In the Red was yet another fine, entertaining episode that kept the second season's strong start going.
A few things though: First of all, the tape. I've said this before and I'll probably continue to say it again, but this series would be better off without the ongoing arcs. It's not going to happen, if only because that's not how USA rolls, but more than any other series, White Collar works best when its characters are just sitting around chatting. Burn Notice might have better cases and procedural elements, but I could watch Bomer, DeKay, Atklins and Thomason banter in a well-lit room for 42 minutes each week with ease. But more than that, the story here with Kate, Fowler or any other shady people in the shadows is simply not interesting. What are the implications for Neal Caffrey if he finds out who killed Kate? Will that knowledge not allow him to be a FBI liaison? How will it really re-shade his past? I'm fairly confident the answer to those last two questions is not reallyÂ and not at all.Â So outside of the network directive that makes audiences feel like they resomething around the corner, this is all so useless and false.
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