A killer with a fascination with Greek mythology is killing people with arsenic on Long Beach on Criminal Minds.

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"What Happens in Mecklinburg..."

Savannah vents her frustration to Morgan about the job while the BAU investigates a series of kidnappings near Memphis.

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"Blood Relations"

Two murder victims in West Virginia may be connected to a family feud on Criminal Minds.

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"The Edge of Winter"

Just as the BAU believes they've wrapped up a case involving unusual stabbings, Morgan figures out there are still questions to be answered on Criminal Minds.

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The BAU investigates when three bodies are found covered in human and animal bite marks on Criminal minds.

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"Persuasion"

When a series of mysterious drowning occur in the desert outside of Las Vegas, the BAU team heads out to investigate on Criminal Minds.

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The BAU uncover some shocking information as they rush to save a 4-year-old girl who has gone missing in Mississippi on Criminal Minds.

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"Mr & Mrs Anderson"

The BAU team investigates what seems to be a pair of killers working as a team in Pittsburgh on Criminal Minds.

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On the 200th episode of Criminal Minds, Prentiss returns to help when JJ is kidnapped and the team must look into a secret mission connected to her State Department days that might be the reason for her abduction.

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"The Road Home"

A vigilante killer has the BAU headed to Cleveland and Rossi heads off to Los Angeles to search for his Marine sargeant who served with him in Vietnam on Criminal Minds.

  • 4.6 / 5.0
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Criminal Minds Quotes

The influence of a mother in the lives of her children is beyond calculation - James E. Faust

Lewis

Hotch: A sniper can wait up to 72 hours without sleeping.
Mays: Seriously?
Rossi: That's part of their training. They can stay awake for 72 hours and remain completely focused on their target.
Mays: How?
Hotch: By using a mental exercise called "fantasy integration". A sniper creates a scenarios involving a target that keeps that person at the forefront of their mind.
Morgan: Often they'll imagine a place where they're with the target, doing something together that takes time. For example, building a car.
JJ: For some, the fantasy begins the minute they're assigned a target. Then nothing will distract them.