Tuesday, December 30, 2014

NYE & Holiday Vodka Cocktail Recipes

Need some last minute cocktail recipes? For your NYE or Holiday Party? Love Ciroc? Keep reading.

My Foodie Tips:
Keep the food fun and simple. Such as cocktail franks,meatballs,dips/hummus and chips and/or fresh veggies. Dessert cake pops, mini cupcakes/cookies are fun.

Don't forget to make it simple and as stress free as possible. Keep it light and simple with the following recipes.


.5oz CÎROC Amaretto
.5oz Cognac
.5oz Simple Syrup
.5oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Combine all ingredients in Martini Shaker. Shake. Strain.
Glass: Rocks

1.5oz CÎROC Amaretto
.75oz Espresso Liqueur
.75oz Cream
Combine all ingredients in Martini Shaker. Shake. Strain.
Glass: Rocks

1.5oz CÎROC Coconut
1.5oz Chocolate Coconut Water
1.5oz Iced Coffee
.75oz Agave
Combine all ingredients in Martini Shaker. Shake. Strain.
Glass: Collins

1.5oz CÎROC Pineapple
1oz Pineapple Juice
.75oz Lime Juice
.75oz Licor 43
Shake and strain into hi ball glass. Garnish with Nutmeg & Black Walnut.
Glass: Hi Ball

1.25 oz CÎROC Vodka
 .75 oz Pomegranate Liqueur
 .75 oz Lemon Juice 
.5 oz Simple Syrup    
Shake over ice and serve chilled in champagne flute. Top with a splash of champagne. Garnish with a cherry.
Glass: Champagne Flute

1.5oz CÎROC Red Berry
.5oz Simple Syrup
.5oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Top with Champagne
Combine first three ingredients in a shaker with ice.
Shake well. Strain into a champagne flute.
Top with champagne. Garnish with a Strawberry Wedge.
Glass: Stemless Champagne


1.5oz CÎROC Vodka
1oz Fresh Ruby Red Grapefruit Juice
.5oz Pure Cane Simple Syrup
Combine first three ingredients in a shaker with ice.
Shake well. Strain into a champagne flute.
Top with champagne. Garnish with Grapefruit Twist and Luxardo Cherry.
Glass: Champagne Flute

.75oz CÎROC Coconut
.25oz Peach Liqueur
.25oz Orange Brandy Liqueur
.25oz Cognac
.75oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Combine first four ingredients in a shaker with ice.
Shake well. Strain into a champagne flute.
Top with champagne. Garnish with Mint Leaves and Lemon Twist.
Glass: Stemless Champagne

1.5oz CÎROC Pineapple
.5oz Pure Cane Simple Syrup
.25oz Fresh Orange Juice
.25oz Fresh Ruby Red Grapefruit Juice
.25oz Apricot Liqueur
Muddle 2 Blackberries
Muddle Blackberries in shaker. Combine first five ingredients in a shaker with ice.
Shake well. Double strain into a champagne flute.
Top with champagne. Garnish with Blackberries and Pineapple Leaf.
Glass: Champagne Flute

CÎROC presents with their flavorful portfolio, a collection of perfect cocktails to celebrate the holidays into ringing in the 2015 New Year.  On a healthy note, CÎROC Ultra Premium Vodka is made up of all natural and organic ingredients, making these drinks low cal and gluten free.  CÎROC would like to remind everyone to celebrate responsibly and to be safe as we spend this quality time with family and friends.  

- Gluten Free
- Distilled from grapes
- Natural sugars
- Light Calories
- Flavor Portfolio: Base, Red Berry, Peach, Coconut, Amaretto, Pineapple 

**Disclaimer I was not paid/compensated in anyway by Ciroc to post this on my website**

Win Courage The Cowardly Dog Complete Second Season

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Soul Train Awards 2014 Swag Giveaway

Giveaway Time!
Thanks to Centric and BET!

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Monday, December 22, 2014

HBO's "Togetherness" Advance Free Screenings!

'Outlander' Season 2.5 Sneak Peek Trailer and Photo

Outlander will return for the second half of it's first season April 4, 2015. Starz will have a marathon airing Christmas day starting a 3e/p showing the first 8 episodes.

Bates Motel Season 3 Teaser Trailer

Bates Motel Sneak Peek. From the looks of the trailer it is following in the footsteps of 'Psycho' which is of course what makes the wait for it's return slated for March 2015 even more painful. Check out the teaser below.

'Mr Robot' Gets Picked Up By USA Network

USA Network announced its first series pick-up from its existing pilot slate for the 2015-2016 season with a 10-episode order for MR. ROBOT (WT).  The intense hacker drama from Universal Cable Productions is from writer and executive producer Sam Esmail (“Comet”) and executive producers Anonymous Content’s Steve Golin (“True Detective”) and Chad Hamilton (“Breakup at a Wedding”).  The series stars Rami Malek (“24”), Christian Slater (“The Adderall Diaries”), Portia Doubleday (“Her”), Carly Chaikin (“Suburgatory”) and Martin Wallstrom (“Simple Simon”).  The pilot was directed by Niels Arden Oplev (“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”).  The series will shoot in New York.

“MR. ROBOT could not be more timely and relevant,” said Chris McCumber, President of USA Network. “The creative team behind this series has done a brilliant job, taking viewers on a wild ride that leaves them wanting more. Rami gives a masterful performance as a hacker and unlikely hero, alongside Christian, who is perfectly cast as  Mr. Robot.”

“Sam's vision for MR ROBOT is terrific and transgressive, and Niels has given the show a breathtakingly original look," said Jeff Wachtel, President and Chief Content Officer, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment.

MR. ROBOT is a contemporary and culturally resonant drama about a young programmer, Elliot (Malek), who suffers from a debilitating anti-social disorder and decides that he can only connect to people by hacking them.  He wields his skills as a weapon to protect the people that he cares about.  Elliot will find himself in the intersection between a cybersecurity firm he works for and the underworld organizations that are recruiting him to bring down corporate America.  Slater stars in the title role of Mr. Robot, a mysterious anarchist who recruits Elliot into an underground hacker group.

Daniel Wu Coming 'Badlands' On AMC

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AMC has cast Hong Kong film star Daniel Wu as the lead in a new martial arts drama series 'Badlands' (WT). Wu also serves as an executive producer on the series.

The series stars Hong-Kong actor,director and producer Daniel Wu.
"Badlands" is a martial arts series loosely based on a classic Chinese tale 'Journey To The West'. In a land controlled by feudal barons, telling the story of a ruthless, well trained warrior named Sunny (Wu) and a young boy who embark on a journey across a dangerous land to find enlightenment.

“After working together with such a talented team of executive producers, writers and executives at AMC, I am excited for the opportunity to bring this character to life‎," said Wu.

Wu joins the previously announced cast which includes: Emily Beecham(28 Weeks Later), Sarah Bolger (The Tudors), Oliver Stark (My Hero;The Adventurer:The Curse of The Midas Box), David Dobkin (The Judge;Wedding Crashers) will be the series director. 

AMC has ordered six (one hour) episodes in which is expected to air late 2015 or early 2016. The series was created by writer/show-runners Al Gough and Miles Millar (Smallville). Serving as executive producers along with Dobkin, producer Stacey Sher and Micheal Shamberg (Pulp Fiction) and Stephen Fung and Wu (Tai Chi Zero).

Thursday, December 18, 2014

White Collar Series Finale Photo Preview 'Au Revoir'

This is it.....Collars! The series finale to a beloved USA Network series 'White Collar' such a great series,writing and of course the actors. I loved it from day one as many of you have as well. I am even more of a fan as they filmed the series in my backyard err...in New York City.

Don't miss a minute of the finale airing tonight at 9pm et/8ct. Only on USA Network.

Will you miss the show? Feel free to comment your thoughts!


Photo Credit: NBC Universal/USA Network

Syfy Picks Up Graphic Novel Series 'Dark Matter'

NEW Syfy Series Based on Dark Horse Comics starring some 'Syfy' favorite and others....

Via Press Release---
December 18, 2014 – Syfy today announced casting of the new acquired scripted series Dark Matter, which will feature Melissa O’Neil (Broadway production of Les Miserables), Marc Bendavid (Bitten), Anthony Lemke (White House Down), Alex Mallari Jr. (Robocop) and Jodelle Ferland (Twilight) with Roger Cross (The Strain) and Zoie Palmer (Lost Girl).

The series begins production in Toronto on January 7.

Created by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie (executive producers and writers of the Stargate franchise), and developed with Prodigy Pictures (Lost Girl, XIII), the 13 one-hour episodes are based on the graphic novel Dark Matter by Mallozzi and Mullie, published by Dark Horse Comics.

Dark Matter will premiere on Syfy in Summer 2015, joining Syfy’s stable of acquired international and domestic co-productions ranging from the hit series Z Nation to popular programs such as Lost Girl, Bitten and Continuum, and the upcoming series Olympus.

Executive producers are Jay Firestone, Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie and Vanessa Piazza. The series will be distributed internationally by Endemol Worldwide Distribution.

In Dark Matter, the crew of a derelict spaceship is awakened from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got on board. Facing threats at every turn, they have to work together to survive a voyage charged with vengeance, betrayal and hidden secrets.

'Orphan Black' This Is War (Teaser) Trailer

Photo Credit: BBC America

I have been waiting for this as I am a proud #CloneClub member. I got hooked or the show late. But it is truly a gem over airing on BBC America.

The series stars (recent SAG nominee for Best Actress in a Drama) Tatiana Maslany playing multiple roles in the hit Canada series which took viewers by storm since it's premiere Spring 2013. Recent additions to the cast for it's third season are (Lost Girl's) Ksenia Solo, Canadian actors Earl Pastk, Kyra Harper, (Intruders) James Frain. The show is filmed in Toronto. Creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett.

The ten episode third season airs on the Space Channel April 19,2015 and on BBC America starting April 18, 2015.

Teaser Trailer:

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Syfy Mini-Series 'Childhood's End' Stars Julian McMahon And Daisy Betts

SYFY NEW SERIES stars (Nip/Tuck) Julian McMahon and Daisy Betts (Shutter) details below:

Via Press Release...

Syfy and Universal Cable Productions today announced that Golden Globe nominee Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer) will portray Rupert Boyce, an enigmatic American entrepreneur, in the upcoming six-hour miniseries Childhood’s End.

  Adapted for the screen for the first time ever from Arthur C. Clarke’s beloved and influential novel, Childhood’s End will premiere on Syfy in 2015.

Syfy and Universal Cable Productions also announced that Daisy Betts (Shutter) has been cast as Ellie, an arts graduate engaged to marry Ricky Stormgren (Mike Vogel), the most influential human in the world.

McMahon and Betts join Emmy Award nominee Charles Dance/Karellen (Game of Thrones) and Mike Vogel/Rick Stormgren (Bates Motel), along with Ashley Zukerman/Jake Greggson (Manhattan), Osy Ikhile/Milo (Clap!) and Yael Stone/Peretta Jones (Orange is the New Black).
Hailed as a revolutionary work of science fiction since its publishing in 1953, Childhood’s End follows the peaceful invasion of Earth by the mysterious Overlords, whose arrival begins decades of apparent utopia under indirect alien rule, at the cost of human identity and culture which may ultimately threaten the very survival of mankind. 
Childhood’s End will be filmed in Australia.

Akiva Goldsman (Lone Survivor, A Beautiful Mind, I Am Legend), Mike De Luca (Captain Philips, Moneyball, The Social Network) and Alissa Phillips (Moneyball, Mob City) are executive producers. Childhood’s End will be adapted by Matthew Graham (creator of BBC's Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes). Universal Cable Productions will be the studio.

The miniseries will be directed by Nick Hurran, who received an Emmy Award nomination for Sherlock and a Hugo Award nomination for Dr. Who.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Comedy Central Winter Series Premiere Dates

Comedy Central wants you to stay warm and bring the laughs to YOU! Bringing the funny in the new year are returning favorites and few new series.

 The new year brings all-new seasons of “Workaholics” and “Broad City,” the third and final season of “Kroll Show” and new series including “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore,” Comedy Central’s next great late night franchise; “This Is Not Happening,” featuring stand-up comedians sharing true-life stories in front of a live audience and “Big Time in Hollywood, FL,” starring two delusional brothers and self-proclaimed filmmakers who embark on a larger-than-life cinematic journey.

 Original Series (all times ET/PT)
 Tuesday, January 13
Kroll Show” (Season Three Premiere) – 10:30 p.m.
“Kroll Show” comes full circle as we learn the fate of all of the infamous characters portrayed in the series. Coming up this season “Bobby Bottleservice” plays an elaborate game with his fellow gigolos to determine who will be kicked out of the house; “Gil” and “George” pull a “Too Much Tuna” prank on their favorite doctor; “Liz” leaves town to grow out her bangs and join a team of gold miners in the mountains; “Mikey” gets addicted to pills and explores his sexuality on Wheels Ontario; the “Rich Dicks” open a restaurant; and “Dr. Armond” pursues his wife’s killer in Europe. Joining Kroll for the finale season are a roster of well-known actors and comedians including Aziz Ansari, Paget Brewster, Bo Burnham, Bill Burr, John Mulaney, Adam Pally, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, and Casey Wilson.

Wednesday, January 14
Workaholics (Season Five Premiere) – 10:00 p.m.
Adam, Blake and Ders clock back in for a fifth season of “Workaholics.” From the minds of the hilarious and irreverent Internet sketch group Mail Order Comedy, “Workaholics” is a single-camera comedy featuring three friends, played by series creators Blake Anderson, Adam Devine and Anders Holm, who work together from 9 to 5, live together from 5 to 9 and party together 24/7. Dress codes, deadlines and waking up before noon are not things these guys are used to. They do their jobs and sometimes they even do them well, but they show up late, leave drunk and always live for the day…even if they don’t know what day it is. This season the guys, along with officemates “Jillian” (Jillian Bell) “Alice” (Maribeth Monroe) and “Montez” (Erik Griffin), and their friend “Karl” (Kyle Newacheck), organize an office ditch day, start a front yard wrestling league and recruit new employees at a college job fair, among other hijinks.

Broad City (Season Two Premiere) – 10:30 p.m. 

“Broad City” is coming back with a new season of ten episodes that will see Abbi and Ilana dealing with a slew of everyday challenges and adventures as they live their lives in New York City, including: Abbi’s Bed, Bath And Beyond obsession; technology overload; a special romance; Ilana’s family; and holding down their jobs at Soulstice and Deals, Deals, Deals. Joining Jacobson and Glazer as series regulars are Hannibal Buress, Arturo Castro, Paul Downs, John Gemberling, Chris Gethard and Stephen Schneider. Season Two guest stars include Bob Balaban, Aidy Bryant, Patricia Clarkson, Susie Essman, Janeane Garolfalo, Kumail Nanjiani, Kelly Ripa, Seth Rogen, Amy Ryan, Alia Shawkat and David Wain.

Monday, January 19
The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (Series Premiere) – 11:30 p.m.
Created by Jon Stewart and produced by Stewart’s Busboy Productions with Stewart, Larry Wilmore and Rory Albanese serving as Executive Producers, “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” continues Comedy Central’s grand tradition of producing groundbreaking late night formats and will provide viewers with Wilmore’s distinct point of view and comedic take on current events and pop culture. Hosted by Wilmore, the series will feature a diverse panel of voices, providing a perspective largely missing in the late night television landscape.

Thursday, January 22
This Is Not Happening (Series Premiere) – 12:30 a.m.
“This Is Not Happening,” hosted by Ari Shaffir and based on his long-running live show, features Shaffir and his comedian friends telling hilarious and true stories in front of a live audience at LA’s most distinguished gentlemen’s club, Cheetahs. Throughout the season, comedians including Rob Corddry, D.L. Hughley, Keegan-Michael Key, Marc Maron, Steve Rannazzisi, Joe Rogan and Paul Scheer will tell their favorite, most embarrassing, or just plain funniest true-life tales around topics including Drugs, Emergencies, Wonder Years, Battles, Sexy Time, and Travel. “This Is Not Happening” was originally developed by CC:Studios, Comedy Central’s in-house creative initiative for the development of original digital comedy. Executive produced by Ari Shaffir, Eric Abrams, Sam Saifer, and Jeff Tomsic, who also directed.

Wednesday, March 25
Big Time in Hollywood, FL (Series Premiere) – 10:30 p.m.
From Alex Anfanger and Dan Schimpf (“Next Time on Lonny”), along with Ben Stiller, “Big Time in Hollywood, FL” is a weekly, half-hour series about two delusional brothers and self-proclaimed filmmakers, played by Anfanger and Lenny Jacobson. Produced by Red Hour and Brillstein Entertainment Partners, Comedy Central’s first serialized comedy follows the brothers as they are kicked out of their parents’ house and forced to fend for themselves for the first time in their lives, leading them on an epic journey in pursuit of their American dream. The series also stars Kathy Baker, Stephen Tobolowsky, Jon Bass, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Keith David, Marcus Giamatti and Michael Madsen.

Pretty Little Liars Winter Premiere And Upcoming Marathon

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Via Press Release– Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer are determined to prove Alison killed Mona in “Through a Glass, Darkly,” the winter season premiere of ABC Family’s hit original series “Pretty Little Liars,” premiering Tuesday, January 6th (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT). Fans can prepare for the return to Rosewood in an all-day marathon starting at 12:00 PM (ET/PT) and running up to the one-hour winter season premiere at 8:00 PM (ET/PT).

Three months have passed, and Mona’s friends and family are still mourning their loss and more adamant than ever that Alison had something to do with Mona’s death. Ready to put “A’s” game to an end and get justice for Mona, the PLLs ramp up their search for evidence that could prove Alison killed Mona. But with Alison claiming her innocence and having a seemingly airtight alibi, the Liars may have to resort to more shady tactics to put Ali away.
Meanwhile, Emily and Paige reach a crossroad in their relationship, and Aria starts to worry about her future.

Will you be tuning in the watch what happens next? Feel free to leave comments!

Black Sails Returns And Season Finale Of 'The Missing' On Starz

All good things must come to an end...and for some a beginning. Starz has set a premiere date for it's hit series 'Black Sails' and the ending date for drama series 'The Missing' as well as a         marathon of Season One for 'Black Sails'. All the details below:

The Missing(L to R) Frances O'Conner(Emily Hughes),James Nesbitt (Tony Hughes)
Season two of the STARZ Original series “Black Sails,” will premiere on Saturday, January 24th at 9pm ET/PT. Season one of this fan-favorite set a STARZ viewership record for a debuting STARZ Original series during its opening weekend in January 2014, and the ten-episode second season begins where we left off – The Walrus crew is stranded, with an army of Spanish soldiers standing between them and the precious Urca gold.
In advance of the season two premiere of “Black Sails” STARZ will present a season one marathon of the action-packed pirate drama on Saturday, January 17th starting at 1:50pm ET/PT.

The critically-acclaimed STARZ Limited series “The Missing” will conclude in January with the series finale (Update) Season Finale episode, “Till Death,” on Saturday, January 10th at 9 pm ET/PT following a marathon of the entire series beginning at 1:30pm ET/PT. The gripping dramatic thriller follows Tony (played by James Nesbitt) and his unwavering search to uncover the truth about his missing son.

Tim DeKay And Matt Bomer Talk About "White Collar" Coming To An End (Interview)

Tim DeKay(L) Matt Bomer(R)

I had the pleasure of talking with White Collar stars Matt Bomer (Neal) and Tim DeKay (Peter). We talked about what they took from the set, bromance and a possible movie.
Go ahead and read the full interview below.

Question: (Tim) Anything you can tell us about the series finale?
Tim: We've got some great twists and turns, some wonderful moments between everybody. And I think it fits on all the tones that have made White Collar what it is.There is a great familial sense to this episode, certainly the caper or the heist I should say in this instance is wonderful. And many questions that people have had throughout the seasons about White Collar will be answered.
Question: (Tim) Is there anything you took with you from the set?
Tim: Yes. I took home - let's see. There were two badges that Peter Burke had. I took home one. I took home a number of suits because they were just - they were - these suits were built for me by a great different tailors, special tailors. And then there was a painting that was in the hallway. I don't think anybody has ever seen it. I don't think it ever aired, a side of the painting maybe. But there was a painting in the hallway, the little vestibule before you entered Neil's apartment and it - Neil and Mozzie had a - had this scene and I entered halfway through the scene or I was just waiting in that vestibule for my cue to enter. I would always look at this one painting and it's a great painting of this couple in a horse drawn sleigh in the snow. And short - like within the first few episodes of the first season I thought I'm going to take this home when this show ends because I like it. So I did.

Question: (Tim): Will there be a 'White Collar' movie or prequel?
Tim: I don't know. That's a good question. I think in the past I would have said no I don't see that being a possibility but Veronica Mars kind of broke the mold with that. So I- I'm not going to say that's-it would be impossible. I certainly would entertain that possibility, but right now there aren't any plans to have a movie. Gosh that would be fun.
Question: (Tim): What was it like filming the last few scenes? How would you describe the last day on set?
It was similar to senior week in high school. But yet I don't know if you remember but maybe you didn't. But it was senior week but yet you had a whole bunch of finals still. You still had to do well in the classroom and those were the scenes and you wanted to do well. So but what was interesting was that every time somebody would finish let's say Marsha Thomason-Sykes for example. She finished a couple days before Matt and I did.

And in the past you all - the first AD always makes an announcement ladies and gentlemen that's an episode wrap on this person and then the whole crew applauds. For every episode it's a nice tradition that television has.

In this instance the first AD would say ladies and gentlemen that is a series wrap on Marsha Thomason on, you know, Sharif Atkins, whomever. And then of course the tears would start flow and each actor was aloud as they wanted to somewhat publicly thank the cast and crew and just share what the series meant to them. So that was lovely.
It was just and as I said they saved the last part for - last shot of the series scene between Matt and me and we both got to speak and we were all - everybody was crying. And then they brought out a cake and it was lovely because the cast and crew became such a family. And it was just a joy to go to work.

Question (Tim): Any types of roles you're looking to do? Are you trying to kind of veer away from procedural stuff? Or what's on your list moving forward?

Well I've done a few - I've done a holiday movie, a Christmas movie that I'm trying to get made that I would be directing in it. And I've also been talking to Fox Studios because they have some projects that they would like me to pursue as well with them for television as an actor which are very interesting.
So I have those and also there's a western that I will be shooting this spring where I play it's a dark character. And I look forward to playing somebody dark and not quite. And it's - he's certainly not an FBI agent. Far from it. It's - so I, you know, as an actor you always look for something where the character is great or the story is great. And some of these projects I've got coming up they're both. So while I will miss Peter - playing Peter greatly I look forward to different kind of roles.
Question: (Tim and Matt) Why do you think Neal and Peter were such a successful partnership?
Matt: Tim DeKay. Because of Tim DeKay
Tim: No because of Matt Bomer. His spirit and his kindness and his grace. I think honestly the key to Neal and Peter certainly it started with the writing. Jeff Eastin wrote these great guys and I - I'll say that I - Matt and I work extremely well together and we respect each other and we listen to each other and we - I think the fun that we have, Matt and Tim have, working together comes across as Peter and Neal having a good time working together as well.
Tim: It's just, you know, it's and it's all inherent in the writing. It's very interesting to watch these two guys that you would not think would get along and they do. You know, an unlikely partnership as has been said before...
Matt: Yes. I agree with - I echo everything Tim said. It really did start with the writing and I knew from the first time that Tim and I read together that we had somewhat of an understanding of the yin and yang of these two people and what - not only what made them different but what made them want to be the same in certain ways.
We were lucky enough to have Jeff who was willing to listen to us and we were able to listen to him and just bounce ideas off of each other and get to riff on those things. And then I think we just had a blast doing it together.
(Left: Willie Garson; Right Matt Bomer)

Question: (Matt) How satisfied are you with the series finale?
Matt: I mean that's a complicated question because you're wrapping up so many things in such a period of time. But I would say - you want me to give you a percentage value? I, you know, that's a hard question to answer. I was really--satisfied in some ways and in some ways I would have been interested to explore other avenues as well. I mean I think there was still directions to go. But I think the way they wrapped it up was really well done in the sense that they didn’t try to tie everything up into a nice bow. They really left some things open ended and left a lot up the viewer's imagination which I always think is more potent than anything you could put down on a piece of paper.

Question: (Matt) What was it like on set filming the last day. What was the experience like--how it felt?
Matt: It was really emotional. I think and I'm so glad that I think most of us if not all of us were able to process a lot of that in the moment as opposed to just finding yourself driving down a street in LA five months later and, you know, bursting into tears. But it was great. I’m so grateful. It's so easy to focus on how much we'll miss everybody and I will but I just feel like we're all so lucky that we got to do this for six seasons and get to enjoy each other's company for that time and make a lot of relationships. Business relationship and friendships were created that will last a lifetime. So I think there's a lot more to be grateful for then there is to be sad about.
Question: (Matt) Any upcoming project that you're working on in the next few years?
Matt: Oh goodness. There's so many things I want to do. You know, I'd like to really make the Montgomery Cliff bio pic happen. I'd like to, you know, get a chance to wear two different hats in the business. And I also think it'd be really great to do an adaptation of a great novel,those are pretty countless. But so any and all of the above.
Question (Matt): Overall, what will you miss most about 'White Collar'?
Matt:  I would say personally I'll really miss the camaraderie that we all had on set. Professionally I'll miss getting to play such a rich character and selfishly I'll miss getting to wear all those great suits.
Question (Matt and Tim): You both had input in the finale, how did that come to be? And how much input did you have?
Tim:  We didn't really brainstorm. It's not as if I don't think the two of us ever sat down and said hey how are we going to end this. Because, actually you don't ever want to think. You don't think that. It was just one of these things that came about. We were on set.

I don't remember--but there were some ideas that were thrown around and Jeff seemed to like this one idea which, you know, reflects something that Matt had said earlier that it needs to be noted again how open Jeff Eastin was throughout the process to our ideas and how well he listened whether he listened to our rhythms through Peter and Neal or listened to Tim and Matt. But Jeff was always open to that and not precious with his words but open to the ideas and the rhythms that we would suggest for the show. I think that was a key to the show's success at the beginning.
Matt: Yes I echo those sentiments. We heard a lot of ideas being bandied about and we kind of threw in our two cents and it ended up becoming kind of a soup that everybody had thrown a few ingredients into. So I don't think Tim or I could take any personal or professional responsibility for it but they were definitely open to our input.
Photo Credit: Twitter

Question: Did anything special happen the last day on set?
Tim: They brought out a - a big cake. They brought out this gorgeous cake and black and white and blue icing and it was nice because they scheduled it so that the two of us had a final scene together. It wasn't the last scene of the episode certainly as you will see but it was an episode - actually it was a scene that was already - that's already aired.
Matt: We also were able to give wrap speeches and express our gratitude to our amazing crew and fellow cast members...And just have some closure there. And the, you know, we were able to get our thoughts and thanks all out there.
Question: (Matt and Tim) Any favorite episodes? or one that stands out?
Tim: Well I'd have to say the pilot but I don't know if that - that almost seems separate. I can't think of any. There are some moments funny enough that I did not think would be my favorite but there are some moments during the Nazi sub episode that I enjoyed. The Burke's Seven that was fun. I don't know. I could. I'm not going to - they were all my favorite. They're like children to me. I love them each and every one of them...
Matt: Yes it's like asking me which is my favorite finger, you know. We had six years of compiled memories. I mean it's tough to pick one thing. I would say if I had to encapsulate one experience it would probably be the pilot because you have a lot more time and you're establishing all these relationships and everything is so fresh and new.
So that was definitely a really magical time--this was just one of those rare jobs where there wasn't a single day that went by that I wasn't enjoying myself. If not the entire day than most of it. So it's impossible to really boil it down to just one episode or one moment.

Question: (Matt) What did you take from the set, if anything?
Matt: Yes I took a painting of a like harem from Neal's apartment. And what else did I take? I took the bust of Socrates and gave it to Jeff Eastin as a wrap gift. And then I don't remember what else I took...I gave Willie (Garson) the beautiful picture of the preacher skating.
It was kind of turn of the century in a top hat just kind of in his own solitary reverie ice skating around a pond by himself and I always very liked that picture. What else did I take? I don't remember...Oh I - yes. I took there's a great antique map of Manhattan that Neal had on his wall and I took that as well. 
No suits--I think they auctioned them all off to make a dollar and left me in the cold. But over the years I certainly can't complain. I definitely mutilated a few out of Neal's wardrobe.
Question: (Matt and Tim) Do you have any message(s) to all the 'White Collar' fans, any parting words?
Matt: Oh I think this entire final - look we have the most incredible fans for the show. We really do. I mean we probably had 42 different time slots over the course of six seasons and this incredible group of people stood by us and supported and followed us wherever the network put us on and after they put us on.
And their outpourings and expressions of support over the years have really for me bolstered me during difficult times or when, you know, the workload was really intense, I just from through this entire season was for them. And I just hope that they were able to, have some kind of closure with the series and to enjoy these final six episodes.And I just hope that they're happy with the way things turned out.
Tim: Yes I share those sentiments as well. What a great group. It's just such a wonderful feeling I get from many of the fans,who have tweeted or Instagrammed or been on the set and shouted out something across the street. They've been incredible and certainly have been a big part of this wonderful journey that we've been on for the last six seasons.

Question:(Matt) Do you have any favorite (Neal/Peter) bromance moment?
Matt: There's the one moment that really sticks out to me is the finale of the first season and I always thought that the strongest the bromance got when Neal's about to leave and go off with Kate in the airplane. And he's basically saying goodbye to Peter.
And in that moment I think he really - he realized that for the first time in his life he had a friendship with someone who was actually remotely stable and had a healthy sense of boundaries and someone who he knew he could learn a lot about being a good human being from. And which is an experience I don't think he got with a lot of people in the world. And so that moment was probably my favorite bromance moment to play.

Question: (Matt) Do you think there will be a 'White Collar' movie at some point?
Matt: Oh that's way above my pay grade. I mean honestly if they came to us with the proposition then I would definitely want to do it just to get the chance to work with Tim and Willie and Marsha and Sharif and Tiffany again. But, you know, I have no idea.

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             **Interview was during a Conference Call and has been edited for content**