Vioplex is a pain killer produced by Pallogen. It is identical in formula to another drug created by Pallogen, HT1 – a drug that killed numerous test subjects by causing liver failures. Pallogen, although fully aware of the drug’s fatal nature, planned to market it anyway, since the profits to be made dwarfed anpotential fine or court settlement it might cost them.
Fortunately, the involvement of the Leverage team in this case prevented the drug from ever being sold, and bankrupted Pallogen into the bargain.
Related Drugs: Fastlife
Fastlife is an all-natural, legal stimulant created by Quint Herbal Supplements, with extensive R&D support from elements of Earnshaw Pharmaceutical. Unfortunately for everyone involved, it turned out that Fastlife caused heart attacks among some users, which led to a court case directed against Quint, the founder of the company bearing his name.
Earnshaw’s money tried to keep this killing drug on the shelves, but the involvement of the Leverage Consulting and Associates team managed to defeat them.
Related Drugs: Vioplex
What could be more fun than having tv’s two premier teams of con artists go head to head? How about the old friend of both teams who’s playing both sides against the middle?
It would be quite easy to crossover Burn Notice and Leverage – both shows have such similar goals: to help the little guy against the rich and powerful. Realistically, they’re both modern versions of the Robin Hood story, although that’s a thought for another time.