Few things are as awkward as running into an ex, but in the world of White Collar it's basically the opposite: It's straight-up thrilling! See, in real life we tend to run into our exes in unglamorous places, like at grocery store, and we're probably dres more
A lot of things that don't normally happen on White Collar happened on tonight's episode.
Peter ropes Diana into spying on Sam (and thus Neal) ... and is completely honest and transparent about it.
Mozzie, upset about Neal's dealings with Sam, s more
In my mind, it's official: the Alex and Neal shipping should be " Ancient History ."
If White Collar knows anything about making it clear that two people should not be together, Alex's blatant manipulation of both the situation and Neal were all the pr more
In tonight’s episode of White Collar , there’s a whole lot of playing going on and we find out that testifying in court is very much like running a con. When we start the episode, Peter is ready to wrap up an old case. All he has to do is testi more
If there was ever a time I questioned the solvency of White Collar's momentum, tonights' episode put some plot lines in " Compromising Positions ."
Between the renewed suspicions forming between Peter and Neal, to the literally speechless moment that f more
Last week's episode of White Collar was a fairly standard art heist plotline but represented something of a watershed for this show: Diana has an inner life too! Most procedurals tend to suffer from a lack of character work, so it can be a breath of fresh more
White Collar continued its winning streak of smart, sophisticated and gripping episodes in its fourth season. No one can ever accuse this show of suffering an " Identity Crisis ."
From Mozzie's uncompromisable belief in the idea of his parent's being s more
In tonight’s episode of White Collar , called “Identity Crisis,” Mozzie gets to play his favorite game in the world: Conspiracy Spy Theory. Turns out our dear Mozzie and June have been going to storage unit auctions and finding ways more