Aired 11 years ago - May 10, 2006
While on their vacations, each of the team receives a clue from a psychopathic killer challenging them to save his next victim.
Aired 11 years ago - May 03, 2006
The BAU works with the CIA to identify a mole within that organization whose leaks are putting operatives at risk.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 19, 2006
The BAU works to capture a serial killer who has evaded capture by altering his appearance.
"for the purpose of disguising
their thoughts. "
Must have something to do with
the act of voyeurism.
We wanted you closer to where
Mark Gregory lives.
So, if we split up
we'll cover more ground.
Usually when someone takes off,
it gives us reason to be suspicious.
what could have made him lose it.
Some Italian, some tailored,
some leisure suits.
You know, from the outside
this house seems clean and shiny,
My porterhouse was juicy and rare,
just the way I like it,
And fret not, my sweet,
that poor girl who married him
Guided means that this killer stays in
his particular geographic area
So it's very important that we find him
while he's still in the comfort zone.
She was also a stranger,
Have you been in hiding because you
were afraid he would come after you?
This is most likely derived from an
incredible amount of self-awareness.
Maybe he blames her because
he thinks she abandoned him?
No, I'm saying you're making excuses.
I'm not sure it did him any favors.
I found Mark Gregory's car
at Atlanta International Airport.
He was a photographer in Miami
The question is why does he have to?
You're a slob.
Did you happen to see
what he was driving?
But the cause of death
was a wet drowning.
- your son witnessed his mother dying?
She was having an affair with him,
which it clearly reminded him
Oh, there we go. There you go.
Get it out. Get it out.
He was protecting a weak, impotent,
Do exactly as I say or you'll die.
- What was her official cause of death?
- I'll ask Garcia.
He's described as a Caucasian male,
38 years old with dark blonde hair.
- This is all your fault.
- What is?
- You guys hear that?
- Yeah, I heard it.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 12, 2006
The BAU team travels to Mexico to aid in the capture of a serial killer who is targeting elderly women.
All right, let's see you profile
a disorganized psychopath.
You heard her. She said it was all right.
We're the serial killer experts,
Face it, chico,
you are only a genius in English.
It's a fact there are 12 times as many
broken families in the US
You're shorter than I remember.
- and rest before we go?
- Nope. We're ready.
You think the papers are right?
to enjoy the pleasures
that they once knew of.
I am guessing
sometime during the evening mass.
- Find anything?
- The victim's prints were on one.
the items taken are
usually an afterthought, trophies.
she wanted to talk to him alone.
Did it have anything to do
with you leaving?
There is a very bad man killing women
in my district,
Obviously, he's not a serial killer.
Because it would mean
telling you that
You don't understand.
I would never hurt Miguel's mother.
She had papers, a badge.
Run his prints against any found
at the scene.
The woman Roberto described,
a social worker.
So, he began killing women
Isabel Santiago, 67.
Maybe she can tell us something
about the necklace.
- We're going to go check it out.
- All right.
It was your idea to bring them here,
and obviously it was a waste of time.
No. No, that's not what we're saying.
I convinced her to bring you down here,
I can convince her to let you stay.
But you also have the chance
to discover something else,
If you weren't afraid of this man,
why didn't you report him?
He goes up to them in the street,
puts a knife against their back,
We need to look through
all your employee records.
"How did I do?"
- His last.
- He's going to kill her mother.
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 29, 2006
Reid finds himself in danger when he falls for a starlet whose stalker has turned into a killer.
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 22, 2006
The BAU unit travels to NYC to investigate a series of murders that appears to have been committed by a vigilante conducting revenge on former criminals who have been released by the justice system.
Well, they've withheld details so the press
hasn't sniffed out a link between the murders.
I thought you were gonna talk to
Reid about taking some vacation time.
But since we know the cab driver
couldn't have been blindfolded when
This is the knife to the head.
Snapping the handle's also
common in prison shankings.
We now know he has a high
degree of organization.
Because reality never
lives up to fantasy,
and he kept his head down.
cut with flint knives in
order to render them powerless.
Tried and found not guilty July 2002.
He, or someone close to him, is
likely the victim of a violent crime.
His sense of theatrics is a way
to enhance his own self-esteem,
None of the victims, they
didn't want to press charges.
The mad bomber was a major
inspiration for the unabomber.
The last thing I want to do is
accuse one of them of murder.
"Some day a real rain will come and
wash all the scum off the streets".
Are you jealous he's doing
the job better than you?
Yeah, great. All right.
How old are you?
Small town, 2 boys had been
murdered, same signature.
It was a tragedy, but...
The profile leads us to
think that he works close
Probably have a broken marriage or two.
We're in this together.
you will die the way you lived.
Because he has narcissistic delusions.
Wagner said this morning that the cop's
blood is all over the vigilante's hands.
If there was any justice,
100 center, courtroom 12-b
This is personal. He hears their voices.
Tell her how you killed your parents
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 08, 2006
The BAU team believes a dangerous cult may be responsible for the mass murders of five college students in an empty house.
Maybe Hotch is adopted ?
Sean, you always wanted to be a lawyer !
is depending on their
ability to hunt successfully.
and the throat, areas
where the veins and arteries
of this last victim.
We'll call Garcia,
see what she can find.
Jim, how many times have you
called him into find lost hikers ?
So why am I still talking to you ?
It's the act of kidnapping that reveals
Possibly to turn public
opinion against them,
Indians have a history of violent
behaviour, especially the Apaches.
If Minton is as fanatical
as he pretends to be,
Think we might have
found our sixth victim.
We think the first
thing, or the best thing
Ingrid is my only child.
We have Ingrid Griesen.
then the next night, he's on the news.
I had nothing to do with the murders.
Ingrid isn't catatonic anymore.
A family of 5 was slaughtered
in exactly the same way
she hardly visited
anymore, when she did,
Did grandfather ever tell
you where the name apache
and pieces of a culture
you don't understand.
and he was in a seminar
in native american culture
And a killer.
You've done more than
we could've hoped for.
But they didn't. How could they ?
We had them put under surveillance.
Stay down, I don't want to hurt you.
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 01, 2006
A serial killer reappears after 20 years of silence and contacts the BAU with the promise he will kill another victim in the next five days.
Hey, Hey! Wait!
Does no fight in the rear window have
anything to do with the Jennings case?
This bastard didn't
do anything in secret.
It's an understatement, isn't it?
The copycat who just happens to
have Amy Jennings driver's license?
Head wound is extensive. Level
of violence is escalating. / Yup.
diverse stimulation is the key.
It was that devolution that
eventually led to his capture.
We've both been doing this
too long to believe in that.
which makes his kills less
personal and less controlling.
I interviewed Harbin,
twice. He's a pervert.
Scott Harbin was paroled 3 months ago.
Haven't we all?
I don't know.
What's the matter, Scotty?
I'm on it. Call the EMT.
Balance is what gives one mercy.
10% of all violent crimes
are caused by strangulation,
We've been operating under the assumption
that he purposely changed his M.O.
He is most likely a white
male in his late 40's
I guess it's me.
the B.A.U doesn't employ too many
agents with a relaxing kind of mentality.
Something debilitating enough
to lose strength permanently,
The guy moved to the Florida
Keys, he's a scuba instructor.
Literally had kids dropping
around him like files.
And you're standing here alone.
We profiled him driving a
late model American made sedan.
except only 5 were serious enough
to send the drivers to the hospital.
Walter Kern had a military background.
557 Wight Street,
If he knew you were in there,
Candid photographs of the victims
at the park, grocery store,
Because he was such a perfectionist,
I'll stand by for the word.
You're going to be fine.
Get him out of here.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 25, 2006
After interviewing a couple on death row for serial murders, Gideon suspects that the woman is actually innocent. But since she's set to be executed in two days, it's a race against time to prove it.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 18, 2006
The team travels to New Jersey where several people have been poisoned (one fatally) with LSD ten times more potent than the street version.
Lone male in the driver's seat.
Under the influence of something.
Roman philosopher Lucretius wrote,
There's the True Believer.
I can't imagine anybody
could want this to happen.
Dr. Kelly to fast-track treatment.
Dr. Kelly to fast-track treatment.
But you want to know
what the worst part is?
Calm down. Hold your head forward.
Hold your head forward.
It's commonly known as a roofie,
or a date rape drug.
He was supposed to come to work
after school, but he called in sick.
- And neither did your boyfriend.
- I'm sick.
Hillcrest and Maple and...
I can't see the other cross street.
You want to tell us
about Saturday night, Danny?
And if it was acid or whatever,
I've taken that.
We can give them a profile.
that he perceives to be unjust.
And now to measure
the results of his test, he's watching.
Call the local hospital. Make sure
they know what's coming. Excuse me.
No, we still don't know for sure
why those people were poisoned.
Now, it would be a huge coincidence
I'll order a few more tests.
- I'm going to call Hanover.
- Have him bring the CDC guys.
Lynn Dempsey. Hold on. Elle.
- Doctor, her BP is dropping rapidly.
- It's sepsis. Give another amp of epi.
Without a antitoxin,
a lethal dose will kill you in 36 hours.
Like anybody fired from Hichcock
in the past six months.
He'll take out anybody
to forward his cause.
She made a lot of jokes about herself.
You know, self-deprecating jokes.
when he was downsized.
and the patent deal had gone through,
drum roll please,
In case he doesn't give it up,
let's play every angle.
they took two-thirds of my salary
and my health insurance.
And that's all you wanted, right?
A fair deal?
We're going to be coming around
asking you some questions.
One of the victims that was
originally dosed was severely diabetic.
toxic enough to be effective in doses
as small as one-thousandths of a gram.
It's one of those
no-cell-phones-allowed type of things.
We're in the middle of nowhere.
That's the whole point.
He's going to make you feel 100%.
You ought to sleep.
- No, it doesn't.
- I guess I'm still trying to figure it out.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 11, 2006
When a young girl is abducted in broad daylight from a playground in a seemingly safe neighborhood, the BAU team initially believes her father is responsible. When he is able to provide an alibi, the team is forced to look for clues where the girl lives to determine who is really responsible.
They represent only
of one percent of
all missing cases per year.
In a child abduction,
the parents are likely
to break down
A short time later,
a green SUV sped out of
the parking lot over there.
wants to talk to me.
He's a cancer survivor,
[Laughs] Come on, JJ.
Give me something, huh?
We're assessing that
Because they thought
your daughter might
have been with you,
In New York city.
It might help you
crawling with uniforms.
Carp is just a guideline
for immediate response
to child abduction.
He has a menial
or temporary job.
Don't these guys
like to know what
the cops know?
Well, give me a list
of suspects and I can run
a deep background.
This will be
Well, that's it.
No more uniforms
in the neighborhood.
Most are people
you see every day--
your family, your neighbors,
I'm sure you just did
what you thought
was right, detective.
or stay out of our way.
And we need him to believe,
even if it's just for
a little while,
Tell me right now--
did you find a body?
In their initial
When you were first
diagnosed with cancer,
you could have given up.
building a shrine
to her pet.
but now he sees
some lights on
It's usually in the driveway,
but I haven't seen it today.
Break down the door.
No. We don't have
and cartoon downloads.
Danielle Van Damme 30,
Samantha Runnion, 52.
and we won't get
back to her parents.
Jason, i agree, but we may
have been overly hasty.
Let's go see your
mommy and daddy.
Aired 11 years ago - Dec 14, 2005
While Gideon is stuck at the office on crutches, the rest of the team travels to Tennessee to track down a killer who disembowels his victims and supposedly eats their organs.
and the unsub seems to have used
a different weapon at each crime scene.
These rings at that crime scene
might be some kind of signature?
Excessive methamphetamine abuse can cause psychotic violent episodes.
Now, from where I'm standing, my height
the guy the kid described definitely sounds like a tweaker.
Well, if... if I may, if you were in your office
No, no, no, don't run. I just want to talk to you. Domino!
I was thinkin' about it, but I left.
What was he wearing?
Oh, god... It ain't right! I'm sorry!
Missing her liver and stomach.
The guy's a cannibal.
that he couldn't have ventured very far from home to commit these crimes.
He was released a few weeks ago.
I got a bullet that travels 1,500 feet a second.
Our dad, kids, even teachers at school. Well...
- The parents just got home from work.
- I wish to god I'd never spoken to you!
There was...there was an article by a cambridge professor.
Well, we talked to Miss Wade across the road. Nothing.
just killed someone and drank their blood...
What's the family like?
Oh, lord god.
He partied like an eighties clubber.
not so you could agitate him by putting him through an interrogation.
You took this little boy.
until he gets this latest episode under control.
he called you to pick him up and that you never came.
You don't think she'd let that boy die to save her son, do you?
From the shame, the humiliation of people finding out that he was mentally ill.
Yes, I do.
What else was I supposed to do?
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 30, 2005
The team investigates the death of one teen, and the disappearance of another , which may be linked to a satanic ritual.
What is it?
We're gonna need a lot more than the crime scene folks.
Hey, Hotch wants everyone in the round table room.
JJ, we need to obviously, keep this out of the press for as long as possible.
You're saying that there's no such thing as devil worship?
Yeah, they were right.
If you are gonna conduct a ritual killing?
Oh, my god. I can't find her. Cherish is missing.
JJ, where'd the sheriff go?
What if they get lost, too?
I got, like 100 questions I go--
Ladies and gentlemen, can I have your attention, please?
I got a deputy waiting to take me back to the station.
Yeah, 2 years as a guest of
the state of Ohio for embezzlement.
He'll be memorable to somebody, people who aren't in his group
It's out of my jurisdiction.
or are we just going to play staring games all night?
If you grew up in this town with god shoved down your throat every day
You know, this is exactly what I get when I trust someone.
They were wide open.
She in there?
Reid, I want you to go to the house
Well, they all knew about the skeleton.
Morgan and Reid are out there right now.
We couldn't have found this place without you.
For the evil is man's best force. Man must become better and eviler.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 23, 2005
Elle, along with many others, is held hostage on a train in Texas by a paranoid schizophrenic who is convinced that the U.S. government is monitoring him. Hotchner and Gideon are forced to play into the man's fantasy to save the people he has taken hostage.
We.. I'm losing you.
Suicide, somebody jumped in front of the train.
We have one security guy dead from the initial gun fire.
Okay listen, we're not playing.
Um...2 1/2 hours ago.
Make him feel less threatened.
You think I'm gonna let you send them messages?
The agents outside need to know what it is that he wants removed.
That's where Ted Bryar's been living for the last 9 years.
Hey, why aren't they helping us?
Yeah, I'm talking about a magic trick.
Oh, he worked for the government for several years in the eighties.
She wasn't following you, wasn't watching you.
Heh heh! Let's go.
This is going to probably sting a little bit.
Hey, look, he's got it. He's got the chip.
How many shots would it take to move in?
Ooh, the man?
Answer the phone, Ted.
I--I still hear it.
But you see it, right?
It's a little late for all that.
And I'm pretty certain that it was caught on tape.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 16, 2005
When an undercover cop in Baltimore involved in a mob investigation goes missing, the BAU believes a serial killer rather than organized crime has something to do with his disappearance. The probe leads to several unsolved missing persons cases.
Looks arterial, probably
carotid, think she went quickly.
For the looks of the level
of the ring in this tub,
That we know of...
There doesn't seem to be any wasted
effort, no hesitation on the unsub's part.
What's the connection ?
organized and methodical.
Probably because he and his aunt
and uncle were murdered last night.
An, uh, expensive woman.
and then devolved into pettier crimes ?
All right, where is he ?
- How long ?
- About 12 hours.
We talked to Russo yesterday.
You know these people better than we do.
John Wayne Gacy killed
at least 30 people.
Listen, you brought a lot of
heat taking down Freddy like that.
Can you get into those records ?
Let's just hope they can catch him.
We don't have time for this little show.
Yeah. Movie night. I'll make popcorn.
You gotta trust us.
Where is he, Vincent ?
If there is, we can't find it.
Well, maybe if yours had, you
would have learned to fight.
and you became an abuser and a
bully. It's a logical progression.
Where do you order your pizza from ?
That's what made you
get sloppy, isn't it ?
That's why nothing is in his name.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 09, 2005
The BAU profiles a serial killer who takes families hostage and lives with them as a father figure during what is supposed to be their family vacations.
Butchered in their homes.
That's the conclusion
Maryland State police came to.
someone's doing a damn good
job of making them look like it.
If anyone could apply
overwhelming force, he's your man.
Well, I had to bring
'em down here first.
Multiple stab wounds.
Is that what this is about, hmm?
Age 6, you were orphaned to a
family where the abuse continued
My sweet, little babies.
maybe the car was just an attempt
to show the other parents wealth.
Has lines, dimensions, but no color.
No! No! Please! Please, no! No!
I just wanted to see her.
I could see them,
sitting down for dinner.
White or black, Frank?
No! Frank! Frank! No!
Let go! Stop it! No! No!
Plan the work...work the plan.
because they're supposed
to be on vacation.
That's surprising, comin'
from an I.R.S. Agent.
He hit her, you know?
What about the Millers?
Let's find out what he
looks like. Here we go.
Excellent, Lacey. Really wonderful.
If I had any time to myself
He's off today, but he'll
be in first thing tomorrow.
I wish he would just go
to hell and stay there.
Get 'em outta here. Get them outta here!
Why don't you give me the baby?
He must have washed Crawford's clothes.
Eric Miller was an
awful husband and father.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 02, 2005
The BAU is asked to identify a killer who is shooting at victims in broad daylight, and the team works with local law enforcement officers to recreate one of the shootings.
It's the third such shooting in 2 weeks.
He's using frangible
rounds,which fragment on impact,
and they frequently have law
enforcement or military experience,
He doesn't kill his victims.
and our trauma
specialist,dr. Barry landman.
- With the right surgeon,there is no risk.
- There's always risk.
To do this,he needed a spot with the widest
field of fire and line of sight to the flagpole.
- Why is that?
- Well,the police overlap shifts
Patient will make a full recovery...
We think the shooter has intimate
knowledge of law enforcement procedures.
This level of skill indicates
I don't feel very good.
This is gonna get much worse.
The unsub suffers from both narcissistic
and paranoid personality disorders.
Hotch told me that
when he came to the bau,
- Through anonymous sources we've learned
- you gotta see this.
No way.I know my rights.
He could start shooting.
We come heavy,and we take him clean.
Weigart punished mccarty for mouthing off during
the profile briefing by making him the unsub
He feels underappreciated.
If he attacked 'em to save
'em,why'd he kill 25 people?
Has dr. Landman been
Has he had a reprimand?
When someone's holding your
beating heart in their hands,
There are stars in the field,and
landman is definitely not one of them.
The policemen and E.R. Personnel are on
the exact same 24-hour shift schedule.
He's in his thirties.
Now put 'em on yourself.
got his nursing license.
and they knew that he was
gonna fight till the last round,
You have to consider the possibility that
your men are dead or at least disarmed.
You are one sick dude.
He's made my life
miserable for 3 lousy years.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 19, 2005
The BAU investigates the kidnapping of a U.S. District Attorney's daughter and determines the kidnapper isn't seeking money -- he's after her twin sister.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 12, 2005
The BAU team travels to San Diego to stop a rapist and murderer who commits his crimes in the middle of the day.
He also started leaving
messages at the fourth scene.
A lot of damage, nothing taken.
"My name is death. Have
you not heard of me?
You wanna see that crime scene?
Local officers aren't trained to
look for the things we look for.
The scene won't be pristine forever.
Get a description out
in the field A.S.A.P.
your riches, gold, and
garments, jewels bright
Bill was sure of it, but
I...I only remember his eyes.
I found the full text.
The increased patrols didn't begin
until after the fourth victim, either.
The unsub brought the weapons with him
The unsub is an exploitative rapist.
And a final point. He is white.
that Tommy displays at a crime scene.
Good. Now we wait.
You stupid, incompetent sons of bitches!
All he said was tomorrow. He didn't...
Ok. And we're not looking
for someone who stands out?
Yet our unsub still watched the houses.
Look at me.
See if there are any common names.
There you go. Oh, that's a good boy.
No, you won't, Franklin.
Whole world will know who you are.
Where's my baby? My baby!
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 05, 2005
Gideon and his team track down a copycat bomber terrorizing a quiet community.
they're gonna be sending us
2 hours after that,
Mostly male,loners, history of
The cops have ruled
him out as a s suspect,
Don't you just look
go onto those
threads while he was working,
Morrison, Palm Beach P.D.
My husband's in the hospital
with his leg blown off.
I thought I knew what it was.
and they were angry at you.
Now she's dead.
but I doubt they will.
What's the big deal?
we can compare it to other
Morgan e-mailed these over.
Look, we just heard
from local Texas P.D.
maker, jeweler, et cetera.
He made bombs designed to kill
That's the other
reason I'm calling you.
Oh, but no, actually,
Thank you for your vigilance.
agents into that warehouse,
Why didn't you search me
blowing up annoying clients?
Is there a way
to possibly monitor
Through the ISPs, we
were able to track down
but David insisted on
making it his workshop.
I've seen these.
It's for electroplating.
Don't hurt yourself, Garcia.
She threatened to out him.
See how they're threaded all
around the collar?
I think you're
smart enough to realize
2 hours, 24 minutes.
to people, things, the world.
Only... if you do this.
I negotiated with Bale.
And I sincerely
regret and apologize
Aired 11 years ago - Sep 28, 2005
The team of investigators tries to capture a serial arsonist who has been terrorizing a college campus.
I was just stopping for gas.
This is true. This is also a good time to stop.
I need to show you something.
Oh, my god! It smells like gas. Oh, god! God! Oh, my god! Oh, my god!
If he went from setting one fire to 3 in 2 weeks' time...
bottles of highly flammable chemicals missing.
So he pours the accelerant into the room from the hallway.
He wanted to be there to enjoy the kid's death.
Where would I start?
Could also mean chemistry professor.
Agent gideon. Agent gideon?
He might be here watching.
Gideon, we've got police and security interviewing everyone in that building.
Look at these expressions. We got fear, a touch of horror,
Bedwetting... and cruelty to animals.
Whoa! Hey! Uh, sorry. I didn't mean to scare you.
which is also part of this thing called the cirg, the critical incident response group,and--
But you don't need to be a chem major to know that.
Is this tape clean?
"have you recently dated a homicidal pyromaniac?"
Oh. Well, that's, uh... that's a pretty good reason.
Oh. Bye. Hey, reid.. garcia says it's not "karen."
Who cares? We are running out of time.
Should call campus security. Relax, man. There's always fires during rush ek.
Which is? An extreme manifestation of ocd,
If the unsub was ocd, shouldn't they have all been in 3s?
But if the target was always people,why did no one die in the first few fires?
Potassium, sulfur, and normal sugar. Sugar.
"A fire is kindled in my anger, and shall burn into the lowest hell."Deuteronomy.
that says"set next fire here" written in it.
Research suggests ocd involves oblems in communication between
-clara, thank god.
What is she doing? Someone coming to help?
God chose you. Put it down, clara!
A flood? An earthquake? You know this isn't rational.
You know, I figured it out. The stutter.
Aired 12 years ago - Sep 22, 2005
After a fourth woman goes missing in as many months, the team is brought in to track down the guy before he kidnaps again. Hotch is asked to secretly evaluate Gideon to see if he is ready to work full time again.