The Mentalist season 7←The Mentalist season 6
Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:Simon Baker, Robin Tunney, Tim Kang, Joe Adler, Josie Loren, Rockmond Dunbar, Amanda Righetti, Owain Yeoman, Emily Swallow, Michael Gaston, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Aunjanue Ellis, Gregory Itzin, Terry Kinney Genre:Crime, Drama, Mystery Channel:CBS Status:Ended
Patrick Jane and Teresa Lisbon decide to keep their relationship in secret from their colleagues. Meanwhile, FBI investigates a homicide of a secret agent. Furthermore, a young and ambitious agent, Michelle Vega, joins the team. Also, Lisbon goes to jail under the guise of a prisoner in order to track down and arrest the boyfriend of one the condemned, who is a leader of a criminal gang dealing with the hijacking of luxury automobiles. Jane and Lisbon are sent to Lebanon at request of CIA in order to place an international arms dealer under arrest, where they meet their old familiar, Erica Flynn. She is not so green, as she seems to be and studies her own interests while communicating with the agents. In the meantime, the team investigates a murder, connected with sham diamonds operation, but the sickness makes Jane direct his colleagues from the office as long as he recovers. Abbot is worried, whether his previous crimes may prevent his wife from getting a good job in Washington. These and more thrilling events are expecting you in the seventh season of the Mentalist.
The Mentalist season 7 episodes list:
Jane and Lisbon begin their new relationship, but they must hide their feelings for each other from their colleagues as they investigate the murder of an undercover agent. Also, young, ambitious agent Michelle Vega joins the team.
Lisbon goes undercover as a prison inmate in order to get a convict to turn on her boyfriend, who is the leader of a high-end car theft ring.
Jane and Lisbon travel to Beirut where they must work with Jane's familiar adversary Erica Flynn, who agrees to help the FBI apprehend her boyfriend, a courier for terrorist organizations, in exchange for amnesty for her past crimes.
The team investigates a murder linked to a counterfeit diamond operation, but an illness forces Jane to direct his colleagues from the office as he recuperates. Meanwhile, Abbott is concerned that transgressions in his past could harm his wife’s chance to obtain a prestigious job in Washington, D.C.
A chance encounter with a military colonel leads Jane to believe the soldier is hiding something, leading him to dig into closed murder case of the man’s wife.
The team is brought in to consult on a botched DEA raid, but when Abbott’s former boss tries to blackmail him into keeping the agency’s missteps quiet, Abbott is forced to choose between his career and his morals.
A murder investigation becomes personal for Lisbon when she learns that her underachieving younger brother, Jimmy, is being sought as a key witness.
Jane worries for Lisbon’s safety when the team puts itself in the line of fire to protect the witness in a murder investigation from a skilled assassin.
When Abbott’s old boss, Agent Peterson, threatens Abbott’s career – and possibly his freedom – Jane devises a risky plan to protect his friend’s future.
Jane takes extreme measures as the team tries to apprehend a deadly gang of armored car robbers before their desperation to remain free costs more innocent people their lives.
A young man claiming to have psychic powers offers his help to the FBI in solving a pair of murders, but when he leads them to additional victims, Jane and the team begin to suspect that he is in fact the killer they’re hunting.
Jane agrees to once again pretend to be a renowned psychic and be used as bait in an attempt to lure out a serial killer and give the FBI a chance to apprehend him.
Lisbon accepts Jane’s surprise marriage proposal, but a killer’s quest for revenge may cost them the happy ending they’ve worked so hard to achieve.