List of White Collar episodes

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White Collar is a crime/mystery television series that premiered on October 23, 2009, on the USA Network. The series stars Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a former con-man, forger and thief, and Tim DeKay as FBI agent Peter Burke. The pair form an unlikely partnership as they work together to apprehend white collar criminals.

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Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 14 October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23) March 9, 2010 (2010-03-09) July 13, 2010 (2010-07-13)[1] July 26, 2010 (2010-07-26)[2] August 18, 2010 (2010-08-18)[3]
2 16 July 13, 2010 (2010-07-13) March 8, 2011 (2011-03-08) June 7, 2011 (2011-06-07)[4] January 31, 2012 (2012-01-31)[5] February 8, 2012 (2012-02-08)[6]
3 16[7] June 7, 2011 (2011-06-07) TBA N/A N/A N/A

Episode list

Season 1 (2009–2010)

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1 1 "Pilot" Bronwen Hughes Jeff Eastin 5.40[8] October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23) 5039-08-179
Con artist, master forger, and criminal extraordinaire Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) escapes from prison to find Kate, the woman he loves (Alexandra Daddario), only to end up behind bars again. He strikes up a deal with Peter Burke (Tim DeKay), the FBI agent who put him there, and together they take an unconventional route in tracking down a criminal known as "The Dutchman" (Mark Sheppard). Also introduced is Neal's trusted friend, Mozzie (Willie Garson), a fellow con-man with extensive knowledge about everything. Neal uses his new position in the FBI to find clues that will eventually lead him to Kate, the man with the ring, and the truth. 
2 2 "Threads" Dennie Gordon Clifton Campbell 5.08[9] October 30, 2009 (2009-10-30) 5039-09-103
Neal and Peter infiltrate New York's Fashion Week as they try to prevent an international criminal from selling sensitive data hidden in one of the runway dresses. 
3 3 "Book of Hours" John T. Kretchmer Tom Garrigus 3.85[10] November 6, 2009 (2009-11-06) 5039-09-102
A New York mobster enlists the help of the FBI to recover a precious stolen Bible—a mission that tests Neal's loyalties with the FBI. 
4 4 "Flip of the Coin" Timothy Busfield Jeff Eastin & Joseph C. Muscat 4.28[11] November 13, 2009 (2009-11-13) 5039-09-105
Peter and Neal try to locate smuggled Iraqi artifacts where the lead suspect is a US soldier and an acquaintance of Peter, but anomalies in the evidence suggest other forces at work. 
5 5 "The Portrait" Allan Arkush Jeff Eastin & Travis Romero 4.56[12] November 20, 2009 (2009-11-20) 5039-09-101
Peter and Neal set up a sting to recover a valuable stolen portrait, but strain is put on their uneasy partnership when Peter suspects Neal will succumb to temptation. Neal finds out the truth about the stolen portrait, and returns it to its rightful owner. 
6 6 "All In" John T. Kretchmer Jim Campolongo & Joe Henderson 4.40[13] November 27, 2009 (2009-11-27) 5039-09-104
Immersed in a dangerous case in Chinatown involving one of his aliases and a crafty Interpol agent, Neal is forced to decide between his loyalties to Peter and the FBI or his desire to find Kate. The interpol agent reveals that the man with the ring is in the FBI. 
7 7 "Free Fall" Kevin Bray Jeff Eastin 5.55[14] December 4, 2009 (2009-12-04) 5039-09-107
Peter must determine if Neal's lying when Neal becomes a suspect in a jewelry heist. Meanwhile, Neal closes in on the man with the ring and discovers that he may be closer than he imagined. Introduced in the episode is FBI special agent Garrett Fowler (Noah Emmerich), an OPR agent bent on discrediting Peter and Neal with whatever means possible. 
8 8 "Hard Sell" John T. Kretchmer Jim Campolongo & Joe Henderson 4.70[15][16][17] January 19, 2010 (2010-01-19) 5039-09-108
Neal infiltrates a corrupt Wall Street brokerage firm and Peter must go undercover alongside him. Neal suspects Peter as the guy with the ring and confronts Peter about the ring. Peter initially denies but after the case is closed, Peter told Neal that he had spoken with Kate. Peter told Neal that Kate mentioned wanting a music box that Neal had stolen. Peter also told Neal that it does not seem Kate was acting under the control of Fowler. Neal refused to believe Peter. Neal sets out to find the music box that Fowler wants, something everyone assumes that he has. 
9 9 "Bad Judgment" John T. Kretchmer Jeff Eastin & Joseph C. Muscat 4.30[18][19] January 26, 2010 (2010-01-26) 5039-09-112
Peter and Neal discover a corrupt judge working with Fowler, and devise a plan to take them down. Meanwhile, Neal asks Peter to get a message to Kate as Mozzie sweeps Peter's house for bugs. At the end of the episode, Neal retrieves a paper flower from the grave of Kate's father, Robert, another cryptic message from Kate. 
10 10 "Vital Signs" Dennie Gordon Joan B. Weiss 2.89[20] February 2, 2010 (2010-02-02) 5039-09-106
June is approached by a sketchy charity when her granddaughter is removed from the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Neal and Peter decide to investigate the charity, suspecting that transplants are being bought with "donations". 
11 11 "Home Invasion" Ken Girotti Channing Powell 3.83[21] February 9, 2010 (2010-02-09) 5039-09-110
The FBI investigates a murder and a mysterious coded list and Neal catches up with Alex Hunter (Gloria Votsis), an old friend who might know something about the music box, but isn't too keen on Neal's connection with the FBI. 
12 12 "Bottlenecked" Phil Abraham Jeff Eastin & Tom Garrigus 3.57[22] February 23, 2010 (2010-02-23) 5039-09-109
When Neal is confronted by his blue-collar counterpart (Ross McCall), he must revive a decades-old competition to create an impossible forgery of a bottle of wine. However, things aren't exactly as they seem. 
13 13 "Front Man" Michael Smith Rashad Raisani 3.48[23] March 2, 2010 (2010-03-02) 5039-09-111
When trying to resolve a kidnapping, Neal is apprehended by an old friend and is forced to play his game to save the one who was kidnapped. Alex finally reveals the location of the music box to Neal, and teams up to steal it. Peter tells Neal that he knows Neal is planning to steal it, and tells him that he has the option to stop looking for Kate and do something good with his life. 
14 14 "Out of the Box" Kevin Bray Jeff Eastin 4.04[24] March 9, 2010 (2010-03-09) 5039-09-113
After discovering the music box in Manhattan, Neal and his friends plan a party heist to steal it. Things come to a head as Fowler and Peter square off, while Neal demands Kate in exchange for the box. Peter makes it to the airstrip before Neal takes off with Kate, and tries to stop him. Neal turns around, and admits that Peter is the only one who can change his mind. Before he can join Kate, Neal looks back at Peter, and the jet explodes. 

Season 2 (2010–2011)

White Collar was renewed for a second season scheduled to begin July 13, 2010 on USA Network, with Marsha Thomason joining the cast as a series regular[25] and Hilarie Burton appearing in a six-episode arc as insurance investigator Sara Ellis.[26] The nine-episode summer season ran through September 7, 2010 and concluded with a seven-episode winter season that began on January 18, 2011.[27]

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15 1 "Withdrawal" Tim Matheson Jeff Eastin 4.29[28] July 13, 2010 (2010-07-13)
In the aftermath of Kate's death, Neal's deal and Peter's job are in jeopardy. To prove themselves, they must catch The Architect (Tim Matheson), a high-profile bank robber. 
16 2 "Need to Know" Sanford Bookstaver Joe Henderson 3.96[29] July 20, 2010 (2010-07-20)
Neal goes undercover as a political "fixer" in order to bring down a corrupt politician. Diana and Peter's lead brings them to an unidentified man who escapes their pursuit. It is also revealed that Peter had Diana keep the music box's location hidden even from Peter himself. Neal begins to suspect that Peter is investigating the plane explosion behind his back. 
17 3 "Copycat Caffrey" Paul Holahan Channing Powell 3.72[30] July 27, 2010 (2010-07-27)
Peter sends Neal back to school after someone copycats one of his old schemes. Alex returns with some bad news. Diana discovers the music box is hiding something. Peter and Diana set out to find the missing key, which is the last piece of the music box that Alex gives Neal before leaving for Italy. 
18 4 "By the Book" Michael Smith Alexandra McNally 4.10[31] August 3, 2010 (2010-08-03)
For the first time in his life, Mozzie must turn to the FBI for help when the person of his affection, a waitress from a local diner (Diane Farr) disappears. Mozzie uses cryptic clues, often references to book texts, left by Gina to find and rescue her, which evolves to a case involving a man under the FBI's radar for quite some time. 
19 5 "Unfinished Business" Tricia Brock Jeff Eastin 4.00[32] August 10, 2010 (2010-08-10)
A routine bond theft escalates into an attempted murder when Neal is unknowingly hired to kill the assigned insurance investigator, Sara Ellis (Hilarie Burton), the same woman who testified against him regarding his alleged theft of a Raphael painting a few years back. Meanwhile, Neal and Mozzie investigate the jet's wreckage, concluding that the jet was rigged to explode midair, but was detonated early by someone. They manage to have the cockpit's voice recorder sent to the insurance company Sterling Bosch, under the care of Sara Ellis. After taking the impostor who ordered the hit on Sara, Neal tries to recover the package from her apartment, but was interrupted by an assassination attempt by the real Mr. Black, who was subsequently stopped by Peter and his team. 
20 6 "In the Red" David Straiton Matt Negrete 4.48[33] August 17, 2010 (2010-08-17)
The arrest of a jewel thief leads Peter and Neal toward a much more heinous extortion case against adoptive parents. Mozzie breaks into Sara's apartment and recovers the recording, only to have it taken back by Sara and her detectives in a search of Neal's apartment. After teaming up with the mob, Peter and Neal take the adoption lawyer (John Larroquette) to custody. Sara returns to Neal's apartment after finding out what happened to Kate, and promises to help Neal with his investigation. The recording reveals that Kate called an unidentified person shortly before the jet exploded, which prompt Neal and friends to hunt down who was on the other end of the phone. 
21 7 "Prisoner's Dilemma" Vincent Misiano Mark Goffman 4.60[34] August 24, 2010 (2010-08-24)
An FBI Agent is accused of selling witness locations during criminal trials, and the U.S. Marshals ask Peter and Neal for help tracking down the suspect. Peter winds up befriending the suspect upon discovering that the U.S. Marshal in charge of the investigation is actually selling the locations, and goes on the run with him trying to clear his name. Moz discovers that the mystery voice on the black box recording belongs to the still-in-hiding Garrett Fowler. 
22 8 "Company Man" Rosemary Rodriguez Jim Campolongo 4.44[35] August 31, 2010 (2010-08-31)
Neal and Peter must go undercover into the world of corporate espionage after a tech company's head researcher is murdered. Mozzie and Diana are put together to look over Kate's murder, and Mozzie realizes that Diana has the music box and Peter knows where it is. Peter then shows the music box to Neal, and Neal reveals the key Alex gave him. Neal tells Peter, "No more secrets", before opening the box. 
23 9 "Point Blank" Kevin Bray Jeff Eastin 4.72[36] September 7, 2010 (2010-09-07)
The gang finds Fowler (Noah Emmerich) and finds out he is innocent. He is being blackmailed by the same person Peter has a patchwork picture of. Mozzie cracks the code inside of the musicbox. Before he can tell anyone, he is shot by an unidentified man (Paul Blackthorne) who steals the code. 
24 10 "Burke's Seven" Michael Smith Joe Henderson 3.81[37] January 18, 2011 (2011-01-18)
Peter is framed for a crime he did not commit, and is subsequently suspended from the FBI. Neal helps him organize a con in order to catch the real criminal (Paul Blackthorne), find who shot Mozzie, and clear Peter's name. 
25 11 "Forging Bonds" John T. Kretchmer Jeff Eastin & Alexandra McNally 3.90[38] January 25, 2011 (2011-01-25)
After Peter and Neal realize that Vincent Adler (Andrew McCarthy) is behind Kate's murder, Peter has a talk with Neal where he reveals everything from the time he met Mozzie to when he was caught by the FBI. 
26 12 "What Happens in Burma..." John T. Kretchmer Hy Conrad 3.46[39] February 1, 2011 (2011-02-01)
Peter and Neal must set foot on Burmese soil in order to prove the innocence of the son of an American diplomat. 
27 13 "Countermeasures" Michael Smith Jim Campolongo 3.46[40] February 8, 2011 (2011-02-08)
Neal is approached by an old friend of June's (Billy Dee Williams) and believes that he has some ulterior motives. 
28 14 "Payback" Russell Lee Fine Mark Goffman 3.27[41] February 22, 2011 (2011-02-22) 5039-10-212
Matthew Keller (Ross McCall) returns when he contacts Neal and Peter from prison asking for a favor. Over the course of their investigation, Peter is kidnapped and must be found before he is killed. 
29 15 "Power Play" Jeff F. King Mark Goffman 3.30[42] March 1, 2011 (2011-03-01)
Neal and Peter switch identities after they are approached by a woman (Cody Horn) who claims that her boss (Richard Schiff) is behind a collusion scheme. 
30 16 "Under the Radar" John T. Kretchmer Jeff Eastin 3.81[43] March 8, 2011 (2011-03-08)
Neal and Peter are abducted by Adler (Andrew McCarthy), and Neal gets closer to uncovering the secret behind Kate's death. 

Season 3 (2011–2012)

On September 27, 2010, White Collar was renewed for a 16 episode third season,[44] which began June 7, 2011. Hilarie Burton joined the cast as a series regular.[45] Diahann Carroll appeared as June, and Denise Vasi, who appeared in the pilot episode as June's granddaughter Cindy, returned as well.[46] The first half of the season also saw guest appearances by Dana Ashbrook, Beau Bridges,[47] Eliza Dushku,[48] Nathen Garson,[49] Lena Headey, Ernie Hudson,[47] Olek Krupa, Al Sapienza, and the return of Matthew Keller (Ross McCall).[48] Series star Tim DeKay directed one episode.[49] Series creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin tweeted that Andrew McCarthy, who played Vincent Adler, will also direct an episode.[50] Another flashback episode, "The Dentist of Detroit", revealed much of Mozzie's childhood.[49] The first half of the season, consisting of 10 episodes, concluded on August 9, 2011, while the remaining six episodes are expected to resume in January 2012.[51][52]

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31 1 "On Guard" Russell Lee Fine Jeff Eastin 3.90[53] June 7, 2011 (2011-06-07)
Despite their newly-arisen trust issues, Neal and Peter have to work together to catch a thief who took his stash out of the Federal Reserve. 
32 2 "Where There's a Will" Sanford Bookstaver Mark Goffman 3.71[54] June 14, 2011 (2011-06-14)
Peter and Neal find a treasure map on a forged will, and soon enter a race to locate the treasure and save the daughter of the beneficiary. 
33 3 "Deadline" Michael Smith Alexandra McNally 3.67[55] June 21, 2011 (2011-06-21)
When a magazine journalist's (Jayne Atkinson) life is threatened, Diana goes undercover as her assistant to protect her while Peter and Neal investigate the subject of the journalist's story. Meanwhile, Neal and Sara have a date with Diana and Christie (Moran Atias). 
34 4 "The Dentist of Detroit" Dennie Gordon Channing Powell & Matt Negrete 3.72[56] June 28, 2011 (2011-06-28)
When a mobster (Al Sapienza) 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. 
35 5 "Veiled Threat" Paul Holahan Jim Campolongo 4.19[57] July 5, 2011 (2011-07-05)
When a black widow (Mädchen Amick) arrives in New York, Neal and Peter go undercover as wealthy bachelors to find her next target. 
36 6 "Scott Free" Tricia Brock Joe Henderson 3.84[58] July 12, 2011 (2011-07-12)
When a teenage conman (Hutch Dano) goes on a wild crime spree in New York, Peter realizes he has a new Neal Caffrey on his hands. 
37 7 "Taking Account" Michael Smith Daniel Shattuck 4.18[59] July 19, 2011 (2011-07-19)
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. Mozzie finds himself in an unfamiliar situation when the hacker's former accomplice (Lena Headey) switches sides. Meanwhile, Sara temporarily moves in with Neal and discovers the surveillance camera footage of Neal and Mozzie's treasure. 
38 8 "As You Were" David Straiton Matt Negrete 3.89[60] July 26, 2011 (2011-07-26)
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. 
39 9 "On the Fence" Paul Holahan Mark Goffman 3.71[61] August 2, 2011 (2011-08-02)
When Neal and Peter discover wanted fugitive Matthew Keller (Ross McCall) is smuggling priceless Egyptian antiquities into the city, Neal must go undercover with an exotic and beautiful Egyptologist (Eliza Dushku) to locate and capture his foe. 
40 10 "Countdown" John Kretchmer Story by: Jeff Eastin & Channing Powell
Teleplay by: Jeff Eastin
4.30[62] August 9, 2011 (2011-08-09)
Neal and Mozzie must stay one step ahead of the FBI while appearing to work with them in order to keep them from discovering that they possess the treasure. Later, Peter returns home to discover that Elizabeth has been kidnapped by Matthew Keller. 

Season 4 (2012)

White Collar was renewed for a fourth season of sixteen episodes on August 25, 2011.[63]

Notes

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  3. ^ "White Collar - Season 1 (4 Disc Set)". ezydvd.com.au. http://www.ezydvd.com.au/item.zml/814174. Retrieved June 8, 2010. 
  4. ^ David Lambert (March 21, 2011). "White Collar - Date, Packaging, Extras and More for Fox's 'Season 2' Set!". TVshowsonDVD.com. http://tvshowsondvd.com/news/White-Collar-Season-2/15144. Retrieved March 21, 2011. 
  5. ^ "White Collar - Season 2". Amazon (UK). http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003OBZ5QG. Retrieved June 19, 2011. 
  6. ^ http://www.ezydvd.com.au/DVD/white-collar-season-2/dp/6107778
  7. ^ "USA renews "Royal Pains," "White Collar" and "Psych'". Reuters. 2010-09-27. http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE68R04N20100928. Retrieved 2010-09-28. 
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