White Collar “Most Wanted” Review – Things Just Got Real

In tonight’s episode of White Collar, called "Most Wanted," Neal Caffrey is exactly that – the most wanted man on the little island where he thought he was safe. Once Collins has Neal in his hot little hands he figures that the wily criminal will always figure out a way to escape as long as he’s got two working legs, so he shoots Neal to take away one of them.

At that moment, I felt like White Collar suddenly got real. In fact, it seems like nearly all of USA’s shows have been cranked up a notch this season and I gotta say that I’m liking it a lot. The only beef I’ve usually ever had with USA shows, especially those about cops, FBI agents and the like, is that they weren’t quite gritty enough for my taste. Shooting Neal Caffrey, even if it was only in the leg and hardly life-threatening, upped the stakes for me.

Neal of course does get away, thanks to the combined efforts of Mozzie and Peter. I always like it when those two get to work together and seeing them both so worried about Neal was great. I wasn’t sure how we were going to get back to the point where Neal was in New York again and working for the FBI, but then they discovered that Dobbs was really a wanted fugitive and poof, suddenly Peter had the leverage he needed to get Neal back where he belongs. Read More...



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