White Collar: Season 2, Episode 10

Burke's Seven (18 Jan. 2011)

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Mozzie was shot by a hit-man but surgery saved him. Neal agrees to go by the FBI book to see the hit-man, soon identified as Julian Larssen, and whoever hired him caught and punished. ... See full summary »

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Mozzie was shot by a hit-man but surgery saved him. Neal agrees to go by the FBI book to see the hit-man, soon identified as Julian Larssen, and whoever hired him caught and punished. Larssen is suspiciously easily arrested after the forgers help burn his known aliases except one, but somehow managed to plant false evidence pointing to Burke as the killer. That suffices for Peter's suspension from the FBI, leaving only Neal's ways. Written by KGF Vissers

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Neil hands out cards to the forgers with the website address 42685th.com written on them. This is in reference to the place where he'd like for all of them to meet him: 4268 5th Ave. At the time of this episode's original airing, that website address redirected to the Fellowship of Fools website (www.fellowshipoffools.com), which at that time featured a huge White Collar background advertisement and front page media about other USA and SyFy shows (both channels are owned by the same parent company). See more »

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When they first arrest Larssen, you can see him being led away in the background of a shot of Neal and Peter. Though Larssen's hands are behind his back, you can clearly see that he is not handcuffed. See more »

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Neal Caffrey: Welcome to the other side.
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References Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) See more »

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