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Episode 16: In the Wind

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by Lucy
Aug 10, 2016 11:53AM EDT
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So season 4 mainly revolves around getting Neal and Peter back into White Collar division, through wrapping up various successful cases, and Neal’s family history including his life in Witsec and the circumstances surrounding his father. More Neal back story is always a winner in my book, and the series managed to balance it out well by giving away enough details to keep us satisfied, but not so many that Neal doesn’t feel mysterious (which really is what makes Neal such a convincing con man/interesting character) It was great to see the return of Sara, Alex and Ellen - they’re all really great strong female characters who aren’t afraid to put Neal, or Peter in their place. Sara/Neal storyline this season was less of a focus and I think it worked better that way (though them in the finale oh my gosh dying of feels). Elizabeth and Mozzie also were great as usual, Elizabeth’s “This isn’t even my first kidnapping!” is easily my favourite line of the series! But of course the main reason I’m still watching White Collar is the excellent relationship between Neal and Peter. Seriously, one of my favourite bromances simply because they know each other so well, they can use each others strengths/weaknesses to solve any case. Not forgetting half the time, they are so damn funny together (the other half of the time I am squealing at the amount of feels their conversations seem to have) Excellent season all round, with a zillion cliffhangers after each episode. This really should be called “the season where everyone leaves” as Hughes, Alex and Sara were all written out very nicely, resolving several story lines. The finale was the FIRST TIME I HAVE CORRECTLY PREDICTED A WHITE COLLAR TWIST ENDING, FINALLY YES! And I’m not sure how they’re going to get out of that one…
So season 4 mainly revolves around getting Neal and Peter back into White Collar division, through wrapping up various successful cases, and Neal’s family history including his life in Witsec and the circumstances surrounding his father. More Neal back story is always a winner in my book, and the series managed to balance it out well by giving away enough details to keep us satisfied, but not so many that Neal doesn’t feel mysterious (which really is what makes Neal such a convincing con man/interesting character) It was great to see the return of Sara, Alex and Ellen - they’re all really great strong female characters who aren’t afraid to put Neal, or Peter in their place. Sara/Neal storyline this season was less of a focus and I think it worked better that way (though them in the finale oh my gosh dying of feels). Elizabeth and Mozzie also were great as usual, Elizabeth’s “This isn’t even my first kidnapping!” is easily my favourite line of the series! But of course the main reason I’m still watching White Collar is the excellent relationship between Neal and Peter. Seriously, one of my favourite bromances simply because they know each other so well, they can use each others strengths/weaknesses to solve any case. Not forgetting half the time, they are so damn funny together (the other half of the time I am squealing at the amount of feels their conversations seem to have) Excellent season all round, with a zillion cliffhangers after each episode. This really should be called “the season where everyone leaves” as Hughes, Alex and Sara were all written out very nicely, resolving several story lines. The finale was the FIRST TIME I HAVE CORRECTLY PREDICTED A WHITE COLLAR TWIST ENDING, FINALLY YES! And I’m not sure how they’re going to get out of that one…
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