I guess the whole point of this episode was to show us we wouldn’t need to worry Sophie and Nate were gone, that, no matter how hard the case was going to be, that the three of them could handle it as long as they were together, that they are grown enough to make things work and are capable of giving each other courage even in the scariest of situations.
And in the end, somehow, that made me feel better.
“Now I know you children don’t play well with others but I need you to hold it together for exactly seven more minutes. Now get to the elevator and head down. We’re going to do the Burn Scam.”
This is the Burn Scam. It’s kind of very Derren Brown. The whole idea is if you don’t want somebody to look at you or pay attention to you, make it socially awkward for them to do so. — John Rogers
leverage (eliot/parker/hardison) → emotions [asked by gusilux]
Candlelight picnic under the stars?
hardison, you have to make it through this.