The Full Wiki

More info on List of The Mentalist episodes

List of The Mentalist episodes: Wikis

Advertisements
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of episodes of the CBS drama The Mentalist which premiered on September 23, 2008.

A total of 33 episodes of The Mentalist have been aired over two seasons.

Contents

Series overview

Seasons Episodes Season premiere Season finale DVD release
1 23 September 23, 2008 May 19, 2009 September 22, 2009
2 23 September 24, 2009 May 2010 TBA

Season 1: 2008–2009

For season one, the recurring theme involves the actions of Red John, who killed Patrick Jane's family. In response, most episode titles have the word "red" in it, and of those episodes that do not include the word, the title refers to things that are usually red. This is continued in season 2.

# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. Viewers
(in millions)
1 (1-01) "Pilot" David Nutter Bruno Heller September 23, 2008 (2008-09-23) 15.60[1]
When a golf pro's wife and her doctor are murdered in Palm Springs, The California Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is called in to investigate. Patrick Jane, a detective and independent consultant for CBI, uses his razor sharp skills of observation to assist a by-the-book Senior Agent Teresa Lisbon and her team (agents Kimball Cho, Wayne Rigsby and rookie member Grace Van Pelt) in finding the killer. The case poses a particular interest for Jane as the killer's calling card (a red smiley face drawn with the victim's blood) suggests it is the famed "Red John": a serial killer who years ago murdered Jane's wife and daughter. However, after further investigation, Jane's mentalist skills tell him the real killer is trying to pin the murders on "Red John" and the team needs to take a closer look at the other suspects including the golf pro, who was having an affair; his brother, who was sleeping with his brother's wife; and the doctor's business partner, who was embezzling money. And while the team may question Jane's tactics, they know working together with him will help lead them to solving the crime. 
2 (1-02) "Red Hair and Silver Tape" David Nutter Bruno Heller September 30, 2008 (2008-09-30) 14.84[2]
When the dead body of an 18-year-old good girl is found in the vineyards of Northern Napa County, the CBI team is called in to find a sexual predator. After creating a timeline for the victim’s disappearance from the restaurant where she worked, the team limits the list of suspects to the people who were at the restaurant that night. Hard evidence points to the victim’s drug dealer boyfriend, who came by to pick her up, but Jane’s mentalist skills point to the chef. To prove his suspicions, Jane goes behind Lisbon’s back and orchestrates an undercover operation with Van Pelt as the bait to lure the killer out of hiding. But when the operation doesn’t go according to plan, Jane has to get himself out of a jam when he gets caught in a room with the not one but two killers: the chef and his wife. 
3 (1-03) "Red Tide" David Barrett Ashley Gable October 14, 2008 (2008-10-14) 14.96[3]
Patrick Jane and team plunge into the quintessential California world of surfing when a high school girl's body washes up on a state beach. Ditch water in her lungs suggests she was drowned elsewhere and her body was dumped in the ocean as a cover-up. Since the victim was last seen with her four surfer friends at a beach bonfire, soon to be the site of a condo development, Jane surmises the teens know more than they're willing to admit. And when the condo construction site security guard is found murdered, with evidence proving he died the same night as the victim, Jane sets a mentalist trap to get the four friends to turn on each other and reveal the shocking truth of their collective guilt. 
4 (1-04) "Ladies in Red" Chris Long Gary Glasberg October 21, 2008 (2008-10-21) 15.28[4]
The CBI team investigates the murder of a wealthy investment banker, found tortured before being bolted inside his hidden "safe room." At the memorial service, Patrick Jane flirts with the widow and gets her to reveal the victim was a man of many secrets. Through further investigation, the team learns she was living a dual life between suburban wife and young mistress, and was also skimming millions from clients and hoarding it away in a secret place. While the team suspects the killer is after the money, their suspicions are confirmed when the victim's daughter is kidnapped in exchange for the hidden money. Jane suspects the wife and mistress so he sets up a mental conundrum, testing their interest in finding the money or child. In the end, the mistress runs to the child and the wife runs to the money. 
5 (1-05) "Redwood" John Behring Andi Bushell October 28, 2008 (2008-10-28) 16.07[5]
When a bloodstained car connected to two missing girls (Nicole Gilbert and her best friend Kara Palmer) is found abandoned off a local interstate along an isolated lumber town, CBI is called in to help. Upon arrival, Jane locates Katie stabbed to death under the car, but Nicole is no where to be found. After searching for her, Nicole turns up at a gas station, covered in blood and holding the murder weapon but has no recollection of what happened. Could she have killed her best friend? Jane, seemingly convinced Nicole is innocent and her memory is just blocked, engineers a situation in which Nicole must relive the terrifying evening. As her memories return and as she helps Jane identify the killer, Lisbon finds herself unintentionally facing him as well, alone. 
6 (1-06) "Red Handed" Chris Long Erika Green November 11, 2008 (2008-11-11) 16.51[6]
CBI is called into investigate the murder of James Meier, the manager of operations for a resort casino, whose right hand has been found straddling the borderline between California and Nevada. Was this a mob hit or someone trying to send a message? While Lisbon and team look into Meier's business dealings, Jane uses his mentalist skills at the card tables, which make him a genius player, to rake in chips while studying the players on the floor. In the end, Jane discovers Meier's son-in-law's secret life as a degenerate gambler and plays on his gambling obsession to ultimately lure out the truth. 
7 (1-07) "Seeing Red" Martha Mitchell Gary Glasberg November 18, 2008 (2008-11-18) 15.84[7]
The team investigates a hit and run murder of a wealthy California heiress, Rosemary Tennant, whose death was predicted by her psychic, Kristina Frye, moments before the accident. Jane, always the skeptic, laughs at the prediction and becomes intent on proving the psychic is a fake and a killer. But when CBI discovers Rosemary's will was being changed, suspicion falls on Rosemary's deviant teenage son, who was being cut out of the will, her younger lover, as well as the ever-present Kristina who was named as a beneficiary in the will. In order to catch the real murderer, Jane uses a gathering of Rosemary's supposed loved ones at a seance, that they think is to expose Kristina as a fraud, but is instead a mentalist trap to flush out the killer. 
8 (1-08) "The Thin Red Line" Matt Earl Beesley Ken Woodruff November 25, 2008 (2008-11-25) 15.93[8]
When a State's witness in a narcotics case and his girlfriend (Patrice Matigan) are shot in a motel room, CBI is called in on this high-stakes case. Local police suspect the drug dealer on trial is behind the murders since there is no case without the witness, but Jane surmises Patrice was the intended target. Focusing on Patrice, the team discovers she might have been having an affair with a veteran police officer, suggesting she was killed by a cop to cover up the affair. But when the evidence doesn’t add up, the team stages a fake stake-out to ultimately catch the real killer and uncover the tragic truth behind the murders. 
9 (1-09) "Flame Red" Charles Beeson Ashley Gable December 2, 2008 (2008-12-02) 18.74[9]
Jane and the team head to a small farming town to investigate the murder of a National Guard veteran, Rich Garcia, who was killed in an arson fire. After learning Rich's fellow veteran buddy, Dave Martin, was killed in a house fire a few years back, the team goes to question the town's police chief, also a veteran from Rich's unit, only to find the police station a blaze. With three out of four members from the unit killed by fire, the CBI digs deeper and learns Dave discovered something more valuable than gold to the drought-stricken farming community - a limitless water supply on land purchased for him by his fellow soldiers. When Dave wouldn't cut them in on the potential profits, his "buddies" set his house on fire. Evidence points to the only surviving soldier, Ben Machado, but when someone tries to set him on fire, the team realizes the killer they're after is not motivated by greed but is instead out to avenge Dave's murder. 
10 (1-10) "Red Brick and Ivy" Paris Barclay Eoghan Mahony December 16, 2008 (2008-12-16) 19.31[10]
When a leading scientific researcher at Leyland University, Alex Nelson, drops dead from poisoning, Jane takes a personal interest in the case after learning the lead suspect and victim's ex-wife, Sophie Miller, is Jane's former psychiatrist. Sophie helped Jane through a bad patch following the murder of his wife and daughter and now Jane wants to return the favor. While the evidence starts to stack up against Sophie, Jane focuses on the multi-million dollar behavioral research project Sophie and Alex were working on, and ultimately discovers their research was a sham. With reputations and millions at stake, Jane and the team must find who was willing to kill to keep the fraud covered up. 
11 (1-11) "Red John's Friends" John Polson Bruno Heller January 6, 2009 (2009-01-06) 19.62[11]
An inmate, serving twenty-five to life for murdering his family housekeeper’s daughter, contacts Jane about having information on Red John that he’ll reveal if Jane will prove his innocence. Minelli disproves of reopening the case, but Jane needs to find out the truth so he quits CBI, and the rest of the team takes a week’s suspension to help him. After delving into the Renfrew family affairs, Jane makes a disturbing discovery that Jared’s mother committed the murder and framed Jared, after learning he was in love with the housekeeper’s daughter and that the girl was her husband’s child from an affair. Following the mother’s confession, Jared is released, but slips from sight before revealing anything about Red John. When CBI hunts him down in Mexico, they find Red John has gotten to him first, leaving behind only some cryptic words to the information he had. 
12 (1-12) "Red Rum" Dean White Andi Bushell January 13, 2009 (2009-01-13) 18.07[12]
When the dead body of a promising high school football star, Cody Elkins, is found with a pentacle and burning candles next to him, CBI suspects a self-proclaimed real witch is the killer. The witch, Tamzin Dove, confesses to putting a death spell on Cody after he killed her cat but swears she did not hurt him. While Cody’s parents believe Tamzin is guilty, hospital records stating Cody put his younger brother, Brad, in the hospital for “rough-housing” and a pentacle in Brad’s hideout suggests he killed his brother in retaliation. But when Brad doesn’t fall for a mentalist trap and instead his father does, the true story of family abuse and Cody’s murder is revealed. 
13 (1-13) "Paint it Red" Dave Barrett Eoghan Mahony January 18, 2009 (2009-01-18) 16.39[12]
Jane and the CBI team delve into the art world when a fifty million dollar painting is stolen off the office wall of an oil tycoon, A.P. Caid, and his son-in-law is found dead nearby. While it appears the son-in-law, Harry Lashley, was in on the robbery, Jane thinks otherwise and A.P.’s daughter, Stevie, pleas with him to prove her husband is innocent. As the team works to find the real killer and the stolen painting they encounter a variety of suspects including: an art forger who was hired by A.P. to paint a copy of the stolen painting, an art curator with a side-line in helping rich people purchase art, and a criminal Russian oil baron who A.P. outbid to get the painting originally. 
14 (1-14) "Crimson Casanova" Lesli Linka Glatter Ken Woodruff February 10, 2009 (2009-02-10) 19.70[13]
CBI is called in to investigate the murder of a millionaire’s wife, Claire Wolcott, who was shot following a sexual rendezvous with her lover, a local pick-up artist, Paul Fricke. Paul has spent years honing the art of picking up women, creating his own pseudo-mentalist techniques, and using them to seduce women into giving him thousands of dollars. While evidence suggests Claire’s controlling husband knew of the affair, giving him motive, the list of suspects grows after CBI interrogates a plethora of local women Paul has scorned. In the end, Cho goes undercover, and with Jane’s help, he masterfully employs some of Paul’s pick-up techniques to catch the killer -– not one of Paul’s exes, but someone who’s been watching him play women night after night. 
15 (1-15) "Scarlett Fever" Paul Holahan Erika Green Swafford February 17, 2009 (2009-02-17) 18.23[14]
A country club is rocked when the queen bee, Scarlett Marquesa, is poisoned at a cocktail party in her home. After interviewing party attendees and the woman who served on the club’s committee board with Scarlett, CBI discovers the community is full of secrets, including love affairs and drug abuse. It turns out Scarlett held in-home jewelry parties as a front for the sale of diet pills, tranquilizers, painkillers, etc. Because of the economic downturn, Scarlett was determined to keep up appearances and save her family by any means necessary, which ultimately lead to her murder. 
16 (1-16) "Bloodshot" Chris Long Gary Glasberg March 17, 2009 (2009-03-17) 15.49[15]
Jane loses his sight during an explosion and must rely on his other senses during the murder investigation of a financial adviser. Jane and CBI discover that Jane is the true target of the killer. 
17 (1-17) "Carnelian, Inc." Kevin Dowling Bruno Heller March 24, 2009 (2009-03-24) 17.62[16]
A story of greed and betrayal and pits Jane against a passel of Alpha Male Financiers. CBI investigates a series of murders at a corporate retreat in the wilds of the Sierra Nevada foothills. 
18 (1-18) "Russet Potatoes" Norberto Barba Ashley Gable March 31, 2009 (2009-03-31) 16.96[17]
Patrick Jane and the CBI team track down a mastermind who hypnotizes people into doing their bidding and ultimately killing them. 
19 (1-19) "A Dozen Red Roses" Lesli Linka Glatter Andi Bushell April 7, 2009 (2009-04-07) 16.92[18]
Patrick Jane and the team go to Hollywood when they investigate the murder of a movie producer. Guest stars Rebecca Rigg, Simon Baker's real life wife. 
20 (1-20) "Red Sauce" Adam Kane Eoghan Mahony April 28, 2009 (2009-04-28) 17.11[19]
Ed Didrikson, aka Eddie Russo, a member of the mafia turned informant, is found dead by the river with a gunshot wound to the head. Through their investigation even though Eddie was in witness protection, he was dealing pot to teenagers and having an affair with one of the U.S. Marshalls. Meanwhile Jane pursues his own investigation on the golf course with Santino Batagglia, mafia boss, learning about Eddie’s past while helping him with his golf game. Jane crafts an intricate plan using an unsuspecting Santino as a threat to get Gina to confess to the murder. 
21 (1-21) "Miss Red" Martha Mitchell Ken Woodruff May 5, 2009 (2009-05-05) 16.68[20]
CBI is called to the exclusive harbor, Pelican Cove to investigate the disappearance of Jim Gulbrand, CEO and founder of the software company Gaia Matrix. Jane and Lisbon discover him dead and bound to the anchor of his yacht. The investigation leads them to Jim’s girlfriend, Brooke Harper, a psychiatrist, however they discover that Brooke is a con artist, who was playing Jim for his hidden fortune. Jane uses Brooke as bait to lead them to the hidden money and in the process discovers that Stuart Hansen, Jim Gulbrand’s head of security who is responsible for the murder. 
22 (1-22) "Blood Brothers" John Polson Erika Green May 12, 2009 (2009-05-12) 16.21[21]
The team is called to Bright Arch, a wilderness program for troubled youth to investigate the death of one of the students, Justin Prentiss. Using his mentalist skills, Jane uncovers that the boy was buried alive. Jane is able to talk to the students in a less formal setting and finds out that Justin was part of the Z crew, a secret group that gets its name from the story of a mad ax man named Zachariah. Jane stages the resurrection of Zachariah at the school’s Sacred Fire, scaring Elliot, the anonymous leader of Z crew, into confessing to Justin’s murder. 
23 (1-23) "Red John's Footsteps" Chris Long Bruno Heller May 19, 2009 (2009-05-19) 17.20[22]
In the first season finale, When the body of Emma Plaskett is found on the only state land within 100 miles CBI is called in to investigate. As Jane notices the victim’s toenails are painted with her own blood, one by one the team looks up to see skywriting form Red John’s signature smiley face. Emma’s twin sister Maya is still missing, and the investigation begins at the Plaskett home. Jane doesn’t think the girls were random targets, but something more personal, while Lisbon thinks this case is a trap that Red John has set for Jane. Rigsby and Cho track the skywriting transaction to a dummy corporation’s P.O. Box and find a letter that leads them to the sender, Rosalind Harker. Rosalind a blind woman, had a relationship with Red John, and can only give a description of Red John based on her other senses. She does help shed some light on Red John’s friend Dumar. Checking out a lead on a farm property linked to Red John, Jane is held at gunpoint by Sherfiff Hardy, a.k.a. Dumar. Lisbon rescues Jane but Red John escapes still one step ahead of them. In the aftermath, Sheriff Hardy frees himself from handcuffs and tries to shoot Lisbon but is stopped by a shotgun blast at the hands of Jane. 

Season 2: 2009–2010

Season 2 premiered on September 24 and should have 23 episodes. The episodes will air on Thursday 10:00pm/9c on CBS.

# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. Viewers
(in millions)
24 (2-01) "Redemption" Chris Long Bruno Heller September 24, 2009 (2009-09-24) 15.10[24]
A woman who apparently stole a million dollars from her employer is found suffocated. Jane feels he's ready to leave the bureau since the Red John case has been given to Sam Bosco, but Jane decides to stick around for "one more case".[23] 
25 (2-02) "The Scarlet Letter" Charles Beeson Tom Szentgyorgyi October 1, 2009 (2009-10-01) 15.75[25]
The CBI team investigates the murder of a prominent State Senator's intern. Agent Lisbon is late to her psychiatrist for the third time in a row & tries to convince him she's alright. Jane keeps an eye on Sam Bosco & the Red John case while boasting that he can find the murderer of the CBI's current case in 24 hours. 
26 (2-03) "Red Badge" Eric Laneuville Ashley Gable October 8, 2009 (2009-10-08) 14.70[26]
Lisbon is still attending counseling after five weeks and is upset that the psychiatrist won't sign her off yet. The CBI receives an anonymous tip about a murder and the victim is found to be a criminal from Lisbon's past. Lisbon is named the prime suspect after her gun is discovered to be the murder weapon and she is unable to recall the night of the murder. She then goes into depression and cannot understand why she does not remember what happened that night. Jane attempts to hypnotize her to make her remember and realizes that she cannot because she has been drugged. Jane and Lisbon then put on a show in the office that makes Lisbon seem crazy and the murderer is revealed. 
27 (2-04) "Red Menace" Norberto Barba Leonard Dick October 15, 2009 (2009-10-15) 15.08[27]
The CBI team investigates the murder of a successful criminal attorney whose only client is one of California's most powerful motorcycle gangs. 
28 (2-05) "Red Scare" Lesli Linka Glatter Ken Woodruff October 29, 2009 (2009-10-29) 15.53[28]
After a man and his wife buy the old Beckworth mansion with the hopes of fixing it up, the former owner gets sentimental and develops a grudge. The CBI team is called in to investigate the death of the wealthy new owner who witnesses say was killed by a ghost haunting the mansion. Jane discovers that the ghost was actually an illusion created by a system Beckworth built into the house to entertain his guests and also points out that the house is full of secret passages that the killer could have used. The CBI team and others, headed by Jane, then tries to find a treasure supposedly hidden in the house. The killer is tricked into sneaking undetected into the mansion again in an attempt to locate the treasure and he is apprehended by the CBI upon arrival. Also, Van Pelt and Rigsby become closer in the episode, finally expressing their feelings for each other. 
29 (2-06) "Black Gold and Red Blood" Rod Hardy Bruno Heller November 5, 2009 (2009-11-05) 16.21[29]
Bosco arrests Jane after discovering the bug he placed in his office to keep track of the Red John case. Instead of apologizing, Jane decides that prison would be a great new experience and happily arrives at the facility. While in jail, he uses the telephone to orchestrate a train of events that help the CBI solve the murder of a young man who was killed because of his knowledge that a prospective oil drilling site was the habitat of a protected species. After figuring out who the culprit is, Jane escapes from prison and tricks her into confessing. Facing the additional charges for escaping, Jane urges Lisbon to use her leverage—which he assumes is Bosco's love for her—to convince him to drop the charges against him. Jane soon discovers that their relationship dates back to when Lisbon covered for Bosco when he mishandled a case. 
30 (2-07) "Red Bulls" David Barrett Tom Szentgyorgyi November 12, 2009 (2009-11-12) 16.17[30]
After a lead brings Bosco's team to one of Lisbon's crime scenes, Minelli orders the two groups to work the case together. The sister of a wealthy woman is kidnapped and the CBI attempts to find the culprits. Bosco struggles with the idea of working with Jane and feels that he is ruining the reputations of those that he works with. While following a suspect, Van Pelt is shot and Rigsby shoots and kills the suspect after she attempted to shoot a fellow officer. With the ransom deadline looming, Jane realizes that there is an inside man, who turns out to be the nanny. The team finds her after she makes a phone call to the captors and traces the number to a house which they then arrive at to retrieve the woman. In response to his job well done, Bosco acknowledges that Jane offers a valuable perspective and asks for his input on the Red John case. 
31 (2-08) "His Red Right Hand" Chris Long Ashley Gable November 19, 2009 (2009-11-19) 15.85[31]
Lisbon's team arrives at the office to find that Bosco's team has been shot and killed, while he is in critical condition. Through the investigation, it turns out that Red John was behind the attack and that it was orchestrated as Bosco came closer to finding him while investigating a recent crime. Someone impersonating a CBI agent then picks up and destroys all of the evidence relating to the case. Bosco's secretary Rebecca is found to be the assailant and Lisbon arrives at Bosco's room to apprehend her just before she finishes him off. Before Bosco dies, he declares his love to Lisbon and wishes Jane luck in finding Red John. Rebecca is later poisoned before entering her jail cell after being interrogated by Jane. Minelli is upset by the week's occurrences and decides to retire, while Rigsby and Van Pelt's relationship becomes more serious. 
32 (2-09) "A Price Above Rubies" Charles Beeson Eoghan Mahoney December 10, 2009 (2009-12-10) 16.92[32]
While attending a black tie fundraiser for the CBI, sponsor Esther Doverton's (Dey Young) husband Carl Ward (Michael Woods) is shot at their jewelry store during a robbery. It is revealed that Carl is using an alias and has a criminal record, making him the prime suspect. However, safe cracker Doyle Murphy is seen on a security camera, so Jane and Lisbon search for a link between the two. They discover that one of Esther's nephews was his sponsor at rehab. By faking the kidnapping of Esther, the CBI trick her nephew Tom Doverton into admitting his guilt while he talks on the phone to who he believes is the kidnapper. He is taken into custody and Esther's husband recovers in the hospital. Throughout the episode, Rigsby and Van Pelt struggle with the thought of announcing their relationship. 
33 (2-10) "Throwing Fire" Martha Mitchell John Mankiewicz December 17, 2009 (2009-12-17) 15.77[33]
While Jane and the team examine the crime scene where a baseball scout is found murdered, Jane is hit in the head by a ball and experiences flashbacks to his childhood with his overbearing father. 
34 (2-11) "Rose-Colored Glasses" Dan Lerner Leonard Dick January 14, 2010 (2010-01-14) 16.75
Rigsby goes undercover as an alum at a 15th high school reunion when Patrick Jane and the team investigate a double homicide that may be linked to an old prank. 
35 (2-12) "Bleeding Heart" Norberto Barba Erika Green January 21, 2010 (2010-01-21)
Patrick Jane and the team investigate the murder of a mayor's aide, and Rigsby and Van Pelt make a big announcement. 
36 (2-13) "Redline" Bill D'Elia Jordan Harper February 4, 2010 (2010-02-04)
Patrick Jane and the CBI team investigate when the body of a high-end luxury car sales woman is found in the trunk of a Bentley in the dealership's showroom. 
37 (2-14) "Blood In, Blood Out" TBA TBA February 11, 2010 (2010-02-11)
Cho is asked to help with a low-profile homicide involving a former fellow gang member. Jane goes along for the ride. 
38 (2-15) "Red Herring" TBA TBA TBA
Jane and his crew investigate the murder of famous chef Gabriel Barge. 
39 (2-16) "Code Red" TBA TBA TBA
Bioweapons researcher Julia Seberg calls in Jane and Lisbon when she's given a lethal dose of airborne virus. 

References

  1. ^ Gorman, Bill (2008-09-30). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, September 22-28". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/09/30/top-cbs-primetime-shows-september-22-28/5427. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  2. ^ Gorman, Bill (2008-10-07). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, September 29 - October 5". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/10/07/top-cbs-primetime-shows-september-29-october-5/5922. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  3. ^ Gorman, Bill (2008-10-21). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, October 13-19". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/10/21/top-cbs-primetime-shows-october-13-19/6678. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  4. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-10-29). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, October 20-26, 2008". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/10/29/top-cbs-primetime-shows-october-20-26-2008/7121. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  5. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-11-04). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, October 27 - November 2". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/11/04/top-cbs-primetime-shows-october-27-november-2/7544. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  6. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-11-18). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, November 10-16, 2008". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/11/18/top-cbs-primetime-shows-november-10-16-2008/8359. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  7. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-11-25). "Top CBS Primetime Shows November 17-23, 2008". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/11/25/top-cbs-primetime-shows-november-17-23-2008/8765. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  8. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-12-03). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, November 24-30, 2008". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/12/03/top-cbs-primetime-shows-november-24-30-2008/9115. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  9. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-12-09). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, December 1-7, 2008". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/12/09/top-cbs-primetime-shows-december-1-7-2008/9374. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  10. ^ Seidman, Robert (2008-12-23). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, December 15-21". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2008/12/23/top-cbs-primetime-shows-december-15-21/9972. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  11. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-01-13). "Top CBS Primetime Show, January 5-11". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/01/13/top-cbs-primetime-show-january-5-11/10789. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  12. ^ a b Seidman, Robert (2009-01-21). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, January 12-18". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/01/21/top-cbs-primetime-shows-january-12-18/11209. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  13. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-02-18). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, February 9-15, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/02/18/top-cbs-primetime-shows-february-9-15-2009/13035. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  14. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-02-24). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, February 16-22, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/02/24/top-cbs-primetime-shows-february-16-22-2009/13421. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  15. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-03-24). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, March 16-22, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/03/24/top-cbs-primetime-shows-march-16-22-2009/15102. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  16. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-03-31). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, March 23-29, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/03/31/top-cbs-primetime-shows-march-23-29-2009/15595. Retrieved 2009-04-03.  
  17. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-04-07). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, March 30 - April 5, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/04/07/top-cbs-primetime-shows-march-30-april-5-2009/16161. Retrieved 2009-04-08.  
  18. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-04-14). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, April 6-12, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/04/14/top-cbs-primetime-shows-april-6-12-2009/16720. Retrieved 2009-04-15.  
  19. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-05-06). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, April 27 - May 3, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/05/06/top-cbs-primetime-shows-april-27-may-3-2009/18172. Retrieved 2009-05-07.  
  20. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-05-12). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, May 4-10, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/05/12/top-cbs-primetime-shows-may-4-10-2009/18549. Retrieved 2009-05-12.  
  21. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-05-19). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, May 11-17, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/05/19/top-cbs-primetime-shows-may-11-17-2009/19085. Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  22. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-05-27). "Top CBS Primetime Shows, May 18-24, 2009". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/05/27/top-cbs-primetime-shows-may-18-24-2009/19466. Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  23. ^ "The Mentalist (2008) - Episode list". IMDB. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1196946/episodes. Retrieved 2009-02-16.  
  24. ^ [1] Thursday broadcast finals, plus quarter hour detail for FlashForward. TV By The Numbers. Retrieved on September 25 2009.
  25. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-10-06). "TV Ratings: Sunday Night Football, Grey’s win week with adults 18-49; NCIS leads with total viewers". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/10/06/tv-ratings-sunday-night-football-greys-win-week-with-adults-18-49-ncis-leads-with-total-viewers/29714. Retrieved 2009-11-08.  
  26. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-10-13). "TV Ratings: Once again, Sunday Night Football, House, Grey’s win week with adults 18-49; NCIS leads with total viewers". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/10/13/tv-ratings-once-again-sunday-night-football-house-greys-win-week-with-adults-18-49-ncis-leads-with-total-viewers/30358. Retrieved 2009-10-21.  
  27. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-10-20). "TV Ratings: Yet again Sunday Night Football, House, Grey’s win week with adults 18-49; NCIS leads with total viewers". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/10/20/tv-ratings-yet-again-sunday-night-football-house-greys-win-week-with-adults-18-49-ncis-leads-with-total-viewers/30987. Retrieved 2009-10-21.  
  28. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-10-30). "TV Ratings: Thursday finals: Grey’s Anatomy, The Mentalist, 30 Rock tick up, Parks & Recreation, The Jay Leno Show down". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/10/30/thursday-finals-greys-anatomy-the-mentalist-30-rock-tick-up-parks-recreation-the-jay-leno-show-down/3213430987. Retrieved 2009-11-01.  
  29. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-11-06). "TV Ratings: Broadcast Finals: Grey’s, CSI, The Office, 30 Rock, The Mentalist, Bones up in finals". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/11/06/broadcast-finals-greys-csi-the-office-30-rock-the-mentalist-bones-up-in-finals/32859. Retrieved 2009-11-07.  
  30. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-11-13). "Broadcast Finals: Grey’s Anatomy, 30 Rock, The Office, CSI, The Mentalist up; The Vampire Diaries down". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/11/13/30-rock-the-office-csi-the-mentalist-up-up-the-vampire-diaries-down/33625. Retrieved 2009-11-13.  
  31. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-11-20). "Thursday broadcast finals: Grey’s Anatomy up; The Vampire Diaries, 30 Rock down". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/11/20/thursday-broadcast-finals-greys-anatomy-up-the-vampire-diaries-30-rock-down/34232. Retrieved 2009-11-20.  
  32. ^ Gorman, Bill (2009-12-10). "TV Ratings Thursday: CBS & Survivior Strong; Bones Season High; Fringe Slips". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/12/10/tv-ratings-thursday-cbs-bones-up-fringe-slips/35931. Retrieved 2009-12-11.  
  33. ^ Seidman, Robert (2009-12-10). "Thursday Broadcast Finals: CBS still wins; Bones, Fringe reruns drop". TVByTheNumbers. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/12/18/thursday-broadcast-finals-cbs-still-wins-bones-fringe-reruns-drop/36737. Retrieved 2009-12-18.  
Advertisements

Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message