White Collar - Season 2
In order to manage to catch up the dangerous criminals, who don't leave any evidence behind them, the owner of FBI agency, Burke, who decides to benefit from a thief and a criminal, Neal, as he manipulates him, to help him arrest other criminals, in order to set him free, the thing that leads Neal to accept Burke's offer, so he does things easily, as his awareness of the criminal works, minds, and methods.
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- Episode 01: Withdrawal
- Episode 02: Need to Know
- Episode 03: Copycat Cahthtrey
- Episode 04: By the Book
- Episode 05: Unhtinished Business
- Episode 06: In the Red
- Episode 07: Prisoner's Dilemma
- Episode 08: Company Man
- Episode 09: Point Blank
- Episode 10: Burke's Seven
- Episode 11: Forging Bonds
- Episode 12: What Happens in Burma
- Episode 13: Countermeasures
- Episode 14: Payback
- Episode 15: Power Play
- Episode 16: Under the Radar
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December 13, 2016 While the second season premiere of White Collar lacks the story progression that fans were hoping for, it's still able to deliver a solid hour of entertaining television.Read in Source
July 13, 2010 What White Collar did best, though, was to reestablish the easygoing rhythms and longish, thoughtful-ish colloquies between Bomer's Neal Caffrey and DeKay's Peter Burke.Read in Source
April 07, 2016 I'd wager it was one of the most fun episodes of TV I've seen this summer.Read in Source
April 07, 2016 The leads are fun, and if they can get guest stars the caliber of Matheson every week, I can learn to ignore the arc stuff the same way I do for most USA shows.Read in Source
March 15, 2017 Though it would be nice if the storyline itself were less contrived, the characters make up for any other shortcomings White Collar has.Read in Source
Philadelphia Daily News
July 13, 2010 The bro-mance between the art thief and his by-the-book FBI handler is still the best reason to watch this show.Read in Source
July 13, 2010 White Collar may not be reinventing television as we know it, but it's gotten better at delivering on its strengths - light character drama and caper-ish crime proceedings.Read in Source
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