- Episode 1 : Pilot
- Episode 2 : Red Hair And Silver Tape
- Episode 3 : Red Tide
- Episode 4 : Ladies In Red
- Episode 5 : Redwood
- Episode 6 : Red Handed
- Episode 7 : Seeing Red
- Episode 8 : The Thin Red Line
- Episode 9 : Flame Red
- Episode 10 : Red Brick and Ivy
- Episode 11 : Red John's Friends
- Episode 12 : Red Rum
- Episode 13 : Paint It Red
- Episode 14 : Crimson Casanova
- Episode 15 : Scarlett Fever
- Episode 16 : Bloodshot
- Episode 17 : Carnelain Inc.
- Episode 18 : Russet Potatoes
- Episode 19 : A Dozen Red Roses
- Episode 20 : Red Sauce
- Episode 21 : Miss Red
- Episode 22 : Blood Brothers
- Episode 23 : Red John's Footsteps
Actors Of "The Mentalist - Season 1"
Characters Of "The Mentalist - Season 1"
Creators of "The Mentalist - Season 1"
Critics Of "The Mentalist - Season 1"
Adam Buckman New York Post
September 23, 2008 Too many serial killers threaten to overwhelm "The Mentalist."Read in Source
Matthew Gilbert Boston Globe
September 23, 2008 The stories seem dashed-off, and whodunit quickly becomes whocareswhodunit.Read in Source
Brian Lowry Variety
September 23, 2008 For the most, "The Mentalist" plays like just another clue-sifting procedural, so forgettable that I had difficulty recalling the particulars of the central case 15 minutes after watching it.Read in Source
John Leonard New York Magazine/Vulture
September 23, 2008 As the setup for a TV show, this is no more ridiculous than Profiler and at least as likely as Patricia Arquette. And so far, so-so.Read in Source
Tom Shales Washington Post
September 23, 2008 We don't need another cop show, that's for sure -- especially on CBS. But if we're going to have one anyway, "The Mentalist" is definitely the way to go.Read in Source
Troy Patterson Slate
September 23, 2008 As a show, The Mentalist sets the power of science on the side and says up with people. In turn, we're paying it attention.Read in Source
Alan Sepinwall Newark Star-Ledger
September 23, 2008 Unless the storytelling gets more interesting, you have to really like Baker to make "The Mentalist" more than something you pay casual attention to at best.Read in Source
Cynthia Fuchs PopMatters
September 23, 2008 By now, of course, eccentric white male smartypants on police procedurals are all too common.Read in Source
Tim Goodman San Francisco Chronicle
September 23, 2008 There's an old-school feel to the storytelling (shades of "Columbo") that makes it feel comfortable - perhaps too comfortable, or at least too easy.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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