The Mentalist Red John
Red John. Share. Tweet. E-Mail. Share. "Warum ich? Ich habe es nie kommen sehen." (Xander Berkeley). Nachdem der Produzent von "The Mentalist", Bruno. Red John ist eine fiktive Figur und der Hauptgegner des CBS-Krimis The Mentalist in den ersten fünf Staffeln und der Hälfte der sechsten. Grüße von Red John: In den Red John Fall scheint Bewegung zu kommen. Ein Gespräch mit dem leitenden Ermittler Bosco muss Jane aber zunächst .
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Red John ist eine fiktive Figur und der Hauptgegner des CBS-Krimis The Mentalist in den ersten fünf Staffeln und der Hälfte der sechsten. Red John (abgekürzt als "RJ" oder "RJK" für "Red John Killer" in den Akten von FBI und CBI) ist der Alias des zentralen Antagonisten in The Mentalist während. Red John. Thomas McAllister ist der Hauptantagonist aus der TV-Serie The Mentalist. Er ist der Sherrif von Napa County, der Anführer der Blake Association. Nach der Enttarnung und Tötung von Red John in Staffel 6 flüchtet Patrick Jane vor der Polizei ins Ausland. Nach zwei Jahren findet. Red John. Share. Tweet. E-Mail. Share. "Warum ich? Ich habe es nie kommen sehen." (Xander Berkeley). Nachdem der Produzent von "The Mentalist", Bruno. Red John - Patrick Jane, der früher als Medium im Fernsehen auftrat, ist zwar kein Hellseher, verfügt aber über eine extrem gute Beobachtungsgabe und ist der. Red John. Patrick Jane, Medium und Berater bei der Polizei, wird mitsamt seinem Team zu einem Einsatzort gerufen. Zwei Ärzte wurden.
Grüße von Red John: In den Red John Fall scheint Bewegung zu kommen. Ein Gespräch mit dem leitenden Ermittler Bosco muss Jane aber zunächst . Red John - Patrick Jane, der früher als Medium im Fernsehen auftrat, ist zwar kein Hellseher, verfügt aber über eine extrem gute Beobachtungsgabe und ist der. The Mentalist brachte letzten Sonntag endgültig den Handlungsbogen um Serienkiller Red John zu Ende. Wie wird es weitergehen? Years later, knowing the case would be intercepted by the California Bureau of Investigation team and that the reminder of his wife's death would make Jane furious, Red John painted Stranger Things S01e01 Cda toenails of a young girl, to lead Jane into a trap. Retrieved May 6, Folge der 6. By Happy Birthday Bilder episode " Blinking Red Light ", it is now widely believed that Red John is dead, with Ferngesteuert Film Stream and Lisbon the only ones aware he is still alive. As Jane ponders how Red John could have such intimate knowledge into his past and memories, he concludes that Red John must have had access to someone with such knowledge: Sophie Miller, Jane's old psychiatrist, who helped him regain his mental health after he suffered a breakdown in the wake of his family's murder.
Red Johns Serienmordserie im engeren Sinn fand zwischen und statt. Das erste Mal mordete er jedoch bereits zehn Jahre zuvor, Siehe auch: Blake Organisation Verübte Verbrechen.
Menschen, die von seinen Komplizen auf seinen Befehl oder in irgendeiner anderen Weise getötet durch ihn verursacht wurden.
Joe N. RJ Solutions, Inc. Roy Tagliaferro dürfte McAllisters bevorzugter Aliasname sein. Er benutzte ihn bereits , denn Miranda Martins lernte ihn unter diesem Namen kennen.
Auch gegenüber Rosalind Harker nennt er sich so. Erneut ein Wortspiel mit "Eisen schneiden". Es ist unklar, ob es Red John war oder vielleicht Reede Smith.
Erneut spielt er hier mit dem Wort "Rot". Interview mit Red John. Videospiele Filme TV Wikis. Wikis entdecken Community-Wiki Wiki erstellen.
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Red John has twice painted his victim's toenails with their own blood. Both were female. Years later, knowing the case would be intercepted by the California Bureau of Investigation team and that the reminder of his wife's death would make Jane furious, Red John painted the toenails of a young girl, to lead Jane into a trap.
Red John's victims have been mostly female, with some exceptions, such as Jared Renfrew Todd Stashwick in the season 1 episode "Red John's Friends", a man Jane helped to be released from prison on the condition he would give Jane information on the whereabouts of Red John.
Fearing Red John, the man escaped Jane's custody before giving any relevant information. Later that day, the man contacted Jane to explain that he would be of no further assistance, although this doesn't save Renfrew's life.
Jane used background noises from the conversation as a starting point to find this man, but Red John got to him first, killing both Renfrew and the prostitute Renfrew had been with.
In the season 2 episode "His Red Right Hand", it is revealed another man was killed when he interrupted his wife's murder at the hand of Red John.
Jane believes this occurred early in Red John's career and that Red John made a "mistake" due to his inexperience. Jane believes Red John removed the body from the crime scene something he had otherwise not done to bury the mistake.
Red John also kills the two kidnappers, one of whom was male, but leaves alive a boy who the kidnappers blackmailed into looking like a criminal.
Jane did this because he could think of no other way to protect society from Panzer. He wakes them first, because he likes to see the fear in their eyes.
He likes to hear them beg for mercy as he cuts them open. He doesn't leave clues. If you have new evidence, it's because he wants you to have it.
The question isn't 'What does it mean? Bruno Heller , show's creator, has said that Red John isn't a "pathetic loser who is hiding out in a basement somewhere", and that Jane is "not fighting the Green River Killer.
He's fighting Moriarty. It's like those Amazon tribesmen who throw spears at passing airplanes, then come to realize those planes are the seeds of a much larger civilization that is coming down on them.
In a radio interview Heller has also stated: "Red John is really just a personification of death, I mean it's that simple. Patrick Jane is very much alive and is very much about being alive in the face of death.
And Red John is the fate that awaits us all in the end. In season 2's finale episode "Red Sky in the Morning", a William Blake theme is introduced, when a person, who is believed at the time to be Red John, saves Patrick Jane from being killed under the direction of deranged slasher movie makers Ruth and Dylan.
Jane is tied with saran wrap to a chair and, while he is immobilized, Red John recites the first verse of the William Blake poem "Tyger Tyger" :.
In subsequent episodes season 3 , Jane wonders about this but doesn't tell anyone that Red John recited it to him. This makes Jane conclude that there is a connection between Johnson and Red John, but he doesn't tell anyone about this either.
This time it's from another poem, called " A Cradle Song ". Jane is not present at the time of the reciting, but it is quite out of character for Bertram to recite poetry, and the fact that it is a poem by the same author is probably more than a simple coincidence.
Bertram is later revealed to be among Jane's final list of Red John suspects. In the season 3 finale, Jane tells the entire team all that he knows and recites the first verse of "Tyger Tyger".
Kimball Cho knows the poem very well and recites the first two lines of the second verse:. When discussing what the poem means, Cho says, "Well, God made the lamb, but he also made the tiger.
You can't have light without darkness. Life without death. In Cho's interpretation, he refers to a third, and earlier poem by William Blake, called " The Lamb " to which "Tyger Tyger" is a response or a further musing on the different parts of creation and the reasons for them, as started in "The Lamb".
Actually, Blake himself refers to "The Lamb" in "Tyger! Smith pretends to know nothing about "Tyger Tyger" until he shoots Kirkland in the back six times when pretending to free him from a prison transfer, after which he tells the driver, who belongs to the same organization, "Tyger Tyger".
The driver replies with the same phrase. In the season 6 episode " The Red Tattoo ", a woman named Kira Tinsley Beth Riesgraf is murdered by a man with a tattoo containing three dots — she reveals this to Jane in her final moments.
Jane, believing that the man who killed Tinsley was Red John, gathers his five remaining Red John suspects into one location in " Fire and Brimstone " , only to find that three of his suspects have the identical tattoo of three dots, revealing that they are all part of the "Tyger Tyger" group of corrupt officials.
In the season 6 episode " The Great Red Dragon ", Smith decides to hand himself in after the same organization he is part of attempts to kill him, in the same way he killed Bob Kirkland.
Once he is alone with Lisbon and Jane, he reveals that he is a member of The Blake Association whose name is simultaneously first revealed , that they use the phrase "Tyger, Tyger" to identify fellow members, and that Red John is also a member of the Association.
He explains how he came to join the Association after accidentally shooting a year-old girl. The Association promised to clear his name and protect him if he agreed to join them and follow any instructions given to him, including murder.
As of season 5, Red John had killed a number of people, mostly women. This implies that only 11 women had been killed by the real Red John at the time of episode one.
Red John's disciples or operatives are willing and ready to assist him, including in acts of murder to either sabotage investigations or influence events.
Almost all die after serving their purpose s. These include:. At the start of the series, Red John was initially known as simply a serial killer who tortured and murdered mostly women, with at least eleven confirmed victims by the series' premiere.
However, Red John's persona would become much more mysterious as any individual who would come close to disclosing any crucial information regarding the killer to Jane would wind up dead themselves, implying that Red John is far more than just an average serial killer and has deep connections throughout the state.
It would later be revealed that Red John has a multitude of followers that see him as a savior who gave their life a purpose and willingly aid him in his various plans and murders in gratitude for what he gives them, which can range from a new life, an occupation, or some form of compensation.
His followers do not simply aid him, but worship him and willingly give their lives for his cause, refusing to ever reveal any information about their leader or how they met him.
Jane soon realizes that Red John is more powerful than he could ever imagine, having connections in law enforcement and an entire cult of brainwashed followers under his complete control and at his beck and call.
The character of Red John himself remained largely unseen from the beginning. His face was confined in the shadows when he escaped from the abandoned house in the first-season finale.
He may have appeared as a slim, dark-haired CHP motorcycle officer blue turtleneck, rather than blue tie to poison Rebecca using his left hand in "His Red Right Hand"; in the same episode, he is also seen in flashback.
In the second-season finale, "Red Sky in the Morning", a man claiming to be Red John appears in the flesh, wearing a black sweatshirt, apron and pants, black rubber gloves, a pair of charcoal boots, and a grotesque rubber mask that covers his face, making him look slightly similar to what many believe the real life serial killer Jack the Ripper donned during his murder hunts.
During the encounter, Red John keeps his face hidden behind a mask, preventing Jane from identifying him.
This poem is alluded to numerous times throughout the series, before and after its reveal to Jane, with its contents making up the backbone of Red John's philosophy implying the reason for why it is his favorite poem of there being no such thing as life without death or light without darkness, something he tells his followers to get them into the correct mindset for their murders and exploits.
There have been further developments in season 5. In "Red Sails in the Sunset", Lorelei Martins reveals, in a moment of pique, that Red John is someone Jane knows by telling him that he and Red John are very much alike and she is surprised that they didn't become best friends "as soon as they shook hands".
This prompts Jane to compile a list of men he has shaken hands with, which would eventually be narrowed down to seven names.
After being locked in a holding cell in the CBI headquarters, Johnson says he will only talk to Jane, as he claims only Jane will understand what he has to say.
When the guard returns with Jane, Johnson has been set aflame and is writhing on fire. The reason behind Todd Johnson's cop killings is left unclear, but later seasons along with Johnson's knowledge of the phrase "Tyger, Tyger" would imply that their deaths were in some way connected to the "Blake Association".
Red John most likely ordered Johnson to murder various police officers who were close to discovering his society or were members themselves perhaps indicating why one of Johnson's victims was burned alive, probably in order to hide the organization's tattoo, which is marked on all members to better ensure loyalty who failed to complete their orders or were planning on turning themselves, and the association by extension, over to the authorities.
When Johnson realized that Red John would never let him live while he was in custody and surrounded by potentially corrupt officials, he was prepared to reveal everything he knew to Jane, before he himself is killed by another Red John operative, but still managed to utter the society's main form of communication to Jane.
Jane then begins a secret investigation of his own to track the killer. Red John, in the meantime, decides to exploit the opportunity to use Johnson's murder as a means to target another individual close to Jane and additionally cover up the identity of Johnson's true killer, who also served as his secret informant on the CBI.
Meanwhile, Special Agent J. With Jane's help, Hightower stages a hostile escape and is advised by Jane to remain in hiding, not only to evade the police but due to the danger imposed by Red John.
Hightower goes to stay with her sister. Jane, on a call with Lisbon during the shootout, tells her to use O'Laughlin's cell phone to redial the last number and tell the one who answered that O'Laughlin is dead.
When Lisbon does so, a phone rings near Jane and is answered by a man Timothy Carter, played by Bradley Whitford reading a newspaper and speaking in an odd, high-pitched voice.
After ending the call, Jane approaches the man and questions him. At first, the man appears upset and threatens to call security, but then smiles and says he was joking and claims he is Red John.
The two talk; the man reveals to Jane that he has a gun concealed in a folded newspaper and states that he is tired of killing and wants to start a new life, and encourages Jane to do the same.
Jane says he will not be able to move on until Red John is dead. The man begins to leave, but at Jane's insistence answers a question, revealing details about Jane's wife and daughter that Jane mistakenly presumes only Red John could know.
Jane vengefully shoots Carter with a gun he has hidden in his pocket. In season 4, Carter is shown to have been a Red John operative imposter.
In reference to the season 3 finale, the series creator, Bruno Heller , has stated: "What you get from that scene is what you should get.
The viewer is supposed to be convinced. Patrick Jane is certain it's Red John The thing is, Red John is a master of the mind game.
If Red John wanted to die, maybe this is how he wanted to die. Or maybe he just wants Jane to think he's dead.
In the season 4 premiere it is revealed that Ron Deutsch, the bald security officer at the mall, was a Red John operative who removed crucial evidence from the scene.
Jane comes to believe the man he shot was not Red John, but Timothy Carter, a sadistic businessman who, with his equally twisted wife, Sally, had kidnapped a young woman Debbie Lupin, in whose search the couple cynically pretended to join.
Jane tricks Sally into revealing the girl's location. Sally is arrested by Lisbon and taken into custody, not to be heard from again, as she commits suicide in jail.
Jane convinces a jury that Carter was Red John and is acquitted, although Jane is already beginning to have doubts about that. LaRoche, who is apparently leaving Major Crimes, to see Sally Carter, who committed suicide by slitting her wrists with a sharpened spoon, leaving a note about how lost she was now that her "God" by which she presumably means Timothy Carter is dead.
She feels his face and told him that she had never met the man before, confirming Jane's suspicion that Red John is "still out there somewhere".
By the episode " Blinking Red Light ", it is now widely believed that Red John is dead, with Jane and Lisbon the only ones aware he is still alive.
One of the people believing Red John to be dead is James Panzer, a blogger pretending to devote his life to find a serial killer known as "the San Joaquin Killer" abbreviated SJK, who has killed at least five young women.
In reality, Panzer is the killer. Jane suspects Panzer but initially lacks the proof to expose him. Panzer rises to the bait, making bold statements that the SJK killings were the work of a genius and Red John by comparison is a "common sociopath, lazy, sloppy, delusional" and already forgotten since Jane killed him.
Panzer then makes the same mistake made by Jane and Kristina Frye: belittling Red John in a public forum. A couple of hours after the television appearance, Panzer is found murdered, with Red John's smiley face painted in blood on one of the walls near his body.
Panzer's murder proves Jane's theory that Red John is still alive. This makes Panzer Red John's ninth male victim. At this time, Red John is shown to be stalking Darcy via an uploaded video called "I Dare You" on the Major Crime server, which shows her in her apartment, unaware that she is being filmed.
The cameraman uploads an infobox saying, "She's cute, this is going to be fun". Jane reluctantly frames the late Thomas Maier, father of Panzer's first victim, for killing Panzer as revenge for SJK's victims — Maier had recently committed suicide.
The FBI closes the case, presumably leaving Darcy safe, as she will presumably drop her inquiry. In the episode " Red is the New Black ", Jane's efforts are later exposed and undone when Darcy refuses to let the case go after finding too many discrepancies.
Darcy interviews Rosalind Harker, Red John's blind ex-girlfriend and also the attendant of the morgue that Timothy Carter's body was taken to following his death.
Darcy subsequently realizes that Red John was still alive even though Jane has kept up the deception. Later, Harker contacts Jane and happily reveals Red John, once again under the alias "Roy Tagliaferro", has come to visit her for tea, promising to "sort things out" with Jane and Darcy.
As Harker speaks on the phone, a slim man, holding a tea cup in his left hand, and dressed in a smart, dark-coloured suit, is sitting nearby; Harker, when asked, confirms that "Roy" is present and listening.
Upon arrival, they find Harker alive and unhurt, playing her piano alone, seemingly sad that Red John "couldn't stay".
In the season 4's penultimate episode " Red Rover, Red Rover ", Jane receives a message from Red John: an envelope with the words "Happy Anniversary" under the wiper of his car.
In the cemetery where Jane's wife and daughter are buried, a little girl named Hailey Emma Rayne Lyle approaches him and says, "Hello, Patrick.
She says, "He told me to ask you a question Lisbon says to Patrick that Red John wants to play with his mind. It's just a game, and he keeps winning.
The only way for me to stop him is if I stop playing. He gets arrested. Lorelei bails him out, and the two have sex in Jane's apartment. The next day, Lorelei reveals herself as an associate of Red John and says her presence in Jane's life is "a gift".
She brings forward Red John's proposal for friendship and a 'change' in Jane's lifestyle to help him overcome his depression. Jane is shocked and tells Lorelei to get out.
However, he later confides to Lisbon that his breakdown had been tailored to get Red John to believe Patrick was really giving up.
Red John communicates through Lorelei that he will only meet Jane in person if he kills Lisbon and brings him her head as a "present". The CBI team executes a plot where they fake the murders of Lisbon and Rigsby at the hands of Jane, and the team goes into hiding.
On hearing this over the news, Red John sends a message to Jane to meet him in Nevada. Darcy is investigating the apparent deaths of Lisbon and Rigsby.
She discovers that the body found does not belong to Rigsby and gets arrest warrants issued against the entire team involved in the deception.
Meanwhile, a limousine pulls over in the middle of a deserted street where Jane is waiting. Lorelei and a huge, armed man emerge from the car, and she claims Red John is inside.
Lorelei looks at the box Jane is bearing and asks if it contains a football or a cabbage. He tells her it is a melon, specifically a honeydew.
She does not react angrily, apparently since Red John and thus she became aware of Jane's deception. Lorelei does have her assistant beat Jane up "a little".
Jane sits in the front seat of the limo while a dark, shadowy figure sitting in the back whose voice is distorted with a radio transmitter, and whose face is not visible, greets Jane.
He tells Jane that he was fooled for a while by Jane's plot but was apprised of the truth by a "good friend" inside the FBI. At this moment, Lisbon and her team, who were to move in and arrest Red John, are arrested by Darcy and her squad.
Lisbon, cuffed on the side of the road, tells Darcy about the plan and the imminent danger to Jane's life. Jane emerges unharmed. The FBI fire bullets at the fleeing limousine, which stops.
Darcy opens the back door, which reveals CBI Director Luther Wainwright, bound and dead, with a pay-as-you-go burner phone attached to his body.
She refuses to speak about Red John but tells Lisbon that she and Jane have been lovers, calling each other "lover" frequently.
Jane tells Lorelei that she will eventually reveal what she knows and walks out of the room, ending season 4. Jane discovers Lorelei previously had a sister, who was murdered some years prior.
Lisbon faxes him a photo of the crime scene where the word "ROY" can be seen scrawled on the floor next to the sister's body — information that had been withheld from the public at the time of the murder.
This suggests to Jane that Red John who has used the alias Roy Tagliaferro was the killer, a fact that Jane reveals to Lorelei, who, angry at an earlier deception by Jane, tells him that "you're just like him, you know that?
Relentless manipulation I only wonder why the two of you didn't become lifelong friends from the moment you shook hands. However, Lorelei refuses to believe Jane about the murderer.
Alerted to Jane's whereabouts, the CBI begins to close in on the pair, but Jane allows Lorelei to escape, telling her to "find the truth" for herself and come back to him when she realizes Red John used her.
Lorelei reappears in episode 16 of season 5, " There Will Be Blood ". This episode reveals two new accomplices of Red John: Julia Howard and Jason Lennon, well-regarded citizens, a worker and a trustee of a women's shelter, respectively.
Lorelei tortures Julia to get information about her sister's death. She kills Howard after brutally beating her. Lorelei shoots Lennon, critically wounding him.
After kissing Jane, she departs on a mission to kill Red John, breaking her pact to reveal Red John's identity. She tells Jane she has done "much worse [than breaking a promise]", and that she and Jane are both going to hell "on two different roads".
Two weeks later, Lennon is revealed to have survived the shooting, although in a coma, while Lorelei is found dead under Red John's smiley face with Homeland Security and police at the scene.
Jane apologizes to her corpse but, still peeved over Lorelei's breaking her promise to identify Red John, tells Lisbon of Lorelei , "She had it coming.April bis zum Es ist Schade, dass das nicht von The Misfits wirklich gelungenen Auflösung gekrönt wurde, Ulli Potofski für mich zumindest ändert das nichts daran, Zdf Leute Heute ich die frühen Staffeln einfach gelungen finde. Jane ist aber zunächst machtlos und als das CBI es später schafft, Lorelei Martins als Gefangene zu beanspruchen, ist sie bereits aus dem Gefängnis verschwunden — Janes aufwendiges Täuschungsmanöver scheint also vergebens gewesen zu sein. Man erwartet nach dieser Episode alleine schon eine speziell charismatische Person. Im Jahr war er offenbar Dora The Explorer jung und ein Mitglied der Visualize-Sekte. Mai Sein Vater bildet ihn akribisch zu allen möglichen Tricks, Michael Brennicke und Betrügereien aus.