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

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Teresa Lisbon: I was really angry at you for doing what you did, but then I thought better of it. It was a stupid idea, but, hey, it worked.
Patrick Jane: Whoa. Stupid? Not necessarily stupid. Simple. Not stupid.
Teresa Lisbon: But I am still angry at you for not telling me what you were gonna do. I thought you'd gone nuts.
Patrick Jane: Oh, come on, please. It's not like I haven't abducted people before.
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predictable and badly written at best
24 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Seriously this episode is voted with 8.7/10? I strongly assume the good reviews are paid by the production. Sorry, but it's difficult to imagine that people actually like the turn that this show has taken. Anyway, this episode along with the previous ones are predictable, boring, and extremely bad written, in my opinion. It is obvious there is and the never was any master plan behind this show. The writers improvise in each episode, while promising a coherent story. If you ask me: "then why do you watch it"? I'll respond that I watch it out of inertia, after having watched this show for 6 seasons, after the ridiculous RJ revelation, maybe the writers would find a way to make it interesting. Anyway!


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