FBI stumbles upon a new con-artist who is using Neal's styles to steal paintings from the museum.

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Elizabeth Burke (credit only)
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Miss Jeffries
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Russel Smith
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Professor George Oswald
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Professor George Oswald teaches a class on masterly con artists, including Neil. The FBI suspects him and/or his students of copycat robberies, so Burke asks eager Neil to turn up for a guest lecture and get the ball rolling. Manny Veselic and Justin Magary are all too eager to work with the master to steal paintings from a museum. However, Oswald stayed a step ahead, improving a scam so even Neil is surprised. Meanwhile the music box's secrets keep fascinating Burke and Neil, who got hold of a broken-off ornamental figure. Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

When Neal is reading through the syllabus for the criminology class, the section under "Neal Caffery" is about "Adam Goodnoff: Confidence Man". 'Adam Goodnoff' is the second on-set dresser for the 6 episodes of White Collar from Season 2 so far. See more »

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After Peter learns about the syllabus for the law class, he goes to talk to Neal with a packet/folder in his hands. In mid conversation Peter crosses his arms and the camera cuts to Neal, then it cuts back to Peter and he has no folder, then it cuts back to Neal, and finally back to Peter who has the folder in his crossed arms. See more »

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References Dead Poets Society (1989) See more »

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Piano Sonata No. 12 in F, K. 332, 2nd Movement
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Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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