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Early Look at USA Network's 'White Collar' via Clips

October 16, 2009 (8:13 am) GMT
Take a look at how a con artist collaborates with an FBI agent in catching a suspect identified as The Dutch.
Early Look at USA Network's 'White Collar' via Clips

Four clips from the season premiere of "", a new series coming to USA Network, have been shared. The network will air the pilot on October 23 in a 90-minute special and follow it up with 13 one-hour episodes every Fridays.

Coming from the producer of "Hawaii", "White Collar" is a drama about the most unlikely partnerships between a con artist and an FBI agent who have been playing cat-and-mouse for years. , the Bryce Larkin of "", steps in as Neal Caffrey, the charming criminal mastermind while , the Dr. Paul Thomas of "Party of Five", takes the part of agent Peter Burke.

After escaping from a maximum-security prison to find his long-lost love, Neal is nabbed by Peter once again. Rather than returning to jail for this daring getaway, Neal suggests an alternate plan. He'll provide his expertise to assist the feds in catching other notorious and elusive criminals - in return for his freedom.

In the first clip, Peter takes his time when busting Neal in his hiding place. In the second one, Peter agrees to Neal's offer by bailing him out. In the third and fourth clips respectively, Neal finds a nice place to stay and talks to Peter's wife Elizabeth ().



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