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‘White Collar’ Season 4 Finale Preview: 7 Things You Should Know About ‘Into the Wind’


While this season of White Collar has been pretty up and down, the season finale is nothing short of heart-stopping. A lot of shows like to tout episodes as being “a game changer” and this one truly is. “Into the Wind” is so good that we almost don’t want to give anything away.

But we will offer up a few hints of what to expect in the episode, which picks up where last week’s episode left off. Neal and company know where Ellen’s box is in the Empire State Building and all they need is a plan to retrieve it. Let’s just say that things get even more complicated than they already sound.


-Two very different people approach Peter with offers to help him get the evidence from the building. It’s not hard to figure out which one is trustworthy.

-There’s a very lighthearted, fun scene that takes place early in the morning at Neal’s apartment.

-Senator Pratt returns to New York at a very inopportune time and has a very public faceoff with James and Neal that leads to a lot of trouble.

-Remember last week when Neal told James that Peter was more of a father to him than he could ever be? Look for a lovely Neal and Peter scene that reinforces that.

-Speaking of lovely, Neal and Sara fans, we suggest you keep something nearby to revive you after you melt from pretty much every scene the two share in this episode. My personal favorite is when the baton is brought up.

-We love a good heist, especially one that involves all the characters teaming up. This one might be one of the best yet. Again, try to remember to breathe.

-The twist at the end and the setup for next season will leave your jaw on the floor, as well Matt Bomer’s flawless performance.

White Collar airs its season finale on Tuesday, March 5 at 10 p.m. on USA Network.


Mandy Treccia
Mandy Treccia has served as TVSource Magazine’s Executive Editor since 2016, formerly as Editorial Director from 2012-2016. She is an avid TV watcher and card carrying fan girl prone to sudden bursts of emotion, ranging from extreme excitement to blind rage during her favorite shows and has on more than once occasion considered having a paper bag on hand to get her through some tough TV moments. Her taste in TV tends to rival that of a thirteen-year-old girl, but she’s okay with that.

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  1. I’m so excited for the season finale of White Collar tomorrow, especially after knowing that it’s still a little lighthearted! I am just so excited to come home from work at DISH tomorrow to find the new episode of White Collar waiting for me. Thankfully, I don’t need to miss the finale while I work late, since DISH’s Hopper can record 6 things at once during primetime hours!

  2. I am an Italian fan and I’ve seen all the episodes subtitled until ‘the original’. I’ll have to wait until Friday to watch ‘In the wind’. I can’t wait, seriously. The spoiler that you have given already put me chills. I hope that the episode is stunning, really. Knowing that I have to wait months to see the fifth season makes me sad, but this and more, for white collar.

    PS: I am sure that I will die when I see the lovely scene between Neal and Peter.

  3. Must agree with Cas Ryan: Please no more Sara!!!!!

  4. I stopped breathing just by reading… Can you imagine watching the episode? /dead

  5. Both excited and sad – the episode sounds amazing, but then we have to wait MONTHS for more! I’m looking forward to seeing how the show manages to wrap up all the story lines – Neal & Sara, Neal & James, Pratt – in one episode.

  6. why does every spoiler have to mention sara i may have a bucket for every scene she’s in anyway im looking forward to this i have no doubt it will be amazing

  7. omg!!! thanks… i great fan of neal and sara… and i hope them together <3

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