Wednesdays 9:00 PM on CBS

Garcia: I have found a thing of interest regarding the shanking attempts made on Garrett in prison.
Agent Hotchner: What is it?
Garcia: The timing. See the first time Garrett was attacked was May 25, 2008. The day before that, May 24th for those of you keeping score, his imminent execution day was postponed. So then if you fast forward to the second shanking attempt of stabbiness, that would be November 15, 2010. The day before that, his next execution date, also postponed.
JJ: OK I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that someone decided to take matters into their own hands. Thanks Garcia.
Garcia: Ever welcome, my comrades.

Agent Rossi: One of my various brothers in law was a mail man. He said the expression "going postal" made perfect sense to him. You spend all day delivering a mountain of letters one at a time, then you go to work the next morning and there's a whole new mountain to deal with. And it's forever.
Agent Prentiss: Sounds like our job. It took seven years for the world to get rid of Rod Garrett and 15 minutes later a new one pops up.

Agent Hotchner: He's killed at 6am, noon and 6pm.
Dr. Reid: I don't know about you guys, but I'm not feeling so good about the stroke of midnight.

Agent Hotchner: Another body's been found a half mile from the first victim's, same MO.
Agent Morgan: That's six hours later, this guy's not wasting any time.
Hotch: We land in 20 minutes. Reid, you and JJ go to the latest crime scene. Rossi, you and Prentiss talk to Garrett's widow while Morgan and I go to the prison. If Garrett's got a disciple we better find out who he is and fast.

Agent Morgan: She might've been cooking dinner, but it was not for Malcolm Ford.
Prentiss: You think they have a child?
Morgan: Yes I do.
Dr. Reid: We didn't profile that. There's no evidence of a child in their home or their lives.
JJ: Not unless Ford keeps the child from her to keep her in line. I mean, that fits the profile.
Rossi: It's a stretch.
Morgan: But it's the only theory that would explain her behavior.
Hotch: Alright, Morgan. Prove it.

JJ: So I get home and of course he's still up past his bed time.
Agent Prentiss: Ugh. It reminds me of why I'm not married.
JJ: Well, neither am I technically.
Prentiss: Ha, oh yeah you're right, that's true. Do you guys ever...
JJ: No, I really don't need a man to tell me what to do.
Prentiss: Yeah.
Malcolm: Excuse me.
JJ: Shh! The adults are talking, when it's your turn to speak I'll give you permission.

Garcia: Seriously? You know the entire time that I've known you you are like the glistening hero in the movie of life. And now, just because some guy, some asshat guy decides to call you out by name you think you have the right to get all weird and decide that this time it's personal. Really, Derek? Did you ever stop to think that said asshat is exhibiting this behavior just to get under your skin?
Morgan: As a matter of fact I have.
Garcia: Alright, well a real hero would roll with that instead of tripping over his gigantic ego. And as a wise black man once told me, "Baby girl, you be trippin." So I tell you what, why don't you call me back once you've gotten off the self-absorption train and decide to be a real hero. The kind that Cindy is waiting for. I am hanging up on you!

Dr. Reid: [The Company is] a Sado-Masochistic role play scenario. A game, essentially, in which a cabal of men tell their submissives they can trade their slaves at their whim if you displease your master or try to escape, The Company will find you, kill you, and kill your family.
Agent Hotchner: The voluntary submissives understand that it's just a fantasy. But Malcolm Ford has gotten Cindy to believe that it's real.

Agent Prentiss: So your cousin fled Chicago eight years ago because a coworker was stalking her?
Agent Morgan: Yeah a guy named John Hitchens. Cindy and Yvonne came to me and asked me if they should be worried. Her emails and phone log showed classic stalker behavior.
Dr. Reid: Multiple messages every hour. Gifts he sent which she later returned. That would enrage a stalker.
Agent Morgan: But until they become violent, they're smart enough to skirt the law.

Displaying quotes 19 - 27 of 126 in total