Re: RARA-AVIS: intertextuality on Leverage

From: James Michael Rogers (
Date: 26 Aug 2009

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    I believe that the meth labs are only dangerously unstable at one point in the process, though many of the precursors may be flammable or explosive on their own.


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      From: Mark Sullivan
      To: rara-avis
      Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2009 21:29
      Subject: RARA-AVIS: intertextuality on Leverage

      References on tonight's Leverage:
      They go into an office claiming to be detectives. Their names? Marlowe and Archer.
      The leader of a competing team is named Stark, who created Parker, which is the name of the (female) thief on their team.
      Now I'm watching Dark Blue. They just took down a house that was a meth lab. They finished by shooting the place up. Wouldn't that have sparked an explosion that would blow up the house? I thought meth labs were highly flammable, only took a spark to go up.

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