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  • Apparently, she didn’t leave him because she wanted to, with evidence showing in the video footage of the last time they were together (her tapping out a message in Morris Code)

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      Well, this second episode of White Collar wasn’t too bad considering I had a few doubts after the pilot episode. At least, in this case, which involved New York Fashion week, he actually proved why he was, at one point, a criminal mastermind and used his intelligence to help trap a bad

      guy rather than relying on information from his mysterious friend like he did in the pilot episode. We are also learning a bit more about his girlfriend’s disappearance. Apparently, she didn’t leave him because she wanted to, with evidence showing in the video footage of the last time they were together (her ...

      • tapping out a message in Morris Code). That side story involving his partner’s watch was a bit on the predictable side though. He looked at an expensive watch, his wife bought him a new, fancy watch only to have him not be as thrilled as expected and, before going out to bust
        the bad guy, she gives him back his old watch as a gift because she wanted him to be himself so he could stay out of danger. It’s an OK episode but I’m still on the fence with this series and, if it didn’t come on after Monk, I’m not sure if I would even be watching it.




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