‘White Collar’ season 5 spoilers: Trouble lies ahead for Tim DeKay’s Peter
We have written quite a few times on this site already about some of the stories that are coming up for Matt Bomer’s character of Neal Caffrey on “White Collar” this fall (including a story about him dressing up as a fireman); however, we have not had the luxury as often of chatting about the future for Tim DeKay’s Peter. The character fell on some pretty hard times (an understatement, to say the least) when he was arrested at the end of last season for a shooting that he did not commit.
Unfortunately, things are not going to be getting much better for the character anytime soon. According to a report from TV Guide, the good news for Peter is that he is going to be released from prison temporarily in order to go about his business; however, he will have to eventually appear before a grand jury in order to find out if he will be indicted.
At first, it is going to appear as though Peter has this in the bag, and is confident enough in his chances at moving forward in this case that he will be representing himself in all matters. However, there is going to be something new that surfaces in the way of evidence that could potentially ruin his odds of being a free man. Unfortunately, we’re not quite sure that this is the sort of matter that Neal, Mozzie, or any other character on the show will be able to help him with.
What do you expect to see happen next with Peter on the show? We want to hear some of your thoughts below! Also, be sure to check out the link here if you want to read even more news related to all things “White Collar.”
July 26, 2013 @ 5:55 am
Peter in the orange jump suit will be switch. I hope James comes back and tells the truth to exonerate Peter. I still think we were mislead about James and him being a murderer. We were hearing Neal’s point of view with the flashback. I think James ran because he knew he would never get out of jail because of the higher ups in the FBI or DC Police. Time will tell. Looking forward to more WC in the Fall.