White Collar Season 3 Episode 2 Review: “Where There’s a Will” | TVOM

TVOM: "Looks like we’re in for a treasure hunt in this episode of White Collar. The Bureau has requested Neal to authenticate the last will and testament of the late Nathaniel Roland, which he left to his two children, Josh and James Roland (guest stars Chris and Danny Masterson—on a side note, Danny played the character Steven Hyde on That 70’s Show). After finding out that the wills are forgeries, thanks to the late Mr. Roland, who was ambidextrous, meaning that he could write with both hands, Agent Burke notices that the names on both wills are very strange. Horace Byth and Hatch O’Brey? It certainly sounds like something straight out of a Salinger novel, as Neal says. The two then figure out that the two names are composed of the same letters, which means that they’re anagrams. Agent Burke and Neal then rearrange the letters of both names and get Tycho Brahe, a 16th century Danish astronomer."

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