The Mentalist (2008–2015)
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Tommy Volker stays one step ahead of agent Lisbon with the help of an inside source, but the team is on the trail of a possible witness to one of his murders.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Don Clyde
Annabelle Sugalski
D.D.A. Osvaldo Ardiles (as David Noroña)
Sharon Pettigrew (as Jennifer Sommerfield)
Frankie J. Allison ...
Mark Costa (as Frankie Jay Allison)
Marvin Pettigrew
Charles Milk


Two months ago, Volker had two goons execute employee Horatio Jones, who was about to render public a dirty company secret he knew first hand. A boy playing with his remote control car happened to witness the execution and has since disappeared. Now the adult corpse is found, Patrick realizes about the young witness and concentrates on him. Lisbon can only focus on Volker. Written by KGF Vissers

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13 January 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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When Grace and Patrick look for the missing boys, Marvin Pettigrew says, "Missing 63 days," but when Patrick goes to see the kid's mom she says he has been missing for 61 days. See more »

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Great Episode goes to waste with a terrible finish
17 January 2013 | by (Iran) – See all my reviews

They finally realized they should do it and they did it! Finally we saw a multi-episode side story other than RJ that was much more catchy than the single episode dull stories...very nice episode overall! it established great communications between characters and developed an open story about Brenda which can be used later on the show. The part with Lisbon and Brenda and Ardiles reminds me of a much softer version of the relationships in "the Wire". And we actually watched good solid police procedural work by the team; not like somewhat longsome interrogations in the guess-who-done-it episodes. But the more we get close to the end of the episode the more hasty and careless the interactions became. The naive simplifications or to better put it, avoiding complications in the last 10 minutes was a sign an imminent bad finish. What harm would it do if the episode could run for 10 minutes extra or even were extended to another episode? the last 10 minutes was like snapshots of incidents. I hated to see that a very good episode went to waste with hasty and weak conclusion.

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