Why does this show hate black people so much can someone find that out? Also what did the FBI do before Jane join them run around with their head cut off I'm I the only one who find the FBI taken order from a cold blood killer a insult. Now that Jane and Lisbon are broken up can we please get back to why we the real fans love this show and bring back Red John please don't you know rule number 1 of TV never piss off your fans. Jane calling a horrible FBI agent and person telling her to kill herself and how worthless she is how is that love is he the male version of Ziva. I know the man the show about sex because it was too smart and fun for women who want all show to be like Glee and two and half men but this is a fucking crime show let see bomb and serial killers and people drying for crying out loud Thank god for criminal minds
Does anyone know the name of the song that played when hakeem and Camila were on the pool table? I am breaking my brain trYing to find that song pls @ me or email me email@example.com
Awesome episode this was. The scene with adam and his dad as well as the scene with Erin and Voight restablishes what CPD is about at its core: family. Looking forward to the next episode where the unit hunts the arsonist who got Shay killed.
Yes FINALLY they listen to their fan and broke them up now save this horrible season and kill Jane off
I don't think Bellarke shippers have much to worry about in the long run. To me, Lexa and Gustus seemed less like a mirror of Clarke and Bellamy and more like a cautionary tale of people who went to extremes. Lexa cuts herself off from love entirely after the death of her girlfriend, but it's not like Gustus' love (whether romantic or not) is any healthier. He attempts to protect Lexa but he doesn't respect her choices and while willingness to die for love is all well and good, self-sacrifice on this level is a little twisted. The trick for Bellamy and Clarke will be to learn from these experiences and then find their way back to the middle. Clarke's refusal to let Bellamy go to Mount Weather because she's afraid to lose him, while a nice acknowledgement of her feelings, is in some ways as problematic as her sending him off without a real plan because she's trying to crush something in herself. And while it's heavily implied that Bellamy sees a parallel between himself and Gustus, he has to find the balance between being willing to die for the people he loves and learning to live for himself, as the kind of person he wants to be.
I really like the idea of it being a cautionary tale. Great way to think about it. Bellamy's journey is going to be interesting to watch!
It was an intense episode. I loved it. I hope Jane and Lisbon can figure out their work life. They love each other so much. I loved Wylie and Vega playing video games.
As the daughter of an organ daughter, I am well aware of what has to happen in order for someone on a transplant list to receive their "gift of life." Real people die everyday waiting for the call to come that their "gift of life" has become available. I love Criminal Minds; however, having an unsub target potential organ donors was a storyline I found very offensive. I know CM is a tv show. I hope & pray this episode did not do irreparable harm to organ donation efforts. It would have been great if the actors had addressed the importance of organ donation at the end of the episode. Kudos to Kiristen Vangsness (Penelope) for live tweeting her support of organ donation. Now, CBC needs to #MakeItRight #DonateLife
You totally miss the point of tonight episode they were paying tribute to a friend
There were two stories in this episode - the tribute to Rossi's friend and the unsub killing prospective organ donors. I didn't miss anything. #DonateLife
Right but the important story was paying tribute to their friend who die in REAL life
Importance is in the eye of the viewer, I think. To you the real story was the tribute - to others it was the case of the week. I don't agree with Bonus Mom that the organ donor community has anything to worry about - but my saying so doesn't negate her valid concern.
Just off the top of my head, the original Law & Order had at least a couple organ donation storylines, as did L&O:CI and Leverage. I stopped watching L&O around season 10 and never watched any of the CSI shows so I'm sure that there have been quite a few more.
Don't worry. Criminal Minds isn't the first show to depict someone doing the unthinkable to secure a desperately needed organ. "Stolen organ" storylines in crime procedurals have been around for many years. Nothing before has done "irreparable harm" to organ donation efforts and I doubt that this will.
It was an ok episode. The story was indeed compelling, however, I felt that switching between the case and Rossi made it feel a bit rushed. He is definitely bonding with his newfound daughter and that is a good thing. Kudos to Mantegna for championing a cause for veterans. I don't get why there has not been anything else with the season arc yet. I suppose they are hanging on to that for February sweeps....
That was a great episode indeed, almost too edgy for me to really enjoy it fully. I really thought that Lily was going to get killed at some point and that dread just went with me until the end. I really liked Jane's very honest and caring way of talking to the young couple about letting Lily testify : the mention of the baby, him asking about the name and stuff made also sense to me, and I could totally transpose everything to the Jisbon situation they're in right now. I agree with you Ruritania, I totally understand Jane's and Lisbon's points of view but I have to say, I'm glad he acknowledged what he did so quickly and that he said he would do it again had he the opportunity to do so. Sure Lisbon can be angry, she has every right to be. Then again, I'm rooting for Jane's decision here. Ok, now I have two things to say : where the hell is the "I don't want to lose you" scene I've seen in the trailer of this episode? I mean I watched it on yt and you had Jane telling Lisbon those very words...have I gone crazy or was it not in the episode??? My second thing is about the Airstream scene : apart from the pajamas, that looked indeed very Jane-ish (I mean he can pull off anything, and he looked good there too!!), am I the only one who was bothered a little by Lisbon's reaction "I'm going to sing the song I sang for my brothers"????? I mean, really? Brother and sister-material? I don't know, I did not expect anything really, no "going at it" or anything of the sort, but I felt a bit cheated by the whole thing. (the bed is really small though so I'm guessing they might make good use of that little amount of space). As for the future, yes, I'm positive they're going to work things out (I mean they have to!!!), I actually really liked Jane's reaction and the way he uttered those words, as if it was obvious, what other possibility could there be? But yes, we might be headed for a tragedy of some sort, involving someone from the team, and Vega sounds, indeed, like a clever choice. I don't wish for that to happen, I would be perfectly content with the 5 final episodes being tragedy-free, but you have a point Ruritania. OMG only 5 episodes left...how is that even possible???
I think Lisbon was teasing Jane in that RV scene and knew her song choice would make him groan and then laugh. He's so cerebral that he may well need to be teased out of his brooding. I would guess she successfully distracted him, but I don't particularly want to see a lot of physicality with these two. A lot is implied and in the subtext. I also think some of the preview scenes are from upcoming episodes.
I really liked the scenes with The Wests plus Barry. They were truly such genuine scenes. Iris and Barry reminiscing while trying to repair the fractures in their friendship a.k.a their hidden love for each other (Iris clearly has feelings for Barry). Then Barry moving back in with Joe, that truly tugged at the heart strings. Such an awesome casting choice - the chemistry with Grant Gustin, Jesse Martin and Candice Patton is phenomenal. They've managed to endear the viewers to them in a way their predecessor Arrow couldn't with their family dynamics.
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