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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Episode credited cast:
FBI Agent Kyle Collins
Maya (as Mia Maestro)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rafa Alvarez ...
Juan Capella ...
Rodrigo Haberdasher
Jose Caro ...
Bruno Irizarry ...


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

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Neal's (Matt Bomer's) chosen alias in this episode is "James Main," which may be a play on the 1980s TV miniseries North and South (1985) in which one of the two lead characters, George Hazard, the northern character, was portrayed by James Read, and the other lead character, the southern character, Orry Main, was portrayed by Patrick Swayze). Hence James Main is a proxy for North and South, indicating New York for north (James), where Neal was before leaving the USA, and whatever Spanish/Portuguese speaking country Neal and Mozzie are hiding out in (which turned out to be Cape Verde, south and east of the USA) (Main) for south. See more »


The unnamed island where Neal and Moz are hiding is supposed to be part of the Cape Verde archipelago, which - as it is correctly stated - is a former Portuguese colony and an independent country where the national language is Portuguese. However, all the characters there are speaking Spanish instead, for instance when they say "gracias" when they should say "obrigado". 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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