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He's quickly caught by Burke (who was responsible for catching him in the first place) and is in for another four year stay, but manages to be released to the FBI (Under Burke's supervision and being tagged with a GPS-tracking anklet) to assist with catching some of the most ruthless white collar criminals in New York City, which also gives him an opportunity to pursue his lost girlfriend, Kate, on the side.
Other important characters include Elizabeth Burke (Tiffani Thiessen), Peter's loving and devoted wife, with whom he has a wonderful relationship; Mozzie (Willie Garson), Neal's lovably eccentric partner in crime; and the members of Peter's White Collar Crime Unit, including Clinton Jones (Sharif Atkins) and Diana Barrigan (Marsha Thomason).
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is a drama by USA Network about a white collar Gentleman Thief, Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), and Peter Burke, the FBI Agent supervising him (Tim De Kay) who work together, albeit begrudgingly, to stop white collar criminals.
Caffrey is a convicted Con Artist, having broken out of jail three months before his sentence of four years was completed. This place is nearly empty during the day; they only have two employees. Neal: I like what you're thinking, but I don't want the sprinkler system running.