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White Collar is a crime/mystery television series that premiered on October 23, , on the USA Network. The series stars Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a former conman, forger and thief, and Tim DeKay as FBI Special Agent Peter Burke. The pair form an unlikely partnership as they work together to apprehend white collar criminals. The series also stars Willie Garson as Mozzie, an old friend of Neal's who occasionally aids the FBI in their investigations; Tiffani Thiessen as Elizabeth Burke, Peter's wife; and Marsha Thomason and Sharif Atkins as agents Diana Berrigan and Clinton Jones, respectively. Natalie Morales appeared in the first season as agent Lauren Cruz. Hilarie Burton was introduced in the second season as Sara Ellis, a love interest for Neal. She joined the main cast at the beginning of the third season.

White Collar aired its first season of 14 episodes in two parts, which premiered in and This was followed by a second season, comprising 16 episodes. The first group of nine episodes aired in summer , while the remaining seven aired in spring The third season began airing in and ended in The first 10 episodes of the season aired in summer , while the remaining six began airing in winter The series was renewed for a fourth season comprising 16 episodes, which began airing in July [1] A fifth season which was renewed for 16 episodes, later reduced to 13, started airing in October On March , the series was renewed for a sixth season, which was confirmed to be its final season the following September.[2][3] The season premiered on November 6, On December 18, after the airing of the last episode of the sixth season, White Collar ended its run.[4] The first three seasons are available on DVD in regions 1, 2, and 4, while the first season is also available on Blu-ray.[5] In Australia, Region 4, Season 4 was released on 2 July , Season 5 on 10 December , Season 6 and The Complete Series on the 6 May

Series overview[edit]

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (–10)[edit]

Season 2 (–11)[edit]

White Collar was renewed for a second season scheduled to begin July 13, on USA Network, with Marsha Thomason joining the cast as a series regular[20] and Hilarie Burton appearing in a six-episode arc as insurance investigator Sara Ellis.[21] The nine-episode summer season ran through September 7, and concluded with a seven-episode winter season that began on January 18, [22]

Season 3 (–12)[edit]

On September 27, , White Collar was renewed for a 16 episode third season,[39] which began June 7, Hilarie Burton joined the cast as a series regular.[40]Diahann Carroll appeared as June, and Denise Vasi, who appeared in the pilot episode as June's granddaughter Cindy, returned as well.[41] The first half of the season also saw guest appearances by Dana Ashbrook, Beau Bridges,[42]Eliza Dushku,[43] Nathen Garson,[44]Lena Headey, Ernie Hudson,[42]Olek Krupa, Al Sapienza, and the return of Matthew Keller (Ross McCall).[43] Series star Tim DeKay directed one episode.[44] Series creator and executive producer Jeff Eastintweeted that Andrew McCarthy, who played Vincent Adler, would also direct an episode.[45] Another flashback episode, "The Dentist of Detroit", revealed much of Mozzie's childhood.[44] The first half of the season, consisting of 10 episodes, concluded on August 9, , while the remaining six episodes began airing on January 17,

Season 4 (–13)[edit]

White Collar was renewed for a fourth season of sixteen episodes on August 25, [1]Treat Williams appeared throughout the season as Sam, an undercover agent from Washington whose past overlaps with Neal's.[62]Mekhi Phifer appeared in the first two episodes as Kyle Collins, a manhunter working for the federal government.[63]Gregg Henry recurred as a man who helps Neal and Mozzie hide while in the Cape Verde Islands,[63] while Mia Maestro appeared as Maya, a woman with whom Neal becomes involved while on the run.[64]Laura Vandervoort appeared in one episode as a wealthy socialite who becomes another love interest for Neal.[65]Michael Weston appeared in one episode as a criminal mastermind, alongside Laurie Williams.[66]Rebecca Mader appeared in one episode as Abigail, a woman who forces Neal to take part in a heist.[67]Perrey Reeves appeared in one episode as a dedicated fixer.[62]Gloria Votsis returned as Alex Hunter in the eighth episode of the season.[68]Victor Webster made an appearance in the ninth episode of the season as Eric Dunham, a trader on Wall Street who is being investigated for insider trading.[69]Titus Welliver guest starred as Senator Terrence Pratt, a man who may be linked to Neal's father.[70]Reed Diamond made an appearance as Cole Edwards, a construction mogul with links to the government.[70]Sprague Grayden appeared as a younger Ellen Parker, while Judith Ivey continued playing the older version of the character.[70]Hilarie Burton reprised her role as insurance investigator and Neal's love interest Sara Ellis; she appeared in four episodes altogether.[71] The remaining six episodes of season four began airing in January [72][73]

Season 5 (–14)[edit]

On September 25, , USA Network renewed the series for a episode fifth season,[90] but this was later reduced to [91] It premiered on October 17, [92]Marsha Thomason was pregnant during the filming of season five and did not appear for the majority of the season.[93]

Season 6 ()[edit]

Home video releases[edit]

References[edit]

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White Collar

The show starts off with Neal finding a note under a New York bridge from Kate – the X really did mark the spot. The note is a letter asking him to leave her alone and to forget all about her. Neal is convinced this is another clue. In some way he figures it out – she wants him to meet him at the bridge Friday at noon.

Later on that day, Peter meets with Neal to talk with their new assignment. She is a young girl whose grandmother passed away and left her a painting – a painting that is worth over two million dollars. It was stolen right in front of her eyes.

Neal realizes that the young lady is only telling half the truth – so he gets her to confess that the portrait is really of her grandmother – that she stole it back after the government refused to give it to her. It was a gift from the painter and for both the grandmother and her granddaughter; it was never about the money, but the family history behind it.

Being the awesome crime fighting duo that they are – Peter and Neal realize that it is an inside job. Neal confronts the girl’s uncle, Gary, and he believes Neal to be working for the man who stole the painting. Gary tells Neal that culprits name and Peter is on the case to put together a set-up.

Neal pretends to be an interested buyer, but somehow the crook figures it out. They leave just before they are apprehended. Later that night they are on a case to find a French woman that may be holding the painting for the criminal.

Somehow Neal does just that and they get invited back to her apartment. Neal sneaks off and is able to find the hidden painting.

The next day Neal gets a call from the criminal – he wants his painting back – or else he will harm the innocent art dealer. Unsure of what to do, Neal creates a replica of the painting.

He tells Peter that he stole the painting and wants to set up another meeting with the criminal. Peter knows that Neal might not have told him the exact truth.

Neal goes to meet with the criminal to give him the portrait. The FBI swarm in and arrest the criminal. They bring the painting back to the museum owner who realizes that Neal must have known the truth behind the original painting and agrees that the replica is the real deal. Neal brings the original portrait back to the granddaughter who happily accepts it. 

That Friday at noon Neal and Mozzie go back to the bridge to await Kate. She ends up calling him on a pay phone. He sees her and all she asks is to know where all the stolen goods are. He chases after her, but by the time he gets to where she is, she has vanished.

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White Collar
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White Collar Season 1
Episode Number:
5
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