CBS (ended 2015)
|Ooh! More of the Red John story. This episode looks like the best yet!|
Where did you pick up on the Red John theme from the first post? Hope you are right because while this is a great show the first epsiode was the best because of the Red John history that was left hanging
Another strong eppy...I liked the banter between the dueling psychics very much.
Misdirection is a staple of the series and soon you'll be able to pick the guilty by seeing them in the first scene, IMHO...Something to be careful about for the writers in the future.
Really enjoy Kang but is it just me or are they intentionally trying to clothe him in tight shirts?...He looks like he's about to go Hulk in his outfits
I had a hunch from the beginning that it was the daughter who killed her mother because she just didn't seem too genuinely upset. It also seems like the show does subtly tip its hand as to who the guilty party may be. This episode didn't do it, but many shows actually tip the guilt party by having that person being played by a familiar character actor.
Any thoughts as to why Jane reached across the table and touched the daughter's finger during their first interview? It seemed at the time like it should be meaningful.
At the end Jane says something along the line of:
"Are you done channeling? Is that it?"
when she tells him his daughter wasnt scared. Can anyone explain that to me?
What does Jane mean with channeling (if thats what he said).
I haven't watched this show much about the daughter storyline. I have done lots of research on the metaphysical. Basically, the soul leaves the body before a major event that caused the death. NDE/Near Death Experience Cases talked about the soul hovering above the body before death. No pain is felt.
Books by Raymond Moody, Brian L. Weiss, or James van Praagh can answer more questions than I can. James van Praagh is th co-executive producer of Ghost Whisperer. This is another CBS program. The Mentalist will be on Friday following the Ghost Whisperer show with Jennifer Love Hewitt.