5 Reasons To Get Matt Bomer, Tiffani Thiessen, Tim DeKay's 'White Collar' Season 6 On DVD!

By Jorge Solis (j.solis@mstarsnews.com) | May 02, 2015 07:00 PM EDT
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The final season 6 of White Collar will arrive in stores on DVD and Blu-Ray. This is the perfect opportunity to look relive the series finale and see how Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), Peter Burke (Tim DeKay), and Elizabeth Burke (Tiffani Thiessen) delivered the last con in your favorite episodes.

As we previously mentioned, the sixth season began with Peter (DeKay) rescuing Neal (Bomer) after he was suddenly kidnapped. While Neal found a way to infiltrate the crime syndicate, the Pink Panthers, Elizabeth Burke came back home to Peter with a wonderful announcement. Unfortunately, Peter basked in the news, his future as a father came to an abrupt halt when Matthew Keller (Ross McCall) returned.

We have 5 reasons why you should get White Collar's Season 6 on DVD:

5) Borrowed Time

As if the show was referencing itself, Borrowed Time wrapped up the Season 5 cliffhanger and setup the story arc involving the Pink Panthers. This was also the last time we saw Bridget Regan as the tragic femme fatale, Rebecca. Regan continued to kick butt as she played Peggy's adversary, Dottie Underwood, in Agent Carter.

4) Those Little Moments

Clinton (Sharif Atkins) had a hilarious conversation with Peter about fatherhood and his mother being mad at him for not finding the right girl yet. I really enjoyed seeing Elizabeth and Diana (Marsha Thomason) talking about motherhood and the fear of raising a child alone. Diahann Carroll was also a welcome sight to see when she showed up as June. It's these little moments that last a long time with audiences.

3) All's Fair

It turns out Mozzie (Willie Garson) married a con artist like himself. How am I not surprised? Even though the show had to wrap up in six episodes, I still loved the fact the writers found a way to come up with a Mozzie-centered episode.

Bonus: In our MStars interview, Garson revealed the pressure was on to make each episode count, "It came too quickly. There was a lot of tears. This the last time we're doing this. We have been pretty open about that none of us are rewriting history. It just was a situation where art and economics just did not mesh on the same page. And we are ending too early and we're all aware of that. USA found a way to thankfully, make room for these final six, to give us a chance to tie up a lot of loose-ends."

2) Return to Sender

My personal favorite of the six episodes is Return to Sender. In the plot, our leading men spoofed themselves as they had to play "father and son" in a scheme. Clinton had jokes on Peter, when he said he was like a "big brother" to Neal rather than a father figure. A nod to the fans, Clinton had us laughing when he said, "Keep telling yourself that."

1) Au Revoir

To the Collars fans, creator/showrunner Jeff Eastin put together a very satisfying ending that felt very much in character. Much like the series finale to Justified, the ending came down to the relationship between Neal and Peter. Who knows when we will see Bomer and DeKay on-screen together? Maybe one day there will be a comic book TV show, which will reunite them as costumed super villains much like the Prison Break leads.

Season 6 of White Collar arrives on DVD May 5, 2015.

 Readers, are you excited to add Season 6 to your White Collar collection?

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