Open Caption: White Collar

Welcome back, Kotter captioners! What a great bevy of submissions we racked up over the weekend! I'm supremely impressed. Here are the winners from Friday's contest:


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Doctor: "Ok, ok, let's stop and ask ourselves: WWDTD—What Would David Tennant Do?"


From Daniel-Jackson:

Doctor: "I saw the fall of Troy. World War V. I pushed boxes at the Boston Tea Party. Now I'm going to get killed by plumbers. In Cardiff."


From Simonuela:

Doctor: "But, soft! What light through yonder window breaks? It is Amy and Rory come to kick you in the ..."


Today's Image: White Collar

Well, I can't say it's the best night of television for photo captioning, but I did my best to find something scripted and wound up with yet another nugget from White Collar. In tonight's "Ancient History" Neal and his team try to track down a thief who's been stealing rare artifacts from multiple museums. In the still below, Neal inspects the museum glass with Alexandra. Post your best caption ideas in the comments!



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Neal: Don't be bored. Behold the greatest masterpiece, its called "THE QUESTION"

Alex: ....aaaaand why is that?

Neal: Because no-matter how hard you try to figure it out, you still wont have a clue.
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I wonder who's that handsome fella they're keeping inside this case...oh, wait: that was my own reflection....
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" I'm sorry even I don't get how this is art."
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Alexandra: you do seem well equipped for the job

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Neal: "I need this piece for my personal collection."
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I was a plexi-glass installer before I was a conman.
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Alex: So embarrassed for you, miming is with a box of air not glass.
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Neal: "Hmm, it seems the mime artist has indeed escaped"
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Alexandra: Now we can steal this priceless artifact.



Neal: Artifact? I thought we were here to steal this glass case. It's gotta be worth at least $50.
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NEAL: Hey Alex, if you think this is something, wait til you see me play Operation.
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"Set-dresser Matt Bomer arranging props on location led to a eureka-moment for White Collar-creator Jeff Eastin - 'I'll make this guy a star! Kid, get over here, you'll never have to lift another box again in your handsome life.'"
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Alexandra: The way you're gently handling that smooth box is the reason why you should be cast as Christian Grey.
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Hell's yeah my caption took it! I knew it was a winner as soon as it flowed through my keyboard. Thanks, CK and voters!
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Alexandra:Hmm...I guess it's true what they say about men and big hands.
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Alex: Wow, I guess he really likes his occupation..
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Alexandra: I'm suddenly so full of love, and sadness, and anxiety...

Neal: Ooops, my bad. The emotions just escaped the glass case.
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Neal : I wish i had Tom Cruise's Magic Gloves !
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Neal: " Watch out David Blaine, I have an even tinier glass box to get into"
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Neal: Alexandra, what are you looking at?

Alexandra: Ehem... Th...The alarm rig!
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Neal: Is this a metaphor for my life?

Alexandra: That's it. I"m texting Sarah. You two are getting back together right now.
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Neal: I can see myself in this glass.



Alexandra: Yeah, I always thought you looked a little Cuban.



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Neal: My mom taught me to always wear gloves when handling glassware.

Alexandra: Not to leave stains?

Neal: Not to leave fingerprints.
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Neil: Pretty soon my mime training will be complete, and I will no longer need this real glass box.
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I thought the exact same thing when I saw this, lol. All he needs is the face paint.
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Even if I lean it this way, my reflection still looks good.
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The best!!!!!!!!!!!
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I call this one "Plexi-glass cube number 6"
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Neal: There's a Ron Burgundy joke in here somewhere.
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With a decline in available memorabilia, Hardrock Cafes turn to interpretive movie props. Exhibit A - Ron Burgundy's Glass Case of Emotion.
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