Neal Caffrey performs his biggest con yet - and we won't forget it any time soon.
Those who haven't yet seen the season finale of 'White Collar', look away now! Matt Bomer's genius con-artist Neal Caffrey has managed to pull off the ultimate scam and seemingly finally extract himself from the clutches of the FBI.
A curveball ending to 'White Collar' season six
It's been six seasons and nobody was expecting an ending like that on Thursday (December 18th 2014). We'll warn you again - if you haven't seen it, now is definitely the time to stop reading. In a bizarre twist that doesn't arise until nearly the end of the show (unsurprising, since Bomer's co-star Tim DeKay warned in an interview with Hypable: 'Do not walk away, until the final second of the episode'), Caffrey does the all time dirty by spectacularly faking his death in 'Sherlock' fashion.
Tim DeKay and Tiffani Thiessen shoot a scene for crime drama TV series 'White Collar' in New York City. The pair, who play FBI agent Peter Burke and his wife Elizabeth Burke respectively, are seen engaging in a tight embrace as Tim leaves a court building.
Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay - Jarie Burton, Matt Bomer, Bonnie Hammer, Tim DeKay, Marsha Thompson of White Collar New York City, USA - the 2011 USA Upfront at The Tent at Lincoln Center Monday 2nd May 2011
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