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Episode 16: Under the Radar

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by Lucy
Aug 10, 2016 11:42AM EDT
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Season 2 proves that White Collar is definitely one of the best written crime dramas out there, and at 16 episodes per series, means that there’s no fillers, and the pacing is just right :) Lots of excitement in the series 2 finale, kidnapping, bombs, treasure, codes, romance and Mozzie being Mozzie it was excellent. I would’ve loved the finale to be an hour long as it did feel a teeny bit rushed squeezing everything into 42 minutes. But all the characters in White Collar are written with a lot of depth, especially Neal and Peter - it was great to see those two thinking and working together in life or death situations. The finale pottered along very nicely, managing to wrap up a number of story arcs (Kate’s story, Alex’s past and the music box) whilst leaving several new threads of story satisfyingly dealt with but still very much open for series 3 to explore including Sarah/Neal, Adler’s lasting manipulations and the main issue - what sort of man is Caffery now? Has the FBI changed him to be an honest man, or is the old conman still in control? There’s always a large twist at the end of each series of White Collar, and once again I didn’t guess it!
Season 2 proves that White Collar is definitely one of the best written crime dramas out there, and at 16 episodes per series, means that there’s no fillers, and the pacing is just right :) Lots of excitement in the series 2 finale, kidnapping, bombs, treasure, codes, romance and Mozzie being Mozzie it was excellent. I would’ve loved the finale to be an hour long as it did feel a teeny bit rushed squeezing everything into 42 minutes. But all the characters in White Collar are written with a lot of depth, especially Neal and Peter - it was great to see those two thinking and working together in life or death situations. The finale pottered along very nicely, managing to wrap up a number of story arcs (Kate’s story, Alex’s past and the music box) whilst leaving several new threads of story satisfyingly dealt with but still very much open for series 3 to explore including Sarah/Neal, Adler’s lasting manipulations and the main issue - what sort of man is Caffery now? Has the FBI changed him to be an honest man, or is the old conman still in control? There’s always a large twist at the end of each series of White Collar, and once again I didn’t guess it!
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