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....
One Tree Hill
One Tree Hill
This episode pays tribute to the 2009 film The Hangover, with a slight twist: A wild and crazy adventure happens at a bachelorette party instead of at a bachelor party. The guest of honor is bride-to-be Brooke, and when she awakens in the morning, she can't remember the details of the prior outrageous night. Her friends who were with her are in the same boat, so together they try to piece together exactly what happened. Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro guest stars as himself. — Jennifer Sankowski
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Austin Nichols and Sophia Bush
After eight seasons of bad boyfriends, One Tree Hill's Brooke is getting hitched.
No, really! Star Austin Nichols, who plays husband-to-be Julian, assures TVGuide.com that disaster won't strike on their big day.
"Brooke's had a long journey in the world of romance and she's found the right guy," Nichols says. "I don't think anyone would come and mess with what we found."
Steve Harvey's ex-wife posted a series of YouTube videos over the weekend alleging that he cheated on her throughout their 10-year marriage and subsequently turning her family against her when they split.
In the three videos -- which run almost 25 minutes all together -- Mary Harvey discusses everything from their first meeting to his infidelity.
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