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Thursday, January 29, 2015

The Mentalist "Copper Bullet" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell: It's all an ILLUSION (read: VISUAL LIES) and the play is "The Sting."

Patrick Jane pulls the trigger on a big "Sting" when he calls a fellow grifter to help get a corrupt DEA officer who threatened to put a bullet in FBI agent Abbott and his wife's careers to shoot his mouth off to the wrong person in "Copper Bullet." (read: DEA-con blue) While Jane's targeting of the corrupt DEA officer's hidden cash was on the mark, Jane's reasoning was LOONEY TUNES to call Wiley to drive like a madman ROADRUNNER from Austin to San Antonio to coyote two million dollars the FBI just had lying around was as thin as the copper in a full metal jacket. (FYI: The weight of $ 2,000,000  in 20 dollar bills is over 200 pounds.)  Any self-respecting grifter would have created a fake cash pile to convince the DEA officer that the cat was out of the bag. In the real world, Abbott would have been either driving the car or would have arranged a helicopter to arrange the cash transfer.  But hey...



Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
It's All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days in an airstream of consciousness with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




                    Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Idea Con Blue

 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



 Jane: Lisbuns, if this thing blows up, the Feds will be the least of our problems.

  
Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR  (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )


MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS" Logline: US embassy investigator in Colombia discovers a prophecy that threatens  the US. Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21


"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021

Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Mentalist "Whites of His Eyes" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell: It's all an ILLUSION (read: VISUAL LIES) that "Lied-on" fired when he saw the "Whites of His Eyes."

The Mentalist "Whites of His Eyes" featured an expert sniper "HITMAN" who turned up the "HEAT" the same week "American Sniper" made it to the big screen. I would have gone with "UNSAFE WHITE HOUSE" myself, as the FBI made a bad decision to keep its remaining eyewitness in a unsafe White Garden hotel room until she could testify against a thug who trashed some guy at a club for spilling a drink on him. That questionable decision was topped by Patrick Jane's to focus on a local hitman because there was powdered sugar on the coat of a victim at the hi-rise where "Lied-on" took out three men, including another eyewitness to the crime,  when he fired before he saw the "Whites of His Eyes."  (As Abbott observed,  Jane sees what he wants to see...on TV.)  Speaking of longshots, the Lizbuns-Jane romance may be missing the mark as super-competitive Lizbuns was smoking hot that Jane took her out of the picture when the "Unsafe White House" escape went down.  In TM, where there's smoke there's someone about to fire, but then ...



Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
It's All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days in an airstream of consciousness with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




                    Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Call me  Idea Con Blue

 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



 Jane: Lizbuns, I'm feeling the "Heat" and I want to escape this "Unsafe White House."
 
Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR  (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )


MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS" Logline: US embassy investigator in Colombia discovers a prophecy that threatens  the US. Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21


"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The Mentalist "Little Yellow House" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell: It's all an ILLUSION (read: VISUAL LIES) that yellow and blue make green. On balance it turns to black...like TM.

In "Little Yellow House" BlueBird Patrick Jane plays his cards right in helping Robin Greenshades' brothers  get off the hook with the ol' Ace of Spades poker trick as old as Aqua Velva to get the yellow murderer to show his hand. Everyone has a tell, especially the TM writers who drop blue clues in the TM fishy stories.

It's All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days in an airstream of consciousness with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




                    Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Call me  Idea Con Blue

 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



 Jane:  I'm yellow, I'm blue and I'm fading to black.
 
Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR  (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )

MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS" Logline: US embassy investigator in Colombia discovers a prophecy that threatens  the US. Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21

"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

The Mentalist "Green Light" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell: It's all an ILLUSION (read: VISUAL LIES) that you can tell a cheat by his haircut, because, if that were so, Patrick Jane would be the Grande... I guess you can.  Bravo.

 Dr. Linus Wagner: Everything you told me, Mr. Jane, is total fiction, isn't it?
Jane:  From the INCEPTION

How many times are the villains gonna fall for the harmless weapon routine? It was unbelievable when Jane used his WMD - weapon of mass deception - to trick Richard Haibach,  the criminal mastermind who was killing off the Scooby gang in "White as Driven Snow."  Bruno Heller is off to "Gotham," so who gave the "Green Light" to use it again? Simple, SIMON.  Perhaps Simon says we are supposed to "STOP" and "THINK."   Think about the fall of "Rome" and corrupt societies like "Gotham."  Absolute Power, even in the hands of that jerk Peterson in the DEA, tends to corrupt.   Remember when we fell for the weapons of mass deception -  Iraqi WMDs  -and then we were so close to falling for fake reports that the Syrian government gassed its own people?  You Turkey, you can't trust the CIA,  just like the FBI can't trust the DEA. The moral of the TM story is there are no morals and everybody is lying.  Truth be told --- 



Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
 It's All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days in an airstream of consciousness with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




                    Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Call me  Idea Con Blue

 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



 Jane: Lisbuns, I'm giving the "Green Light" to put a STOP to all the lies.


Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR  (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )


MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS" Logline: US embassy investigator in Colombia discovers a prophecy that threatens  the US. Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21


"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021


Monday, December 29, 2014

The Mentalist "Silver Briefcase" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell:  It's all an ILLUSION (read: VISUAL LIES) that reads like "Pulp Fiction."  Speaking of, what was in that gold glowing briefcase, Tarantino?

Patrick Jane meets an Army colonel whose wife was murdered eight months ago and suspects immediately that "something is not right." The suspect colonel had an alibi at the time because he was caught on camera RUNNING A RED LIGHT with someone the police suspected was his wife.  Jane then suspects the colonel, who believes "war is the only reality," and someone the colonel met at work killed his wife with an African war club. Since there was no African art in the house, Jane suspects it belonged to the woman.  Wylie locates the suspect woman whose office is a museum of African art. Jane gets the two to turn on each other by bluffing them in a prisoner's dilemma about the contents in a suspect (aluminum) "Silver Briefcase."  Speaking of suspects, the real estate agent failed to mention to Jane the "dream house" was on the market because the previous owner was murdered there. As we suspected, Jane saved a guy on death row who was convicted for the murder from "getting the needle."  Quite the INCEPTION. This is how you solve a crime... when the scene of the crime is in your dreams.

Dr. Linus Wagner: Everything you told me, Mr. Jane, is total fiction, isn't it?
Jane:  From the INCEPTION 

 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-cODfn4Iw8tw/TjqLUIjuUwI/AAAAAAAAqv0/r1wVu4Swq1Q/s400/Cobb2025.jpg

d more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
Don't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

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Don't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
This BLUE BIRD  All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days in an airstream of consciousness with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




 Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Call me  Idea Con Blue

 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



 Jane: Why do people always think there is something valuable in a silver briefcase ?


Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR  (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )

MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS" Logline: US embassy investigator in Colombia discovers a prophecy that threatens  the US. Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21


"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021

Monday, December 22, 2014

The Mentalist "Black Market" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell:  It's all an ILLUSION (read: VISUAL LIES) when you replace your counterfeit ideas with stolen ones and sell them as your own. The TM writers should all be behind bars.

Dr. Linus Wagner: Everything you told me, Mr. Jane, is total fiction, isn't it?

Jane:  From the INCEPTION

TM writer Tom Donaghy steals a gem in the "Black Market" from the "The Bone Collector" as Patrick Jane  plays Denzel's "Rhyme" and Lisbuns plays Jolie's "Donaghy"  to catch a  "Stone Collector."  Sick Jane takes a rest from the Mentalist on his comfy couch to catch his "Breath," but Lisbuns is up to the task as a fake mentalist (is there any other kind?)  to trick the murderer of an accomplice in the diamond  heist.  The biggest gem was in the end when Patrick revealed to Lisbuns that he was getting tired of solving the FBI case-of-the weak but Lisbuns says that's her life. Then Dennis Abbott reveals to his wife he thinks they should take a trial separation to benefit their careers.   Jane's Boss, Dennis,  is like Rhyme's boss, Cheney, who is like Bush's "boss", Cheney, a real "Bonehead Collector." 
d more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
Don't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
 
Don't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
This BLUE BIRD of love  All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas ala "The Bone Collector" for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




 Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Call me  Idea Con Blue

 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



Jane: Lisbuns, this Mentalist gig is getting too fake for even me.


Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR    (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )



MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS" Logline: US embassy investigator in Colombia discovers a prophecy that threatens  the US. Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21


"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021

Monday, December 15, 2014

The Mentalist "Orange Blossom Ice Cream" Review

The Mentalist in a nutshell:  It's all an ILLUSION (read:VISUAL LIES), an homage to  "Lyon."  You can call it "Orange Blossom Ice Cream"  but it's "Lebanon Baloney" to me.

Dr. Linus Wagner: Everything you told me, Mr. Jane, is total fiction, isn't it?

Jane:  From the INCEPTION


Did Erica Flynn really need to bring Patrick Jane,  the FBI and the CIA into her Lebanon "I wanna go HOMELAND-baloney" scheme to steal a silver suitcase full of money?  Did Jane have to pull a  Johnny Mnemonic to remember all those numbers to pass a code to the guy in Atlanta to find the stolen blank passport chips? NO.  Erica could have simply had "Mr. Chips" killed and walked off with his cash, and the codes which required the "Paris" tourbook Jane found on Mr. Chips bookshelf to decipher could have been sent by email to John Paul. End of story. But then we wouldn't have the conflict scenes with Lisbuns and Erica. (Tom, where's the Erica-Lisbun catfight we all secretly yearned to see?)  Vega lies to Cho, not to mention the Lorelies of past relationships of Lisbuns and Jane.  Yummy, they were all "Lyon."

Jane: Don't tell a whole lot of little lies.  Just one big lie is enough.
't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
Don't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528
 
Don't tell a whole lot of little lies. Just one big lie is enough, and everything else just stays the same

Read more at: http://transcripts.foreverdreaming.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14528

This BLUE BIRD  is All an ILLUSION


 

Scrambled eggs:  Golden Man Patrick Jane appears to be a Sherlock Holmes super-sleuth character, but in reality is a mental patient with a cracked eggshell who suffers from paranoid delusions due to feelings of extreme guilt in the deaths of his wife and child who were burned as he was (CBI = intensive burn care?)  in a horrific car accident involving a driver named Tanner when he failed to stop at a BLINKING RED LIGHT CROSSING AN INTERSECTION, hence the RJ symbol, while he was driving intoxicated  and spends his days with the remote watching TV shows, which generate his ideas for the delusional episodes. Note: Jane's eggshell blue car - a vintage 1972 Citroen DS 20 that Warner Bros., producer of "The Mentalist" for CBS, had in its inventory. It was used in the 2008 movie "Speed Racer." For "The Mentalist," the car was shipped from Germany and painted eggshell blue (it was originally red).

Lisbuns:  We're going to have to get back to the real world at some point.
Jane:  Really?


Burning Clues: "The Mentalist" is obsessed with fire, as in half the episodes it plays a significant plot point. Items:  Jane burns his Red John files with a bottle of booze. Out of the Frye-ing pan into the... As Kristina Frye discovered, when you get too close to Red John, you get burned.  "Tiger, Tiger burning bright, they were "Au-burned."  In the "Red Mile" episode Jane arrives at a crime scene outside Auburn, California.  Shouts from Alabama football fans of "Roll Tide" first appeared during the Alabama-Auburn Tiger IRON BOWL game in 1907. Note the Auburn football game was playing on the bedroom TV in "Desert Rose. "Curiously, a corpse was found in a burned car in "Ruby Slippers," in which Jane discovers the identity of Fifi Nix, like Jane's Phoenix, has risen from the ashes of his past life.  In "Red Dawn" Jane is given a desk next to a fire extinguisher that is there, then it's gone, then it's there again.   Fake Red John read all about it - catch the fire-y headline on the front page of the newspaper Tim Carter was reading before Jane shot him.  Red John appeared to Jane in the burn mask.  Jane: It's not my fire.

THE WILD WESTPHALL WORLD OVER THE RAINBOW




 Nothing Gold Can Stay

Red John is Patrick Jane's imaginary evil twin, his "perfect symmetry" alter-ego (Jane/John)Professor Moriarty character in a Tommy Westphall" imaginary world like "St. Elsewhere's" snow globe and "Life on Mars" that is the dream state of Jane.  (NB. The fake Jane character in "Red Moon" where a corpse was found in a burned car was named Ellis Mars (El - He is Mars.) Ellis Mars: The mind is a powerful weapon. It can create reality. Mr. Nguyen was LOST (also in the Westphall Universe) but was found in "Green Thumb."

Jane: Perhaps we can see each other again.
Lorelei: That’s not up to me.
Jane: Oh, you have no say in it?
Lorelei: None at all. It’s very "Westphall."
Jane: I don’t follow you.
Lorelei: I do what Red John tells me to do.
 
 
                         Red Face to Face

 The Mentalist logo.svg
                          Mentalist in a Box

The Man with Two Names -- Red John's alias is ROY Tagliaferro (read: "cut iron").   The ROY CUT IRON  anagrams are "court irony" and "you r citron."  How ironic that Jane, the court jester who arrives at the crime scene in his Citroen and  master reader of how others' emotions control them and their need to let go of the past,  was a prisoner of his ironic chains to the past.  Until Jane leaves his old life behind, The Mentalist is on the mental list, a PRISONER of his own device.

 Drink Scotch Whiskey all night long and die behind the wheel

 Call me  Idea Con Blue


 "The DESERT ROSE"

Perhaps Bruno referred to a song that Sting made famous.  The lyrics will burn in your imagination and perhaps provide a clue about Patrick Jane's:

I wake in pain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand
I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire
This desert rose
Each of her seven veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this
And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems.

Really



Jane: I'm the only person who was ever water-tortured to forget something.

Read John "Seven"Come 11: my mental list of 7 scripts so you can dream along with me 

"DRAGON STAR    (2014) Logline:  Codecracker tracks a serial killer who returns after seven years to terrorize his hometown. Tagline: You can go Holmes again.- The second greatest story ever told.  DRAGON_STAR_-_Final[1]  (after Simon Baker is finished with "The Mentalist, "DS" would make that Tasmanian Devil a movie star. )


MIDNIGHT RIDE”   Logline: Garage band cruises a small Pennsylvania town on a stormy night that changes the course of rock music.  Tagline: “She loves you and you and you, yeah, yeah, yeah”

"DIVE"   Logline: An American naval officer is forced to pilot a Colombian cartel submarine loaded with cocaine into San Diego harbor. But there's something else on board.  Tagline:  Sub-text: Hidden between the white lines.

"COLUMBIA ROADS"    Logline:  US embassy investigator discovers prophecy that threatens  the US.    Tagline: All Roads lead to Columbia.  Download -COLUMBIA ROADS-

 “FACESPACE    Logline:  CIA Deep Throat recruits a conspiracy writer to stop a mind control op using social networks.    Tagline: Who is like FACESPACE and who can defeat it?     Download FACESPACE 7-21


"SPYDER AND THE FLY"     Logline: A black op team gets caught in its web of deceit.   Tagline:  "Come into my parlor said the Spyder to the Fly, but who was the Spyder and Who was the FLY?"

 "THE 11 O'CLOCK NEWS"   Logline: Two bloggers, Richie Scalia and John Scott,  get in way-over-their-head trouble.  Tagline: Hindsight is 2021