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White Collar: Scott Free

When a teenage conman goes on a wild crime spree in New York, Peter realizes he has a new Neal Caffrey on his hands.

Source: USA

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x6
Production Number: BCW305
Airdate: Tuesday July 12th, 2011

Director: Tricia Brock
Writer: Joe Henderson

Alternate Airdates:

AU (one) Nov 30, 2012

Guest Stars
Sharif AtkinsSharif Atkins
As FBI Agent Clinton Jones
Hutch DanoHutch Dano
As Scott Rivers
Dana AshbrookDana Ashbrook
As Thomas Carlisle
Jeffrey OmuraJeffrey Omura
As Mr. Stewart
Olek KrupaOlek Krupa
As Alec (Fake ID supplier)

Co-Guest Stars
Ryan James NolanRyan James Nolan
As Agent Westley (as Ryan Nolan)
Tia ShipmanTia Shipman
As flirty girl
Meghan McCaigMeghan McCaig
As beautiful girl
Main Cast
Matthew BomerMatthew Bomer
As Neal George Caffrey
Tim DeKayTim DeKay
As FBI Special Agent Peter Burke
Willie GarsonWillie Garson
As Mozzie
Marsha ThomasonMarsha Thomason
As FBI Agent Diana Barrigan
Hilarie BurtonHilarie Burton
As Sara Ellis
Tiffani ThiessenTiffani Thiessen
As Elizabeth Burke


The scene opens with the team tracking down a young con artist, who poses as a modern day Robin Hood or “Robin Hoodie” as he becomes known to the team. Neal becomes quite intrigued by the kid and ends up getting him out of some trouble in the process (with some help from Sara and Moz of course); he probably sees a young him in the kid. All the while, Neal and Mozzie continue on their plans for their final escape, with Peter still on their tails. Let’s get started. So the team is tracking down a new 20 year-old safe cracker and forger, like a Caffrey for the new millennium Peter says. Neal reminds everyone that at 20, unlike this new guy, he was never caught. We get into the new kid’s supposed place and instead of a person behind the moving shadow under the door; it’s a vacuum robot with a vase on top moving around. Nice. ..

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