The Mentalist (season 6)

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The Mentalist (season 6)
The Mentalist - The Complete 6th Season.jpg
Season 6 U.S. DVD Cover
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 22
Release
Original network CBS
Original release September 29, 2013 (2013-09-29) – May 18, 2014 (2014-05-18)
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The sixth season of the CBS police procedural series The Mentalist, created by Bruno Heller, premiered on September 29, 2013 and concluded on May 18, 2014.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Notable guest stars[edit]

Production[edit]

CBS announced that it had renewed The Mentalist for a sixth season on March 27, 2013.[1] It was revealed in July 2013 that the mystery of Red John will be revealed before the end of 2013.[2]

On August 7, 2013, it was announced that characters Wayne Rigsby and Grace Van Pelt, played by Owain Yeoman and Amanda Righetti, both of whom had been on the series since the first episode, would be leaving.[3] Emily Swallow and Rockmond Dunbar were cast as Kim Fischer and Dennis Abbott, two recurring characters with the potential to become series regulars.[4][5] Dunbar was promoted to series regular on October 18, 2013, three weeks before his first episode had been broadcast.[6] On November 15, Swallow was likewise promoted to series regular before her first appearance was aired.[7]

Righetti and Yeoman's final episode, "White as the Driven Snow", aired on March 23, 2014.[8]

Filming locations[edit]

The first episode of the season "The Desert Rose" was filmed in Bombay Beach, California.[9] The production team created a sign for the fictional "Borrego Gas Diner" to stand-in for the local bar and restaurant Ski Inn.[9]

DVD Release[edit]

All 22 episodes were included on the five disc complete sixth season set. It was released on September 20, 2014 in Region 1, October 20, 2014 in Region 2, and October 8, 2014 in Region 4. It included the featurette "Patrick Jane: Redeemed, Recovered, Restored" and unaired scenes.

Episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
117 1 "The Desert Rose" Chris Long Bruno Heller September 29, 2013 (2013-09-29) 4X5601 9.70[10]
Jane and Lisbon try to narrow down the list of the Red John suspects while the team investigates the death of a man who was missing for two years. An anonymous phone call leads Lisbon into Red John's trap where she discovers a gravely injured Partridge. Before he dies, he says "Tiger, Tiger." Red John calls Jane from Lisbon's phone, implying to him that he has her. Jane's list of suspects drops to six.
118 2 "Black-Winged Redbird" Robert Duncan McNeill Tom Szentgyorgyi October 6, 2013 (2013-10-06) 4X5602 8.55[11]
Jane rushes to the crime scene to find Lisbon dazed, with Red John's classic smiley face on her face, but still alive. Later Jane discovers several clues to Red John's identity after Red John murders Jane's ex-psychiatrist Sophie Miller.
119 3 "Wedding in Red" Randy Zisk Daniel Cerone October 13, 2013 (2013-10-13) 4X5603 9.38[12]
In order to focus on Sheriff McAllister, Jane involves the CBI in a case in Napa. Meanwhile Rigsby and Van Pelt decide to get married.
120 4 "Red Listed" Eric Laneuville Rebecca Perry Cutter October 20, 2013 (2013-10-20) 4X5604 7.75[13]
When a list of fake Red John suspects is stolen, the innocent men named on it find themselves in danger. Madeleine Hightower and Bob Kirkland return. The existence of a conspiracy using the identification phrase "Tiger, Tiger" amongst California's Law Enforcement personnel is revealed. This suggests that Red John, known for his fascination with Blake's poem, may have strong connections to this organization. Bob Kirkland is murdered by Reede Smith, who tells a police officer to say that he killed him because he tried to run away, and they seal the deal by saying "Tiger, Tiger" (which indicates that they are part of the secret organization). Jane's list of suspects drops to five.
121 5 "The Red Tattoo" Tawnia McKiernan Eoghan Mahony October 27, 2013 (2013-10-27) 4X5605 8.82[14]
The CBI team is dispatched to investigate the murder of a member of Visualize. Jason Cooper and Ray Haffner arrive at the crime scene and Cooper tells Lisbon that Haffner is invited by the lieutenant governor to join the case—much to Lisbon's and Jane's dismay. The case seems to lead to the killer being in two places at the same time. Meanwhile, Cho meets a woman at the victim's gym while canvassing. The woman is caught placing a bug in Cho's desk at the CBI by Jane and is questioned. She turns out to be a private investigator (PI) hired to keep an eye on the investigation. At the end of the case, Jane confronts Cooper about hiring the PI to bug the CBI, but Cooper denies the accusation. Jane realizes that Red John hired the PI, meaning that the woman may be in danger. They track her location using her own bug (which Jane planted on her as she left them) and when they arrive at her home, she is fatally wounded. Jane asks her who attacked her and, dying, she tells him that her attacker (Red John, presumably) had a tattoo of three dots on his left arm.
122 6 "Fire and Brimstone" John F. Showalter Ken Woodruff November 10, 2013 (2013-11-10) 4X5606 8.46[15]
With the new clue in mind, Jane arranges to gather the remaining Red John suspects – Sheriff Thomas McAllister, Reede Smith, Gale Bertram, Ray Haffner and Bret Stiles – in one place in hopes of uncovering the serial killer's true identity. Using the information Kira Tinsley gave him before she died, Jane, brandishing a shotgun, makes the five suspects show him their left shoulders revealing that McAllister, Smith and Bertram all have three dots tattooed on the left shoulder—meaning that one of those three is Red John. Lisbon (whom Jane abandons at beach side while en route to the rendezvous with the suspects at his family home) steals a car to arrive at Jane's house, and just as she is about to enter, an explosion occurs, throwing her back.
123 7 "The Great Red Dragon" Elodie Keene Jordan Harper November 17, 2013 (2013-11-17) 4X5608 9.72[16]
After the explosion, DNA evidence suggests the burnt bodies were those of Haffner, Stiles and McAllister. Bertram and Smith go on the run, but Smith turns himself in not much later, after managing to escape a series of assassination attempts, realizing his life is in permanent danger. Jane announces to the media that Red John is Gale Bertram. A bartender recognizes Bertram, who stopped in for a drink, on the television. Bertram bludgeons the bartender to death, then flees. The CBI is disbanded and shut down by the FBI, led by Agent Dennis Abbott (Rockmond Dunbar), due to the corruption and entanglements which have caused a massive scandal within California law enforcement.
124 8 "Red John" Chris Long Bruno Heller November 24, 2013 (2013-11-24) 4X5607 10.94[17]
In the conclusion to the Red John saga, Jane, now considered a fugitive by the FBI, goes on the run, in the meantime arranging a meeting with Gale Bertram, who is now publicly believed to be Red John. Meeting with Bertram in the chapel of the cemetery where Jane's wife and daughter are interred, a Red John operative (Oscar Cordero) shoots Bertram dead. Sheriff McAllister steps out, revealing he is alive (after events in Fire and Brimstone) and is Red John. Jane deduces that McAllister had knocked the group out with a concussion bomb to allow him to drag Jane, Bertram and Smith to safety, then exploded a second, lethal bomb, to kill Stiles and Haffner, also leaving behind a cadaver that matched McAllister so authorities would think he was dead. Jane distracts McAllister with breadcrumbs and a pigeon, causing McAllister to drop his gun, whereby Jane retrieves a gun he had taped under a pew, and shoots him. After Cordero runs in Jane shoots him dead, but is then attacked with a knife by a woman who is presumably a Red John acolyte, thereby allowing Red John to escape. Jane manages to take the offensive, overpowering the woman and catching McAllister in a nearby park. McAllister begs for his life, even promising to answer questions he knows Jane cannot answer, such as how he knew the seven names on Jane's shortlist. Jane, however, goes through with his revenge and chokes Red John to death, then leaves a message for Lisbon telling her that Red John is dead and it's all over.
125 9 "My Blue Heaven" Simon Baker Tom Szentgyorgyi December 1, 2013 (2013-12-01) 4X5609 9.58[18]
Two years have passed since the events of 'Red John' (the discovery that McAllister was Red John, and Jane's killing him), and Jane — who's been living on a Spanish language-speaking island which has no extradition agreement with the United States — receives a job offer; all criminal charges against him will be dropped if he agrees to work as a consultant for the FBI. Patrick eventually decides to accept (in part due to a woman he meets on the island named Kim), but on his own terms, which include working with Lisbon (now a small town police chief in Washington State). Jane writes down a 4-point agreement on a napkin, of which he makes several photocopies, having Abbott sign the copies to indicate agreement with Jane's terms. However, once Jane is back in the United States, Abbott informs him that the 4-point agreement has no legal weight and that his signature on the copies means only that he acknowledged reading what Jane wrote on the napkin. Abbott says that either Jane will work for the Bureau on the Bureau's terms or he will face charges. When Jane refuses to agree to the Bureau's terms, Abbott (also revealing Kim to be an FBI agent) has Jane taken away to a "detention suite".
126 10 "Green Thumb" Robert Duncan McNeill Daniel Cerone December 8, 2013 (2013-12-08) 4X5610 9.97[19]
Three months since "My Blue Heaven", Jane continues to remain in his detention suite, insisting on Lisbon's team membership in the FBI in order to work as their consultant. Lisbon reluctantly assists in a case involving a missing computer programmer in Brooklyn, New York, who is married to a gypsy named Defiance, who Jane attempts to empathize with. Jane, after briefly escaping from the FBI's watch and being found with the help of young FBI analyst Jason Wylie (Joe Adler), deduces that the programmer has been kidnapped following his murder of a proposed psychic suspected to be having an affair with Defiance. Following the discovery of the psychic's dismembered body in the house garden and the programmer's subsequent rescue from a member of an old New York street gang, living in the victim's apartment, Jane blackmails Abbott with a list of Blake Association members still at large, whose names he has blacked out - he agrees to tell Abbott the names if the FBI abides by Jane's terms. Lisbon later decides to join the FBI.
127 11 "White Lines" Guy Ferland Ken Woodruff January 5, 2014 (2014-01-05) 4X5611 10.22[20]
Jane, Lisbon and the FBI team investigate the death of several DEA agents, and Jane goes on a date with a beautiful woman (Brianna Brown) associated with the case. There's a drug war going on between different clans and the police, and Jane is able to find out that the woman indeed is the drug trafficker.
128 12 "The Golden Hammer" James Hayman Michael Weiss January 12, 2014 (2014-01-12) 4X5612 9.58[21]
A high-tech cartographer who may have uncovered a spy ring is murdered. Jane finds that national security details were sold by the CEOs secretary and that she murdered the man. Meanwhile, Lisbon is contacted by old colleague Oscar Ardiles (David Norona) who thinks he has been bugged. She refers him to Van Pelt and Rigsby, who now run a digital security business. They wind up on the trail of an alarming conspiracy - 12 former members of the CBI have been bugged, including themselves, Jane, Lisbon, Cho and Ardiles. Rigsby finds Ardiles murdered.
129 13 "Black Helicopters" Randy Zisk Erika Green Swafford March 9, 2014 (2014-03-09) 4X5613 9.95[22]
The FBI team try to track down the killer of a US attorney. Jane goes undercover in a homestead commune. Meanwhile Lisbon asks for LaRoche's help on the wire-tapping case. Despite Rigsby covering LaRoche's back during a search for a suspect, LaRoche receives a fatal gunshot wound from a booby trap.
130 14 "Grey Water" Geary McLeod David Appelbaum March 16, 2014 (2014-03-16) 4X5614 8.65[23]
Rigsby and Van Pelt are attacked in their home and they barely make it out alive. The FBI team helps them to search for potential suspects from previous case logs, without much success. Meanwhile Jane and Fischer investigate a case at an oil fracking site, where a local farmer who sued them for environmental damage is found murdered. Although the oil company is the main suspect, Jane manages to get the real murderer to reveal himself: the farmer's best friend, who killed him to keep the money he stole when they broke in the company's headquarters for proof of bribery.
131 15 "White as the Driven Snow" Chris Long Eoghan Mahony March 23, 2014 (2014-03-23) 4X5615 8.02[24]
After Grace is abducted, the FBI tries to find her but their main suspect, Haibach, has an alibi and a very protective lawyer. Wayne and Patrick come up with an alternative plan. They trick Haibach into leading them to where he's keeping Grace - with his sister in a mountain cabin. However, Rigsby is shot twice when the sister uses Grace as trap. Haibach then takes Patrick and Grace outside and prepares to chop off Patrick's fingers, but Rigsby somehow manages to overpower the sister, saving Patrick by shooting Haibach. Luckily, the other members of the team had also been able to locate the cabin and showed up just in time to take Rigsby to the hospital. The episode closes with Rigsby in a hospital bed, well on the road to recovery; Rigsby and Grace are offered positions at the FBI but they decline them, saying that they prefer civilian life.
132 16 "Violets" J. Miller Tobin Jordan Harper March 30, 2014 (2014-03-30) 4X5616 8.72[25]
Investigating the murder of an art gallery owner during a robbery, the FBI consults their art division, led by Agent Marcus Pike (Pedro Pascal). Jane formulates an elaborate plan in which the team plays different roles connecting to that of Jane, who poses as a wealthy art robber partnering with his girlfriend, played by Lisbon. Successfully deceiving the robbers and their leader, Edwin McKaye (Charles Mesure), Jane lures them into a trap designed to initiate a robbery at his temporary home and catch the criminals in the act, as well as fooling McKaye into going on the run and believing he is safe, prompting him to visit his hideout storing the stolen art, and thus get him caught, as well as incriminated for the murder of the gallery owner. Following the completion of the case, Lisbon goes on a date with Pike.
133 17 "Silver Wings of Time" James Hayman Tom Szentgyorgyi & Rebecca Perry Cutter April 13, 2014 (2014-04-13) 4X5617 9.02[26]
Jane, Abbott, Wylie and the rest of the team must find the real killer for an old crime, while the indicted innocent is living his final days and hours before the execution on the death row.
134 18 "Forest Green" Eric Laneuville Jeffrey Hatcher April 20, 2014 (2014-04-20) 4X5618 8.65[27]
When a woman is found murdered near a remote men's social club, Jane must find a way to insinuate himself into the insular group to find the killer.
135 19 "Brown Eyed Girls" Sylvain White Eoghan Mahony & Michael Weiss April 27, 2014 (2014-04-27) 4X5619 8.63[28]
Jane comes across a man tending to an injured woman who dies shortly. Tracking the lead the FBI uncover a woman trafficking gang. With the trafficker dead, his partner in custody and the kidnapper slaughtered. The chase is to continue.
136 20 "Il Tavolo Bianco" Tom Snyder Daniel Cerone & Erika Green Swafford May 4, 2014 (2014-05-04) 4X5620 8.42[29]
Patrick is apparently arrested for the murder of Red John; this is actually all part of a sting operation to determine which member of an empaneled grand jury was paid off to prevent the indictment of a gangster for murder. Jane believes that the prosecuting attorney is the one who was bribed to "throw" the hearing, and he and the FBI set out to prove it. Meanwhile, it's discovered that the human traffickers (from the previous episode) are harvesting organs from the women they've kidnapped.
137 21 "Black Hearts" Randy Zisk Ken Woodruff & David Appelbaum May 11, 2014 (2014-05-11) 4X5621 8.64[30]
The head of a kidnapping ring is sought by Jane and Lisbon as the victims begin to run out of time. Meanwhile, Lisbon makes her decision about whether to move to Washington, D.C., with Agent Pike.
138 22 "Blue Bird" Chris Long Bruno Heller May 18, 2014 (2014-05-18) 4X5622 9.69[31]
To stop Lisbon from leaving, Jane arranges for a cold-case to be re-opened. Lisbon is furious when she realizes the deception and storms off to catch her flight to Washington. But Jane follows her and confesses his love for her. Meanwhile this also causes the real killers to be caught.

U.S. ratings[edit]

No. Title Original U.S. air date Viewers
(in millions)
Rating/Share
(Adults 18–49)
Rank
(per week)
1 "The Desert Rose" September 29, 2013 (2013-09-29) 9.70[10] 1.6/4[10] #22[32]
2 "Black-Winged Red Bird" October 6, 2013 (2013-10-06) 8.55[11] 1.5/5[11] N/A
3 "Wedding in Red" October 13, 2013 (2013-10-13) 9.38[12] 1.3/3[12] #20[33]
4 "Red Listed" October 20, 2013 (2013-10-20) 7.75[13] 1.2/3[13] N/A
5 "The Red Tattoo" October 27, 2013 (2013-10-27) 8.82[14] 1.3/3[14] N/A
6 "Fire and Brimstone" November 10, 2013 (2013-11-10) 8.46[15] 1.4/5[15] N/A
7 "The Great Red Dragon" November 17, 2013 (2013-11-17) 9.72[16] 1.4/4[16] #21[34]
8 "Red John" November 24, 2013 (2013-11-24) 10.94[17] 1.6/4[17] #16[35]
9 "My Blue Heaven" December 1, 2013 (2013-12-01) 9.58[18] 1.7/4[18] #19[36]
10 "Green Thumb" December 8, 2013 (2013-12-08) 9.97[19] 1.8/5[19] #13[37]
11 "White Lines" January 5, 2014 (2014-01-05) 10.22[20] 1.6/4[20] #6[38]
12 "The Golden Hammer" January 12, 2014 (2014-01-12) 9.58[21] 1.8/5[21] #14[39]
13 "Black Helicopters" March 9, 2014 (2014-03-09) 9.95[22] 1.6/4[22] #16[40]
14 "Grey Water" March 16, 2014 (2014-03-16) 8.65[23] 1.3/4[23] #24[41]
15 "White as the Driven Snow" March 23, 2014 (2014-03-23) 8.02[24] 1.3/3[24] #22[42]
16 "Violets" March 30, 2014 (2014-03-30) 8.72[25] 1.5/4[25] #18[43]
17 "Silver Wings of Time" April 13, 2014 (2014-04-13) 9.02[26] 1.6/5[26] #19[44]
18 "Forest Green" April 20, 2014 (2014-04-20) 8.65[27] 1.4/4[27] #13[45]
19 "Brown Eyed Girls" April 27, 2014 (2014-04-27) 8.63[28] 1.2/3[28] #18[46]
20 "Il Tavolo Bianco" May 4, 2014 (2014-05-04) 8.42[29] 1.2/4[29] #21[47]
21 "Black Hearts" May 11, 2014 (2014-05-11) 8.64[30] 1.2/4[30] #17[48]
22 "Blue Bird" May 18, 2014 (2014-05-18) 9.69[31] 1.5/4[31] #15[49]

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