Criminal Minds

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Suri: Now, I have listened to you. I have entertained all of your theories. But what you have described to me - it is not possible. It might be real to you, but that is because you are sick.
Unsub: Yeah. You're right. Let me show you what it feels like to be sick, like I am.

Linda Randall: I think that we have time for one more share. Anybody? Go ahead, Jane.
Jane Posner: So I went back to the dermatologist, and she again tried to me what my problem was. You know, she said that it was maybe mould, or static electricity. I mean can you think about that? That what's going on inside my body could be because of static electricity? And then she had the nerve to try and sell me a salve. And when I looked to see what was inside the salve, it was St. John's Wort. I mean really? You think I haven't already tried St. John's Wort? I could see it really clearly now. It's not me. It's society. You know, they want me to be sick. Because if I'm sick, if it's me, they can keep ignoring me. But I won't be ignored anymore. Thank you for letting me share.

Jane Posner: You think they put it in the drinking water?
Unsub: Yeah, that's the easiest way to infect us.
Jane Posner: That means everyone's sick.
Unsub: Everyone is sick. But you and I, we react to it differently, right? We feel it differently. That's what makes us special.

Jane Posner: Tell me again that it's real.
Unsub: It's real.
Jane Posner: Can you heal me?
Unsub: Yeah. I can.

Hotch: I'm also trained to listen to what people say. And that question "am I helping?" - you ask yourself that every day, don't you? I know you help the people who come to your meetings. I know you want to help us.
Linda: I do?
Hotch: Yes you do, because there's a man who comes to your meetings who puts you on edge. And your instincts of self-preservation are telling you not to trust him. And those instincts are always right. Who is he?
Linda: His name is Leo. I don't have his number or anything, but I did see him talking to one of my friends last night, Jane. I knocked on her door this morning. She didn't answer but there was someone inside because I heard them whispering.
Hotch: I need Jane's information immediately.

Kate: I can understand being driven crazy by something you can't scratch. But killing people over it? That's what surprises me.
Reid: There was one documented case of a woman who couldn't stop scratching, even when asleep. She woke up one morning, realizing she'd scratched through her own scalp, her skull and directly into her brain tissue.

Getting rid of a delusion makes us wiser than getting hold of the truth - Ludwig Borne

JJ

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Passenger

Reid: You've been quiet.
Kate: Sorry.
Reid: You know, a disaster of this magnitude is really hard to wrap your mind around, let alone your feelings.
Kate: You don't need to worry about me. What are you going to profile me now?
Reid: It's hard to turn off sometimes.

Kate: I guess I should tell you because Hotch and Rossi already know. My sister and brother-in-law died in 911. They were working at the Pentagon.
Reid: So sorry. I can imagine this must bring back a lot of painful memories.
Kate: Yeah. Anyway I don't want to be that weepy agent with the tragic past, so you don't have to walk on eggshells around me.

Reid: My girlfriend was killed in front of me and my mother has schizophrenia. Since we're sharing.
Kate: Thanks for letting me know. After my sister died I adopted all ten of her kids.
Reid: Wow.
Kate: I'm kidding. They had a baby girl. Meg. I took her in. Actually, Chris and I moved into their house. Anyway, she's 13 and the light of my life.

Hotch: Is there something you're not telling us?
Petosky: I'm not sure you can be trusted.
Reardon: 151 people just died, Mr. Petosky. Don't waste our time.
Petosky: I know who did it.

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Criminal Minds Quotes

There is fellowship more quiet even than solitude, and which, rightly understood, is solitude made perfect - Robert Louis Stevenson

Morgan

Our moral responsibility is not to stop the future, but to shape it. To channel our destiny in humane directions and to ease the trauma of transition - Alvin Toffler

Morgan