It’s just Hardison, Parker and Eliot (Christian Kane), doing their own thing for an episode.
An investment banker with a large number of addictions, he steals from a charity in a flawed attempt at helping them, making himself the target of one of Leverage's cons.I want to know what his aspirations are when he’s not trying to help other people, but when he’s trying to help himself. The best part about wanting that and not having gotten that answer is that we have plenty more seasons worth of questions to be answered, and plenty more good material that we can address. If you collected all of the outtakes from all of the seasons, she’d beat everybody out. Hardison is just going to keep getting better and better. So, when I do see people like Brit Marling getting things done, it lets me know that it’s possible. ” For some reason, I think that I’m not doing enough work.I want to know a little bit more about him, as an individual. Since you guys are something of a family, after a few seasons now, who’s the goofiest on set and who’s the most serious? But, I want people to see me in different kinds of roles, so they know that I’m still here, putting in my work. Is it inspiring to you to see young filmmakers like that, who are getting movies done themselves? People are like, “You’re on a series right now,” but I’m always like, “Yeah, but I can do more!” I’m glad we could finally answer that for the audience ‘cause they’ve been waiting and I think they deserve that step. Beth [Riesgraf] called me one day while she was on set shooting.But, it’s fun because it adds a new element to Hardison and Parker (Beth Riesgraf), as far as them being teammates, and then also as lovers. Were you able to develop any fun pet names for each other, over the season? Unfortunately, I missed the call, but she was like, “Hey, what do we call each other on set?Do you think it’s always important to have those sorts of shake-ups, to keep things fresh for both you and the viewers? I love my job, simply because we can keep things fresh, all the time. For us, as actors, it keeps us interested in our jobs and it keeps us coming back to work, every day. What’s it like to finally have the pay-off for the Hardison-Parker relationship? It’s good, but I think the pay-off is more for our audience because they’ve been waiting for so long.