Jun 27, 2010 8:15 AM
With the "summer season" starting on TV (aka nothing but reality shows and pilots the networks are testing out on those of us who didn't go on vacation), we find ourselves turning to our old favorites. Okay, so White Collar ($54) isn't actually "old," but it is a favorite. The delicious, devilish Neal Caffey (Mmmmm, Matt Bomer), a career con man, is hired by the FBI to help catch criminals in a fun "Catch Me If You Can"-style twist. It's deftly acted, with pathos counterbalancing the breezy, humorous tone, and we have to give props to Willie Garson's portrayal of Bomer's street contact. Groundbreaking television it's not, sure, but it's a lot more fun to watch than reruns of Jersey Shore.