White Collar “Borrowed Time” Recap

So here we go, the final season of White Collar – so sad, but I can’t wait to see what Neal (Matt Bomer) and the gang will get up to in the last six episodes.

The episode kicks off with Peter (Tim DeKay) thinking that Neal ran because the FBI refused to release him. They raid his apartment, but Mozzie (Willie Garson) walks in having no idea what is happening. He comes to the conclusion that Neal must have been taken somewhere. I liked Diana’s (Marsha Thomason) polka dot blouse. I liked this Dylan Gray Polka Dot Silk Blouse ($198) for a similar look:

polka dot blouse

We find out that one of Rebecca’s (Bridget Regan) associates has taken Neal hostage to help him audition for the Pink Panthers, a world renowned group of thieves. Neal leaves clues for Peter to find him but persuades Peter to let him finish the heist in an attempt to get an even bigger score. The FBI isn’t sure they can trust him, after Mozzie pretty much admitted that they were planning to run, but they let it play out.

In the meantime, Elizabeth (Tiffani Thiessen) has moved to Washington D.C. to start her new job while Peter stays in New York. I loved her belted coat during their phone call and haven’t seen anything like it. I thought this Belted Crepe Trench Coat ($34.90) was somewhat similar:

belted coat

Neal is able to successfully audition for the Pink Panthers in a spectacular heist. He definitely has no fear! He is hoping that the Pink Panthers will be a big enough score to make a deal with the FBI for his freedom. Neal makes it back to the FBI office in time to say goodbye to Rebecca but in a shocking twist she tries to escape and the marshall has to kill her. This was so sad, especially after Neal admitted that he still had feelings for her.

After a long day, Peter heads home to find Elizabeth waiting for him with some big news! She is pregnant! She looks fabulous in a navy sheath. I found this similar Adrianna Papell Side Pleat Sheath Dress ($118):

navy sheath

Neal and Mozzie end the evening with a glass of wine on the terrace. Mozzie got to walk in Neal’s shoes at the FBI and understands why Neal stays, but he tells him that it’s all an illusion. Neal alludes to the idea that he might be after something bigger. With five episodes left who knows what he has up his sleeve?

How do you think the series will end?

If you missed this episode, you can find it on iTunes for $2.99.

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