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.

Director:

Chris Long

Writers:

Bruno Heller (created by), Bruno Heller
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Cast

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
John Bregar ... FBI Agent Mullins
Rockmond Dunbar ... Dennis Abbott
Kamala Lopez ... Woman in Chapel (as Kamala Lopez-Dawson)
Joe Nieves ... Oscar Cordero
Michael Gaston ... Gale Bertram
Ari Blinder ... FBI Agent Denyer
Lynn Evans Lynn Evans ... Mom
Kevin Foster ... Sac PD Officer
Raj Maan ... Clerk Ali
Nick Nordella ... Young Man on Bike
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Storyline

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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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 November 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

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

Quotes

[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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Tame but okay ending.
11 January 2015 | by annemarie-289-439014See all my reviews

I do not agree with all the negative feedback here. OK, it might have been slightly disappointing yes, but series tend to build expectations amongst their fans, that can't be met. Not equally for everybody.

I myself kind of liked this ending to the 10yo RJ-chase. Since we knew of 'the list' and 'the handshake' (no spoilers there, are there?) you could've come up yourself with the possibility that this whole thing would end rather tame, like it did.

I see this show - a bit like Dexter - as a crime comedy with many good working habits. The couch, the always being or trying to be asleep of Jane, the constant eating everywhere, the tea, Cho being so 'distant but sexy as hell', etc etc. So RJ was one of the working habits, the underlying need for the show, but got worn out a bit. It had to end and the way it ended was full of hope, mid season, so you knew there was coming more.

I still like the rest of se6 and starting with 7 now. There are not many series that capture me all seasons through. This one does. Jane is a nutter, but what's not to like about him.

(my only thing is that I'm not the biggest fan of Lisbon, her speaking annoyes me, every word that comes out of her, sorry Lisbon)


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