Blue Bird – In the sixth-season finale, a new lead in a cold case surfaces, forcing Lisbon to postpone her plans to relocate, and this delay allows Jane to examine his feelings for her and decide how to proceed.
Black Hearts – The head of a kidnapping ring is sought by Jane and Lisbon as the victims begin to run out of time. Meanwhile, Lisbon makes her decision about whether to move to Washington, D.C., with Agent Pike.
Il Tavolo Bianco – A grand jury is convened to review Red John’s murder and determine if Jane should be tried. Meanwhile, Lisbon wonders what Jane’s reaction would be if she relocated with Agent Pike; and Cho and Abbot track some new leads in the human-smuggling ring.
Brown Eyed Girls – Jane unearths a human-smuggling ring after he encounters a curious-looking stranger. Meanwhile, Lisbon ponders moving to Washington, D.C., with Pike.
Forest Green – A woman’s body is discovered near an affluent men’s club, so Jane hobnobs with some upper-crust men in an attempt to find the murderer.
Silver Wings of Times – A death-row inmate needs Jane’s help to prove he’s not guilty, and time is of the essence because the prisoner is scheduled to be executed in two days.
Violets – Jane devises a risky plan to ensnare a group of art thieves. Meanwhile, Lisbon forms a bond with an agent who’s on the FBI’s art squad.
White as the Driven Snow – Van Pelt gets abducted by a killer who is pursuing former members of the CBI, and the top suspect’s alibi appears to be solid. Jane then uses all of his skills to try to find her before it’s too late.
Grey Water – A homicide at an oil-fracking site is investigated by Jane and Fischer. Elsewhere, the hunt for suspects who are attacking ex-CBI members leads Rigsby and Van Pelt to Austin
Black Helicopters – Jane becomes part of a separatist commune in order to investigate the death of a U.S. attorney whose body turned up in Mexico, despite there being no evidence she crossed the border. Elsewhere, Van Pelt and Rigsby try to track down a stalker.