The Mentalist: Season 2, Episode 14

Blood in, Blood Out (11 Feb. 2010)

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When a member of Cho's former gang, the Avon Park Playboys, is found murdered, Patrick Jane insists on helping Cho with his off-the-books investigation.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Rodriguez
Crystal Hargrove
Elise Chaye
Adam Reed
Det. Sharon Florey
Suanne Seung
Alan Knee
Jon Jon


When a member of Cho's former gang, the Avon Park Playboys, is found murdered, Patrick Jane insists on helping Cho with his off-the-books investigation.

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Kimball Cho: Mr. Reed, I apologize for accussing of several crimes I knew you had not committed. And for assaulting you, repeatedly.
Adam Reed: That's it?
Patrick Jane: Yes. That's it. I thought that was very good.
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Someone who used to be Cho's best friend, and in the same gang as Cho, is found murdered.
20 November 2013 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Agreeing that it was nice to get to know more about Cho, and that it totally works with the stupid names, my pet peeve is a different one:

Lisbon tells Crystal that if she tells them about her boss's sexual abuse, drug abuse, etc, then he will be put away. This is the reason that Crystal even tells them anything. But then, at the end of the episode, Lisbon bargains with the attorney making a deal with the charges of abuse, trafficking, etc, to let Cho of the hook (since he assaulted the boss). WTF? I wouldn't be too happy if I was Crystal. From her position one of the policemen fracked up and because of that her abuser will be let of the hook to save the policeman's ass. I was actually sad to see Lisbon and the gang acting so corrupted.

I'm watching all the early episodes since I'm a late follower of TM, I really don't think the early seasons are as good as the later ones.

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