Matt Bomer and Willie Garson
To catch a thief is hard. But to catch a thief on the new season of White Collar is going to be a tad more difficult.
The third season premiere, airing Tuesday at 9/8c on USA, picks up right where the show left off three months ago when Neal (Matt Bomer) discovered billions of dollars of stolen art and jewelry left in a warehouse for him by an anonymous friend. After getting our hands on the episode early we pick five (non-spoilery) reasons to get excited for what's ahead.
What's next on White Collar: Neal's big decision, his future with Sara, the origin of Mozzie
1. Neal faces temptation: The tagline for the new season says it all: "Choose a side." While Neal has always struggled to...
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X-Men: First Class
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What was Rosie Larsen doing at a casino?
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