White Collar

Season 3 Episode 3

Deadline

6
Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Jun 21, 2011 on USA
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Episode Summary

When a journalist's life is threatened, Diana goes undercover as her assistant to protect her while Neal and Peter take a look at the journalist's work.

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  • Boring

    4.5
    The case this episode was so boring, and i dont really care for Neal and Sara, there is no chemistry between them.
  • Finally some Diana action

    8.5
    I've enjoyed this episode more than the first two, just because I was glad the writers decided to let Marsha Thomason have more time on screen which gave us a chance to know more about her character... and a little bit of her acting skills.



    The case was okay, but not what we're used to see, with Neal and Peter in action and finding out ideas and ways of getting their way.



    So the manifest is out of Neal's hands and I still wonder if Peter knew if Neal was trying to get to it. Maybe Agent Matthews didn't fall for Neal's charms? We'll learn soon.



    Now, Sara... is she really necessary? Neal was better off alone. Now she's just a filler.moreless

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  • QUOTES (6)

    • Mozzie: (walks in on Neal and Sara) Oh. Get a room!
      Sara: We are in a room.
      Neal: My room.
      Mozzie: That hurts. Next time I make a lock, I guess it should be for your door.
      Sara: Or there is this thing called knocking.
      Neal: Wait, wait, wait, wait. You're leaving?
      Sara: Mood's officially killed. Call me later. Or come over.
      Mozzie: Sure.
      Sara: Not you.

    • Diana: There's nothing cute about pottery class.
      Neal: Yes, pottery class! So much better than I ever could have imagined. And that would explain... (points to the table)
      Sara: (lifts the crooked bowl Neal pointed to) ...This
      Diana: What? (takes the bowl from Sara) I made this!
      Sara: Oh, uh, I mean, I think that it's lovely..
      Neal: Ditto. (everybody bursts out laughing)

    • Sara: Normal people don't talk about this before work.
      Neal: No, they don't. We can try normal.
      Sara: O-okay!
      Neal: Yeah, let's try it.
      Sara: Great. Sweetie?
      Neal: Yes, darling?
      Sara: Did you take out the garbage?
      Neal: Honey, I shredded the garbage. You know the feds love to rummage.
      Sara: They're not the only ones. You know, I once tracked a Rothko to the Hamptons using a jitney receipt.
      Neal: (laughing) Okay, that did not work.

    • Diana: Neal, this is my girlfriend Christie.
      Neal: Christie. So nice to finally meet you.
      Christie: The infamous Neal Caffrey. (to Diana) I think his smile is more charming than devious.

    • (Diana's on the phone with Peter while trying to keep up with Helen)
      Peter: How's it going over there?
      Diana: I have so many paper cuts, I need a blood transfusion. It is impossible to remove wheat grass from Chanel. She made me go to her brownstone to give Prozac to her parrot.
      Peter: How was that?
      Diana: It shrieked at me about deadlines.
      Helen: Is that a personal call?
      Diana: Document storage. The files you asked for.
      Peter: Was that her or the parrot?
      Diana: I don't know how long I can do this. She wants to have dinner with Salman Rushdie tonight. How am I supposed to find – wait, you can find Salman Rushdie.
      Peter: Oh, I'd have to pull some strings.
      Office Messenger: Mail.
      Helen: Why isn't my mail open?
      Diana: I see why she gets so many death threats.

    • Jones: She puts the "hell" in "Helen".

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Belgium: "Protection rapprochée" (Close protection)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Latin America: Februrary 1, 2012 on FOX
      Czech Republic: August 18, 2012 on Prima LOVE
      Canada: October 22, 2012 on Bravo

    • Burke tells Diana that, while undercover, she use an English accent, specifically from Manchester.

      Marsha Thomason (Diana) is actually from Manchester and puts on the American accent for the series.

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