I added 3 LQ promotional images of “The Mentalist” 5×04 “Blood Feud” episode to the photo gallery. Below you’ll also find a short synopsis. Spoiler Alert!
When Rigsby’s father is found injured at a crime scene, the team must find out if it is the result of a long-standing small-town gang war, on “The Mentalist”, at a special time, Sunday, Oct. 21 (10:30-11:30 PM, ET/9:30-10:30 PM, CT/10:00-11:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. William Forsythe returns as Rigsby’s father, Steve. Pruitt Taylor Vince (“Deadwood”) returns as J.J. Laroche. Max Martini (“Revenge”) guest stars as former gang member Fletcher Moss.
Thinking back to one of Robin’s first big television appearances, I decided to watch and cap the first season of “Prison Break” in DVD quality to add them to the photo gallery. The former owner already took some screen captures, but they are in low quality and are too many. I already added the captures of the first episode, “Pilot”, to the image archive. Robin looks extremely cute as lawyer Veronica Donovan.
“Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery” is a documentary about the independent film company responsible for such art-house hits as “Sling Blade” and “You Can Count On Me”; a company that rose to the top echelons of the independent film scene in the 90s before financial risk-taking and business mismanagement caused it to crash.
In 1991, a group of young filmmakers banded together to make films and created a company called The Shooting Gallery in lower Manhattan. It was a time when a “golden age of independent film” was just underway with the emergence of Miramax Films and the Sundance Film Festival.
The Shooting Gallery found great success producing over 20 feature films, including “Laws of Gravity” and Billy Bob Thornton’s Academy Award winning, “Sling Blade”. They also produced films including early work by stars Owen Wilson, Mark Ruffalo, Parker Posey, Elijah Wood, Courtney Love, Lawrence Fishburn and Robin Tunney.
They have financed their film on their own, and still need a lot of help. Now it’s up to you. Anyone who’s interested in helping, visit this site. By the way, Robin appears at 1:17.
I uploaded 27 pictures behind the scenes of “The Mentalist” 5×05 “Cherry Picked” episode. They show Robin and Simon chatting and walking around, Robin taking on/off heeled shoes and Robin and Simon getting their make-up on. Check them out!
On Sunday, September 30, the fifth seaso of “The Mentalist” finally premiered with it’s first episode 5×01 “The Crimson Ticket”. I managed to upload 174 HD screen captures of Robin, our lovely Lisbon. In this episode Patrick Jane interrogates Lorelei in an attempt to figure out her connection to Red John. The CBI is forced to partner up with the FBI to solve the murder of a hotel employee. Feel free to check the images out!
Since this website got hacked I lost many information and pictures, I had to re-upload the promotional images from the upcoming “The Mentalist” 5×01 “Devil’s Cherry” and 5×03 “Not One Red Cent” episodes. The second episode will be about an investigation of the murder of a diamond cutter and Jane meeting a girl who claims to be his late daughter Charlotte. While the third episode deals with a bank employee who is murdered during a heist and Jane and the team must work to track down the killer, while Lisbon is pulled deeper into the CBI/FBI rivalry. I also posted the promotional video for 5×02. Spoiler alert!
“The Mentalist” will be kicking off its fifth season with new episodes Sunday, Sept. 30 at 10:00 p.m., but that’s not all that’s new. It’s a new night for the series, which will be up against stiff competition from NBC’s Sunday night football and ABC’s “666 Park Avenue.” Star Robin Tunney isn’t scared of no programming changes… oh, wait, maybe she is. I spoke to the actress at the TCA press tour and she discussed how she really feels about the new night, what she sees happening this season, and her feelings about Jane and Lisbon opening “the locked box.”
So, a new night for “The Mentalist”?
The interesting thing is we’re moving to Sunday night, which is scary. We’re on after “The Good Wife,” so we have to be even better because that show is so good. The actors are all so good on it.
Still, you guys are well-established. It can’t be too scary, can it?
I think any sort of change, you’re always like, oh, what’s gonna happen? It’s scary, but it’s exciting at the same time. I think the next season is going to be a great one. We’re getting more focused on Red John. It’s ramping up, and I think we’re gonna have more arc episodes that aren’t stand-alones. There’s always a crime.
It seems like this season is set up to go very dark.
Yes, it does, and Simon’s character gets very dark. I think it’s a testament to the network and the studio that they let that happen, because he’s such an intrinsically lovable guy and such a commercial persona. I think it’s going to keep going.
If Patrick Jane is getting dark, what does that mean for your Senior Special Agent Teresa Lisbon?
My character’s been getting angrier at all the stuff that’s going on, second-guessing him. It’s always fun to have change, not that doing the same thing for five years isn’t fun. But I don’t think Bruno Heller is afraid to mix things up and I think so often people just do what’s safe. And Simon Baker is so intrinsically charming and winning, you can have him smiling and being adorable, but at the same time having these revenge plots makes it surprising and different.