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White Collar: Stealing Home

A wealthy baseball fan plans to steal a valuable piece of memorabilia from Yankees Stadium and recruits Neal to join his team for the heist.

Source: USA

Episode Info

Episode number: 3x15
Production Number: BCW315
Airdate: Tuesday February 21st, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

AU (one) Apr 03, 2013

  • Currently 8.9/10
8.9/10 (15 Votes cast)


Special Guest Stars
Diahann Carroll
As June

Guest Stars
Sharif Atkins
As FBI Agent Clinton Jones
Hal Ozsan
As Gordon Taylor
Ward Horton
As Robert Withrow, Jr.
Cliff Bemis
As Geoffrey

Co-Guest Stars
Ryan James Nolan
As Agent Westley
Max Tapper
As Duran
Curtis Shumaker
As Security Guard #1
Main Cast
Matthew Bomer
As Neal George Caffrey
Tim DeKay
As FBI Special Agent Peter Burke
Willie Garson
As Mozzie
Marsha Thomason
As FBI Agent Diana Barrigan
Hilarie Burton
As Sara Ellis
Tiffani Thiessen
As Elizabeth Burke


The scene opens with Peter filling out his paperwork for Neal's hearing; he wants to be well prepared for it. It sounds like Peter's testimony will be critical to this case; thus he is visibly worried. Meanwhile, they're watching Gordon Taylor a well-known con without a record. Taylor, a contract thief, is in town and the team is trying to figure out what he's there to steal; hence he is being kept under observation, as he must surely be up to something. He is apparently very popular, which makes finding witnesses difficult; thus he has never been convicted, and hence neither does he have a record. Meanwhile, after the meeting Diana tells Peter about Kramer not thinking Neal should have his sentence commuted; as he feels Neal’s crimes deserve a punishment. Peter tells her he hasn't decided what he'll say at the hearing; he is still contemplating his stance. ..

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Warning: White Collar season 3 episode 15 guide may contain spoilers
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