White Collar: Season 2, Episode 15

Power Play (1 Mar. 2011)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Crime | Drama
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Peter and Neal assume each other's identities to uncover a collusion scheme.

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Peter and Neal assume each other's identities to uncover a collusion scheme. Written by Anonymous

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When Mozzie is looking at the microfiche, he utters "holy sh&t!" in German ("Heilige Scheisse"). See more »

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About 5 minutes into the episode, Peter talks with Neal over Diana's car's phone. During the scene the microphone equipment on his back is clearly visible. See more »

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Brooke: [to Neal, who is posing as Burke] Um, is there any way you and I could speak, just the two of us?
Neal Caffrey: [as Peter] I know Neal seems intimidating, but he's very useful in cases like yours.
[glances at Peter]
Neal Caffrey: In fact, I think he's the single most valuable asset we have here at the Bureau.
Brooke: Please?
Neal Caffrey: [considers, as Peter] On second thought, Neal
[raises coffee mug]
Neal Caffrey: cream, no sugar.
Peter Burke: [as Neal] We have agents for that.
Neal Caffrey: [as Peter] I have something better. I have you.
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Great Episode
3 March 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I just saw the last episode before the finale, and it was pretty good. Neal and Peter looked very comfortable in each others shoes and even Elizabeth was enjoying it. Also the playful ribbing Peter got for being Neal was fresh change, like getting coffee for "Peter". The track about Sara was unnecessary tho'. I don't want Neal and Sara together. Maybe Alex; or someone entirely new. But not Sara. She looks too old for him, anyways.

For the past few weeks White Collar crew has started behaving like one big family.. i can actually make out the stereotypes.. Peter's the over-responsible "old guy" elder brother, Neal is good-hearted but always-gets-into-trouble kind of younger brother, Mozzie is the evil genius but extremely helpful kind of best friend and Diana is like the mature sister. Elizabeth plays the Indian soap opera "bahu" (daughter-in-law), the kind that takes care of everyone and holds them together.I kinda like it.

I say Bring It On.


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