Another pretty solid and entertaining episode of White Collar. In this case it seemed like a strange case for the FBI to be involved in, but they did an interesting job of setting up the reasoning behind their involvement.
We have the classic "divisions of a law enforcement group not getting together". It's a classic story tool. In this case we have the annoying Mob Division guy Special Agent Ruiz played by Kirk Acevedo who won't work with Burke because he has a participant in his department who is a convicted felon (Caffrey). So Burke and Caffrey go after the person they think is responsible without letting anyone else know.
I especially enjoyed the performance of the actor playing the veteran with the dog. Callie Thorne playing Maria Fiametta plays a femme fatale who turns out to be quite the dangerous person in her own right. On a side note Caffrey and Mozzie are working on what the message Kate left on the bottle of wine she left for Neal was. They have found a map of the New York subways and now they have to figure out what it means. Mozzie must have made a lot of money or is very close to Caffrey as he comes in handy all the time. It's funny how Burke doesn't want to know about him whenever Caffrey tries to tell him, but you feel like he knows.
Neal comes through once again for Peter. I think the relationship is becoming more of a partnership. They've been pretty clever with the stories so far. We'll see if they can keep it up. Thanks for reading...