In the Season 4 finale, the guys are almost able to retrieve the evidence box from the Empire State Building, but their efforts are impeded by Senator Pratt, who hired FBI agents to find the box first.
Peter and Neal investigate sculpture forgeries and also get closer to the truth about the evidence box.
Peter and Neal take different approaches to catch a criminal duo caught up in a whirlwind romance.
A forgery and money-laundering case has links to jazz and taxicabs.
Peter and Neal look into Senator Pratt's ties to corrupt cops who framed Neal's father. Their investigation also leads them to a real-estate developer running a kickback scheme.
In this mid-season premiere, Peter and Neal attempt to find the truth behind Neal's father's crime. In doing so, Neal must go undercover into the world of counterfeit whiskey to take down a high level member of the Irish Mob.
In this mid-season finale, Peter and Neal attend an FBI conference where someone is trying to steal high valued defense technology. They soon discover the thief's brazen plan to take something much more valuable from the FBI.
In this ramp up to the mid-season finale, Peter sends Neal undercover as a Wall Street stock trader. Neal discovers a White Collar boxing ring where traders fight for insider information. In order to take down the corrupt CEO, Peter and Neal must step out of the office and step in to the ring.
In an episode that features Alex Hunter's return, Peter and his team investigate a series of museum heists targeting rare ancient artifacts.
When a criminal Peter arrested hires a high-powered political fixer to sabotage the trial, Peter and Neal must take on this brilliant but devious opponent who maintains a lawful facade.
Mozzie buys a storage unit that leads him, Neal, and Peter on a dangerous treasure hunt, following clues left by what Mozzie believes to be the modern day remnants of a revolutionary spy ring.
An alluring female art thief makes Neal an offer in exchange for important information about his past. But, to take her up on the Hitchcockian deal, Neal must steal a valuable piece of art from under the nose of Peter and the FBI.
Suspecting fraud, Neal and Peter investigate a beautiful widow who stands to inherit a massive life insurance policy. While undercover, Neal romances the widow and is surprised when the con turns real and he begins to have feelings for her.
Now back in New York, Peter's actions on the island get him demoted and transferred out of the White Collar division. With Neal and his team's help, he surreptitiously investigates a brilliant thief who has avoided the FBI’s capture for years.
Having found Neal and Mozzie, Peter must help devise a plan to return Neal to the U.S. and avoid being caputred by Collins, a government sanctioned bounty hunter who can bring Neal back, dead or alive.
On an exotic remote island, Peter must race to find Neal and Mozzie before a ruthless bounty hunter captures Neal and locks him away for good.
Peter becomes convinced that a fellow FBI agent is innocent.
While investigating a routine bond theft, Neal goes undercover as an illegal bond courier.
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Episode Commentary with Jeff Eastin
Willie Garson answers questions about Season 2 of White Collar.
White Collar cast tell us what their show is really about.
How did you become a consultant on White Collar?
What advice do you give actors?
Matt Bomer answers questions about Season 2
Matt Bomer discusses what to expect in Season 4
Cast members Matt Bomer (Neal Caffrey) and Willie Garson (Mozzie) talk about how far in advance they get their scripts. Co-executive producer Jeff King, Marsha Thomason (Diana Berrigan), and Tim DeKay (Peter Burke) talk about Marsha's return to the show.
Cast member Sharif Atkins (Clinton Jones) talks about cable versus network shows. Tim DeKay (Peter Burke), Willie Garson (Mozzie), Marsha Thomason (Diana Berrigan), and co-executive producer Jeff King discuss demographics and social networks.