“White As The Driven Snow” — Grace is kidnapped by the killer who has been hunting former CBI members, but when the prime suspect appears to have an airtight alibi, Jane must rely on all his skills to locate her before time runs out, on THE MENTALIST, Sunday, March 23 (10:00–11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
CHEAT TWEET: Can Jane & Rigsby save Van Pelt before a killer takes his revenge? #TheMentalist #CBS 3/23 10pm
Below you’ll find the extended promotional video for “The Mentalist” 6×13 “Black Helicopters. Enjoy!
I uploaded a picture that features Robin on set of “The Mentalist” 6×17 “Silver Wings Of Time” to the image archive. More set photos can be seen here. Enjoy.
JANE INVESTIGATES A MURDER AT A FRACKING SITE WHILE THE FBI ATTEMPTS TO UNCOVER WHO IS HUNTING FORMER CBI MEMBERS, ON “THE MENTALIST,” SUNDAY, MARCH 16
“Grey Water” — Jane and Fischer investigate a murder at an oil fracking site, while Rigsby and Van Pelt travel to Austin to help investigate suspects in the string of attacks on former CBI team members, on THE MENTALIST, Sunday, March 16 (10:00–11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
CHEAT TWEET: Who is targeting old CBI members? Rigsby & Van Pelt reunite with the team to join the hunt! #TheMentalist #CBS 3/16 10pm http://bit.ly/1k5ZFYk
“Black Helicopters” — Jane’s investigation leads him to join a separatist commune after a U.S. attorney is found dead in Mexico, even though there’s no record of her crossing the border. Also, Rigsby and Van Pelt convince JJ LaRoche to help them discover who is stalking former CBI members, on THE MENTALIST, Sunday, March 9 (10:00–11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
CHEAT TWEET: Is it murder…or a government conspiracy? Jane joins a separatist commune to find out! #TheMentalist #CBS 3/9 10pm
The Mentalist sees possible romance on the horizon for one Teresa Lisbon.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Pedro Pascal — whose recent TV credits include Graceland, Red Widow and an upcoming arc as Game of Thrones’ Oberyn Martell — has joined the CBS procedural in the recurring role of FBI Special Agent Marcus Pike.
Pike is described as “a charming man with integrity, a blue-collar cop with FBI smarts.” As previously scooped by my Inside Line column, when the G-man enlists Jane and Lisbon to help track a band of art thieves, he takes an instant shine to the latter and sets out to sweep her off her feet.
Pascal debuts in Episode 16, and will be around for at least five episodes. The Mentalist resumes Season 6 on March 9, with Episode 13.
The review below was written by Virginia Mae Fontana, an author plus college English instructor who also enjoys obsessing over films and pop music. The review was published on SpoilerTV.
Sunday’s episode of The Mentalist was quite possibly the strongest since the new format began. This hour had so much goodness packed into it and improved vastly in most areas over last week: Jisbon was turned up to max volume, Fischer was dialed down to a supporting character instead of cutting into Lisbon’s screen time, a new ongoing story arc was introduced, and RigsPelt returned!
Early in the episode, I loved the little debate that Jane and Lisbon managed to mutter in the midst of Jane’s clearance level being debated for a new, top-secret case. Lisbon reminded Jane that he is not her boss, and that she is no longer his either. Jane noted that now they are “equals, partners.” Of course, Jane has never followed Lisbon’s orders to the extent he was supposed to, and it’s only to be expected that he’ll be even more out of line now that she’s no longer in charge of him. We can, however, always count on Lisbon to put Jane in his place, which makes their interactions so entertaining.