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Trouble In Paradise – WHITE COLLAR Sneak Peek
As we talked about a month ago, White Collar season 4 is just about ready to rock and star Matt Bomer has been tearing up the track lately. As the dedicated fans likely already know, the season 3 finale saw Bomer’s character, Neal, along with his toady Mozzie (well played by Willie Garson), make good his escape from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As season 4 opens, we find Neal and Mozzie drinking in the lush beauty and fruity alcoholic beverages of a tropical island. The Hollywood Reporter brings us this clip from the opening episode:
So we see the standard White Collar quasi-cutesy back-n-forth dialogue is still well intact. Also, a bit of digging around on the ol’ internet has revealed to me (!!potential spoilers!!) that this elusive Dobbs will be played by none other than Gregg Henry. Henry is probably best known for his work on HBO’s Hung and FX’s The Riches, but around the offices here, he’s better known as one of Brian De Palma’s stable, with a small part in Scarface and a large part in the (mostly) underrated Body Double. Certainly, Henry will bring that same golden-boy intensity he tends to bring to a lot of his roles–he’s very good at taking that all-American blonde image of his and making it scary and weird.
And now I’d like to talk about Willie Garson. Before White Collar came along (and maybe even still now), Garson was best-known for his semi-regular run on HBO’s Sex & the City. But like a lot of dudes, I only ever watched that show because a girl I was dating wanted to. I’ve actually been a big fan of Garson’s since I was a little kid. He had another irregular turn on a little situation comedy in the 1980s called Mr. Belvedere, where he played the nerdy best friend of Kevin Owens, the eldest kid. I’ve almost always been better able to relate to the nerdy best friend character in movies and TV, and Garson as Carl may have been the first, narrowly edging out Alan Ruck in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The guy would pop up in little roles over the years in junk like Repossessed and The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, and it was always nice to see him. But then his defining role became Henry Coffield on NYPD Blue. It was only seven episodes, but it was during the glory days of the Jimmy Smits era, and Garson played one of the most unlikeable-yet-still-kinda-likeable characters in that show’s storied run.
So if you haven’t watched White Collar yet, tune into the Willie Garson show on USA, this coming Tuesday the 10th.