I'm just a girl trapped inside a cookie jar.
Regardless of whether or not the show is renewed for a 7th season, why should we be surprised that Baker wants to continue with the show? In the interviews he gave, it's clear that he loves his character, he loves his work environment, his coworkers, being a producer, etc. Also he knows that Heller intends to give the show a proper ending and 7 seasons would do just that. I would understand that he would want to quit if the show had been dragged for ages, with the story being ridiculously improvised. That's not the case. Ideally, the show was projected for 7 seasons, so it's not surprising that he wants to be on the show that long, even if there was no contract. Just my perspective.
I just watched Pink Champagne on Ice again and remembered how we talked here that the chronological order of events with Jack doesn't seem to line up with Jane's story. But having it seen again, I think it does. In this episode, we learn that Jane and Jack used to work the Carnival Circuit together, which means Jane hadn't escaped with Angela at that point. He was still a carnie. According to Jane, Jack opened for him in Kansas city around 1993 (or maybe 1996). We can assume Jack left the Carnival Circuit some time later and was busted for drugs, so he probably never knew how Jane got together with Angela, which explains why he has no clue she was murdered by Red John.
(cont)7- Never considered him because I thought he was just a creep. I don't know the actor's acting range, so I don't know if he could change his persona so dramatically. Could he really seduce someone like Lorelei and Rosalind? At this point, and because it's pointless to theorize too much, I would love to see as Red John: Gale Bertram, Bob Kirkland and Sheriff McAllister, if only from a casting perspective. Michael Gaston, Kevin Corrigan and Xander Berkely are fantastic.
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