The Mentalist

Season 6 Episode 20

Il Tavolo Bianco

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM May 04, 2014 on CBS
8.5
out of 10
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76 votes
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A grand jury is convened to review Red John's murder and determine if Jane should be tried. Meanwhile, Lisbon wonders what Jane's reaction would be if she relocated with Agent Pike; and Cho and Abbot track some new leads in the human-smuggling ring.

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  • not memorable, and boring

    1.0
    a boring episode
  • a interesting complex show going down

    1.0
    with RJ or not, the cast isn't interesting at all. I miss the cbi, the team, the cases were intersting. now predecible, boring, to say the least
  • Il Tavolo Bianco

    6.5
    The fake grand jury was a little bit over the top, and it definitely was a "con" that Jane refused to admit. Okay episode, but nothing too memorable or original.
  • It's a love story about a woman who has to choose between two men !

    9.0
    Pretty much describes Casablanca and Lisbon, to a "T".



    En route to this poser for Lisbon was an excellent episode with Jabe at his sneaky best, ensnaring the bad guy.



    If there was a niggle I had, it was that the "Trojan" coat was a shade over the top complicated for what it achieved. A simple hand off with an envelope stuffed with cash and a name would have done the same.



    However, the tension between Jane and Lisbon was what it was all about this week and I suspect for more than the next two final weeks as CBS has announced the renewal of The Mentalist for a 7th series, albeit without details of number of episodes, etc.



    The back case continued Cho's ongoing mission to recover the missing sister and uncovering the organ harvesting ring was chilling.



    I'm now looking forward even more to the last two episodes of season 6, although much more lip locking between Lisbon and Pike will make me throw up.



    Roll on series 7.moreless
  • Jane gets competition.

    10
    A great episode and Jane does his psychic thing on people as always,on the love life it is really hard for him not to mention the woman he may have feelings for is about to move away.



    He needs to man up and tell Teresa his true feelings.

Zuleyka Silver

Zuleyka Silver

Daniela Walker

Guest Star

Tony Amendola

Tony Amendola

Aurelio

Guest Star

Jonathan LaPaglia

Jonathan LaPaglia

John Acardo

Guest Star

Joe Adler

Joe Adler

Jason Wylie

Recurring Role

Pedro Pascal

Pedro Pascal

FBI Agent Marcus Pike

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The episode title "Il Tavolo Bianco" (Italian for "The White Table") is the name of the restaurant owned by Mr. and Mrs. Aurelio and frequented by the mobster John Acardo.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Lisbon: You always know what I'm gonna do, huh?
      Jane: Mostly.
      Lisbon: One of these days, I might surprise you.
      Jane: Please don't. I love that you're predictable.
      Lisbon: Just what a girl wants to hear.
      Jane: What does a girl want to hear?
      Lisbon: I wish I knew.

    • Agent Abbott: How long are you gonna let that go?
      Jane: What?
      Agent Abbott: (referring to Pike and Lisbon) Well, you know he's gonna take her to Washington, right?
      Jane: Listen, she'll do what she wants to do.
      Agent Abbott: You know, I've collared lots of con men over the years, best in the business. You know what led to their downfall ultimately?
      Jane: Yeah. They start believing their own con. That's not gonna happen. There is no con here.
      Agent Abbott: No?
      Jane: No.
      Agent Abbott: All right, then.

    • Jane: Have you decided?
      Lisbon: Decided what?
      Jane: Whether or not you're gonna go with him.
      Lisbon: No. Not yet.
      Jane: Well, I hope you stay.
      Lisbon: You do?
      Jane: Yeah, I think you'll be bored in D.C.
      Lisbon: That's why I should stay, to avoid boredom?
      Jane: What's worse than boredom?

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