[ID: 9 gifs from different episodes of Leverage focusing on Sophie, a white woman with long, dark hair; and Parker, a white woman with long, blonde hair.
1: Sophie reaches across Nate, a white man with short, dark hair, to check Parker's forehead temperature, while Parker leans in to meet her hand. Nate puts his hand up between them.
2: Parker and Sophie talk on the phone. Parker, hiding under a counter, says, "I will not be fine. I stabbed that guy with a fork!" Sophie, sitting in a crowded bar, says, "Parker, Parker, relax. It's fine."
3: Parker reaches out and pulls a shocked Sophie into a tight hug.
4: Parker and Sophie sit at a bar. Parker looks angry and squeezes the beer bottle she's holding so tightly it shatters in her grip. Sophie shakes her head slightly and looks away, saying, "You need to talk to him."
5: Parker and Sophie look at each other, both teary-eyed. Sophie smiles and Parker nods at her slightly.
6: Parker smiles and says, "I feel alive when I'm jumping off a building." Sophie smiles back and says, "Well, maybe that's why they call it falling in love."
7: Parker and Sophie stand in a stairwell. Parker grabs Sophie to connect their climbing harnesses and pulls her so close their noses touch.
8: Sophie speaks to someone offscreen and says, "Sure! [Parker's door code] is my real name."
9: Parker reaches out to Sophie and pokes her in the arm. Sophie looks confusedly at Parker's hand while she does this.
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