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But, for anyone who saw the premier episode, “The Mentalist” was anything but a copycat procedural.Instead, it was an out-of-the-gate sensation, with over 15 million viewers and landing itself in the #10 spot as one of the most viewed TV shows that week.From that point on, the ratings increased and “The Mentalist” has stayed well-within the Top 10 each week ever since.It even reached the coveted #1 spot within just a few months of its debut.Cast as the youngest and newest member of the fictional CBI unit (California Bureau of Investigation) in “The Mentalist,” Righetti’s fresh face and youthfulness stood-out amongst her more widely-recognized co-stars, Robin Tunney and Simon Baker, who each have been in the entertainment business nearly twice as long as Righetti.Portraying Grace Van Pelt, these attributes are perfectly-suited and they allow Righetti to meld the character to fit some of her stronger assets.Unable to remember anything at all, her social worker named her and put Eve into a foster home, the beginning of Eve's life in the system.

She stubbornly refuses to be coddled or benched when things appear dangerous and willingly embraces the toughest assignments.

Simon Baker may be the star and the guy we are rooting for, but Amanda Righetti is clearly the heart.

We feel what she feels and we want to be there with her.

So despite consistently working, Righetti seemed doomed to be cast on TV shows that could not make it past their first season.

Taking a 2 year break to focus on her film career and working on such films as “Marlowe,” “Return to House on Haunted Hill,” and “Friday the 13th” (the remake), Righetti surfaced again in 2008, appearing in the unassuming role of Grace Van Pelt on a new TV series called “The Mentalist.” On paper the series looked to be a generic version of just about every other police procedural on the television landscape.