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Continues to deliver
on January 19, 2013
First, you have to sort of turn off your ears everytime you hear them rant about "red john".
And a lot of those episodes, would likely make more sense if you were on some hallucinogens of
Still in all, the plots are decent, the acting is good, only 2 dimensional in extremely short bursts.
I continue to enjoy this series a lot.
If you want a feel for where the series is, check out the first one in this season for the "flavor',
Patrick Jane, used to make a living as a psychic, torqued off a serial killer who killed his wife and
daughter, uses his skills to further torque off most of whomever he deals with and solve murders.
He's been at this thing for years (nabbing Red John), and RJ is basically portrayed as a boogey
man capable of all sorts of insidious insanity, with a depth of cohorts and money that never seems
Thing of it is, to date, no clue as to why RJ is out there killing all these people nor why everyone
is so anxious to help him do his dastardly deeds? (But maybe I've missed a couple of episodes)
Murders for the most part arent' rocket surgery, but still entertaining.