Alex Hunter is back in town and she's topping the FBI's short list of masterminds behind a botched Greek antiquities heist. Hoping to prove there's someone pulling her strings Neal reaches out to his former flame, yet as with all things Neal and Alex, the spark is there but the trust is harder to come by.

Meanwhile, when a thirty-year-old video message from Ellen surfaces, Neal's plan to watch the tape with Sam leads Mozzie to turn to Peter for help. Mozzie and Peter share similar concerns over their friend's blind trust of a man he barely knows, but Mozzie's snooping inadvertently leads he and Peter to blow Neal's cover with Alex, derailing the case and leaving Neal seething.

Now, while Neal deals with his feelings of betrayal, he hopes his past with Alex will convince her to trust him and roll on her current employer before they attempt another job. But as history shows, when it comes to Neal and Alex it's never quite clear where the truth lies...

About White Collar

White Collar centers on the unlikely crime-solving partnership between Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), a charming con man turned consultant for the FBI, and Peter Burke (Tim DeKay), the Federal Agent charged with keeping him on the right side of the law.

When Neal escaped from a maximum-security prison to find his long-lost love, Peter had to bring him to justice - for the second time. Rather than return to jail, Neal suggested an alternate plan: he would provide his criminal expertise to assist the Feds in catching other elusive criminals in exchange for his eventual freedom. Initially wary, Peter quickly found that Neal provided insight and intuition that couldn't be found on the right side of the law.

Since then, Peter and Neal have amassed an enviable record within the White Collar Crimes Unit and laid the foundation for a deep friendship. But as some have said about Neal, once a con, always a con, and while his unique skills have helped Peter close some high profile cases, his methods have endangered both his friends and fellow colleagues and drawn increased scrutiny from the higher-ups.

Eventually, Neal earned a chance to have his sentence commuted, but when he realized the scales of justice were unfairly weighted against him, Neal did the only thing left for him to do: he ran. Although Manhattan may be in his rearview, the past won't stay behind him for long, and soon both he and Peter will have to face the consequences of the choices they have made.

Cast & Crew

Peter Burke as played by Tim DeKay