The Mentalist

Season 4 Episode 7

Blinking Red Light

9
Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Nov 03, 2011 on CBS
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The CBI team is trying to find a serial killer while Jane encounters a blogger who has devoted his life to finding the killer.

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  • One of the best of the best season!

    9.0
    Very interesting and satisfying episode of Season 4. Panzer was pure evil. As far as I am concerned, Season 4 is the best season so far. Love so many things about it: Cho and Summer (want them together!) Always Bet on Red, just a great season! Season 5 is not doing it for me. Of course, I only have half episodes thanks to AT&T's erratic scheuling.
  • Red John vs SJK

    9.5
    This episode has been the best of the season so far.The episode has had the CBI tracking a serial killer called the San Joaquin killer who turned out be James Panzer a man who has apparently dedicated his life to catch him.However Jane has trouble proving it and Jane knows that he will kill again so Jane had Red John kill him by manipulating him to say bad things about Red John on TV.That was definitely the best part of the episode but now Jane has got to somehow persuade everyone that Red John is still dead or if he doesn't they will know that he didn't kill Red John and that he lied to the jury.



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  • Excelente

    8.5
    Episodio sensacional, tipico de Jane.
  • great

    8.5
    don't think it was 10 but close to it. it was really good, what we waited for a while, classic Jane.
  • Is this episodes 7 ?

    8.5
    How come this "Blinking Red Light" episode listed before episode 1 ?
Missi Pyle

Missi Pyle

Karen Cross

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David Paymer

David Paymer

James Panzer

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William Mapother

William Mapother

Richard Haibach

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Michael Rady

Michael Rady

Luther Wainwright

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