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After wrapping up the remaining threads of last season and introducing the possibility of Neal (Matt Bomer) finally winning his freedom last week, Neal’s mission to take down the secret organization of thieves known as the Pink Panthers begins in earnest with the return of old enemy Matthew Keller (Ross McCall). When Keller doesn’t expose Neal’s work with the FBI, and given that Russian officials state the man is still in prison, Neal deduces Keller has struck his own deal with Interpol to take down the Panthers opening the door to an explosive partnership that both men aren’t likely to survive unsinged.

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White Collar - Borrowed Time

White Collar begins its final season by picking up the pieces of last season’s cliffhanger. The reveal of who took Neal (Matt Bomer) and why is a bit disappointing (honestly, the man’s plan to kidnap Neal and make him a fugitive in order to retrieve something in the FBI’s possession which he can no longer accomplish is pretty shotty thinking). However, the man’s need of a big score opens up a new door for Neal setting the stage for the show’s final season and the remaining days of Neal’s work for the FBI.

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Peter (Tim DeKay) is surprised by the arrival of his old girlfriend (Kim Dickens) who enlists his help to take down a security analyst () who is selling a top-secret password-decrypting microchip on the black market. The return of his former flame from their time together in Quantico, and Peter’s inability to tell his wife about any aspect of the time they are spending together, makes Elizabeth (Tiffani Thiessen) more than a little uncomfortable leading to Elizabeth enlisting the help of Neal (Matt Bomer) to try and discover what’s really going on.

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Weekend Reviews

by Cap'n Carrot on October 21, 2013 · 0 comments

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for Escape Plan, DVD reviews of Embrace of the Vampire and The Third Season of Hawaii Five-0, comic reviews for the latest issue of The Shadow and first issue of Batman ’66, and the latest episodes of Covert Affairs, Elementary, White Collar, The Crazy Ones, and The Big Bang Theory.

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In the Fourth Season finale Ellen’s (Judith Ivey) box of secrets is up for grabs. Having been told by Senator Pratt (Titus Welliver) the evidence implicates James (Treat Williams) and not the Senator, and realizing Peter (Tim DeKay) and Neal (Matt Bomer) have traced its location to the Empire State Building, Agent Callaway (Emily Procter) makes a deal with Peter to deliver the box to the FBI and let the chips fall where they may. However, after an unexpected meeting with his former boss (James Rebhorn) Peter is unsure who to trust.

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Sara Ellis (Hilarie Burton) enlists Neal’s (Matt Bomer) help to protect Marie Antoinette’s original perfume on display at a gala as Peter (Tim DeKay) and Elizabeth (Tiffani Thiessen) plan a romantic weekend out of town. However everyone’s plans are put on hold when the gala is robbed by a Bonnie and Clyde pair of thieves (Jessica McNameeJackson Rathbone) who take the Burkes hostage.

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While looking into the case that destroyed Neal’s (Matt Bomer) family and his father’s (Treat Williams) career as a police officer, Neal and Peter begin an investigation into Senator Pratt (Titus Welliver). Not only do they believe Pratt is one of the a former dirty cops who was on the Flynn’s payroll, but it’s also highly likely he is the man responsible for Ellen’s (Judith Ivey) death. While Peter gets the measure of the man, Neal uses his charm to get a look at the Senator’s itinerary from his attractive assistant which allows Diana (Marsha Thomason) to place a bug on the man’s phone.

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While giving a talk at a FBI convention with a disgruntled Neal (Matt Bomer), Peter (Tim DeKay) learns a thief (Jason Pendergraft) has conned his way into the convention to steal an important piece of defense technology right under the nose of 500 FBI agents. Returning to the convention with Neal, Jones (Sharif Atkins) and Diana (Marsha Thomason), the group tries to find the impostor before he can finish his job.

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While undercover as a Wall Street trader Neal (Matt Bomer), under the guise of his old alias Nick Holden, reconnects with a former business associate (Victor Webster) and uncovers a White Collar boxing ring where stock traders fight in the ring for insider information.

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When Peter (Tim DeKay) uncovers a possible connection to a recent string of museum robberies and Neal’s (Matt Bomer) old friend Alex (Gloria Votsis) he asks Neal to suss out if she’s involved, which of course she is. While searching for the identity of the mastermind behind the crimes Peter and Mozzie (Willie Garson) become inexplicably trapped in Alex’s bathroom and Neal attempts to schmooze the truth from her downstairs.

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