White collar dating episode
With only three months left in his four-year sentence, he escapes to look for his girlfriend, Kate.Peter Burke once again finds Caffrey and returns him to prison.Peter (Tim De Kay) looked on in horror, but remained intent on testifying that James shot Pratt in self-defense.Unfortunately, James fled the scene, leaving Peter behind to be arrested for Pratt's death when new boss Amanda Callaway (Emily Procter) found Peter standing over the body with a gun.This time, Caffrey proposes a deal to help Burke apprehend dangerous white collar criminals with the FBI as part of a work-release program. They thus begin their unconventional and testy relationship.
Take Rebecca Lowe/Rachel Turner (Bridget Kegan) in “Borrowed Time,” letting Burke swindle her into finding Caffrey. At the auction, Caffrey and Burke locate the stamp protected by a top-of-the-line security system that triggers a cage when tampered.Trim the budget: TV characters we want to get rid of As if Neal didn't have enough proof, James' actions spoke much louder than the kind father-son words he had been selling to Neal for weeks.After Senator Pratt threatened James and pointed a gun at him, James shot and killed Pratt in cold blood.I don’t know where the “Baby Burke” storyline will take us, but it’s a tender addition to the show.The kidnappings, deaths and Caffrey’s smarts against old foes make for entertainment, but the characters’ joy about a new baby is refreshing.