The Mentalist (2008–2015)
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Red John 

While the FBI shuts down agent Lisbon's CBI team, Patrick goes off on his own to track down the man he has publicly identified as Red John.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
FBI Agent Mullins
Woman in Chapel (as Kamala Lopez-Dawson)
Lynn Evans ...
Clerk Ali
Young Man on Bike


Gale Bertram, eludes the police with his armed companion Oscar Cordero and proposes a meeting with Patrick at his wife's cemetery. The knucklehead FBI boss, who already shut down the CBI indefinitely and treats Lisbons team as virtual criminals, has them arrested for armed opposition to his attempts to stop Patrick, in fact a ploy to follow him, in vain. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 November 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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This is the final episode of the series to incorporate the color "Red" into its title in any way, shape, or form. See more »


[first lines]
Dennis Abbott: [Lisbon enters the empty CBI office] Lisbon. I'm glad you can join us.
Teresa Lisbon: Traffic.
Dennis Abbott: Hmm. Where's Jane?
Teresa Lisbon: He'll be in to see you as soon as he's able.
Dennis Abbott: This way.
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A decent episode
30 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

In this episode important was answered. Why wife and daughter of Patrick Jane were killed. The thing about Red John's high voice was clarified. It is clear that Patrick Jane wanted to catch and kill him alone - which he did. It is understandable that Patrick Jane wanted to have not previously answered all his questions by Red John. That would have done no normal person in his situation. It could not be clarified all questions in 43 minutes. It is also clear why the injured Red John fled, he had to lose all his power, power over thousands of people. It is obvious that Bruno Heller has made here a better episode than loudmouths here try to impose. What is expressed here to abusive criticism, is moronic, it is based on unrealistic and unattainable expectations.

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