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As a reaction to the S6 finale, someone posted a Jisbon collage and beneath it Jane’s quote from 6×06, said right before he hugged her and left her at the beach to go after RJ:

There is something I wanna tell you, Lisbon. Something I should have said a long time ago…

Tumblr user suzjazz replied to my reblog of the post:

Jane also says “There’s something I always wanted to tell you” in the ep with the bomb strapped to Lisbon, as he’s picking the lock to the room where the killer is. I have always believed that he was going to tell her he loved her in case things didn’t go as planned. He didn’t get the chance to say it, but he refused adamantly to leave her when she ordered him to, which means he was ready to die with her, Red John be damned.

Other people, including my BF, maintain that he was just playing for time by talking, but why would he do that? The non-shippers always had some rationalization for it too. (BF would have been thrown out on his ass had he not admitted early on that Jane loves Lisbon. But he was never a Jisbon shipper, and still teases me about having a girl crush on Robin. 😀

To which I had to add some meta. Naturally *g*

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When rewatching the season finale, I had that thought that it could have gone differently. And I’m not talking about the ending. Sure there were lots of possibilities; but what I’m thinking of in particular is the part with Lisbon finding out about Jane’s scam.

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There are a few Jisbon things I want to see, and if you ask me, they are not even unrealistic. Plus, I think we totally deserve it… as do Jane and Lisbon.

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I don’t care if it’s impossible, implausible, ridiculous or whatever. I need to go to sleep and can’t do so as long as my brain doesn’t stop thinking, so I just write this down. Ignore me.


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There is so much that can be said about last night’s episode, and I will have to find the words for my review which I fear will turn out to be quite long (le sigh), but there is something I really need to point out:

The ingeniousness of Bruno Heller and his team.

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