White Collar 5 Seasons 2010

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Season 2
(190) IMDb 8.1/10
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The arrest of a jewel thief leads Peter and Neal toward a much more heinous extortion case against adoptive parents.

Starring:
Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
August 17, 2010

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Season 2

Customer Reviews

Great acting, superb cast, fabulous story..
Suja
My 17 yr old daughter and I are loving watching these episodes together!
K Manning
We can't wait for season 4 to come out on DVD and season 5 to start!
Erin Benson

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By a journalist on February 8, 2011
Format: DVD
Somehow I never heard about this show when it first came out. Now I'm addicted. The show's loaded with twists & turns, brilliant capers, suspense, and some laughs as well. The cast and writers are clearly having lots of fun ... and they're pulling it off flawlessly. I imagine it's a joy to work on such a smart show. It's certainly a joy to watch.

Highly recommended ... and also highly addictive!
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By andayingy on January 17, 2011
Format: DVD
I found this show by watching the marathon on USA. The show is one where you can't wait to see what happens next. There is a definite "hook" with all of its mysterious twists and turns. We bought Season 1, and my teenager is now hooked on it. The characters are fun and believable and the cast brings such a wealth of talent to the show. The show itself is a rarity in Hollywood because it beautifully portrays the proper mix of mystery, sexual intrigue and danger without being overdone - allowing the viewer to use their imagination.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on October 21, 2010
Last summer USA introduced us to sophisticated white collar thief Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), a con man turned FBI consultant, and FBI Special Agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay), an agent in the FBI white collar crime division who has dedicated his career to hunting down Neal. After making a deal with the FBI, Neal begins working with Peter on white collar cases, including everything from art theft and forgery to embezzlement. Season one laid the groundwork for this edge-of-your seat show, creating unforgettable characters (especially Willie Garson's quirky Mozzie) and building a white-hot, unique summer show that ended (quite literally) with a bang.

At the beginning of season two, Neal is still reeling from ex-girlfriend Kate's unexpected death. Though he returns to his job as an FBI consultant (after a brief stint in prison after cutting his tracking anklet -- again), Neal secretly works to unravel the mystery behind Kate's death. Meanwhile, a concerned Peter meets secretly with Neal's friend and fellow con man Mozzie out of concern for Neal, while still hiding an agenda of his own. Whether it's out of concern for Neal or for the Bureau, Peter begins working with newly reassigned Special Agent Diana Barrigan (Marsha Thomason) outside of business hours on the questions surrounding a strange artifact that was connected to Kate's death.

The biggest refresher about season two is the inclusion of Marsha Thomason as Special Agent Diana Barrigan, Peter's trainee and chief point-person to discovering the truth behind Operation Meteor in the first season. Thomason appeared in both the series pilot and season one finale, but was replaced during the remainder of the season by Special Agent Lauren Cruz (Natalie Morales).
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By keysersoze on October 2, 2010
Format: DVD
This is one of the best "Catch Me if you Can" series I have ever seen. I can hardly wait for the new season. You can't help but fall in love with the characters. The humor, drama and educational aspect of this show are remarkable. I hope this new series lasts for at least least 20 seasons.

This show, like Neil, Matt Boomer, is too hot to pass up.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R'sider on July 14, 2010
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The second season of White Collar is as good as any of the first season - more style, better banter, and just enough clever plot and personal connection to keep us engaged. It is the perfect summer drink - cool and refreshing. I smiled the entire time I watched it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Starfire on June 26, 2011
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which strikes me as odd because the strength of this series is the relationship between Matt Bomer's Neal Caffrey and DeKay's Peter Burke. The vagaries of marketing aside, this is, for my money, the best series on television right now. Willie Garson plays Neal's eccentric friend Mozzie and Tiffani Thiessen is Peter's wife Elizabeth. Cleverly written with a very strong cast, season two opens with conman/thief Caffrey back in prison and FBI agent Burke fighting to get him released again - and get himself reinstated back at the FBI. It's a tall order but everything moves fast in White Collar and this is no exception.

Season Two is chock full of really good episodes, some of which seem more like you're watching a movie other than a modestly budgeted TV series. There was only episode I really didn't like; the retrospective Forging Bonds, which pretty much threw the series timeline to the wind, odd for a show that usually keeps to a very strict line. We see how Neal meet Moz and together they picked a dubious target, the mysterious Trump like financier Vincent Adler (Andrew McCarthy). Neal also met his great love Kate, the thief/fence Alex Hunter and, to his dismay, ended up on the radar of FBI Agent Burke. This episode was weak and a rarity, almost dull in places. But it's the only one, folks. The rest are solid or top drawer.

My favorites: Withdrawal (season opener, see above); By the Book, a Mozzie episode that is by turns humorous and dangerous. Prisoner's Dilemma, a turnaround where Peter is forced to go on the run with a rogue FBI agent while Neal tries to cover at the FBI for him. Company Man, a rare look at Peter's life choices and talents when he and Neal go undercover at a high tech company. It has a near deadly twist at the end.
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