Archived from on February 13, 2010. Peter is at the safe now. Siegel is found murdered on the street. Before he can join Kate, Neal looks back at Peter, and the jet explodes. He does so and Rebecca accepts him; they have sex.
Peter misses the appointment with Elizabeth to view the first sonogram of their son, and vows to her that he will never let anything else be a priority. They pose as the maker and potential buyer, respectively, of counterfeit whisky, and are able to prove that the younger Dennis killed Ellen. Kretchmer Hy Conrad February 1, 2011 2011-02-01 5039-10-210 3. At the end of the episode, Neal retrieves a paper flower from the grave of Kate's father, Robert, another cryptic message from Kate. Diana and Peter's lead brings them to an unidentified man who escapes their pursuit.
Moz holds up the card and says this was the queen Neal played him with the day they met. They turn on the pipe and take a 100 and put it in to test it. Peter initially denies but after the case is closed, Peter tells Neal that he had spoken with Kate. They call time and are ready to roll out. White Collar Season 5 Episodes.
Moz fights to close the pipe and gets it shut and the money starts rolling to the panthers again. Neal and Mozzie plan to fool another criminal, Zev, into breaking into the museum to steal a painting, with Neal taking the book chapter at the same time and then catching Zev. James returned to Neal's place after the shooting to find the evidence, but it was too late. He goes to get a box out of the attic and brings it down. Neal Caffrey, an incredibly charming criminal mastermind, is finally caught by his nemesis, G-Man extraordinaire Peter Stokes. He has a plan to do that. They see a residential building and believe that Hagen was recording the time of someone coming out of that building and going in.
When Neal escapes from a maximum-security prison to find his long-lost love, Peter nabs him once again. They load him up and tells Peter they have to go. On Hagan's body is information that leads Neal and Peter to a Brooklyn apartment, which both Hagan and Siegel were watching on the day Siegel died. Peter traces Niteowl Holdings to Shane Jacobi, an ex-con, and confronts him. She convinces him to let her help, and the next day she distracts the men repairing the window while Neal and Mozzie steal it. He tells Moz to take the bags and go. Zev trips the alarms but still escapes; Neal leaves prints behind when he escapes himself.
Keller runs with his bag of cash and Peter runs after him, gun out. He touches it and glares at them but then lets it go. Summers has something to do with the robbery. The first 10 episodes of the season aired in summer 2011, while the remaining six began airing in winter 2012. Rebecca is turning out to be a master con-woman, the mastermind of the Codex game.
Peter makes it to the airstrip before Neal takes off with Kate, and tries to stop him. He thinks back to Moz and his conspiracy theory. They plan to bring him down by proving fraud charges against his associate, land developer Cole Edwards. At the apartment, Neal and Mozzie discuss their next move, and are unable to figure out from the live feed the location of Rebecca. Did you watch the last episode? Neal is delayed when Peter, nostalgic about his former partnership, joins the stakeout. Neal tells Siegel he has heard chatter indicating that the museum is about to be robbed, and Peter authorizes a stakeout.
Peter is able to secretly warn Neal about Kramer's plan to 'steal' Neal and make him work for him. He pops his hat on and strolls down the street smartly. Archived from on January 18, 2012. Peter laughs and they reminisce about seeing Neal out of the corner of their eyes or hearing his voice. He puts fear in Mozzie by revealing that he knows his real name is Theodore Winters, while he has no clue about his real name. Mozzie and Diana are put together to look over Kate's murder, and Mozzie realizes that Diana has the music box and Peter knows where it is.