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Exclusive Mentalist First Look: Rigsby and Van Pelt Get Their Happy Ending Owain Yeoman .. Jane and Lisbon, God I love their relationship:). In the next episode, "Black Gold and Red Blood", Van Pelt and Rigsby seem to be dating and greet each other. The ultimate goal of Patrick Jane and his cooperation with the CBI is to track down . And as the Van Pelt-Rigsby relationship heats up, it threatens to cool down.
We feel like we're ridden the ups and downs and we've been on this roller coaster with them. This should be a reward, both for [the characters] within the reality of our show, and for the fans who've sort of cheered for them all along.
It is a happy ending for them. Is it safe to assume that he had no idea Van Pelt still carried such a torch for him until he overhears her conversation in the interrogation room? We've always written him as a guy's guy, and, in a sense, that means clueless, particularly when it comes to romance and relationships.
Van Pelt's dropping hints, as a woman often does in a relationship, and [he] is just missing the hints. That sort of opened up the opportunity for us to have a homicide occur in a wedding environment, which organically places them right into the hothouse. I mean, throwing Rigsby and Van Pelt into a wedding environment is like throwing Colonel Sanders into the chicken coop.
It's going to bring stuff up. The fact that they're investigating a homicide that takes place the day before a wedding that stirs up all these emotions in Rigsby and Van Pelt that they have to confront.
What can we expect going forward as they adjust to married life? We are, at the end of the day, a procedural show, and any character stories that we do have to wrap around cases. So, even in this episode, we had to fold the wedding into a weekly homicide case. But in terms of their happiness, in terms of their togetherness, we want to present a completely happy and fulfilled Rigsby and Van Pelt.
We want it to be real. We're having a little fun in some future episodes.
Grace Van Pelt
And there she was worrying about journalism and while you were throwing yourself at Hunt and Kasmir and she's the one that ends up with the anchor chair. I mean no, I mean wh-what? Hell hath no fury like a slut outflanked.
It actually takes another five lines of back and forth before she realizes that she's been accused of murder. Also, all of Jane's sarcastic OMG! Cho, Van Pelt and Rigsby, the last two are now married, but she's still referred to as Van Pelt, are searching the storage space of a Red John suspect, who happens to be their boss, Gale Bertram.
Rigsby just wants to make sure he's got everything clear So are we going to talk about this? Bertram is Red John. And if Jane finds him, he's gonna kill him? And we're good with that? Just as long as we're on the same page. Just weird is all.
In "Panama Red", at the end of the episode, Jane hides Lisbon's car keys inside a puzzle box he's been playing with throughout the episode. When she realizes what he's done, she opens her desk drawer, pulls out a hammer, and smashes the puzzle box open. You keep a hammer in your desk? You only think you know everything about me.
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A case of Hilarious in Hindsight. In 1x02, Jane continuously beats a very frustrated Sheriff McCallister in a game of rock paper scissors. Madeline Hightower's hilarious response to Jane pointing a shotgun at her. If you don't point that shotgun away from me, I swear I will use it to beat you like a rented mule. Van Pelt and Rigsby go undercover on a relationship help radio show.
Very little acting is involved. Why did you break up the first time? Well, then you got Sarah pregnant.
After you got engaged to a maniac. It's no help to us at all. Patrick Jane buys Teresa Lisbon a pony. In the second-to-last episode, when he buys a cottage for them to live in together and has her close her eyes so he can surprise her with it, she asks if he bought her another pony.
In the season six finale, Jane is arrested for breaking into an airport to get onto Lisbon's plane and give an Anguished Declaration of Love. Jane writing letters to Lisbon after the events of "Red John". If you look closely at the one he's writing in the episode, he apologises to her for leaving her on the beach in "Fire and Brimstone". The ending of "Blue Bird". After a nasty fight, Jane races to the airport, jumps over a fence, sprains his ankle, runs onto Lisbon's plane and tells her that he loves her.
He is then arrested for breaching airport security. Jane sits despondently in the holding room She tells him she feels the same way and he kisses her. Whatever of "Ruby Slippers" that wasn't a colossal tearjerker.
Basically, a singing group of drag queens convince a gay kid not to kill himself, help him stage his death and bring the people responsible for his abuse to justice. Patrick Jane buys Lisbon a pony. In Jane's first birthday after they get together, Lisbon makes Jane a present, which he tries to guess. It turns out to be Jane's teacup from the CBI, which she managed to rebuild after it was broken. Jane admits that he did not know what she was going to give him, and feels about to tear up in happiness.
At the end of "Copper Bullet", Dennis Abbot informs Cho that he's next in line to take over as lead agent.
A smile appears on Cho's face and just refuses to come off.