@ChandelCharles cos she's smarter than all the mfer's put togehter. She knew Alder would try and kill them so she escaped last minute, faked her death, just to finish the long con Neal started when he met her. I hope this theory is true otherwise I think another show bites the dust for me. His smile seemed like he knew who is was... so I was thinking Kate cos it would make it a great finale. But if she's still dead, sucks a** cos it makes it more intersting. Otherwise what else is there?
I'm starting to think that I should have entitled this review "Who's con is it anyway" because all these ideas are pretty awesome. I actually just read somewhere that they were thinking about bringing Kate back in one more season three episode. I don't know if that means she'll be alive or its another flashback, but given this evidence and that Adler revealed that the explosion was Kate's idea, it might be plausible. I would caution, however, that the plane didn't explode over the Atlantic like it was supposed to, so how could she have possibly escaped?
I was wondering if this whole thing was set up by Kate herself. I don't know how she managed to sneak off the plane despite it blowing up. I was also trynna find out any similarities to the place where Neal fount Kate after she dissappeared ( in episode 11) , the place where Peter arrests Neal. If anyone of you can find even the slightest of similarities to the warehouse Kate lived kindly put up a picture. :)
oooohhh it must be Kate. They had the long history with Alder, he conned them both before and now Kate got their own back. She deffos was responsible for this very crafty. I like before I thought the finale was bland now....so interesting, no wonder Neal was all breathless then smiled because maybe he caught on; Kate.
@Sam, SurfWflt, Tyler
U guys are so right! It couldn't have been Alex because what reason would she have to give him all of it. It wasn't Neal because why would he leave himself a note. It would epic if it were Kate. That would be the best plot.
1) She knew in S1 Neal would fo the job for Fowler leading to the plane (her con)
2) She knew she couldn't trust Fowler or Alder knowing they would most likely kill them. (hence a long con)
3) She knew Burke would catch up with Neal allowing her to make the phone call to Alder
4) It was necessary Neal thought she was dead to trick Alder into the stuff that has happened in S2
5) Alder believing Neal wasn't competition used him with the sub stuff etc. and thought he was in the clear because Neal's with the FBI, etc.
6) What Alder didn't count on was Kate being alive. She used an explosion just like he did, bringing Alder to his knees, shot killed, dead
7) And the goods in the storage unit.
FOR HER AND NEAL!
This would be such an epic storyline. All revealing itself in due time. I did think it was lame for them to just kill her that way, when I watched it I thought, 'bad writing' but if this is why the did it. Amazing! I get it.
I think you and I are the only creative genuises with a mind for White Collar, lol. I really was thinking. It's Kate who was behind all this. Overall I was disappointed with the episode their life or death situations weren't really life or death, they were 'meh' but this view could be because I've been watching so much Nikita and it's recent preview clip that everything else pales in comparision.
I'm hoping Kate is behind it and is alive. Otherwise I don't have much incentive to watch, I was already bored mid-season the only interest that sparked me is con man Neal when he's solo and Kate because she's an enigma (and crazy beautiful).
Till the summer. I hope the writers are legendary and make Kate behind this we need another blue eyed beauty con artist besides Neal. Because Neal can't actually do cons because he's all fed, but doesn't mean Kate can't and drag him to the dark side. Come on it's interesting. I hate this bland Neal/Sara/Peter/El thing. Spice it up!
Love the show, but alittle disappointed with last night's episode.
For one, I feel like they wrapped up the whole Kate storyline too quickly - plus I agree with other commenters that she is likely still arrive. I think there is more to the music box. Also bummed that they killed Adler, as I liked Andrew McCarthy in that role. My biggest complaint, however trivial it might seem, is how the hell did all this priceless artwork survive being submerged in the East River, of all places(!!), for over 70 years?! I'm a big fan of sunken treasure and salvage operations, but this one was beyond implausible for me. Love Moz; he gets the best dialogue. Hope they'll expand his role, moving forward. Bored with the Alex/Sara/Neal scenario.
I think you're wrong at Kate's story being wrapped up. I think it was HER, who sent Neal the note, everything in the warehouse. IT WAS KATE. That would be some seriously top notch writing if it were. She was pulling a long con for/with Neal unbeknownst to him. Am I the only one who got that? The cryptic note, Neal's shock as he enters the warehouse, his smile.
Wasn't anyone thinking? They are the slickest Bonnie and Clyde if this is true....
Well consider he found it in Mexico last time I check they were not a part of New York
Anybody know how Adler managed to salvage a submarine from the harbor waters of New York and store it in a New York warehouse, with nobody noticing? The writing falls apart in many places in this season finale. Adler's plan obviously included obtaining the apartment and moving the treasures immediately from the submarine into it. But how come the feds, having found these treasures in the sub, do not bother to guard it overnight? Again, the major project of moving the treasures from the sub to the apartment overnight is accomplished with no one noticing. Having moved the treasures, why are Adler and his men still hanging around the warehouse the next day, rather than disappearing, other than to get caught and set up the final and fatal shoot out scene? No, I do not think that these questions will be answered in next season's episodes. Not that I will be watching, as the writing is just too implausible, and I really don't care about Neal's love life choices between the two fashionable hotties.
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