Tim DeKay

Tim DeKay was one of the best parts of HBO's short-lived "Tell Me You Love Me," and as "White Collar's" perceptive <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV000008" title="FBI" href="/topic/crime-law-justice/fbi-ORGOV000008.topic">FBI</a> agent Peter Burke, he provides a nice foil for the irreverent Neal.<br>
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<b>DeKay: </b>"What's interesting is the way these two solve a puzzle. They can tell that the other one is very good at solving a problem, be it a crime, a caper, a puzzle."<br>
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<b>Bomer: </b>"It's not like Tim is the bumbling FBI agent and I'm the genius con artist. We're both hopefully the smartest guys in the room, and certain qualities Peter has that Neal doesn't complement his style of problem-solving. And so ultimately they form kind of a good team that way."
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Tim DeKay was one of the best parts of HBO's short-lived "Tell Me You Love Me," and as "White Collar's" perceptive FBI agent Peter Burke, he provides a nice foil for the irreverent Neal.

DeKay: "What's interesting is the way these two solve a puzzle. They can tell that the other one is very good at solving a problem, be it a crime, a caper, a puzzle."

Bomer: "It's not like Tim is the bumbling FBI agent and I'm the genius con artist. We're both hopefully the smartest guys in the room, and certain qualities Peter has that Neal doesn't complement his style of problem-solving. And so ultimately they form kind of a good team that way."

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