Das CBI unter Lisbons Leitung wird vom FBI geschlossen. Daraufhin macht sich Patrick Jane eigenständig auf die Suche nach dem Serienmörder Red John. In der achten Folge von Staffel 6 wird enthüllt, dass Sheriff Thomas McAllister Red John ist. Biographie. Red John: Patrick Jane, Medium und Berater bei der Polizei, wird mitsamt seinem Team zu einem Einsatzort gerufen. Zwei Ärzte wurden ermordet, die .
The MentalistRed John gefunden? Auf der Suche nach Red John kommt Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) einer Geheimorganisation auf ©. Red John. Red Johns Markenzeichen In der ersten Episode untersucht das Team einen Fall, der scheinbar Red John zuzuordnen ist. Patrick. Red John: Patrick Jane, Medium und Berater bei der Polizei, wird mitsamt seinem Team zu einem Einsatzort gerufen. Zwei Ärzte wurden ermordet, die .
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Not only was the smiley face killer's identity a surprise until the very end -- it was Sheriff Thomas McCallister Xander Berkeley all along -- he died a magnificent death literally at the hands of Patrick Jane Simon Baker.
The episode, titled "Red John," puts an end to Jane's year hunt for the man who murdered his wife, Angela, and daughter, Charlotte, and dozens of others.
It was a well-executed conclusion to the mystery that's driven the CBS series from the beginning: After shooting Red John in the stomach but not killing him, Jane strangles his nemesis to death after getting him to admit that he's sorry for killing his family and that he is afraid to die.
The camera focused on Jane's face for the gruesome moment, and the Emmy-nominated Baker delivered a poignant sense of relief. Baker said Jane made the decision long ago to avenge his family's death, so when he finally gets the opportunity, he doesn't let his emotions get the best of him.
This is similar to Visualize's motto of opening up potential members' eyes to the truth in order to effectively recruit them, implying that Red John uses the same philosophy to recruit his followers.
Visualize is also known for teaching its members various and diverse skills, such as bomb manufacturing and advanced technology and computer uses, skills that Red John himself and many of his followers also display throughout the series.
In a later episode, a private investigator named Kira Tinsley, who was hired by Red John to spy on the CBI, mentions that it was a Visualize member that hired her, confirming that Red John is indeed still a functioning member of the organization.
The leader of the cult, Bret Stiles, has shown in previous seasons that he has a very thorough grasp on Red John's inner workings, hinting at a connection between the two, which seems to finally be revealed as Visualize.
Whether Bret Stiles actually knows the identity of Red John appears to be debatable throughout the series, but subsequent episodes imply that, although Stiles may know Red John is connected to his organization, he does not know which member he currently is and simply uses his own resources to keep tabs on the killer's activities.
Robert "Bob" Kirkland, introduced in the retcon episode " Red Dawn ", has engaged in numerous suspicious activities relating to Jane and Jane's search for Red John.
In flashback just after Jane has joined the CBI, a man is seen thanking FBI Director Alexa Shultz for asking Virgil Minelli to keep the FBI updated on the Red John investigation.
A couple of episodes later, the man reappears. He identifies himself as Homeland Security Agent Bob Kirkland, telling Lisbon that the Tommy Volker matter is being handled and that she should "take a step back".
After he leaves her office, he comes upon Jane. The two shake hands, and Kirkland tells Jane that he knows him, although Jane didn't know Kirkland.
In the next episode, Lorelei Martins tells Jane that he had already met and shaken hands with Red John. In the episodes " Red Sails in the Sunset " and " There Will Be Blood ", Kirkland and Homeland Security are shown taking deep interest in finding Red John's accomplice, Lorelei Martins, when she goes on a killing spree.
Neither the CBI nor Homeland Security locate Lorelei before she is found murdered under Red John's trademark smiley face.
When Jason Lennon who admitted to being an accomplice of Red John awakes from an induced coma, he is interviewed by Kirkland. He tells Kirkland that he remembers who shot him but says he does not recognize Kirkland.
Kirkland then kills Lennon with an injection, making it appear Lennon has died of his injuries. Kirkland tells Jane that Lennon "never said a word" before dying.
In the episode " Red Letter Day ", Kirkland has two Homeland Security agents break into the attic where Jane works and occasionally lives at CBI.
They take pictures of the information on Red John that Jane has on display. Kirkland is able to reproduce a near exact version of Jane's bulletin board on Red John, presumably including the references to Kirkland himself as a suspect.
Jane had had suspicions that he was being watched and realizes that his room has been broken into because he sees the toothpick he had been leaving of late between the door and the frame lying on the floor where it fell after Kirkland's men entered the premises, never noticing it.
Kirkland reappears in episode 4 of season 6. He is revealed to be responsible for killing names on a list of fake Red John suspects his men stole from Jane.
Once he learns that the list was fake from Jane, he kidnaps him. At the barn where he is being held captive, it is also shown that Richard Haibach is there, one of the men suspected of being the "San Joaquin Killer.
On his way to prison, his vehicle is pulled over by FBI Agent Reede Smith. Smith informs him that the "Tyger, Tyger" quote is used by dirty officers of California Law Enforcement.
Smith is one of them. When he gives Kirkland the address to a safe house, he then shoots him to death while running to his freedom.
He and the driver cover it up and before departing say, "Tyger, Tyger. In the fifth season finale, Jane reveals to Lisbon that he has narrowed the Red John suspect list to seven names.
Although those names aren't revealed until the end of the episode, Jane and the CBI investigate a Red John murder.
Although it was initially believed that Red John wasn't involved in the murder, and that it was either the victim's husband or uncle, it is revealed that Red John committed the murder with the help of Miriam Gottlieb, a social worker who wanted Eileen Turner's child.
Gottlieb tricked Turner into separating herself from her volatile husband and moving into a motel, where Red John struck.
In transit after her arrest, Gottlieb commits suicide by swallowing a cyanide pill, refusing, like almost all Red John's operatives, to be taken alive.
Before her arrest, she gave Jane a DVD from Red John, which featured the now dead Lorelei Martins, who recorded a video shortly before her own murder by Red John.
Martins reveals that Red John is very angry with her for revealing that Patrick and Red John had shaken hands, and that, in exchange for her making the recording, Red John will not "make her suffer so much".
The video reveals that Red John somehow knows the names of Patrick Jane's seven suspects:. Red John doesn't deny being one of these men. The killing of Eileen Turner marks the beginning of a new killing spree as Lorelei tells Jane that Red John will "start killing again Out of frustration, Jane breaks the DVD with his own fingers, and sighs while looking out his window of his room at CBI.
In the premiere of season 6, Jane is highly disturbed at how Red John could deduce who he would have on his final list two months before finishing it, as well as have so much intimate knowledge of his memories and thought process.
At a loss as to what to do, Jane remains extremely cautious around the seven suspects while Lisbon goes behind his back and has all the suspects' cell phones installed with GPS trackers.
Infuriated that Lisbon went behind his back and played into Red John's hands, Jane and Lisbon have a falling out, with Lisbon eventually going to an abandoned house after receiving an anonymous tip at West Huron Street.
She calls SAC-PD; however, when she arrives at the address, a lady on the line informs her that they are temporarily unavailable.
She then hears a faint scream inside and enters. Inside, she finds the mutilated body of Brett Partridge, chanting "Tyger, Tyger", before dying, effectively revealing that he is not Red John.
It is revealed that Red John called in the anonymous tip, abducted and placed Partridge within the house to torture and murder him, knowing that Lisbon was tracking the suspects' phones and would arrive after learning that Partridge was in the house.
He abducts her and then uses her phone to call Jane, who has previously been attempting to call Lisbon to apologize for their earlier argument, and taunts him as he paints his signature smiley-face on her face with Partridge's blood.
However, Jane and the authorities locate Lisbon, who seems to have been left unscathed by Red John, confusing her and Jane.
As Jane ponders how Red John could have such intimate knowledge into his past and memories, he concludes that Red John must have had access to someone with such knowledge: Sophie Miller, Jane's old psychiatrist, who helped him regain his mental health after he suffered a breakdown in the wake of his family's murder.
After repeated attempts to communicate with Sophie fail, Jane visits her house, only to find her severed head in the kitchen oven, revealing her to be one of Red John's victims.
As it is revealed that Red John stole Sophie's personal files on her patients, Jane concludes that Red John most likely came to her in the guise of a patient in order to ply her for knowledge.
However, Red John didn't know that Sophie used an audio device to record her thoughts about her patients, using her unique ability to read people even if they attempt to hide their true emotions and personality.
With this knowledge, Jane is one step ahead of Red John with an additional description to narrow down his list of six suspects.
Knowing about the tattoo and using it as his leverage, Jane plans to gather the remaining five suspects at his old house where he has ammunition.
He plans to attract each suspect individually, telling them he has critical information about Red John. Jane promises Lisbon that she can accompany him during this process, but breaks his promise as he is worried about her safety.
Once the five suspects are together, Jane tells them that one of them is Red John. He pulls out his shotgun and asks that they all put their guns on the floor.
He then reveals what Tinsley told him about the tattoo and asks the men to reveal their left shoulders. First to reveal is Raymond Haffner and Bret Stiles, who do not have tattoos.
Sheriff Thomas McAllister reveals his arm and his tattoo, three dots, just as Tinsley described. Jane moves in to take a closer look at whom he now believes is the real Red John before Bret Stiles indicates for him to look at Gale Bertram and Reede Smith, who both have the same tattoo as the sheriff.
Now that three men have identical tattoos, a new window is opened to identify who Red John is; and whether Red John also has the tattoo.
It is believed that the men who have these tattoos are all corrupt government officials who use the "Tyger, Tyger" phrase to cover up their unlawful work.
As Jane gathers them in his home, the house explodes with all five Red John suspects and Jane still inside. Police arrive, and Lisbon enters the house to discover Reede Smith.
She identifies the tattoo and shoots Smith, wounding him, but he escapes. Lisbon then sees Bertram and tells him Smith is Red John. Bertram slips away as only Jane at this point knows he has the tattoo.
An unconscious Jane is asleep at the hospital and Bertram attempts to kill him before being interrupted by Lisbon.
As Jane begins to regain consciousness, Bertram flees and Lisbon and Jane deduce that either Bertram or Smith is Red John.
It is also revealed through DNA testing that the other Red John suspects were killed in the blast, although no bodies were seen.
Jane and Lisbon then realize that Brett Partridge was chanting the phrase "Tyger, Tyger" to Lisbon just prior to his death, in the hope that she was a member and could help him.
When Agent Cho checks Partridge's body at the morgue to verify the tattoo confirming that he was a Blake member, he learns that Red John peeled away the section of skin on his shoulder where the tattoo would have been located, implying that Partridge was a member and Red John had attempted to cover up his affiliation to the group.
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. I thought it was one of the most exciting episodes it ever had. True, there were some flaws, mainly RJ running like he was in a marathon, wounded LOL For a brief moment after the hood shot Bertram?
Then I thought, no. When Bertram was telling Jane he was not RJ and he and others never met RJ, then the hood must of known RJ cause he carried out RJ's order to kill Bertram.
The expression on Jane's face as he was strangling his wife's killer, said it all. One caveat Did I miss it or was it ignored?
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Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Jane pleads with Abbott to give him one hour, soon backed up by Lisbon.
Abbott, still suspecting Jane's corruption, catches onto their urgency. Cho Tim Kang , Rigsby Owain Yeoman and Van Pelt Amanda Righetti arrive and hold Abbott at gunpoint, countering him by inquiring whether he too is a member of the corrupt Blake Association.
Abbott insists that he isn't, but is unable to provide them with proof amid the setting and circumstances.
He is forced to let Jane go but arrests the team shortly afterwards. Jane, on the other hand, misdirects the FBI by allowing a few teenagers to steal Lisbon's tracked car, and hitches a ride to the cemetery.
Arriving at the cemetery's church, Jane, inside, is greeted by Bertram, who goes on to claim that he is not Red John, nor is he even among the Blake Association's higher ranks.
However, reluctantly deeming Jane a loose end, he orders Jane killed. Cordero, however, also under orders from Red John, shoots Bertram instead, prompting the real Red John to enter the church: Sheriff Thomas McAllister an uncredited Xander Berkeley , previously believed to have perished in the explosion in Jane's house at the end of the episode "Fire and Brimstone".
Greeting each other, McAllister brags to and berates Jane, gloating over how he was able to survive and also find out the names on Jane's list of suspects.
While admitting that he never figured out how Red John knew the names, Jane does disclose his knowledge on McAllister's survival: two bombs went off in his house, one being a concussion bomb that allowed for Red John to drag Jane, Reede Smith and Bertram out of the way before a second lethal bomb killed Bret Stiles and Ray Haffner.
McAllister faked his own death by placing a body with falsified DNA evidence provided to him by the now-deceased Brett Partridge. McAllister, impressed, allows Jane to "show him something", only to be attacked by a pigeon Jane hid under his sleeve taking advantage of McAllister's previously-displayed phobia of the creature.
Jane brandishes a gun he had hidden in the church and shoots McAllister in the abdomen and Cordero dead.
As Jane relishes having McAllister --whom he finally acknowledges as Red John-- at his mercy, he is interrupted by a woman Kamala Lopez-Dawson who tries to persuade him to spare McAllister.
When Jane tries to get her to leave, she attacks Jane with a knife. Was he thinking? I, Red John, like presents! But it played silly, and made Red John seem like a paper tyger.
Patrick Jane straddles Red John. Jane is so proper, so stand-off-ish. Simon Baker may be Australian, and his character may be an American, but Patrick Jane has always struck me as British — the three-piece suits, the tea, the aloofness, the aversion to physical violence and parlor intellectualism.
Jane asks two questions: Does he feel sorry for murdering his wife and daughter? Red John blinks Yes. Then he asks, Are you afraid to die?
Yes again. From the outset Jane always said he would kill Red John.
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