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White Collar 6 Seasons 2012

Season 3
4.7 out of 5 stars (344) IMDb 8.3/10

One of television's hottest shows, White Collar focuses on the most unlikely of partnerships between a con artist (Matt Bomer) and an FBI agent (Tim DeKay). The critically acclaimed drama returns for season three with more intrigue, more passion and more excitement!

Starring:
Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay

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Season 3

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1. On Guard

Despite successfully escaping after having robbed the Federal Reserve, a notorious thief returns to retrieve the stash he left behind.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 7, 2011
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2. Where there's a Will

When a forged will turns out to be a treasure map, Peter and Neal find themselves in a race to find the inheritance and save the kidnapped daughter of the beneficiary.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 14, 2011
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3. Deadline

When a magazine journalist's life is threatened, Diana goes undercover as her assistant to protect her while Peter and Neal investigate the subject of the journalist's story: a crooked pharmaceutical company.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 21, 2011
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4. Dentist of Detroit

When a mobster from Mozzie's Detroit childhood surfaces in Manhattan, Neal and Peter must help their friend rework a scam from his past to take down the ruthless gangster and prevent a mob war.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 28, 2011
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5. Veiled Threat

When a black widow arrives in New York, Neal and Peter must go undercover as wealthy bachelors to find her next target.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 5, 2011
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6. Scott Free

When a teenage conman goes on a wild crime spree in New York, Peter realizes he has a new Neal Caffrey on his hands. Neal must decide between taking down a young version of himself...or helping him.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 12, 2011
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7. Taking Account

When an expert hacker drains a prominent New York bank, Neal assumes the criminal's identity in order to spend the pilfered fortune and draw him out of hiding.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 19, 2011
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8. As You Were

When an old Naval Academy buddy of Agent Jones goes missing, Peter and Neal delve into the dangerous world of international private security to find him.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 26, 2011
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9. On the Fence

When Neal and Peter discover wanted fugitive Matthew Keller is smuggling priceless Egyptian antiquities into the city, Neal must go undercover with an exotic and beautiful Egyptologist to locate and capture his foe.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 2, 2011
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10. Countdown

When the FBI flags one of the paintings on the treasure manifest, Peter enlists Neal to pursue it.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 9, 2011
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11. Checkmate

When Keller kidnaps Elizabeth, Peter and Neal must work together to meet his ransom demand: the U-Boat treasure. Neal is forced to come clean with Peter about the hidden cache, and Peter must put this betrayal aside in order to save Elizabeth.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 17, 2012
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12. Upper West Side Story

When scholarship funds from a prestigious Manhattan prep school mysteriously disappear, Neal poses as a substitute teacher to help Peter and the FBI figure out where the money is really going.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 24, 2012
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13. Neighborhood Watch

When Elizabeth overhears one of her neighbors in a suspicious conversation, her curiosity leads Peter and Neal to uncover a robbery plot against a posh Manhattan Hotel.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 31, 2012
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14. Pulling Strings

When Peter assigns Neal to work the case of a missing Stradivarius alongside Neal's ex-girlfriend, Sara Ellis, sparks fly and Neal gets a taste of what his ideal life in New York might be like.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 7, 2012
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15. Stealing Home

When a wealthy Yankees fan recruits Neal to join his crew to steal a prized piece of memorabilia inside Yankee Stadium, Neal is reminded of what life could be like again as a high-end thief.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 21, 2012
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16. Judgement Day

When Agent Kramer returns to derail Neal's commutation, Neal races to right a wrong from his past. Peter in turn must choose a side. Set against the backdrop of Neal's commutation hearing, Neal will ultimately decide between fight and flight.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 28, 2012
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TV-PG CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: May 31, 2011
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There have been some White Collar fans who have said they aren't happy with S3 of this wonderful series. I have loved this show since the beginning and find this season to be just as well thought out and written and produced with just as much care and love as the other two seasons. The producer has said this is Neal's chance to do the right thing, and in order to show that, there have been some changes of necessity. I fully believe all will be well and we will once again have our Bromance in full swing. Fans just must be patient and understanding of what the writers have in mind. Hang in there, this is the only really great series on TV and the wait is worth it.
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I LOVE "White Collar" and can't wait for the season 3 DVD to come out. I own season one and two.

I'm buying the series for the episodes, not the extras, which I find lacking. The commentaries are basically a lot of chatter, with very little useful information given. The gag reels are fun, but I could have done without the F and S word in one scene in season two.

I love the writing and the wit of this series and Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay work so well off each other. Willie Garson is so much a part of the episodes, I hope there's no intention of writing his character out of the series. That would be disastrous.

Thank you for the steady camera work! I'm so tired of the hand-held camera effects and the MTV editing. If you're going to pay an actor to act, you should give him time to react!

I haven't seen this kind of male rapport since Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell in "Quantum Leap." The whole cast seems to work well together and it shows on screen. A wonderful series well worth having.
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Following the exciting season finale of season 2, we continue to follow Peter, Neal, Mozzie, and the rest of our favorite suits and con men. This season is by far the most interesting and exciting season yet. It explores the aftermath of the big events in the season 2 finale, and the effect it had on Peter and Neal's relationship, and Neal's other relationships with Mozzie, Sarah, and Elizabeth. We learn much more about Mozzie's origins, including the origin of his nickname in an episode heavily devoted to him. Neal's arch nemesis Keller is back, and we're introduced to a gentleman con man/thief who is very much like Neil. We meet Peter's mentor from the Art Crimes division of the FBI, played by Beau Bridges. And we even manage to learn more about Neil's background and backstory, along with getting yet more questions about him and his background.

If you've been watching White Collar, sit back and enjoy this season. If you just ran across the show, START WITH SEASON ONE. This is one show where the ongoing storyline is important to the enjoyment and following of many of the episodes of the show. Don't let the fact that this is season 3 be too daunting. As White Collar is a USA show, it's seasons are only 16 episodes long, and the shows are easy to watch and enjoyable. Both my wife and myself enjoy the show, and look forward to season 4.
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White Collar has intrigued me since the first program. Even the use of windows and sliding doors was fascinating. Add Matt Bomer and Tim McKay and you've got a winner all the way. Love it! Can't wait for Jan 17 and to get the 3rd Season on DVD. I've watch S-1 and S-2 so many times I can say the dialogue before Mozzie does. Keep up the great show.

Adele Kaye
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This show is absolutely amazing! Don't let the title trick you into thinking this show is slow and lacking in excitement. The character development is fantastic, the writing ingenious, and the all of the cast are superb! The two main actors (Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer) have unbelievable chemistry on screen, but having said that, all of the relationships are well developed and completely realistic. Totally enjoyable TV!
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The plots keep getting better and there's more character development for both Peter and Neal this season. I love this show!
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For me, the heart of White Collar has always been the relationship between con man Neal Caffrey and FBI agent Peter Burke. The bromance between the two is so unexpected and so much fun and drives the rest of the relationships on the show. So I was a little worried going into season three because it looked like they would be messing with that relationship. But it turned out my worry was for nothing because this was by far the strongest season of the show to date.

The premise of the show is that Neal Caffrey (Matthew Bomer) is serving the second half of his prison sentence for fraud as a consultant to the FBI helping them take down other white collar criminals. He’s working under the supervision of Peter Burke (Matt DeKay), the only man able to track him down and arrest him. And they make a surprisingly good team.

To properly discuss the on-going story of the season, I’m going to have to spoil the first 5 minutes of the season premier, which resolves the cliffhanger from the end of season two. If you want to go into the season completely and totally unspoiled, just trust me this season will blow you out of the water and buy the set now. If you don’t mind, keep reading.

Season three opens exactly where season two ended – Neal is standing in the middle of a warehouse full of the treasure supposedly destroyed when the U-boat exploded. Peter thinks that Neal stole it or at least knows where it is. But the real thief is Neal’s friend Mozzie (Willie Garson). But before the two can sell their ill-gotten gain and buy an island, they have to make sure that the FBI can’t trace any of it to them.

That means that it is business as usual in the FBI offices.
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