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White Collar: Gloves Off

Peter sends Neal undercover as a Wall Street stock trader. Neal discovers a White Collar boxing ring where traders fight for insider information. In order to take down the corrupt CEO, Peter and Neal must step out of the office and step in to the ring.

Source: USA

Episode Info

Episode number: 4x9
Production Number: BCW409
Airdate: Tuesday September 11th, 2012

Director: Renny Harlin
Writer: Mark Goffman

Alternate Airdates:

CA (bravo) Mar 20, 2013
AU (one) Oct 02, 2013


Guest Stars
Sprague GraydenSprague Grayden
As Young Ellen
Treat WilliamsTreat Williams
As Samuel 'Sam' Phelps
Victor WebsterVictor Webster
As Eric Dunham

Co-Guest Stars
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 Neal, Peter and Mozzie watching the cassette. A young Ellen is seen talking to the camera, and in other words to Neal. Ellen says that Neal’s father has been accused of a very serious crime. “He told me he was innocent, and I believed him” she says. She tells Neal, she believes his father is innocent. She also reveals that his father said he was set up dirty cops. But before she could investigate the whole thing his father confessed to the murder. She never got to talk to him, but all she knows is that he turned state’s evidence and as a result Neal, his mom and she are being placed under witness protection. ..

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Other Episode Crew

CreatorJeff Eastin
Executive ProducerJeff Eastin  |  Mark Goffman
Co-Executive ProducerJeff King
ProducerMargo Myers
Co-ProducerJim Campolongo  |  Joe Henderson  |  Alexandra McNally
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