White Collar

White Collar – Borrowed Time

by Alan Rapp on November 10, 2014

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White Collar - Borrowed Time

White Collar begins its final season by picking up the pieces of last season’s cliffhanger. The reveal of who took Neal (Matt Bomer) and why is a bit disappointing (honestly, the man’s plan to kidnap Neal and make him a fugitive in order to retrieve something in the FBI’s possession which he can no longer accomplish is pretty shotty thinking). However, the man’s need of a big score opens up a new door for Neal setting the stage for the show’s final season and the remaining days of Neal’s work for the FBI.

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White Collar – Diamond Exchange

by Alan Rapp on February 1, 2014

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White Collar - Diamond Exchange

As the show itself has pointed out, Neal‘s (Matt Bomer) attempt at reform means nothing until the power is put entirely in his hands, his anklet is removed, and the choice to go legitimate or return to his life of crime is put in his hands and his hands alone. Leading into the final commercial break of White Collar‘s Fifth Season’s finale (which if you are counting is one full year longer than Neal’s actual sentence) it appeared for an instant the show was ready to force some hard choices on Neal and Peter (Tim DeKay) as both had achieved everything they could have hoped for through their partnership. And in the last five minutes everything quickly falls apart as the show sets up one of its trademark cliffhangers leading into next season and what I expect, after a couple of episodes tying up loose ends, will be the return of the status quo.

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White Collar – Taking Stock

by Alan Rapp on January 26, 2014

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White Collar - Taking Stock

When a client calls looking for Rebecca (Bridget Regan) it means an importunity for Diana (Marsha Thomason) to get back in the field and for Neal (Matt Bomer) to sit down with the assassin who conned him. As Diana goes undercover it allows Mozzie (Willie Garson) to spend a little time with his namesake, her baby Theodore. Aside from being a terrific babysitter, Mozzie’s time with Theo will also lead to him make a huge discovery concerning the diamond leading into next week’s season finale.

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  • Title: White Collar – Shot Through the Heart
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White Collar - Shot Through the Heart

As Neal‘s (Matt Bomer) struggles to deal with the fact the woman he loves is nothing more than the perfectly-created profile created by a thief and murderer with her own agenda, and is forced to continue the relationship rather than tipping the FBI’s hand, Peter (Tim DeKay)and his team search for a way to bring Rebecca (Bridget Regan) down for the murders of both David Seigel (Warren Kole) and The Dutchman‘s (Mark Sheppard).

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White Collar – Live Feed

by Alan Rapp on January 11, 2014

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White Collar - Live Feed

As Peter (Tim DeKay) contemplates taking a promotion to Washington D.C. he still struggles to come to terms with Neal‘s (Matt Bomer) latest deception and the unsolved murder of David Seigel (Warren Kole). The Dutchman‘s (Mark Sheppard) blackmail of Neal continues as as Hagen kidnaps Rebecca (Bridget Regan) as further incentive to force Neal to deliver the stained glass pieces. Despite making the trade Hagen refuses to release the new girl in Caffrey’s life until Neal and Mozzie (Willie Garson) solve the mystery the codex unlocks.

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