He says Peter (aka Dunbar) is the best he knows and says he can trust him. Peter says he pulled the London Graff diamond heist in ’07 modeled on his. He says it was a Bentley Flying Spur but says he had a chauffeur.
Woodford puts down the gun and Peter is in with the Pink Panthers.
Peter: Ok, we stop the judge from taking the Sullivan home. [Neal raises his eyebrows] You know what I meant... A new breed of forger, technological virtuoso with a classical artistic foundation.
If we lean on her hard enough, she'll flip on Fowler. Neal: Well, your hand is programmed over years to write letters a certain way. Suspected of art forgery, theft of the Antioch manuscripts, and convicted of bond forgery.
Kate Moreau was Neal Caffrey's long time on-again/off-again girlfriend.
She originally pursued life as an artist, but quickly became disillusioned with life as a starving artist.
As of time of writing, there have been 34 episodes of my favourite TV show that have aired so I suppose this post could have been “34 things I learnt from White Collar” but I figured ten is as good a start as any just to pique your interest.
Among a raft of objectives, she wants to “get tough on irresponsible behaviour in big business”.
Moz comes over angry that he gave his role to the suit.
He tells Moz he can steal million from the Pink Panthers and that’s why he kept him on the outside.
The preconceptions about letters go away and you have a perfect signature. He had a few accomplices, none on record, most of the time choosing to work alone, keeping the number of people that could turn on him to near zero.
It is estimated that he forged over 10.3 billion dollars of priceless antiquities. After he was arrested, your dad told me that our department is filled with dirty cops and they set him up. And then, uh, yesterday, your father confessed to the murder. Neal [to James Bennett, his father]: You asked me why I don't have original art?