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White Collar: Wanted

Peter tries to find Neal on a remote island before a bounty hunter locates him first in the Season 4 premiere.

Source: USA

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x1
Production Number: BCW401
Airdate: Tuesday July 10th, 2012

Director: Paul Holahan
Writer: Jeff Eastin

Guest Stars
Mekhi PhiferMekhi Phifer
As FBI Agent Kyle Collins
James RebhornJames Rebhorn
As Reese Hughes
Gregg HenryGregg Henry
As Henry Dobbs
Judith IveyJudith Ivey
As Ellen Parker
Mia MaestroMia Maestro
As Maya

Co-Guest Stars
Alejandro SantosAlejandro Santos
As Hector
Jose CaroJose Caro
As Lorenzo
Rafa AlvarezRafa Alvarez
As Brody
Madelyn OrtizMadelyn Ortiz
As Local
Juan CapellaJuan Capella
As Rodrigo Haberdasher
Miguel Angel ReyesMiguel Angel Reyes
As Local with Knife
Jose IrizarryJose Irizarry
As Street Musician
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
Sharif AtkinsSharif Atkins
As FBI Agent Clinton Jones
Tiffani ThiessenTiffani Thiessen
As Elizabeth Burke


The episode begins with Peter sitting in Neal's apartment, recalling the incidents leading up to Neal’s disappearance. Meanwhile, Peter is introduced to Kyle Collins, who is unhappy that after six weeks there are no leads on Neal's whereabouts, and he makes it amply clear to Peter. Collins is there at the behest of Kramer and is adamant Peter is going to help him find Neal, as he is sure Peter knows something. Cut to Neal in a tropical paradise of some sort, living the high life, and apparently enjoying every bit of it. There is a boy named Hector he has befriended and he is disturbed that his fruit is being stolen. He is pursuing an attractive waitress Maya who doesn't trust his past. ..

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Episode Notes
Filmed in Puerto Rico.

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