With six years of great cons and shenanigans, White Collar came to a fulfilling end this Thursday. During these years the dynamic duo of Peter Burke and Neal Caffrey raced against the clock to fight off some of the greatest con-artists of all time. Even though they weren’t officially playing father and son, their relationship gave off somewhat of a similar vibe. Peter was the father Neal never had, a man who believed in him so much to keep him from harm’s way and there were times when he even put his job and life at line in order to save Neal. Not only that but the whole cast of the show was pretty good, I mean from the poetic Mozzie to the charming El to the tough as nails Clinton and Diana.
Throughout the years, we saw Neal’s transformation from the exceptionally charming con-man to the (still exceptionally charming) person, who had been conned himself one too many times. The ladies from the cunning Alex to the gorgeous Sara Ellis to the dangerous Rebecca. I mean, there was so much for everyone that this show became one of my all-time favorites.
The series finale was just as good as I’d expect it to be, but then it went ahead and speared me with that twist in the end and I was like WHATTTTTT!!!!!! But in all fairness, the actors did a splendid job of giving their best one last time on the show. Thank you Matt Bomer, Thank you Tim DeKay, you have given me one of the best shows and one hell of a ride. I hope to see your teaming soon.