NOTE: Please be advised that English is not my first language.
The case involves a young US attorney found dead in Mexico. The investigation brings Jane, Fischer and Cho into a separatist community, which has something to hide.
In a typical Jane's way, he manages to befriend with the local people and fit with them. I enjoyed his partnership with Fischer. She's always the agent who wants to control the situation, but Fischer doesn't understand she has to let Jane do it his way. On the other hand, Jane was enjoyable as always. He solved the case, mixed with the community and unmasked the killer.
Jane wants Lisbon to join him in Mexico, but instead she prefers staying in front of her computer to solve the case. Jane says eyerolling "Fischer is it, then", which made me laugh. Remember when in episode 6.09 Jane wrote letters to Lisbon telling her how much he wanted her to see his 'blue heaven'? Well, Jane tried again in this episode. All he wanted was a little love-roadtrip with her, but instead he's with Fischer. I feel like the special agent isn't fitting in her shoes: Fischer doesn't know how to deal with people and you can see in her embarassment of extorting information to the man at the stand.
Last, but not least, Rigsby and Van Pelt ask JJ LaRoche for help on investigating who wants to kill every former CBI agents. Jane suggested his help to Lisbon, since LaRoche owed one favour to the mentalist. When LaRoche and Rigsby are talking on the phone in their cars, I knew something bad was going to happen. LaRoche goes in the same building where Ardiles was found dead in the previous episode, then Rigsby approaches; he couldn't let him in alone. Then that trip wire hit LaRoche and he falls on the ground. Rigsby comes to rescue, but I have a bad feeling it may be too late for him. Too soon to tell RIP LaRoche?
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