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"White Collar" Judgment Day (2012)

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Director:
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Jeff Eastin (creator)
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Original Air Date:
28 February 2012 (Season 3, Episode 16)
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Plot:
When Agent Kramer returns to derail Neal's commutation, Neal races to right a wrong from his past. Peter in turn must choose a side... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Episode Crew
Directed by
Russell Lee Fine 
 
Writing credits
Jeff Eastin (creator)

Jeff Eastin (written by)

Produced by
Jeff Eastin .... executive producer
Jeff King .... co-executive producer (as Jeff F. King)
Margo Myers .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jon Ehrlich 
 
Cinematography by
Niels Alpert (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jonathan Chibnall 
 
Production Management
Ross Mathy .... post-production supervisor
Andrew Saxe .... assistant unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kathleen E. Kearney .... second assistant director
Jeff King .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Carlos 'Carly' Antunez .... set dresser
Eddie DeCurtis .... on set dresser
Christopher M. Lewis .... art production assistant
Ruby Moshlak .... property buyer
Kevin L. Raper .... graphic artist
Jimmy Santos .... set dresser
Duke Scoppa .... property master
Kara Torney .... assistant set decorator
Robert Zorella .... art department coordinator
 
Sound Department
Timothia Sellers .... sound mixer
 
Visual Effects by
David Carriker .... visual effects supervisor
Karen Czukerberg .... visual effects producer
Cassy Vasile .... visual effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Robert Lee Harvey .... Stunt double: Matt Bomer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Thomas Beczynski .... lighting technician
John Dolan .... key grip
Geoffrey Frost .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Andrew B. Hansen .... gaffer
Matthew Jacobs .... grip
William Klayer .... additional photography
Julia Liu .... loader
Joe Sarao .... best boy grip
Michael Sterlacci .... grip
 
Casting Department
Kim Krakauer .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mary Gierczak .... on set wardrobe
Delvan James .... on set wardrobe
Rosemary Lepre .... assistant costume designer
Martina Melendez .... wardrobe supervisor
Stev Taylor .... wardrobe supervisor
Ariel White .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Gabriel Diaz .... post-production assistant
Heather Turner .... post-production coordinator (as Heather J. Turner)
 
Music Department
Michael Baber .... music editor
Marc Hallisey .... assistant composer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Katri Billard .... script supervisor
Jenny DeArmitt .... assistant to writer
Jaytyler Ferretti .... production assistant
Stephanie Gomez .... production secretary
Zachary Halley .... assistant production coordinator (as Zac Halley)
Beau Kline .... set production assistant
Justin Kron .... assistant location manager
Chris Masi .... assistant to writer
Tim Pisarik .... location assistant
Michelle Pizzimenti .... second assistant accountant
Nate Shull .... location assistant
Michelle Stella .... location coordinator
Miriam Tielmann .... assistant to actors
Steph Walthall .... production assistant
Nick Donnoli .... office production assistant (uncredited)
Liz Logan .... stand-in (uncredited)
 

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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jeff Eastin  creator

Art Department
Candice Cardasis .... set dresser (2009)
Mandie DeMeskey .... assistant property master
Jonathan Swain .... set dressing foreman
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Drechsler .... lighting technician
Laura Hudock .... second assistant camera (2009)
Alexander Martin .... electrician
Alexander Martin .... lighting technician
Chris Rosen .... electrician
 
Other crew
Lauren Brundage .... first assistant accountant (2009)
Scott Ferlisi .... location assistant
Megan Foerster .... assistant location manager
Megan Foerster .... location scout
Trish Gray .... location scout
Sam Halajian .... production assistant
Lauren Heath .... assistant production office coordinator (2009)
Brad Jasper .... production secretary (2009)
Ronnie Kupferwasser .... location manager
Steve Loff .... payroll accountant
Jennifer Quesenbery .... location scout
Eddie Serrano .... production secretary (2009)
David Sonnenborn .... production assistant
Sean M. Sullivan .... location assistant
Sean M. Sullivan .... location scout
Daniel Tresca .... assistant location manager (2009)
Shawn Wilson .... assistant accountant
 
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Did You Know?

Goofs:
Factual errors: St. George and the Dragon by Raphael is actually oil on wood, not canvas, therefore, it could not have been stored in the roll as portrayed.See more »
Quotes:
Peter Burke:You once told me you never lied to me and you never will. So I need to know something. The first time Kramer and I went after you for the Degas, how did you switch the paintings?
Neal Caffrey:I snuck up to the penthouse, pulled the swap, then base-jumped off the building and landed on Wall Street.
Peter Burke:[laughing it off] Fine. Don't tell me.
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Movie Connections:
References New York, New York (1977)See more »

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10 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
The best episode till date, 1 March 2012
Author: saransh goyal

The people longing to see the season 3 finale could not have asked for a better ending to the season 3. By the end of the episode, you will be forced to search, when is the next season being aired? It is surely the best episode till date. It looks as if the last 2 minutes couldn't have been planned in another better way. A perfect finish to such a fabulous show. Mixed emotions are developed while watching the whole episode. The finale beautifully briefs the relationship shared between Peter and Neal. At the end of the episode, it is quite difficult to digest all what has happened in just a matter of few minutes. Few crucial facts remain undiscovered. I think the writer and the whole direction crew of the show, is getting better and better at planning the finale episodes, as the show progresses.

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