When scholarship funds from a prestigious prep school mysteriously disappear, Neal poses as a substitute teacher to help Peter and the FBI figure out where the money is really going.

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Andy Woods
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Evan Leary
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Peter keeps the unclosed treasure file hanging over Neal's head, so he's eager to prove himself virtually indispensable. Manhattan prep scholarship student Ethan presents them his 'evidence' that the school purser must be stealing from the endowment fund which shrunk so badly, his tuition is running out. A link to an untouchable crime baron convinces Peter to take the case as 'first grip'. Neal gets in impersonating the sick poetry teacher's temp Cooper while Peter pretends to be looking for a school for his brilliant rascal son. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Peter is at Neal's apartment and calls out for Mozzie, who is hiding, he mentions a half bottle of wine and a "whiff of Camembert" as proof that Mozzie is in fact in the apartment. Mozzie is lactose intolerant, he would not be eating cheese. See more »

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Neal Caffrey: Morning, Peter.
Peter Burke: I see your quest for Manhattan's best brew continues.
Neal Caffrey: One's for you.
Peter Burke: Oh. Yankee tickets. Versus the Red Sox.
Neal Caffrey: Yeah, I got 'em from Frankie Whispers. I'm not gonna use 'em.
Peter Burke: They're behind home plate.
Neal Caffrey: Oh? I hear that's good.
Peter Burke: Uh-huh. You bought coffee, Yankee tickets. This is not your most subtle con.
Neal Caffrey: Con? Peter, I am hurt that you...
Peter Burke: You're trying to get back on my good side.
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This was great!
24 January 2012 | by (California) – See all my reviews

This episode is magnificent! i love Elizabeth Gillies and Graham Phillips and they were adorable together!i love how this is a fancy prep school. the basic father protective of daughter bit and Chloe's "teacher" liking. The plot line was great and everyone played their parts perfectly! and i love the romance between Even and Chloe because in actual life the are only best friends. this episode was just amazing and Chloe was like so flirty with the "teacher" who actually isn't a teacher at all. If Even didn't come to the FBI to talk about his finical aid then Neil wouldn't have ever can to help him get closer to Chloe. this is just a magnificent episode and to get the full effect of it you must watch it!


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