jmward14 (jmward14) wrote,
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Laughing madly at tonight's Leverage

They set two scenes in the Pentagon: one in a gorgeous "conference room" with a circular mezzanine, colored marble columns and big, crystal clear windows; and a similarly well-appointed office.  ROFLOLLMAOWTIME  Though, in all fairness, the nasty yellow film overlaying all the windows probably wouldn't broadcast very well.  And then there are the access gaffes--how folks get into the building and gain access to high ranking officers.  *snerk*  Oh a detailed knowledge of a setting is a very dangerous thing.
Cheers and snickers,
Jean Marie

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