The Mentalist (2008–2015)
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An ex-mobster in the Witness Protection Program is found executed. The mafia is the prime suspect, so Patrick socializes with its leader.


Adam Kane


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Baker ... Patrick Jane
Robin Tunney ... Teresa Lisbon
Tim Kang ... Kimball Cho
Owain Yeoman ... Wayne Rigsby
Amanda Righetti ... Grace Van Pelt
Frankie Ingrassia ... Gina Russo
Jack Kehler ... Playland Owner
Dan Lauria ... Santino 'Sonny' Battaglia
Fredric Lehne ... Marshal Exley
Tembi Locke ... Marshal Christy Knox
Andy Mackenzie ... John 'Tiny' Callahan
Chris J. Nelson ... Putt-Putt
Jack Betts ... Other Mobster
Brendon Eggertsen Brendon Eggertsen ... Midget Thug
Preston James Hillier ... Sacramento PD


Hikers find the washed-up, shot body of Sierra Vista video arcade Playland shift manager Ed Didirikson. The Texan, born Eddie Russo, was an ex-mobster in witness protection, but got the teenage clientèle drugs and illegal credit for ex-con John 'Tiny' Callahan. Ever-charming Jane checks out Russo's retired mob employer Sonny Battaglia, who suggests infidelity as a probable motive. Another concern are the US marshals and Scaramento police, who failed to guard Eddie properly. The killer strikes again. Written by KGF Vissers

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28 April 2009 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


'Fredrick Lehne', who plays U.S. marshal Exley, also played a U.S. marshal (character name "Marshal Edward Mars") in Lost (2004). See more »


After the team enters the deceased's house, Lisbon tells the shotgun-toting wife, "I'm going to show you my badge." The part of the badge she is holding begins with her hand on top; then in the next cut, her hand is suddenly on the bottom of the badge. See more »


Patrick Jane: Thanks for your time, Mr. Battaglia. See you later.
Santino 'Sonny' Battaglia: [Jane starts to leave] Hey, wait a minute. I'm not finished talking with you yet.
Patrick Jane: Well, I'm finished talking with you.
Santino 'Sonny' Battaglia: Hey, what are... what are you, Al Pacino all of a sudden? People don't act that way with me!
Patrick Jane: I do, when there's witnesses around.
Santino 'Sonny' Battaglia: [to his associates] What are we gonna do with this guy? He's got a screw loose.
Patrick Jane: You know, you think you have a certain outlaw charm about you, and you do, but you live by oppression. In reality, ...
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Written by Greg Sheridan
Performed by Weapons of Pleasure
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Federal Marshals act like total novices
26 December 2011 | by damemakedonskiSee all my reviews

Oh my God, this is really a bad script. CBI agents meet for the first time US fed marshals in the house of a formal mobster that was under their witness protection, and then in the next 5 minutes like a total amateurs and novices they tell all the information about the protected family to CBI agents. "Are you a cop?" - "NO", "Are you alone?" - "YES". "Shoot him!" - One of the big fat mafiosos pull out a gun, but do not pull the trigger. And then a chip chat about favorite song, improving a golf performance of the mafia boss, and the song "Santa Lucia". In 5 minutes mafioso becomes a golf expert thanks to Patrick Jane teaching, they become first friends and give him a mobile number. UNREAL! UNREAL! UNREAL! NAIVE!

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