Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's White Collar season finale. Read at your own risk!]
Like pretty much every White Collar season finale before it, the USA crime caper's fifth season wrapped up most of the season's biggest plot points, but also left a...
Tiffani Thiessen and Brady Smith
Brady Smith, the real-life husband of Tiffani Thiessen, will join his wife on the upcoming season of White Collar, TVLine.com reports.
Smith will play...
Matt Bomer and Gloria Votsis
Spoiler Alert: The following reveals major plot points from Tuesday's season finale of White Collar.
Con man Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) found himself behind bars — and then in the custody of agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) and the FBI — for stealing from the rich. But in the last moments of...
What a difference eight years makes. Back then, White Collar's con-man extraordinaire Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) was a little more blue collar, FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) was itching to collar him, and street swindler Mozzie (Willie Garson) wore a piece. And we don't mean a gun.
"I remember walking past the hair and makeup room and seeing Willie in a different toupee every time and just dying laughing," says Bomer. "My favorite was the 'Shaggy' look from Scooby Doo."
But tonight's White Collar episode — which flashes back to 2003 — explores deeper roots than Mozzie's. Over a six-pack and a bottle of red wine, Peter and Neal discuss their most pressing case: catching Vincent Adler (Andrew McCarthy), the man behind Kate's death, the music-box mystery and Mozzie's shooting....
On Tuesday's episode of White Collar, the team takes on an extortion case against adoptive parents. To nab the bad guy, Diana (Marsha Thomason) and Clinton (Sharif Atkins) must go undercover as a couple trying to adopt a child.
Going undercover is Thomason's favorite part of the gig.
"The parts on the show I really enjoy are...
Quite a packed episode this Veteran scriptwriter Don McGill and whoever else mightve had a hand in it managed to get at least an episode and a halfs worth of incident in wrapped around solving the central case but with plenty of little nudges toward resolving aspects of the longer arcs within the series some of those resolved or at least dealt with perhaps a little too quickly Thanks to any number of crime dramas we mightve seen before ranging from Grand Guignol and its heirs the weirder edge of film noir and contemporary English suspensehorror films and German krimis and Italian gialli and on up through that other film with a digit in its title Se7en and its contemporaries and all the crime fiction that helped to inspire them this episodes fanatic is a familiar type One might even have grown accustomed to his sort from the other procedurals and policeinvestigator shows This is where spoilers will become more explicitBut what was most remarkable about
ER I don't know about you, but I really wish one of these rare "special appearances" by Noah Wyle would involve Carter actually showing up at County General rather than just these far-away places. I'd be satisfied with even one Chicago visit, like the recent episode where Sharif Atkins briefly appeared in town. Well, I guess a Sudanese desert-based Carter is better than no Carter at all, eh? I did enjoy seeing him do scenes with Mary McCormack and Eamonn Walker. How horrible for that Lwendo guy to abandon his wife after he found out she was raped. Speaking of Eamonn, I love seeing yet another former Oz cast member get work. I keep waiting for Harold Perrineau and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje to walk by each other on Lost and do a "Wher
Question: Will Sharif Atkins (Dr. Gallant) be coming back to ER? I want to know what happens with him and Neela!
Answer: Yes, it's very likely we'll see Sharif/Gallant again this season, although David Zabel says "it wouldn't be a major story line."
Checking out of ER was no great loss for Sharif Atkins. During his three seasons as boring Dr. Michael Gallant, he never really became one of the hospital drama's breakout characters. We're talkin' zzzz....
When last seen, Gallant — who paid for med school as an Army reservist — was shipped off to active duty in Iraq. Just before leaving, Gallant nobly took the fall for Parminder Nagra's Dr. Neela Rasgotra, whose professional screwup resulted in a patient's death. So it seems pretty darn safe to say Gallant's gone for good, which is just fine by his portrayer, who's trading in cold Chicago winters for the sunny shores of Hawaii! NBC's newest cop show kicks off Sept. 1 and co-stars Atkins as Honolulu police detective John Declan.
"There's worlds of difference [between the characters]," Atkins says. "John Declan is one of those guys who's born to do what he does. He never thinks he's not gonna catch the bad guy.