CBS and network TV's top new show keeps on getting better. Simon Baker is perfect in the role of Patrick Jane and is one of the most compelling characters on a procedural drama in a long time. Too many shows feature generic, bland characters that fai more
Jane's team investigates the murder of a hotshot investment banker, found tortured before being bolted inside his hidden "safe room." At the memorial service, Jane flirts with the widow and gets her to reveal the victim was a man of many se more
Jason Sands, a wealthy banker and political contributor, is found dead inside his residence vault. After being tortured, he was left to bleed to death inside the vault. Patrick Jane and the team delve into Jason's private life to catch the perpetrato more
Now THIS was an episode-and a darn good one at that. I knew from the opening Jane-is-awesome scene that not only was it going to be good, but that it would be the best episode so far. And it did not disappoint. One of the greatest things about this episod more
The series is moving beyond the early episodes' introductions and careful explanations to show a quicker pace through the mystery plot. Patrick Jane provides the dazzle, as usual, but he also helps unravel significant parts of the mystery. He's more
Again, in this episode, Lisbon muttered the words, "My sincere apologies for our consultant." It continued the opening season featuring Simon Baker as Patrick Jane. Jane's unconventional intellectual leadership on the crime fighting team wa more
Simon Baker is captivating in this role, and is constantly able to grab my attention away from my iPhone, my computer in a way that most shows just aren't doing these days. Even with that knowledge, though, the episode remained engaging and well wort more
Again in this episode Jane captured us with his intelligence. For a while I thought he has been blind by the innocence of the widow. But at the end we can see that it's one of his strategies. What a great episode.