THE PLOT THUS FAR
Matt Bomer is back for another thrilling season of high-class capers and criminal intrigue on TV’s slickest, sexiest show, White Collar! Bomer returns as suave con man turned FBI consultant Neal Caffrey, racing to stay one step ahead of the feds even as he helps his partner, Agent Peter Burke, bring down some of the world’s most clever criminals. The stakes are at an all-time high as Neal struggles to come to terms with his own checkered past, but will his greatest con cost him everything?
WHAT WE THOUGHT
White Collar’s third season centered around everything from Nazi gold to Mozzie. Hell, Mozzie is turning into the Urkel of this piece as each episode is changed to focus on him. Beau Bridges shows up again to mentor Peter and the others, but it’s not like we’re getting a ton of star power in this piece. But, let’s talk more about Mozzie. No Mozzie = No Show.
Neal’s best friend, the “geek” Mozzie, is even more cliché than whine-swirling criminal in the 10.000-dollar-suit and the down-to-earth yet super-important FBI-special-agent in the 100-dollar-suit. He of course is extremely paranoid, has absolute knowledge of everything that even remotely has to do with technology and is practically incapable in every other aspect of existence.
The DVD comes with gag reel, deleted scenes and commentary. The Dolby track has a good surround mix, but it’s not overpowering. The transfer is in standard definition, but it works for what it is. Why can’t we seem to get a Blu-Ray release of the USA shows? Oh well, I’d recommend a purchase to fans.
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!