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Sandra Gonzalez
March 09, 2012 AT 04:00 PM EST

If the bits of your blown mind are still strewn about after White Collar‘s awesome season 3 finale, join the club. And prepare for even more excitement, courtesy of Mekhi Phifer and Hung alum Gregg Henry. EW has learned exclusively that the pair will guest in the first two episodes of season 4.

Phifer, who most recently was a regular on Torchwood, will play FBI agent Kyle Collins, the Bureau’s top international fugitive-hunting specialist, who is tasked with catching Neal (Matt Bomer) — at any cost. Henry, meanwhile, will pop up on the show as Henry Dobbs, a wealthy local with a secret past that “could change Neal and Mozzie’s world forever,” according to casting intel. Henry has appeared on Gilmore Girls, Glee, and recently NCIS: LA‘s Kensi-centric two-parter.

White Collar returns for season 4 this summer with 10 new episodes.

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