8 items from 2012
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So let’s all take a moment of silence while we mourn the loss of the lesbian wedding we were all hoping we would get on White Collar. Ok, moment over. Let’s talk about this week’s episode “Honor Among Thieves.” We got the beautiful Rebecca Mader (Lost) blackmailing Neal into committing a crime, taking Diana out on a date, and kissing Diana. We got layers of betrayal, even for a show based on questions of trust and betrayal, this one was a doozy. We got answers about Diana’s life outside of work and an end for the shegulls nest we might not like.
This week we start with Neal attending the funeral for Ellen Parker, witness protection member and Neal’s last connection to his dirty cop father. Ellen promised to help Neal get more answers about Daddy Dearest. As she lay dying »
Neal faced a serious decision regarding the trust he's struggled with constantly as of late. How would he balance it with the desperate need to uncover more information about Ellen?
In the end, we were all wondering whether or not Neal may have been playing all of us the whole time!
The episode began with Ellen's funeral. I don't know about you, but I'd like to think the show would have put a little more time into whether or not Ellen died at the scene or in between lying on a stretcher and ending up in a casket. It seemed cut a little short, skipping over the most important part: her actual death.
But if the ominous tweet from series creator Jeff Eastin is true, it seemed there were more reasons that »
- email@example.com (Chandel Charles)
The FBI's most "Wanted" man and his eccentric and lovable right-hand man have returned for what promises to be an exciting fourth season of White Collar.
Neal and Mozzie may have escaped to paradise in Cape Verde, but it didn't take long until their safe haven became a hunting ground.
When we left Neal at White Collar Season 3, his commutation hearing appeared to be going extremely well, with the exception of Agent Kramer's relentless attempts to prove that Neal was still a criminal, leaving no stone unturned.
Unfortunately, Kramer found that damning stone, and Peter gave Neal the signal to run, leaving fans everywhere wondering just what would happen next.
And now we have the answer: Neal and Mozzie took refuge on the non-extraditing island of Cape Verde, living a lavish lifestyle in a seaside villa. Of course, we expected nothing less, but what a sad, sad thing it was »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Chandel Charles)
"White Collar" returns to USA in just under a month with the Season 4 premiere, titled "Wanted," and we've got some juicy tidbits for all you Peter, Neal and Mozzie fans out there.
Here are six things to look forward to in the premiere:
The guest stars are great - Judith Ivey is back as Ellen Parker, and the show welcomes Mekhi Phifer as Agent Kyle Collins of Office of International Affairs - he's out for blood in tracking Neal down. Plus Gregg Henry guest-stars as a man whose allegiance we aren't really sure of - but Henry is great as playing the evil blonde man on every show ever.
Neal and Mozzie are holed up in an exotic locale - we won't tell you where, because Peter, Diana and Jones figuring it out is one of the most fun parts of the episode.However, not only does the exotic locale »
Only this time, instead of tightening his tie or checking his cuff links like USA’s ads for previous seasons, Bomer looks like he’s ready to strip — moving to loosen the tie and unbutton the jacket while straddling New York City, as if auditioning for the lead of Fifty Shades of Grey (okay, so Bomer’s tie is blue, use your imagination). The tagline: “Sometimes It’s Good to Be a Little Bad. »
- James Hibberd
Actress Ellen Parker took the stand at a court in New York on Thursday to recount the terrifying night she woke up to see a man climbing in through her apartment window.
The former Guiding Light star, 62, told Manhattan Supreme Court she was in bed on the night of 25 August last year when she heard noises in her room.
She then saw an intruder grab a jewellery box from her dressing table before climbing out through the window.
William Pelzer, who is in his 40s, is on trial accused of the break-in and Parker allegedly picked him out of a photo line-up, according to the New York Post.
The defendant's lawyer, Kevin Canfield, said, "There are no fingerprints or DNA evidence linking him to the break-in."
Jeff Eastin and his fellows whipped up a superb Season 3 finale that will leave their fans speculating endlessly through the summer. It was full of suspense, sentiment, and daring risks that will potentially change the course and formula of White Collar. Those who have been wanting new details about Neal’s past got that too. So if you still had a bone to pick with the show after the season finale, well, let’s face it, you probably aren’t a fan.
Neal: I have a good job, a wonderful home, a partner and a best friend. To wake up only to answer myself? That would mean everything.
We are left with the image of Neal (Matt Bomer) on a plane sitting next to Mozzie (Willie Garson). Unaware of where they are heading to, wondering what will happen to Peter (Tim DeKay) amongst his peers in the White Collar Division »
- Ernie Estrella
The stolen Raphael, a death-defying jump, Agent Kramer on the war path, Peter, Mozzie and Sara’s attempts to protect him...
Everything that had been building up over the season unquestionably came to a head this episode. The cost of freedom seemed to be freedom itself for Neal. Let’s break down exactly what just happened:
In an unexpected twist of events, it was revealed that Kramer had come from the DC Art Crimes field office to New York because he had heard about Neal's commutation. The commutation opened a window for Kramer to find a reason why Neal should stay in the custody of the FBI; more specifically, if he could find something that proved there was something Neal was still hiding, it »
- email@example.com (C. Charles)
8 items from 2012
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