|TV Serial||:||White Collar|
|Created by||:||Jeff Eastin|
|# of Seasons||:||5
(Seasons 6 is running)
|# of Episodes||:||75
(Not including episodes of Season 6)
|Production Companies||:||Fox Television Studios, Jeff Eastin and Warrior George Productions|
|Starring||:||Matt Bomer (Neal Caffrey), Tim DeKay (Special Agent in Charge Peter Burke), Willie Garson (Mozzie), Tiffani Thiessen (Elizabeth Burke), Marsha Thomason (Special Agent Diana Berrigan), Sharif Atkins (Special Agent Clinton Jones), Hilarie Burton (Sara Ellis), Natalie Morales (Special Agent Lauren Cruz), Diahann Carroll (June Ellington), James Rebhorn (Special Agent Reese Hughes), Gloria Votsis (Alexandra Hunter), Alexandra Daddario (Kate Moreau), Treat Williams (James Bennett/Sam Phelps), Ross McCall (Matthew Keller), Judith Ivey (Ellen Parker), Noah Emmerich (Special Agent Garrett Fowler), Andrew McCarthy (Vincent Adler), Titus Welliver (Senator Terrance Pratt), Emily Procter (Assistant Special Agent in charge Amanda Callaway), Mark Sheppard (Curtis Hagen), Bridget Regan (Rachel Turner/Rebecca Lowe), and others…|
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The introductory scene where Peter and Neal were going to the bureau, but in trouble to find a taxi! No, there is no criminal problem here. There is a fashion show arranged in the city of New York. And hence, almost all the taxis are busy. This scene is small yet powerful to show the mood of the city and attributes of both the protagonists.
This episode is focused on a criminal named “Ghovat”. He was already in the list of FBI for white collar crimes, but now he is somehow linked to a murder.
A model came claiming that in the changing room she had seen two men arguing each other and then one of them found dead. She was somehow managed to hid herself and hence she is alive. In addition to provide protection to the girl, Peter and his team now need to find a man whom no one had seen earlier (and hence considered as a ghost).
They plans out a party for the fashion world, with the hope that Ghovat will attend it and will be identified by the model.
You will find the scenes where Peter and Neal finalise the place for the party, interesting. Sharp dialogs with humour and punch planted, makes them better.
The party was under the camera eye and surrounded by FBI agents. Then also, Ghovat, came and able to leave it without getting caught! FBI however find a link to Ghovat in Dimitri. So they have decided to follow him. Also the tape revealed the face of Ghovat, planting his mobile to someone else’s pocket.
How they will trap and catch Ghovat is the rest of the episode.
The best scene of the episode is not any thrilling or chasing scene however. As per our view, the scene where Elizabeth calls Peter for a lunch at the bank of the lake and gifts him the watch – is very romantic one. Peter is straight forward and yet caring, Elizabeth is expressive and loves Peter more than anything. How she – in a fraction of second – found Peter’s interest in the watch and bring him the good one (which suit their budget) – is written, and filmed brilliantly. Love is not about promising the moons and stars, or taking candle light dinners (only), it really lies in caring for the one whom you love. The watch then is shown in many other scenes of the episode.
The high-octane scene of the episode is the climax – dress transfer – scene in the park. It has everything you need to seen in a thrilling scene. It is executed interestingly, and it is the not-to-miss scene of the episode.
Neal’s happy-go-lucky attitude is shown at many place. For example see him immediately suggesting Elizabeth’s name as the party planner, or him asking Peter that there is nothing wrong in enjoying (or pampering oneself with) the things you like. The party venue is filmed pretty well and it looks good on screen too. His emotional side is also shown, as he is trying everything to find where is Kate as of now.
The charming smile on Neal’s face, the mysterious smile on Peter’s face, the lovely expressions on Elizabeth’s face and the way of talking of Mozzie; is charming. You will enjoy it through out the episode.
The way the life and field work of FBI agents explored is applaudable. The actors did their job with honesty and it is clearly seen on the screen. Of course the episode belongs to Tim Dekay and Matt Bomer, but Tiffani Thiessen and Willie Garson are also equally competent in the scenes they appear.
The script is the hero of the episode and is assisted with fantastic dialogs and nice background music. The locales are chosen and filmed really well. It will make you feel that you are watching a good cinema, and it is the success of the TV Series. Satchmo – is not just a dog but a family member for Peter and Elizabeth. Inclusion of this character shows the – love for animals – of the makers.
Overall, a nice episode to go for.
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