Wednesdays 9:00 PM on CBS

Reid: Guys if you think about it, even the dates mean something. In 2004, while she was wreaking havoc abroad, he was dishonorably discharged. Then in 2008, they likely met in Chad. And now this, in 2012.
Morgan: OK so is it a coincidence that those are all election years and they attacked DC? Maybe this is a political statement.
Prentiss: No, it's more personal than that. It's their story.

Prentiss: Of course Will thought Matthew was a hostage. Why wouldn't he? There's a good chance Will tried to help him out. Told him when to go for the doors, or offered to be a hostage to save the others.
Rossi: I'm sure he did.
Morgan: There's a flip side to this. This guy could've gotten into Will's head. "Is there anything you want to tell your family in case you don't make it?"
Rossi: You think Will told him about JJ and Henry?
Hotch: Unknowingly.
Rossi: What's wrong?
JJ: Will's license is gone. They know where we live.

Prentiss: Their obsession in killing and domination has culminated in what we've seen today.
Reid: Getting out of the disaster they've created, classic (inaudible)philiacs.
Morgan: And this isn't over.
Rossi: Far from it.
Hotch: Now that they've gotten this far, where do they go next?

Reid: She's struck all over the world, which says she might not be American. But her ideology certainly speaks to Washington. Whatever point she and her partner are making, it's important that DC is the setting.
Prentiss: The brothers were from Philadelphia, it's possible the other partner might be homegrown as well.
Strauss: Homeland's sending over a list of possibilities.
Hotch: They won't be on that list.
Strauss: Then how would we find them?
Hotch: We find the common denominator in all 14 robberies and we go from there.

JJ: Will's with them. I found his wallet.
Hotch: It benefits them to keep Will alive.
Morgan: They must have a safe house set up.
Prentiss: Whoever their outside man is, that's where they're heading now.
JJ: But where? What's their end game?
Rossi: There's no logical reason, they want to create panic.

Strauss: As agent Hotchner told you, they want you to admire them. Leaving the cameras on was their way to brag about how much fear they were creating.
Hotch: We need to know what happened. Specifically the UnSubs' behavior in the minutes leading up to the blast. You'll be interviewing the survivors. They'll be in various stages of shock, but any information you might get could be the key to apprehending these suspects.

Displaying all 6 quotes