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White Collar (2009–2014)
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Au Revoir 

Neal will need a little helping hand with his latest heist, and the FBI agent will take part in the dangerous con during "Au Revoir."

Director:

Sanford Bookstaver

Writers:

Jeff Eastin (created by), Jeff Eastin | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Bomer ... Neal Caffrey
Tim DeKay ... Peter Burke
Willie Garson ... Mozzie
Marsha Thomason ... Diana Barrigan
Sharif Atkins ... Clinton Jones
Tiffani Thiessen ... Elizabeth Burke
Ross McCall ... Matthew Keller
Gavin Lee ... Alan Woodford
Lucas Salvagno ... Sergio
Peter Bradbury Peter Bradbury ... Benson
Diahann Carroll ... June
Jakob Von Eichel ... Mike
Jennifer Cortese ... Chloe
Kristin Muri ... Stewardess
Rob DeRosa ... Homeless Man
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Storyline

Neal will need a little helping hand with his latest heist, and the FBI agent will take part in the dangerous con during "Au Revoir."

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »

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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Last episode of the series See more »

Goofs

Neal is pointing his gun on Keller: in one shot you can see Neal's arm straight, pointing towards Keller. In the next one you'll see that Neal's arm is bent. It goes like this for the entire scene. See more »

Quotes

[Woodford is pointing a pistol at Burke, who has just walked in amongst his gang. His eyes are blazing with fury]
Neal Caffrey: Woodford, we need another man. He's the best I know.
Alan Woodford: [scowling] We can do the job without him.
Neal Caffrey: No, we can't. OK? Trust me. Trust him.
[Woodford cocks his head to one side, suspiciously]
Alan Woodford: Why should I?
Peter Burke: Because I pulled the Graff Diamond Heist in London in '07. Sloane Street.
[Woodford looks interested]
Peter Burke: Modeled it after the same Graff Diamond Heist you pulled in '03.
[...]
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Connections

References Laugh-In (1967) See more »

Soundtracks

White Collar Maine Theme
(uncredited)
Written by Jon Ehrlich
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A decent ending to a good show.
19 December 2014 | by ranjith-n0See all my reviews

White Collar was sentimental for me, it was one of the first few shows I watched when I started on an array of TV shows. White Collar had very good writing, exceptional humor thrown in and a stellar cast(loved the ladies, not overused, just fine).

And when the breaks happened, and I caught up with quite a few great shows, I had to watch White Collar because it was ending and I HAD TO BE THERE WHEN IT DOES. So I was.

The greatest con is one of the suggestive methods of input for show like this. Simplest stuff is better, quoting a notion from the show. To elegant simplicity. The means justify the end.

The plot is still left open, and I sure hope they make an extension to the show, or a movie maybe. To one of USA's good shows, White Collar, the show- 7.5/10 Series Finale- 8/10


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