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'White Collar' Series Finale: 'Au Revoir' - The Big Goodbye

December 19th, 2014 9:06am EST
'White Collar' Series Finale Recap And Review: 'Au Revoir' - The
After six seasons and countless capers, USA's White Collar draws to a close with an episode appropriately titled. Definitively closing the book on the partnership of Neal Caffrey and Peter Burke, "Au Revoir" might divide some fans who are upset about its final act, but ultimately delivers everything we've come to expect from one of television's classiest and most fun shows.

We open exactly where we left off last week, with Neal trying to convince Woodford (Gavin Lee) to accept Peter as the newest member of the Pink Panthers. Keller's (Ross McCall) reaction to this development is awesome: "...
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Matt Bomer And Tim DeKay Talk 'White Collar' Finale: 'Do Not Walk Away'

December 18th, 2014 12:08pm EST
Matt Bomer And Tim DeKay Talk 'White Collar' Finale: 'Do Not Wal
Tonight's conclusion of White Collar means that we also have to bid farewell to one of TV's best duos: Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay.

In addition to making a dynamic team as con man Neal Caffrey and his FBI minder Peter Burke on the USA drama, they are also a fantastic partnership off-screen, showing what magic can be made when two hard-working actors come together to form one great unit.

We spoke to Matt and Tim on Monday to ask them why they think they've worked so well together - and what their own opinions were about White Collar's ultimate ending.

Naturally, hints about tonight's last ep...
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Best TV Shows Of 2014

December 17th, 2014 2:03pm EST
Best TV Shows Of 2014
Last week, we brought you the Best TV Moments Of 2014. But what about the best TV shows - the ones that didn't have just one or two good moments, but that impressed us all year long? What was going to make up for the end of Breaking Bad or the absence of Strike Back?

Here now then, is our list of the Best TV Shows Of 2014. In alphabetical order, we present to you the eight small-screen series that were at the top of their class, that were appointment television in our book and the reasons that lists like these are made.

SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up on the current season of tele...
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'White Collar' Recap: 'Whack-A-Mole' - Almost To The End

December 12th, 2014 8:11am EST
'White Collar' Recap And Review: 'Whack-A-Mole' - Almost To The
Just two episodes remain for White Collar, so it's time to get down to business - the business of bringing down the Pink Panthers, that is. Things ramp up massively in "Whack-A-Mole," which contains a number of show staples - like Neal hiding things and bad guys being bad - en route to preparing the audience for the finish line.

Picking up right where last week's episode ended, Neal tries to placate Panthers boss Woodford (Gavin Lee), who's convinced that Neal is the only person not potentially betraying him. Woodford is determined to find the mole himself, or put the crew's master plan to...
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Interview: 'White Collar's' Willie Garson Gets Historical In 'PERIODS.'

December 11th, 2014 12:06pm EST
'White Collar's' Willie Garson Gets Historical In 'PERIODS.'
For years now, Willie Garson has entertained us playing TV's ultimate quirky sidekick Mozzie on USA's soon to be concluded White Collar; he's been a great foil for every other member of the ensemble, directed for the show, and had another Mozzie-centric episode last week.

But he's found time to bring his talents to other projects, too. One of them is PERIODS., a hilarious semi-improvised film that turns history and literary classics into something not quite so serious. We had the chance last week to ask Willie a few questions about his newest and decidedly different gig.

"I love the idea ...
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8 Great TV Moments From 2014

December 10th, 2014 2:04pm EST
Best TV Moments Of 2014: From 'The Good Wife' To 'The Newsroom'
2014 has been another interesting year for television, whether you're talking about the arrival of a new series or the reinvention of an existing hit show. There's been no shortage of buzzworthy happenings on the small screen, across all kinds of channels and genres, and they deserve a little applause.

It's time once again to recognize the best TV moments of the year and the people who made those moments happen. Below, we've selected the eight moments that still have us talking weeks or even months after they aired, in chronological order.

SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up on the cu...
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'White Collar' Recap: 'All's Fair' - The Former Mrs. Mozzie

December 5th, 2014 9:02am EST
'White Collar' Recap And Review: 'All's Fair' - The Former Mrs.
We're now officially into the second half of the last season of White Collar. Two weeks from tonight, it'll be curtains for Neal Caffrey, Peter Burke and the whole team. But before they go, it's time for one last Mozzie episode, which is pretty on the nose but also serves to remind us that even he has changed since we first met him.

It's too quiet for Neal's taste, and Peter's worried that the Pink Panthers may have caught on to him. Neal's worried about a certain empty shipping container. They both show up at the FBI office, where everyone else is still working on the Exodus algorithm and...
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Who Are TV's Sexiest Men?

November 21st, 2014 1:00pm EST
Matt Bomer
People magazine rightfully declared Aussie-born actor Chris Hemsworth as "The Sexiest Man Alive." The actor, who has impressive bulked up for roles in "Marvel's The Avengers" and Thor 2: The Dark World, has definitely earned the title. But this blogger, who loves all things television, couldn't help but wonder: who television's sexiest men alive? Here are my top 10 picks in no particular order.

White Collar's Matt Bomer
While "White Collar" may be shuffling off to that great TV vault in the sky, star Matt Bomer's career is just beginning its stratospheric rise, thanks in part to his...
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'White Collar' Recap: 'Return To Sender' - Guess Who's Back?

November 14th, 2014 9:04am EST
'White Collar' Recap And Review: 'Return To Sender' - Guess Who'
After returning in solid form last week, White Collar continues its final season and the story of Neal Caffrey infiltrating the Pink Panthers. And because this is the final season, the show has found room for one of its favorite recurring bad guys to make one last appearance. The result is a satisfying cocktail of banter and quirky characterization that continues to set the table for bigger things down the line.

Neal shows up at the Burke residence armed with coffee and surprised that Elizabeth has moved back to New York, which is probably a good thing because Peter's going through a fix-e...
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'White Collar' Recap & Review: 'Borrowed Time' - Neal Joins A New Team

November 7th, 2014 9:01am EST
'White Collar' Premiere Recap And Review: 'Borrowed Time' - Neal
White Collar is back, with a six-episode story that will let audiences say goodbye to Neal Caffrey, Peter Burke and the entire quirky crimefighting team. How did the story start? Well, it's not a page-turner, but it has the same charm and appeal that you'd expect from this show by now.

Picking up on the same day that the fifth-season finale concluded, "Borrowed Time" finds Peter wrongly concluding that Neal - frustrated with the FBI's refusal to release him from their long-standing arrangement - has gone on the run, but very quickly realizing with the help (and mere existence) of Mozzie th...
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