I wish the writers would get away from Jane's unorthodox since of justice. I don't think Jane needs to make decisions about what kind of justice should be doled out to a criminal. That's what we have the justice system for. If he doesn't like that for himself then it's a little hypocritical to do to someone else. I don't mind how he gets his man but don't be the judge and executioner too! I get where he's coming from but sometimes it's hard to tell him apart from the bad guys. I hope that he will see the justice system as a tool to aide him in catching bad guys and not scoff at it so much.
@Rationalgal, you are right about that. I hope they get it right. His character is quite complex psychology. He really lives on the fringe of society and that's a hard place to be mentally. It has been pointed out to him on several occasions that it was a shame that he never took up a profession. I'm sure he has thought about that. It has to a bit frustrating at times. So, for him, if he can't have it, he'll just piss on it! which I think is pretty funny!
I really had a chance to think about Jane's character. Ok, so he's done some bad stuff, more then any of us. His up bringing pushed him into most of that and this is completely normal. He took what he was taught, the only things he knew and made a good living. He was raised in a very unorthodox and untraditional manner. He was taught not to trust people. Because he was raised outside the box, being naturally intelligent he could see how both his lifestyle and the society around him was not what he wanted in his life. So he decided to live by his own rules. He found out that he could manipulate both sides of the world's he lives in to his will most of the time. What makes Jane's life fun is that no matter how smart people think they are he knows that their intelligence is limited by the boxes they live in. This allows him to be able to constantly out maneuver them. He finds this amusing. He knows how to take care of himself and if he commits himself to another person, he knows how to take care of them too. He has a needy side which he doesn't expose to many people. He needs a deep unabiding love from the woman he will give his heart. Because he knows the real dangers in life through personal experiences he will protect those he loves with virtuosity, humility and a lion's heart. Freeing himself from Red John will allow him to let go of everything that was wrong in his life and eventually never look back. This is the Jane I'm looking forward too! Self redemption!
Jane is living petty darn good as a fugitive. He should have been hold up in a shabby room with long hair and a beard. Eating cold pork -n-beans out of the can, writing Lisbon letters on used teabags!
Wasn't me that Saud Lisbon was pregnant. I read the same thing too. I can't remember who wrote it.
This episode was just ok for me. Only because it's a lead in to the new change. But I was right about Jane saying I'm sorry. I think this is going to be fun. I hope it will be. I don't like Abbott and I hope Jane trashes him. When Abbott was talking to Jane at the end, it reminded me of the opening scene from The Guardian, the terms. I have no expectations and I still have a hard time wrapping my mind around the idea that Jane has killed people. When I see him in a sad or needy state, I want to just feel so bad him. I really want to think of him as cute and cuddley but I can't. After seeing Jane carry and use guns, shoot people, kill someone with his bare hands and bash that mysterious woman in the head with the candle stick. Have sex with a women for info, let a murder escape, set up people to be killed and so on, I guess I do see a whole new Jane. He should just become an FBI Agent.
First I want to say that some of you had me rolling with laughter! Wow!
I wouldn't count on that football delay stuff, I think we are pushed up by 30 mins.
Correction- I'm over the hump and ready to go!
I can't wait, I'm actually off work tonight. What are the odds in that happening. I am looking forward to the rest of the season. I'm over the hump and readybti go!
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