When a bounty hunter picks up Neal's trail, Peter tries to get to him first.
It's up to Peter to get Neal back to the US without him being arrested.
With Neal and his team's help, Peter surreptitiously investigates a brilliant thief who has avoided the FBI's capture for years.
A beautiful widow is about to get a giant life-insurance payout but the guys think something is up.
An art thief blackmails Neal into stealing an important piece of art in exchange for some valuable information about his past.
Mozzie, Neal and Peter try to find treasure following clues Mozzie thinks were left by a spy ring.
A criminal with a vendetta against Peter hires a political fixer to sabotage the trial.
The team investigates a series of museum heists that target rare artifacts.
Neal goes under cover as a stock trader on Wall Street.
Peter and Neal pursue one of the paintings on the treasure manifest.
Neal and Peter try to find out what Neal's father did. Meanwhile, they investigate a member of the Irish Mob.
Peter and Neal work together to figure out what Senator Pratt's motives are and why he had an involvement with corrupt cops, but their investigation leads them to several unanswered questions and more danger than they anticipated.
Peter and Neal work a forgery and money laundering case that leads them into two of the most iconic New York institutions, taxi cabs and jazz.
Peter and Neal work from different angles as they attempt to stop a thieving duo bent on going out in a hail of bullets rather than watch their whirlwind relationship fade away behind bars.
Peter and Neal get closer to finding out the mystery behind Ellen's evidence box while simultaneously chiseling their way through the world of sculpture forgery.
Neal and Peter are one heist away from retrieving the evidence box hidden inside the Empire State Building. Meanwhile, Senator Pratt enlisted a small army of FBI agents to find the box before Neal.