Neal and Peter track a talented artist forging sculptures, while still tracking down Ellen's evidence box. Check out the best quotes from White Collar "The Original." http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/best-white-collar-quotes-from-the-original-22894.aspx more
While we're back to another case of the week for Neal and Peter, there's significant progress made as a new boss finally arrives for Peter and Neal's father returns.
The episode opens with Mozzie conducting surveillance near the Empire State Buildin more
White Collar is ever " The Original ," but this week it got to head back to its roots a little bit when Neal and Peter investigated a sculpture forgery.
Jeff Blatchnik (or should we call him Bellamier?) was no match for Neal Caffrey. Though don't us more
In this episode of White Collar , called “The Original,” Peter and Neal finally get on the same page about searching for the evidence box, while catching an artist trying to sell fake sculptures, and dealing with a new director. This episode had a lot of more
Peter and Elizabeth planned to " Shoot the Moon ," but their plans got interrupted when Bonnie and Clyde swooped in to steal their vehicle and kidnapped them instead.
White Collar played more like a love story than a procedural this week, and that's wh more
In this episode of White Collar , called “Shoot the Moon,” Peter and Elizabeth try to get away for a romantic weekend and end up kidnapped by thieves who want to reenact Bonnie and Clyde. I am so tempted to talk about the last minute of this episode firs more
Peter and Neal are still separately tracking the key when Mozzie brings them a case involving taxi cabs and a jazz club. Check out the best quotes from White Collar "Empire City." http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/best-white-collar-quotes-from-empire-city more
White Collar classed it up this week, as Neal and Peter tracked down a felon selling fake taxi medallions on " Empire City ."
I’ve never seen Mozzie in a more appropriate work setting than in a cab. It has everything he needs: mobility, anonymity and g more