The team investigates a murder linked to a counterfeit diamond operation, but an illness forces Jane to direct his colleagues from the office as he recuperates. Meanwhile, Abbott is concerned that transgressions in his past could harm is wife's chance to obtain a prestigious job in Washington D.C.
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After catching Vega in a lie, Cho declares that in order to work together, he needs to be able to trust her with his life; his statement is ironic, and somewhat hypocritical, since as an indirect result of Cho's addiction to painkillers after getting injured at work, Rigsby nearly lost his life in season four's "The Mentalist: Ruddy Cheeks
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At 21:28, when Vega is ordering the suspect to put their hands in the air, she has both hands wrapped around the grip of her gun-neither index finger is extended, on the trigger, or the trigger guard. Depending on the law enforcement agency, her finger should either be on the trigger guard or hovering over the trigger. In this case, she's basically shaking the gun at the suspect. See more
Sir, I appreciate you inviting me to work on this case with you.
It wasn't my idea. Abbott made me do it.
I did apologize. I understand what I did.
It's about trust, okay? If we're gonna work together, I need to be able to trust you with my life. An apology is easy. But trust is earned.