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The Mentalist Round Table: "Black-Winged Redbird"

9 October 2013 8:02 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The Mentalist offered up a "Black-winged Redbird" this week, as a key character survived but yet another important person from Jane's past was brutally murdered.

Below, TV Fanatic Christine Orlando is joined by The Mentalist fans, Kate, @MentalistProbs from Twitter and anitraward1 to debate why Red John decapitated Sophie Miller and whether the famous serial killer could be more than one person.

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What was your favorite scene from the episode?

Kate: Though the oven scene made my stomach drop to the floor, the hospital scene was my favorite. A lot happened there, some things obvious, some more subtle and raising questions: Jane's concern and tenderness for Lisbon (loved that), her oddly unfazed reaction (what did happen to her?), Lisbon sharing with Jane Partridge's words 'tyger, tyger' and admitting she'd been so easily hooked by Rj (nice touch, issue over), the nurse looking for Carmen Lee (significant surely?)  Honourable »

- christine@tvfanatic.com (Christine Orlando)

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The Mentalist Review: More Than One?

7 October 2013 4:52 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Drones and explosions took a back seat to Red John's antics in "Black-Winged Redbird," as we were left to contemplate how many of the final seven are involved with the evil mastermind. Or could Red John be more than just one man?

Wasn't Director Bertram oddly calm when he found out that Partridge was dead and Lisbon was down? He barely reacted to the news. Was that because he already knew or was it just because Bertram's an odd individual?

Remember last week when Jane said he wasn't freaking out? I'd say he's definitely freaked out now. The way he begged the crowd of law enforcement officers for a bottle of water showed his sense of panic better than anything else could have. Then he gently set about removing Red John's handiwork from Teresa's face. It was as though he couldn't rest until he got that maniac's mark off of her. »

- christine@tvfanatic.com (Christine Orlando)

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The Most Lesbian Moments of The MTV Movie Awards

12 April 2013 9:54 AM, PDT | AfterEllen.com | See recent AfterEllen.com news »

Tags: MTV movie awardsSharon StoneSarah Michelle GellarSelma BlairScarlett JohanssonSandra BullockKristen StewartJodie Fostertelevisiontelevision newsIMDbvideo

The MTV Movie Awards (airing live this Sunday, April 14 at 9/8c on MTV) always provide some interesting antics for us to tune in for, and sometimes those can be lesbianish. With this year's Pitch Perfect reunion happening, we'll pulling for Anna Kendrick and Brittany Snow to reenact their shower scene and really commit this time. Or maybe Ester Dean's lesbian character will introduce a girlfriend. You never know on this awards show! Here are some of our favorite lesbian moments past.

In 1993, Sharon Stone won Best Female Performance for her role as the bisexual vagina in Basic Instinct.

Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly were up for Best Kiss in Bound in 1997, but didn't take home the trophy. The next year Chasing Amy's Joey Lauren Adams and Carmen Llywelyn also lost, as did Matt Dillon, Denise Richards »

- trishbendix

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