6x20 Il Tavolo Bianco
First Aired: May. 04, 2014 on CBS
Summary: Jane’s freedom is at stake when a grand jury is empanelled to decide if he should be tried for the murder of Red John. Meanwhile, Lisbon tries to find out how Jane feels about the possibility of her leaving Austin with Agent Pike, and Cho and Abbott follow new leads in the human smuggling…
Main Characters in this Episode
Patrick Jane: What do you consider relevant?
Jason Wylie: Any object that can yield trace evidence of the shooter. If we I. D. the triggerman, we can cut a deal with him to finger Acardo.
Patrick Jane: Yeah, uh, trace evidence, that's the fibers and the hairs and the gooey stuff, yeah?
Jason Wylie: That's an oversimplification, but, yes. In the last year alone, there are 17 new methods for extracting DNA evidence from...
Patrick Jane: Yeah, we know that there's a lot of ways to find out what we need, right, Wylie? Hmm?
Jason Wylie: Yeah.
Patrick Jane: So, uh, there's the federal way, with the trace evidence, and then there's a more interesting way. Let's go with the more interesting way.
Patrick Jane: I'm trying to tell my story, if you'll just let me.
Lydia Faulk: You haven't even started it.
Patrick Jane: [about the Jury] Well, they seem engaged. All of them except this gentlemen here, who's preoccupied by his new jacket. That's a little vain and childish, don't you think? This is serious business. Pay attention.
Euro Man: [Embarrassed] I'm sorry. I was just trying to...
Lydia Faulk: [Cuts him off, peeved] Sir, you will not indulge him.
Patrick Jane: Well, he's happy to indulge himself. That should definitely be on the record.
Lydia Faulk: Mr. Jane, this is not a forum for you to chat with the jurors.
Patrick Jane: Well, it should be.
Lydia Faulk: Mr. Jane...
Patrick Jane: They just seem like good, honest, friendly people, all of them except that gentleman on the end there. You know, you really should mend things with your son. All this anger, this bitterness, this resentment that you're bottling, it's ruining both your lives.
Lydia Faulk: [Very angry] Stop now. You do not dictate the agenda here.
Patrick Jane: Who does?
Lydia Faulk: I do. This is my courtroom, and it runs the way I say. Is that clear?
Patrick Jane: [Cheerily] It is now. Thank you.
Patrick Jane: I do - big day. I had been chasing the man for eight years. Any of you know what it's like to be driven by a moral imperative? [to various members of the jury] You do. And you. And you do. You all have strong jaw muscles.It's a sign of strength and character. [to an older juror] You - I'm not so sure. Your eyes are a tad close to each other.
- Goof (continuity error): When Fisher arrives to talk to the victim's mother, the headlights on her SUV are off. After she is seen walking up to the door, the headlights are on.