@washgurl36, maybe this new agent will teach Jane some hand to hand combat. Then he can beat the hell out of Shultz when she shows her ugly face!
I did some looking into Alexia Shultz and found out that she is a Regional Director. One of the jobs of a regional director is the placement of leadership staff in the FBI offices in their region. I'm guessing that Alexia Shultz staffs the Austin office. I also find it interesting that Kim Fischer got a leadership position for going undercover on the island. So Alexia Shultz may have staffed and be in control of the whole Austin office. Abbott said their boss is a female named Shultz. Isn't that interesting?
Wow! You just really want to go there but I'm not going with you. Sticks and Stones!
Differences aside lise, you probably are right. But since they now have a opportunity to clean it up, we get to have that much more fun! My fun comes in trying to figure out where they might try to go in spite of the storyline. I gave up on trying to figure out why it wasn't moving in the most logical direction. I use to care about that but since I couldn't change that I got on board with how they were writing their episodes and where they might go. I am having fun exploring the shows writing style and trying to figure out things by what is not being written. Once I jumped on board with the show, I could go back and see what they were doing. When I did that, it removed a lot of the plot holes. That alone was very exciting for me. I've learned a lot just being on this site turning over this series. This is the most fun I ever had with TV. Will I ever do this again, NO! There are great minds on this site. I love the challenge. I especially love it because it's pure. We accept or not accept analysis. We combine analysis. We discuss the shows points from different views. We are all from different walks of life and backgrounds. From different educational levels. What I love is that we are able to discuss a show like this in such a methodical manner with respect. I love that for the most part we leave our egos at the door. Yes! We have had our fun and have been silly as hell. That's why I am here! This series has touched down on some of the most serious topics of the day. I love that we were able to have these discussions without argument. It doesn't get any better then this. There are a lot of sites that attack the blogger for having a opinion about the show. This is the biggest reason I'm here, I don't even read other sites. I'm glad I found this site, it has been an enlightening experience. And while I'm on the subject of this site, thank you Christine for hosting. I remember when you said we were great fans and that you would start a roundtable because of it. We've only gotten better since then. Thanks for all your efforts and inviting me to the roundtable discussions. You were right, you do have a great job! I've a blast just blogging here!
You know you're right, this could be Volker's dirty dealings. It wasn't Haibach in grace's hotel room or the Rigspelt house. Haibach's right thumb was cut off by Kirkland. There is no way he could handle that shot gun. Haibach likes little girls. Just his profile alone suggest that it wasn't him. He has never been physically aggressive and is intimidated by grown women. It wasn't Haibach. Good call, Volker could be the person. if our string puller is not female , kirkland or Stiles, it could be Volker. He did exhibit Red John qualities and he is well connected. As a matter of fact he does fit the Red John profile to a T. Remember the guy who walked in front of the bus? Remember how everyone was deathly afraid of him? Very, very, very interesting! ? ! 😨
I was thinking about the mentalist today and something occurred to me about Jisbon. Haffner told Lisbon and Van Pelt to stay away from Jane because he has angered a lot of powerful people. And that they could get hurt if they stayed around him. I was thinking either they will become the dynamic duo or they are going to have a love affair and then remain friends. I don't think Jane, if it goes this route, will or even be able to bare the idea that Lisbon could be hurt being around him, if this is not over. Something is still going on. In the episode White as the driven Snow, the man in Rigspelt house was wearing tactical gear and protective goggles. His first shot hit the diaper bag dead center. Rigsby was standing next to it and is a bigger target. It had to be an intentional miss. Also who the hell would know where the weak security point was in the house unless they had knowledge of security installations. Haibach was way to stupid for any of that. I'm believe someone offered Haibach and opportunity for revenge and set it up for him. Haibach was screaming and yelling that he wanted revenge when he was being put in the ambulance. I'm wondering now if there wasn't someone at the scene that over heard what he said.
That's why I love trying to figure out where this show might go. There is a lot of good stuff in the series! I love turning over every rock!
What you say is very interesting because it's in line with what I was saying. Jane has now opened himself up. What if this was just a game by the string puller to get Jane to a point where he could utterly destroy him. Jane has killed two people who said they we Red John. The string puller lets Jane think he's won and has his vengeance for himself and his family. AND THEN BOOM! He starts playing games again. Only the types of games Jane would notice. The kind of games that would make Jane question his sanity. How could he convince anybody of the truth without putting himself in jeopardy. The game with Jane and Red John was pretty sinister to begin with. But to return and slowly creep back into his life via a different form would be even more sinister and in keeping with the character that was presented throughout the series. Someone just waiting to get that last piece of Jane the same way they did K. Frye. Someone waiting to strike just when Jane thinks he has battled his demon and won. Allows Jane to walk into his new life with a happy heart full of intentions and then shows Jane that he has been controlled this whole time. Manipulated by a power that never had any intention of letting him go or be at peace. The game that was being played was obsessive, devious and maniacal. In the course of the game many people were brutally murdered. Why would who ever this is just stop having a obsessive compulsion such as this? They were playing a cat and mouse game. Cat's play with their prey, disorienting it and then.............!
@Rationalgal, that's what I'm talking about, where's Waldo? That was petty slick in retrospect. It means that they were always going to use someone from the series even if they hadn't made a choice. The story leaned very heavily towards Stiles and Visualize. I think it still does, why would they put Jason Cooper on a suspect board with Haibach?
Now that is really funny!
© 2015 TV Fanatic
TV Fanatic Plus
Sign up for our daily newsletter to receive personalized television news for