White Collar – “In the Wind” Review | Or, How Are We Supposed to Get Through Hiatus?

| March 6, 2013 at 12:52 AM EST

I knew it was coming. It was foreshadowed in the earlier part of the season (see my analysis of episode 403, “Diminishing Returns”), but I couldn’t see exactly how it would happen. But then it happened. Peter…What did you do? -break- Episode 416, “In the Wind” was written by show creator Jeff Eastin. It’s Mr. Eastin’s custom […]

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White Collar Review – “The Original” – Do you also LOVE the walks and talks?

| February 27, 2013 at 4:25 PM EST
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Last night’s White Collar, “The Original”, (sadly the last episode that will be credited to writer Mark Goffman, who is now writing for Elementary…Good luck, Mark!) was the neatly done connective tissue between the second half of season 4 and what’s certain to be an action-heavy, issue-resolving season finale. In the first act of the […]

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White Collar Review – “Shoot the Moon” – Seriously, boxed wine? We gotta get outta here.

| February 20, 2013 at 3:44 PM EST

This week’s installment of White Collar, entitled “Shoot the Moon”, was written by Matt Negrete and, with his first television writing credit, Bob DeRosa. Congratulations, Bob! Now you get to make things! (See Bob’s blog post, entitled “Making Stuff” here.) White Collar Review – “Shoot the Moon” This episode is all about romance. It makes […]

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White Collar Review: “Empire City” (Season 4, Episode 13)

| February 6, 2013 at 12:17 AM EST

The episode “Empire City” (directed by Tim DeKay, his second “White Collar” in the director’s chair) is both full of aliases and pithy quotes, making it a solid (but not landmark) link in the Season 4 quest to know more about Neal Caffrey, his father, and the murder that got both of them where they […]

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White Collar: Mini-Me and the Case of the Missing Conspiracy

| August 22, 2012 at 3:31 AM EST
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Oh, Mozzie, Mozzie, Mozzie, how could you make me laugh and cry almost simultaneously?  That little orphan boy with the parental conspiracy theory who grew up to become the ultra-paranoid man-with-many-names broke my heart. Willie Garson, you were especially brilliant tonight and I give you 10 out of 10 secret decoder rings for your performance. […]

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White Collar Season 4 Review- “Honor Among Thieves”? Not This Go ‘Round!

| August 15, 2012 at 11:27 AM EST
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Two weeks ago we watched as Neal rushed down the street, pushing through the crowd, his voice strained and frightened as he called out to Ellen. An Ellen who appeared to have been shot; her final words to Neal were to trust Sam. Apparently she died during the week off, because we begin episode five […]

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White Collar “Diminishing Returns” Review (Plus quotes and insights!)

| July 24, 2012 at 11:09 PM EST

White Collar “Diminishing Returns” gets reviewed by our resident White Collar expert. And boy does she deliver the goods. It’s episode three (already) of season four of White Collar. In this episode, “Diminishing Returns” (written by one of my favorites, Jim Campolongo) we are, thank heavens, back in New York. Don’t get me wrong: it […]

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WHITE COLLAR Season 3 Review – Judgement Day (the worse worst scenario)

| February 29, 2012 at 12:38 PM EST

As most viewers of White Collar can attest to, Jeff Eastin and his motley crew of writers have taken loyal “collars” on an exciting trip from Neal’s introduction in the Pilot as he searched for Kate, the music box, his budding partnership with Peter and ulterior partnership with fellow con, Mozzie. All these things defined […]

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WHITE COLLAR season 3 Advance Review ‘Judgement Day’

| February 28, 2012 at 6:47 PM EST

Jeff Eastin and company deliver another solid, tense, cliff-hangery season-ender in tonight’s White Collar: “Judgment Day”. Since the show’s premise follows Neal Caffrey’s (Matt Bomer) tethered adventures with the FBI, of course the end of his sentence has always been looming in the future. What will happen when Neal eventually gets his freedom? White Collar […]

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White Collar Season 3 Review – You Can’t Stop Elizabeth Burke

| February 1, 2012 at 10:47 AM EST
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“Neighborhood Watch” is a love letter to Elizabeth Burke (Tiffani Thiessen), a modern day heroine who has a vegetable garden and a seemingly ordinary life. …It doesn’t stop her from acting extraordinary. And doesn’t that give hope to us all? Get confident and tell your neighbor to stop stealing your assigned parking spot! Er… uh, […]

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