TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A famous "psychic" outs himself as a fake, and starts working as a consultant for the California Bureau of Investigation so he can find "Red John", the madman who killed his wife and daughter.
Lapsang souchong, the tea that Patrick Jane drinks, is a type of black tea originating from China. Black tea is called "hong cha" in Chinese, which translates literally to "red tea".
If we catch Red John, he's not walking anywhere. He's mine.
Teresa Lisbon: Don't talk like that. I can't let you anywhere near the case if you start talking crazy like that.
Patrick Jane: Crazy? You're crazy if you think you're gonna stop me. Red John is mine. You try to stand ...
On occasion, such as the teaser to "Russett Potatoes", California State Police officers can be seen working. The California State Police were dissolved in 1995, those that remained became a part of the California Highway patrol.
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