White Collar "In the Red" Nitpicks

Season 2, Episode 6 Air Date: August 17, 2010

When you watch a program over and over, you start to notice minor continuity issues, plot oversights and other goofs. This page is not intended to be a criticism aimed toward the show or anyone who works on White Collar. They produce a great show and should be proud of their work. That's why I titled it "Nitpicks" because to nitpick means "to be overly critical or criticize minor details." If it bothers you, please don't read them. This page is intended to be for people who love watching something and going "I never noticed that..."

Math Problem: In the van, Peter says "If you lift $100,000 worth of jewels..." But later, Catherine McMillian says the deal is for $100,000 but that "the right buyer will play you twice what I'm offering." Why would the right buyer pay twice what the jewels are worth? And before you're saying he's lying, realize that if the jewels were $100,000, there is no way she'd find a fence that would pay her full price for them. (In Copycat Caffrey it is established that 30 percent of the value is the typical price of fenced items (which would mean Neal would be paying $30,000 not $100,000 for the jewels).

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