Review: The Mentalist S06E05


Finally, I got the courage to write this series’ review. Now, we know that Red John suspect list have got from 7 to 5 persons. I hope this season is not a finale because if it does, I’m going to have a hard time find a good series for me.

A new case involving a murder in a closed room. There is no one in the room except the victim, the window are too high to escape and the only way out is a door guarded by an angry father and hotel’s security. Perfect. Lisbon and her team were reluctantly teamed up with Haffner (Reed Diamond) and Jason Cooper who works with religious group called Visualize. Let the journey begins.

Their investigation lead them to some postulation that the same killer is at both crime scene which is impossible. The first one, was in the hotel room, the second one, is at the car hijacking crime scene nearby. After that, Cho was approached by a young lady, Kira Tinsley (Beth Riesgraf) who managed to bug his desk at the office. Jane was able to sensed that, and foiled the plot. It’s revealed that this young lady is a private investigator, claimed that her client was Visualize.

Jane able to solved the close room murder’s puzzle by explaining that the killer first kill his victim in the car nearby, but the victim managed to stabbed him in the stomach. The killer walked in pain and arrived at the hotel room. He panicked when the hotel security calls for him due to this angry father complained about him (the killer shoved his kid, bro!).  He threw a gun that was used for the killing using a rubber band, causing the gun to stumbled at nearby alley. During that stunt, the aorta ruptured due to pressure and he died because of excessive bleeding.

Now, the private investigator. Visualize denied Jane’s statement for hiring an investigator. Jane postulate that the investigator was being hired by Red John or was about to be killed by Red John. Kira Tinsley died but not before tell Jane an important clue. Very important clue. Kira revealed that her killer have three dots tattoo on his left shoulder.

For Patrick Jane, that’s a leverage. A Very defined leverage. I can smell the cliffhanger soon enough.. haha.. Until next time. See ya..XDXD


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