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|Tue, 06-07-2011 - 9:32am|
To catch a thief is hard. But to catch a thief on the new season of White Collar is going to be a tad more difficult.
The third season premiere, airing Tuesday at 9/8c on USA, picks up right where the show left off three months ago when Neal (Matt Bomer) discovered billions of dollars of stolen art and jewelry left in a warehouse for him by an anonymous friend. After getting our hands on the episode early we pick five (non-spoilery) reasons to get excited for what's ahead.
1. Neal faces temptation: The tagline for the new season says it all: "Choose a side." While Neal has always struggled to balance his two personas -- as an expert con-man and as a reformed FBI criminal consultant -- last season's stunning cliff-hanger sets up his biggest challenge yet. Judging from the smile on his face in the last frame of Season 2, Neal isn't going to just turn the stolen goods in and call it a day. But with a suspicious Peter (Tim DeKay) close on his tail and the huge amount of money (or jail time, depending on how you look at it) hanging in the balance, watching Neal try to walk both sides of the line should prove more entertaining and tricky than ever.