White Collar (2009–2014)
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Identity Crisis 

Mozzie discovers clues to a treasure he is convinced were left by a spy ring.

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Diana Barrigan
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Clinton Jones
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Elizabeth Burke
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Robert Townsend
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Mozzie discovers clues to a treasure he is convinced were left by a spy ring.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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21 August 2012 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Mircea Monroe plays Matt Bomers wife in magic mike See more »

Goofs

The flag shown can not be the one used by George Washington while crossing the Delaware in December 1776. The circle of stars has first been used in June 1777. The same mistake is present on the famous painting "Washington Crossing the Delaware" by Emanuel Leutze. See more »

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Mozzie: [to Neal and Peter] Somebody's trying to kill me.
Peter Burke: What? Why am I not surprised?
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References The Terminator (1984) See more »

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Writers don't know the difference between descendant and ancestor
27 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

At just over 30 minutes into this episode FBI Agent Peter Burke says ancestor of a person who lived over 200 years ago. Seeing how the person he is referring to is contemporary, the word is descendant. Ancestor is the relative who lived long ago. Descendant is the younger relative. As in he is descended from his ancestor. As we all are.

This is almost as bad as those hundreds of times on television and movies that they say downwind when they mean upwind. I don't understand how these are hard concepts. Apparently they are too stupid to even understand that they are stupid. Otherwise, they may have opened a dictionary and gotten it correct.

Guess what, I am smart yet I frequently check to make sure I have the correct word and are using it as intended.

Now I have a song to sing: I am so smart! S! M! R! T!


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