White Collar "Neighborhood Watch" Nitpicks

Season 3, Episode 12 Air Date: January 31, 2012

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..."

10-4 on That: Police scanner codes are not uniform and vary from precinct to precinct. Since Peter is not a police officer, it is doubtful that he would know the local codes.

Speaking of Radios: GSM scanners monitor mobile phones, not radios, according to my research. Why does it first work as a radio scanner and then as a phone scanner. It's a phone scanner.

You know where? At the hotel, Peter tells Jones to bring everyone to the Drakemore. But later, Elizabeth refers to the hotel as the Diamond Midtown Hotel.

No New Taxes! Mozzie says "Ironically, their taxonomy is procyon lotor, or 'washer dog.'" Actually, the raccoon's scientific name, Procyon lotor, is neo-Latin, meaning "before-dog washer", with lotor Latin for "washer" and Procyon Latinized Greek from προ-, "before" and κύων, "dog".

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