History Headscratchers / WhiteCollar

30th Aug '16 11:01:46 AM TimBuckII
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** You don't know how guys work AT ALL, do you?
11th Jun '16 5:02:38 AM CharlesPhipps
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** To be fair, Addler has a billion dollars. That buys a lot of bribe money.
20th May '16 8:21:25 AM TimBuckII
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** I think you're taking this too literally.
20th May '16 8:16:24 AM TimBuckII
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** You don't know how guys work AT ALL, do you?
28th May '15 11:09:47 PM greenwood
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* Also on the German sub: How and the heck did addler get it out of the ocean with out the FBI's knowledge. Underwater salvage of just bits and pieces is a large en devour, getting a WHOLE freaking sub into a warehouse with out it going on the news would be impossible. Just getting it up from the sea floor with out breaking would be an amazing feat.
29th Mar '15 5:10:50 PM KeyaS
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* Something that I didn't notice as odd the first watch but that jumped out at me later on was the flashback scene where Peter realized that Neal didn't know where Kate was and that they could use her as bait for him. Peter noticed that she wasn't staying in one place for long, like she was avoiding Neal, and that Neal didn't know where she was. Without context, the situation sounded kind of like someone trying to avoid an abusive partner. Obviously, Neal wasn't actually abusive, but it strikes me as kind of odd that the thought never crossed anyone's mind. They went ahead and used Kate as bait, which could have potentially put her in danger.
29th Mar '15 5:02:44 PM KeyaS
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* Why do Neal and Peter always talk about how Peter's however many to Neal's O? It doesn't seem to make much sense, seeing as there's no way for Neal to actually get a point in that game, since a round continues forever or until Peter catches him. I understand that Peter would claim he's ahead, but Neal would most likely argue back that Peter's not ahead at all.
3rd Mar '15 9:25:06 AM Religion0
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* A bit meta, but in one episode in season 4, Neal tells Peter to imply to a competitive suspect that he's "Doing a little bit better, earning a just a bit more money. If he drives a BMW (or Beemer) then you drive a Ferrari." I'm not a big petrolhead, but isn't Ferrari a couple of steps up rather than "Doing just that bit better"? Wouldn't that be a Mercedes or a Porsche?
20th Jan '15 6:02:06 AM KeyaS
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* Why is it that every time Neal - a nonviolent criminal - is suspected of doing something, ''everyone'' is sent after him, whereas hardly anyone seems to be after the legitimately dangerous criminals? And why was he in maximum security in the beginning of the series? That's not exactly standard for someone convicted of bond forgery, is it?
16th Jan '15 7:49:22 PM KeyaS
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* This is a minor one, but still - What were the odds that Byron's clothes fit Neal perfectly?
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