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In the sixth-season finale, a new lead in a cold case surfaces, forcing Lisbon to postpone her plans to relocate, and this delay allows Jane to examine his feelings for her and decide how to proceed.
The head of a kidnapping ring is sought by Jane and Lisbon as the victims begin to run out of time. Meanwhile, Lisbon makes her decision about whether to move to Washington, D.C., with Agent Pike.
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.
Jane unearths a human-smuggling ring after he encounters a curious-looking stranger. Meanwhile, Lisbon ponders moving to Washington, D.C., with Pike.
The rich and famous may have met their match when Jane breaches an elite men's-only social club in order to find the killer of a woman who was found dead nearby.
With only two days before a man is executed, the FBI and Jane attempt to solve a cold case and prove the man is innocent.
Jane's latest ruse is a dangerous sting operation to catch art thieves. An FBI agent from the art squad hits it off with Lisbon.
Jane must use his skills to rescue Grace after she's kidnapped by the killer hunting former CBI members. The prime suspect looks to have an airtight alibi and time is running out.
Jane and Fischer investigate a murder at an oil fracking site, while Rigsby and Van Pelt travel to Austin to help investigate suspects in the string of attacks on former CBI members.
When a U.S. attorney is found dead in Mexico with no record of having crossed the border, Jane joins a separatist group to determine if it's murder or a government conspiracy. LaRoche joins with Rigsby and Van Pelt to uncover who's stalking former CBI members.
When a high-tech map maker is murdered, Jane and the FBI investigate the possibility that he may have unearthed a spy ring before he was killed. Elsewhere, Rigsby and Van Pelt are caught up in a disturbing conspiracy.
When several DEA agents are murdered, the FBI is assigned to find the killer, which sends Jane on a date with a gorgeous woman linked to the case.
The FBI grudgingly sign up Jane when they need help finding a missing computer programmer, but he won't agree until Lisbon is hired too.
It's been two years since the Red John case was solved. Jane is a wanted man who's found peace in South America, where he's hiding out. Although he wants nothing more to do with crime solving, an unexpected job offer could change everything.
After ten years of searching, Jane finally meets up with Red John, the man who murdered his wife and daughter.
After the events at Jane's house, the CBI's priority turns to those names still left on the Red John list. Jane finally thinks he knows the identity of Red John.
Jane tries to get all his remaining Red John suspects in one place so, with the final clue, he can reveal the killer's identity.
Jane hopes to find an important clue about Red John by investigating the death of a prominent Visualize member.
Several men are in danger because a list of fake Red John suspects Jane planted has been stolen.
The CBI's case in Napa gives Jane a chance to concentrate on Sheriff McAllister. Rigsby and Van Pelt finally make it down the aisle.
When a software engineer is taken out by a drone strike, the CBI steps in to investigate. The team comes upon four of the Red John suspects just as Jane finds an important clue to Red John's methods.
The CBI team investigates the murder of a man missing for two years. Jane and Lisbon continue to investigate the list of their seven Red John suspects which include Bret Stiles, Gale Bertram, Ray Haffner, Reede Smith, Robert Kirkland, Sheriff Thomas McCallister and Brett Partridge.