The Mentalist Season 2 [DVD]
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California Bureau of Investigation consultant Patrick Jane (Simon Baker in his Emmy®-nominated role) has a blatant lack of protocol but is self-assured and driven. The former “psychic” uses his talent for seeing the clues everyone else misses to solve the most baffling crimes. But there’s more than crime that makes this season a must-see: Lisbon and Cho reveal hints about their troubled pasts. Violence fells one CBI boss, and the new boss seems more interested in authority than teamwork. And as the Van Pelt-Rigsby relationship heats up, it threatens to cool down their careers.
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Season 2 contains some of the very best episodes yet, from a Red John backed murder slew close to home ('His Red Right Hand'), to 'Aingavite Baa', a brilliant study of amnesia, fear and monetary greed, and on to another Red John-based thriller ('Red Sky in the Morning') to close the season off, even more dramatically than the first. The acting is top-notch, as well, with Baker the standout, though all the CBI figures, and most of the bit parts also put in good turns; especially Robin Tunney as the exasperated, but charming, Lisbon. Equally, the often dark and/or deadpan wit of the first season, largely provided by Jane and Cho is back in full force, and blends well with the bloodiness and the tragedy, of some of the cases the CBI are involved in. Though it's very rare I say this about a series, there seemed to be no real weak points in Season 2 of 'The Mentalist'. The one thing I found a little unrealistic, is that there seemed to be no characters who claimed innocence when interviewed within the CBI offices, and also few cases seemed to end with uncertainty (as is often the case in real murder trials) - but the fact that that's the only issue of note with this superb show, is a testament to how well written, well cast, and well plotted 'The Mentalist' is. You'd be mad not to watch.
I generally HATE TV - but I love this!!!
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