White Collar (2009–2014)
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When June's granddaughter Samantha needs a donor organ, Peter and Neal stumble on the trail of illegal organ trade. Neal approaches Dr. Wayne Powell, the ringleader, posing as an '... See full summary »

Director:

Dennie Gordon

Writers:

Jeff Eastin (created by), Joan Binder Weiss (as Joan B. Weiss)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Bomer ... Neal Caffrey
Tim DeKay ... Peter Burke
Willie Garson ... Mozzie
Natalie Morales ... Lauren Cruz (credit only)
Tiffani Thiessen ... Elizabeth Burke
Kyle Secor ... Dr. Wayne Powell
Sharif Atkins ... Clinton Jones
Jennifer Ferrin ... Melissa Cartwright
Diahann Carroll ... June
Lyric Davis-Watson Lyric Davis-Watson ... Samantha
Flint Beverage Flint Beverage ... Cop #1
Patrick Duggan ... Officer
Cindy Cheung ... Registered Nurse
Michael Elian ... Imposing Orderly
Jenny Sterlin Jenny Sterlin ... Doctor
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Storyline

When June's granddaughter Samantha needs a donor organ, Peter and Neal stumble on the trail of illegal organ trade. Neal approaches Dr. Wayne Powell, the ringleader, posing as an 'approachable' doctor. That leaves only Peter to seduce his female cahoot. Finally an elaborate 'Indian' trap is set. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-PG

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Hindi

Release Date:

2 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Trivia

In the commentary for the episode, Jeff Eastin (creator of the show) mentions there was a prank script sent to Willie Garson about Mozzie's fate in the clinic. In the prank script, Mozzie gets lobotomized and the end of the episode is Mozzie in a wheelchair while Neal and June cry in the background. Jeff Eastin says he never heard back from Willie, so he's not sure if he read it or just was going to accept it. See more »

Goofs

When the FBI team tries to fool Dr.Powell into thinking he has kidney failure, they are using medical symptoms to get him fooled. But he is a doctor! He can check his weight on the numerous scales at his clinic. He can definitely tell the difference between skin irritation and rash from kidney failure. The food coloring trick is the least plausible. Visible blood in the urine is the last stage of kidney failure. It doesn't just happen overnight. See more »

Quotes

Mozzie: [about the charity representative Neal is meeting] Already I don't trust this woman.
Neal Caffrey: Why, because she drove here?
Mozzie: A New Yorker who does not take the subway is not a New Yorker you can trust.
Neal Caffrey: I don't take the subway.
Mozzie: Precisely.
Neal Caffrey: She left her briefcase in the back. All right, Mozz, I need a favor. Break into her car.
Mozzie: That's not so much a favor as a truly horrible idea. It's one o'clock in the afternoon. There's a reason most crimes happen at night: people can't see you!
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Connections

References Die Hard (1988) See more »

Soundtracks

Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
(uncredited)
Written by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster
Performed by Matt Bomer
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This episode is not one of their best
3 February 2010 | by hrisedorphSee all my reviews

I like this series mostly because of how Neal and Peter work together. This episode, however, lacks credibility. I was skeptical before even watching it because all the previews showed Neal being injected with something. You can't just knock Neal out every episode (remember he was unconscious 2 weeks ago as well). He's supposed to be a white collar felon, a really good one, and this just makes him look out of his element and weak.

Plus, I didn't buy the set up for this week's plot. It doesn't seem very realistic. It could have been a real case for all I know it just was not sold well.

In addition to that, the running story of the relationship between Peter and Neal has worked well and been consistent until now. This episode doesn't fit. It also didn't move along the bigger story with Kate, although there's no rule that they have to. I was disappointed that we didn't get more details about their hunt for the music box.


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