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February 28, 2012
Neal's commutation is threatened by Agent Kramer, forcing Peter to choose a side in the Season 3 finale. To help his case, Neal tries to correct a mistake from his past.
Season Finale
February 28, 2012
Season Finale
Neal's commutation is threatened by Agent Kramer, forcing Peter to choose a side in the Season 3 finale. To help his case, Neal tries to correct a mistake from his past.

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The final episode wraps up quite a few story lines, mainly the Raphael painting and Neal’s hearing. Having Sarah and Neal on the same page again is SO SO good after their (understandable) wobble mid way through the season.

What I didn’t expect though were the further revelations into Neal’s family, hearing that both his parents are still alive, as is his Dad’s old partner (who interestingly is in witness protection…) so I feel that season 4 will hopefully flesh out a few of those stories.

The whole Krammer business was a little annoying (yes I understand that a new ‘bad guy’ is necessary but he has way too much power). And ultimately Krammer’s power led to the “NO WAY NO WAY NO NEAL” ending that was season 3 *cries*

However I have loved how this series has focused on all Neal’s relationships with his friends, (proved at his hearing) and so much so that he feels settled in NYC. There have definitely been a few cheesy moments, but the core strength of the show of Neal and Peter’s partnership has worked superbly again (though I’m not sure how things are going to go in season 4, but I can’t wait to find out ).

The final episode wraps up quite a few story lines, mainly the Raphael painting and Neal’s hearing. Having Sarah and Neal on the same page again is SO SO good after their (understandable) wobble mid way through the season.

What I didn’t expect though were the further revelations into Neal’s family, hearing that both his parents are still alive, as is his Dad’s old partner (who interestingly is in witness protection…) so I feel that season 4 will hopefully flesh out a few of those stories.

The whole Krammer business was a little annoying (yes I understand that a new ‘bad guy’ is necessary but he has way too much power). And ultimately Krammer’s power led to the “NO WAY NO WAY NO NEAL” ending that was season 3 *cries*

However I have loved how this series has focused on all Neal’s relationships with his friends, (proved at his hearing) and so much so that he feels settled in NYC. There have definitely been a few cheesy moments, but the core strength of the show of Neal and Peter’s partnership has worked superbly again (though I’m not sure how things are going to go in season 4, but I can’t wait to find out ).