August 29, 2012

Quick Thoughts: WHITE COLLAR, "Compromising Positions"

I can't say that this season's mysteries about Neal's father and who killed Ellen has grabbed me as much as I expected, it was nice getting back to them after a brief departure last week.

For the most part, "Compromising Positions" was White Collar going back to its old ways, but I have to admit that I enjoyed the heck out of this one because of the humor. Watching Neal and Elizabeth direct Peter and Sara during their staged rendezvous had me rolling, as did Mozzie's Swiss Army baby. For a minute there, I didn't care about the case or the mark because I was too busy laughing. That said, having to take down a fixer was entertaining to watch and I'm glad that they're pointing out who Peter's slowly being corrupted by Neal.

Overall, "Compromising Positions" was a good return to form worth a few laughs and good character beats. Can't beat that.


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