You see how much better things turn out when you're honest with me.

Teresa Lisbon

Patrick Jane: No matter what happens from this point on, we have to promise each other that we will always look at the bright side.
Teresa Lisbon: I promise.

Patrick Jane: What about your family?
Teresa Lisbon: Oh they wouldn't care. I just talked to them at the hotel. They found the mini bar. They're like cavemen arguing over a dead antelope.

Jane: I can't do this job forever but it's going to be hard to give up.
Abbott: Yeah, it's hard giving up making a difference.
Jane: No, everyone makes a difference. Hard to give up the chase.

Lisbon: How are the kids?
Rigsby: Sticky mostly.

Teresa Lisbon: How do you know that?
Patrick Jane: When we're married do you think you might stop asking that question?

Stan Lisbon: If we're not there Mom is going to spin in her grave like a freakin' crank shaft. She'll be crying for shame that our sister, our only sister,
Jimmy Lisbon: Would you can it please, Stan. Teresa said she don't want us there. Why would you want to be there if she doesn't want us there.

Teresa Lisbon: You knew I was going to say yes.
Patrick Jane: Even after all these years you're still a mystery to me.

Patrick Jane: I want you to be my wife. Will you marry me?
Teresa Lisbon: Okay. Yes. Yes.

Teresa Lisbon: You're not wearing your wedding ring.
Patrick Jane: I'm not married.

It's the eBay of the deeply weird.


Jane would go. He'd say do the usual thing you get the usual result which in this case is him dead.


The Mentalist Quotes

Grace Van Pelt: Mr. Jane, I have a question regarding your previous career path.
Patrick Jane: Fire away.
Grace Van Pelt: When you met with other psychics, real psychics, could they tell you were just pretending?
Patrick Jane: There's no such thing as real psychics.

Greetings old friend, it's been a while. I hope you are keeping well. I am thriving and happy. I have 12 wives now and will soon begin courting number 13. Why can't you catch me? You must feel so powerless and stupid and sad. Oh well. All the best. Red John.

Grace Van Pelt