White Collar: Season 4, Episode 1

Wanted (10 Jul. 2012)

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Peter must locate Neal on a tropical island before an FBI-sanctioned bounty hunter does.

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Peter must locate Neal on a tropical island before an FBI-sanctioned bounty hunter does.

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Mozzie's (Willie Garson's) chosen alias in this episode is "Barry Soetoro," which is a play on Barack Obama. When Obama was a preteen and teen, he preferred the nickname of Barry (instead of his given name of Barack, which exposed him to bullying), and his stepfather, his mother's second husband, was named Lolo Soetoro. Hence, Barry Soetoro is a proxy name for Barack Obama, and a wink of an alias for Mozzie. See more »

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When Peter finds out that Neal is hidden in Cape Verde he said that Cape Verde was a Spanish colony, but in fact it was a Portuguese colony. There by the people in the island should be speaking Portuguese and not Spanish, because that is the official language of Cape Verde. See more »

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Language oversight
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Wonderful episode, as always!

I just want to make a small remark about the filming sight. It is stated in the episode that that specific territory has been colonized by Portugal, and yet, the "natives" speak Spanish in the episode. Spanish and Portuguese are amongst the most spoken languages on the planet, so quite a few viewers can notice the mistake.

My vote for this episode would have been a well deserved 10, if it hadn't been for this detail. But details are also important, especially in such a production, so it's a 9.

Other than that - the show hasn't had a single boring episode so far! This one also falls in the same "category". A pleasure to watch, always, and season 5 is quite anticipated


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