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Wigs are flying in Atlanta, 'The Mentalist' is getting knocked out and mysterious men in red shirts emerge from shootouts. Confused? Then you need more TV time. Let AOL's Inside TV get you up to speed.

Patrick Jane is flashing back on 'The Mentalist.' When a baseball scout's murder leads Jane to the field where he is accidentally bonked in the head with a foul ball, he begins to dream of a time in his teens when he duped folks into believing he held psychic powers. Check out our video recap. Wigs are flying in Atlanta, 'The Mentalist' is getting knocked out and mysterious men in red shirts emerge from shootouts. Confused? Then you need more TV time. Let AOL's Inside TV get you up to speed.

Patrick Jane is flashing back on 'The Mentalist.' When a baseball scout's murder leads Jane to the field where he is accidentally bonked in the head with a foul ball, he begins to dream of a time in his teens when he duped folks into believing he held psychic powers. Check out our video recap.

David Letterman did his annual segment on the best new toys. Faves included a Zhu Zhu hamster, a very realistic robotic cat and a cupcake car in which Letterman proceeded to tear around the studio. And we do mean literally tearing around the studio, crashing and careening and, no doubt, infuriating the janitorial staff.

Amanda Seyfried has announced that she's leaving HBO's 'Big Love.' On the show, her character will simply be moving away while in the real world, Seyfried is concentrating on her movie career.

After a shootout injures one and kills two on 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,' one mysterious man in a red shirt is miraculously unscathed. We have the clip.

'Survivor: Samoa' has one less now that Shambo got the boot, receiving a majority of four votes. We'll miss the headband, as seen in this clip.

Boris Kodjoe, known for his work on Showtime's 'Soul Food' has been tapped to star in 'Undercovers,' the latest project from 'Lost' and 'Fringe' creator, J.J. Abrams.

Showtime plans to bring 'Sunshine Cleaning' to the small screen in a series adapted from the indie film plot. Megan Holley, who wrote the screenplay, is already on board. No stars announced just yet.

'The Daily Show' and 'The Colbert Report' will kick off the new year in grand style, as both shows have announced Jan. 4 launches for their new, spiffy high def formats.

And, in yet another one of our favorite TV Moments of 2009, we recall the already classic wig-pulling cat fight from 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta.'