White Collar Will Be Missed

go Last night I watched the last episode of the White Collar series. It was a great ending to say the least. Or perhaps “great ending” was an understatement. Somehow it felt like the story was a bit cramped up. Only six episodes for the final season? You gotta be kidding me! Oh well, regardless of that, it was still a blast watching Neal Caffrey, Peter Burke and Mozzie, strut their stuff every single episode.

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click here Peter Burke was a very solid character. And many viewers will see him as a role model. He is firm with his principles. And he’s very dedicated with his job and his family. A true man of honor indeed.

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http://venturabreeze.com/othello-essay-questions-1740/ Mozzie can be seen as the genius. He is a pivotal character in the series. He is the man behind the success of Neal, and even the FBI. His intelligence, critical thinking, craftsmanship  and unique set of skills made me admire his character.But I will definitely miss Neal Caffrey a lot. He’s the epitome of the guy who makes things happen whenever he wants to. He always finds a way to achieve his goals. He is a master planner. He sees all angles and probable situations. I can say he is a genius as well – an artistic genius. I even shed some tears when he “died”. Though at the back of my head, it was just his ultimate con.

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source site I will definitely miss the White Collar series. Making a movie (or TV movie perhaps?) based on the plot of this series can be an interesting one. But I am not raising my hopes for that. Good thing I have a complete set of all the episodes in my digital storage. I may be watching this series all over again in a few years. Or perhaps I’ll introduce this to my future son/daughter.

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