White Collar

By the Book - S2-E4

Continuity mistake: While Peter is waiting for the elevator for lunch, which is occupied by Mozzy and Neal, the numbers on Peter's floor change from 20 to 18 to 21.

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Suggested correction: The numbers Are changing because of the elevator. There Are two signs, one above the elevator - that shows what floor the elevator is on. And the other sign is on the right, that shows what floor you're standing on. So no, it's not a mistake - it confused me too at first. (Sorry my English is not good).

Prisoner's Dilemma - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: Mozzie's secret loft is called Tuesday, then when explaining it to Elizabeth, changes to Thursday.

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Suggested correction: Mozzie has a number of different hideouts, each with a different name. It also wouldn't be surprising for him to lie about the names of each to help keep his secrecy.

Withdrawal - S2-E1

Continuity mistake: In the final bank vault scene when Peter and Neil are being held at gunpoint. Neil explodes dye packs over Renee covering her and her gun in purple dye. However, when Peter grabs her gun it has no dye on it.

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