An entertaining episode which is well written with a number of new unlikable characters. Agent Kimberly Rice played by Diane Neal comes across a little like finger nails on a chalk board. At least she is not after Burke like the last agent we met, but she s not a team player and looks at and treats Neal like an underling who is to be bossed around and tells him not to speak unless spoken too. Basically "he's a tool in her tool belt" and that is all. The other is the short lived partner who Neal had ripped off for half a million and wanted him dead. A lovely man named Ryan Wilkes played by Charles Malik Whitfield. If Rice is finger nails, Wilkes is more like glass! He sooner kill you than look at you, especially when it comes to Neal! So you now know the new players.
A young woman is kidnapped. It just happens to be the daughter of the man Neal got thrown in jail for because of copying his stolen bonds. So Rice finds out from Wilkes, the kidnapper, that if she can get him Caffrey she can have the girl. Of course none of this plays out the way anyone plans and Neal is on his own to get out of it.
Meanwhile Neal is trying to convince Alex to tell him where the music box is so he can help Kate. He uses his relationship and the case to fulfill Alex's conditions. Mozzie and Peter both play big parts in the case and helping Neal. Of course Peter suspects, but doesn't really know what is going on. Personally I think Peter should just help Neal steal the box and get it over with!
A nice plot with some little holes, but for the most part very entertaining when the characters weren't getting on my nerves. The good guys all win in the end and everyone is friendly. Next weeks finale looks like a barn burner. I'm looking forward to it! Thanks for reading...