The Mentalist 7 Seasons 2013

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Season 6
(559) IMDb 8.9/10

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With the final clue in hand, Jane attempts to gather the remaining Red John suspects - Gale Bertram, Bret Stiles, Reede Smith, Ray Haffner and Tom McAllister - in one place in hopes of finally revealing his identity.

Starring:
Simon Baker, Robin Tunney
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
November 10, 2013

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It's a fun show with a lot of twists and turns.
Custodian
The story for each episode is well written and the acting by each member of the cast is great.
Dayton, Ohio
I can't wait until next week so I can watch the next episode!
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49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Sophia on May 24, 2014
Format: DVD
I have the first 5 seasons and am waiting impatiently for the 6th. I have watched the show on TV since the pilot episode and I rewatch the DVDs. This is one show where buying the DVDs has a long lasting payoff. The show has so many facets that rewatching always uncovers nuances not noticed before. Simon Baker is an outstanding actor. He totally inhabits the character of Patrick Jane. He created it and he owns it. Patrick Jane is a fully 3-dimensional character with a complex personality, a traumatic and compelling background, and plenty of flaws as well as admirable qualities.

The Mentalist is a crime procedural far different from any other and far more entertaining. But against that background it is the story of Patrick Jane, a con artist from a traveling carnival family whose history goes back 100 years. He lives between the world of carney hucksters and the outside world of marks. He has a moral compass that is remarkable for its realty based view of justice. Is it not the same as revenge? Is there objectively a right and a wrong or is it just stuff that happens? He is kind, generous and compassionate, hating the part of his past where he used his fake psychic "powers" to exploit the vulnerable. He is guilt ridden that by showing off those skills on TV to disdain a serial killer named Red John, he got his wife and little daughter murdered. The trauma put him in a mental hospital for most of a year and he was out for revenge ever since. Some of the episodes that show Patrick Jane's pain and loss are heartbreaking. He is at times, when justice is hampered by rigid laws, a cold blooded killer, in episodes that are astounding and award-worthy.

Through all this, Patrick Jane is the most lovable, charming, entertaining emotional mess imaginable.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By John Fitzgerald on November 6, 2013
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Kudos for finally exposing Red John and not beating around the bush this season. This is the must see season.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Sue Ferguson on January 12, 2014
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"THE MENTALIST" IS THE ULTIMATE BEST COPS & CRIME SERIES EVER. THE ACTORS, THE WRITING, THE PREMISE & EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SHOW IS TOP NOTCH. THE ICING ON THIS DELICIOUS CAKE IS SIMON BAKER. I DON'T BELIEVE ANYONE COULD CARRY OFF THE ROLE OF PATRICK JANE THE WAY MR. BAKER DOES. THIS IS A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL CHARACTER, JUST LIKE REAL FOLKS, & SIMON BAKER'S ACTING SKILLS SHOW THIS EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. IT'S EXCITING, INTERESTING, FUNNY, TOUCHING & CLASSY. YOU CAN CATCH IT ON TV, BUT, I LOVE HAVING ALL THE DVDs AT HOME SO I CAN WATCH IT ANYTIME I WANT.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SueO on January 19, 2014
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There were a few of unanswered questions about Red John, but I supposed it would be hard to please everyone. That being said, I found the actual DEMISE of Red John to be completely satisfactory. *SPOILER* The long run (Ep 8 RED JOHN) that wore out the two men that allowed Jane to overpower and strangle a strong fit man like McAllister was both exciting and believable. Mostly I was glad for Jane that he got his revenge, almost moving me to tears. Simon Baker did a superb job as did Xander Berkeley.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE Mentalist 2.0. I love having a happier, light-hearted Jane causing trouble and being clever (sorta like in the "old" days - Seasons 1-3). It was great that he started out running rings around the FBI to establish that he was still a free spirit, unleashable in a way, while at the same time driving toward the solution of the crime. Blue Heaven, Green Thumb, White Lines, Golden Throne were all wonderful. I like the return of the banter between Jane and Lisbon (Tunney is marvelous), and the expansion of Cho as a no-nonsense cop is spot on. Like the character of FBI Agent Abbott but it's taking longer to warm up to FBI Agent Fischer. "meh".

Really looking forward to the rest of the season!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kanost on May 5, 2014
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I really liked the extended plot Red John provided, with its higher level of plotting, machination, fascination--and the character development it provided for not just Patrick Jane but also Lisbon, Hightower, the FBI woman who had the case, etc. Since Jane found Red John, the series has run the risk of being just another FBI show with a wonderful trickster protagonist. The recent shows have an undercurrent running through them about how Lisbon is able to fall in love, but not with Jane and how he remains lonely. That is the only thing that keeps them beyond routine. I had hoped that we would have more than just a couple episodes of intrigue when Highbaugh (am I getting the name right?) stalked the CBI crew, but I found that unconvincing in some ways--the psychological motivation for him was there, but the skill at haunting them through their cell phones and on the internet seemed beyond his abilities. I keep waiting for the return of the woman in the long black dress who tried to stab Jane while he confronted Red John at last. And the list that he hinted to the FBI existed and could name all the people in the tiger, tiger organization--even if Jane doesn't know it--should in some way resurface. The show hooked me because it had the long-term Red John plot. Plus its writers did wonderful things, like the episode that ends with psychic Kristina Frye catatonic and convinced she's dead, so that she can only talk to Jane through herself as a medium. THAT is the kind of writing I want to see more of now.
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