‘White Collar’ Season 5, Episode 3: live stream, start time, TV info and more

Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey in Season 5 Episode 3 of the USA series 'White Collar'. Photo Credit: USA Network

Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey in Season 5 Episode 3 of the USA series ‘White Collar’.
Photo Credit: USA Network

Neal Caffrey is adjusting to life with his new handler, Agent David Seigel, played by Common Law’s Warren Cole. Now that Peter has had his name cleared, he is settling into his new position within the FBI. Tonight, Caffrey will have to pull of his most dangerous heist yet; only this one could prove to be his last.

One little mistake, and Peter will have to look deeper into Neal’s operation. This never proves to be a good thing.

Here is the synopsis of tonight’s episode.

“As Peter settles into a promoted position at the FBI, Neal has to pull off a brazen museum heist right underneath the FBI’s nose, Thursday at 9/8c.”

Date: Thursday, October 31
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Episode: “One Last Stakeout”
TV Info: USA Network
Live Stream: You can watch the latest episodes free online via USA Network Online and HULU Plus. You can also watch new episodes of White Collar on Amazon Instant Video.

Before tonight’s episode airs on USA Network, take a look at the official promo for tonight’s episode of White Collar.

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Topics: One Last Stakeout, TV Show, TV Shows, USA Network, White Collar

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  • Nicole Pierskalla

    You CAN’T watch this White COLLAR episode FREE on USA NETWORK!! RIP OFF!

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