White Collar “Family Business” Season 4 Episode 11

White Collar  “Family Business” Season 4 Episode 11  airs Tuesday, January 22 on USA Network (9-10 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis : Neal targets an Irish mobster involved in counterfeiting whiskey and attempts to uncover the truth about his father’s crime. READ MORE...

'White Collar': Neal Gets Answers From Sam

" White Collar " returned with a new mission for Neal and the gang. He finally got some answers out of Sam -- who turned out to be his dad James Bennett, not so dead after all. While James admitted that he was a dirty cop, he was never the cop killer Neal and his mother had always believed. He had been framed by the Flynn mob family he'd been working for. "The only way to protect everyone was to confess and turn state’s evidence against the Flynns," he explained to Neal. "The marshalls immediately pulled you and your mother into witness protection." He'd intended to join them in witness protection, but by then Neal's mother had filed for divorce. "I don’t blame her. She thought I was a cop killer," he said. But, Sam said there is evidence that could clear his name. It was in a box that his former police partner Ellen had, only now that she's dead, that could take some work to find it. In other worse, the challenge is laid down for the back half of Season 4. Find out how they solve this conundrum as "White Collar" continues on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EST on USA. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

'White Collar': Treat Williams on Playing Neal Caffrey's Father

Tonight White Collar fans finally got acquainted with Neal Caffrey's enigmatic father, James Bennett, played by Treat Williams. The actor knows a thing or two about playing TV dads, after taking on...

'White Collar' Season 4 winter premiere: What did you think?

"White Collar" returned Tuesday night (Jan. 22), picking up right where Neal finds out Sam Phelps is really his father, James Bennett. What did you think?We thought the father-son storyline was handled beautifully. James was obviously in a lot of pain about having to leave his son so many years ago and the awkwardness about finding each other once again was palpable. It was also nice to see Peter facilitate a dinner between them, as Neal's pseudo-father. The Case of the Week was a lot of fun, counterfeiting the whiskey. We didn't even know that was a thing. And it nicely set up the over-arching mystery of who killed Dennis Flynn and who really got James to confess to the cop's murder because his family was being threatened. We figured that was the only logical explanation for why he would have confessed. Who do you think is behind it all?The last scene between James and...

'White Collar' Season 4: Where We Left Off

White Collar season 4 starts back up on Tuesday, January 22, but if you're having a hard time remembering what happened last summer, here's a quick and easy guide to help you catch up before watching the mid-season premiere. WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the first half of season 4.

‘White Collar’ Season 4 Trailer: Is Neal Looking For Revenge? [Video]

White Collar ‘s mid-season finale dropped  a bombshell  on fans when Neal (Matt Bomer ) discovered that Sam (Treat Williams), the man he thought was simply a family friend, is in fact his father. Expect more twists to come as season four  continues this winter on USA. The new trailer (check it out below) reveals that Sam might not be such a great influence on his son, as Neal’s quest for answers puts him up against some formidable foes. “Neal may not make it out of this one,” Peter (Tim DeKay) warns…although fans probably shouldn’t be too worried since USA recently renewed  White Collar  for a  fifth season . READ MORE...

'White Collar' Season 4 winter premiere: Get the tissues and 5 more things to look forward to

"White Collar" returns for the back half of Season 4 in just a few short weeks on USA. Here are six fun tidbits to look forward to when the show comes back:The episode, titled "Family Business," picks up right where the summer finale left off, so don't worry about not getting to see Neal confront his father (guest star Treat Williams).Elizabeth gets to do a little save-the-day act, which is always fun. We love when Elle gets involved in the case of the week.There are flashbacks to when Neal was a kid and we get the full story about what went down with his mother, father, Ellen and the frame-up (pictured below).For the case of the week, which ties into the overarching story, Neal and Mozzie get to go undercover as booze counterfeiters, which we didn't even know was a thing. Better check that liquor cabinet...Peter makes Neal drink pickle juice to cure a hangover....