The name of the game is who is the best at manipulation no one does it better than Jane or red john. Entering in with a smirk and a snide comment about people’s behaviors and attitudes we see another game player in the mentalist. Unlike Jane who is a con artist or Red John who uses his skills more for killing and playing with people’s lives Stiles is more of a business man looking for opportunities to expand the power his has now. During the first interaction Much like Jane, Stiles is charismatic, suave, and brilliant and has applied all three properties to deflect inquiries by authorities into his operation of Visualise on several occasions. He has suggested to Patrick Jane that he has secret knowledge regarding Red John, suggesting that someone he knows or reasonably he might be one of Red John’s associates or even Red John himself (though Patrick himself has stated that Stiles “wouldn’t hurt a fly”). In so many moments a phone is used to connect Jane, Stiles, and Red John, which is why someone like ¬†http:// / is needed. (more…)

Her Game

One of the more engaging characters on the mentality is Erica, a woman who seems interested in our main protagonist Patrick Jane. How they incorporate her into the story was truly magnificent since she gives a different perspective on the dangers of female psychopaths. Which as a group are ignored because of a false idea that women are not capable of doing something too sophisticated as planning a murder or guilty of the mistreatment After meeting and wedding her husband John she operated his matchmaking company with him and earned a lot of money. When John desired to sell the business, she murdered him and set up an alibi with the help of Peter Claridge, her assistant with whom she was holding an affair. When CBI started examining, Erica tried winning Patrick to control the investigation but lost. Although she wasn’t capable of seducing him, she did manage to make him reveal a lot about his feelings for his wife — all captured on videotape and consequently seen by Lisbon limo. (more…)



The search Lisbon first engaged Jane while he proceeded to the local CBI to get a report regarding the serial killer Red John in the scene Red Dawn. Despite showing sympathy for him and his loss, she remained at first annoyed with his style. Later, she requests him for his guidance during a murder inquiry and seems to hold his accessory to her team after Minelli allowed him a job. Lisbon cares strongly about Jane and even though he regularly gets her in difficulty since of his reckless and untrustworthy behavior, they developed a solid understanding. As time goes on, grows more plausible that Lisbon has established something that develops into strong, passionate affections for Jane. She seldom ever bestows her kindness towards him, though it’s apparent that he’s conscious of her feelings for him. When Jane left for six months at the end of season four, she remained apparently upset, and when she discovered the Jane had an affair with Red John’s assistant Lorelei Martins, she also seemed to be insecure and hurt. Jane once said her he loved her which she questioned him about and looked terrified while doing so, and Jane claimed not to remember what he’d said. They Seem to be closer in season five, though Lisbon constantly conflicts among her compassion for Jane and her worry he could proceed too far to get knowledge from Lorelei. In the season, five close, Red John’s Rules, Lisbon and Jane’s growing relationship is again produced to the forefront. Though this time, Lisbon is the one being asked about her feelings. Lisbon and Jane revisit Sean Barlow, a ‘psychic’, in that he asks to know what Lisbon is lying just by explaining it on her face. ¬†After asking her anywhere, she was the night back last as she had urged him and told Lisbon that she was ‘lying in bed and thinking about Patrick.’ He recommends that Lisbon is ‘a little in love with’ Jane, to that Lisbon does not dispute, but only swings her head in uncertainty. Sean Barlow then continues to tell her that Jane is ‘secretive and controlling’, and implies that here is a tricky thing for her to accept, what she still doesn’t dismiss. Trying to protect Lisbon from her blush-worthy testimony from Barlow, Jane turns the discussion back, but it is too late. We saw the revelation all over her features.



One of the things that make you more attractive to all other aspects of life is the fact you can choose who you are in the end nothing can take this truth from you. Many things these days stop a person from living the life they want but the mentalist shows us a different way of viewing things. We a see a man who the family is slain with no remorse due to an insult slung at a psychopath on a talk show which is more in spite the fact one person finds another exciting by any means necessary.Patrick Jane is a retired counselor for the California Bureau of Investigation. He practices his keen abilities of perception, his dazzling talent and his ability for misconduct to solve wrongs. Despite his absence of borders and neglect for protocol, he is admired because his tricks, ploys, and mind games solve cases. His motive in joining the CBI is to find and kill Red John. Jane beforehand formed as a psychic and became a minor celebrity. In a TV discussion, Jane insulted Red John, a serial killer, saying: “He’s an ugly, tortured little man, a lonely soul, sad, very sad.”This motivated Red John to slay Jane’s wife, Angela Ruskin Jane, and girl, Charlotte Anne Jane. Ever since Jane’s story purpose has been to retaliate his family by murdering Red John. In the episode Red John (episode), he certainly exacted his vengeance and executed Red John. After two seasons in hiding, he was recruited by the FBI as a consultant. (more…)