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Criminal-minds

Prentiss: She took the Piano Man captive?
Morgan: Unless he's not the Piano Man. I mean think about it, would the Piano Man call us to rescue him?
Rossi: She could be shooting at the wrong guy.

Prentiss: OK let me get this straight, the Piano Man is trying to convince us that Herman Scobee is responsible for all of these crimes.
Hotchner: And if these two have studied each other this closely then Scobee is the key to finding the Piano Man.
JJ: His lawyer's here, he's not going to talk to us.
Hotchner: He will when he finds out he's being set up.

Reid: Fourteen is when we start to make our own musical choices. Our cognitive development evolves at that age and we start to form our own cultural identity.
Morgan: We stop listening to the music that our parents played and we start listening to the music that our friends listen to.
Reid: Our musical experiences imprint on us. Our hormonal surges as teenagers may make the choices seem more personal and passionate, and later on in life we might experiment with other musical selections. But no music ever impacts us as much as that we listen to at age 14.

JJ: Evanescence, Likin Park and Nickleback.
Morgan: So Herman Scobee's into that new metal goth stuff.
JJ: Yeah, his tramp stamp probably spells out Massengil. This guy doesn't even have any Rage Against the Machine.
Morgan: (looking at her)
JJ: What? I rock.

Garcia: At 7:36 he loaded an mp3 via USB drive, played it and promptly deleted it. Cleared the history so he could cover up his tracks.
Agent Morgan: The Un-Sub brought his own music to an abduction?
Garcia: Yes he did, and that is creepy.

Agent Prentiss: Vanessa Campbell and her husband moved to a new address. They put locks on the doors, they took precautions. She even knew what to do if she was dosed again and it still wasn't enough. That's what he gets out of it.
Agent Hotchner: Their fear. He wants them to know that no matter what, he can still get to them.

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