*Review contains spoilers, so read at your own risk!*
This episode was awesome! Probably my favorite out of the season so far. Loved seeing Neal play the butler and he did a pretty good job at playing it, too!
Elizabeth's old friend has returned after missing for a while and she goes to visit him all to find out that he looks like him, but she feels it isn't the same guy all because of the art work he chooses. So, Peter and Neal decide to investigate all because of Elizabeth's hunch that her friend isn't who he says he is and she turns out to be right!
But to prove their theory, they have to find proof. Which is hard to do because each thing they try, this guy somehow gets around it. No finger prints because he wipes everything down. Blood test was fixed. Just everything. Then they finally find a loop hole. The guy goes on a bike ride for an hour each day and they finally were able to follow him and it leads to the real Patrick. Man, these guys could pass for twins. Which is what made the fake Patrick come up with a brilliant plan to take over the real Patrick to get his life savings.
In the end, they were able to catch this jerk and find the real Patrick all thanks to Elizabeth's hunch.
Mozzie was just as funny as ever in this episode, though. His new project you ask? Honey bees. Yep, actual bees and he wants to get some! He's living at Neal's house right now and so Neal says it's fine, though Mozzie ends up bringing home more then Neal thought. I'm sorry, but I would have told Mozzie no. Mainly because I can't stand bees. But whatever. I didn't know that Mozzie was living with Neal, but I guess he has not place to go anyways, so that would make sense.
Oh, forgot to mention that Peter was sick throughout the whole episode, but denied it at the beginning at first. Until Jones finally told him to go home when they were in a meeting and Peter got really sick. Then he finally admitted he was sick and went home. Poor guy.
Did you love or hate this episode? Let me know in the comments below!
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