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Morgan: Julie Harmon was a sexual surrogate.
Prentiss: Whoah! Looks like somebody thought a little progressive prescription might fix everything.
JJ: Well they were wrong.

Morgan: So there's a third person involved. That rarely works, it's always two against one.
Reid: They'd have to trust one another completely, so what kind of relationship involves that dynamic?
Morgan: They'd have to be incredibly good friends.
Prentiss: Or blackmailing one another.
Reid: Siblings.
JJ: What if it's parents protecting their child? They raise them, they root for them.
Prentiss: They would share the same genes. Apples don't fall far from the tree.
Reid: A parent would hold themselves accountable, that explains the guilt.
Morgan: But what kind of sick family pulls this off?
Reid: One that's probably done it before.

Morgan: Due to the anger and inability to perform, those injuries are recent.
Reid: His explosive outbursts can be built from frustration that usually manifests from things out of one's control, like an accident.
Morgan: So let's go with that, I mean who ever is helping him has a definite loyalty. A responsibility even.
Hotch: The caregiver could've caused the impairment.
Rossi: He's the one who has shown remorse, and guilt. He might have a sense of morality.
Prentiss: If that's the case, the best way to break up a partnership is to drive a wedge between them.

Rossi: He's done this 3 times before, each victim left with $250. That's a $750 investment he didn't have to make.
Morgan: He has to have a chance to get that money back, but he buries it with them instead.
Prentiss: Could be an obsession, or a manifestation of his guilt.
JJ: Everything that happened post mortem, keeping them dressed, folding their arms, laying them to rest, it's all very nurturing. But the kills are the exact opposite, incredibly violent.
Prentiss: Multiple personalities?
Hotch: Or multiple UnSubs.

Reid: You know more often than not, prostitutes are murdered and dumped in the same area that they work.
Morgan: So then why take the extra time to drive 40 miles outside the city?
Reid: Maybe he's already up there. He picks them up outside town, takes them to a secondary location, kills them and gets ride of the body as fast as possible.
Morgan: Which means he lives nearby, in the suburbs.
Reid: With 76,720 other people.

Prentiss: It could be personal, there's a lot of rage in these kills. Multiple stab wounds.
Rossi: What about sexual violation?
Hotch: No, the ME report says there's not evidence of sexual activity before death.
Garcia: So what's he doing with them?
Hotch: That's what we need to find out.

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Criminal Minds Season 7 Episode 16 Quotes

Reid: You know more often than not, prostitutes are murdered and dumped in the same area that they work.
Morgan: So then why take the extra time to drive 40 miles outside the city?
Reid: Maybe he's already up there. He picks them up outside town, takes them to a secondary location, kills them and gets ride of the body as fast as possible.
Morgan: Which means he lives nearby, in the suburbs.
Reid: With 76,720 other people.

Prentiss: It could be personal, there's a lot of rage in these kills. Multiple stab wounds.
Rossi: What about sexual violation?
Hotch: No, the ME report says there's not evidence of sexual activity before death.
Garcia: So what's he doing with them?
Hotch: That's what we need to find out.

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