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The third time turns out to be the charm for criminal Neal Caffrey. He has been eluding FBI agent Peter Burke for years, a run that finally comes to an end with his capture. But after the resourceful prisoner escapes from a maximum-security facility, then is nabbed once again by Burke, Caffrey suggests a different end-game: In return for freedom, he'll help the Feds catch long-sought criminals. Though skeptical, Burke soon realizes that Caffrey's instincts and insight are a rare commodity. Caffrey's trusted friend and co-conspirator with ties to the criminal underworld, Mozzie, also becomes a useful source for Burke and the FBI.

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aired 122 days ago
In order to gain the Pink Panthers' trust, Neal must work with a dangerous enemy from his past to get a valuable artifact; Peter and Elizabeth have a difficult time keeping their secret.
aired 255 days ago
In a last bid for freedom, Neal convinces Peter to make a deal with the FBI brass, but must first get access to the leader of a crime syndicate.
aired 346 days ago
Neal and Peter try to find hidden treasure beneath New York City in time to deliver an antidote to Mozzie.
aired 409 days ago
Peter asks Diana to help expose a corrupt stock trader with ties to Neal; Neal asks Peter to support his request.
aired 529 days ago
Neal and Peter believe an assassin is the one pulling Neal's strings; Neal distracts Rebecca while the FBI searches her apartment.
aired 529 days ago
Peter is offered a promotion in Washington, D.C.; Hagen gives Neal his final assignment and a life hangs in the balance.
aired 531 days ago
Peter's thrown back into an unsolved larceny case that has Neal worried - because Neal's the one who committed the crime.
aired 531 days ago
Neal and Peter take on an asset recovery case of the Museum of Natural History when a dinosaur skeleton goes missing.
aired 531 days ago
Neal continues to research the mystery of the Codex; Peter must work a case with his ex-girlfriend, Jill.
aired 536 days ago
Peter and Neal seek to uncover a smuggling ring in Little Odessa by infiltrating the criminal underworld.
aired 536 days ago
Based on Elizabeth's suspicions, Neal poses as a butler to expose an impostor and protect a Manhattan family's fortune.
aired 538 days ago
Peter settles into his new position; Neal must pull off a museum heist by convincing a criminal to steal a painting at the same time.
aired 538 days ago
Peter assigns Neal a new handler; Neal's loyalties are tested when an investigation may lead to Mozzie.
aired 538 days ago
Peter faces charges for the murder of Senator Pratt; Elizabeth begs Neal to help clear Peter at any cost.
aired 538 days ago
Neal goes under cover to investigate if a psychiatrist is manipulating her patients into committing theft.
aired 543 days ago
Neal and Peter are close to retrieving the evidence box from the Empire State Building; Pratt enlists FBI agents to assist in the hunt.
aired 543 days ago
Peter and Neal continue their investigation into the mystery of Ellen's evidence box; Neal believes a new sculpture is a forgery.
aired 543 days ago
When Peter and Elizabeth are taken hostage, Peter and Neal take different approaches to the situation; Sara has a potential new position in London.
aired 543 days ago
Peter and Neal work a forgery and money laundering case that leads them into two of the most iconic New York institutions, taxi cabs and jazz.
aired 550 days ago
Peter and Neal search for the truth about Neal's father's crime; Neal goes undercover to take down a member of the Irish Mob.
aired 550 days ago
Peter and Neal attend an FBI conference where a thief is after defense technology; Peter learns something about Sam.

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