It's always sad when a bunch of pretty people leave our TVs for a while.
Can a show be too dreamy? I ask because I'm unable to watch White Collar on a regular basis, mainly because Matthew Bomer is just too damn dashing and his eyes are just too easy to get lost in. Before I know it, it's 2 a.m. and I've missed Conan. So what will happen to America now that Paul Blackthorne is regularly appearing on the show? Will entire segments of the population simply stop going to work? Will there be swooning outbreaks in suburban neighborhoods nationwide? Could Bomer-Blackthorne Syndrome grind our country to a halt?
Enjoy one last hour of Matt Bomer's face on your television before it's gone for a few months. Or at least until Magic Mike comes out on DVD.
To me, White Collar is like those hats star Matthew Bomer wears as con artist/art thief Neal Caffrey. They're cute and stylish, but ultimately unnecessary. Still, every now and then you want to put one on and gad about town, so I expect that at some point this season I will tune into the show and revel in the cool.
It's guest-star-a-palooza night on White Collar! Not only does Natalie Morales (The Middleman) return, but we also get Callie Thorne (Rescue Me) as an art historian and Kirk Acevedo (Fringe) as an FBI agent when Peter and Neal are asked by a Mafia Don to help track down a missing Bible with legendary healing powers. And did we mention that the Don is played by John Ventimiglia from The Sopranos? Between all of these people and the awesome regular cast, this show is totally spoiling us.
White Collar airs tonight at 10/9C on USA. For more options, check out our Week in Preview!