchen Meyer
  • Charlie O'Flanders
  • Patricia Beston: An older woman, who has not seen her family in years.
  • Bobby Sweeney
  • Owen Keller
  • Craig Avelar
  • Gwynne Evans
  • Collette Wilson
  • Trevor Darne
  • Alexis Fletcher (Alternate)
  • Paul Richards (Alternate)
  • In this episode, Eliot mentions that he plays chess, but in The Queen's Gambit Job, he questions its status as an Olympic sport.


  • Former Star Trek: The Next Generation stars Jonathan Frakes, the episode's director, and Brent Spiner (William Quint) along with Armin Shimerman from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, reunite in this episode.
  • Timothy Hutton (Nate Ford) and Lauren Holly (Tobey Earnshaw) previously worked together in the 1996 movie, "Beautiful Girls".
  • The chess piece that Earnshaw picks up while contemplating the trial appears to be a clear knight. Assuming the clear pieces are representative of the white side, this plays into the motif of Nate as either a black king or a white knight.

Episode Media Edit

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