White Collar Returns to Netflix US

Good news for fans in the US – White Collar returns to Netflix today!

The show was originally on the streaming service from 2014 to 2018, but it hasn’t been available on Netflix since – until now! Netflix subscribers in the US will have plenty of time to watch and rewatch, as the show will stick around until October 1, 2025.

Just checked this morning, and here’s what Netflix showed me – I’m loving the screenshot they decided to use here! 🙂

Also, if you’ve read this far, stay tuned for more great news coming very soon! 🤫

Bid on Zoom Meeting with Tim and Matt

Have you ever wanted to chat with Tim and Matt about White Collar? Here’s your chance!

A Zoom meeting with Tim and Matt is just one of the many items up for bids in an auction benefitting The Union Solidary Coalition. According to TUSC’s website, they’re currently offering “direct financial support to crew members who have lost health insurance due to strike-related shutdowns.” This isn’t for the A-listers but instead benefits members of IATSE, Teamsters, and others who are out of work because of the strikes and who’ve lost their health insurance as a result.

According to the auction listing on eBay, the winner will get a 20-minute Zoom conversation with Tim and Matt where you can chat White Collar with them, and you’re allowed to bring one friend! It’s open to US residents only, and you can take photos but can’t record video of the session. The rest of the details, including the small print, disclaimers, etc., can be found in the auction listing. The auction ends on Friday, September 22 at 7:13pm (time zone isn’t specified).

As of the time of this post, the current bid is up to $1925.00, so it’s probably not even remotely feasible for most (myself included), but we hope the lucky winners have a wonderful time!

There are lots of other amazing auctions benefitting TUSC as well – check them out here! All are legitimate, but make sure to read all of the fine print before bidding! (Tim and Matt both posted about the auction on their respective IG accounts.)

Law & Order 22×17 Reaction Post

Here’s the reaction post for Tim’s episode of Law & Order – editing this now that I’ve had a chance to watch. What a great role! It was wonderful to see Tim get so much screen time in this one. I was hoping we’d see quite a bit of him since he was the top-billed guest star, and the episode didn’t disappoint!

So what did you think? Let us know in the comments, as usual!

Expect spoilers for the episode – so if you haven’t seen the episode yet and don’t want to be spoiled, you should avoid reading the comments on this post until you’ve watched it.

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Tim on Law & Order, More WordTheatre

Great news – Tim will be guest-starring on an upcoming episode of Law & Order! He’ll play Judge Ephraim Raymer in the episode entitled “Bias,” which will air on Thursday, March 30, 2023 at 8pm eastern on NBC. At this time, we don’t have any other info or promo stills, but I’ll update when we do! (Thanks to J for the airdate info!)

Also, this is last-minute, and the event is already sold out, but Tim will be doing another WordTheatre reading on Saturday, March 18. He’ll be part of the “Honor: In Their Words” event, in which the cast of actors reads stories written by military veterans. The event starts at 7:30pm Pacific at the Hollywood Legion Theater in Hollywood. Even though you can no longer get tickets, they’ll be recording and posting the event for WordTheatre paid members!

1923 1×03 Reaction Post

And there you have it. Tim’s final episode of 1923 was released on New Year’s Day. Maybe not the outcome you were hoping to see to start your 2023, but I still loved getting to see him back for something new and wonderfully cinematic, no matter how brief his time there! (Yes, I knew – and you did, too, if you’ve been paying attention! 👀)

So what did you think of this one? Are you enjoying the series so far – other than this particular outcome? Let us know in the comments!

Tim DeKay as Bob Strafford in season 1 episode 3 of 1923. Bob is dressed in period clothes and is riding a horse.
That expression does not bode well.

Expect spoilers for the episode – so if you haven’t seen the episode yet and don’t want to be spoiled, you should avoid reading the comments on this post until you’ve watched it.

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1923 1×02 Reaction Post

So after saying there would be no new episode of 1923 this week, Paramount surprised us and posted one anyway! Needless to say, I was definitely caught off-guard by this, but no complaints here! This does mean that the schedule has moved up a week though (and most of the listings online still have the old schedule where there wasn’t a new ep this week), so Tim’s last episode will be next Sunday, January 1, 2023.

What did you think of this one? Let us know in the comments below!

As someone who got into the game, Red Dead Redemption 2, earlier this year and became heavily addicted to it, I’m loving the wild west vibe. RDR2 takes place in 1899, and even then they were talking about how outlaws were a dying breed and wouldn’t be tolerated much longer. Yet in 1923, we see that not all of those old habits have vanished from the frontier quite yet. They’re still taking the law into their own hands in some cases, doling out their own brand of frontier justice (as happens often in the game). And since I’ve gotten very into taming wild horses and bonding with them in the game, I also loved the discussion about how horse loyalty may save someone from swinging. (You’ll get that when you watch this episode!)

Tim DeKay and James Badge Dale in episode 2 of 1923. Both are wearing 20s era western style clothing and are on horseback.
Tim with James Badge Dale in episode 2 of 1923.

Expect spoilers for the episode – so if you haven’t seen the episode yet and don’t want to be spoiled, you should avoid reading the comments on this post until you’ve watched it.

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1923 1×01 Reaction Post

So now that the premiere episode of 1923 has been out for a couple of days, I wanted to put up the reaction post. Have you been able to watch yet? What did you think of the latest series in the Yellowstone franchise? According to Deadline, the premiere set a record as Paramount Plus’s most watched US premiere ever, by quite a wide margin!

We only got one scene with Tim in this one, but it was a great introduction to his character, Bob Strafford. (And let’s face it, having that one scene be opposite Harrison Ford was a major bonus!) This particular interaction between Bob and Ford’s Jacob Dutton definitely got a chuckle out of me – loved it! And also, can we talk about that epic mustache?! Definitely suits him more now than the Burke-stache from years ago.

So what did you think? Let us know in the comments below! Screencaps are coming soon; Ara is on holiday and can’t do them at the moment, and hers are miles better than mine – definitely worth the wait! And be sure to check out the 1923: What to Expect video for more glimpses of Bob Strafford.

Tim DeKay and Harrison Ford in a scene from episode one of 1923. Both are sitting on horseback with the setting sun and a herd of cattle in the background.

Expect spoilers for the episode – so if you haven’t seen the episode yet and don’t want to be spoiled, you should avoid reading the comments on this post until you’ve watched it.

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Gallery Update: 1923 Premieres

Wow – this past weekend was full of all sorts of things! In addition to Saturday being Elisa DeKay’s birthday (and mine), Tim’s new show, 1923, had two premieres – one in Los Angeles on Friday and another in Las Vegas on Saturday! The star-studded cast appeared at both events, and we were treated to quite a few photos, as well as social media posts from the accounts for the show and the network (Paramount Plus).

I’ve uploaded the photos we’ve gotten so far to our gallery – check them out here (LA) and here (Vegas). These are just the pro photos; I’ll be adding social media photos, as well as any additional pro photos we can get, over the next few days, so keep checking back! (Photo credits will also be added soon.)

Tim at 1923 Los Angeles premiere on Friday, December 2, 2022.
Tim at 1923 Las Vegas premiere on Saturday, December 3, 2022.

Tim in Yellowstone spinoff, 1923

Check it out! We finally have some more info about Tim’s character on the Yellowstone spin-off series, 1923.

According to Variety, Tim plays Bob Strafford, “a Montana rancher who’s anticipating an imminent wedding between his daughter and one of the Duttons.”

Tim told us that he’ll be in three episodes, and that he just wrapped filming in early November.

The series stars Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren and premieres on Paramount+ on December 18. You can check out the trailer here!

Interview: An Oral History of the Bizarro Jerry

Hi, folks – wow, it’s been a while! Hope everyone had a great summer (or winter, if you’re in the southern hemisphere)!

Here’s something new for you all – Cracked.com writer Brian VanHooker interviewed the guest stars of the Bizarro Jerry episode of Seinfeld, including Tim, for his article, “An Oral History of ‘The Bizarro Jerry:’ The Nerdiest Seinfeld Episode Ever.”

The article goes in-depth about the episode itself, as well as talking to the actors and writer about the process behind creating one of the most memorable episodes of the show. Some of the info has been covered before, like Tim having a scheduling conflict for the second episode, but some was new to me – including that his character originally had a different name! The Emmy story was also news to me and was a great bit of trivia! (Fair warning: the article is obviously full of spoilers, although I think all of you have probably seen Tim’s episodes anyway!)

(Image from the article.)