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Patrick Jane is a fictional character and the protagonist of the CBS crime drama The Mentalist, portrayed by Simon Baker. Jane is an independent consultant for the California Bureau of Investigation, and helps by giving advice and insight from his many years as a fake psychic . Since the beginning of the show, Jane is shown to care deeply about Lisbon. Patrick Jane is a fictional character and the protagonist of the CBS crime and helps by giving advice and insight from his many years as a fake psychic medium . Red John; 3 Relationship with Teresa Lisbon; 4 Appearance and personality. Never shipped a “couple” as much as I ship Jane and Lisbon, it's amazing. Really glad .. I would like to know who I should give that advice to.
I was so jealous.The Mentalist 6x16-Jane & Lisbon acting as a couple
Walt has everything that I can't offer you, and I was afraid that you'd see that. But I trust you, if you want to be friends with him.
I can learn to handle that.
Her sense of guilt was mammoth now. I forgot," Lisbon said, desperate to get away from him. I'll see you in the morning. She didn't even look back at him. She kicked off her shoes, and threw her keys in a dish near her door. Then, clutching her flowers, she went and glanced out of her window. Jane was still outside of her apartment, sitting on the hood of car. Sighing, she went to put her flowers in water, then she put a jacket on, and slipped out to see Jane again.
Who's going to report me? As an afterthought, she turned to look at him again. It was the furthest thing from my mind.
But I really want to stay here. She reached out and squeezed his hand. I love you, he mouthed as she walked away. Jane barely got any sleep that night, he stayed up the whole entire night waiting for Mashburn to show up. But he never did, eventually he fell asleep around 4am. When he woke up the next morning, Lisbon was sitting in a beach chair at the foot of his car, watching him over the rim of her favorite coffee mug.
I think that we need to take a step back and examine our relationship. This is about me. Me, and my feelings. Everything's going too quickly—" "Too quickly? We haven't even kissed or made love! She is, quite literally, the only person he has in the world. Jane claiming that he will always save Lisbon, which is particularly sweet in its sheer ridiculousness - Lisbon is always the one doing the ass-kicking in that relationship.
When Lisbon is on the verge of tears, Jane calms her into a trance and just holds her and strokes her hair. Can y'all say Ship Tease? The whole episode "His Red Right Hand". It's very tear jerk-y as Bosco and his team are gunned down by an associate of Red John's.
Bosco has a Dying Declaration of Love with Lisbon which she seemingly reciprocates. The team then all share a drink and Rigsby starts absent-mindedly singing Amazing Grace to which the whole team join in with. When Rigsby and Van Pelt's relationship is found out, they either have to break it off, or one of them has to transfer. He goes to Cho for advice. Which do you love more, your job or Van Pelt?
It's not that simple! Which do you love more? And Rigsby chooses to transfer so he can stay with Van Pelt. Except she chooses to break it off, because she doesn't want him to ruin his career over her.
He is unconventional and commonly defies police procedure, often acting without apparent empathy for suspects or families suffering losses.
His past is revealed slowly through five of the show's seven seasons. The revelations come through flashbacks and Jane's statements. In the episode " Throwing Fire " it is revealed that Jane was raised by a swindler father who included his young son in his carnival psychic act, touting Jane as "the boy wonder".
Jane never went to school, as revealed in the episode " Rose-Colored Glasses ". He married Angela Ruskin, who was from a similar background, her family being members of a traveling carnival and " carnival royalty ". The couple had a daughter, Charlotte. He has kept the incident a secret from his CBI co-workers, and it is not in his records.
Jane uses his mentalist abilities to solve crimes, but his main objective is to find Red John. He has stated that he plans to kill Red John rather than to commit him to legal incarceration, though his direct supervisor, Teresa Lisbonappears to doubt his sincerity in this regard.
Jane initially joined the CBI one year after the death of his wife and daughter. He was discouraged from doing so, but when assaulted by a then-agent of the CBI, Stephen Hannigan, he was allowed to look at the files out of an attempt to appease him and avoid a lawsuit. He became engaged in a then-current investigation of Lisbon and her team, managed to solve the case using his unique abilities, and as a result was employed as a consultant by then-CBI Head Virgil Minelli.
Two years after the events of "Red John", Jane resides in an unnamed Spanish-speaking island, eventually agreeing to return to the U.
Relationship with Red John[ edit ] Jane has suggested on a number of occasions that he considers Red John's death or capture to be a higher priority than his own life. In turn, Red John appears to hold a similar obsession with Jane, to the point of risking capture for the purpose of observing him.
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In the episode " His Red Right Hand ", he is described as being similar to Jane in his ability to "see through people". Red John has a CBI team murdered with help from a mole on the inside, just so he can have Jane back on his case.
During the second season finale, Jane and Red John finally meet. However, Jane is unable to see Red John's face because it is hidden by a rubber mask, and Jane is tied to a chair. Ironically, Red John saves Jane from three students who have committed Red John copycat crimes and are about to kill Jane.
At the end of the third season finale, Jane meets a man whom he believes is Red John. During their conversation, "Red John" encourages Jane to forget about him, and says that seeking vengeance is a waste of his valuable life.
Patrick asks if he is the real Red John, to which the man gives detailed comments about Patrick's wife and daughter. When "Red John" attempts to walk away after their brief talk, Jane shoots him with a handgun, then sits down and waits to be arrested.
It is revealed in season 4 that the man Jane shot was an imposter, and Red John remains at large. In the fourth season finale, Red John extends a hand of friendship to a distraught and derelict Jane, believing that Jane has lost all hope and has lost his way in life. Jane, however, has contrived his own nervous breakdown in order to draw out his adversary.
Jane meets with Red John inside a limousine, unable to see his face. Red John proposes his offer for friendship yet again, but Jane replies, "Go to hell".
Later, the FBI closes in on the vehicle, arresting Red John's friend Lorelei Martins, but discovering Red John was never in the limousine and was communicating via a burner phone attached to the kidnapped Luther Wainright, who is inadvertently killed.
In season 5, Jane becomes determined to discover Red John's identity. In episode 16, he reveals that he will do anything to get to Red John.