Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior Promo: "See No Evil"

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Angel of mercy or angel of death?

For Sam Cooper and crew, there are no usual suspects. Below is a promo for "See No Evil," the third episode of Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, airing Wednesday night.

While the pilot of the Criminal Minds spinoff was lackluster, last week's episode showed much greater potential. Hopefully this week's installment builds on the momentum.

Check out the promo here and see what you think:

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