Patrick Jane (series star Simon Baker), an independent consultant with the California Bureau of Investigation (CBI), has a remarkable track record for solving serious crimes by using his razor sharp skills of observation and psychological manipulation. Within the Bureau, Jane is notorious for his blatant lack of protocol and his semi-celebrity past as a former psychic medium, whose paranormal abilities he now admits he feigned. No-nonsense CBI senior agent Teresa Lisbon takes the heat from her boss, Chief Madeleine Hightower (recurring guest star Aunjanue Ellis), for Jane's theatrics and lack of boundaries, but acknowledges his usefulness and counts him as a loyal friend.
Lisbon's team includes agents Kimball Cho (series star Tim Kang), who serves as the lead interrogator with a desert-dry demeanor; Wayne Rigsby (series star Owain Yeoman), the team's resident fire and explosives expert; and relative newcomer Grace Van Pelt (series star Amanda Righetti), the optimist who is often at odds with Jane's more jaded views. Although the CBI team agrees that Jane is a loose cannon, they can't help but admire his charm and knack for clearing cases.
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A real guilty pleasure, a pretty formulaic crime series, but easily forgivable because of the cast. A great third season building to an excellent finale. A must for any Mentalist fan, or if you are browsing looking for something to fill a few rainy days.
Season 3 of The Mentalist continues to strongly build upon the storylines set-up in the previous two seasons. With the introduction of new characters, more ruthless criminals after revenge and blood, and of course, the elusive Red John, Patrick Jane and the CBI continue to have their hands full of intriguing cases. Presonally, I think The Mentalist continues to make relatively simple plots all the more intriguing because the main characters are so wonderfully matched and well-rounded. There are some interesting extras and all in all, this is a brilliant tv series boxset. Roll on the release of Season 4.
The Mentalist Season 3 continues the story of Patrick Jane as a consultant for the fictional CBI. The season picks up where season 2 left off sees our ex 'psychic' conman solving murders in an almost hapless pursuit of revenge for the death of his wife and child by serial killer Red John. The season itself is excellent and continues in the same vein as previous seasons putting our protagonist into interesting situations such as solving a murder seemingly committed by his brother-in-law to questioning if he should even be pursuing his nemesis at all. Very good development of the main story arc throughout. Highly recommended.
it was brilliant to see the last bit how he kills red john, well worth watching really well done, and enjoyable for the whole family.