The Mentalist (2008–2015)
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Grace is kidnapped by the killer who has been hunting former CBI members, but when the prime suspect appears to have an airtight alibi, Jane must rely on all his skills to locate her before time runs out.



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Episode credited cast:
Hazel Haibach
Ben Rigsby
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Trevor Hammonds ...
Taxi Driver / Bar Patron


While Wayne visits their former colleagues as FBI consultant, his wife Grace is kidnapped from their home. Last shortlist suspect Richard Haibach is arrested but came perfectly prepared even before his lawyer Laura Dubin arrives. The pair is abducted by Jane, who drops her on the road, and Wayne, who can't resist threatening Richard at gunpoint. When Patrick holds him back, the fiend gets hold of the gun and orders them to his late grandfather's cabin, where his sister Hazel guards Grace. However, the Haibachs are still in for a crucial surprise too. Written by KGF Vissers

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23 March 2014 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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The last episode to feature Amanda Righetti and Owain Yeoman as regular cast members. See more »


Teresa Lisbon: [Rigsby is recuperating in the hospital] And then Haibach shot you a second time?
Wayne Rigsby: Yeah. That one hurt.
Teresa Lisbon: But you got back up, disarmed the sister, and stopped Haibach. Nice work, Wayne.
Grace Van Pelt: He said he was gonna save me, and he did.
Kimball Cho: You do realize you got shot with your own gun.
Wayne Rigsby: Oh, please, Cho, no jokes. It hurts when I laugh.
Kimball Cho: I'm just saying if you tell that story in the future, you might want to leave that part out.
Wayne Rigsby: Seriously, I'm gonna split a stitch.
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Seriously, why the hate?
14 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have NO idea why this episode is getting so much hate! Seriously! It was so damn intense, the acting was TREMENDOUSLY good, and the sense of teamwork was perfect! So what if the story was a little predictable? This was driven by characterization, and also the directing was very realistic and immersing - the writing was also fabulous. There were some truly amazing moments in this episode, some great humor, soundtrack, chemistry, and seeing the characters interact with ones they usually don't (Haibach was usually Lisbon's problem but seeing him face off with Jane and have this sudden vendetta was cool - I love seeing obscure characters or those who know supporting characters better finally face off with the protagonist.) This episode deserves a much higher rating - Van Pelt and Rigsby had a perfect finale.

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