December 11th, 2013 19 notes
Watching Green Thumb again, I am sure Kim was trying to gauge if Lisbon was ever involved because she clearly has a small crush on him.
You know at first I thought so too and then at rewatching I got more the feeling she was embarassed after Lisbon says “Why would you ask me that”. Because the involved Q came directly after Lisbon saying she doesn’t know how she managed to control him all that time and Fischer was baffled bc she was at a total loss. And since Jane made Lisbon his No.1 term, it’s not to far a stretch for her to think they were involved but to actually presume Lisbon made it work because they were sleeping together is incredibly ugh (cause leading your Subs around by their dicks would be quite unprofessional and against regulations etc.)…that’s why Lisbon reacted the way she did and in that moment Fischer went all flustered because she realized what she had implied.
Of course that can also be wrong but the thing is in the rest of the ep she was quite straightforward when it was about locking Jane back up and her whole demeanour was rather cold towards him (more scared he could screw it up for her), the only time she was sort of “friendly” and smiled at him was in the cell when he revealed what happened on the roof but at this point I’m not sure if that smile was even “real” seeing as she first smiled before saying “You’re good. A good liar.”
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I’m trying very hard to be optimistic about the new spoiler.
I AM extremely happy and excited about Lisbon finally getting a boyfriend. It’s been long enough and it’s always bothered me that Jane was always the one to have love interests.
He better be an Armani model and the nicest dude on earth because that’s exactly what she deserves.
So, on the one hand, I’m looking forward to this “arc”. We will see a new side of Lisbon and just maybe a little bit of jealous Jane.
I am however, not at all happy about the timing.
He’s supposed to be introduced in episode 15 or 16 and since they’re making it look like a pretty big deal, I doubt he’ll be in only one episode. Let’s just assume he’ll hang around for 4 or 5 episodes, which seems logical assuming that things have to develope and everything.
He won’t be gone until at least episode 19 or 20, I’d say. And this is my point, it leaves us with 2, maybe 3 episodes to explore Jane and Lisbon’s relationship.
I have no doubt that they will end up together, probably even by the end of the season, but in my opinion these two deserve more than just two episodes to get their story wrapped up.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m excited for the boyfriend and I’m pretty sure he will give them a little push in the right direction, I just wish they would introduce him earlier.
Just my thoughts.
Reblogged from entwife-incognito December 10th, 2013 20 notesThe FBI reluctantly enlists Jane’s help to find a missing computer programmer, but he won’t help unless Lisbon is brought on board as well. (TV-14 L, V)
If you can, re-watch Green Thumb on the CBS website. They track the views and include the information in their ratings and understanding of the popularity of T M.
Guys, remember when they cast Brad Rowe to play Det. Marco Francis in 1x07 Seeing Red? Originally in the script, he was supposed to ask Lisbon out, but they never showed us those scenes in the episode. We got stuck with Kristina Frye instead.
I for one, wouldn’t mind seeing him return as Lisbon’s boyfriend.December 10th, 2013 12 notes #the mentalist #hey if it must happen #why not
I agree with your rants about the spoilers. But... I think it's devastating for those of us that are so emotionally invested in them - obviously. For the people against them being together, something for them to be happy about, for a while anyway. And there's the vast majority of people - the "not bothereds", if that's a word.... They like the show, they like the characters but they haven't been waiting for a happy ending. This transition, I think, is for them. And all will be fine. Hopefully!
I have no doubt that Jane and Lisbon are endgame. None whatsoever.
They *will* be together, but the question is when, and that’s what I’m struggling with.
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i am so glad they are both having love interests, it allows us to see them jealous of each other and then hopefully they’ll realise that they are head over heels in love with one another and this is when jisbon will happen.
all in good time darlings
I would normally agree with all that. The thing is, the boyfriend thing will appear in 6x15-6x16 and we may not have time to wrap things up. What if they don’t renew the show? Then what? Will we be left with a 42 minute episode in which they kiss in the last 5 minutes? Or may even not kiss at all… What if they leave us in an emotional cliffhanger for all eternity? I’m sorry, this is not good. It’s not good at all.
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If you thought The Mentalist 2.0 was done with the introductions, think again. EW has learned that the second half of the season, which kicks off Jan. 5, will see the introduction of a new boyfriend for Lisbon (Robin Tunney)!
“In order for her to fulfill herself — even if she eventually fulfills herself with Jane, which she may or may not do — she has to find other relationships, other perspectives, other people who love her, just to feel fully who she is,” executive producer Bruno Heller says. “It’s very important for her to be able to step away from Jane and see herself for herself.”
Lisbon’s new beau, who is not currently cast, is set to appear in episode 15 or 16.
The news surely comes to the sadness of some fans who are eager to see Lisbon and Jane (Simon Baker) take their friendship to more, um, official levels. But Heller says they’re far from done exploring those two characters as a pair. In fact, the episode “Golden Hammer,” tentatively set to air Jan. 12, will show “a new side of the relationship between Jane and Lisbon.”
“That’s an arc that we’re going to be watching develop through the back end of this season. Now that Red John is gone, both Jane and Lisbon are sort of psychically free to wake up and look around and what they see when they wake up from that nightmare is each other,” he says. “And how that relationship develops and how they sort of start working out who they are to each other is a big part of how the rest of this season unfolds.”
Oh no. I think I need to step away a little emotionally, this might just all hurt too much.
And again… Is this ever going to end? This is just heller’s way of doctoring the series into season 7 “just because” - this does not help Lisbon’s character at all. She had “stepping away from Jane” for TWO years - for godsake. Isn’t that enough for someone to realize they care? Some might think so. Including me.