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Jumped the shark
on September 6, 2012
I've always enjoyed White Collar, as silly as it is, because of its stylish take on NYC. But in the last few episodes, it's lost some of the features that anchor at least my interest. If anyone's paying attention, then:
1. We don't need a psychobabble back story for Mozzie
2. What happened to the women? Elizabeth is sorely underused; Diana is barely present; Sara is nowhere to be seen. These roles are all played by fine actresses who bring humor, class, and pizzazz to what is otherwise a Hardy Boys story. Bring 'em back! In fact, a few episodes where the boys are locked up somewhere and it's up to the girls to rescue them would help a lot.
3. Is there a writers' strike on? The actors look embarrassed delivering some of that dialogue.