Top 1000 Quotes From Criminal Minds

Jennifer: Please don't tell me you have a crush on a fictional character.
Penelope: He's not fictional. He's the online alter ego of a real person.
Jennifer: [skeptically] Hmm-hmm. But you don't know anything about him. Or even if he is a "him".
Penelope: Okay, you know what? I do- look, we meet online at specified times that he is never late to. We spend hours adventuring and chatting, during which time I have his undivided attention, and he lavishes me with flattery.
Jennifer: Wow...
Penelope: When was the last time you had a date go that well?

Dr. Spencer Reid: If someone's carrying on in Catherine's mission, then it's quite possible they both suffered from *folie à deux*, a shared psychotic disorder between two people who are extremely close, and that would mean it's most likely a family member.
David: Maybe one or both of her kids.

Emily: We know you didn't do this.
Dr. Spencer Reid: How did it happen?
Luke: She was stabbed, multiple times. It looked personal.
Mario: We got the results of your blood work. There's cocaine and heroin in your system.
Emily: What else?
Mario: He was in possession of cocaine and heroin when he was arrested. I found what I need.
Emily: No, I need a full tox screen panel. We're looking for Scopolamine.
Mario: That'll take longer.
Emily: I don't care. I need it.
Luke: You were given a speedball. The opiates block the dopamine. That's why things go from clear to hazy. The combination of the drugs causes a dissociative state and explains the memory loss. Are you coming down now?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I think so.

Detective: [Rings doorbell] Ivan Bakunas?
Ivan: Yeah. Can I... can I help you?
Detective: You could invite us inside. It's a little wet out here

Derek: A serial killer asking for help. Well, that's a new one on me.

[about to mutilate a man with a knife]
Sarah: You never did explain those "things" you could do to me.

Sarah: There is no greater gift in life than that of being a parent. But so many of us abuse and squander that gift.

David: You don't call, you don't write.
Derek: Rossi.
[they share a laugh and hug, too]
Jennifer: [entering] You don't even give us a heads-up and you decide to pop in at three in the morning?
Derek: Oh, blondie, come here, come here, come here.
[hugging JJ]
Derek: Mm. Oh, it is so good to see all of you. Look, I wish I could say I was just here to say hello, but, um, we may have bigger problems.
[to Prentiss]
Derek: You see what I'm saying about that text? It does not sound like Garcia. You do know what it does sound like.
Emily: A trap.

Alex: Identical twins! What are the odds?
David: About 3.5 per thousand
[Alex gazes at David]
David: Well, I asked the Reid the same question.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quotation, voiceover] "It will become fine dust over all the land of Egypt, and will become boils breaking out with sores on man and beast through all the land of Egypt." - Exodus 9:9.

Jennifer: Gin.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [coughs in disbelief]
Jennifer: [laughs] What, you don't trust me?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh...
Jennifer: Come on.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Let's just make sure. Eight
Dr. Spencer Reid: ... Let's just make sure.
Jennifer: It's fun beating a genius.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Genius Dr. Reid let you win.
Jennifer: [laughs] Let's play again.
Dr. Spencer Reid: If I remember, you're borderline retarded.

David: I just put in new brakes. She's running like a dream.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I always admired the aesthetic of the classic Torpedo C-body, especially in the 1946. They just don't make them like that anymore.
David: Yeah, well, I'm lucky to have found it. Uncle Sal would be proud.

Aaron: Gracia, check social networking sites, see if the unsubs have coordinatted these attacks online
Penelope: If they dare tweet, I'll flush them out like a birddog, sir

Derek: Are you okay, Reid?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I tried.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I tried, but I couldn't.

Derek: Come on, Reid, what are you talking about, a magic trick?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah I'm talkin' about a magic trick.

[Reid, Morgan, and Hotchner arrive at a victim's apartment building]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Wittman's place is on the 4th floor.
[the elevator opens, then Morgan and Reid get into the relatively small car]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Can you get in there?
Aaron: [Looks into the small elevator car] I'll... meet you guys up there.
[He walks to the right and starts climbing upstairs]
Dr. Spencer Reid: [the elevator climbs slowly, then suddenly stops. Morgan jumps up a little to try and get it to move again] . Don't do that.
Derek: [continuing to jump] Why isn't it moving?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't know.
[Morgan starts pressing control buttons randomly]
Dr. Spencer Reid: . Don't... stop it... don't...
Derek: What? What's the problem?
[presses buttons more]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Don't do that!
Derek: Why not?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Because there are 6 elevator-related deaths per year, not to mention 10,000 injuries that require hospitalization. Chill out.
Derek: That sounds like pretty good odds to me. Are you scared, Reid?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm not scared. I don't want to be in an elevator with you, to be honest.
Derek: [teasing Reid by pushing buttons again] How about I push that? What if I push... .
[elevator lurches and falls a bit]
Derek: Whoa. Whoa. OK.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Um.. hit the... hit the... yeah.
[Morgan hits the red alarm button, sounding a bell]
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Hotch arrives on 4th floor, casually looks in the direction of the elevator, then walks away]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Push it! It might've...
Derek: Push, pull, push, pull, I'm doing it! Nothing's happening!
Dr. Spencer Reid: [panicked] Pry... pry... pry the door open! Just...
Derek: [Morgan tries to open the door by hand] It's stuck, man.
[elevator creaks, and falls a little more]
Derek: No, no, no, no. Not today. No, not today.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [high pitched] . Hotch?
Derek: [yelling] Hotch!
Derek: [Hotch walks casually back to the elevator, just as Morgan manages to open the door and falls out] . Hallelujah.
Aaron: Was that the alarm? You guys OK?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [slowly emerging from the elevator] . I'll get back to you on that.

[Greenaway holds out the unsubs hotel room key to Morgan]
Elle: Key?
Derek: No, I got one.
[He kicks open the door]

Penelope: Beantown has turned into Chokeville. Three victims, all male, wallets stolen.
Aaron: The unsub uses a garrote to strangle his victims. He strikes at night, and there have been no witnesses.
David: How much did he get?
Aaron: What's odd. Each of the victims' socio-economically is lower to middle class. It's doubtful there would have been much cash, and there have been no charge attempts on any of the credit cards.
Alex: So the murders might not be about money at all. Taking the wallets could be a forensic countermeasure to delay victim identification.
Penelope: That could be the sitch with the first two victims, but the latest one, Scott Delfino, he was on the phone with his roommate when he was attacked; call cut out unexpectedly, repeated callbacks went straight to voicemail.
Aaron: And Delfino's body was found an hour later, indications were that he'd been blitzed.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Which speaks to the killer's prep work, but also his desperation. He chose a location to lay in wait, but wasn't capable of adapting to a target on the phone.
Jennifer: Well, that could be arrogance getting in the way, making his organization appear mixed. To me, that screams false confidence.
Derek: Which means the desperation is what's driving him. It's not about the kills, it's about what the murders represent.
Jennifer: He's mission oriented. He doesn't want to kill them, he has to.
David: Which suggests the unsub has no personal connection to his victims.
Alex: Except choking as a kill method is extremely personal. He feels each victim take their last breath.
Derek: What if the wallets are a form of depersonalization? He's stripping his victims of their identities.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Which means he may feel stripped of his own. If the wallets are trophies, he could be seeking recognition for his work.
Aaron: And he may not stop killing until he gets that recognition. Let's go.

Melissa: Can I go home now?
Dr. Tara Lewis: No. We're holding you and your friends for twenty-four hours. You're all persons of interest in a murder investigation.
Melissa: Murder? What, Doug killed himself.
Dr. Tara Lewis: True. But there are still two other victims to account for. Now, normally, when there's a public suicide, it's because the suspect is the serial killer and he's killed himself out of guilt. But we can't prove that yet, so our investigation is still open.
Melissa: He said this whole thing was a false flag, which means he thought you were trying to frame him.
Dr. Tara Lewis: I know what a false flag is. The FBI doesn't frame people.

Penelope: As far as I can see, and I can see really far

Penelope: Reid, we need a D.O.B. on Prentiss.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh, 7:12am, October 12th, 197...
Emily: [cuts Reid off] Hey!

Aaron: No, but as we all know, there is some truths the brain refuses to process

Jennifer: The unsub could hold a grudge against accomplished women, especially if he feels inferior.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, the unemployment rate in Virginia is only 3.7%. But if he's out of work, he might resent them for being better educated or making more money.
Dr. Tara Lewis: And you also need to throw rejection into the mix. I mean, this guy could be a jilted lover or feel frustrated by the type of woman he thinks he can't get.
Emily: Garcia, any luck finding a connection between these women?
Penelope: Nothing on social media.
David: Were any of the dating or in a relationship?
Penelope: Not that I can see. They haven't posted, you know, any typical romantic pics with a boyfriend or girlfriend.

Penelope: Coleman had beaucoup prepper ladies who were willing to share more than their canned meat with him.
David: Was one as obsessed as Coleman?
Penelope: That would be Irene Jacobs. She lives in Culpeper, Virginia. She works as a substance abuse counselor at New Dawn Outreach Center. And... booyah, she drives a black van.
Jennifer: Joanna Miller mentioned her sister was seeing a counselor.
Penelope: Yeah. Chrissy Miller was one of her patients.
Jennifer: Which was how Coleman found out she was pregnant. What about Kylie Pritchard and some of the other missing teens?
Penelope: Jinkies. It's like Irene was spoon-feeding Coleman his victims.
Emily: They trusted her and she betrayed them. We need addresses.

Penelope: You guys, we were right to be worried about the things we were worried about

Dr. Spencer Reid: Are you hacking into the government HMO database? Is that legal?
Penelope: Of course not. We'll both go to prison and you'll be someones bitch.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Really?

David: Do you remember what Elvis said when he married us? He said, um...
[in an Elvis impression]
David: "Do you take this woman in sickness and health, for richer, for poorer, as long as you both shall live?"
[Krystall laughs]
David: [normally] And then, for some reason, you started giggling.
Krystall: Yeah, because after you said "I do", he said
[doing her own Elvis impression]
Krystall: "Thank you. Thank you very much."
David: I love that it was funny for us then. It's funny for me now. But I want to have a second chance; this time, no blackjack, no booze, no Elvis. I want to say those vows and mean them. It doesn't matter where or how, as long as I can spend the rest of my life living them with you. Will you give me that chance, Krystall?
[getting down on one knee and presenting an engagement ring]
David: Will you marry me?
Krystall: [taking the ring] Yes. Yes, I'll marry you.
[they kiss; cut to the elevator arriving on their floor, where the team is waiting]
David: She said yes!

Erin: Agent Morgan, a word? I... I haven't had a chance to speak with you. I sort of hit the ground running. It took a lot of courage to confront me about my drinking. You changed my life. Thank you.
Derek: Honestly, ma'am, that's not necessary.
Erin: A simple "you're welcome" would suffice.
Derek: I'm just glad you're back.
Erin: No, you're not.

David: [opening quote] "In the face of pain, there are no heroes" - George Orwell

Aaron: Where is she?
John: Closer than you think, but she's not doing well. She looks a bit pale. Remember the last time you got a call like this? Remember? George Foyet, right? You were too late.

David: Garcia?
Penelope: Yes sir, I'm here for you, sir.
David: Cochrane University in Ohio. What's the out-of-state tuition?
Penelope: Eh... Yikes! $37,000 annually. That's not taken in consideration books, cost of living, ramen, beer kegs, bean bags chairs, et cetera.

Luke: We can't get him out of here, can we?
David: I don't know how.
Luke: He didn't kill her.
David: If all I had to go on was the evidence, I would swear he did. But knowing Reid, hearing the cognitive...
Emily: Yes, he said there was another person in that motel room, but...
[she plays the recording]
Emily: Who has the knife? Who is stabbing Rosa?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't know. It's in my hand.
Emily: You're trying to stop the killer.
[stopping the recording]
Emily: Right now, this is just more evidence against him.

Derek: Hey, Baby Girl.
Penelope: If loving you is wrong, Baby Boy, I don't wanna be right.
Derek: Well, likewise, mama.

Assistant: As I'm sure you're aware, it is the one-year anniversary of Agent Reid's arrest in Mexico following a high-speed chase with the local authorities. Your team traveled down to conduct your own investigation into the incident and, per your case report, transfer him to a federal facility in the U.S. I went through your findings and subsequent months-long investigation. The thing is, once I started to dig, I couldn't stop. What I found, Agent Prentiss, was that with you at the helm, team loyalty is more important than Bureau policy.
Emily: That's not a fair assessment.
Assistant: As your team has expanded, so have the cases you've agreed to investigate. Mistakes have been made. So that's what we're here to discuss: the state of the Behavioral Analysis Unit under the leadership of Emily Prentiss.

Luke: [On the phone] Penelope
Penelope: New phone! Who's this?
Luke: Thank you
Penelope: You should worship my throne, Luke Alvez
Luke: Oh, but I do! I do! You know I do
Penelope: [Creeped out, breaks the connection] What does that even mean?

Dr. Spencer Reid: It's Frankenstein.
Derek: What?
Dr. Spencer Reid: The UnSub isn't just trying to put his brother back together, he's trying to bring him back from the dead. He believes that tornadoes have the power to take life, so conversely, they should have the power to restore it.

Aaron: Weather permitting, wheels up in 30

Attorney: I'm the Attorney General of this state. I demand to know why I wasn't told that the FBI was sending undercover agents into the Septarian ranch.
Aaron: The only thing that you're in a position to demand is a lawyer.
Attorney: Who the hell are you?
Aaron: I'm Aaron Hotchner, Unit Chief. I'm the guy who's gonna tell the Attorney General of the United States whether to charge you with obstructing a federal investigation or negligent homicide.
Attorney: You can't talk to me like that.

David: This unsub is what's known as a sadistic symphorophiliac.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Symphorophilia is a type of paraphilia in which sexual arousal is derived from staging and then watching disasters, such as fires or, in this case, car accidents.
Jennifer: Observing the destruction he causes is extremely important to this unsub.
Stephen: He enjoys watching the terror of the drivers whose cars he hijacks, as well as the impact with his chosen pedestrian victim.
Luke: In order to watch, he hacks traffic cameras or in-car dashboard cameras, as well as dashboard mounted smartphones.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Now, so far there's no apparent connection between the drivers of the vehicles and their pedestrian victims.
David: Instead, it appears the drivers are selected based on the vehicles they drive.
Stephen: This pattern of vehicle selection was initially limited to a single make and model, but he has since expanded his hacking capabilities.
David: We believe our unsub is a white male in his mid- to late twenties.
Jennifer: This unsub is careful enough to select drivers based on after market add-ons to their vehicles, such as dashboard cams or smartphone mounts.
Penelope: Workplace parking lots would be really a good hunting ground because he'd be able to see the same cars over and over, and once he's determined that that driver is using those after market devices consistently, bang, that's his next victim.
Luke: His first two hijackings were in order to perfect his technique. And those pedestrians were victims of opportunity.
Dr. Tara Lewis: However, this latest hijacking reveals that he's refining his victim criteria. He specifically chose a young, attractive, dark haired woman.
David: It's likely this victim was a surrogate for someone the unsub seeks to terrify and punish.
Jennifer: This unsub may lack the confidence and social skills necessary to form healthy relationships, which could be fueling his anger.
Stephen: We anticipate his next victim or victims to be young, attractive women with whom he has some sort of personal connection.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Encourage drivers to protect themselves by removing after market dashboard cameras and to refrain from mounting smartphones on their dashboards or CD slots.
Luke: That's right. If the unsub can't watch, he will not select that car and driver.
Stephen: Law enforcement also needs to understand that the drivers of these vehicles are victims. They are unable to control the vehicles they appear to be driving.

Penelope: When I was in the ambulance I could hear the song "Heroes" playing in my head. I kept flashing in and out of consciousness, everything was really bright and I remember thinking, "Wait, is David Bowie really God?"

Derek: [voiceover] "Worse than telling a lie is spending your whole life staying true to a lie." - Robert Brault

Emily: [picks up her phone] Garcia, you're on speaker
Penelope: Ooh, I live for speaker!

Aaron: [closing quote, voiceover] Gandhi said "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."

Aaron: You knew he was gay.
Captain: You're a better profiler than Gideon is a lecturer.
Aaron: You also knew that a gay man couldn't have committed this murder. That's why you asked us about the sexuality of the killer at the crime scene, you knew Miguel was innocent.
Captain: You don't understand how things work here. If I had told the Attorney General that this man is a homosexual and that is why he must be innocent, she would have laughed in my face.
Aaron: Why did you lie to us?
Captain: I had to play along with the official line until I could trust that you would come to the same conclusion that I did.
Aaron: So we're here to serve as pawns in your political game.
Captain: There is a very bad man killing women in my district. And I've known this for a very long time. But so far, no one will believe me, or help stop him. So if I have to play politics to protect the women of the city, then that is a very small price to pay.

Maggie: Agent Gideon! You're going to have to talk to a lot of victims. It would be helpful to have an extra female presence
Jason: Can you promise me you'll be sensitive?
Maggie: As long as you promise to stay pissed off at what happened to them. I've been on this case since day one. I don't want to have to step aside
Jason: You will not have to. Thank you

Aaron: So The Laybournes were abusing their daughter, where's this going?
Dr. Spencer Reid: One of the unsubs decimates parental figures, but we know the statistics there. It's-- It's likely he was abused himself.
Aaron: So you're saying the unsub recognized the signs of abuse, flew into a rage, and killed the parents?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Anger displacement. He's getting revenge for his own childhood abuse.
Lt. Nellis: So you think what, the victims were beating their kids?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh, the Laybourne case was just the trigger, but now they see all the parents the same.
Lt. Nellis: That doesn't explain the kids.
Derek: Maybe it does. Think of the family annihilators John List and Mark Barton. They thought they were saving their kids by killin' em.
Lt. Nellis: But what is he savin' them from?
Derek: Life without their parents, without love, life like his.

Penelope: It seems like Eddie's entire college experience was some sort of post-addolescent rebellion... He partied like an '80s clubber. He suffered a delusional break due to meth amphetamine and rock cocaine consumption.
Aaron: Wow, that is partying like an '80s clubber.

Penelope: Oh, God. Okay.
Derek: You okay?
Penelope: Yeah, why?
Derek: 'Cause you got a little gimp in your giddy-up.
Penelope: It's these shoes. Beauty knows no pain.
Derek: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait a minute.
[sniffs several times]
Penelope: What are you doing?
Derek: Do I smell BENGAY?
Penelope: Maybe. I had an active evening with Sam.

[last lines]
David: [finding Hotch at Haley's grave] I had a feeling I'd find you here. Have you told her yet?
Aaron: Told her what?
David: That you're coming back to the team. That fighting the bad guys is who you are.
Aaron: I don't have to tell her. She already knows.

Elle: What are you doing out of your bunker?
Penelope: [distracted by Sean] I was on my way to file the things that I... file.
Sean: [approaching] Excuse me.
Elle: Hi.
Sean: I'm...
Derek: [entering] Sean, hey. Derek. You must be looking for your brother.
Sean: Yeah.
Derek: Right this way.
Elle: Brother, as in... that's Hotch's brother?
Penelope: Maybe Hotch is adopted.

Aaron: I try not to think about on the ones I'm going to catch, I prefer to think about the ones I'm going to save

Jennifer: Without a family, man, alone in the world, trembles with the cold. André Maurois

Derek: Rodney, look at me.
[puts the gun down]
Derek: He did the same thing to me. I confronted him. I got him locked away for life. He's done.
Rodney: Done? Done ain't good enough.
Derek: Look at your son. Look at him. Don't go out like this in front of him. You don't want to destroy his life too, do you? Rodney, he loves you.
Tyler: I do, dad.
Sheila: He still needs you. He still needs you, Rodney.
Derek: Rodney... put that gun down.

Erin: What is going on here? You didn't profile this as a suicide mission.
David: 'Cause it wasn't. They'd never kill themselves.
Erin: What the hell do you call that, then?
David: They didn't improvise a way out. They've had an exit strategy in place. You don't learn explosives overnight.

David: [to Tara] You know, this job ain't all milk and honey. Some days you lose, some days you do things you don't wanna do. So, ask yourself this: where can you the most good and still do yourself the least harm? Then make your decision.

Derek: I can't believe people actually pay good money to play these fixed games
Jennifer: Men
Derek: Excuse me?
Jennifer: It's not people, it's men
Derek: Is that a fact?
Jennifer: Only a man would waste $50 trying to win back that $3 stuffed animal

David: [closing quote] "When it comes to life, we spin our own yarn, and where we end up is really in fact where we always intended to be." - Julia Glass

Aaron: It's not that hard, a Dalmation could do it!

[first lines]
Catherine: [reads a book to James] And so, the white knight opened the door and saw more gold and jewels than he could ever imagine. The wizard said, 'Give me the princess and you shall have all the riches in the world.' The white knight gazed upon the wizard and saw it was the Devil, who had already banished the villagers' wives. I said, 'Give me the princess.' 'Never,' he cried, and slayed the Devil with his spear.
[looks at the people coming in]
Catherine: Look after your sister.

Emily: It looks like they were out there for a long time before they were killed.
Jennifer: At least six or seven days.
Derek: What happened in that week?
Penelope: I don't wanna to know.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Look at they way they're dressed. They didn't voluntarily go into the woods like that.
Jennifer: Yeah, neither did this man. Found yesterday with similar wounds. There's still no ID.
Penelope: Okay, so I'm gonna look for missing persons in Washington.
Jason: Look everywhere. We don't know where this victim came from. We only know where he ended up.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Kills both males and females.
Aaron: Victims were found with their clothes on. No degradation, no experimentation. Doesn't look like he's interested in either.
Emily: A serial killer with no sexual preference?
Dr. Spencer Reid: That'd be a first.
Aaron: Broken nose, and bark's embedded in his face. Looks like he ran into a tree.
Derek: Now how do you miss a huge tree?
Aaron: Too busy looking behind you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: None of these are defensive wounds.
Emily: Courtney Jacobs' hands are torn up.
Derek: Shane Everett's only got one shoe on. It's like he ran out of the other one.
Aaron: He sustained numerous injuries and just kept going.
Jason: Only one thing you run that hard for. Your life.

Jennifer: [opening, voiceover] The German author Goethe wrote, "Behavior is the mirror in which everyone shows their true image."

Derek: [on the phone] Hey.
Penelope: Hey. Um... I... I sent you the case file Chicago PD sent me.
Derek: I got 'em.
Penelope: Yeah. So there's that. Bad, huh?
Derek: [soft laugh] Yeah. Yeah, it's pretty bad. Penelope, can you just talk to me?
Penelope: Uh-huh. Yeah, what about?
Derek: I don't care. Just... just talk.
Penelope: Okay, uhm...
[nervous laugh]
Penelope: uhm...
Derek: What?
Penelope: I... I, j'ah, this is the first time in my life I don't have anything to say, except that I'm... I'm here for you. Okay, Derek, I'm right here.
Derek: Yeah, I know you are.

Jason: [Hotch is commenting about Garcia to Gideon] Garcia?
Aaron: Penelope...? The tech with the glasses...?
Jason: The room... the one with all the screens?
[Hotch nods]
Jason: I like her. She's great.

[Reid and Kate are looking at some large holes in the back yard]
Kate: Wow, talk about a bad gofer problem!

Jennifer: Two victims in three hours? That's a spree.

Dr. James Blake: Well?
Alex: Let's go visit Harvard.
Dr. James Blake: Really? You're gonna come?
Alex: On holidays and weekends.
Alex: Boston's closer than south Sandistan.
Dr. James Blake: What happened to our veto power?
Alex: I know you want to be a couple again. I want that, too. But... I need this job. And one of the things that made me fall in love with you, is that you understood that about me.

David: Hey? You're sure you're okay?
Alex: Oh yeah! It's nothing.
Dr. Spencer Reid: A couple of inches to your right and he could have hit your brachial artery. All things considered you were extraordinarily lucky.
Alex: Yeah, luck had nothing to do with it, I'm practically bullet proof.
David: Yeah, I heard that about you.

Penelope: [Picks up the phone] Green for go

Jennifer: [Just won another game of darts] Oh! Another one bites the dust
Another: How did you get so good at this?
Jennifer: Where I grew up darts is like a national sport
Another: Seriously?
Jennifer: Yeah, we were too small for a bowling alley

Dr. Spencer Reid: [At a crime scene] Gideon, there people actually taking photographs of us from the next yard!
Detective: Welcome to LA!

Jennifer: Whoever did this will be brought to justice.
Police: You'd better get to him before I do.

Jerry: Molly. Molly!
Molly: Dad.
Jerry: Oh, baby. There's so many things I want to tell you, so many things I want you to know... I love you so much.
Jane: [yells] You have to understand! All I wanted to do was help her.
Molly: [to Jerry] I love you, too.

Jennifer: [looking at the footage of their yesterday's lady's night] I am both horrified and delighted that there's evidence of last night
Dr. Tara Lewis: [drinking something green] Wait! What is this?
Penelope: It helps with hangovers and that is all you need to know
Dr. Tara Lewis: It tates like you scraped the forest floor and juiced it!
[Garcia smirks]
Dr. Tara Lewis: Even that's too generous. Ugh
Luke: [walks in with coffee] Hey, hey, Emily told me what you guys getting into and I figured you could use these
Dr. Tara Lewis: [grabs one] Thank God! I'm gonna get this caffeine into my face hole
Penelope: [surprised] This is from Lunacorn! Luke Alvez, stop making me like you!
Luke: Ha! Never!

Penelope: I love you each so much, I wanna lick your faces! Oh, listen to me saying my things. Isn't the world a brighter place, with more air when Linda Barnes isn't around being Linda Barnes?
Matt: No comment. Next question
Penelope: It's not a question, per se, it is a confirmation of a fact

Mary: You ever have so much email, you feel like you're drowning in it?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I... Actually, I don't have email
Mary: Seriously?

Derek: [closing quote] "Friendship multiplies the good of life and divides the evil" - Baltasar Gracian

Derek: Listen, we were gonna mail these, but I wanted you to have a birth announcement first.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Morgan hands over a card] Hank Spencer Morgan.
Derek: Yeah. Hank is for my pops. But Spencer is for the best little brother anybody could ever ask for.
[he gives Reid a tight, brotherly hug]
Derek: I love you, kid.

Aaron: Dave, they've left the choice of negotiators up to me.
David: I taught most of the hostage negotiation unit. You want a recommendation?
Aaron: I'm making you the lead negotiator.
David: Me?
Aaron: Why go to the students when I have the teacher?
David: Because the teacher is emotionally involved. So is the agent in command.
Aaron: I know I am. This is a unique situation. We have two agents who could affect the outcome on the inside.
David: True, but I can't be objective; I know them too well!
Aaron: This outcome depends as much on our ability to predict the moves of Prentiss and Reid as Cyrus. That's why you're the best man for the job!
David: Assuming that Reid and Prentiss are still in a condition to make moves!
Aaron: I know how bad this is; that's why I want you doing the talking.
David: All right.

David: Relax Hotch. I've got this.
Aaron: That's the problem, Dave. There is no *I*. We function as a team.

Penelope: Are you sure?
Aaron: It's Gideon

Sarah: I have been trying to think of something to say, and thank you just doesn't even come close.
Jennifer: You don't have to thank us.
Sarah: Yes, I do. Do you know how long it's been since someone believed in me? You are just surrounded by darkness. Why do you do it?
Emily: [looks over and sees the families happily reunited] Because of days like this.

Gina: [handing Cooper a picture of Jane] I think you should have this.
Sam: Why? What, you're profiling me now?
Gina: Her mom gave it to me. I think it's time you have a reminder that trusting your gut has a happy ending.

Derek: The woman killed yesterday was wearing a uniform. She could have been a waitress or maid.
Dr. Spencer Reid: There are 93 hotels in Las Vegas, 260 motels and inns, 1510 bars and 2996 restaurants, not to mention nearby Summerlin, which is growing in popularity.

Madison: I hope you don't find him! Whoever it was, I hope he gets away!

David: Bottom line, the Zodiac is the most well-documented unsolved serial killing case in modern times.

Elle: [to Garcia] Can you get into those records?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Garcia is typing] Despite the fact they're probably expunged, she can find the faintest echo of deletion and successfully recreate the file, thereby sending us all to prison for computer felony fraud counts
Elle: [Garcia is looking worried up to her] We can make bail, Garcia!
Penelope: Already in

Dr. Tara Lewis: [texting a picture to Rossi] Look familiar?
David: [comparing it to his own crime scene picture] Holy shit.
[dialing her number]
David: You're kidding me, right?
Dr. Tara Lewis: Look, what are the chances we have identical footlockers on opposite coasts?
David: I would have bet the farm I was chasing a 40-something unsub with experience. Maybe the 19-year-old is getting help from the 40-something with experience.
Dr. Tara Lewis: We've gotta get that shipping container transferred to Quantico, right?
David: We need all eyes on this.

Alex: [closing, voiceover] Alfred Austin said, "Show me your garden, and I shall tell you what you are."

Jason: Why? Why is it always those who profess to be the most fervent believers in this war, they always manipulate other people to die for them?
Jind: Does your president go into battle? Or does he send your children?
Jason: Tonight, all those innocent people...
Jind: There is no such thing Gideon. They were infidels. And they were engaged in activities that spread American policies over the entire world. Your incessant need to own things, material things. Your capitalism rests on the back of third world countries. No one's hands are clean, no one is innocent.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [reminiscing about Gideon] I realized why my friend quit. He was tired of repeating the exact same patterns and expecting a different outcome.

David: [to Professor Rothchild] Oh, and one more thing. I'm gonna be there when they strap you down for that lethal injection. And just before they hit the plunger, I'm gonna lean in real close and tell you to say hello to your scumbag brother.

Aaron: [closing quote, voiceover] Eleanor Roosevelt once said "You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do."

Derek: Now he's graduated to nitroglycerine
Dr. Spencer Reid: Page 113

Emily: [voiceover] I've always heard every ending is also a beginning and we just don't know it at the time. I'd like to believe that's true.

Dr. Spencer Reid: John Nash, he believed he'd been recruited by aliens, to save the world
Moretti: I saw the movie
Dr. Spencer Reid: Eh, actually the movie is rather inaccurate...
Derek: Okay, doc, doc, a movie review is not going to help us right now! Let's move
Dr. Spencer Reid: You're right, sorry

Jess: We sail under a black flag. We live the way that we wanna live. And... and we train to fight against all of our enemies. We take what we want. But we... we always defend our treasure. And that's why you take the blood oath.

Derek: [voiceover] Equality may perhaps be a right, but no power on earth can ever turn it into a fact. -Honore de Balzac

Derek: What? No Hotch, now no Gideon?
Jennifer: No, not yet
Derek: These guys have been out two weeks! You'd think at least they can do is be on time!
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah! 'Cause you're never late!
Derek: So, where is Prentiss?
Jennifer: Her phone keeps going straight to voicemail
Derek: Well, this team gets smaller and smaller, doesn't it?

1st: Clara, is the building on fire?
Clara: Not yet.

Alex: I know that look. The wheels are turning.
David: I've seen this before. Muzzle flash burns. We'd occasionally see this on POWs in Vietnam.
Alex: So someone held a gun to his head and repeatedly fired blanks.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's incredibly risky, especially considering the margin of error when holding the barrel of a gun to someone's temporal bone. The discharge alone can cause a skull to shatter.
David: Which means not only did this person want to put the fear of god into Gavin, but he knew exactly how to do it without killing him.
Alex: This poor kid was tortured.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Or trained. What if whoever did this wanted to make sure if he got caught, he'd never talk?

Jennifer: Who else uses a .308 rifle?
David: In Texas? Hunters... the Minutemen... housewives... which, unfortunately, doesn't narrow down the field.

Jason: [voiceover] Ralph Waldo Emerson said "In order to learn the import lessons of life, one must each day surmount a fear."

Aaron: Lost his dad, his house, about to lose the family business
Emily: Care to choose a stressor?

Derek: James, you are something, man. You're something right here, right now, without Carl Buford.

Isabella: I'm done talking.
Aaron: You've said plenty. A professional like yourself wouldn't trust the camp to protect you. You had to get some sort of insurance directly from the parents, didn't you? Make sure that they were just as culpable for the crime. Your word against theirs wouldn't hold up in court, not with a child testifying to your abuse, unless, of course, the abuse damned the parents as well. They were in the room with you, weren't they? You made them watch.
[stands up and walks to the door]
Isabella: Where are you going? What about my deal?
Aaron: We never had a deal.

David: You said out there, team shares everything.
Aaron: That's right.
David: There is no *I*?
Aaron: Yeah.
David: It seems a big thing to withhold separating from your wife and child.
Aaron: What are you talking about?
David: You used to call Haley ten times a day. We've been together 48 hours and I haven't seen you call her once or mention her. And you're not going home now.
Aaron: What's your point?
David: I guess you are not used to sharing.
Aaron: My private life is not the same as a case.
David: I'm just saying, sharing is a learning skill.

David: Could be a form of torture, maybe a biting fetish?
Dr. Weinstein: Didn't know there was such a thing
David: Oh, you'll be surprised!

Mario: You're American?
[Reid nods]
Mario: Where's your identification?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't know.
Mario: Your papers? Passport?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Something's wrong. I can't... I can't remember anything.
Mario: What's your name? What happened to your hand?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [seeing blood and the cut on his palm] I don't know.
Mario: It seems like the kind of thing a person would remember. It could get infected.
[to another officer in Spanish]
Mario: Get the medic in here.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Thank you. I should call someone.
Mario: You don't get a phone call. That surprises Americans when they get in trouble here. But maybe if you help me figure out why you had narcotics in your possession, I can help you notify someone.

Penelope: Okay, know this: most adoption people are like the nicest, most dedicated people in the world. There are however real skeezy ones
Dr. Spencer Reid: How skeezy?
Penelope: Super skeezy. I've got a spreadsheet of one of them, expecting compensation for the baby I'm having
Derek: Something you want to tell me, Garcia?
Penelope: Uhm, that's the sad part, my prince. The genetically perfect offspring of Penelope Garcia and Derek Morgan wouldn't fetch top dollar
Jennifer: Who does?
Penelope: White babies are in higher demand than minorities. Boys are more popular than girls, at least this year anyway. And then there is the Swedish supermodel rule
Emily: The what?
Penelope: If I were to deliver a blond haired, blue eye, bundle of joy I would set for life. I would!

Dr. Spencer Reid: [Reid waiting in a restaurant]
Cat: Spencer?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Cat?
Cat: Hi
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hello, hi
Cat: Nice to finally...
[starts hugging Reid]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Oh! Sorry, I have a, ehm, a germ thing, I'm kind of weird with hu... hugs

Penelope: [answering the telephone] Sir? Yes sir!
Aaron: Garcia I need you to do a search of doctors and medical professionals in the region and see if any red flags pop up.
Penelope: But of course! Carmine? Scarlett? Cherry? Crimson? Maroon? What shade of red are we looking for?

Aaron: [voiceover] Elise Cabot said, Evil endures a moment's flush, and then leaves but a burnt-out shell.

Penelope: [mortified that Kevin will talk with Rossi about their relationship] If you get within a hundred feet of Agent Rossi, I will unleash an unrecoverable virus onto your personal computer system that will reduce your electronic world into something between a Commodore 64, and a block of government cheese.

Jason: What's going on?
Dr. Spencer Reid: DC may have a serial killer and I just let him get away!

[first lines]
Travis: Tucker, no. Don't. Tucker, no. Tucker, no. No. Get out!
[wakes up]
Travis: Get out. Get out.
[bangs a box]
Travis: It's coming, man! It's coming!
[brings a man out of the house trailer]
Travis: It's beautiful, ain't it? The wrath of God himself! Just wait, man!

Jason: When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.

Ethan: What in the world is this? Seriously.
Jennifer: Ethan, I am so sorry.
Ethan: This is ridiculous. They seem to think I've hurt those girls or something.
Jennifer: I know. It's just we have a warrant for your house. And they've already pulled your computer.
David: [watching outside] Is that...?
Emily: No, she's bluffing.
David: That's a hell of a bluff. Guys like him keep souvenirs, usually on computers.
Ethan: Did you see what was on it?
Jennifer: I did.

Derek: Talk to me, baby girl.
Penelope: You better get ready to go down on one knee, because this BG boo just won herself one hell of a diamond!

Emily: Well, I gotta give you a tip of the hat, Casey. It is not easy to evade law enforcement for twenty years. And if you hadn't come back to Lake Palmer, you'd still be out there free as a bird. But you're here. Why? That boat owner down at the dock. I think you were trying to see if maybe that was your son Leland behind those sunglasses.
Casey: How do you know about Leland?
Emily: Casey, people are dying, and we're on a clock. So if you know where Leland is, you need to tell us.
Casey: I don't. I haven't seen my boy in twenty years.
Emily: But when you heard about these murders, you thought he might be involved. That's why you came back.
Casey: Leland didn't want to leave Ramona. They were supposed to go. We got into this fight. Boy runs away. That's the last I ever saw of him.
Emily: He was thirteen years old. Did you look for him?
Casey: Called around, asked some people. It's not like I could walk into a police station and file a report. I had my own problems.
Emily: Casey, did your son like to play at being a pirate?
Casey: Yeah. He did. Why?
Emily: Whoever's committing these murders in Ramona, it's tied into a pirate fantasy.
[seeing Peters grin]
Emily: Are you smiling, Mr. Peters?
Casey: He's alive. My boy is out there.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [In autopsy] So, smothering is either his MO or his ritual
Dr. Samuel Bayo,: What kind of ritual?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Right now, only he knows

Floyd: I've told you: never touch my stuff!

Penelope: Please pick up, please pick up, please pick up!
Derek: Yeah, it's Morgan. Hello...? Garcia, can you hear me?
Penelope: We saw the explosion on TV!
Derek: Yeah, I know. We lost a SWAT agent
Penelope: Oh God!
Derek: Don't worry; don't think you're gonna get rid of me that easy
Penelope: Do you need anything?
Derek: I'd know who to call, thanks Baby Girl!

Cowboy: A wise man would avoid the Badlands today. Storm's rolling in.

Sheriff: Maybe you've got to sit with the past before you can walk away from it.

Aaron: [Phone rings] What have you got, Garcia?
Penelope: What I've got is a promotion coming, 'cause damn I am good!

Derek: They want you back in the saddle! You're ready?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Looks like medical leave is over, boss
Jason: Are you sure they want me?
Aaron: [Nods yes] The order came from the director
Jason: Well, we'd better get started!

[Morgan just saved Reid from a teenaged unsub who had a gun pointed at Reid's head]
Dr. Spencer Reid: What happened?
[As he pins the unsub to the ground]
Derek: Him bringing us down here was way too much of a coincidence.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, I got that. Did you have to tackle us both?
Derek: You're welcome Reid.

Jason: Hey Hotch, you're the best unit chief I know!
Aaron: Jason, I am the only unit chief you know!

Dr. Spencer Reid: Which got me thinking: do we ever really know anyone?
Emily: Well, that, my friend, is the question that keeps us in business
Dr. Spencer Reid: I suppose it does

Erin: Wait!... Kids!... Wait for me!
John: You really think your team is going to save you?
Erin: I know they will.
John: Did you get everything you wanted?
Erin: What?
John: In life. Did you?
Erin: Does anyone?
John: We should. Huh. That's the point. Drinking got in your way. Your husband couldn't help, though God knows he tried.
Erin: You know my husband?
John: And your poor children always played second fiddle to your ambition.
Erin: I can't see.
Erin: Oh, thank God. David, he was here. You have to find him.
David: I will. I promise.
Erin: Thank you.
David: All the love in the world won't save you.
Erin: What?
John: We're not finished yet.

Jennifer: Well, Leland's juvie history was pretty innocuous. Vandalism, shoplifting. Hardly gateway crimes to the life of a serial killer.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, every grown-up monster was once a cute little baby monster.
Luke: The bigger issue for me is how does a thirteen year old boy stay off the radar for twenty years?
Jennifer: When Garcia can't find a breadcrumb, it's usually because the bread was never baked.
Luke: Yeah, at some point, it's time to stop thinking about what's possible and start thinking about what's likely. Which for me is that Leland is dead, and has been dead for a long, long time.
Jennifer: Which would leave us where?

Kevin: Agent Rossi? We need to talk, about Penelope, man to man
David: Man to man
[both walk away]
Derek: What about Penelope?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't know
Jennifer: [singing] Garcia and Kevin sitting in a tree...
[turns around and walks away]
Derek: Get out of here! Are you serious?
[joins JJ]
Emily: Just when I thought nothing scandalous was every gonna happen around here
Dr. Spencer Reid: What? What does that mean?
Emily: Didn't you hear JJ?
Dr. Spencer Reid: That song meant something? No! No I missed it
Emily: It... it... You know what, never mind
Dr. Spencer Reid: [looks around bewildered] What?

Penelope: Networks say the calls came from a restricted number. Two have given limited permission to trap and trace the lines if we should need to.
Aaron: You got a news organization to agree to a trap and trace?
Penelope: Who could say no to me?

Penelope: Okay, Rossi, out with it. Is Hotch dating?
David: I don't know.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, statistically, widowed men start dating much faster than females, but Hotch is refuting the data. It's been two years and 19 days.
Penelope: Venus is aligned with Mars, which means love is in the air and maybe we will get weekends off.
[Morgan clears his throat]
Penelope: What? Is he standing there? He's standing there, isn't he?
Aaron: Hello, Garcia.
Penelope: Hello. Someone talk about the case.

[the team arrives at the college]
Jason: No badges. I don't want to satisfy the unsub's need for attention by letting him know we got the FBI here. Try not to look official.
Jason: [looks at the team's clothing]
Jason: Try to look *less* official.

Derek: I'll drive
Savannah: Uhm... no way!
Derek: What? What do you mean?
Savannah: I have seen you driving! I'm driving
Derek: Oh, so, this is how it's gonna be?
Savannah: Yep, get used to it

[on Reid's description of blood drinking as a possible part of "classic cannibalism"]
David: "Classic cannibalism"? Lovely job we have.

Aaron: [voiceover] "Sooner murder an infant in its cradle than nurse unacted desires." - William Blake.

Penelope: You know that throw away cell phone that called Albert Stillman?
Derek: Yeah
Penelope: It made another call this morning to a dr. William Suri. He is a researcher scientist of entomology of all things
Derek: Baby girl, hold on a second
[Derek: walks to a room a reads a whiteboard]
Derek: This guy works at Barnett Collega?
Penelope: I know you guys are psychic but how did you do that?

Michelle: Uh, Houston, I think we have a problem.

Aaron: Yeah, but I want every single employee in the year that he was arrested
Penelope: Okay, give me a minute
Derek: A whole minute? Come on, baby girl. What, you're losing your touch?
Penelope: Oh, watch your pretty mouth! Personnel files are come at you now

Dr. Spencer Reid: Have you determined whether or not she was raped?
Doc: I didn't even think to look

Chief: It would appear four shots fired from generally this position. Four dead.
Aaron: Proficient. She comes in with a gun and she gets all the way to the counter without attracting attention?
David: Was this case unlocked when you got here?
Chief: We haven't touched a thing.
David: There seems to be a .38 revolver missing.
Chief: And two .38 rounds on the floor, and all the ammo is still locked up.

Luke: [opening quotation] "It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom." - Mahatma Gandhi.

Penelope: Bill, I... I know the pain you feel. I get you. I know. I-I heard you talk about it in group.
Bill: Why doesn't Monica understand that?
Penelope: Bill, I just think she needs more time to understand it.
Monica: What?
Penelope: Listen, Bill. I know all you've ever wanted was just somebody to love. You were trapped inside a cocoon just waiting for somebody to set you free.
Bill: Hope made me feel. For the first time in my life, I felt love.
Monica: She was my baby!
Penelope: You-you brought Monica here because you're heartbroken, and you're desperate to recreate what you lost with Hope.
Penelope: Bill, you need to tell her. You can do this, okay? You need to let her know why this is all happening. You need to tell her. You can do this.
Monica: Say something. Say something!
Bill: Our baby...
Monica: Oh-ho-ho, my-y God. Oh, my God, my baby.
Bill: Hope was pregnant.
Derek: [entering] Bill, drop the gun.
Penelope: Do what he says.
Derek: Drop it. Now.
Penelope: It's okay, Bill.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [entering] Nice and easy.
Derek: [Bill drops the gun] Now put your hands where I can see them.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Slowly step away from Monica.
Derek: Easy...
[Monica takes the gun]
Penelope: Monica!
[Monica shoots Bill]

Emily: [closing quote] "The future is inevitable and precise, but may not occur. God lurks in the gaps." - Jorge Luis Borges

Penelope: Penelope Gracia's house of "How May I Save Your Ass Today?"
Derek: You can give me sex offenders registry for Wilmington, Delaware
Penelope: Ah, that's always a fun group!

Emily: [Garcia is about to travel, but will give remote support] We could take a temp
Penelope: Pish-posh, I am nothing if not the queen of multitasking in the kingdom of taking care of business

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quotation] "We must remember that Satan has his miracles, too." - John Calvin.

Aaron: [opening quotation, voiceover] "He who fights with monsters might take care, lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." - Frederich Nietzsche.

Karen: [driving] What do you want?
Maggie: Oh, you'll see. This'll be over sooner than you think.
[baby fusses]
Maggie: Oh, don't worry; it's okay. Everything's gonna be all right. Yeah.
[demeanor changes]
Maggie: Drive, Karen!
[Karen looks out the window]

Phil: I don't know the others, but this guy, Paul McEntee, I recognize him. He was a middleman for the Martinez cartel. He greased the wheels that brought the product into the country.
Jennifer: You think he's the CI who gave up Ramos?
Phil: We never knew the identity of the CI, but it's possible.
Luke: If this is an act of revenge for Ramos, I don't think it matters. Anybody associated with the cartel's guilty in his eyes. All right, not only because they ratted him out, they also abandoned him in prison. So he's gonna kill everyone involved, no matter how far removed from his arrest in Mexico.

Jennifer: Mr. Jenkins, I'm Special Agent Jennifer Jareau with the FBI. We need you to identify your source.
Reporter: No way. I know my rights.
[Gideon grabs Jenkins and cuffs him]
Reporter: Hey, hey!
[to his cameraman]
Reporter: Vic, shoot this! Get this all on tape.
Jennifer: You should know the FBI considers these shootings an act of terrorism. Under the PATRIOT Act, we can detain you as long as we need to.

Derek: What did he do? You can tell me.
Angel: He used to... He used to bite me. He hasn't for a while. But he did... He did other things.
Jennifer: Will you let the doctor take a look? Maybe we can match dental records.
Angel: Okay.

Aaron: [opening quote, voiceover] "Never think that war, no matter how necessary nor how justified, is not a crime." - Ernest Hemingway.

James: I murdered an innocent.
Catherine: Even white knights have their dark days. You're a vanishing breed, James. My son, a hero from a different time. Only one wife remains. I'm sure of it. If you don't kill her, who will?
James: No one.
Catherine: Kill her.
Catherine: Kill her.

Kevin: Wait! So, we're looking for a black SUV with its sirens on. That's gonna stand out

Jennifer: I don't agree with taking you off the case. When someone hurts one of us... when someone hurts a baby...
Derek: Yeah.
Jennifer: Yeah. Uh, I need to show this to the team, but I wanted you to see it first.
[she hands over a scrap of paper]
Jennifer: I found it in the pay phone he used to call Garcia.
Derek: "How does it feel? Do you see red? I see red."
Jennifer: Does that mean anything to you?
Derek: [flashbacks; it obviously does] No.
Jennifer: You're sure?
Derek: Yeah.

Aaron: Upscale restaurant?
Detective: Well, let's just say that I don't go, unless it's on someone else's dime

Stanley: Is this really necessary? I told you, I didn't see anything except for those damn kids throwing eggs at my house! I got to go to work in the morning!
David: Oh, I am sorry for the inconvenience, sir, but I am sure the parents of the missing child don't really care and frankly neither do I!

Emily: Yeah, Garcia?
Penelope: It's "pieces fall into place day" here at Garcia Central. I have been looking at old Ramona public records for all things Bob Turner, and another Turner caught my eye; a Leland Turner. In 1997, he was thirteen years old. He has a long juvie record, no family history. And he listed his address as Palmer Canyon Road.
Jennifer: Wait, that's the road that used to lead to the residences in the flooded canyon.
Luke: Casey Peters had a son.

Alex: [has no signal on her phone] Ah, thought you said it doesn't get any worse?
David: Until it does.

Dad: In history, warriors invaded towns, killed the men, women and boys, but kept only the girls for themselves. You exist because your ancestors did what was needed for you to survive.

Penelope: [visiting in the hospital] You look amazing!
Jennifer: No, I don't
Penelope: You know what? You look alive and that is freaking amazing!

[first lines]
Frida: Please, just tell me what the Doctor wants. I'll do anything.
Cesar: It's too late for that.

Penelope: [calls in on a laptop] Hey, you!
[Reid looks around in confusion]
Penelope: Uh, down here?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I knew that.
Penelope: [laughs] Good thing you're handsome, Doctor.

David: [to Michael Feehan laying on the couch] Please, give me a reason.
Michelle: What the hell's going on?
Aaron: Michelle Fader, you're under arrest for staging a child abduction.
Michelle: I didn't do nothing. Look, I was trying to help that girl.
Aaron: You have the right to remain silent.
Michelle: I am only trying to help that girl. She wanted a fresh start.
Aaron: Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
Michelle: She couldn't take care of her own babies anymore.
Aaron: You have a right to an attorney...
Michelle: I am trying to help that girl!
Aaron: You have a right to an attorney.
Michelle: What's gonna happen to my babies?

Penelope: My least 3 favorite words strung together: I don't know

Emily: Jeremy Grant has killed multiple people. Now that he's murdered a federal agent, he knows the full weight of every agency in the U.S. law enforcement machine will be looking for him.
Dr. Spencer Reid: We know from his profile he's not suicidal.
Jennifer: Exactly. So he'll go underground, which means he'll either flee the country or wait for the storm to pass.
Matt: He's a sniper with resources on both sides of the border.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Right. These guys are trained to have safe houses and backstops.
Emily: Okay, that's where we start. I want a full background on Grant's DEA history; missions, known associates, anyone or anything that would help keep him off the radar. JJ's right, he will try and go underground, but before he does, I have a feeling he's gonna wanna get in one final shot.

Emily: My point is: it's a headache!
Penelope: Oh, I've given you an headache
Emily: No! You've given me a migraine!

Penelope: Guys, I'm a little worried I wasted my time being an expert in my field, because this biofuel thing has a massive payout!

Caleb: We don't need her.
Harvey: Are you insane? I love her!
Caleb: [shoots a gun] Do you even know her? She doesn't know you. She's an inferior being, Harvey.
Harvey: She's a good person.
Caleb: She is an imbecile! How you ended up with her has confounded me from day one. She'll never understand you like I do.
Harvey: You've lost your mind.
Caleb: Why do things have to change?
Harvey: Grow up, Caleb! We couldn't keep doing the same things forever.
Caleb: Why not? I know you had fun tonight. Almost as much fun as what we did when we were 15. He didn't tell you, did he?

Aaron: [Arrives at the crime scene] What happened here?
Lt. Brantley: Took him down by himself
Derek: [Walks further] Hotch! Brantley says you took him down solo!
Aaron: He wasn't far behind me
Derek: You know you should have waited for backup
Aaron: Would you have?

Sandra: [Being questioned by JJ and Rossi] Ok, I am not answering any more questions until there is a lawyer on my site of the room and a warrant on yours

Dr. Margaret Stein: You've been at the BAU for 14 years?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Fifteen.
Dr. Margaret Stein: At a job that dominates your time and focus. Must take a lot out of you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sometimes, but I love it, though.
Dr. Margaret Stein: But we all need healthy outlets, so what are yours?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh... well, I read, I, um...
Dr. Margaret Stein: Who do you talk to?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I, um... you know, JJ, Rossi, Luke.
Dr. Margaret Stein: Who do you talk to outside of work?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [thinking about it] Nobody.
Dr. Margaret Stein: All right, time's almost up. Take today, don't think about work.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Don't think about work? What do you mean?
Dr. Margaret Stein: Not even a little bit. I want you to have one normal conversation with one normal person, then come back and tell me about it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Or I could come up with a plan about what I was gonna say, you know, before actually executing...
Dr. Margaret Stein: Just do it.

Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, the sand in the eyes could be a purely symbolic gesture. Uh, the Sandman was a mythical character who would sprinkle magic dust in the eyes of children while they slept
Dr. Tara Lewis: Yeah, but I thought he was benevolent figure, a bringer of good dreams
Dr. Spencer Reid: Not always. In one version of the myth, he would actually pop the eyeballs out of kids, used it for food for his own offspring
Dr. Tara Lewis: Geez, I stand corrected!

David: [referring to Reid's father] He's keeping tabs on you. That's saying something.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah, and he Googled me. That makes up for everything.

Aaron: Can I ask you a question? When was the last time you went home and got some sleep?
Kate: None of us are going to sleep until this is over

[Norman admits to his wife that he's the Road Warrior]
Vanessa: [laughing it off] Of course you are, dear. And I'm the Zodiac Killer.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quotation] "There is not a righteous man on Earth who does what is right and never sins." - Ecclesiastes 7:20.

Luke: [First encounter; Alvez walks into elevator where Garcia is already in] Hey
Penelope: Good morning
Luke: How was your weekend?
Penelope: I don't really discuss my personal life with my co-workers
Luke: Really?
Penelope: Yeah. I keep a real low profile here.
Luke: Tsk
Penelope: If you must know, I hung out with my boyfriend, who is super hot and awesome and totally in love with me
Luke: That's cool. You guys go out?
Penelope: No, we stayed in and he helped me with some fingering techniques... For my clarinet, which I practice and he helps me. And this conversation is making me uncomfortable and I am sorry, I must go. Agent Hotchner needs me
Luke: I made lasagna
Penelope: [while rushing out of the elevator] I do not care

Jennifer: Charm's quite the killer.
Dr. Spencer Reid: So are tears.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, what do I do? We're in crisis mode. I don't have time to process my emotional state.
Luke: That's exactly when you make time, right? You ask for help. There's no shame in that.

Aaron: Dallas P.D. discovered an unidentified male body with the mouth sawn shut.
David: Like the Silencer. He's dead. It's obviously a copycat.
Aaron: Dallas division is into it. They say they'd keep us in the loop.

Penelope: [Rushes in] Oh my gosh! I am so sorry for the delay. The system was down. We overwork her and I had to go into the belly of the beast, who I affectionately nicknamed Persephone and do some machine whispering

Peter: Well, hello, Emily.
Emily: Son of a bitch.
Peter: It's nice to meet you, too, finally.
Emily: Did you grab all of us, huh? Are we all here? Luke! JJ!
Peter: No. It's just you. Your team is fine, by the way. Excuse me. I take that back. The truck I drove into your team did kill SSA Stephen Walker; whiplash. Tragic. Leaves behind a wife and two children, I believe.
Emily: [crying] No.
Peter: That's good. Get it all out.
Emily: I will make sure you fry for this.
Peter: Will you? Well, maybe you shook take a look at yourself first.
[he pulls back the sheet, revealing her legs in braces with long pins poked into the epidermis]
Peter: Because from where I'm standing, you won't be doing much of anything for the rest of your life.

Derek: Garcia, did he write anything that could make him a potential target?
Penelope: Hm-mmm, nothing. Everything is really non-offensive and I have delicate sensibilities
Derek: It's part of your charm, mama
Penelope: [Melts] Aww!

Dr. Spencer Reid: There are a lot of place to hide. The Central Park is 843 acres, including 58 miles of pedestrian paths, 36 bridges, 7 bodies of water, 6 miles of roads and 5 miles of the bridle paths

Dr. Spencer Reid: Why leave a note so seemingly on the nose when every other action has been calculated for maximum pain? It has to mean more than simply "I'm angry". It's a clue, or a symbol. It means something to Morgan, and I think Chazz knows that.
Jennifer: Well, he wants to drive Morgan to exact revenge.
David: How do you think he's doing?
Jennifer: Well, after the physical and emotional stress of six months ago and now this? The guy's a saint.
David: He passed his return evals.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah, but we wrote the questions. He knows exactly what to say.

Emily: [opening quotation] "The villainy you teach me I will execute, and it shall go hard. But I will better the instruction." - William Shakespeare.

Jennifer: That's new.
David: What do you see?
Derek: [phone rings] Hey, what's up? You find anything in the array?
Jennifer: Yeah, there's some writing on the dumpster.
Derek: What's it say?
[looks around]
Derek: Hold on a second.
Alex: They got something?
Jennifer: Do you see something? Morgan?
David: Look up to the sky?
Derek: [finds the writing also] I gotta go.
Alex: Linguistically, it may mean God judges the victim for his sins...
Derek: That's not it.
Alex: And taken in context, with the pants pulled...
Derek: Blake, that's not it. Let's go.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Let's pretend you're telling the truth. That means I guessed it, right? The secret, the one I don't want to admit to? It's my child?
Cat: Is that your guess? You only get one, remember?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No. It's too easy.
Cat: Believe me, getting pregnant with your baby was not easy.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You misunderstand. It's too easy emotionally. Because I can take your child from you. The child I had absolutely no role in creating, but a child that I would care for better than you.
Cat: That's rude.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's true. You can't be a mother, Cat. I'm not trying to insult you. It's your psychological makeup. You literally do not have the emotional skills to care for another human being. You'd lose interest in your own baby the way a six year old loses interest in a pet hamster.

Penelope: If the name Ashley is on Scott's phone, I can't find it.
Derek: Penelope, this is sounding more like cubic zirconia.
Penelope: Bite your pretty tongue. I didn't stop at the first rejection. I did what you guys did; I profiled the guy. Scotty is a ladies' man, gets a lot of names and numbers, gotta keep track of 'em all. What's a playa to do, playa?
Derek: He gave her a nickname.
Penelope: "Baby Girl" was already taken. But "Bunny" wasn't.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Mr. Garner, a fisher king wound cannot be healed by somebody else. It's... it's not a wound of the body. It's a wound of the memory, a wound of the mind. It's... it's a wound that only you can find, and a wound that only you can heal.
Randall: Just ask the question.
Dr. Spencer Reid: There's only one question that matters, Mr. Garner. There's only one really important question. Can you forgive yourself?

Dr. James Blake: Next time I decide if I want to keep working at Doctors Without Borders, please shoot me.

David: Whatever happened to the landlord who owned the building?
Penelope: Walter Trudeau paid out a modest settlement and went on to become a local business mogul. He owns a lot of property in the area.
David: If the unsub is now directing his anger to those he holds responsible for failing to help his mother, Walter Trudeau will be on that list.
Jennifer: Yeah, we need to warn him. Penelope, can you get ahold of Mr. Trudeau and let him know that we'd like to speak with him? And send us...
Penelope: His home and work address? It's like I do this for a living. And... oh! Flag on the play. Sports reference. Uh, Trudeau spends a lot of time at a bar he owns. I'm sending you the address now.
David: Garcia, before you go, find out what you can about Tanesa Winters' death, specifically the cause.
Penelope: Copy that. Here it comes.

Dr. Spencer Reid: You've made up your mind, haven't you?
[Blake nods weakly]
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm happy for you.

Jennifer: I think it's a good idea, though.
Emily: What's that?
Jennifer: You, kids. I can see it.

Penelope: Both attacks happen during fool moon, just saying
David: Coincidence of lunar effect?
Dr. Tara Lewis: Oh, come on! No one really believes the full moon triggers strange and erratic behavior in people
Penelope: Eh, yeah, they... I... I do it, I believe that!

Luke: Do you want me to find you some crutches or something?
David: I don't need them, I've got you.

Jennifer: [Walking towards Emily and Derek] I just talked to Spence, he's going to be fine. He's gonna have to be on crutches for a while, but he said kicking down doors is Morgan's job, anyway

Dr. Spencer Reid: There's something else that's been bothering me. Why is he putting white face makeup on his victims after they're dead?
David: Isn't that what they wore in the Elizabethan era?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yes, but only upper-class women wore white face makeup. It was a symbol of virginity and purity. But he's dressing them like characters out of *The Merry Wives of Windsor*, which is one of Shakespeare's rare plays about the middle class.
Jennifer: So, it's inconsistent.
Aaron: The makeup could mean that he believes death is purifying them.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What if this is like the Salem witch trials, where they test the girls by trying to drown them? If they died, it meant they were obviously innocent. If they somehow survived, they were considered witches and therefore hanged.
David: Wonderful. A lose-lose situation.
Jennifer: The UnSub didn't submerge the victims in water to torture them. It was some sort of a test?
Dr. Spencer Reid: With death being the only possible outcome.

Penelope: Douglas! Do you want to catch Claire Durham's killer? Because, you can either protect the people you serve or protect your ass, but you can't do both!
Deputy: The answer is still no

David: Texas plates.
Detective: Deacon Rogers never rented a car. He drove here from Texas in this. Put it out as a BOLO.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Agent Hotchner is taking statements from the family of Steven Fitzgerald. He might be our unsub.
Detective: Seriously?
Emily: It's an unusual household.
Detective: We've had his picture this whole time?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Apparently.

Tom: My daughter and her best friend are missing, and you're asking about their texts? God, JJ, is that really what's important?
[calming down]
Tom: I'm sorry.
Jennifer: It's okay.
Tom: It's the worst day of my life. And then Roslyn Jareau's little sister shows up to ask me about it.
Jennifer: I usually don't see people on their best day. That's why it's important to look into every lead.

[episode closing quote]
Aaron: "The basis of shame is not some personal mistake of ours but that this humiliation is seen by everyone." - Milan Kundera

Parker: [about Lila] Spencer, ever meet a real movie star?
Pinky: Movie star? Please! She has a supporting role in a TV show about beach volleyball. Talk about *boob* collar.

Alex: [opening, voiceover] "We are not the same persons this year as last, nor are those we love. It is a happy chance if we, changing, continue to love a changed person." - W. Somerset Maugham

Luke: Morning, Garcia.
Penelope: Mmm! How dare you bury the lede? How did the big move-in go?
Luke: It was great.
Penelope: So Lisa's all moved in?
Luke: She is.
Penelope: Details. Luke, give me details, or I'm gonna get grumpy with you like I used to.
Luke: We packed up the last few things in Lisa's old apartment, she handed in the keys, came home, unpacked a few more boxes. Oh, and then Lou and Phil came over.
Penelope: Lou! How is my sweet, sweet Lou?
Luke: High energy. Yeah, I mean, he really wears Roxy out. She sleeps for, like, two days straight after he visits.

Penelope: [arriving at Alvez's desk laden with shopping bags] It's just a little something.
Luke: For me?
Penelope: No, not for you. It's for Roxy. But you have opposable thumbs, so you can open it for her.
Luke: [snickering, he opens a small box] Wow. Biscuits.
Penelope: Yeah. They're all organic, human grade. Quite delicious, if I do say so myself. Uh, plus...
[indicating a larger bag]
Luke: It's a sweater.
Penelope: Oh! Isn't it amazing?
Luke: [halfheartedly] It is... amazing.
Penelope: What was that?
Luke: What was what?
Penelope: You paused.
Luke: No, I didn't.
Penelope: You don't like it.
Luke: No, I didn't... I didn't say that.
Penelope: Oh, you might be a profiler in training, but I am a profiler by association, and I can tell a lie when I hear one, and liar.

David: [Tara drives into the parking] Wow, I haven't seen one of these beauties in a long time. It looks mint
Dr. Tara Lewis: Thank you
David: Who's your restoration guy?
Dr. Tara Lewis: Oh, um, you're looking at him. My dad has an auto repair show. He taught me everything I know. It took me five years to restore this puppy
David: Impressive. I inherited my uncle's '47 Buick
Dr. Tara Lewis: Now that is a sweet ride
David: Sure, but I don't have to tell you original parts are rarer than hens' theeth. I'm still looking for a, uh, radio antenna knob
Dr. Tara Lewis: It's funny, it's like we can track down world's dangerous and elusive unsubs but we can't find that one specific car part

Emily: [walking with Rossi towards the conference room] I just can't believe we missed this case. How did it fall through the cracks?
David: Well, we had to save two of our own from an explosion, and exonerate a death row inmate. I'd say we cab grade ourselves on a curve here
Emily: The problem is: now we're under the microscope. They put Tara on a separate assignment
David: I did. Considering where her head's at with Rebecca, she needs a break. But it means we're shorthanded
Emily: Actually we're not...
David: We're not?
[looks over Emily's shoulder into the room]
David: NO!
Deputy: Agent Rossi, I have spoken to the rest of the team. Thank you for welcoming me
David: I didn't
Luke: You're all going to appreciate the irony of this, because Bailey here, his job depends on us doing ours

Jason: Norman Maclean wrote "It is those we live with and love, and should know, who elude us."

Dr. Spencer Reid: ...So, at same point, he was most likely removed from his family. Now, I had Garcia widen the search of missing children to those in foster house and juvenile care facilities, all represented by those ten black dots.
Emily: Ten kids fit our profile. That's great.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Actually, each dot represents a thousand currently in system.
Emily: Ten thousand children?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Nebraska's one of the nation's highest per capita state ward populations.

Assistant: So, despite having one of the highest solve rates in the Bureau, your leadership record is complicated. This business in Roswell just being the most recent example.
Emily: Most recent example of what?
Assistant: A team gone rogue.
Emily: We've been accused of that before, and we've even testified in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. It wasn't true then, and it isn't true now.
Assistant: But you'd agree that transparency and accountability are of the utmost importance?
Emily: Of course.

David: [opening quote, voiceover] "Let us consider that we are all insane. It will explain us to each other. It will unriddle many riddles." - Mark Twain.

Dr. Spencer Reid: What happened to you?
Derek: Guy was huge. Seriously.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You should start working out.
Derek: You got jokes now?
[Reid chuckles]

Dr. Spencer Reid: Solanine is a potent toxin and hallucinogen that comes from a black nightshade plant. The unripe berries were used in the Middle Ages for torture. The effect it has is like a bad acid trip.
David: That's not fun. Trust me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: More recently it's been used in small doses for asthma.

Anita: Shut Up

[last lines]
Aaron: Emily, how much longer do we have you?
Emily: Um, six hours.
Penelope: It's too soon.
David: It's more than we had yesterday.
Penelope: Yeah.
Alex: I'm just glad I finally got to meet you. I've heard such amazing things.
Emily: All lies.
Jennifer: No. No more lies. Nothing but the truth from now on.
Detective William LaMontagne Jr.: Yeah?

Penelope: Two women, Sarah Beck and Jill Elks, were found in a park in Glendale, Arizona within the last three days. Both of them were single in their late twenties, and following their normal low-risk routines when they were abducted.
Alex: Where we they taken from?
Penelope: Sarah was on her way to her theater group rehearsal, and Jill was abducted form her apartment. The unsub broke in through a window.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, clearly he's hunting a specific type.
Derek: He left the jewelry untouched.
Aaron: Yeah, it's not about robbery.
Penelope: Both women were sexually assaulted and then they were shot in the heart and left in that... prayer position.
Jennifer: It's odd.
David: Maybe it's religious. Looks like they're leaning on a cross.
Derek: Their hands are titled forward.
Dr. Spencer Reid: He could have made them supplicate and their hands clenched in rigor mortis.
Jennifer: So they're possibly trying to atone for their sins.
Alex: I doubt that. Both women have pretty clean backgrounds.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Since the posing was done postmortem, maybe it's representation of the way in which he made them beg for their lives.
David: We've definitely seen that before.
Aaron: Hmm. He's getting off on the power. Let's head to Arizona. Wheels up in thirty.

David: What do we know about the sect?
Penelope: Liberty Ranch was founded in 1980 by Libertarian Leo Kane. He created it as a self-sustaining commune.
Derek: Libertarians believe that everyone has the right to do what they want as long as they aren't infringing on the rights of others.
David: But Libertarians aren't religious. Clearly this sect abandoned Libertarian principles.
Aaron: Benjamin Cyrus, the current leader, introduced religion eight years ago when Kane left.

Section: Hastings, do you have a minute?
Jennifer: [sees the body] Was this man tortured to death?
Section: This man is Al-Qaeda operative Savin Mubari. He was one of Bin Laden's couriers, and, yes, he was.
Michael: Didn't anyone tell you to get changed?
Section: Hastings, why don't you say hello to SSA Jennifer Jareau from the BAU? She'll be handling female interrogations.
Michael: We don't need a profile if we know we're looking for Bin Laden.
Jennifer: I'm not a profiler. I was the Communications Liaison.
Michael: Hell, then why is she even here?
Erin: Stand down. Jareau is a proven mediator.
Michael: Don't get comfortable. This place changes people. Can't imagine what it'll do to someone like you.

Henry: My name's Henry
Elle: Well, then good for you, Henry. I'm Elle
Henry: Like the letter? Huh, that's a different kind of name
Elle: Had it all my life
Henry: Huh, that's funny: your whole life

Haley: What you're looking at?
Aaron: "Reflections", 1987
Haley: Oh boy
Aaron: I remember the day I got this. It was the end of my junior year, I was walking down the hall and I accidentally walked into a theater club rehearsal. And I saw you
Haley: Hm, mm
Aaron: And I knew I was going to marry you!
Haley: Oh
Aaron: And I went home that night and I look you up... Haley Brook, 10th grade
Haley: Oh! My hair!
Aaron: And I thought: how could I have missed you for two years? So the next day I knew I had to meet you, so I went in and joined the theater club. And that's how I was in "The Pirates of the Pezance" as the worst 4th pirate in the history
Haley: Aaron?
Aaron: Hm?
Haley: Keep the hat!
Aaron: Okay

Kate: [while talking details of the crime] Cute shoes!
Penelope: Thank you

David: Anything?
Derek: Well, these women practically lived online. Their posts went up 5, 6 times an hour
Derek: [Reads a post] "Brian used his own toilet for the first time today"
Alex: Ah, cut her some slack, she's excited her son is potty trained!
David: Brian is her Cocker Spaniel!

Emily: [Seeing Reid look at the pregnant JJ] Are you considering it?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Considering what?
Emily: Having baby geniuses one day?

Aaron: You found any other suspicious drownings these last couple of days?
Penelope: Do you know how many people who drown every day?
Aaron: Well, yes, there are more in the summer, for obvious reasons, but I think it averages about 6500 per year, which is 17 a day
Penelope: Is this Reid?
Aaron: Why, are you impressed?
Penelope: I am slick, I am! You have been doing your research haven't you?

Emily: What have you got?
Dr. Tara Lewis: We looked for overlap with all of Lindsey's known aliases and we found one. She made multiple purchases using multiple IDs at the same location.
Stephen: Fords Gun Shop.
Dr. Tara Lewis: And wouldn't you know it, he has the largest selection of hollow point ammunition in the Tri-State area.
Emily: Go, quickly. We are on Cat's clock now. We only have three and a half hours left.

Elle: Well, if it isn't Dr. Reid
Dr. Spencer Reid: Elle! Wauw
Elle: Nice haircut
Dr. Spencer Reid: Thanks! Eh, yeah, I like your haircut, too
Elle: Is that a boys' regular?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah, it is. What, you don't like it?
Elle: It's totally you

Jennifer: What's up, Spence?
Dr. Spencer Reid: There's something strange about this one branch of the family tree. Garcia?
Penelope: Talk to me. I am fluent in genius.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Roy and Becky Danary. They died in 1985, leaving behind a son named William Danary, but there's no record of what happened to him.
Penelope: The Danarys were Peace Corps workers in Ecuador. They died in a car accident there... and you're right, their kid just sort of vanished. Let me do some digging, and I will call you back.

Melissa: Where's Dr. Lewis?
Jennifer: I'm SSA Jareau. I'm here to talk to you about your favorite book, "Catcher in the Rye".
Melissa: I get it. You're rotating agents now, wearing me down so I can't see your lies. Is that the game?
Jennifer: Well, I just had some information Agent Lewis didn't, but if you don't want to hear it...
Melissa: [stopping her as she turns to leave] Oh, no. I want to hear.
Jennifer: [sitting down] So after we found such a prominent clue on Carl, we wanted to study the original text, so we got a copy of the book. Apparently, "Catcher in the Rye" is the local book club selection this month. And did you know that there are two actual...
Luke: [the scene dissolves into a flashback at the metal detector] ... brick and mortar bookstores in Roswell? But one of the owners was happy to give me a copy. What page is it?
Jennifer: Uh, 76. That's what was on Carl.
Luke: Okay, here it is. It, uh, it starts mid-sentence. "Don't see how he could like a phony book like that and still like the one by Ring Lardner."
Jennifer: No, that's not right.
Luke: What... what do you mean that's not right? I have it right here.
Jennifer: That's not what I saw.
Emily: Did that just...?
Jennifer: Yeah, see, this... this page 76 is different. The page on Carl's throat was annotated. The publisher bolded terms and phrases for emphasis.
Luke: Well, that would throw the whole layout of the book off. I mean, your page 76 wouldn't look like this one.
Jennifer: Okay, so there are two editions of the book. That's common. But maybe it's not the page that's important. Maybe it's the edition.

Paul: Why didn't it work?
Mitchell: Why didn't what work?
Paul: With the girls. Why couldn't I just...? Why couldn't I just do it?
Mitchell: You killed them. What more did you want to do?
Paul: Not that. It. I could always get it up for her.
Mitchell: Well, then we were teenagers. We could practically get it up for tomato soup.

Aaron: There have been two known copycats.
Penelope: Correct. The first one was Heriberto Seda. He killed three and wounded four in New York City. And then, there was a 14-year-old in Japan named Seito Sakakibara. He killed two other children and left the sign of the Zodiac behind.
David: The fact is the Zodiac was driven by a need for notoriety and control.
Aaron: He enjoyed the terror he spread through the city.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [voiceover] Isaac Asimov wrote: "in life, unlike chess, the game continues after checkmate."

Jennifer: You guys ready to get out of here?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yes please! I can't stand hospitals, it's something about the lighting!

Dr. Spencer Reid: Lab results on the mud
David: And?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sample contains large amounts of proteases
David: And?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Proteolytic enzymes. They break down the peptide bonds between amino acids found in complex proteins. It's commonly found in meat tenderizers

Jennifer: Did the police checked to see whether any large, predatory animal has escaped from Central Park zoo?
Penelope: Every last creature has been accounted for, down to the last penguin

Penelope: All this talk of cold makes me cold. Is that weird?
Derek: Nothing weird about that, Baby Girl!

Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, rethinking the type of offender he was seven years ago, it's possible the UnSub didn't sexually assault Hope initially but waited until she was older.
Emily: Well, that would explain why he held on to her all this time. In his fantasy, he might envision Hope at a more desirable age.
David: What story did he use to get into the support group?
Jennifer: Well, he told them his pregnant wife committed suicide. Apparently they were trying to conceive for over a year.
David: Hope couldn't bear the thought of bringing his child into this world, so she took what little control she did have and ended her life.
Emily: And that was never part of his plan. Turned his world upside down.
David: He's not ready to let go of the bond he had with Hope.
Dr. Spencer Reid: And now he's trying to get back what was taken from him.
Emily: Wouldn't it just be easier for him to start over again?
David: Unless Monica could give him what he lost - another Hope. He didn't take Monica to remind him of Hope. He took her... to recreate her.

Special: Reid, you know this is not your responsibility?
Dr. Spencer Reid: It is. I can't explain.
Special: Well try me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: He knows I understand him.
Special: Of course you do. You're a profiler.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's more than that.
Special: How?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I know what it's like to be afraid of your own mind.

Luke: [in their airplane] Still smells new
Jennifer: Nice jobs to get our wings back. Did you have to arm wrestle Bailey?
Emily: Believe it or not, Bailey is not the problem, politics are

Emily: Have you heard from Rossi?
Luke: No, why?
Emily: He hasn't checked in. I'm having Garcia ping his phone
Penelope: [walks in] Uhm, not scary news, it could be fine... Rossi's phone is off...

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening, voiceover] Barbara Grizzuti Harrison once said, "All acts performed in the world begin in the imagination."

Rhonda: Sexual harassment isn't always a quid pro quo arrangement. Maybe it's a conversation between two co-workers that makes you feel uncomfortable. Maybe these co-workers use phrases like, "Baby girl." "Chocolate thunder. " Or, "Where's my big black twelve-pack?"
Penelope: [whispers] Who blabbed?
Rhonda: And that creates a what? A hostile work environment. So, messages like, "More cushion for the pushing" Not appropriate. "I'll be Coco to your Ice-T." Not appropriate. "Flarpy blunderguff." I don't even know what that means.
[Garcia receives a text message]
Rhonda: But, not appropriate. Ms. Garcia, you really have to stay for this.
Penelope: I'm sorry, but I got... I... I have to... I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I'm so... I'm so, so sorry.
Rhonda: Not appropriate.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [while Elle breaks into a locked drawer] Did they teach you that at the FBI school?
Elle: No, they taught me that in Brooklyn

William: I don't want her living off hope!
Officer: There are worse things.
William: You're wrong. Bad news stops us for awhile, but then you move on. Hope is paralyzing.

Kate: [closing quote] "Children are like wet cement: whatever falls on them, makes an impression." - Haim Ginott

Dr. Spencer Reid: [closing quote] Christopher Marlowe said: "It lies not in our power to love or hate, for will in us is overruled by fate"

Luke: Someone's posing as Eduardo Ramos.
Phil: Yeah, but who would do that?
Luke: Whoever it is killed the most feared sicario in Mexico using his own M.O. against him, then did it four more times without us knowing the difference. This guy's more dangerous than we thought.

Luke: [closing quote] "Three things cannot long stay hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth" - Buddha

Penelope: [about Morgan] I'm gonna kill him!
Dr. Spencer Reid: If I can manage to lift my arms, I'll hold him down.

Aaron: So Agent Jareau was on a taskforce to find Bin Laden and "Integrity" was the name of the operation?
Undersecretary: No. Integrity's the name of a database born out of that mission. A failsafe put in place to protect covert agents and operations. You shouldn't even know it exists.
Aaron: But Agent Jareau and Agent Cruz know, and that's why they've been taken.
Undersecretary: We believe so. Both have the necessary codes to access the system.

David: [Walking onto a huge estate] Did Garcia say what Mr. Gless does for a living?
Aaron: Failed artist
David: Guess that's what they call failing up
Aaron: Or marrying well

Jordan: This team is like a family and families take on the traits of their leaders.

Aaron: [opening quotation, voiceover] Pleasure in the job is perfection in the work - Aristotle

Jennifer: They wake up with no memory of the assault or how they got the permanent scar the wire leaves.
Emily: So he's branding his victims. How does he dose them?
Penelope: Houston PD still isn't sure. 'Cause, you know, date rape drugs metabolize quickly, and he's keeping them for twelve hours.
Derek: So why are they calling us in now?
Penelope: 'Cause with these most recent attacks, this piece of work has elevated sick and twisted to a whole new dimension.

Emily: [opening quotation] "My wound is geography. It is also my anchorage, my port of call." - Pat Conroy.

Joanna: This is my sister. I miss her every day! I don't if you know what that feels like, but..
Jennifer: Actually, I... I do

Kristy: Emily, there's someone at the door for you.
Emily: [standing and giving Kristy her wine glass] All right. Hold my beer. I got this.
Kristy: How much has she...
David: Two glasses, eight donuts.
Emily: [off-screen] Seven donuts!

Emily: [voiceover, opening] Tennessee Williams said: We're all of us sentenced to solitary confinement inside our own skins, for life.

Derek: [opening quote] "The darkness always lies" - Anthony Liccione

Assistant: So the shooting death of a man in custody in a police station in Roswell...
Emily: Hold on. Let's just get our facts straight first. It was a suicide, not a shooting. The man in question wasn't in custody, and he was not in a police station. Mr. Downey voluntarily agreed to speak with the police about an unsusal death in the Roswell truther community.
Assistant: And he had a concealed weapon?
Emily: The weapon wasn't detected due to a mechanical error with the metal detector that the Roswell PD had installed. There was no indication that he or anyone else would be armed.
Assistant: However, if you had questioned this group formally in a police station, the outcome might very well have been different.
Emily: The truthers distrust law enforcement. They would never have cooperated if we'd brought them into a police station.
Assistant: Perhaps not.
Emily: And ultimately, that decision allowed us to find the person responsible for the murder of a local man.
Assistant: At the cost of another. And then there's the death SSA Stephen Walker, your team member. You knew Agent Walker. You worked with him on assignment in France. You recruited him to join the BAU.
Emily: He was an exemplary agent.
Assistant: SSA Walker was the first agent to die in the field in the BAU's storied history.

Derek: [after phone call with the unsub and Trish] Guys, she wasn't blindfolded
Jason: No
Derek: If she's seen his face... as soon as he gets that money...
Jason: He'll kill her!

Penelope: Oh my gosh! You guys, this might be a record. It's just a little bit after New Year's and we're actually celebrating our MHM tonight. Aren't you excited?
Matt: I will be in a minute.
[Turns to JJ]
Matt: What's MHM?
Jennifer: Oh, uh, Garcia named them. It's a Missed Holiday Meal
Penelope: Or as I like to call them: mm, hmm

Doug: [stepping from the shower] You know, I gotta say, that was one hell of a welcome to Austin.

Emily: [Picks up her phone] Garcia, what have you got?
Penelope: I have a great deal of rage and sorrow over reading a whole bunch of sexist, racist and homophobic rants
Emily: The "No Means Yes"-website?
Penelope: Yes, and by that I mean yes

Detective: This Garcia girl of yours is good.
Dr. Spencer Reid: That's an understatement.
Detective: Hey, you can't go wrong with a Latina at the controls.
Derek: Yeah, that's my girl. But, uh, she's not nearly as Latino as the name sounds.

Jason: [putting his hands in the air] Go ahead, shoot me.
Tim: You think I'm stupid?
Jason: I think you're an absolute moron.

Derek: Blake?
Alex: Yeah, what's up?
Derek: I think I figured it out! Check every shelf in that house for a wooden box
Alex: What's in the box?
Derek: The answer to this case!

Aaron: At least they left the flowers alive, right?

Penelope: Do you know how many Ashleys are in downtown Boston? Too many Ashelys! That many Ashleys. And the only thing to track her down is that she has fancies for bunnies.
Penelope: . So I am pulling the receipts from local pet shop, nothing crosses. And anyway, even if she likes bunnies, it doesn't mean that she owns bunnies. I like unicorns, I don't have unicorns. I am looking for a trail of wild geese and bunnies.

Emily: [offering Rawson a bottle] Thank you.
Mick: You guys want to watch out for this one. She's gonna have a hard time getting over me.
Emily: Like kicking a virus.
Mick: You know, I could have just missed.
Emily: With your ego? Not a chance.

Emily: There was definitely something a little strange about her.
Aaron: It's curious, one woman at the center of two serial killers.
Jennifer: Yeah, what are the odds of that?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Astronomical. By removing from the calculations serial killer groupies...
Jennifer: Sorry I asked.
Derek: You know, whether she knew it or not, maybe Helen Garrett did give Dylan something. I mean, someone once said that every seed, even malignant ones, they won't grow unless they get water from someplace.

Luke: Manny, it's Grant. This whole time, it's been Jeremy Grant.
Jeremy: I know.
Luke: What are you doing, Grant? What did you do with Manny?
Jeremy: Nothing. Yet. I only cloned his number so you couldn't trace it.

Aaron: Go ahead, Garcia.
Penelope: I want to preface this by saying I did not break any rules by getting this info so fast. I may have scraped, scratched, massaged, but no breaks. Not a one.
Aaron: Garcia.

Jennifer: Just three dead man and no witnesses
Aaron: We're looking for a homicidal serial criminal in a neighborhood populated by criminals. The challenge will be separating him from the rest
Dr. Spencer Reid: Here we have no evidence, no apparent interaction between the unsub and the victims, pre or post mortem and an indistinguishable M.O. Should be simple!

Derek: Garcia, what do we got on Cyrus?
Penelope: Um... we've got bupkis. It's like the guy never cast a shadow on the known universe. However, his predecessor, Leo Cane, is doing a seventeen-year stretch at Dearfield Federal Prison. Apparently, Libertarians do not like paying taxes.
Derek: Seventeen years for tax evasion?
Penelope: Oh, no. That would be two years for tax evasion and fifteen for going after four I.R.S. agents with a Louisville Slugger.

Stephen: How are you holding up?
Jennifer: Ugh. Well, it's been quite a year, but... this...
Stephen: You two are close.
Jennifer: He's my best friend. Yeah, he's stronger than anyone knows, but he is not equipped to be locked up.
Stephen: Well, I never thought I'd say this, but maybe the drugs are helping with any anxiety.
Jennifer: Well, I thought the same. I mean, I want him to come down, but then when he's sober, time's gonna stand still and that will drive him crazy.

Penelope: I am so sorry. I totally could have made that recipe without cilantro.
Sam: It's my fault. I should have disclosed my food allergies.
Penelope: But I could have asked.
Sam: Take a breath. The swelling's gone down.
Penelope: Now, what are we gonna do for our first Valentine's?
Sam: Whatever you want to do.
Penelope: I don't want it to always be up to me.
Sam: I thought you liked planning things.
Penelope: Yeah. But if I'm always the one planning things, then I'm always the one planning things.
Sam: You're right. So, I'm gonna make the executive decision that we are spending our first Valentine's Day at Patty's.
Penelope: Patty's, the diner?
Sam: Yeah, Patty's the diner. They have the best milkshakes in town. Come on.
Penelope: I like milkshakes.

Jennifer: [looking at family photos of Kate] Look at her. Has she always been a fish?
Patty: We started her out in swim lessons our second summer down here. When was that, Jeff, '95?
Jennifer: Who's this? Your son?
Patty: Drew.
Jennifer: So they were on the same swim team, but he looks like he's a few years younger?
Patty: Was. He had leukemia.
Jennifer: I'm so sorry.
Patty: Katie was always very protective of him. Hit her the hardest.

David: [opening quote] "When one has not had a good father, one must create one." - Friedrich Nietzche

Mary: Mr. Hotchner. Do you have children?
Aaron: Yes, I do.
Mary: Is there anything you wouldn't do for them?
Aaron: I wouldn't clean the blood of the victims off the floor.
Mary: I didn't know my son was killing anyone until he brought home that boy.
Aaron: You know, Mary, sometimes what we don't do... is every bit as powerful as what we do.
Mary: You don't understand.
Aaron: I understand that your son was drowning, and you made no effort to save him.
Mary: You don't know what I did.
Aaron: I know what you didn't do. You didn't call the police. And every day of your life, you're gonna have to ask yourself what would have happened if you'd gone to Boston to help him.
Mary: Eddy told me he was bringing me an angel. I... I wanted to protect my son. What else was I supposed to do?
Aaron: Almost anything would have been better.

Penelope: I got some dirt on your mayoral candidate, Clark Preston.
David: He's a politician. That shouldn't be hard.

David: "A mole hunt is ill-advised for those who don't want to risk their own skin." It's an old proverb I just made up

David: [closing quote] "Beware the fury of a patient man" - John Dryden

Penelope: [opening quote] "Strong men, men who are truly role models, don't need to put down women to make themselves feel powerful" - Michelle Obama

Aaron: Well, we got the Jeep right
Jason: And everything else wrong!

Dr. Spencer Reid: It's been a year since we first encountered Lynch
David: Yeah, I'll probably forget my wedding anniversary, but I'll never forget that day

Emily: [picks up her phone] You're on speaker, Garcia
Penelope: Okay, I've gone through the registered sex-offenders in a 50-mile radius of Wesser, and at the conclusion of this phone call, I'm gonna take three, maybe four, showers, scrub myself with steel wool, during which time I'm gonna tent the office, fumigate it, when it clears out, I'm gonna fill it with kittens!

Emily: Have we dispatched units to the location Scratch tried to lure us to?
Dr. Tara Lewis: I coordinated it before we left. They're on their way.
Luke: SWAT will meet us on site at Scratch's house.
Emily: I know we all want this son of a bitch's head on a platter, but SWAT has to clear every single room before we step foot inside.
Jennifer: Well, have they been briefed? This guy's traps have traps.
David: The house itself could be a setup.
Stephen: Or a waste of our time so he can get away.
Emily: Whatever it is, he's gonna try to take us by surprise. We have to be ready for anything.

Emily: But he was tortured vigorously. That's awfully vicious for a female
Luke: [Giggling] Don't kid yourself. When native-American worriers couldn't get information out of a captured prisoner, they hand him over to their women
Emily: They did?
[Luke nods yes and walks away]
Emily: I should put that tidbit on a plaque and hang it over my desk

Penelope: I found a smoking gun! Or at least the stuff that goes into the gun to make it smoke

Derek: [closing, voiceover] "For darkness restores what light cannot repair." - Joseph Brodsky

Dr. Spencer Reid: Tell me the truth!
Cat: I am! You want the truth? Your mother is an Alzheimer's ridden moron, who's getting dumber day by day and if she's dead, it's all your fault

Aaron: How's the father?
Det. Bates: Between you and me, I've cleaned up bar fights, smelled better than he does right now

Detective: Gentlemen. Detective Sanchez.
Derek: Agent Morgan, agent Rossi.
Detective: Appreciate the help. Never seen anything like this before.
David: Consider yourself fortunate.

Captain: Well, it turns out that friend of Cherry Rollins doesn't want to come in to talk
David: Probably allergic to police stations

Penelope: Okay, you can be honest. I can take it.
David: Okay, I prefer my pasta al dente, and the pancetta was a little weird.
Penelope: Oh, that's 'cause it's tofu.
David: Tofu? I give you my recipe and you do an improv?
Penelope: No, no. I followed it down to the micron, aside from the pig. Look, master of all things Italian, I am having a Fellini festival at my house this weekend, and I must serve the beautiful food of his country.
David: Maybe you should show a Disney film and stick with burgers.
Derek: You know, Rossi, you could always give Penelope a cooking lesson.
Penelope: Oh, my gosh, that would be amazing. That would be like... That would be like the Iron Chef meets the BAU. And we could do it at your house.
David: I don't have a house, I have a mansion.
Aaron: All right. Let's get started.

Penelope: Penelope, Garcia. My friends call me *wonderful* or Garcia.

Aaron: The point of hate crimes is to increase publicity, not decrease it. It's like terrorism.

Dr. Spencer Reid: I find I do some of my best work under intense terror.

Luke: What happens with us?
Rebecca: [to Tara and JJ] reassigned,
[to Luke and Emily]
Rebecca: reassigned,
[to Rossi]
Rebecca: retired

[last lines]
David: "Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation. The foundation of such a method is love." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Kristy: All right, the kids are off to my mom's. How can I help?
Emily: No, you're off-duty. Also, the more you look at this crib, the more you might consider divorce.
Kristy: Uh, yeah, I checked the color on the website. It's called "Daddy Issues Red."
Matt: I made a mistake, okay?

Dr. Tara Lewis: Scratch took Emily. I saw him.
Luke: Yeah. We know. We're looking for him.
Dr. Tara Lewis: He dosed her.
David: In the SUV while she was knocked out?
Dr. Tara Lewis: Yeah.
[flashback, with Tara narrating in voiceover]
Dr. Tara Lewis: He brought his gas with him.
Peter: Your legs are broken. Your right arm is broken. You're in severe traction, and you're paralyzed. You feel unimaginable agony all over your body unless I give you high doses of painkiller.
Jennifer: [the scene returns to the hospital] She would wake in a delusion he'd have total control over.
Luke: He thinks she knows where Hotch is, so he's trying to trick her. She's one of the smartest people we know. She'd see through it.
Jennifer: So Scratch would go even farther.
Luke: Sometimes interrogators even simulate death. Man, he could make it feel like the real thing.
Jennifer: No. That wouldn't work. Remember, Rossi, when Prentiss told us about when she died, for real died, how for her, it was just dark and cold?
David: That's right. If he made her experience some out-of-body vision, she'd know it was a lie.

Derek: [Phone rings] Hey Baby Girl, what's good?
Penelope: Hooray, happy breathing! I wasn't invited! What's the occasion?
Derek: I was just having a run with JJ
Penelope: Uh, that's boring. See, couldn't you just make something up so satiate my fabulous filthy imagination?
Derek: Cut it out

Jennifer: Rebecca had over $250 on her
Allyson: She did?
Emily: What would that kind of money get a customer?
Allyson: A lot
Jennifer: Like: all night or...
Allyson: Nowadays... yeah

John: You know who I am?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Of... of course I do, sir. I... I just... I didn't, um... expect to see a man of your position... here.
John: Here, there's no "sirs." I'm just John. This is not something you talk about at the office, especially our office.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [his phone buzzes] I'm sorry, I really do have to go.
John: Here. Here, take this. That's my one year medallion. Took me six years to get it. For the past thirteen years, I've never left home without it. Because I know if I forget that, I'll lose my gun, my credentials, my home. Everything. Hold onto it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I only have ten months.
John: I know.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's your most prized possession.
John: It is.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You're just giving it to me?
John: No. A couple of months, when you get your year, you give it back to me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I really don't understand.
John: You will.

Dr. Spencer Reid: How are you doing?
Derek: Well, I gave out all my flyers.
Dr. Spencer Reid: How many phone numbers did you get?
Derek: None. I'm working a case here, kid.
[Reid gives him a look]
Derek: Okay, four were offered, but I didn't take any of them.
[Reid gives him another look]
Derek: All right, look, let me school you a little bit. What you have to do with these ladies, just take control of the conversation. When you're talking what makes you feel like an expert?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh, statistics.
Derek: No, trust me. No. Something else.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, when I do magic.
Derek: See, that's perfect. Chicks dig magic.

Emily: I just talked to Hotch. They think he used a revolver
Derek: Who the hell uses a revolver?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Someone who doesn't want to leave shell casings behind as evidence.

Emily: This all comes back to abusive men
David: We'd be out of work if it didn't!

Derek: Hey girl, you're on speaker. Behave.
Penelope: Or what, you'll spank me?

Haley: Hi, honey. I saved you a seat.

Emily: [opening quote] "Cruelty, like every other vice, requires no motive outside of itself, it only requires opportunity" George Eliot

Aaron: Alright, find the website?
Penelope: On it and... sweet mother Gross! It's the Tinder for sociopaths!

Derek: [showing Garcia the bomb fragments] How these things are put together can tell you how the unsub thinks.
Penelope: You sound like Gideon.
Derek: Okay, ouch. Oh, you think it's bull? Okay... all right.
[showing Garcia an evidence baggie]
Derek: You see that section of pipe? Okay, that right there used to be part of the cap. It screwed onto these threads right here. But see, here's the thing: it had to be done very carefully because even if one tiny grain of powder got onto those threads while he was working, that little bit of friction would have ignited the bomb. Boom, boom, boom. See you later, unsub. Now, he didn't have to use a powder that fine. He didn't have to use threaded caps, and he didn't even have to use a steel pipe, and it would have been a whole lot safer if he hadn't. But the bomb wouldn't have been nearly as deadly. So what does that tell you about our unsub?
Penelope: He's one sick puppy?
Derek: [laughs] To say the least. One sick puppy that aims to kill. Not scare, not vandalize, or make some kind of political statement. Kill.

Lisa: [to Alvez about Garcia] There's a very colorful girl who's trying to get your attention.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [closing quotation, voiceover] Oscar Wilde said "I can resist anything, except temptation."

Dr. Tara Lewis: [closing quote] "The father said: You are always with me and everything I have is yours. But we had to celebrate and be glad, because this brother of yours was dead and is alive again. He was lost and is found" - The Gospel of Luke

Luke: Is that a body bag?
Sheriff: Damn. Another one.
Dr. Tara Lewis: What's going on?
Sheriff: Remember I said this town is on pins and needles? This is what kicked it off.
Emily: There are bodies in the lake?
Sheriff: Old bodies. Skeletons, more like. Lake Palmer is a man-made reservoir. Before it got flooded, all of this out here was just rugged canyon. So if someone drowns, they tend to get tangled in the submerged trees. Hardly ever make it back up to the surface. But with this drought...
Emily: The surface is coming down to them.

Penelope: Release the genie.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Leland Peters, did his juvie trouble ever involve another kid?
Penelope: Uh, yeah. A whole group of kids. They ran in a pack.
Jennifer: Does one name pop up more than the others?
Penelope: Oh. Like B-14 in a Bingo parlor. Jess Carney. He and Leland were thick as thieves. Literally. Stole stuff, truancy. But this is weird. At age fourteen, Jess - poof - like, disappears. His behavior took a violent turn shortly after the canyon flooded. His parents couldn't control him anymore. And as soon as the mystery presents itself, the mystery is solved. Jess was institutionalized out of state, put on antidepressants.
Luke: That would explain the arrested development. He was medicated and isolated during some crucial formative years.
Penelope: Jess returned to California when he was twenty-four and worked odd jobs in and around San Diego, and then... suddenly left the area about a month ago.
Jennifer: That's right around the time the killings started.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Do we know where Jess is now?
Penelope: Oh. Oh, we do not. After he left San Diego, he... he poof, vanished again. It's like a re-poof, I guess you'd call it.
Luke: Is there a recent photo of Carney?
Penelope: Uh, the best I have is a DMV photo from six years ago. Sending it now.

Luke: The victim is staged to face north, just like the others. Hmm.
Jennifer: What's up?
Luke: It's true north.
Sheriff: Which means?
Luke: True north is geographical accurate, unlike magnetic north.

Jennifer: [closing quote, voiceover] Wordsworth wrote "A simple child that lightly draws its breath and feels its life in every limb, what should it know of death?"

Sympathetic: If there's anything I can do...
Aaron: [shakes hand] Thank you.
Evidence: I'm so sorry for your loss.
Aaron: Thank you, Gina. Thank you for coming.
David: [next in receiving line] I think you could use some air. Jack's okay. I saw him with his cousins.
Aaron: Okay. Jessica, would you make sure that, uh, Jack gets something to eat?
Jessica: Sure.
Aaron: I'll be right back. Thanks.
[follows Rossi and the men pass the team sitting in chairs at a table, and go off-screen]
Emily: [gravely] What do we do?
Derek: There's nothin' we can do. We just gotta wait him out.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [looks up] You think he'll ever come back?
Jennifer: [stoically] Would you?
Derek: He'll come back. I just don't know what he's gonna look like when he does.
Jennifer: We just... need to be there for him when he's ready.

Penelope: [opening quotation] "The only reason why we ask other people how their weekend was is so we can tell them about our own weekend." - Chuck Palahniuk.

Emily: You want to talk about it?
Dr. Tara Lewis: No.
Emily: It's okay to tap out if you want.
Dr. Tara Lewis: No. Emily, I can do this.
Emily: Has she said anything that points to her involvement in the murders? Have you gotten any answers out of her?
[Tara shakes her head no]
Emily: Maybe it's time to change up the strategy.

Luke: JJ, this is a highwayman's hitch knot. It self-releases. Bethany could have escaped any time she wanted.

David: Long term hostage, that's rare. We got another Ariel Castro here?
Penelope: Huh, funny that you say that. Not funny ha-ha, funny weird

David: He's had to rebuild it several times now. Parts can't be easy to find for a truck that old
Penelope: I smell what you're cooking, agent. Checking auto suppliers in Bend... yeah, Rossi get's a fruit cup at lunch!

Penelope: Okay, I'm sharing something I haven't told anyone. Every time we have a stalker case, I think Rosanna Arquette.
Jennifer: The whole Arquette family to choose from and you go with Rosanna
Penelope: Of course I go for Rosanna, because Rosanna Arquette was the inspiration for two seminal songs of my childhood - 'Rosanna' by Toto, obviously, and 'In Your Eyes' by Peter Gabriel - which gives one pause to think of the myriad of ways a man can be obsessed by a woman, and what is she doing in bed to inspire that kind of obsession, and can she teach us, because I want to know...
Jennifer: [looking at a picture] Whoa.

Aaron: This team can't function if I don't trust the people on it!

Dr. Tara Lewis: [closing quote] "Holding on is believing that there is only a past, letting go is knowing there is a future" - Daphne Rose Kingma

Jennifer: Evanescence, Linkin Park, and Nickelback.
Derek: So Herman Scobie's into that nu-metal goth stuff.
Jennifer: Yeah, and his tramp stamp probably spells out *Massengill*. This guy doesn't ever have any Rage Against The Machine. I rock.
Dr. Spencer Reid: How old were you when you started listening to that band?
Jennifer: I was probably a teenager. Why?
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, 14 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.
Derek: We stop listening to the music that our parents put on and we start listening to the music that our friends listen to.
Dr. Spencer Reid: And those 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 which we listen to at age 14.
Jennifer: Herman Scobie's what, 30?
Derek: If that.
Jennifer: Okay, so mid to late '90s is when he started to take music seriously, stuff like this.
Derek: And the Piano Man's songs were all early '80s.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Which means the signature doesn't fit. Herman Scobie's too young to be the Piano Man.

Dr. Tara Lewis: You know, all of your friends have lawyered up, called us Nazis, or both. But you haven't.
Melissa: So?
Dr. Tara Lewis: So that tells me you want to get to the bottom of this just as much as we do.
Melissa: Do you know what a podcast is?
Dr. Tara Lewis: I do.
Melissa: Well, I have one. So if we're actually gonna do this, you give me back my phone and I record our conversation for my podcast, 'cause I'm not talking to you without documenting everything.
Dr. Tara Lewis: You want this on the record?
Melissa: Of course. I want this on the record. Otherwise I'm lawyering up with all my friends. So what do you say?

David: You know what we're looking at: 99% of abducted children are killed in the first 24 hours
Capt. Lancaster: I know. I'm gonna check on them
[Walks away]
David: We saw the pictures, we know what this guy does to little boys
Derek: Rossi, Kyle Murphy might be the 1% that makes it
David: Could take a miracle
Derek: For his sake, let's hope we get one

Aaron: We believe the unsub we're looking for is a white female who, based upon the organizational level of the crimes, is in her late 30s to early 40s.
Emily: We also believe that something in the last few days has triggered her to think that killing was the only way she was gonna be able to obtain a child. Consequently, the foster families that did not have a child in their care when she visited became her victims.
David: Because all these families recently had children in their homes, we believe our unsub is motivated by maternal desire.
Jennifer: Maternal desire is the profound emotional need to mother a baby. This stems from either the tragic loss of her own child, or the inability to have one at all.
Dr. Spencer Reid: This unsub may also fantasize that someone else's baby belongs to her, and this emotion feels beyond her control. A... a woman who miscarries sometimes projects onto someone else's baby, and then sets out to take that child.
Derek: This may cause our unsub to do something drastic, like commit a Caesarian abduction, or kidnap a random kid. The speed at which the kills are occurring suggests that our unsub is frustrated and devolving.
Jennifer: This is causing her to go on a spree, which usually ends in a very high body count and suicide by cop.
Derek: So we should look at anyone who was pregnant and suffering from postpartum psychosis.
David: We also need to check those who worked for or had access to the local foster system.
Aaron: Thank you. Any questions?
[all of the local police officers raise their hands]

Penelope: You work for the CIA?
Jason: Not officially

David: [opening quote, voiceover] "Within the core of each of us is the child we once were. This child constitutes the foundation of what we have become, who we are, and what we will be." - Neuroscientist Dr. R. Joseph.

Penelope: You know, I would love one day to interrupt you on the jet to report you that a stray puppy was found and saved and given the best home ever, but it's not gonna to be today, because there's been another shooting!

Derek: [closing quotation, voiceover] "Dwell in peace in the home of your own being, and the messenger of death will not be able to touch you." - Guru Nanak.

voice: The *real* problem is that nobody really cares! This is going to be on the news until the next reality star has a baby!

Don: So, you're dating my daughter?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [They shake hands] Spencer Reid, sir! Not quite the way I was expecting we'd meet
Don: Well, Mike Davis aside, Max is pretty good at picking a boyfriend
David: He's not her boyfriend

Alex: And the auto shop aids in conversion how?
Connor: We found that immersing the boys in traditional male gender roles stimulates an appreciation of their own masculinity.

Elle: You think Cheryl's a whack job because she claims she can feel her sister's anxiety?
Derek: I never said "whack job".

Suzanne: Thank you for being here
Jason: Wish we didn't have to be

Jennifer: So, they've already set up a task force in Los Angeles
David: This isn't their first serial case
Jennifer: You remember detective Owen Kim?
Aaron: From the stalker case
Jennifer: Yeah, you remember that case, don't you Spence?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I do remember that case
Jennifer: Yeah, ever talked to, uhm, Lila anymore?
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, we should probably focus on this case right now. It's a little more pertinet

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quote] "God sometimes takes us into troubled waters, not to drown us, but to cleanse us" - unknown

Penelope: Okay, guys, I just got Samantha Malcolm's medical records, and... oh, my God, she was doomed. Like Emily Bronte doomed, like Shakespeare doomed, like red-shirted ensign in "Star Trek" doomed.

Penelope: [Reid calls] Braincells, what do you need?

Dr. Spencer Reid: Could you guys do me a favor?
Derek: Anything.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Could at least one of you look like you're going to see me again?
Aaron: See you when you get back.

Det. Ware: Don't you ever wish it didn't matter?
Derek: "It"?
Det. Ware: Color.
Derek: Judge me by the content of my character.
Det. Ware: I mean, why does it even have to be part of the equation? People are dying. We need to get the bad guy. That should be it. No half-cocked reverends running around, getting people mad about the wrong thing. No mayors so afraid of offending black folks, he doesn't even wanna tell the community what to look out for.
Det. Ware: It's exhausting sometimes.
Derek: It's the way it's always been, man. Politicians, community leaders, they do what they do. You and me, we do what we do. We're the foot soldiers in these streets getting the job done.

Derek: I don't take kindly to being blown up. In fact, it kind of pisses me off.

Krystall: [phone pings] It's Portia
David: So how is my soon-to-be stepdaughter been doing?
Krystall: She likes to share quotes with me. Here's todays:
Krystall: [opening quote] Stephen King wrote: "The most important things are the hardest to say"

Penelope: You got a ring? You bought a ring, and I had to hear it from Portia and not you?
David: Penelope...
Penelope: Look, I know I'm not your daughter, and Portia's gonna be your daughter thanks to your pending nuptials. But I'm kind of like your daughter, so...
David: Penelope, uh...
Penelope: [mortified] K-Krystall's behind that door right now, which means that she knows that you got her...
[Rossi opens the door]
Penelope: engagement ring.
Krystall: Hi, Penelope. It's good to see you.
Penelope: Oh... there's no way I can un-ruin this?
David: Oh, that cat is so far out of the bag.
Penelope: Uh... I don't like cats being in bags usually, but right now, I'm very sorry, sir.

Penelope: [closing quote] "Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light" - Helen Keller

Aaron: G.K. Chesterton wrote, "Fairy tales do not tell children dragons exist. Children already know the dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed."

[last lines]
Beth: Hotchner!
Aaron: Beth! Jack, there's someone I want you to meet. Come here.
Beth: You were amazing, congratulations!
Aaron: Thanks. Beth, I'd like you to meet my son Jack.
Beth: Hi.
Aaron: Jack, this is my friend Beth.
Beth: Hey there, Jack. It's nice to meet you.
Jack: Do you work with my dad, too?
Beth: No, we're just friends. Hey, don't tell me you made that.
Jack: Yep. I colored it myself and put the sparkles on, too.
Beth: You know what? I look at art all day long, and that, my friend, is pretty good.
Jack: Thank you.
Beth: You're welcome.
Aaron: We were gonna go get something to eat. You want to come?
Beth: Sure.
Aaron: Okay. Great. Come on, buddy.

Assistant: You're aware this month marks the one year anniversary of Agent Reid's arrest in Mexico?
Jennifer: I was aware that was coming up, yes.
Assistant: When something like this happens, it's standard operating procedure for the Director to initiate an internal audit. I've been asked to go over the BAU's case load to make sure that you're following protocol.
Jennifer: We work by the book, always.
Assistant: Then this should be a fairly painless process.
Jennifer: Of course.
Assistant: As team leader, Agent Prentiss will need to give a full account of the BAU's actions. That's why, effective immediately, you will be the acting head of the Behavioral Analysis Unit. Pending further review, you and your team will remain on active duty. Agent Jareau, as a courtesy, I chose to inform you first. I'll be speaking with Agent Prentiss in the morning, so I'd appreciate it if you'd keep this between us until you hear from me.

Luke: So, eh... I was thinking... since we're not going to work together anymore, and.. that, eh... maybe... maybe I could take you to dinner
Penelope: [flabbergasted] Yeah
Luke: Yeah?
Penelope: [smiling] Yeah!
Luke: We'll eat
Penelope: I... eh, yeah!
Luke: Cool
Penelope: Mm, hmm!

Jim: Yesterday would have been the first time I'd seen her in a month and a half
Aaron: A colleague of mine asked me the other day how my son was enjoying the Christmas present he got from him and I had to make up an answer, because I didn't know

Penelope: [picking up here phone] Talk to me with your face, Tara Lewis
Dr. Tara Lewis: Garcia, we need you to do some more digging
Penelope: I was born with a shovel in my hand. No, a backhoe!

[Lyla is explaining her history with Cy in high school]
Lyla: I didn't know what to do. My friends laughed, but... I didn't want to be mean, so I went in the closet with him.
Derek: And what happened next?
Lyla: I let him feel me up.
Emily: How did he behave after that?
Lyla: He started following me around at school. Then one day, he overheard me tell a friend how gross I thought he was.
Derek: How he talked, how he smelled.
Matt: [Lyla nods] Why didn't you tell me this?
Lyla: I was sixteen. We had just started dating.
Emily: Does Cy know about your recent marital problems?
Matt: Yeah. I... I told him a couple of months ago.
Derek: [to Lyla] And then he probably started making advances towards you which you had to reject.
Emily: That's what triggered the killings.
Lyla: [crying] I did this?
Derek: No. No, ma'am. The events did.

Special: How did she know to call Reid?
Penelope: Nathan set Reid's business card on the table before he cut himself. Like a suicide note.

David: You're okay?
Agent: Yeah, I just need to build a thicker skin
David: You don't need to anything you don't want to! You understand?

David: This car becomes an abduction vehicle and a dumping site.
Dr. Spencer Reid: According to missing persons' reports, he holds on to them for all about a week. Do we know what he does with them during that time?
Penelope: Yes, unfortunately we do, and that information is on your tablets in picture form. And if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go to my happy place.

Aaron: [voiceover] Stephen King wrote, "Sometimes human places create inhuman monsters."

Agent: We've been getting statements from anyone who was anywhere inside the building at the time of the shootings. Glad to have your help with that.
Emily: Of course. Forming any theories?
Agent: Well, we're all over the map, because a lot of things don't seem to be adding up. That's why we need help from the BAU.
Emily: What's not adding up?
Agent: Different things. For instance, I took a statement from the receptionist. She said the security guard, Douglas Bell, came into the area. She saw his weapon drawn.
Emily: Makes sense. He was responding to shots fired.
Agent: The guy did two tours in Afghanistan and he was shot multiple times, mid range, in the head and torso.
Emily: How many shots did Bell fire?
Agent: None. His firearm was in his hand when we found the body, but it hadn't been fired.
Emily: He might have recognized the gunman. That could have made him hesitate. He was trained to return fire. You're right. It doesn't add up.

Aaron: How clear is your head?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Not very clear.
Aaron: I want to talk to her parents but I want you to observe the interview.

Penelope: What do you want, newbie?
Luke: Still with that? Come on. You need some new material.
Penelope: Okay, whatever you say... El Nuño. Hunky newster. New kid on the... no, that one's too much on the nose.

Emily: [opening quote, voiceover] Author Christian Nestell Bovee once wrote "No man is happy without a delusion of some kind. Delusions are as necessary to our happiness as realities."

Emily: Okay, get back to us
Penelope: You know it. Garcia down, but not out!

Aaron: [closing quote, voiceover] "It is a wise father who knows his own child." - William Shakespeare.

David: Did your fiancée say anything that sounded out of the ordinary?
Michael: No. She sounded like herself, considering the circumstances.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You say that her lexical features are consistent with her vernacular?
Michael: Huh?
David: Are the words hers?

David: You're an excellent dad, Aaron. Don't you ever forget it.

Detective: According to neighbors, somebody noticed an open window early this morning and alerted authorities.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Nothing violates one's sense of security more than being attacked in their own home.

David: [opening quotation] "A good husband makes a good wife." - John Florio.

Dr. Spencer Reid: What was in those vials?
Matt: Yeah. There are some nootropic compounds like Ampalex, uh, but also some more natural stuff; coral calcium, jimsonweed, coconut oil, a variety of vitamins; B12, D3.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Where are we right now?
Matt: Matamoros, northern Mexico.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Jimsonweed, otherwise known as the Devil's snare, originated in Mexico, but its natural growing region is further north or south of the border.
Emily: Now that sounds like you.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [phoning] Hello.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: What's wrong?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Nothing.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Well, it's not Sunday. We talk on Sunday.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I know. I, ah, just thought I'd call.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Ah, you scared me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sorry.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I thought it was an emergency.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, it's not an emergency.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Yeah? Are you sure? How are your headaches?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Good. I mean, I mean they're gone.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Yeah? Are you taking your riboflavin and the magnesium?
Dr. Spencer Reid: In equal doses, and a sporadic shot of B2 like you said.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: And sleep? Are you letting your gray matter rest?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm working on it.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: What's so funny?
Dr. Spencer Reid: What? I didn't laugh.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Something's amusing you. I can hear it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You can hear my body language?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I'm a very good listener.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I guess I just... I think it's funny how we've been doing this for six months and we've never met. You know, like one Google search of me and you'll find my FBI file photo, but I have absolutely no idea what you look like. I've shaved, by the way, since then. I used to be sort of fascinated with the yeti and I thought that maybe if I...
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I don't know what you look like either.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [pause] Really?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: No. The only intimate part of you I've seen is your brain when I studied the MRI you sent me. That's when I said, "This is a guy I need to get to know."
Dr. Spencer Reid: Thanks. That's really nice of you to say.
[his mobile beeps]

Aaron: How many others are there?
Jacob: I only have a few hours left and though I like you and I do like you, I'd like to be alone now. Good meeting you, Hotch
Aaron: I'm not done yet!
Jacob: Oh, me neither!

Penelope: Morning
Tyler: [walks in] Morning
Penelope: How did you sleep?
Tyler: My cell doesn't have a matrass, so... no... not great
Penelope: Oh, that sucks. I slept amazing, big bed, plenty of pillows that non-criminals sleep in

Dr. Tara Lewis: What's up, Rossi?
David: They identified the bird DNA in Henning as coming from a scarlet macaw
Jennifer: Hm, hm, and?
David: That got me thinking about turritopsis dohrnii
Dr. Tara Lewis: Turri... what?
David: Eh, it's called the immortal jellyfish. Uhm,
[starts reading from his notes]
David: endlessly recycles its own cells for a process called trans-differentiation, a kind of lineage reprogramming
Jennifer: Oh my goodness! Dr. Spencer Reid, master of disguise!
David: No disguise, I called the kid last night

Dr. Tara Lewis: Don't forget boredom. I mean, she had a really exciting couple of days there. Not to brag, but we are a more scintillating company than most inmates and guards
Dr. Spencer Reid: I overheard the arrangement you made with Antonia in German. You promised to tell her truth after the case was over if she helped us out. You gonna follow through?
Dr. Tara Lewis: Hell no. Look, of all the serial killer types, the ones I find most dangerous are the hyper-intelligent ones that get off more on the mind games than the killing. They're like vampires, ready to suck your soul dry and file your information away for a rainy day
Jennifer: Yeah, that's Antonia
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, we got what we from her. I say we move on

Penelope: [closing quote] Mitch Albom said: "Death ends a life, not a relationship"

Celine: Hello, thanks for the bottle of champagne! Bartender told me you send it
David: So much for being a secret admirer
Celine: I am Celine Destin. This is my friend Audrey Hanson
David: David Rossi and my friend Aaron Hotchner
Aaron: Hi, how do you do?
Audrey: Hi
Aaron: Nice to meet you.
Celine: Hi
Aaron: Hi, how are you?
Celine: Strong silent types
Audrey: Yeah
Celine: Intelligent, honest eyes, so you're not politicians
[both women laugh]
Audrey: FBI?
David: Wow, you two could be profilers
Celine: Well, Audry practically is! I mean she's in marketing

Patricia: In the end, I just write about violent crime. The real heroes are the people here beside me. Now, give a warm welcome to our next speaker, Dr. Spencer Reid of the BAU.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Thank you. Thanks. Patricia Cornwell, ladies and gentlemen. Ms. Cornwell will be signing books at the end of the session.
[microphone howling occurs]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sorry. Uh. Hi. I am here today to talk to you about paraphilias and their relation to violent crime. Does anybody know what dendrophilia is? Yes, a fetish for trees.

Penelope: Prentiss texted Hotch?
Dr. Spencer Reid: According to Stephen's documentation, yes.
Matt: It must have been a coordinated attempt to share intel. Would Hotch have exposed himself like this?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No! And neither would she. I mean, she wouldn't rely on a hackable app, and she sure wouldnt write "A.H." in a text. That defeats the purpose of compartmentalizing the investigation.
Penelope: It was a smokescreen.
Matt: Stephen had a background in counterintelligence. He must have designed this. He... he faked the Hotch side of the conversation to entice Scratch to make a move.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The size and scale of which indicate desperation, a desperation he hasn't shown after a year of hiding, so why now?
Matt: "A.H." is a pretty big red flag. Maybe that's what brought him out.
Penelope: Well, they used Hotch's initials in other texts before.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Then they found something else. Something they knew would rattle him.

Jason: Doesn't anybody ever go home?
Elle: You're here
Jason: Exactly! Trust me; you don't want to model your social life after mine
Jennifer: If it makes you feel any better: Hotchner and Morgan took off
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hotch is married, Morgan is just, you know, Morgan

Derek: This is an inherent contradiction about who this victim is
David: Only one?

Derek: [voiceover, opening] Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote : And out of the darkness came the hands that reach thro' nature, moulding men.

Lisa: Listen, I wanted to thank you again for dinner, but I don't think it's gonna work out between us.
Luke: Okay. Um, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed. I mean, I-I thought we hit it off. But, uh, I guess I was wrong. Am I wrong?
Lisa: No. But... for any relationship to work, I believe it needs to be truthful, and at dinner, you weren't honest with me.
Luke: What are you talking about?
Lisa: You told me you don't have kids.
Luke: I don't.
Lisa: Your co-worker, Garcia, before you two left, she said you'd need a sitter for your sweet little girl.
Luke: [connecting the dots] Roxy.
Lisa: That's her name?
Luke: Yeah, but she's not my daughter. She's my dog.
Lisa: A dog?
Luke: Yeah. A very sweet Belgian Malinois.
Lisa: Oh, boy. Do I feel like a jerk.

Dr. Tara Lewis: 300 invisible soldiers of Gideon. Coincidence?
Emily: Gideon was no longer on the team when we were at the ranch. It could be connected, but...

Dr. Tara Lewis: [opening quote] And think not that you can direct the course of love... if it finds you worthy it directs your course - Kahlil Gibran, the Prophet

Derek: Is that wise?
Aaron: No, but it is an order!

David: It can't get any worse

Alex: [opening quote] "Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet" - Vietnamese proverb

Penelope: Nothing sticks out, but I am the queen of lots of things, including subtlety.
[JJ & Kate frown towards each other]
Penelope: Oh shut up, I am taking about deftly sift through information stuff!

Penelope: So, what's the other reason you're not going with the team?
Derek: Baby girl, I made a promise to my son. Now, obviously he's not old enough to understand it, but that's not what matters. My promise was that I would come home to him every night, and so far I haven't broken it.
Penelope: How is Hank?
Derek: He just started walking.
[he laughs, and pantomimes]
Derek: Well, it's more like this little waddle. But the kid is walking. You know, I had no idea that I could love this much.

Jennifer: Emily
Emily: Yeah?
Jennifer: How come none of this gets you?
Emily: What do you mean?
Jennifer: You came off a desk job, now suddenly you're in a field, surrounded by mutilated bodies and you don't even flinch
Aaron: She's right. You've never blinked
Emily: I... guess... maybe... I can compartmentalize better than most people

Dr. Spencer Reid: If it is alright with you, doctor Bateman, I'd like to order a few additional blood tests
Dr. Michael Bateman: Okay
Dr. Spencer Reid: So, a PTT, APTT, along with FDP, and creatine kinase, creatine calcium, PO4 and CK-serum as well as type and screen and electrolytes to start with
Dr. Michael Bateman: Uh, agent Jareau introduced you as Dr. Reid, but I didn't think you were a medical doctor
Dr. Spencer Reid: Oh, I'm not

Dr. Spencer Reid: Garcia, were there any female bodies found in Roanoke County the past few days?
Penelope: Let me check the crystal web ball

Alex: So Mom's been manipulating Jesse from the beginning. To do what?
Aaron: To kill Wallace.
Jennifer: Is she capable of that?
Aaron: She's a vindictive narcissist whose entire self-image is wrapped up in being the perfect mother.

Penelope: [close quote] "Each relationship nurtures a strength or weakness within you" - Michael Murdock

Dr. Tara Lewis: [opening quotation] "If you don't know someone who's had a problem with addiction, you will." - Dana Boente.

Jennifer: Spence, uhm... , uhm, I have always loved you. I was too scared to say it before... and now things are just really too complicated to say it now. I'm sorry, but you should know

Jennifer: [visiting Reid and hearing other inmates' catcalling] It's okay.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hmm?
Jennifer: It's not my first time in a prison. I can handle it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sorry. I don't want them looking at you.
Jennifer: I know. I don't, either. But if that's the price I have to pay to see you, I'm okay with that.

Nick: [admiring Rossi's shoes] Do you wear an "E"?
David: Why don't I boot you in the ass, and you can tell me?

Luke: What bumps me is how the unsub disposed of the barrel. I mean, there is no way that he lifted that sucker up. It must weigh...
Dr. Spencer Reid: 542 pounds, give or take. Uh, depending on such factors as moisture content of the concrete, the victim's body weight, and the laws of displacements
Luke: Which still begs the question: how did he lift it?

Aaron: [voiceover] Herman Hesse wrote: "Some of us think holding on makes us strong, but sometimes it is letting go."

Dr. Weiss: C.O.D. on Paul McEntee was two successive gunshot wounds to the back of the head at close range with a .40 caliber pistol. Same as the first three.
Emily: So he controlled them with the gun. Did he torture them at all?
Dr. Weiss: There's no evidence of hematoma anywhere on his body, but there is pre-mortem bruising to his wrists.
Luke: If he's a professional, why go through all the trouble of tying him up just to kill him in there?
Emily: Maybe he wanted to muffle the sound? .40 cal's a big gun with a big bang.
Dr. Weiss: I also found sodium hypochlorite in his mouth, throat, and stomach.
Luke: Sodium hypochlorite? That's household bleach, isn't it?
Dr. Weiss: That's right. He made him drink an entire bottle's worth.
Emily: So he could have let him die from the poisoning, but he chose not to. That's a pretty clear message. "You're a rat, so I'm gonna silence you first by burning your mouth and throat, and then I'll kill you."
Luke: He did this to all of them, didn't he?
Dr. Weiss: He did.
Emily: Have you seen this before?
Luke: Yeah, I have. In Mexico.

Aaron: [opening quote, voiceover] "We all die. The goal isn't to live forever. The goal is to create something that will." - Chuck Palahniuk.

Jason: I'll be lost in a cabin in the woods for the next two weeks. Do not call me for anything. Have a great time. You all deserve a break. Seriously, don't... don't call.

David: [in 1992, Rossi is at the morgue] He held her but he didn't feed her, so she's weak. It's his sadistic way to subdue her.
Dr. Castro: Several defensive wounds on her hands and forearms. She put up a hell of a fight.
David: Atta girl.

Dr. Spencer Reid: We have to hope Maya follows the rules. The shelter says the women are supposed to remain in hiding for at least two months. They're supposed to stay behind closed windows, closed doors. Volunteers bring supplies and food to them.
Agent: Maya left her husband six weeks ago, so the killer's gotta wait another two weeks for her to come out. There's a good chance he'll give up. He can't wait forever.
Aaron: Well, a sniper can wait up to seventy-two hours without sleeping.
Agent: Seriously?
David: That's part of their training. They can stay awake for seventy-two hours and reamin completely focused on their target.
Agent: How?
Aaron: By using a mental exercise called fantasy integration. The sniper creates a scenario involving the target that keeps that person at the forefront of their mind.
Derek: Often, they'll imagine a place where they're with the target doing something together that takes time; for example, building a car.
Jennifer: For some, the fantasy begins the minute they're assigned a target, and nothing will distract them.
Agent: So as long as she stays inside, she should be safe, right?
Alex: The problem is staying cooped up for a couple months without a breath of fresh air is hard to do.
David: It's what the sniper's counting on, and she has no idea he's waiting for her.

Penelope: Attention, intrepid BAU adventurers. The land of Bermuda shorts, white leisure suits, and Sansabelt slacks requests your presence.
David: Vegas?
Derek: Arizona?
Emily: Palm Springs?
Aaron: Please.
Penelope: I was going to say Miami, but point well made about the dizzying number of locales with unfortunate fashion tendencies. Here we go.

Derek: You see, what I need is a list of everyone you've victimized.
Carl: You still like mint chocolate-chip ice cream?
Derek: The U.S. Attorney has offered immunity. They won't charge you with molesting any of the boys on this list as long as this list is complete.
Carl: Or was it butter pecan?
Derek: You leave even one name off that list, this deal is dead.
Carl: Are you threatening me, D.?
Derek: With my hand on the Qur'an. See, right now, you're in here for serial murder. And I bet that gives you a whole lot of credit out there in the yard. Am I right? But what do you think would happen if the brothers in here learned what you were really guilty of? So let me be direct, Mohammed, start writing.
Carl: I'll give you the list on one condition. All I want is a handshake. That's it. A gentleman's agreement. What do you say?
[shakes hands]
Carl: You were always special, Derek. You may have me in here, but there's a whole lot more of me out there, boy.
Aaron: You didn't have to shake his hand.
Derek: It's a long list, Hotch.
Aaron: This UnSub's devolving. He'll stand out. He won't be hard to find.
Derek: I'm gonna use the head before we leave.

David: [opening, voiceover] "Dreams are true while they last, and do we not live in dreams?" - Alfred Lord Tennyson

[last lines]
Section: You always here this late?
Jennifer: Pretty much, yeah. Every time your name was mentioned today and every time I didn't say, "Hey, yeah, I know him," I'm lying.
Section: I know it's not easy. I don't like it either.
Jennifer: We're surrounded by profilers, Matt. One side glance and they're gonna figure it all out.
Section: Separating us in the field was smart.
Jennifer: It was the only way. Look, I... I know why we can't tell them. I get that, but... We can't have too many of these conversations either.
Section: That case could stay open for a couple years.
Jennifer: It's already been almost three.
Jennifer: Did you take this position because of me?
Section: No, no. Trust me, I walked into the Hoover Building this morning and was told drive out to Quantico immediately. So, someone put this transfer on the fast track.
Jennifer: State?
Section: They wouldn't admit it if they did.
Jennifer: True.
Section: This... us... We're good, right?
Jennifer: Yeah.
Section: Okay. You want to meet at the Air and Space in the morning? Run some sprints?
Jennifer: I'm going to make breakfast for my boys.
Section: Great plan.
David: [walks to them and pushes the elevator button] Going home?
Jennifer: Yeah.
David: Cruz?
Section: I've got some work to do. Good night.
Jennifer: Good night.
David: Good night.
[getting in the elevator after JJ]
David: You good?
Jennifer: Yeah. All good.

Evan: You know what? All I have to do is turn up the morphine and you'll be dead.

David: [finding evidence at Belser's apartment] Look at these.
Derek: Garage door openers?
David: Universal garage door openers. This solves the problem of having to copy a key. Some drivers are smart enough to use a valet key, but no one thinks to take a garage door opener with them.
Emily: That's how he got into Melissa Johnson's house. We only found prints on the interior garage door. We thought it was from when he moved the dog into the garage.
David: People rarely think to lock a door that lies beyond another locked door.

Emily: I wonder why some men are like Craig Kaline
Dr. Tara Lewis: What? Horn dogs you mean?
Emily: Is that the medical term?

Emily: [walking in hall on JJ's left] So, you finished the course?
Jennifer: [some pride in her voice] Mmmhmmm. And completed my case rotation.
Emily: Hotch says he's never seen a rookie profiler analyze and write up cases as well as you.
Jennifer: He said that?
Emily: [laughing somewhat as she begins to talk] Yeah, well, after all the cases you presented over the years, I'm not surprised.
Jennifer: Hmm. Hey, where have you been?
[camera quickly pans to Spencer and Emily and JJ catch up]
Jennifer: I wanted to do brunch this weekend.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [feigns busyness] I had to deal with some stuff with my mom; have you seen Garcia?
[walks ahead and they stop]
Jennifer: [question in her voice] Uh, she's with Rossi...
[gestures to Reid]
Jennifer: he hates me.
Emily: [scoffs sympathetically] Mm, he was just busy.
Emily: Let it go.

David: [voiceover] "To die is poignantly bitter, but the idea of having to die without having lived is unbearable." ~~ Erich Fromm

Moretti: [Watching Hotch removing a chip from a cell phone] I don't know about this
Aaron: Well, it looks better when it's covered
Moretti: With what?
Aaron: Blood!

Aaron: The unsub we're looking for is a dangerous voyeur, who feeds off the thrill of knowing his victims can't see him.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Typically, voyeurs are non-violent and content to remain bystanders. This one is different; he's on a mission that includes taking action.
Aaron: And in that mission, he didn't hesitate to kill a teenage boy. Anyone who stands between him and his goal is at risk.
Alex: We believe he's documenting his work. He's taking pictures and collects personal connections to his victims; their wallets and their hair.
David: It's important to him to have proof of what he's doing.
Derek: Voyeurs like to create fantasies in their heads of what the objects of their obsession should be like.
David: He creates a character identity instead of a reality, and when a person steps outside of the parameters that the unsub has set for them, he strikes.
Jennifer: This unsub appears to be triggered by males acting on what he perceives to be character flaws. Seemingly innocuous infractions to us are magnified in the unsub's psychosis.
Aaron: Based on the planning and sophistication of the kills, we believe that he's in his late thirties or forties.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The geographic profile tells us this unsub is not only dumping his victims downtown, he's hunting there, too.
Derek: So this is where we need to redouble our efforts. Go building to building, door to door. This guy's a fly on the wall; he's able to leanr secrets without anyone realizing he's there.
Alex: He'll have a job that involves very little social interaction, but that puts him in a position where he can observe others unnoticed.
Jennifer: So we should look at service workers, groundskeepers, anyone paid to be invisible.
Aaron: And we need to move quickly. This unsub is approaching some sort of perceived deadline. The closer it gets, the more erratic and dangerous he'll become.

Penelope: [closing quote] "When wounds are healed by love, the scars are beautiful" - David Bowles

Peter: Taking a little mindfulness break? Trying to control your breathing? That's smart. It'll keep you sane. And I need you sane.

Penelope: [Starts video call] Hello, my... Sorry, it appears my internal salutation generator is broken due to this morning's gut punch. All I can come up with is: Hello

State: We've located John Owen, the missing employee. He's been at a *Doctor Who* convention in San Diego since Saturday. It was a scheduled vacation.
David: Lucky guy.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'll say. That's supposed to be an awesome convention.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Slitting someone's throat is quick and efficient
Emily: That's because the real target was down the hall
Agent: She has a name
Emily: What?
Agent: She's not "the target". Her name is Cate, she's ten years old
Emily: Right

Penelope: [voiceover] Abraham Lincoln said, "Whatever you are, be a good one."

Dr. Spencer Reid: Yes, statistically, actually 43 percent of predators...

Aaron: [opening, voiceover] French novelist Jean Giraudoux said, "I'm not afraid of death. It's the stake one puts up in order to play the game of life."

Aaron: I'm the only thing standing between you and a bullet.
Gary: Bring it. I always wanted die in a donut shop.

Dr. Spencer Reid: How about 10 pairs of shoes? I mean, that has to be enough, right? Ten?
Jennifer: Spence, it's different with the ladies. We need them to match our belts, our handbags, our skirts, and the fashions change with the seasons.
Penelope: Yes. Boys are so boring. Pants, shoes, out the door.
Emily: Although, it's not like men don't have their things. I dated a golfer once. He had 12 putters in his closet. But this conversation is reminding me I need new boots.
Penelope: They're having a sale at DeMille's on those tall-shaft kitty heels. You like those. Do you want to go?
Emily: Yeah.
Derek: You getting all this, kid?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Guys, I think these numbers are dates. If you reverse them and chop off the 11 at the beginning and end...
Aaron: That's two days after each woman went missing.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's more than that, though. Look. March 1st is Saint Eichatadt day. March 21st is the spring equinox, and the 24th is the Feast of the Beast. All important holidays in the Satanic calendar for sacrifices.
Derek: What about the 11 on the end?
Dr. Spencer Reid: To many occultists 11 is symbolic of Lucifer.
Jennifer: Okay, I thought we were moving away from Satanic killings.
Aaron: Apparently we need to reconsider.
Dr. Spencer Reid: There's gotta be some sort of connection to the Devil here.
Aaron: Reid, what other upcoming dates are significant to Satanists?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Good Friday, then Easter eve. Then preparations begin in mid-April for the most important holiday of all, Walpurgis Night on April 30th.

David: Any lead on the manipulator killer theory?
Jennifer: Well, I found a bunch of references to Satan in Ferell's writing, and I'm sending a video from the archive to your monitor now.
Floyd: [on the video file] I'm not smart, but I have a smart friend who tells me things.
Derek: What's your smart friend's name?
Floyd: He says you know his name.
Jennifer: So it's possible he did have a partner.
David: Just enough in the interview to make it seem plausible, but no definitive proof either way.

Agent: Well, here's what we know: these low level guys often do freelance work to pad their income. You need someone for an unsavory job, this is who you call
David: 1-800-thug
Agent: Yeah, pretty much

Jeremy: Open your eyes, Luke. If I wouldn't have started and killed Ramos, you'd already be dead. So you're welcome for that.
Luke: This is not how we do things. You know that.
Jeremy: What I know is that Manny was right. You get a chance to put a bullet in a son of a bitch like Ramos, you take it.
Luke: Arrest him. That was the order.
Jeremy: And that order got my family killed.
Luke: I'm sorry about your family. You got your revenge on Ramos. All right, so what's your plan now, kill everyone in the whole cartel?
Jeremy: No. Just everyone who ratted out Ramos, everyone involved in the takedown.
Luke: That includes me, doesn't it?
Jeremy: No. You get to live. Same way I do, tortured by the knowledge that your decisions got that one person you love most killed.
Luke: Jeremy, no.
Jeremy: Should have let me take the shot, Alvez.

Ellen: [to Darlene] You gotta start thinking about yourself, honey. That's the game.

[in a dream state, Emily sees an open grave with a headstone reading "In loving memory Emily Prentiss Oct 12, 1970 - March 7, 2011 Sep 21, 2011 - ?"]
Emily: Of course. I get it now. I get it.

David: Witnesses?
Jennifer: If they were, they haven't come forward
David: What ever happened to: "See something? Say something"?

Lila: [Lila takes a sip of Reid's soda] You don't mind sharing with me, do you?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No.
[Lila takes off her robe. She is wearing a bikini underneath. Reid stares at her as she walks away]
Derek: You don't mind sharing with me, do you?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Shut up!

Diane: I was hoping you'd figure out my riddle. I-I mean, I knew you would. The fun was just how fast you'd do it. All this and brains, too.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It took me a long time. To be honest, I was distracted by your thesis.
Diane: You read my thesis?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I did. You know, I think your writing could put you on the same plane as Jonas Salk. I've already sent it to the NIH.
Diane: Flattery is not gonna get you out of this. I know what's waiting for me outsides.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I've arranged for your freedom.
Diane: The federal government doesn't make deals with people like me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Not true. Nazi scientists were recruited for the Manhattan Project. Mafia bosses are regularly put into witness protection. If what you have is valuable enough, the federal government will work with you. And what you have is very valuable.
Diane: And what do I have, Doctor?
Dr. Spencer Reid: You have a brain that doesn't play by normal societal rules. And I know that all your life the people you care about the most keep leaving. There's a part of you that thinks it's because of that brain. Well, I'm here because I'm not going to leave you. I'm here because... I just hope that I get the chance.
Diane: Chance at what?
Dr. Spencer Reid: To be with you. Me for her. That was the deal, right?
Diane: You're choosing me over her?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Diane, how could it be anyone else?
Diane: Prove it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: All right. How?
Diane: Say it again. This time say it to her face.
[takes blindfold off]
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't love you. Sorry.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I understand.

Derek: Okay, we need to talk to this Dante guy
Emily: Garcia, can you get us an address?
Lt. Detective Owen Kim: Eh, that's gonna take a little while. These celebrities are protected by layers of privacy. It's like finding information on a deeply...
Penelope: 22423 Greenvale Circle, Holmby Hills. GPS coordinates are uploading to you now. And his name is Paul Davies, by the way
Emily: Run him for a criminal record too
Penelope: You got it
Emily: Thanks, PG.
Lt. Detective Owen Kim: I'd hate to think what she could find out about me
Emily: Oh, I prefer not even to consider it!

David: [to Hotch who's staring at a map] Is this the one that if you stare at it long enough you'll see an image of a swan?

Dr. Tara Lewis: I just feel I can't understand others' emotions if I don't deal with my own, you know?
David: The best way out is always through
Dr. Tara Lewis: Too bad it's not always the easiest one
David: You're not kidding

Emily: Just got a call from Homeland Security.
Jennifer: Hey, what's going on?
Penelope: Mayhem. There's an ongoing situation in Silicon Valley.
Emily: What we know for sure is there's a workplace shooting in the office compound of a video gaming company called Ori-Gamey.
Luke: Yeah, they're... they're cutting-edge. They do a lot of virtual reality. I have a few of their flight simulator games.
Jennifer: We're on the case?
Emily: Homeland Security asked for our help on the ground.
Dr. Tara Lewis: What have we got?
Penelope: That.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Office shooting in California.
Matt: Are they thinking terrorism?
Penelope: They're thinking they don't know.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, that's a high-profile tech target. We can't rule out a coordinated attack or a lone wolf.
Emily: The situation's still unfolding, so everything's still on the table.
David: Do they know how many shooters they're dealing with?
Emily: Eyewitness accounts indicate a suspect was seen fleeing the building.
Jennifer: Do we have a description?
Emily: No, not yet. No ID and no one in custody.
David: Well, the sooner we get out there, the better.
Emily: We'll brief more on the jet. Wheels up in ten.

Jesse: Hey, look, I gotta go walk this dog, so...
Wallace: Jesse. You're not tying me up again. Or giving me any more pills. Just go. I'll be fine. I know why you're doing all this.
Jesse: Really? Why?
Wallace: You want to be like me.
Jesse: No, I don't.
Wallace: Then why bring me here? Why try to understand me? Why care? You want to know me so you can be me... And that's why I'm not gonna leave... Because I want that, too.

Syd: Are you the bad cop?
David: I'm not a cop.

Emily: Look, I'm only alive because you want something. So what do you want?
Peter: Information that only you have.
Emily: What are you waiting for, then? Dose me with your drugs, the ones that make me see whatever delusion you suggest, and I'll tell you what you want.
Peter: Hmm. I would love nothing more than that. Unfortunately, in your current physical condition, the sevoflourine and scopolamine would send you into a stroke.
Emily: I guess we're at a stalemate, then.
Peter: No. I still have drugs that can make you talk, just different drugs. This is morphine. This is what's making your life very livable right now. Without this, your body will be on fire, and then you really will tell me everything I want. No delusion necessary.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Hey, Morgan? Has there ever been a girl that you wanted to be with for, you know, more than just one night?
Derek: Excuse me?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I've never seen you with the same girl twice.
Derek: What, are you calling me a dog?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, no, not at all. I'm just trying to figure out if this feeling I have is ever gonna go away.

Jeffrey: I want another one.
Donald: We have to talk about this, son.
Jeffrey: What is there to talk about?
Donald: Well, how are you feeling?
Jeffrey: What the Hell is that supposed to mean?
Linda: Your father's just trying to ask you.
Donald: We made a deal when you moved back in that as long as you're under our roof, you take your meds.
Jeffrey: Well, they mess me up! Look, if this is your way of trying to kick me out, just come out and say it.
Donald: We're not trying to kick you out.
Linda: We'll ask the doctor about changing your prescription, but for now you have to take your meds. It's been a couple of weeks.
Jeffrey: God damn it! Just because she's been popping pills my entire life doesn't mean I have to!
Donald: That is enough!
Jeffrey: You're drunk, aren't you, Dad? No, it's okay. I don't blame you, for being married to her.
Donald: I said that is enough!
Jeffrey: Or what? What are you gonna do that she hasn't already ruined?
Donald: We're doing the best we can.
Jeffrey: You're not doing enough. You really want to help me? Then you'll put me out of my misery.

Aaron: We believe we're looking for a white male in his late 20s to early 30s.
Deputy: Wait, wait, wait. I'm sorry, I thought we were looking at black gangbangers.
Derek: The unsub has been staging the crime scenes to make it look like black gangs and undocumented immigrants were responsible.
Deputy: Why would anyone do that?
Jennifer: We think he's trying to create some sort of racial conflict.
Dr. Spencer Reid: In 1969, Charles Manson orchestrated the Tate-LaBianca murders, in the hopes of creating a race war between the blacks and whites that he referred to as "Helter Skelter".
David: A name he stole from a Beatles song.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Members of the Manson family left watermelon rinds at the scene of the crime and also painted panther paws on the wall in blood in the hopes of convincing authorities that the Black Panther Party was responsible.
Aaron: Hate groups like the Aryan Nation believe that race war is not only inevitable, but necessary.
Emily: Our unsub may be a member of one of these groups. Aryan gangs have a strong presence in prison, so he may be an ex-con, or even possibly related to a convict.
David: We think he may also be some kind of zealot. He believes his war is already being fought, and these murders are a mission to him.
Jennifer: And like a solider, he is willing to put himself in harm's way.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The unsub may also be vulnerable somehow. Weak-minded or even lonely. His cause gives him a sense of power and belonging.
Derek: He's physically fit enough to move dead bodies, so he's probably young.
David: But not so young as to be impulsive. These attacks took planning and focus, so he's disciplined.
Dr. Spencer Reid: He uses Oxycodone to drug his unwilling partners. But he does so without killing them, which means he's knowledgeable about dosages.
Emily: And Oxy is expensive, so look at medical care professionals and caregivers, anyone with access to to prescription drugs.
Aaron: This unsub is dedicated and driven. Makes him especially dangerous. Surrender's not likely part of his strategy.

Jennifer: Joanna, the last thing I wanna do is give you false hope. There's been some developments. And there may be a connection between Chrissy and the recent missing women.
Joanna: I don't know whether to be upset or relieved.
Jennifer: I understand. And there's something else. Did you know Chrissy was two months pregnant when she disappeared?
Joanna: What?
Jennifer: We think whoever took her also took other pregnant teens and is holding them somewhere.
Joanna: Oh god. Well, what about the baby? Is it okay? Where are they? How could anyone...
Jennifer: We're working to find out now.

Derek: 12 shots were fired?
Agent: That's right.
Jennifer: It sounds like an amateur.
Agent: You think?
Derek: Well, 6 people were hit. That's a 50% success rate during a crowded lunch hour with a high-powered rifle at a range of 200 yard. An average Joe can hit that many people.
Jennifer: Trained snipers hit 98% of their targets.

Aaron: If there is something in this profile that you're not agreeing with, I'd like to know what it is
Luke: You're not gonna like it
Aaron: Then everybody should hear it

Emily: Hey Garcia, you normally call Morgan about these kinds of things. Is everything okay?
Penelope: God I hate profilers!
Emily: Okay, come on, tell me!
Penelope: I met this guy at the coffee shop I go to every day...
Emily: Right! Got it
[Hangs up, walks to Derek]
Derek: What?
Emily: When a woman tells a man about her feelings, she doesn't want him to fix her. She wants him to shut up and listen!

Jennifer: So, some guy just send you the Kill Kits transponder codes?
Penelope: It was encrypted, and I shouldn't assume gender, but yeah
Jennifer: Eh, does that make him an informer or, oh, a co inspirer?
Penelope: [getting angrier] Does it matter? They forced me here! When I get them, I'm gonna give them a knuckle sandwich with these two...
[walking into the meeting room, all her friendly self again]
Penelope: but oh it's so nice to see you, my fine furry friends. Oh, did I ever tell you guys, about the time at the hot tub filter went on the fritz at SOAR?
[looking at Rossi]
Penelope: Oh! But, we can't talk about that right now, we have to talk about sad things

Aaron: [opening quote] "If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky that would be like the splendor of the mighty one" - from the Hindu holy book, the Bhagavad Gita

Michael: Take your time, Matt. I've been thinking about this for years.
Jennifer: Matt, don't. I'm fine... I'm fine... I'm fine.
Section: Okay, okay, that's it. Just stop! I'll do it. Just stop.
[types his code]

Emily: Sheriff, have you ever heard the saying: "does a tree falling in an empty forest make a sound?"?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Emily walks away, the Sheriff looks confused] It's a metaphysical riddle about unperceived existence. The answer's largely dependent on whether you subscribe to substance or bundle theory. In this case, I believe Agent Prentiss is saying that, yes, the tree does make a sound

Matt: [closing quote] It is Proverbs that reminds us: "Do not boast about tomorrow, for you not know what a day may bring"

Kate: I don't get it! Why get married if you're just going cheat?
Derek: Well, some people think the grass is greener on the other side
Kate: Yeah, what about you?
Derek: My grass is plenty green!

Agent: And also I... I just spoke with JJ. She'll be at her desk by the time we get back to Quantico
Aaron: She has 3 more weeks of maternity leave
Agent: I know, but she's dying to be back. And honestly, I'm ready to get back to counter terrorism, it's where I'm needed
David: They're lucky to have you
[Shakes Jordan's hand and leaves the room]
Agent: May I say something?
Aaron: Sure
Agent: This team is like a family and families take on the traits of their leaders. You don't show much emotion
Aaron: Meaning what?
Agent: I've sat at JJ's desk and I have looked at some of the worst things I've ever seen, just trying to do half her job. I hope you don't take her for granted
Aaron: I don't

Bob: It's all an act. I'm no hermit. Yeah, I... I tell these truthers that I'm some kind of holy fool and they buy all my stuff.
Emily: By "stuff", you mean your books?
Bob: No, the books are a loss-leader. But the vitamin supplements, oh, my god, I've made so much money off the vitamin supplements.
Emily: So, "Catcher in the Rye" is just the latest in a long line of crap.
Bob: Well, the book itself isn't. And J.D. Salinger is a genius. Didn't you read my commentary, read my notes, annotations?
Emily: I tried. You lost me when you tried to connect Holden Caulfield to the Bilderberg Group.
Bob: There is no connection. All you gotta do to fool these morons is ask a question that starts with "Isn't it interesting?". Like-like... like, isn't it interesting that Holden Caulfield and Bilderberg Group both have fifteen letters. Yeah. And then you tag that with "Wow! Wake up, Sheeple", you just sold a thousand copies.
Sheriff: We think the killer might have bought one of your commentaries. Who'd you sell to in Roswell?
Bob: The book group is... is reading "Catcher in the Rye" next month, so all I was trying to do was capitalize on that. And only one guy seemed to show any interest.

Derek: Ingrid isn't catatonic anymore, but she's answering every question with only her name and Social Security number.
Aaron: Like a prisoner of war.
Derek: There's more. Garcia did some checking. Ingrid hasn't been enrolled in school for over a year. She had good grades. Just suddenly dropped out and vacated her campus apartment. She left no forwarding, Hotch. We have no idea where or how she's been living.
Aaron: Thanks.
[Hotch hangs up]
Aaron: I need to see Peter Griesen's phone records.
[cut to Hotch entering the interrogation room with Griesen]
Aaron: How long has your daughter been in a cult?

Luke: You ready to fight crime?
Penelope: Oh, born ready. Bring it.

David: Any idea who's behind it?
Penelope: Best guess is that's online collective known as Star Chamber. There one of several justice oriented groups that sprung up in the wake of the Steubenville rape case
Alex: Star Chamber? Interesting name
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's derived from the 17th century British court designed to ensure fair enforcement of laws against the rich and powerful
Penelope: Actually according to my research they named it that because it's also the name of a mediocre, yet awesome Michael Douglas movie from 1983

Dr. Spencer Reid: Contrary to popular belief, decapitation is not that easy.
David: Hmm. You don't often hear "popular" and "decapitation" in the same sentence.

Emily: Garcia, see if any of the victims have secrets.
Penelope: Skeletons in the closet, my specialty.

Derek: Good morning, princess.
Penelope: [quickly says] Good morning.
[and keeps walking]
Derek: Pump... ya brakes.
[Derek beckons Penelope back to him]
Derek: Every day, I say 'Good morning', and every morning you say 'I'll show you a good morning, hot stuff.' Every day. But not today?
Penelope: I hate profilers. Do you know that?
Derek: Spit it out.
Penelope: Fine. I met a guy.

Jennifer: You know he wants kids. Can you image Spence as a dad?
Alex: That would be the luckiest kid in the world.
Jennifer: No doubt.

Dr. Spencer Reid: There's an entire cottage industry based on serial killer effects and memorabilia. You can find absolutely anything if you know the right people.

Jennifer: Hey, let's keep the water in the tub, okay? Five more minutes and then Mommy's gotta get ready for work.
Henry: Why did you always go to work, Mommy?
Jennifer: Well, um, because there's people out there that need my help. But I will be back soon.

Jason: [opening quote, voiceover] "Our life is made by the death of others." - Leonardo da Vinci.

Penelope: [phone rings] Hallelujah, this place is dead. Give me a job, give me a job.
David: Garcia, I need you to check the health records of all five kids that the UnSub returned. Any special needs, any medications.
Penelope: Okey-dokey artichokey. Ah. Everyone healthy as a horse. That's super healthy. Clean bill. Nothing.
David: Thanks, Garcia.
Penelope: Really? That's all? But I have so many skills to help. Please? Hello?

Andrew: For the record, I would have had absolutely no problem eating whatever it was you were trying to get going over there.
Emily: Oh, thank you. But I couldn't have lived with myself if after everything you've been through, I poisoned you.
Andrew: Well, I appreciate you having my back. And this is nice. I'm glad we finally got a chance to do it. Got to be honest, I was starting to think that you were trying to get out of it.
Emily: What makes you say that?
Andrew: You called me, what, five times to reschedule this date?
Emily: Well, I wasn't making those cases up.
Andrew: I know you weren't. But I'm thinking, you and I made this connection based on the fact that we had taken down these machete killers together. And then it dawns on me, that's pretty much an everyday thing for you.
Emily: Yeah, I guess you could say that.

Georgia: Every time I think it can't get anything worse, it does!

David: [making a toast] They say that good things happen to good people

Dr. Spencer Reid: To switch from male child victims to a female adult's highly unusual.
Alex: The last call went to Malcolm's cell phone. Maybe this is personal, just like torturing Richard Clayvin in the psychiatric unit was.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The fathers could be the real target of the unsub's rage.

David: Aggressive motto: Vivere est vincere. To live is to conquer.

Derek: Detective, I've seen kids missing for a decade, and their rooms look exactly the way they did the day that they left. Parents don't just pack up their kid's stuff and put 'em in boxes in the garage. Parents don't give up, ever.

Derek: We believe that the unsub that we're looking for is a woman who's trying to get pregnant. She's experiencing what we call black widow maternal desire. She has a desperate need for a child, which most likely stems from the recent loss of one.
Alex: That child may have died or been taken away in a custody situation.
Dr. Spencer Reid: She's drugging her male victims in order to keep them under her control for forty-eight hours, and we believe she's using them as breeding partners to help replace the child that she lost.
David: Her victims are surrogates for a male figure in her life. One she may have already killed. He could be a boyfriend or husband who most likely fathered the child she lost.
Aaron: And the signs of torture indicate that she may blame the child's father for this loss and is exacting her revenge on these victims.
Alex: After they're dead, she dismembers them for easier disposal.
Derek: The strength required to do this, and transport body parts, it's likely that she's working with a submissive partner she dominates with her agenda.
David: Based on the sophistication and patience required for these crimes, we believe this unsub is probably in her thirties and no older than her early forties, if pregnancy is her goal.
Jennifer: And she works at night, luring victims from parties or bars. She may even have an illness, or feign one to gain their sympathy.
Aaron: Chad Dumont's been missing for almost thirty hours, and if the unsub keeps to her schedule, he may still be alive. But time is of the essence.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Even though the first two victims are dead, we can certainly step up our game so we can give the victims' families some answers
Aaron: Thank you.

Jennifer: [voiceover] "Adversity is like a strong wind. It tears from us all but the things that cannot be torn, so that we see ourselves as we really are." -Arthur Golden

Dr. Spencer Reid: This is where a pimp works?
Alex: According to our local source, of all the pimps in town, this is the guy known for imported girls.
[Blake and Reid go into the shop and Blake plays the recorded voice]
Alex: Do you know who she is?
Dr. Spencer Reid: She's speaking Brazilian Portuguese if that helps jog your memory.
Leon: What am I, Rosetta Stone?
Alex: Well, we have reason to believe she's a prostitute. Any of your girls, maybe from 15 years back, speak Portuguese?
Leon: I don't know who sent you guys, but you obviously got the wrong idea about me. As you can plainly see, I'm a... purveyor of fine meats.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, Leon, we were told that you run a pretty lucrative business on the side.
Leon: Now you're flattering me. I make a mean barbecue sauce, but I don't make much money on it.
Alex: You know, I find it interesting you haven't asked what any of this is about.
Leon: I have a dreadful lack of curiosity.
Alex: Well, let me fill you in. A child was murdered yesterday, and at his home they found blood on his front door. Pig's blood.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know what? It actually just occurred to me, but I feel like this is the sort of shop you could find a lot of pig's blood.
Leon: Ah, you're right.
Dr. Spencer Reid: We're not saying you had anything to do with this, Leon. But we are saying that the F.B.I. is desperate for any leads, and it would be a shame if we had to shut your shop down to collect D.N.A. samples to try to identify the source of that pig's blood.
Leon: Now, look, I don't know nothin' about blood on a door. But I think I do remember something about a couple of Brazilian girls who used to work for a... an acquaintance of mine.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What were their names?
Leon: Raquel Castro and Luisa Gomez. Raquel moved back to Brazil in '95.
Alex: What about Luisa?
Leon: That bitch? She totally betrayed my buddy.
Alex: Did she walk out on him?
Leon: No. She married his best customer.

Dr. Spencer Reid: I was remediated in the academy also... what was my issue - marksmanship, physical training, obstacle course, Hogan's Alley, you know, pretty much everything that wasn't technically book related. They ultimately had to make exceptions to allow me into the field.

Emily: [Rossi opens victim's laptop] Oh! Well, if you want to look into a young girl's life today, you have to access her MySpace, Facebook and Twitter accounts. I'll call the sexiest hacker on the planet

Aaron: [beginning lines, voiceover which leads into view of funeral attendants and Aaron speaking] W.S. Gilbert wrote: "It's love that makes the world go round." And if that's true, then the world spun a little faster with Haley in it. Haley was my best friend since we were in high school. We certainly had our struggles, but if there's one thing we agreed on unconditionally, it was our love and commitment to our son, Jack. Haley's love for Jack was joyous, and fierce. That fierceness is why she isn't here today. A mother's love is an unrivaled force of nature, and we can all learn much from the way Haley lived her life. Haley's death causes each of us to stop and take stock of our lives; to measure who we are and what we've become. I don't have all those answers for myself, but I know who Haley was. She was the woman who died protecting the child we brought into this world together and I will make sure that Jack grows up knowing who his mother was and how she loved and protected him. And how much I loved her. If Haley were with us today, she would ask us not to mourn her death, but to celebrate her life. She would tell us - she would tell us to love our families unconditionally and to hold them close because in the end, they are all that matter. I met Haley at the tryouts of our high school's production of The Pirates of Penzance." I found our copy of the play and I was looking through it the other night, and I... came upon a passage that seemed appropriate for this moment. "Oh, dry the glistening tear that dews that martial cheek. Thy loving children hear, in them thy comfort seek. With sympathetic care, their arms around thee creep, for oh, they cannot bear to see their father weep."
[people begin leaving and putting white roses on Haley's casket; alone, Aaron carries Jack above Haley's grave]
Aaron: Okay, you can go ahead. Blow Mommy a kiss.
[Jack does so and Aaron, still carrying Jack, gets off the covered platform and walks away]

Derek: How long have you been a ranger?
Ranger: Five years now, but I've lived in these woods my whole life.
Derek: Growing up out here help you do your job?
Ranger: Look around. Do you see or hear anything right now?
Emily: No.
Ranger: There's a black bear about twenty-five yards to your right.
[Morgan and Prentiss turn and see said bear]
Emily: [awed] How long before we're able to do that?

Derek: So, he parks in the road and then carries the body... what?
Dr. Spencer Reid: 52.6 yards.
Derek: Uphill. So, he's got to be in great shape.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, more often than not, prostitutes are murdered and dumped in the same area that they work.
Derek: So, then, why take the time to drive the extra 40 miles outside the city?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Maybe he's already up here. He picks them up downtown, takes them to a secondary location, kills them, and gets rid of the body as fast as possible.
Derek: Which means he lives nearby, in the suburbs.
Dr. Spencer Reid: With 76,728 other people.

Jennifer: Both were technically single. They could have been looking to meet new people. Maybe that was his in.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Raymond Fernandez used to place personal ads in the newspaper. He would seduce and rob the woman who answered them.
Jennifer: The unsub could be a lonely hearts killer.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Maybe he hunts his victims in places where singles hang out. You know - bars, nightclubs, chess tournaments... .

M.E. Harry Greenberg: Shot right through the heart. Some folks around here would be surprised that Bob even had a heart to shoot

David: [opening quote] "Anger's my meat, I sup on myself and so shall starve feeding" - William Shakespeare

[last lines]
Jennifer: I'm sorry you didn't get to see your mom.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's okay. I guess now I know what a parent feels like when their kid grows up. Someone who's depended on you for so long and then suddenly they're off living their own life and they don't really need you anymore.
Jennifer: Except she's the parent, and that's how it should be.
Penelope: Oh, hi. Welcome back. This came for you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No return address?
Penelope: No, and it's really heavy. So what's inside it? Yes, that's me being nosy.
[looking Reid opens the box]
Penelope: That looks like a pile of...
Dr. Spencer Reid: Shale, limestone, and sandstone. It's a sculpture of the Grand Canyon from my mom.
Jennifer: See? She didn't forget you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: She said she was gonna mail the postcards, but then she decided to send the Grand Canyon instead. Here, listen to this. "You may have to commit me twice, Spencer, because not only I ride a mule on a tiny trail, with a 1,000-foot vertical drop, I paid for the privilege. Now, that's crazy." Can you imagine my mom on a mule?
Jennifer: No.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's like Hotch at the beach.
[all lough]
Dr. Spencer Reid: "The mules must do this all the time, because they seem very..."

Dr. Spencer Reid: Braden certainly would be vulnerable. Unlike classic autism, language ability is intact in people with Asperger's. They appear to lack empathy and have trouble reading social cues. Albert Einstein supposedly had it, as do some well-known Silicon Valley types.
Alex: Well, how about you?
Dr. Spencer Reid: What's that?

Aaron: Hold on! Can you rewind that about 5 seconds? Take a look at Renee.
Alex: She's stealing!
Detective: She's a strip-miner! I can't believe I missed that. Strip-miners take money or chips left behind or unwatched by careless tourists. They dress to look like tourists themselves so they are not spotted by casino security.

David: What are we getting from the scene, other than a bunch of unreliable witness statements?
Emily: The physical evidence is pretty straightforward. Multiple rounds went into each of the three victims, with very little indiscriminate spray of gunfire.
Matt: If the unsub wanted to go out in a blaze of glory, he would have stayed on the scene and taken out as many people as possible in that building.
Luke: One shooter or two shooters, it's looking more and more like at least two of the victims were targeted.
Emily: It could be personal. We're gonna have to deep-dive into the victimology to see how these three people overlap.
Matt: And who they might have pissed off.
Jennifer: Regardless of whether there's one or two unsubs, if there's a kill list, could be more names on it.

Bruce: They're gone. My girls are gone. I need your help.

Penelope: [after telling the team about Tara's brother and realize they all already know] who am I the *last* to know.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It was an experiment. She wanted to time how long you could keep a private conversation "private". And you made it
[looks at his watch]
Dr. Spencer Reid: 12 hours.
Luke: Damn! I had you down for six!
Penelope: [to the entire team] . You know guys, I thought you were my friends, it you all *suck*!
[to Alvez]
Penelope: Especially *you* new guy! But then, always* suck!

Luke: We're at Alyssa's house. Car's here. No signs of a struggle. I think he abducted her.
Jennifer: The local P.D. says he's not in his apartment and his car's gone.
Penelope: So then why the change in the modus operandi?
Jennifer: It's part of his escalation. It's not enough for him to watch anymore. What he craves is physical contact.
David: His confidence is up. He was ready to step out of the shadows.
Stephen: He needs to be a part of it, and he wants to experience the moment of impact, even if it means he doesn't walk away from it.

Jason: [voiceover] Nietzsche once said, "If you look long enough into an abyss, the abyss looks into you.

David: Israel Keyes evaded capture for decades, because he cracked the code
Dr. Tara Lewis: Right: "don't kill anybody connected to you and don't kill in a space that can be connected to you"

Jennifer: [Uses mobile] Hey, Garcia
Penelope: I was starting to feel like the hottest people I know had left me at the altar, but now you're here, to kiss me with crime! What's up?

Penelope: Well, what we do know is that he robbed 15 banks in the state of New York in the 90s. However, what your resident glamour puss, smarty pants just found out is that most of the money was never recovered

Jim: Agents, I appreciate you coming down here, but I have nothing to say to you about the abduction
Kate: A newspaper editor telling the FBI no comment? That's ironic

Emily: What did you find?
Penelope: Some shade of the snarky variety #nojudgment

Emily: I knew you were watching me.
Ian: What's the expression? Keep your friends close, your enemies under surveillance?
Emily: I've been here for two hours. You should know better than to keep a lady waiting.
Ian: It seems hypocritical, seeing as I had to wait seven years.
Emily: ...Hello, Ian.
Ian: Hello, Lauren. Oh, wait, Lauren Reynolds died in a car accident, didn't she?
Emily: What do you want?
Ian: You... Not today. Don't worry about that. But soon.
Emily: I've got a Glock leveled at your crotch. What's to stop me from taking you and the little ones out right now?
Ian: You'd never make it back to your car and you know it. Tell me, does the lovely Penelope know the truth about you? Or is she too busy watching movies with Derek to care? Here you are, all alone, while Aaron sits at home with his son. And why didn't Dave and Ashley invite you to their game night? Maybe they thought you'd be on the metro with Dr. Reid. That one does have some quirks.
Emily: Come near my team and I will end you.
Ian: I don't have a quarrel with them. How long that remains the case depends entirely on you. They're innocent. You are not.
Emily: I was doing my job.
Ian: I think you did a little more than that. You took the only thing that mattered to me. So, I'm going to take the only thing that matters to you. Your life.

Jennifer: Geographically, both of them are thousands of miles away from their family. Communication is all they had. Emails, phone calls, letters
Penelope: But that's military communication. Even between families, it requires a kind of juice I'm not allow to use this
Jennifer: Come on! You hacked into the FBI database
Penelope: And they gave me a job. I like my job. I like my life
Jennifer: All right, I'll make some inquiries
Penelope: Okay. Do that. Take care

Hank: When you're in the field, what do you rely on?
Derek: My training, instinct
Hank: And?
Derek: My team! The one I really need isn't here!
Penelope: [Suddenly present] Hey there! What? All you had to do was ask. Hold on. Oops. Hi
[to Hank]
Penelope: Let's go
Derek: He was giving me a name and a serial number
Hank: Military training
Penelope: Yeah, but that combination of letters and numbers isn't in my database. My database being your brain

Derek: [opening quotation, voiceover] "Man usually avoids attributing cleverness to somebody else, unless it's an enemy." - Albert Einstein.

Derek: For someone on a spree, this unsub sure is patient.
Dr. Spencer Reid: If he's so patient, what is it that he's waiting for?

David: I gotta ask you,: are two bottles of bourbon a normal Monday night?

Doctor: So, as you requested, I reviewed the autopsy of your first victim, Mr. Tate, so I could compare them with my findings here of Mr. Nakamura.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, both men appear to have suffered roughly the same amount of severe blunt-force trauma to their bodies.
Doctor: Yes. And all of it exacted perimortem, before death. While nearly every bone in both of these bodies was either broken or cracked, the actual cause of death for both men was exsanguination, due to the severing of the coronary arteries.
Dr. Tara Lewis: From the removal of the heart?
Doctor: I think a more apt description would be... "dug out".
Dr. Tara Lewis: Oof. Do you have any idea what type of weapon was used here?
Doctor: As a matter of fact, I think I do. Follow me.

Player: I'm calling.
Curtis: I'll raise. Eight thousands.
Dr. Spencer Reid: $8,000. That's 56 months' wages for the average person in Bangladesh. Kind of makes you think, doesn't it?
Player: Hey, it's eight thou to you. Now, are you in or are you out?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I am in. And I raise.
Dealer: Three raise.
Player: That's too rich for my blood.
Dealer: Are you in, sir?
Curtis: I'll call.
Dealer: Call.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Straight.
Player: A gutshot straight draw? Are you kidding, me? That is just... just nuts. That's crazy.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [reaches his hand to Curtis's key holder] Do you mind if I take a look at this?

Jennifer: Well, he didn't take their handbags, jewelry or wallets
Penelope: No, the only thing missing was their cell phones. Well, that and their heads

Sheriff: Poor kid was so distraught we took her to the ER. They ended up sedating her. She'll be coming around soon. I've got a deputy stationed outside her room over at County General.
David: Good. If the unsub wanted to wipe out the entire family, she could be in danger. What about the wife, Bridget? We heard she might be stepping out on her husband.
Sheriff: Yeah, that was an open secret. She was seeing Ron Fergusson. They met at the gym. He was a trainer.
Luke: Was? What... what happened?
Sheriff: Sticky fingers. Ronny got caught stealing personal items from lockers. They called us over, but nobody pressed charges. Just sent him packing.
David: Fergusson sounds like bad news.
Sheriff: He's no altar boy. Couple DUIs and a few assault convictions; bar fights, mostly. But nothing like this. You don't think he's involved in this, do you?
Luke: The guy's got a temper and he likes to drink. That's not a good combo.

Aaron: [voiceover] A Chinese proverb says, "At the gambling table, there are no fathers and sons."

Derek: You got here fast.
Det. Benning: [shrugs] Detroit's not that far.
Derek: Did you bring the case files?
Det. Benning: I got 35 open missings.
Derek: That's all?
Det. Benning: That's not enough?
Derek: [indicating the shoes found next to the pig pen] 89 pairs.
Det. Benning: 89?
Derek: So far.
Det. Benning: Oh, God!
Derek: I don't think God's been out here in a long time.

Derek: Alright, let's meet on the plane in 30

Emily: The unsub appears to be killing as a direct response to the old accident victims being pulled from the lake. So why is he dumping the stolen property into the lake instead of the victims themselves?
Luke: Maybe the coins are an offering. Some kind of superstition.
Emily: What if we've had this all backwards until now?
Jennifer: In what way?
Emily: We were thinking that the items he stole were unimportant, afterthoughts. But what if just the opposite is true, that it's 100% about the stolen items?

Emily: I couldn't be more proud of you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Why?
Emily: It's difficult caring for family. But it takes tremendous strength to ask for help.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Was she able to identify him?
Jennifer: She said he was white with mean eyes and repulsive breath
David: Rotten inside and out

Dr. Spencer Reid: In any student/teacher dynamic there comes a day when the student no longer needs the teacher.

Calvin: [after Reid speaks to a prison guard] What was that?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I was thirsty.
Calvin: [knowing he's lying] I helped you because I like you. You're interesting to me. But if you keep this up, keep thinking the normal rules apply in here, then I cannot help you. And that would be a shame, 'cause I think you're the only innocent man in here. Good luck, brother. You're gonna need it.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Wallace's M.O. The rape, bullet through the heart. He even tried to pose her.
Jennifer: But he didn't try to force-feed her, which is his signature. And this crime scene?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Organized, skilled. Got in and out without detection.
Jennifer: Exactly. If Wallace is losing it, he wouldn't be capable of this.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Maybe he re-evolved.
Jennifer: Or we have a copycat, who's a literal copy.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Jesse? But why start now? Why this victim?

Jason: Diane Arbus once said "A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you know."

Penelope: I can't be my usual sparkly self when you are where you are.

Mrs. Donnolly: Gosh, I've been in this building 27 years. Now, the worst incident we ever had was when Benjamin Headley up in 402 found out his wife was sleeping with the cleaner guy and shot him in the groin.
Derek: You've been a really big help, Mrs. Donnolly. Thank you very much.

Emily: Do a search of the metro D.C. area for men who fall into both the survivalist and prepper camps.
Penelope: Okay. Preppers love their firewalls, but it's no match for moi. 110 names.
Luke: And what about ones that live in Virginia?
Penelope: Seventy. Next player.
Emily: Do any of them own a black van?
Penelope: Negative.
Matt: Well, technical people usually view risk mathematically. Garcia, filter the list for accountants, engineers, math teachers, and... computer techs.
Penelope: Okay, I'm filtering this through my digital colander. Nicely done. Twenty names.

Derek: Hey Tara. It's been a long time
Tara: What are you guys doing here?
Derek: We need to talk to you
Tara: Well, you could have called me first
Jennifer: We did! You never called us back

Emily: I need your help with classified military information.
Agent: Intel like that is beyond my capability.
Emily: You're Homeland Security. You have military connections. I need the name of the civilian drone operator on the team. He's our unsub.
Agent: The military doesn't have his name.
Emily: So who has it?
Agent: Only the people that hired him.
Emily: Peakstone.
Agent: Yes. But the employment records are confidential. They're not even subject to subpoena.
Emily: This unsub has murdered seven people and is holding a hostage. You can help us save her life.
Agent: There's nothing I can do.
Emily: You know someone at Peakstone. I am asking you to reach out.
Agent: It doesn't matter. Peakstone won't release the name.
Emily: Then give me the name of your contact and I will try. I will take all the blowback. Please, I have to try. A woman's life depends on it. Look, you and me, we deal with bureaucratic red tape because we have to. But what we really do is save lives. Help me save her life.

Jennifer: [opening quotation] Jean Racine said "A tragedy need not have blood and death. It's enough that it all be filled with that majestic sadness that is the pleasure of tragedy."

Emily: No, it's more personal than that. It's their story.
Derek: What?
Emily: All of the details are a part of their story. Their timeline suggests they were both destructive before they met.
Erin: So, we're talking about ex-military turning on their country.
Emily: It's rare, but soldiers become disenfranchised no matter what the nationality, and if he met someone like-minded at that time, there'd be no stopping them.
Aaron: So, you're thinking they met during the civil unrest in Chad in '08.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah, and one or both of them are pilots.
Emily: So, if Garcia concentrates on that region, specifically weapons running in and out of Libya, there's a good chance we'll find their paths crossed.
Penelope: Okay, multiple entries into Libya from a private pilot named Matthew Downs in '08, but I don't have her name.
Emily: Well, because she had aliases. It's the only way to stay a ghost. Here's the thing. They are a couple. Regardless of what we believe of them, they will celebrate themselves and their connection. Is there anything that happened on this date in Chad?
Penelope: Oh, you are good, Emily Prentiss, but this news is not. Yes, there were multiple explosions on this date in '08.
Aaron: Where were the most casualties?
Penelope: At a church. No, no, a train.
Derek: Semtex and C-4?
Penelope: Yep.
Aaron: Are trains still arriving at Union Station?
Erin: Yes, but only the authorities are allowed in.
Emily: That's why they needed Will.

Emily: Morgan and I were joking around on the jet, but something is definitely up. Is there anything you want to share?
David: It's nothing. Uh... I had breakfast with Carolyn the other morning.
Emily: Carolyn? Oh! Is that wife number four or five?
David: Look, let's get our facts straight. I only had three wives. I mean, that's in the realm of reasonable.
Emily: [snickering] Okay, I'm sorry.

Jennifer: Nobody saw anything.
David: Even if they did, it's Halloween, could be in costume, we could be looking for SpongeBob for all we know

Aaron: [opening quote, voiceover] "All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy. For what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves. We must die to one life before we can enter another." - Anatole France.

Emily: [Derek just floored a suspect] Nice!
Derek: I played a little strong safety in college
Emily: No idea what that means

Derek: Too bad there's no wireless in prison. Get him outa here!

Everett: [Opening Quote] They talk of my drinking but never my thirst. Scottish Proverb

George: Excuse me. Ah. Sorry. Oh, oh. Pardon me. I hope I didn't miss anything.
Aaron: What's he doing here?
Haley: It's okay. I invited him.
George: [sees Beth Clemmons on the film] Wowza. She is hot.
Haley: Isn't she?
George: I would tear that up. Hey, I bet she's a real tiger in the sack? Oh, popcorn?
Aaron: No.
George: Would you like some?
Haley: Oh. Yes, thank you.

Penelope: [vacuuming her desk out of boredom, picks up here phone] I was getting lonely. What do you need?

Dr. Spencer Reid: [after Garcia helps him sit down] Thanks.
Penelope: Does it hurt?
Dr. Spencer Reid: It really only hurts when I think about it which is pretty much all the time.
[starts to snoop in the cookie tin next to him]
Penelope: No, no, no. Get away you.
[takes the lid]
Dr. Spencer Reid: What?
Penelope: These are for Hotch.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I get *shot* in the leg and I don't get any cookies? You know he's gonna hate the attention.
Penelope: [puts the lid back on] It's cookies, not cake.

Dr. Spencer Reid: "The best and most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even touched; they must be felt with the heart." ~~ Helen Keller

[first lines]
Cat: Spencie.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Where's my mother?
Cat: I missed you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What did you and Lindsey do to her? How did you...
Cat: Now stop. You don't get to walk in here and hiss at me like I'm the criminal. Now, we do this my way.
[she kicks a chair out from under the table]
Cat: Have a seat.

David: Hi, Connie. I brought the team with...
Connie: You need to stop this.
David: Excuse me?
Connie: We thought that if we didn't call you back the last couple times, you would just give up and leave us alone.
David: I know that it hurts, but I'm only trying to make sure someone pays for your parents' deaths.
Connie: We don't care anymore. It's been twenty years! We need to be able to move past it. Please!
David: I won't bother you kids again.
Connie: And you'll stop it with the gifts, too?
David: Gifts?
Connie: What are we suppose to do with... a bunch of toys that remind us of the worst day of our lives?
David: I never sent you any gifts.

Clifford: [Mrs. Clark finds Clifford on the couch] Mrs. Clark. You know who I am, don't you?
Helen: Yes.
Clifford: Then you know why I'm here.
Helen: Am I going to die tonight?
Clifford: Yes, ma'am. I'm afraid you are.

Penelope: [her BAU computer system falls under outside control] That's not right. Why is that happening? What... What... What... Wait... Wait... That's what the... That's what The Replicator... That's what The Replicator said. Where is he? How... How did he get in my... How did he do it? How did he get in... How did he get in? Hey!

Jessica: Cyrus is my husband, and a prophet. It's an honor to bear his children.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Jessica, you're fifteen years old. The, uh, State of Colorado requires parental consent.
Emily: [noticing Kathy's expression] She gave consent.

David: [Teams walks into a room filled with boxes with files] You're kidding me
Jennifer: We've to go through all of this?
Aaron: White collar cases often come down with a paper trail
Dr. Spencer Reid: Maybe it won't be so bad, I mean, at least he's well organized
David: That's his job. He sits at a desk all day and accumulates paper evidence

Father: God is in everyone...
Floyd: So is Tracy Lambert.

Anton: My father named me Anton because it means "invaluable." Do you think he ever believed that?
Section: Why don't you ask him?
Anton: I will.

Penelope: I also need a joystick controller, video transmitters, a coax cable and a programmable park
[nobody does anything]
Penelope: And I don't mean that hypothetical!

Derek: You and Strauss got a little history?
Alex: Ah. In another life.
Derek: There's a story in there.

Derek: You know, this is beginning to remind me of clue: Colonel Mustard in the billiard room with the candlestick.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [walks into his hotel room with a box, surprised to see Rossi and Morgan there] What are you guys doing here?
Derek: Hey. What's it look like we're doing?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh, breaking into my room and watching Days of Our Lives.
David: The Young and the Restless.

Trauma: The bullet went in her chest and ricocheted into her abdomen. She lost a lot of blood. It was touch and go for a while, but we were able to repair the injuries.
Jennifer: So, what are you saying?
Trauma: One centimeter over and it would have torn right through her heart. Instead, she could actually walk out of here in a couple of days. And I'd say that's a minor miracle.

Emily: I'll be waiting for it. Thanks.
Derek: They got something?
Emily: I don't know. We'll see.
Derek: You know, Emily, you really need to trust people.
Emily: I trust people.
Derek: No, you don't. You don't because you can't. And I get it. Every time you tried to count on someone, they let you down, so you go it alone. You'll never admit that because you're just too damn stubborn. It's all right. It doesn't really matter. But I'll tell you what does matter. That you can trust me, Emily. With anything. I'm serious. No matter how awful you think it is, I promise you, you are not alone. I just wish you would believe that.
Emily: I do. You profile me again, you'll wish you hadn't.
[both smile]

Penelope: A fighting bull like moi looks for nothing else

Penelope: Agent Rossi, please tell me you've called because the case is over and I can erase this freakity-freak off my otherwise uber-delicious desktops.

Emily: I have a strange request. I need you to find Luke's phone.
Penelope: Okay.
Penelope: Uh, Luke is at home.
Emily: Ahh, he's smart. He'd leave his phone. Look, I hate to do this, but... Grant isn't the only one with skills. When Luke was a manhunter, he'd go undercover. That means fake identities and multiple phones. I need to see if any of those phones are active now.
Penelope: Okay. That-that's gonna take a minute. What do you think he's up to?
Emily: I'm afraid Luke might take matters into his own hands.

Dr. Spencer Reid: The pattern in the branding mark has design characteristics similar to family crests from the late middle ages. I found this encyclopedia of heraldry and look.
Aaron: It's the seal of William Stoughton, a magistrate.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Check when and where he's a magistrate.
David: Salem, Massachusetts, 1692.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Stoughton was the lead prosecutor in the Salem witch trials.
Aaron: So this UnSub believes he's hunting witches.

Penelope: Emily, have I complimented you as of late on your assertive yet loving way of pointing our paths I don't think to go down?

Wayne: Everything we've worked for all these years, it's come to this moment.
[hands a gun to the girl]
Wayne: Make me proud.

Peter: Patricia, Nicole, Laurel, those are my girls. These are my stories. My stories.

Kate: [opening quote] "Death is the only God who comes when you call" - Roger Zelazny

[last lines]
Dr. Tara Lewis: What is it now?
Aaron: Three more prison breaks in three different states, all organized by Rawdon's partners from his last bombing attempt.
Penelope: The local field office got a head start because of what we did. They stopped the bomb threat, but...
David: Who didn't they catch?
Aaron: All have serial killer wings just like VA Max.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Let me guess; they were released first to cause maximum chaos and occupy law enforcement.
Penelope: A lot of them were killed or recaptured, but not all of them.
Jennifer: How many got away?
Penelope: As of right now, thirteen serial killers, one of which is Peter Lewis.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Mr. Scratch. That's why he testified against you. He was part of their plan all along.
Aaron: So we have to catch him again, along with twelve other murderers.

Theo: What do you want?
Charlie: Leave my wife alone!
Theo: If you gave her what she needed, maybe she would leave *me* alone.

Aaron: [closing quotation, voiceover] "I have loved to the point of madness. That which is called madness. That which to me is the only sensible way to love." - Francoise Sagan.

Luke: Is that ANFO, Matt?
Matt: Yeah.
[cautiously approaching a house, they open the front door]
Luke: FBI!
Matt: Oh, my god.

Marie: Realistically, it'll take at least three hours to cover this place.
Derek: Realistically, we have less than half that time.
Marie: How do you figure?
Dr. Spencer Reid: 99 percent of abducted children were killed or died within the first 24 hours, 75 percent within the first three hours, and like, of course you know, Jessica Davis, 44 percent of children were abducted and killed in the first hour.

Lt. Al Garner: Do you know how rare it is for an arsonist to be a burn victim?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Less than 3.5%.
Derek: This guy's not an arsonist. He's a serial killer who uses fire.

David: As you all know, Eddie Lee Wilcox is armed and dangerous.
Jennifer: He's also smart and criminally sophisticated. He knows police procedure and how to use it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: He's flush with cash from his robbery in Chicago, but he'll try to maintain a low profile, so he may resort to his robbery skills at some point.
Derek: Eddie's a car thief. And he's a good one, so he'll switch vehicles often.
Jennifer: He was last seen in a Chevy minivan, but we do not count on him being in it for long.
Derek: So canvass crowded parking lots and malls. That's most likely where he'll ditch cars and find new ones.
David: We've been calling this a child abduction, but Eddie's daughter Samantha may actually be an unwitting participant.
Alex: We know she wanted to run away from home, and her father's somehow taking advantage of that.
Derek: This guy's evolved into a sociopathic spree killer, and he's got the ego of a career criminal, so there's no telling how far he'll go to save himself.
David: That ego may be feeding a sort of pipe dream that if he does escape, he may actually get to have a healthy relationship with his daughter.
Jennifer: A relationship he believes was taken from him.
Alex: But when reality sets in, his dream will be shattered and that's when Samantha will be in the most danger.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The majority of these cases end in either murder-suicide or suicide by cop.
Jennifer: Up to this point, we've been reacting to him, but the roadblocks and the media blitz are set up to make him react to us.
Derek: So if you spot him, call for backup and proceed with extreme caution. He's probably sleep deprived and irrational.
David: The closer we get, the more dangerous he becomes.

Emily: Hey, FBI.
Officer: Seriously?
Emily: Yeah, what can you tell us?
Officer: Eh, white male, been dead for hours, the medics say it was a brain aneurism.
Derek: Mind if we take a look at the scene?
Officer: Knock yourselves out.

Aaron: We believe whoever poisoned these people was motivated by revenge.
Derek: The randomness of the victimology, average people in an average-sized town, all points to a local resident.
Elle: We know that people who poison for the purpose of revenge primarily act alone.
Aaron: However, he may have manipulated someone close to him to assist him. The unsub usually disposes of these accomplices when they are of no further use to him.
Elle: The unsub is likely a cautious, deliberate, and highly functioning male between the ages of 35 and 50.
Aaron: He chose LSD for a reason. LSD is about altering perception. We think that this unsub is striking out because he feels that's he's been inaccurately perceived by the community, or a subset of it.
Derek: He feels that these attacks will affect and alter a reality that he is caught in, that he perceives to be unjust.
Aaron: He's so self-centered, he believes his victims will know the reason for the attack and who did it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: This individual was savvy enough to use Rohypnol to obstruct our investigation, erasing the memories of the victims of how they were poisoned.
Detective: Hold on. If this guy believes that his victims know who he is, why is he covering his tracks?
Jason: Because these victims aren't his primary targets.
Aaron: We... we know from precedent that this kind of offender, the avenger, tests his weapon first. This attack was a test run.
Detective: A test run for what?
Aaron: We don't know yet. What we do know is this is not the first time he's aired his grievances. While it's not likely that he has a criminal record, it is possible that he has filed criminal charges, or pursued a civil action against his perceived adversaries. And now, to measure the results of his test, he's watching.
Jason: And he wants to see the results of his test. Once he has them, all those years of pent-up rage will be unleashed in the form of a larger attack. Profile indicates a lot of people could die.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Do I look twelve years old to you?
Jason: Fourteen?

Emily: Go ahead, Garcia.
Penelope: So, I was doing my due dilligence, as I do, on Mr. Dennis Kirkwood, and I have found a bewildering connection between him and the first two victims. If I can direct your attention to the big screen. Three years ago in Baltimore, Mr. Kirkwood was considered a person of interest in the death of Robin Rhodes, who was fished out of the Patapsco River. She was 22 years old and worked as an intern at Kirkwood's company, Turnblade Capital, for a year.
David: Were there rumors of an affair?
Penelope: Oh, you betcha, although at the time, Kirkwood was engaged to his current wife. I mean, current widow.
David: Okay, so how do Tate and Nakamura get connected to all this?
Penelope: Well, uh, Kirkwood's alibi the night that Robin Rhodes went missing was that he was at his bachelor party. And although I don't have the entire guest list, I can tell you that two people at that party where Shaun Tate and Anthony Nakamura.
Jennifer: And so Kirkwood was never charged?
Penelope: Not only was he never charged, but after a two-year-long investigation, Baltimore PD determined that Robin Rhodes' death was - wait for it - just accidental. They say that she went for a jog, slipped off a steep embankment, and hit her head on a rock.
Emily: Garcia, we're gonna need you to get a complete list of all the men who were at Kirkwood's bachelor party.
Jennifer: And I will get that for you. Copy.
Jennifer: [Garcia hangs up] Well, if we're looking for a personal trauma to inspire revenge killings, I think we just found it.
Emily: And I think we have what we need right now to deliver the profile.

Jennifer: This your first notification, sheriff?
Sheriff: Uh, is it that obvious?

Derek: Hey baby girl, I need you to work that magic of yours
Penelope: Rub my lamp, release the Genie

Penelope: Ohh, my heart hurts for David.
Jennifer: Mm. Fate was awfully cruel to him.
Penelope: He was born and-and raised in his formative years by a psychopath. What chance did he really have?
Jennifer: The Addisons were good people, but... the damage had already been done.
Emily: I can't help thinking that given different circumstances, I might have changed things for him.
Penelope: No. Don't put this on or anywhere near you.
Emily: I know. It's not really about that, though. It's... it's more about remembering what I intended to do and reconciling with what I had to do.

William LaMontagne Jr.: How are you?
Jennifer: Um, he... he gave me the front seat.
William LaMontagne Jr.: Stephen did?
Jennifer: Yeah. I was all set to sit in the back, but he got there first, and I... so is it time to call it? That was the deal, right? If it got too scary, one of us could call it, not today, not this week, after we find Emily.
William LaMontagne Jr.: Well, if I remember, you would be a full-time mom, and I would run a breakfast place.
Jennifer: Mm, and I'd go to all the PTA meetings. You'd come home smelling like grease.
William LaMontagne Jr.: [he laughs softly] It's tempting.
Jennifer: Hmm. Yeah. So, do you want to call it?
William LaMontagne Jr.: You see these rings? We've worn them for five years, but I've loved you for ten.
Jennifer: Hasn't been easy.
William LaMontagne Jr.: No, but I wouldn't trade a single day, not even the awful ones like today. And I'll do whatever you want to do, but...
Jennifer: Oh, thank god. Neither do I.

Derek: Did this guy and Karen interact?
Ben: [in Paul's flashback] I have a hypothetical for you.
Paul: He said something to her, but she blew him off.
Derek: Just put her head down and said something dismissive back?
Paul: Yeah, that's it. Yeah.
Derek: We tend to do that when strange people talk to us. Unfortunately, it can backfire.

Jennifer: [opening quote] "you can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind" Mahatma Gandhi

Erin: You've been here for six years.
Jennifer: Nearly seven, ma'am.
Erin: Change is good. And from what I understand, there's less travel with this position. You could stay home with Henry.
Jennifer: [insulted] Excuse me?
Erin: I understand the sacrifices.
Jennifer: I do what I love. It's made me a better person, a better mother. Any "sacrifices" I have made have been for my family. I don't have a single regret.
Aaron: We're all in agreement that Agent Jareau's a valuable member of this team, and it's understandable why the Executive Branch is requesting a transfer. However, if Agent Jareau respectfully declines their request, there's no way you can make her go.

David: Both times she had us with our pants down and I'm telling you the other shoe hasn't dropped yet

Betty: Nobody writes about prostitutes being shot, because they won't admit that they think there're cleaning up the place
Aaron: You're right. Cases like your daughter usually go unsolved. The problem is: people aren't looking for this is because they don't know they are missing. Part of their job was to stay below the radar. Doesn't mean that she was any less important
Betty: She made bad choices, but she was a good person. She loved her kids.

David: He's gone by the name Eddie.
Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes: Well, I know some Eddies, but none that look like this young man.
Dr. Tara Lewis: But you are familiar with a Dennis Kirkwood?
Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes: Of course I am, Dr. Lewis.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Mr. Kirkwood was murdered, and over the last week, two of his close friends were killed as well, an Athony Nakamura and a Shaun Tate.
David: And we have reason to believe that this young man, Eddie here, murdered these men out of a desire to avenge your daughter's death.
Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes: Well, I'm really not sure how you expect me to respond to all of this.
David: Well, actually, we were hoping that you might know something about Eddie.
Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes: I hold on to two memories of my child that I shall never be able to let go. Her precious face, the first time I held it, and what was left of her face when the coroner pulled back the sheet and asked if I could identify her.

Dr. Daryl Wright: Remember when you made me pee in a cup, so you could test me?
Dr. Tara Lewis: You mean: my proudest moment as a wife? Yeah
Dr. Daryl Wright: Well, I cheated the test
Dr. Tara Lewis: All right Daryl, I'll bite: how'd you cheat?

Jason: [voiceover] Joseph Conrad said "The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness."

Dr. Spencer Reid: [Opening Quote] "All sins tend to be addictive and the terminal point of addiction is damnation" W.H. Auden

David: [opening quote] "Man cannot possess anything as long as he fears death, but to him who does not fear it, everything belongs" - Leo Tolstoy

David: [closing quote] "No matter how far we travel, the memory will follow in the baggage car" - August Strindberg

Penelope: [Entering the meeting room way too late] I'm so sorry
Emily: Hey, half day today?
Penelope: The alarm, sir, I overslept, I am so sorry
Aaron: Everyone is allowed to be late. Once!

Bob: Carl Lee. His name was Carl Lee. And the reason that sticks out is because he asked me to write a dedication on the inside cover of the book. It's something I add for an extra twenty bucks. You know? And sometimes I use the wild man font and the truthers all go "Oh, wow, look. He actually wrote stuff in my book."
Emily: [dialing her phone] Tara, we have something.
[cut to Tara at Carl's apartment]
Dr. Tara Lewis: Found it, Emily.
Emily: What does it say?
Dr. Tara Lewis: "To my darling Melissa. Love always, Carl."

Dr. Spencer Reid: Insight therapy is also known as psychodynamic therapy. It helps patients rediscover what motivates them in an effort to resolve old conflicts.
David: But if the conflict stems from their marriage, then helping Judith and Alan rediscover what motivates them would reignite their compulsion to kill.

Emily: Hey, how's it going down there?
David: Well, it looks like we've got a malicious hacker on our hands. And he's got a wireless foothold to the 2013 Meridian.
Emily: Meridians are a popular model. He's got a huge victim pool.
David: Well, we're working on narrowing it down. Did you get Reid that lawyer?
Emily: I'm on my way to the jail right now to make the introduction.
David: Great.
Emily: I'll let you know how it goes.

Derek: [breaking into an encrypted computer] In six tries?
Jason: Try again. Fail again. Fail better.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Samuel Buckett.
Derek: Try not. Do or do not.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Gideon looks confused] Yoda.

Aaron: [opening quote] It's often said: "There is no footprint too small to leave an imprint on this world"

Ivan: I don't know these women, okay. You have the wrong...
Detective: The wrong necrophile?
Ivan: What? You think I'm the only guy in town who likes to crack open a cold one?

Dr. Spencer Reid: Same victimology?
Detective: We don't have a positive id on either one of them yet, but the clothing fits. You really think this is only one guy, huh?
Dr. Spencer Reid: The level of overkill suggests an unsub in a psychotic break. Multiple unsubs in violent psychotic breaks operating in the exact same location is exceedingly unlikely
Derek: Yeah, it's probably one guy

Penelope: [quickly to Hotch via webcam] The kid is tech savvy sir, but fret not. I am tech savvier. Is that a word? That sounds like a word. If it is a word, I am it.
Emily: D.C. time, Garcia.
Penelope: [looks at the clock] 11:17 a.m.
Emily: D.C. - decaf.
Penelope: Oh, right.
[turns webcam off]

Emily: That's interesting what the sheriff said about the drought. He might be on to something.
Matt: Well, except we're not here to solve burglaries. We have a serial killer on the loose.
Emily: Like I said, he might be on to something.
Matt: What, you think that drought could also be tied into the killings?
Emily: Look at the crime scenes.
[pointing to pictures on the murder board]
Emily: Pool. Pool. Pool. It's curious when a town without water suddenly has a string of watery deaths.

Jason: You want my help?
Bruno: Yeah
Jason: Then I need my team!

Jennifer: Glad to hear your voice, Emily, even though you're not really there
Emily: It's great to be heard, even though I am not really here

Bryan: I did what you said. This is my friend, Paul. I even used some of my own blood.
Madison: That's not what I meant.
Bryan: But you said if I made it more personal, you'd use me in your gallery.
Madison: Look, I've been trying to be nice and give you some encouragement, but I can see now that that's really not gonna help you, so I think I just have to be blunt. It's not good.
Bryan: This is... this is abstract.
Madison: I understand the concept, but splashing something onto a canvas, that doesn't make it art. Some people have it, some people don't.
Bryan: You-you don't know what you're talking about.
Madison: Maybe not, but that still doesn't mean that I'm gonna buy this.
Bryan: But you said...
Madison: Look, I don't know how to explain this to you any better. There is a difference between a dream and a talent.

Aaron: The rest of us will meet with the legal attaché before we hit the royal Canadian mounted police
Jennifer: Actually, sir, the officer in charge said that his team was part of a fellowship the BAU gave to train the police forces in profiling
David: Ah, that was the first one we ever did. Jeff Bedwell
Jennifer: You know him?
David: Yeah
Derek: Is he any good?
David: He better be! I trained him

Aaron: Let's get started
Jennifer: All right, Anchorage Field Office has asked us to investigate a series of murders in Franklin, Alaska. There's three people dead in less than a week
Dr. Spencer Reid: For a town with a population of 1,476 that's fairly significant
Jennifer: It's their first murder investigation on record

David: A psychopath born in that conflict! That's not a good mix

Austin: [of the unsub] So what do I do if I see him?
Dr. Spencer Reid: You should call us. Even if you just think you see him, you should definitely call us.
Austin: And if I don't see him?
[Reid looks confused]
Austin: Can I still call you?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [nods, obviously surprised] Yeah! Yeah, you can call me!
Austin: Okay, cool.
[Reid turns to leave]
Austin: Wait! I don't have your number.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Oh, um, it's behind your barrette.

Alex: Was this house remodeled?
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's a Tudor revival house, which means it was built in the 1940s. But I see hardware fixtures from the 1980s, composite window moldings from 2000...
Alex: That would be yes.

Detective: So why do they even need the bag?
Aaron: Suffocation's a form of torture, and they enjoyed watching her suffer.

David: It has been fired. It couldn't have been the unsub unless he has very long arms

David: What's that saying: "Death by a thousand cuts"?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Lingchi. It's a form of torture and execution in ancient China. Knives were used to methodically remove portions of the body over an extended period of time, eventually resulting in death

Emily: [while walking through D.C] JJ that's not the point!
Jennifer: [scoffs] Well are you gonna call him?
Emily: Maybe.
Jennifer: [groans/while laughing] Emily!
Emily: Mick Rawson is an arrogant, uh oversexed, egotistical...
Jennifer: Hot British dude with a sexy accent, badge and gun. Just your type.
Emily: [scoffs]
Jennifer: [as Garcia walks towards them] Alright, you know what? I don't even get you sometimes.
Emily: It wouldn't go anywhere.
Jennifer: You don't know that.
Emily: I know our *work* schedules.
Jennifer: Okay, you know what, Will and I make it work.
[sees Garcia coming, carrying a ton of shopping bags]
Jennifer: Oh no.
Emily: [laughs]
Penelope: I know, I know, I know, I know. Don't say it. But when you see what's in here, and - and it's not my fault. They were calling to me, I swear. And they were all on sale, so if you think about it that means I am helping the economy which is more than I can say for you guys... 'cause no one else has bags.
Jennifer: Yeah, please tell me all of those aren't for my son.
Penelope: They're not.
Jennifer: Good.
Penelope: [holds up a tiny bag] This one is for Kevin.
[Prentiss laughs]
Penelope: What it is my duty as a fairy godmother to *spoil* the child. And Henry is finally old enough to be fun while opening presents. I am not taking them back! Give me my coffee and no one's gonna get hurt.

Jennifer: What's Hotch doing?
David: My guess is, wishing anybody else was the leader of this team.

Derek: You know what your only mistake has been since you started?
Penelope: Oh, hooray. More criticism.
Derek: You are trying to replace J.J. Nobody can replace J.J. Now, take the other one out, too.
Penelope: I'm not trying to replace her. I'm... I'm trying to do this job the way she'd want it done.
Derek: You know what J.J. would want? She'd want you to find a way to do this job on your own terms. Play to your strengths.
Penelope: Okay, all my exstensive knowledge of operating systems and internet protocol is not really gonna help me out here.
Derek: That's not what I'm talking about.
Penelope: What are you talking about?
Derek: You need to go O.G. Original Garcia.
Penelope: Derek Morgan, I'm a little blind right now, but it appears the rough blur that is you just threw out my only pair of contact lenses.
Derek: [putting Garcia's glasses back on her face] There she is. I know you.
[Morgan gives Garcia a teasing wave]
Penelope: How often do I tell you I love you?
Derek: Every day. It's implied.

David: How you doin'?
Penelope: Do you ever have one of those days that you want to unplug from everything... literally?
David: [opens his bag] Give me your phone. And your tablet. And your other phone. Okay. Tonight you're coming to my house. We're going to listen to Tony Bennett on vinyl and drink 18-year-old Scotch.
Penelope: I don't drink Scotch.
David: You'll learn.
Penelope: Thanks.
David: Anytime.
[Garcia passes another ringing phone]

Jennifer: It's not that I didn't want them to know, okay? I... I don't care about that. It's not about the relocating. It's not about traveling on the weekends or some guy. It's... I didn't want to tell anyone because the minute I-I do, it becomes... it becomes real. And when it becomes real, people get hurt, and I've always run from getting hurt, I... always, and I... I don't want to run anymore. Not from you, and...
William LaMontagne Jr.: JJ, just shut up.
[he kisses her]

William LaMontagne Jr.: I still can't believe it.
Jennifer: That Charlie was gay?
William LaMontagne Jr.: No. That he thought he couldn't tell me. That he thought he had to hide it. I mean, I can't think of anything I'd have cared less about than him being gay, you know? Well, he was my friend, and I loved him, and all I ever would've wanted was for him to be happy, you know?
[picking up his coat]
William LaMontagne Jr.: Take care of yourself, JJ.

Aaron: What can I do for you?
Emily: Well, I guess I was hoping you could tell me where to put my stuff
Aaron: Sorry?
Emily: I'm supposed to start here today, at the BAU
Aaron: There's been a mistake
Emily: I don't think so, sir
Aaron: Yeah, definitely a mistake
Jennifer: [Knocks on the door] Excuse me, we will getting started
Aaron: Thank you, I'll be right there. I did not approve this transfer, agent Prentiss. I am sorry for the confusion, but you have been misinformed. Excuse me, very good to see you again

Penelope: Oh, Will he looks just like you.
Detective William LaMontagne Jr.: Let's hope he grows out of that.
Emily: Just as long as he doesn't inherit the accent.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [from outside the door] Is there room for one more in here?
Jennifer: Spence, hi.
Aaron: [to Reid as he enters] Welcome back.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Thanks.
[looks at Henry]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Wow.
[to Will, extending his hand]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Congratulations.
Detective William LaMontagne Jr.: [takes Reid's hand] Thank you.
Jennifer: [to Reid] How is it that I just went through 15 hours of labor and... you look worse than I do?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Don't be ridiculous. You look beautiful.
Detective William LaMontagne Jr.: Well I could sure use some coffee. Anyone else?
Aaron: Sure.
Detective William LaMontagne Jr.: My treat.
Jennifer: [after Will, Hotch, Prentiss and Garcia leave; to Reid] You okay?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Wow. Yeah, yeah.
Jennifer: You sure? Because there's something I wanted to ask you, but, it can wait.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What is it?
Jennifer: Will and I were talking and... we want you to be Henry's Godfather.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't - I mean, I don't know...
Jennifer: Here. You wanna hold him. It's okay.
[hands Henry to Reid]
Jennifer: Watch his head.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hi. Hello Henry.
Jennifer: If anything happens to us, it's up to you and Garcia to make sure this boy gets into Yale.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Ooh. Yale. Yale! Do you wanna go to Yale, Henry? That was your Godfather's safety school.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Don't worry, I can get you into Cal Tech with one phone call.

Aaron: Has she said anything about the fires?
Doctor: I'm giving her as much painkiller as I can. She asked about her husband and son. She passed out again before I had to answer.
Emily: So she doesn't know.
Doctor: [shakes her head no] Whatever you tell her, she won't live long enough to know different. I'll be right back.
[doctor exits]
Emily: Did she just tell us to lie to a material witness?
Aaron: No. She told us that we could.

Warden: Name?
Penelope: [approaches booth] Penelope Garcia, I'm here to see Greg Baylor?
Warden: You're not on the list. Next!
Penelope: Wait! I'm... I'm from the FBI, I left a message!
Warden: Oh, yeah, that Garcia. He said he didn't want to see you. Next!

[searching through birth records to find a woman who had a serial killer's child]
Penelope: We'll do single mothers only, in case she wanted to keep the father a secret. You know, didn't want to brag. "Oh, your baby daddy's a third grade teacher, well, mine likes to poke people in the stomach with tools, so there."

Jason: This last kill had a different signature!
Derek: I know! I also know that Richard Jewel fit the profile of the Olympic Bomber to the "t" and he was innocent, but the accusations tore apart his life!

David: [voiceover] A sincere artist tries to create something which is, in itself, a living thing. -painter William Dobell

Dr. Spencer Reid: [wakes up in hospital] Are you eating jello?
Derek: Hey kid.
[to the hallway]
Derek: Hey, Doc. He's awake.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [to Morgan] Is there any *more* jello?

Aaron: Every time I ask you a question, you have this habit of deflecting attention onto somebody else.

Emma: My daughter will be dead by then.
Alex: I believe you, Emma. I can see how sick she is. I talked to your doctor.
Emma: Dr. Gourse? You... you talked to Dr. Gourse?
Alex: Yes. He said Lexy is too sick for this to work. This man's blood won't do anything.
Emma: But it has to. It's all I have left.
Alex: No. No. What can cure Lexy is what cured you. Funeral homes are required by law to keep a portion of the remains of those that they cremate. These are your husband's ashes. Only these will make your daughter well.

David: [voiceover] If I am what I have, and if I lose what I have, who then am I? German psychologist Erich Fromm

Aaron: [Final monologue] Sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes you do everything right, everything exactly right, and still you feel like you failed. Did it need to end that way? Could something have been done to prevent the tragedy in the first place? Eighty-nine murders at the pig farm. The deaths of Mason and Lucas Turner and make 91 lives snuffed out. Kelly Shane will go home and try to recover,to reconnect with her family, but she'll never be a child again. William Hightower, who gave his leg for his country, gave the rest of himself to avenge his sister's murder. That makes 93 lives forever altered, not counting family and friends in the small town of Sarnia, Ontario, who thought that monsters didn't exist until they learned that they spent their lives with one. And what about my team? How many more times will they be able to look into the abyss, how many times before they won't ever recover the pieces of themselves that this job takes?
[a hooded figure appears behind Hotch, he turns around, facing the barrel of a gun]
Aaron: Like I said, sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day.
George: You should have made a deal.
Aaron: Sometimes, the day just...
Aaron: ...ends.

Aaron: Think of the house as a witness. If it could talk, what would it tell us?
Penelope: My guess is it'd tell us to get the hell out.

Waiter: May I take your order, sir?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Um, I'll have a double espresso.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: And I'll have a non-fat latte. Fancy meeting you here.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hi.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Hi. Did you know Sir Arthur Conan Doyle probably sat right here drinking his coffee about 130 years ago?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I think he probably drank tea. You know, given his comment that the tea fields of Ceylon are as true a monument to courage as is the lion at Waterloo.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Spencer...
Dr. Spencer Reid: And this is Oxford. Didn't Sir Arthur Conan Doyle go to school at the University of Edinburgh?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Are you gonna argue with everything I say?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, of course not.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: You know, there is such a thing as too much logic.
[music starts]
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Dance with me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Why?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I want to hold you once before I'm a ghost of a memory.

Luke: Well, he liked his new nickname enough to bring his own neon

Penelope: [alone, scared in a car] Nervous whistle. Stop it. Everything is... everything is cool, Garci.
[takes a deep breath]
Penelope: Gorgeous tech-kitten found in lonely, dark parking lot. Throat slashed, ear to ear... horrific... tragic... with the very files of one of the most prolific serial killers ever. Tonight he remains at large... the blood of Quantico finest
[Jason opens car door]
Penelope: Oh God! Oh my God!
Jason: Drive
Penelope: You're right, drive! Yes drive! Drive where?
Jason: Just drive
Penelope: Just drive, just drive
[and drives away]

David: [opening quote] "Change is the law of life, and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." - John F. Kennedy

David: [voiceover] "The timing of death, like the ending of a story, gives a changed meaning to what preceded it." ~~ Mary Catherine Bateson

Dr. Tara Lewis: All right, the victim's name is Carl Kevork, and he escaped the crash with only minor injuries. The EMTs who transported him to the hospital said he had been heavily drugged, most likely ketamine, like the others.
Matt: Carl's a big guy. The unsub must have gotten the dosage wrong.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, Carl doesn't remember much. I mean, he recalls running down an alley, seeing a van, getting inside.
Dr. Spencer Reid: We profiled he'd be unemployed. It looks like our unsub's been living out of this van for a while.

Aaron: So, you know there was a big hole in the profile you presented back there.
Jason: Can you pass the moo shoo, please?
Jennifer: Uh, what's the hole?
Jason: I left out the possibility our unsub might be a cop.

Christopher: I don't understand. Why did you let them go?
Dr. Spencer Reid: They weren't prepared to do what needs to be done.
Christopher: You're not one of us! You don't know what it takes to be prepared!
Benjamin: Listen to him.
[to Reid]
Benjamin: Tell him.
Dr. Spencer Reid: They failed the test. They... they had a chance to prove their faith when Cyrus told them that they'd sacrificed themselves for God, but instead they showed they weren't worthy. That's why he wants the media to bear witness to your true final act of sacrifice.
Christopher: How do you know that?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm always looking for signs of things to come.
David: Reid's talking to us. He wants a sign when we're coming in. He's telling us this is it! Time has run out! We've got to go in!

Derek: It says here that vomit was found at the vicinity of his abduction.
Penelope: Hmm, thank you for reminding me of that disgusting detail, Dreamy D.! Yes, that vomit has been collected and is being analyzed as we speak, and I am very grateful that I have this job and someone has that one. That's not me.

Dr. Spencer Reid: He used the same type of lock and chain to restrain the victims in San Diego.
Jennifer: He also used cots like this. The wood, too; it's like a funeral pyre.
Luke: The guys goes from runaways to good kids from good neighborhoods. That's a lot more work and a lot more risk for him.
Jennifer: So what was so special about these two? Why'd he want 'em so bad?
Dr. Spencer Reid: He may be discovering what his true victim selection criterion is.
Jennifer: Well, the runaways were probably just a practice run; easy targets, no one reports them missing.
Dr. Spencer Reid: But the boy/girl pattern he's established suggests that there might be some kind of fantasy he's trying to perfect.
Jennifer: So what's the fantasy, then? Is he righting some kind of wrong? Getting revenge, maybe?
Dr. Spencer Reid: If he has kids of his own, it might have something to do with them.
Jennifer: I can't imagine what would drive a parent to do something like this.

Suzy: Hello, you two. You must be Cindi. Dominic has told me so much about you.
Malcolm: This is Dominic and his wife Suzy. They're gonna help us out.
Malcolm: Cindi? You have permission.
Cindi: Thank you for all your help. Please let me know if I can be of service.
Dominic: Impressive.

David: When it comes to missing kids, the first 24 hours are the only 24 hours

Police: Dave, you knew this was gonna happen. And just like you said, he's evolving. He killed the parents and then he took the teenage daughter. There was a struggle in her bedroom, but she's nowhere inside.
Luke: Did the unsub abduct the last time?
Police: No.
Luke: Checkpoints?
Police: We got 'em set up, but we're way behind this guy. That's the grandmother. You want me to talk to her?
David: No, I'll do it.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [Reid is being cleaned by a bio hazard team] I'm about to get naked so they can scrub me down. You sure that's something you wanna see?

Emily: Florence Nightingale. Why does that type of woman flip his switch?
Luke: I could make a joke about uniforms and sponge baths...... . but that would be beneath me...

Derek: Why are you acting so weird?
Elle: We're sitting with a guy who knows that there are 800 kernels of corn on the average cob...
Dr. Spencer Reid: Arranged in 16 separate rows.
Elle: ...and you're calling me weird?

Derek: Nice job, Valdez. You just got your whole team killed.
Jimmy: Sorry.
Derek: You're damn right, you're sorry. Franklin's wife is pregnant. Maxwell over there just got engaged. Wedding's in May, right? It's too bad you won't make it.
Jimmy: I thought I cleared the room.
Derek: You didn't check the door. You missed the hidden threat.
Emily: I should have covered him.
Derek: No, Prentiss. You're on point. It's his job to cover you. And when you don't do your job, Valdez, people die. Now, if you're not ready to shoulder that responsibility, then maybe you need to reconsider joining the Bureau.
Jimmy: [pause] I said I was sorry, all right?
Derek: I heard you. But out in the field, "sorry" doesn't bring people back.
Derek: We're done today.

Dane: What's the problem, man? We're busy in there.
Clifford: Do you know who I am?
Dane: Hell, no. Am I supposed to?
Clifford: I know who you are.
Dane: Good for you. Now mosey your ass back out of here.
Clifford: I've been waiting a long time for this.

David: Yes, Mr. Zimmerman.
David: So, you have to go visit this guy every year to get the name of another victim.
David: That's right.
David: So, what was the special day of his choosing?

Billy: Calling someone?

Luke: Look, uh, the Delaneys' security was offline, probably from a signal jammer.
Jennifer: Unsub's organized, like we thought.
Luke: Yeah, but it didn't wipe out wi-fi on the whole block, so the neighbors got this.
[seeing the unsub stroll down the street]
Luke: 11:10 p.m. Let's fast-forward, see where he goes.
Luke: 11:43.
[a car drives past]
Luke: Wait, what's this?
Jennifer: Well, he walked in, killed the parents, and abducted Chrissy in the family station wagon. This guy's bold. Garage is attached. Gives him all the privacy he needs.
Luke: All right, look, I'll get a BOLO out on the Delaneys' car. Geography based on his lead time, we're gonna have to go two states in every direction that doesn't end in the Atlantic Ocean.

Jennifer: [looking at crime scene pictures] Hm, looks brutal!
David: Classic overkill
Dr. Spencer Reid: Stripped and wearing women's underwear that, I am assuming, weren't his
Penelope: Yeah, all of his clothes where found nearby, his skivvies included

David: You're positive?
Penelope: I am triple positive!

Penelope: [to herself, while waiting for the results] All right, technology's working. Good things come to those who wait. Don't look at toast while it's cooking. That sort of thing
[Match found]
Penelope: Shut the front door!

Ronald: How does it feel?
Harold: Why are you doing this?
Ronald: I just wish they were all here to see it.
Harold: Please...
Ronald: Maybe we should shake hands and forget about it. That's what you used to say, right?
Harold: What are you talking about?
Ronald: Riley!

David: Hudson, this is Dr. Spencer Reid.
Field: [shaking Reid's hand] Field agent Anne Hudson. The, uh, father is serving in Iraq. Three nights ago the cops found his family buried over there.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Buried?
Emily: Neighbors heard the dog barking, came over, he was scratching at the grave. Lucy, their oldest child, she's still in her swimsuit.
Aaron: What does the father know?
Field: Some of it. He was on patrol. Took his unit a couple of days to reach him. He arrives today.
David: Last year, the Williams family was killed and found exactly the same way. They lived in Newport News.
Derek: The father, Dan Williams, was also serving overseas.
Field: Now the police are overwhelmed and getting serious heat from the military. We need some answers fast.
Jennifer: As do the media. They're already calling this the work of a serial killer.
Aaron: They're right. It is.
Field: But why bury them? I mean, it can't be to hide the bodies.
David: It's a sign of remorse.
Derek: And when they're done being remorseful, this will happen again.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Oftentimes the best profilers are the unsubs themselves. They're the ones that are able to walk into an arcade full of children and pinpoint the boy or girl that can be led out quietly.

Penelope: So, I have a confession to make.
Derek: Mm.
Penelope: You are not the first guy to call me "baby girl."
Derek: Get outta here.
Penelope: It's true.
Derek: It better not be that guy.
Penelope: Oh. No. Actually, it was a different guy.
Derek: Okay, I'll bite. How did this pretender to the throne end up stealing my fire?
Penelope: I'm going to tell you, but first, I have to explain an explicit, sexually inappropriate detail what a flarpy blunderguff is. Okay, so, you need like an oil-based paint and some charcoal and some sort of food that you love. I mean love, because you are gonna be with it...

Penelope: [Rossi calls Garcia] Fount of wishdom

Derek: [closing quote] "There is a fellowship more quiet even than solitude and which rightly understood is solitude made perfect" - Robert Louis Stevenson

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quote] "Every man's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another." - Ernest Hemingway

[last lines]
Derek: How you doing?
Emily: I'm all right.
Derek: Emily, I'm so sorry.
Emily: "Out there in the field, 'sorry' doesn't bring people back."
Emily: Come on, I'm messing with you. It's nothing, really.
Emily: I'm okay. This isn't your fault.
Derek: Actually, it is.
Emily: You're a team leader. You made a tactical decision.
Derek: And you got hurt. Again.
Emily: You did what you thought was right. And that's all you can do. The rest of it, that's not up to us. That's the job. This is nothing, really.
Emily: I mean, the thing with Doyle, that... I'm kidding! I'm...

Emily: Wheels up in 10

Jennifer: If losing her mother didn't change everything, I know losing her sister certainly will.
Alex: I didn't know. How old were you when your sister died?
Jennifer: Eleven. She was seventeen.

Penelope: I will die before I help you!

Derek: [voiceover] Things do not change. We change. -Henry David Thoreau

Dr. Spencer Reid: [looking at a piece of paper] It's remarkable. Something like this makes you question everything you thought you knew.
Penelope: Yeah. It's like the Monolith in 2001.
Dr. Spencer Reid: So there was actually a time when something like this was socially acceptable?
Penelope: Oh... you're young.
[takes the paper from Reid]
Penelope: The eighties left a lot of people confused.
[a photo of Prentiss from high school is revealed]
Penelope: This is, uh, especially sad, though.
Emily: All right, very funny, you guys. Very funny.
[snatched the paper from Garcia]
Emily: What'd you do to it?
Penelope: Do?
Emily: You obviously aletered it in photoshop or something.
[shows the photo to Garcia]
Emily: That *hair?*
Penelope: Oh, no, Pussycat. That - that's all you. Garfield High, Class of '89.
Emily: [looking at the photo again] You really didn't change anything?
Penelope: I hacked it, as is. You're seriously trying to tell me you don't remember rocking that look?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Perhaps your lack of recognition stems from a dissociative fugue suffered in adolescence. Say, at a Siouxsie and the Banshees concert?
Penelope: [laughs]

Aaron: [opening quote] "Don't you know, there comes a midnight hour, when everyone has to take off his mask?" - Søren Kierkegaard

Dr. Spencer Reid: So I just wanted to say thank you. You really helped a lot.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I can't believe we've been able to talk this much. Three times in one week. That's a new record.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I know. I like it. Maybe we could test it out. You know, talking more often.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Or not.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I have to go.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What? Why?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: No, it's nothing.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [pause] You're not the only one that can hear body language. Did I say something wrong?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I... I'm just not sure it's safe for us to talk right now.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Do you think it's going to be like this forever?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I don't know. It's not how I want us to be, I know that.
Dr. Spencer Reid: My team and I are really good at what we do. Why can't you just let me help you?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: No, you can't ask that.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I can help you.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: I'm not doing this for me. I'm doing this for you, because I cannot let him hurt you, because if he knew, he would...
Dr. Spencer Reid: Please don't cry. I get it. I get it, okay? This is how it has to be. I understand.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Are you still there?
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Yes, I'm still here. And yes, this is how it has to be, for today, at least.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Okay. Well, guess I'll talk to you next Sunday. Bye.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: Bye. Love you.

David: Hey. Just, uh, checking in to see how you're doing.
Emily: It's tough to remain calm when someone's trying to get under your skin.
David: This isn't an annual review?
Emily: Ostensibly, yes, but Barnes has been through every command decision I've made since taking over as Unit Chief and thrown them back at me, including Stephen's death.
David: She's trying to rattle you.
Emily: Yeah. She's after something. I just don't know what.
David: You know we've got your back, right?
Emily: I do.
David: So how can we help?
Emily: Solve this case. Show Barnes we can color within the lines.
David: Okay. Well, hang in there. When I get back, drinks are on me.
Emily: [with a laugh] Deal.
David: And Emily, don't let her push you around. You've earned that seat.

Jennifer: Look, we really... really shouldn't meet like this.
Section: I know. But we gotta talk about some things. Want to grab breakfast?
Jennifer: [pause] Yeah, okay.
Section: We gotta carbo load after that run.
Jennifer: Donuts?
Section: Of course.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [entering the BAU office] Case must be local. JJ said not to bring a go bag.
Derek: What's the Army doing here?
Emily: What the hell is going on?

Cy: [recording himself and scene] And this is where my brother lives now!
Matt: [happy] There you are, Cy!
Lyla: I got you clothes. Bought you some shampoo and toothpaste.
[Matt goes to hug his brother]
Cy: [films self] See? We're the perfect American story!
Cy: Yeah, yeah, yeah, ok. Turn that thing off an' come on in. Come on.
Cy: [Cy grins and it fades as he watches his brother and wife go in the house] Every story has a beginning.
Cy: But the part I like best is the end.
[a montage of his torture is shown; the screams heard; cut to credits]

The: [Hotch has Foyet down and is beating him] You got me... I surrender. I surr...
[Hotch's beating intensifies as his own life flashes before his eyes... Morgan, Prentiss and Rossi enter, and Morgan restrains him]
Derek: HOTCH! HOTCH! He's dead! Hotch, stop! Come on, stop! It's over! It's over... it's OK... it's over, man.
[Hotch breaks down sobbing, then frees himself from Morgan's grip]

Jennifer: Spencer, I'm fine, I swear. It's just a scratch.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, no, I count two cuts, three bruises, a black eye, and possibly a fractured rib.
[He turns to the EMT]
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm not telling you how to do your job, but you should probably consider getting her a CAT scan.
Jennifer: [to the EMT] Ignore him.

Fiona: You remember more than you're admitting.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't. Honestly. I... I told the Mexican police everything.
Fiona: Well, that was very cooperative of you. Too cooperative for someone who has intimate knowledge of the criminal justice system, even someone on drugs.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I... I wasn't on drugs, I was drugged.
Fiona: You stole a car?
Dr. Spencer Reid: That's what they told me.
Fiona: Did you know there were drugs in the trunk?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't think so.

Emily: You're buyin', I'm drinkin'.
Derek: I don't think any of us could afford this place otherwise.
Jennifer: Yeah, I know I can't.
David: Go home.
Emily: We thought you might need some help.
David: You're wrong.
Derek: Come on, now, Rossi. Bounce some theories off us. Fresh eyes can't hurt.
David: This isn't even a BAU case.
Jennifer: Maybe not yet, but I can make anything a BAU case if I want to. It's about paperwork, and I know the paperwork.

Aaron: You alright?
Derek: Yeah.
Emily: [shouts] No! Are you out of your mind? You blew out my eardrum!
Derek: What did you want me to do? He was coming right at us.
Emily: I told you I had him!
Derek: He was shooting at us, Emily.
Emily: Well, you could've given me a heads up!
Derek: What, a loaded MP5 and a shooting lunatic wasn't enough? Come on.

David: [to Tyler who wants to kill the unsub] I got to tell you, that there is nothing better than a psychopath grow old in prison

Alex: Hold on. See how he wrote "Waiting on the taste of honey." It's got southern U.S. roots, but more specifically, it's Texas south, a sub-dialect of southern English found in the north-central part of the state. Right here, you wait for something that hasn't shown up, you wait on something that's nearby.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Then the taste of honey would be close.
Alex: Yes, and the storyteller is probably from north of here.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [learning the unsub removes his victims' eyes] He's an enucleator.
Jennifer: There's a word for this?

Penelope: I can't believe you were shot with...
Derek: I got shot in my bulletproof vest, baby girl. It's just a couple bruises. I'm okay.
Penelope: Why don't they make better vests? That's not bulletproof. It's like when you fall in the pool and your watch stops working. That's water-resistant, not waterproof. They should...
Derek: I am just fine. See? It's just a couple bruises.
Penelope: How-how long do you have to... be taped up like this?
Derek: I don't know. A couple days, maybe.
Penelope: Oh. Okay.
Derek: You relaxed now?
Penelope: Yeah, I'm relaxed. Hey, if you need someone to help you, you know...
Derek: Uh-huh.
Penelope: ...put new bindings on, rewrap or wrap, unwrap...
Jennifer: Hey, you guys... Uh. Well, hey. Hope I'm not interrupting anything.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [voiceover] In all the darkest pages of the maligned supernatural, there is no more terrible tradition than that of the vampire, a pariah even among demons. -writer Montague Summers

Aaron: I knew the crutches wouldn't last long.
Jason: Oh, I'd rather limp. I'll be fine.
Aaron: Well, you managed to get on Garcia's nerves pretty thoroughly.
Jason: Who's Garcia?
Aaron: [snort of laughter] Penelope? The tech? With the glasses.
Jason: In the room with the screens?
Aaron: Yeah.
Jason: She's great.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [sees Sammy playing piano] Whoa. You've been holding out on me, Sammy.
David: I didn't know you could play, Reid.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I can't. Well, I never have before, but it's essentially all math.

Kate: [after distracting the press] Sorry guys, guess you have to capitalize on someone else's trauma today!

Derek: [voiceover] Siddhartha Buddha said, "It is not his enemy or foe that lures him to evil ways".

Aaron: [indicating the hogtied prisoners] We took down these four.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Without firing a shot?
John: Captain America here shot number five.
Aaron: You're welcome. Number six is cut up pretty bad. I don't think he's gonna make it.
John: At least I didn't shoot him.
Derek: I think I'd rather be shot.

Derek: What happened to you in that camp, Paul?
Paul: It doesn't matter anymore.
Derek: Yes, it does. You kill yourself, they get away with it. If you testify, we can shut them down for good.
Paul: What good? I'm an abomination.
David: No, you're not. If you want to live your life according to a single message, go ahead, but try John 13:34 instead: "A new command I give you. Love one another. As I have loved you, you must love one another."
Derek: The best way for you to do that is to put that gun down. Paul, you are a victim, and there are others being victimized right now that you can help. Wouldn't Mitchell want you to do everything possible to make sure that nobody else suffered your same fate? Come on. Put it down.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quote] "It is impossible to suffer without making someone pay for it, every complaint already contains revenge" - Fredrich Nietzsche

Luke: So, this disposal site for Anthony Nakamura's body basically mirrors the one for Shaun Tate that we walked back in Baltimore. The bodies are wrapped in the same loose manner, and they're even oriented next to these dumpsters in nearly the same way.
Matt: Everything's neatly arranged for temporary concealment. Just good enough for a dump and dash. 'Cause it seems as if our unsubs expected someone to find these victims. Take a look at this.
[showing Luke his tablet]
Matt: See, notice their OCD signatures here? These dump sites are equidistant from the suspected abduction sites. Three miles as the crow flies. They're also the exact same direction diagonally, south by southwest.
Luke: What do you think that's all about?
Matt: I don't know. But you can file that under "why hold on to your victims for exactly 48 hours?". It's not about needing all that time just to torture and kill them.
Luke: No, it isn't. It makes our unsubs seem fairly well-practiced, almost as if Nakamura and Tate aren't really their first victims.

Emily: CCTV traffic camera captured this image on the afternoon that our last victim, Dennis Kirkwood, went missing. Alexandria PD have identified Kirkwood's passenger here as a Rebecca Marcus. She's also a working girl. She's telling the same story as Hale, except that Eddie told her to deliver Kirkwood to a different address.
Jennifer: Fortunately for her, he doesn't seem compelled to kill women.
Emily: Unfortunately for us, our description of this Eddie is just too generic, and Luke found nothing at either apartment.
David: You know, Eddie looks too damn young to this good at his M.O.
Emily: Yeah. Everything about this speaks to someone who's had more than enough time to perfect their craft.
Jennifer: Okay, so how did our young Eddie accelerate his learning curve?

Chelsea: I don't know if we're gonna make it out of here alive. If he kills me, I need to tell you something. I lied. I do know what he wants.
Bethany: What is it?
Chelsea: Promise you won't get mad at me, okay?
Bethany: I promise. You're my best friend, and we're gonna get through this together, okay? Just tell me.
[intercut to patrol cars on the road]
Chelsea: That's why I hid it, because I just wanted to know who he was. But he keeps on asking "Where is it?", and that's the only thing I can think of. That's the only thing.
[behind Chelsea, Bethany removes her bonds]
Chelsea: What are you...
Chelsea: You set this up? You're with him?
Bethany: [brandishing a large knife] Of course I'm with him. I love him.

Dr. Spencer Reid: One thing's different, though. He's back in Griffith Park.
David: Coincidence?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Griffith Park spans 4,310 acres, making it one of the largest urban parks on all of North America. Given its sheer size, coincidence certainly is a possibility.
David: But he's never repeated parks before.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, he hasn't.

Derek: You think I don't know how bad you want this guy? I was a uniform, just like you. I saw a lot of cops go down. Before that, I watched my father get shot. He was killed doing his job, a cop's job. So don't think I don't know.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [Standing in front of a screen which displays the letter] I thought that Antiona had written the initials CH in my hand. What she actually wrote was C++, which is a programming language that uses hexadecimals codes, or base-16. Now, that means that the unsub is most likely a programmer or at least someone who works with computers. Anyway, using an ASCII chart, you can translate between hexadecimal code and characters equivalents, but the interesting thing is the entire letter isn't the message. The actual message is hidden in a single sentence that is indicated by the number underlined in the date Reid: Rossi: Reid:
Jennifer: So, the forth sentence
Dr. Spencer Reid: Exactly. "When I think that proof alone will never beat faulty logic, I bleed twice". Now if you count the letters in each word, you get hexadecimal code
[hex: 41 54 4F 4E 45 46 4C 4D 4E]
Dr. Spencer Reid: which can be translated into characters
David: Kid, just tell us what it says
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Letters read: ATONE FL MN] Atone full moon

Deputy: You guys need anything?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Coffee would be nice.
Derek: He takes about a quart of sugar in it.

Chief: Thanks for coming.
David: Agent Rossi. This is Agent Hotchner.
Aaron: Morning.
Chief: Good morning. The store was only open a few minutes when this went down.
David: Hell of a way to start the day.

Aaron: [closing, voiceover] "A man is known by the silence he keeps" - Oliver Herford

Aaron: Chief, if you're not sure the girls are missing, why would you request our help?
Sheriff: Listen, something happened. I am just not sure what and if it's bad I'll take all the help I can get. Plus your agent Jareau can be pretty convincing

David: [his cell phone beeps] On second thought, Helen. It's Garcia.
Dr. Spencer Reid: So much for a night off.
David: You better bring us the bill.
Helen: Okay. That'll be 10 bucks.
David: No, you can charge us for drinks we didn't have.
Helen: Everything's marked down until it's all gone.
[lshows Rossi the closing notice]
David: Oh, you can't close. This place is history.
Helen: Unfortunately, Dave, history doesn't pay the bills.
David: [sighs] Marines used to be big business.
Helen: Still are. That's why three new bars opened up across the street. What's that thing they say about competition?
Dr. Spencer Reid: It breeds success?
Helen: It sucks.

Derek: TNT doesn't pack much bang for its buck. It'd be pretty hard to hide the amount needed to cause the damage to that coffeehouse
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's like page 118.
[Derek looks surprised]
Dr. Spencer Reid: The Anarchist Cook Book, TNT for Dummies?

Penelope: Sir, it's not that I'm not glad to be coming with you, because I am. I just don't understand the why.
Aaron: One of the aspects of an equivocal death investigation when suicide is a probability is an indirect personality assessment. Our victims are all Internet generation kids. There should be invaluable personal data on their computers to mine for the evaluation.
Derek: If they committed suicide, evidence of it will probably be in their cyber world.
Penelope: So I'm gonna snoop through dead kids' computers?
David: This plane seldom makes pleasure trips.

David: You know, James Joyce also said, "There is no heresy or philosophy so abhorrent to the Church as a human being."

[first lines]
Penelope: [JJ is at Reid's desk] Hey.
Jennifer: Hey. I still can't wrap my head around it.
Penelope: I know.
Jennifer: I, uh... I took a change of clothes to the precinct for him.
Penelope: Did you see him?
Jennifer: Uh-uh. I left it with Emily. She said he was finally getting a little sleep. Now part of me's glad I didn't see him locked up. I don't think I could take it.

Linda: I've seen some bad ones in my fifteen years, but this was... bad.
Alex: What was the C.O.D.?
Linda: It's hard to pinpoint. Virtually every bone in her body was crushed, and every major organ ruptured. My guess is skull fracture, but honestly, any one of these internal injuries might have killed her.
David: What about the lacerations? Could they have been defensive wounds?
Linda: No, they were in a distinct pattern. Quite deep, and severe, on the radius and ulna, but carefully placed so as not to cause death.
Alex: There would be substantial bleeding from a wound like that.
Linda: Absolutely.
David: Yet there was minimal blood at the crime scene.
Alex: The victim suffered the lacerations and burnings somewhere else, then was taken to the canyon to be killed.
David: But why not make it one-stop shopping? Transporting her alive, even a short distance, would increase the risk significantly.
Linda: The tox report did show traces of chloropromizine in her system.
Alex: A tranquilizer. That was what he used to control her.

Benjamin: Do not fear. We are on the side of the righteous.
Emily: Where's Lunde?
Benjamin: It wasn't us.
Emily: What? You can't shoot it out with the cops! You have children here.
Benjamin: I didn't start this.

Jennifer: [about Trisha and John Bates] Are they in touch?
Penelope: He was doing work in San Diego about two years ago. Somehow, he found out her email account and tried to reconnect.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Two years ago? That when the first murders took place. Garcia, did she respond to the email?
Penelope: Yeah. She basically told him to go have sex with himself and then she deleted that email account.

Dr. Spencer Reid: So Seattle's where "it" all began.
Derek: We just need to figure out what "it" is. And off the top of my head, I can think of grunge music and overpriced coffee.
Dr. Spencer Reid: That doesn't seem significant enough for terrorism.
Jason: If it's a personal cause bomber, it only needs to be of significance to him.

Jason: Emerson said, "All is riddle, and the key to a riddle is another riddle

[last lines]
Emily: [Hotch finds Prentiss waiting for him] I'm having a bad day.

Emily: Thank you all for getting back here so quickly. I got a call from Chief Wheeler at the New Orleans Police Department. They've requested our help. Garcia, go ahead.
Penelope: The Big Easy has its own big bad operating in its midst. Earlier today, police uncovered a mass grave inside a vandalized crypt.
Emily: Tremé Cemetery. Ten bodies in total were discovered by the groundskeeper this afternoon.
Penelope: Yeah. The bodies were buried and burned inside the secluded tomb that had been pried open. They are believed to have been placed there in the last few weeks. The tomb was off-limits due to some maintenance being done.

Aaron: We believe the unsub responsible for these deaths may be a teenager.
Emily: He's a loner. He doesn't participate in team sports or group activities. He's withdrawn, very low self-esteem.
Dr. Spencer Reid: His only form of pure interaction is online. He engages in activity that draws attention to himself yet isolates himself from his peers.
Jennifer: [presenting the profile to a group of adults] Parents and teachers should watch out for the warning signs: kids with bloodshot eyes, marks on their necks, severe headaches, disorientation.
David: In real life, he considers himself a loser. In cyberspace, he can pull strings. Makes him feel powerful.
Deputy: Does this kid know that other kids are dying because of him?
Derek: He's choking himself and daring others to do it, so we're most likely looking at reckless homicides here.
Jennifer: If you see anything that's unusual or suspicious, just call the sheriff's department and we will try to direct you as best we can. All right, thank you.
[the crowd breaks up]
Jennifer: Well, we told as many parents as we could.
Sheriff: Do you think it helped?
Jennifer: Not as much as getting through to the kids will.

Penelope: Do you even fondue, bro?

Erin: Call in S.W.A.T. Secure the perimeter. Wait for him to come out.
Derek: Ma'am, he's holding a woman inside.
Erin: We don't know that for certain. We don't have probable cause.
Aaron: She's right.
Erin: If he's got her, he waits 48 hours. He's not going to kill her yet.
Derek: He's changed the pattern of the dump sites. Now he's changed how he abducts them. Do we really want to gamble that he's sticking to the rest of the model?
Cop: So let's pound on the door! Maybe he'll panic.
Aaron: But he could spook just enough to kill her early.
Emily: I want to go in alone. The boy's in the family room. He'll answer the door.
Erin: No.
Emily: We need to get invited in that door. He's looking for female authority figures. If he lets me in, I can signal as soon I see anything that gives us cause.
Erin: Technically you're not even in the F.B.I.
Aaron: All the better.
Erin: She's interfering with a federal investigation!
Emily: Well, if I'm no longer in the FBI, then you have no authority over me. I'm just a civilian knocking on a little boy's door.
Derek: Prentiss.
[hands her a gun]
Emily: Thanks.
Aaron: As soon as you have probable cause, give us the signal and get out of there.
Emily: Okay.

Jennifer: Uhm, my... my baby I lost, I... uhm, I wanted to name her Maggie

Derek: All right, kid, talk to me. I can tell you're having something up in your head. What is it?
Dr. Spencer Reid: 2,412. It's the number of hours we spent communicating, counting ph-phone calls... and... letters.
Derek: All right, that's about a hundred days.
Dr. Spencer Reid: 100.5. What if that's all I get?
Derek: Well, it's not.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You can't say that.
Derek: Yes, I can, 'cause when we find her alive, and you finally get to lay your eyes on her, what's the first thing you're gonna say to her?
Dr. Spencer Reid: A couple of months ago, we were getting off the phone and... and she said "Bye. Love you." Just like that, "Bye. Love you." I know it was just a slip, but...
Derek: But she said it, Reid. She said it. You didn't say it back to her, did you?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I was waiting for when we finally met.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Medieval medical practitioners believed that chickens could absorb illness. They would rub the birds all over the bodies of the diseased in an attempt to rid them of their sickness.
Jennifer: See, uh, this is a venetian bird mask. During the 17th century, doctors would stuff these with herbs and spices and wear them to protect against infection.
Chief: From the plague.
Dr. Spencer Reid: That, along with the burning of the bodies and the burial ground, Tremé Cemetery number two, and the fact that it was originally built to house victims who died from cholera and smallpox, tells us that this unsub believes himself to be a modern-day plague doctor.
Dr. Tara Lewis: A vigilante or angel of death whose job it is to stop sick people from spreading disease.
David: Our unsub wants to eradicate not just the sick, but the sickness within them.
Dr. Spencer Reid: In fact, it wasn't until the middle of the 19th century that humorism, the belief that illness was caused by an imbalance of the fluids in the body, was discredited. Before that, it was believed that there were four humors in the body: black bile, yellow bile, blood, and phlegm, all of which were susceptible to miasma, or bad air, that carried disease.
David: Our unsub's fixation on these ancient medical practices speaks to a very specific kind of stressor.
Jennifer: It indicates a distrust in modern medicine. He or a loved one may have suffered a loss brought on by illness or disease.
David: Or he may blame modern medicine for failing to save a loved one.
Jennifer: Our unsub was living on the fringes of society. His van was not just his means of transport, it was his whole life. And now that he's lost it, there's no telling what he'll do next.

Aaron: [closing, voiceover] "One of the deep secrets of life is that all that is really worth doing is what we do for others." - Lewis Carroll.

Emily: We're working on all channels here. Matt Cruz is on with the consulate right now. We could get an immediate extradition, but it's just the beginning.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I really screwed up, and I'm so sorry.
Emily: It was for the right reason.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I don't know what happened, but I know I didn't kill anyone.
Emily: We do, too.

Jason: Roman philosopher Lucretius wrote "What is food to one is to others bitter poison."

Aaron: Why would I ever want to leave the BAU?

Aaron: My team? Let me tell you about my team. Agent Morgan fought to protect his identity from the very people who could save him. Why? Because trust has to be earned, and there are very few people he truly trusts. Reid's intellect is a shield which protects him from his emotions, and at the moment his shield is under repair. Prentiss overcompensates because she doesn't yet feel she is part of the team. She needn't worry. Everyday, Agent Jareau fields dozens of requests for our team, and every night she goes home hoping she's made the right choices. Garcia fills her office with figurines and color to remind herself to smile as the horror fills her screens. And Agent Gideon in many ways is damned by his profound knowledge of others which is why he shares so little of himself, yet he pours his heart into every case we handle.

Dr. Spencer Reid: You know Garcia, she carries a laptop, not a gun. She can't even look at crime scene photos without needing pictures of panda bears to counter balance them.

Aaron: How are you?
[sees Prentiss sigh]
Aaron: That bad?
Emily: What?
Aaron: That's your tell.
Emily: It is?
Aaron: Uh-huh.
Emily: For how long?
Aaron: Uh, ever since I've known you.
Emily: Well, you have one, too.
Aaron: I do?
Emily: Yeah, only I'm not gonna tell you what it is or you'll stop doing it.
Aaron: I see.

Jason: Nietzsche said, "The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it."

Emily: I told you you had to sit this one out.
Luke: Yeah. I know.
Emily: You defied a direct order. I can't let it slide. Because a shot was fired, OPR will take your gun. I am not asking for your badge yet, but I am placing field restrictions on you. For the foreseeable future, you will work out of the BAU. You're not allowed to travel with the team. There will also be a formal demotion; you'll be downgraded from Supervisory Special Agent to Special Agent. Neither of those things are necessarily permanent. You can earn back both privileges, but it won't be easy. Is that clear?
[he doesn't reply]
Emily: Is that clear?
Luke: Yeah.
Emily: Good. You're lucky you didn't kill him, or you'd be gone forever.

Emily: Did you hear that?
Derek: What?
Emily: Was that a scream? I... I don't even know what direction it came from
Derek: That's another reason I hate these damn woods! It messes with the sound

Derek: Look at me. I don't want to hurt you, okay? Let's make a deal. You give me that gun, I promise you I will walk you out of here and you will never have to come back. Sound pretty good?

Aaron: [opening quote, voiceover] The American poet Anne Sexton once wrote "It doesn't matter who my father was. It matters who I remember he was."

Derek: You know what gets me? See, we figured you were down and out, pissed off. But you're out here working. What is so God-awful about your life that you've gotta take it out on the rest of the world?
J.R. Baker: It was fun, boss.

Alex: He removed the white blood cells. Plasma.
David: Why would he take the plasma?
Aaron: It would make it thicker. Easier to use as a paint.
Derek: What type of equipment would it take to do that?
Alex: You can easily buy a centrifuge online these days for couple hundred bucks.
Aaron: What other reasons would he have for separating the plasma from the blood?
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's a habit.
Aaron: Reid.
Jennifer: Spence.
Aaron: I didn't expect you back this soon. You sure you're ready?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, but I think I figured something out.

Luke: In some way this guy is the perfect unsub
Jennifer: We've busted perfect before

David: [closing, voiceover] "The doctrine of the immortality of the soul has more threat than comfort." - Mason Cooley.

Lisa: So, Garcia's wall hanging...
Luke: Yeah, I, um... I know.
Lisa: Where do you want to hang it? There's a nice big space over the record player. It should go there.
Luke: Wait, you like it?
Lisa: I love it.

Helen: Well... I forgot I even had this.
Emily: What is it?
Helen: Divining rod. It belonged to my great uncle up in Bartlesville. He could find well water with it. And people say that's hocus pocus, but it isn't. My daddy said that I had one of these in me, that I could find the bad in any man, see beneath the surface and find the evil. Maybe Daddy was right, the way Rod turned out.

David: I have to take a leak.
Elias: Too bad.
David: You're gonna let me piss my pants?
Elias: Should've worn your Depends before you came into my house.
David: Will you cut the old man shit? It's condescending.
Elias: Good.'Cause I got to tell you, when Sydney told me that you were in the house, I was expecting David Rossi, the legend. But what I got was David Rossi, the AARP member. I was hoping for a challenge. Barely even raised my pulse.

Gabby: I want my mommy.
Michelle: Hush, Carly.
Gabby: My name is Gabby.
Asian: If you cry, bad things will happen.

Derek: [opening, voiceover] "Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher." - Japanese proverb

David: [Entering prison interrogation room] Mr. Sam Pritchett? I am agent David Rossi. How are you doing?
Sam: I can't complain
David: Well, you could, but who would be listening, right?

Aaron: [opening quotation, voiceover] Flannery O'Connor said "If there were no hell, we would be like the animals. No hell, no dignity."

Penelope: [Derek calls] It's your dime, mister Amazing

Aaron: This is our, uh, newest agent, Dr. Spencer Reid
Detective: Ted Jarvis. A little young, aren't you? No offence
Dr. Spencer Reid: None taken. In fact neural processing speeds reach their maximum at around age 15,so when it comes to being affected by crime scenes and other graphical visual input, we're all really the same age

Warden: Last thing this town needs is a Rod Garrett wannabe on the loose.

Deputy: [JJ and Luke are interfering the operation in the park] Order them back
Emily: Sorry, DT isn't my command
Deputy: [surprised and irritated] Rossi, if you don't pull away your agents from that target, I will relieve you from your role as BAU team leader
David: Excellent! I never wanted it in the first place

Maxine: And then I will get my car and pay for it with the money I don't have

Rose: You get enough to eat, honey?
Jason: Oh, yeah.
Rose: Traveling?
Jason: Yeah.
Rose: Where you headed?
Jason: Nowhere in particular.
Rose: How will you know when you get there?
Jason: That's a good question, Rose. That's a very good question.

Jennifer: Hi, Polly. My name is JJ. I grew up in East Allegheny, just right up the road. I was captain of the varsity soccer team my senior year. Got me a scholarship to Pittsburgh. Well, it's a pretty good school, but... it's not exactly Penn State. I know that's where you're going, 'cause your mom told me. You know, your mom carried a picture of you all the way up to the FBI academy in Quantico, Virginia, so that me and these agents here could help find you. And believe me, she was not leaving until we said we'd come. So no matter what happened over the past six days... no matter what, this... will all be a memory some day, but you will always have a mother that loves you that much.

Penelope: If you really think the unsub is stalking on SOAR, that means that they are under 22 years of age.
Luke: No, Rossi thinks they're older and more experienced.
Penelope: No, age doesn't always provide smarts. Life experience does. Eh, the kid could have had a rough run of it. I... I need to talk to Rossi.
Luke: Mm. I wouldn't do that. I... he just hasn't been himself lately.
Penelope: Well, I'm going to talk to him. He'll be excited we're breaking scones together.

Campus: You're one of those FBI guys. A profiler, right? Like, one look at the crime scene you can tell what kind of shampoo a killer uses.
Jason: You're a bit skeptical.
Campus: Maybe a little.
Jason: Your girlfriend thinks you're going to break up with her.
Campus: You're kidding, right?

Dr. Spencer Reid: Dr. Norman gave me permission to sleep on the couch in your room tonight if it's all right with you.
Diana: [to Dr. Norman] If anyone tries to keep him in here any longer, I'll scratch your eyes out.
Dr. Norman: [to Spencer] One night only.
[Dr. Norman walks away]
Diana: It helps if they think you're crazy. They don't argue.

Patty: I don't understand why those boys agreed to a polygraph.
Jeff: They didn't. They suggested it.
Jennifer: It's a countermeasure. They're trying to manage perceptions trying to prove they don't have anything to hide.
Jeff: They know where Kate is right now.
Jennifer: Well, we don't know that for sure.

Luke: Off of bubblegum? For real?
Dr. Spencer Reid: We've seen the use of aerosolized drugs before. One called scopolamine, puts you in a catatonic state. The other's sevoflurane. It's used during dental surgery. It puts you in a suggestible, almost hypnotic trance
Jennifer: And because it is used in dental surgery, it tastes and smells like bubblegum

Mick: [flirting with Prentiss] So, what are you wearing?
Emily: A gun.

David: [On the phone] So, uhm, how are you holding up?
Penelope: Well, eh, you know how I am with change
David: Yeah, that's why I asked

[Closing Quote]
Aaron: There's an old Apache saying, "You can take many paths to get to the same place."

Emily: What about a few years ago? In 2004, did he give you anything?
Samantha: That's the year he gave me Randy.
Emily: Randy?
Samantha: My dog. He was just a puppy then.
Emily: Guys, Sam's father gave her gifts, trophies, from each abduction.
David: That's significant.
Samantha: I didn't know that's what they were.

Derek: Hey, baby girl, you're on speaker. Give me the lowdown.
Penelope: Chocolate thunder, you can have the whole kit and caboodle. Just say the word.

Penelope: [Talking about their traumas] That's not the point. My point right now is: I miss the team every day, I miss you every day, but I don't miss the work! Can I give you a hug, so I know we're okay?
[Rossi keeps silent]
Penelope: I'm gonna take your silence as consent!
[They hug]
Penelope: This is how I profile people!
David: I really am happy for you! More than that I am jealous, I want what you have, but right now I have a job to do

Aaron: I was here, I talked to him and I didn't see it
David: He made himself look like a good guy. You bought it. It happens to the best of us! Welcome to the club

Derek: Oh, one last favor. Look up the words sexy and brilliant in that computer of yours and tell me what you come up with.
Penelope: Look at that, it's me.
Derek: You are a goddess woman, ciao.
[Flicks the phone shut. Women in the waiting room are staring at him]
Derek: It was a... It was a work call.

Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes: I made David kill those men. I gave him... gave him their names. I gave him the money. I gave him this place.
Emily: I won't lie to you. The road from here is hard. But there's hope.
[David aims his gun at her]
Emily: [holstering her own] If you don't want to take my help, then you're gonna have to shoot me. Is that what you want?
David: Please don't make me do this.
Emily: I'm not gonna make you do anything you don't want to do.
David: Emily, no!
Emily: David, go ahead. Do what you have to do. Shoot me if that's who you really are.
David: [dropping the gun] Oh, my god, Emily.
[she holds him as he sobs]
David: I'm so sorry.
Emily: Shh.
David: I'm so, so sorry.
Emily: It's all right. I know. I know. This is who you really are.

Detective: Twenty-six year old Lisa Jackson was abducted last night in Brooklyn. Apparently she was walking home from a bar with a friend when a man in an SUV pulled up, attacked them both with a hammer. Friend wakes up, Lisa's gone.
Emily: He only took one of them.
David: He only needs one. Plus, two is a lot of work.
Stephen: Was the friend able to give a description of the attacker?
Detective: Yeah. Matches White. She said she saw him having drinks at the bar earlier.
Luke: He's out drinking. He's either arrogant or he's just not paying attention to the news.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Or he can't resist the urge to hunt.

Jennifer: [Hotch is watching Rossi's interrogation] How's he doing?
Aaron: I think he's making progress.
Jennifer: I'm surprised none of them have lawyered up yet.
Aaron: Tina and Lyle haven't because they know that they're innocent. Charles is a sociopath. He thinks he can talk his way out of it.

Aaron: [Phone rings] Go ahead, Garcia
Penelope: I'm gonna start with the good news first, 'cause I wanna!

Jason: Are there any cults in the area that you know about? Secret groups, people you see you don't know much about, people who stay to themselves mostly.
Sheriff: This is a very religious area, church on Sundays, fellowship on Wednesday, bible classes. If there was a secret group I'd probably know about it.
Dr. Spencer Reid: That's an inherent contradiction.
Sheriff: Excuse me?
Jason: He means if there was a group being secretive you probably wouldn't know.

Emily: Good evening, Mr. Peters. I'm SSA Prentiss. This is SSA Rossi. We're with the FBI. We have some questions to ask.
David: [silence] So, what brings you to Lake Palmer?
Emily: [another silence] Do you live in the area?
David: [more silence] Well, how about this? We'll talk and you sit there praciticing your stonewalling, because we already know a lot.

Jane: We are gonna watch movies, have girls' night, that's all. Just you, me, and Julia Roberts.
[puts popcorns to Molly's mouth]
Molly: [spits them] I'm done with this. Just untie me. I...
Jane: You spit at me. I'm feeding you by hand and you spit at me. No. I can't allow you to keep crossing these boundaries.
[holds a hammer]
Jane: I'm gonna help you fix yourself. You've become an ungrateful narcissist. I call this a humility check. It shatters those selfish thoughts so you can hear other people's feelings and needs.
Molly: Please, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Please. I'm sorry. I'm sorry...

Sheriff: Every job has a patron saint. Cops have Saint Jude, doctors have Raphael the Archangel. But if you're a drug dealer or a killer, who do you pray to?
Jennifer: The saint of death.
Sheriff: I've learned that crossing the desert to get here, you lose track of the ways you can die. So if someone close doesn't make it, sometimes it's easier to blame a superstitious figure.
Aaron: Well, Omar doesn't seem like he believes what he's saying.
Sheriff: I didn't say he believes it. I said it's who people are blaming.
Aaron: What people?
Sheriff: Look, Santa Muerte has been coming up more and more. The illegals I send back, the coyotes I arrest. Some of the drug traffickers, they're afraid.
Jennifer: Afraid of a saint?
Sheriff: I handled a homicide once where my only witness was this four year old girl. And she told me her mom and dad got killed by a dragon. Turns out the bad guy wore a green rain suit with a pointy hood. To the kid, it looked like a dragon. So when hundreds of people are talking about the same monster, it's a sure bet something's going on. They just don't know what to call it.

Jill: David Rossi in my office. Somebody pinch me.
David: You must be Agent Morris.
Jill: Jill, please. Can I take you anything? Coffee?
David: Actually, if you don't mind, I'd like for Dr. Reid and I to get to this.
Jill: Dr. Reid. Thank you both for coming. You won't be disappointed.

Penelope: [Picks up the phone] Garcia's lair of knowledge and wisdom
Aaron: Garcia, you have the list of Zodiac case experts?
Penelope: Yeah, standing by for you. I have everyone who has every written or blogged about it. FYI there are way too many people obsessed with this sicko
Aaron: Right, cross reference that with professional chess players
Penelope: Oh, that totally helps, yeah. Okay, the list is getting smaller... and smaller... down to nothing!

Jason: In the last 6 months, your husband start asking you to play out sexual fantasies?
Linda: Excuse me?
Jason: Possibly even berated you if you played along?
Linda: I don't think that's appropriate.
Aaron: When it finally stopped about a month ago you were relieved.
Special: Ma'am, you're afraid to ask why we're here. Now, in your heart you know we're not here because Ronald's helping us with this investigation.
Linda: Good night.
Jason: You've been glad to have him leave the house at odd hours because he's been angry and frustrated. When he comes home he feels like the man you married again.

Penelope: I have come up with a list that is good and plenty, which, by the way, is my current favorite candy

Dr. Spencer Reid: [voiceover as plane flies] "If it is a miracle, any sort of evidence will answer, but if it is a fact, proof is necessary." Mark Twain.
Aaron: Victimology is very similar. Blonde-haired, blue-eyed teenage girls.
[looks at photos]
Jennifer: We believe they were each abducted near public transportation stops.
Emily: [holds up photo] When was this photo taken?
Derek: Beth was caught on a bank surveillance camera three hours before she disappeared; that's a recent photo of Abby.
Emily: So, she wasn't found in the same clothes she was abducted in.
David: Maybe he changed them because hers were burned by the sulfuric acid.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's possible. Sulfuric acid can turn human flesh into soap.
[JJ's face as Reid is talking is shown as affected due to their conflict]
Aaron: Garcia, any recent similar cases in the surrounding area?
Penelope: [on laptop] Actually, yes. Two months ago, a prostitute and a runaway were both found raped and killed and they had stab wounds to their eyes.
Jennifer: So maybe he practiced on high-risk victims first.
Derek: And then advanced to chemical enucleation.
Jennifer: Isn't that a rare paraphilia?
Emily: Well, the chemical part is. It would exacerbate the pain.
David: Like Ed Kemper, he's probably practicing on surrogates, before going after the real object of his rage.
Aaron: Dave, you and I will talk to the parents. Morgan and Prentiss, go to the disposal sites. JJ, you and Reid to the abduction sites.
[JJ and Reid's faces reflect their feelings about the orders]

Penelope: [Kate enters] Welcome to the dark forest. Enter at your own risk.

Elle: I am talking to so many women, I am forgetting how to speak English
Deputy: Well, you know, you look like a Latina
Elle: There is a good reason for that: my mother is Cuban

Bethany: [to other dolls] We're leaving.

Emily: [opening quotation] "The spectacle is capital, accumulated to the point where it becomes image." - Guy Debord.

Haley: Happiness is a choice, so choose!
Aaron: But how? How do I choose?
Haley: Get out of your head, the heart is the one that knows, so follow it

Sarah: [Gideon rushes in] My last supper. Like some? Look, it came with a toy

David: [opening quote] "What madness is it to be expecting evil before it comes?" - Lucius Annaeus Seneca

[last lines]
Thomas: [hums and sings] "Happy birthday to you / Happy birthday to you / Happy birthday Agent Rossi / Happy birthday to you." And many more.

Luke: [walks into tech room] Good morning, Penelope
Penelope: Thank you for entering my cleansed lair! Can I ask you something?
Luke: If you gonna ask me to look after your cat again, I'm gonna have to get an allergy prescription from my doctor
Penelope: No! But on behalf of Sergio and all senior cats everywhere, we appreciate you putting your immune system on the line like that for him

Penelope: You guys do realize that visiting death rows is not part of my job description?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Garcia, this will be the first serial killer couple ever recorded for VICAP
Penelope: They slaughtered 13 young girls with blond hair! Hello!
[points to her own blond hair]

Jason: "Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed" - Genesis 9:6.

Dr. Spencer Reid: What used to be up here? The dirt road leading in seems rather substantial
Sgt. Joe Mahaffey: Salt mining. Hauled this stuff out by the truckloads. These hills filled a hell of a lot saltshakers
Dr. Spencer Reid: Actually less than 6% of salt in the US is used for food. The fast majority goes for de-icing roads and snow control

Luke: [Looking at the pictures of the victims] Good looking man in their thirties, that's not a victimology we see a lot of
David: They're usually the unsub

Penelope: [about to reveal JJ's secret voluntarily] Alright, you pulled this out of me and you did not hear it from me

Liz: It reminds me of when my dad died. I keep having this flash of my mom. She's sitting there, mourning, you know? I realized that they're all widows. Widows! It got me thinking, there's no word for a mom who loses a child. Or for a little girl who loses her world. Attie asked me the other day if she'd still be a sister if we don't find Katie.
Jennifer: Attie will always be a sister, okay. She has to believe that! Okay?

Jennifer: What's your name?
Cameron: My name is... Cameron Patterson... I'm a soldier, 53699.
Jennifer: Is that what he told you to say?
[Cameron nods]
Jennifer: Cameron, you don't have to say that ever again. Okay?
[Cameron nods again]

Penelope: [all others walk in] Those faces! My heart! Thank you, universe for bringing them back! Even Luke

Dr. Spencer Reid: What's causing the aphasia?
Dr. Linda Kimura: The poison is affecting the parietal lob, impairing her speech. Some of the other patients displayed the same symptoms, shortly before they died
Dr. Spencer Reid: None of the drug combinations are working?
Dr. Linda Kimura: The only thing that is helping them right now is morphine

Penelope: [playing poker] I'm in
David: Well, I think you're bluffing, so I will see your fuzzy pencil and raise you... from the Dominican Republic one Fuente Fuente Opus X
Penelope: I don't understand what we're betting. I don't smoke
David: 'Cause poker is not fun unless you have something on the line

Marvin: If you want to lift someone's wallet, don't kiss the dog.
Finn: What?
Marvin: Don't let him see your face. You almost had it, then you looked him in the eye and lost your nerve.
Finn: What do you know about it?
Marvin: What you tried, a Keystone Kop would have spotted. Cigarette?... You know my name. What's yours?
Finn: ...Finn.
Marvin: When's the last time you've slept without keeping one eye open, Finn?
Finn: What's it matter to you?
Marvin: It doesn't, really... I've seen you milling around. Maybe I could help.
Finn: ...Look, man, I don't care what you pay. I don't sleep with dudes.
Marvin: Believe me, if I were gonna pay for that, I wouldn't pick you.
Finn: So, uh... why do you want to help me?
Marvin: You remind me of someone.
Finn: Ah, gotcha. I remind you of you when you were young and just starting out or some crap like that, right?
Marvin: Word of advice, Finn. If someone offers to help you, don't step on him before you know the terms. Have a nice life.
[walks away]
Finn: Hey, Marvin! You, um... You want your lighter back?

Dr. Spencer Reid: Hey, you wanna read? I always read when I'm anxious.
[hands Derek a book]
Derek: [reads the title] "The Magical Mathematics of Quantum Physics" - ah! Nope.
[hands it back]
Derek: I'm good, I'll wait for the movie.

David: You, go through my pants pockets and find my keys. Second, you, you're back on the team.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Not sure I should be. Has the Director approved that?
David: I'm making the calls now. I'll take the heat. You're back on the team.
Luke: [fiding the keys] I got 'em.
David: There's a little one there, to a file cabinet in my office. You following me?
Luke: Yeah. Following you.
David: Inside, there's Chicago Bears season tickets. When you get 'em, you call Matt Simmons. I promised him those tickets.
Luke: They must have given him something in the ambulance to make him loopy.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'll get the doctor. We'll get him into surgery.
David: Just shut up and listen. Now, Emily is missing. Stephen is dead. As for you two ass clowns, you'll do me the courtesy of following my orders.
Luke: Your orders aren't making sense.
David: Follow my orders, and then I'll go into surgery.
Luke: [he and Reid turn to leave] This has got nothing to do with season tickets.
Dr. Spencer Reid: "Ass clown"?

Kate: When we arrest this guy, can I do the honors?
David: We might have to flip for it.

Jennifer: While we initially thought Barry Flynn might be a suspect, it turns out we're looking for one of his followers, an unsub who suffers from erotomania. He's obsessed with Flynn, his latest abductee, and he may believe that Flynn's also in love with him.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Erotomania has very little to do with sex. It's a romantic or spiritual connection that erotomanics crave. Victims of the delusion tend to be from a higher social status and have done very little to stimulate or encourage such a belief.
David: In fact, it's likely the unsub and Barry Flynn have had no previous contact. His infatuation probably began from afar, considering Flynn's celebrity status.
Alex: The patience required to commit his crimes makes us believe he's a male in his late thirties to forties, who is single and socially immature. He's a loner with poor social skills.
Derek: And although he is capable of holding down a job, he most likely neglects his duties to focus on his obsession. This is a guy who spends much of his time living in his delusional fantasy world, and he may have been tracking Flynn for quite some time.
Aaron: And with erotomania, the most likely recipient of violence is the person standing in the way of the desired object.
Alex: It's possible the unsub witnessed an interaction between his two first victims and Flynn, killing them in a jealous rage.
Jennifer: Another possibility is that the unsub killed them to prove his devotion.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The weapon used had a ceremonial quality to it, which means the unsub probably views these victims as sacrifices, and the messages he is leaving may be meant for Flynn.
Derek: In his head, he may believe that he's already involved in a personal relationship with Flynn, and now that Flynn is under his control, the situation is especially precarious.
David: If the unsub is under the delusion that Flynn also cares about him, then any misstep by Flynn that contradicts that belief could lead to more victims, or even Flynn's own murder to prove they have a special bond.
Aaron: And with each passing hour, it's increasingly unlikely that Flynn will be able to match the unsub's expectations for him, so we must act quickly. Thank you.

David: [closing quote] "We knew the world would not be the same: some people laugh, a few people cried, most people were silent" - J. Robert Oppenheimer

Thomas: This is more than I was expecting!
David: Every marine is entitled to a funeral with full honors. You just have to ask. Plus a couple of three stars from my cigar club in DC, who wanted to fly in to be part of this.
Thomas: And them?
David: Those gentlemen are who are left from your father's squad in Vietnam
Thomas: How did you find them so quickly?
David: Someday I'll introduce you to one Penelope Garcia

Penelope: [with fake blood running down on her cheeks] You didn't even flinch. JJ's right. I told her I wanted to go scary this Halloween, and she just laughed at me, and she said that I don't have a scary side.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm sorry. If it makes you feel any better, you probably do.
Penelope: Really?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah. The building blocks of the human personality are complex, varied, and multi-faceted. It's essential to one's mental health to want to express these hidden personalities, and... it's just a fact of nature that everybody has one.
Penelope: Everybody? You have one?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Oh, absolutely. Yeah.
Penelope: Okay, okay. I want to see it. I want to see Dr. Spencer Reid's hidden personality.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Uh, you, right here? Like right now you want to see it?
Penelope: I have fake blood running down my cheeks. Right here, right now.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Okay. Once you see it, you can't unsee it.
Penelope: Okay.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I know what you're thinking. You're thinking, "Did that guy just fire five shots?" or "Did that guy just fire six shots?" You're gonna have to ask yourself a question. Do you feel lucky, punk?... That was Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry. I mean, I know it's not as effective as my dominant personality, but I feel like there's...
Penelope: Hey, look, we gotta go.
Dr. Spencer Reid: These eyeballs, do they need to be refrigerated?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, it's cool.

Penelope: Now, I know what you're thinking and before you ask, I'm sorry, the instructor was a retired nurse in her seventies, that's about as un-unsubby as they come

Erin: You want to arrest James Stanworth? Are you out of your mind?
Derek: He's got motive. Mary Rutka had a tape. She was blackmailing him.
Erin: It was a hooded figure. You can't prove it was him on that videotape.
David: He fits the profile, Erin.
Erin: Forgive me, but your profile sounds like a self-made man, not the psychopath you claim he is.
Derek: We said he'd be destructive. In 1998 alone, he fired 6,000 people from one of his companies. Some of those employees took their own lives. That is the type of power and devastation that he enjoys.
Erin: Hearsay. Slander if you're not careful.
Derek: Ma'am, he got into politics to be hard on crime. He would have access to keep tabs on Don Sanderson.
Erin: And now you're sounding as paranoid as Don Sanderson. You cannot accuse a man without a shred of physical evidence.
Derek: Mary Rutka had skin under her nails. Maybe she left a mark.
Erin: And you cannot arrest a man based on the possibility of a scratch.
David: We can't arrest this man. That's what you mean. Don't pull any punches now, Erin.
Erin: You don't understand what the politics are, do you, Dave? You never have.
David: No, I do. I just don't care.
Derek: Ma'am, all due respect, but we have an innocent man in our custody, and the killer is still out there. It just might be James Stanworth.
Erin: You don't have enough proof. The BAU functions without you. Don't push it.

Det. Payton: He's just a teenager
Emily: So were the Lords of Chaos!

Matt: [alone with JJ] They told us to go to the bedroom
Jennifer: That's weird

Derek: Cheerful.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Depression is a vicious cycle. It frequently manifests itself in the degradation of one's personal living environment, which in turn, fuels the depression, which then worsens the living environment.
Derek: I'll take a look around in here. Why don't you check out the kitchen?
Dr. Spencer Reid: The kitchen.
Derek: Is that a problem?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Frankly, I'm not too anxious to see the perishable food version of this room.

David: Blake found one potential lead. It was the last client that Debbie kept before she went off the grid. It was by the name of Mr. Smith
Aaron: Will Mr. Smith talk to us?
David: Once Blake promised that we wouldn't ruin his marriage. She's bringing in him now
[Blake enters with a woman and points her to the interview room; Blake walks to the others]
David: Who is that?
Alex: Mr. Smith!
David: [All three at the same time] Aaahh

Derek: It's all conjecture, because there's nothing deviant in this guy's history. But if you wanted to do something bad, wouldn't it be nice to have another version of you to blame it on?

David: [opening quotation] "When you have a child, the world has a hostage." - Ernest Hemingway.

Emily: We did discuss you maybe easing back into things slowly.
Jennifer: Emily, I'm good to go, really. I even brought a permission slip from my doctor.
Emily: Promise me, no jumping out of helicopters.
Jennifer: Only as a last resort. You have my word.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [to Sammy] You have a panic attack? Here, let me show you something. Wait, behold! An average penny 97% zinc, 3% copper, now if you focus all of your attention to the center of my hand, you will create a beam of energy, strong enough to make this penny... disappear
Sammy: [after Reid has shown his now empty hands] Wow! How'd you do that?
Total: What the hell, man? You hit me with this penny!
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'm sorry
Maxine: [laughing] Sorry

David: Something wrong?
Emily: He's the first unsub I've worked who wasn't a bad guy. You know? Six months ago, Jonny McHale was just a regular person.
David: Every unsub is ill on some level. Most can't help what they do any more than Jonny could.
Emily: But he went from successful writer and artist to brutal killer in six months.
David: He suffered an unbelievable tragedy.
Emily: I know. I get it.
David: So what's bugging you?
Emily: It just makes me wonder... are we all capable of becoming something like that?

Derek: What are you looking for, Sarah? You afraid somebody is gonna hear you? Who were you protecting your brother from, your father?
Emily: Was your father hurting Steven?
Sarah: He... he really believes he was doing what's right.
Derek: So, he did throw him around a little bit?
Sarah: They just... they didn't see eye to eye. Steven couldn't stay here anymore, and... and I had to help him get out.
Emily: Is your father hurting you, too?
Sarah: Never.
Emily: How come?
Derek: Because she's not the one who's gay.

Penelope: Derek Morgan, this is the 67th message that I have left you, and if you do not call me back, I will have no choice but to show everyone that nude photo of you from art class, and not the good one, either. I'm being serious. What were you and Kevin talking about yesterday? I'm freaking out here. Please, call me back. Bye.

Aaron: [closing quote, voiceover] "There is no formula for success, except perhaps an unconditional acceptance of life and what it brings." - Arthur Rubinstein.

Jennifer: No signs of forced entry or a struggle, according to the initial police report.
Penelope: Mom and dad put him to bed at ten. Woke up this morning, he was gone.
Alex: Any visitors or workers to the house recently?
Penelope: No, but the parents say in the last two weeks, they've received five phone calls from what sounds like a little boy prank calling them.
Aaron: They complained to authorities, but police determined that no laws had been broken.
Penelope: Mm-hmm. The little boy says "I'm gonna get you", according to police reports. There's a lot of crazy people talking in the background; it sounds like it's coming from an asylum or prison.
Derek: Well, I'd say the calls might coincidental, except the boy called again right after the parents found Andy missing, and he had a different message this time; "Did you see what I did?".
Jennifer: So he's taunting them. Maybe this is about revenge.
Alex: "I'm gonna get you" is typically a threat, but in the case of children, it can also be a phrase used during play.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, this sounds similar to a cold case from fifteen years ago. Frankie Clayvin of Memphis.
David: I remember that. Gideon handled it. It obviously pre-dates all of you.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Frankie Clayvin was nine years old at the time. He never made it home from school one day, was found dead in the woods thirty-six hours later five miles from his house.

Mark: If you arrest my client again: lawsuit. If you harass him: lawsuit. If you follow him: lawsuit. If you sneeze in a general direction: lawsuit

Dr. Spencer Reid: Garcia, can you see what's at this intersection point? 39-30 latitude, negative 89-42 longitude.
Penelope: Uh, that would be the old Little farm. And that's Little, not like diminutive, but Little family, that's where Ian grew up.

Derek: [opening quote] "The further backward you can look, the further forward you can see" - Winston Churchill

David: [voiceover] All things truly wicked, start from an innocence." ~~ Ernest Hemingway

David: Bridget and Scott Bergstrom grew up in Winona and have deep ties to the community.
Jennifer: Scott was a local distributor of farm equipment, Bridget cut hair at a salon in the mall.
Emily: And yet they were murdered by a family annihilator.
Penelope: Sad, but true. The Bergstrom family had their share of dirty laundry. Though who of us does not?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Scott developed a Vicodin habit a few years back after a skiing accident.
Emily: So he could have been in over his head with his dealer.
Jennifer: So, Bridget was having an affair?
Penelope: Yeah. I looked at their financials. She's got a credit card secret just in her name, with charges to a motel just outside of town and nothing else.
David: She might have cut things off, causing him to go off the deep end. Can you get us a name?
Penelope: Yeah, I'm already into it. You'll have lover boy's name ASAP.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What about Amanda, the sole survivor? Any motive there?
Penelope: Deep sigh. I hate that you're asking that. And deep sigh again, I am bound by duty to report the facts. There's a modest insurance policy; seventeen year old Amanda is the beneficiary.
Emily: $100,000.
Luke: That would seem like all the money in the world to a teenager.
David: People have been killed for a lot less. That's an unlikely motive for the daughter, but we can't rule her out.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Whatever set this unsub off, he made the whole family pay for it.

Bob: Is it that hard for you people to tell the truth about me?
Bob: To notice me? Like you. Do you even know my name?
Tiffany: Ralph?
Bob: [shots a gun] Guess again.

Emily: Our unknown subject, AKA Eddie, is described as being a male Caucasian between the ages of 18 and 25, standing between 5'10" and 6'2" in height with dark blond hair.
Emily: This unsub is what we call a grief-induced killer. In his heartbreak, he is lashing out at the men that he thinks are responsible for covering up what he believes to be the murder three years ago of a Robin Rhodes.
Luke: This after Baltimore police concluded that Robin's death was an accident. And he may also have genuine reason to feel that evidence was overlooked or, as seems more likely, he tends toward a paranoid personality.
Emily: Unfortunately, the sketch and description we have do not match any known associates, friends, or family of Ms. Rhodes. And yet the key to this case will lie in re-examining the circumstances of Robin Rhodes' disappearance and death.
Luke: Given his age range, he seems too young to be this good. It's taken him three years since Robin's death to train himself to take his revenge fantasy and turn it into a cold-blooded reality.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quote] "Fear is pain arising from the anticipation of evil." - Aristotle

David: [closing quote, voiceover] "For we pay a price for everything we get or take in this world, and although ambitions are well worth having, they are not to be cheaply won." - Lucille Maud Montgomery.

Jennifer: Mrs. Smith? I'm Agent Jareau. Jennifer. I'm with the FBI.
Marlene: Did you hear any more about my Bobby?
Jennifer: No, ma'am. But our entire team is here, and we are the best at what we do. We're gonna need your help, okay?
Marlene: Okay.
Jennifer: I have a boy of my own. He's almost three. I... can't even imagine what you are going through.
Marlene: He's so little.
Jennifer: I know. Can you tell me what happened the morning you dropped him off?
Marlene: I was having one of my bad days.
Jennifer: And what does one of your bad days look like?
Marlene: I wanted to hurt myself. I can't control it.
Jennifer: Is that why you took him to his grandmother?
Marlene: Yeah. I have to protect him.
Jennifer: And you had done this in the past?
Marlene: [near tears] Yeah. I just had to get him out of the house. You know? I just had to get him out of the house. That's all I kept thinking about, was just get him out! Get him out!

Penelope: She passed away two hours ago
Aaron: But she hasn't been transferred to the ME yet, has she?
Penelope: I don't know how you know that, but no, she hasn't! If you give me a nanosecond I will tell you why that that is... It's because...
Aaron: Because her organs are being recovered
Penelope: Because her organs are being recovered. Sir, you frequently amaze me a little, but sometimes you amaze me a lot!

Aaron: Come to Milwaukee. I'll make you a deal: If your ready bag isn't here, packed, I won't bug you anymore. If it is, I want you on that plane with me. One more case.
Emily: [sighs] I already turned in my badge and my gun.
Aaron: That's just hardware.

Andre: Welcome, my name is Andre. Before we start, I'll need you to fill out a small waiver.
Alex: No, no, no, no, we're not a couple.
Andre: That's okay. We cater all kinds of relationships.
David: Well, our relationship is with the FBI.

Dr. Spencer Reid: I guess I needed to see if I could step away.
Jason: And...?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I'll never miss another plane again.

David: I've been a guard for 20 years. I know a little something about disciplining somebody.
David: So, what, you thought could beat homosexuality out of him?
David: I don't like your tone.
David: Threatening this boy with tactics you use on hardened criminals, threatening him with his own life?
David: I was teaching him how to be a man.
Aaron: No, you were teaching him how to kill one.
David: You convinced him he was worthless, contemptible for being who he was. And he believed you, so he found a way to become someone else, anyone else.
Aaron: Steven isn't missing, sir. He's the offender we're looking for.

Luke: M.E.'s preliminary time of death confirms that we couldn't have missed him by more than a few minutes.
Dr. Spencer Reid: There was extreme overkill here. Victim was shot six times and then bludgeoned. He's decompensating.
Luke: Or evolving.
Jennifer: Yeah, he doesn't care about the family anymore. He's going straight for the bully.
Dr. Spencer Reid: [leaving] Hey, guys? Austin's room.
Jennifer: The other murders, the unsub left the homes undisturbed.
Luke: [finding the murder weapon] Well, it certainly looks like this is what he bludgeoned the victim with.
Dr. Spencer Reid: He could have left it in the living room with the body, but instead he brought it back in here and destroyed Austin's other sports trophies.
Jennifer: Yeah, you know, everything about this, the overkill, trashing the room, going after Austin's prizes, it fights against our profile of mission oriented organization and impulse control.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, he's more stressed now. He knows we're closing in.
Jennifer: Yeah, it's more than that. His behavior reads juvenile.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Our unsub isn't an adult. He's a child.

Emily: [opening quotation] "The illusion of control make the helplessness seem more palatable." - Allie Brosh.

Kendra: I was pregnant with twins. And then one day I wasn't. Is that what you want to hear? The doctor said one fetus consumed the other.
Jeremy: I wasn't even born yet and you blamed me?
Kendra: You are rotten to the core! You always have been!
Derek: [Morgan comes in] FBI! Drop your weapon.
Kendra: Maybe I made you into a monster because I hated you when you were inside me!
[Prentiss tries to stop her]
Kendra: But I think I hated you because I knew what you were!

Penelope: Oh, God, JJ sent that alert 30 minutes ago. They must have looped the system. That's why I couldn't read any hard-lines.
Aaron: Which of the servers sent the message?
Security: [coming to Garcia and Kevin] Hands where we can see them.
Kevin: What? Wow, wow. Wow.
Penelope: Utherlay oadchurchbray... Utherlay oadchurchbray.
Alex: You don't need to be a linguist to recognize pig Latin.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Luther and Broad Church is the location of Cramer Industries. It's a research and development company.

Emily: What have you got, Garcia?
Penelope: Okay, my fearless, furry friends

Derek: Good morning, Emily. Had a good weekend?
Emily: Yeah. No. Yes.
Derek: [giggles] Oh, I've been there.
Emily: No, it wasn't... I don't want to get into it.
Derek: No problem.
Emily: It... it just feels weird for me to talk about my personal life here, you know? I don't really know all you guys that well yet.
Derek: I totally get that.
[walks away]
Emily: [loud] I think I totally screwed up this date.
Derek: [returns] Okay, what happened?
Emily: You have to understand: I am a nerd, like seriously. And I can fool people, days, weeks even but sooner or later, I blow my cover and I say something so geeky and then he doesn't respond and I lose all confidence.
Derek: What did you say?
Emily: "Kilgore Trout."
Derek: Guy has a problem with Kurt Vonnegut?
Emily: You know Kilgore Trout?
Derek: I read "Slaughterhouse Five" when I was 12. It blew my mind. Seriously, I could not get enough, so I just kept going and read them all.
Emily: Yeah, yeah. Me, too. What's your favorite?
Derek: Oh, "Modern Knight."
Emily: The one about the American spy.
Derek: Who pretends to be a Nazi.
Emily: "You are who you pretend to be."
Derek: "So be careful who you pretend to be."
Emily: Oh my God! I can't believe you're a Vonnegut fan. You just made my day!
Derek: Anytime.

Elle: Three more victims with nonfatal wounds, and it's only been forty-eight hours since the last shooting.
Jason: The media attention and the FBI presence will only escalate his desire to shoot again.
Detective: Meaning...?
Jason: This is gonna get much worse.

Manager: Steve was a good guy. Hope you find the psycho who did this
David: We have every intention!

Mary: Do you want grapefruit or cranberry?
Frank: Coffee
Mary: Cranberry it is

Jennifer: So, I looked it up. No witches were ever burned at the stake in Salem.
David: Really?
Jennifer: Death by fire was strictly a European thing.
David: Moral of the story, be selective where you practice your witchcraft.

Harrison: You remember what they did to him over there?
David: He was captured outside Hue, I think.
Harrison: They held him for three nights. No eyes. No ears. No arms.
David: But he was still alive.
Harrison: You remember why they did that to him? Hell, you were the first one to figure it out.
David: Fear. They were trying to scare us.
Harrison: Same thing's happening here.

Timothy: Who's Eric Rawdon?
Aaron: [realizing] He's behind this.
Timothy: Maybe he's your partner.
Aaron: If that were true, you'd have evidence.
Timothy: I do. The storage locker in your name, the supplies.
Aaron: You're grasping. And I'll tell you why. You need me here as cover for missing a major terrorist incident.
Timothy: It's a prison break.
Aaron: Not to Rawdon. His dream has always been to set off a bomb in a major metropolitan area. Not for any political or ideological reason; he just wants to see a city burn. And you're letting it happen.
Timothy: Now you're grasping.
Aaron: Am I? Ask yourself one question: am I more helpful here mentally preparing a report to the subcommittee that's gonna haul you in, or out there catching Rawdon?

Emily: I'll be two minutes grabbing my clothes. You're a sweetheart to let me stay the night
Gary: [chuckles] Ahm, when have I ever said no to a sleepover with you?

Dr. Spencer Reid: You know what, Calvin, you're right. I don't know prison. But I do know how to stop a psychopath.
Calvin: That was out there. In here, we're all psychopaths, We have to be, 'cause it's predator or prey. Which one are you?

Special: Confucius once said, "Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves."

Luke: Sinaloa isn't even part of Martinez cartel territory. Why was Ramos there?
Inspector: Hard to say. He could have been hiding out or working.
Phil: Who do you think did this?
Inspector: Plenty of people have motive. A rival cartel, his own cartel; hell, victim's families.

Derek: You know, you're partially to blame for me leaving. You got such a big heart, I think it rubbed off on me.
Penelope: Partially. I think the actual reason is that little baby boy.
Derek: Yeah.
Penelope: I'm really glad it wasn't a baby girl.
[Morgan laughs]
Penelope: I'm really glad. Is that wrong?
Derek: No. No. You will always be my original Baby Girl.

Alex: [opening quote] "The past is never dead. It is not even past" - William Faulker

Aaron: I'm the guy that hunts guys like you.
The: There are no guys like me.

Penelope: [picking up her phone] Full disclosure, fear of change it forces me to continue eating frozen desert food. What do you need?
Luke: We think the unsub is the son of a couple who used to live in Beaumont
Penelope: Do you think that, newbie? Oh my gosh! You just narrowed the candidates to like 1.2 million people
Dr. Tara Lewis: It's just the sugar talking

Elle: [looking at the GPS history of a car] It's got every stop she made and how long she spent there
Derek: You know, these things could cost more divorces that internet porn

Stephen: [opening quote] "Now, we'll start this band of robbers and call it Tom Sawyer's gang. Everybody that wants to join has to take an oath and write his name in blood." Mark Twain


David: [voiceover] Agathon said: "Of this alone, even God is deprived - the power of making things that are past never to have been."

Harold: No father should have to claim his daughter's dead body.

Mark: Let her go, John.
John: Who the hell are you? Get off me.
Mark: You got two choices. You can leave or I can beat the hell out of you right now.
John: Okay, okay! You know what? You're not worth it. You want her so bad, you can have her.
Mark: Walk away, John.
Nicole: Thank you.
Mark: You all right?
Nicole: I'm fine. I just want to go home.
Mark: You shouldn't have to put up with that.
Nicole: He's not normally like this. He just... had too much to drink.
Mark: It's nice to finally meet you, Nicole.
Nicole: How do you know my name? What are you doing? Stop it!

Penelope: Three victims in three days: Rick Salazar, Michael Williams, and John Reynoso. Each was shot in the back of the head with a .40 caliber pistol.
Emily: They lived in different states running south along the eastern seaboard. John, the most recent, was in nearby Bethesda, Maryland.
David: Execution style. Could be professional.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [Morgan pushes several buttons in stuck elevator] Don't! Stop it! Don't!
Derek: Why? What's problem?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Don't do that.
Derek: Why not?
Dr. Spencer Reid: 'Cause, there are six elevator related death per year with making ten thousands injuries required hospitalization. Chill out.

David: I missed a life with Emma because I became obsessed with the chase. With the hunt.
Aaron: Dave, he's threatening my family.
David: And we'll get Foyet, Aaron.
Aaron: Okay. Then what's your point?
David: You have a family. When all of this is over, what are you gonna do... to make sure you're not a lonely guy wondering whey you let the purest thing in your life... get away?

David: [Prentiss watches Alvez and JJ talk to a survivor] Anything?
Emily: He's traumatized.
Matt: I heard him walking. Then he stopped. He was in my room. Right there. Why am I alive? Why me?
David: Wish we had an answer for him.
Emily: He's right. The unsub must have known he was there. If he was in that bedroom, he would have seen the puddle, just like Alvez did.
David: The unsub deliberately spared him.
Emily: But not out of compassion.
David: He wanted them to feel the pain of losing their families.
Emily: I think we've inverted our victimology.
David: We've been focused on the murdered family members. We should be focusing on the survivors.
Emily: They're the real victims. The ones the unsub wants to hurt.

David: [In the plane, Rossi tells Krystall what happened] Most unsubs have a love - hate relation with their compulsions
Dr. Spencer Reid: Which in this case would be erotophonophilia
Krystall: [scene cuts to the house] Erotophono... what?
David: It's the 10-dollar word for lust murder. It involves the mutilation of body parts the unsub finds the most attractive. Now, it could be feet or knee caps, but it is usually breasts or genital...
Krystall: [closes her eyes in disgust] Ok, got it! Got it!
David: You asked
Krystall: Ok, well, you know, maybe we should have a safe word or something
David: Maybe you should tell me when to leave something to the imagination
Krystall: Deal

Aaron: It's the act of kidnapping that reveals the nature of this pack.
Elle: From the German Red Brigades to the Munich Olympics to Iraqi insurgents, the act of kidnapping is a characteristic of political terrorist groups.
Aaron: We could be looking for a domestic terrorist organization like the Symbionese Liberation Army that kidnapped Patty Hearst.
Deputy: But these are Indians, right?
John: I seriously doubt it. The torture and mutilation you see here are very confused imitations of warfares practiced by Native American tribes.
Deputy: You're trying to tell us Indians wouldn't be so brutal?
John: No, I'm saying that Indians wouldn't be so confused.

Ms. McKee: As you can see, his scores are high across the board. But he seems to be holding back in the classroom.
Aaron: Why do you think that is?
Ms. McKee: Has he ever mentioned a classmate named Paul?
Aaron: Paul Cain? Yes, he's been over. He's a friend of Jack's.
Ms. McKee: Paul is being mean to Jack for some reason.
Aaron: How long has that been going on?
Ms. McKee: A few weeks. Jack's just his latest target. We've moved Jack away from Paul, and we're documenting everything, of course.
Aaron: Jack says that things are going very well at school, so the steps you're taking must be working.
Ms. McKee: Thank you.
Aaron: Let me know if anything changes.
Ms. McKee: Absolutely.
Aaron: Can I keep this?
Ms. McKee: Sure.
Aaron: Thank you so much.

Penelope: [Picks up the phone] Talk to me
Sam: Penelope Garcia? Sam Cooper
Penelope: Sam Cooper? As I live and breathe, and here I thought you were a story someone invented!

Derek: [the team has two days to break a detained terrorist] We have two days to do what the CIA hasn't managed in two months?
Jason: We could be looking at the first attack on our soil since 9/11.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Long-term stranger abductions of children Billie's age are rare. They represent only half of one percent of all missing cases per year. But they are usually more likely to be fatal. Of the children that are abducted and murdered, 44% die within the first hour. From that point forth, their odds of survival greatly decrease. 75% are gone after three hours. Virtually all of them are dead after twenty-four.
Aaron: Which means we have just under four hours to find her.

Jennifer: Hi, uh, we're agents Jareau and Lewis with the FBI. We're wondering have you seen this woman?
[Shows picture]
Jennifer: She would have been here like three days ago
Bartender: No!
Dr. Tara Lewis: Are you sure? She might have been here with somebody else
Bartender: It's a bar. Lots of people coming and going in here
Jennifer: Well, she's missing, so any information you can give us will be greatly appreciated
Bartender: Sorry
Dr. Tara Lewis: All right, thank you.
[walks away, but immediately turns back]
Dr. Tara Lewis: Oh, I'm sorry, one other thing. Who's the general manager here?
Bartender: I am
Dr. Tara Lewis: Oh, that's great! Because we actually got an anonymous tip that somebody is skimming off the receipts, so we're just gonna need to take a quick look at your books
Bartender: Hold... hold on. I thought you were interested in missing person?
Jennifer: We are. But the FBI also handles federal tax violations
Dr. Tara Lewis: I mean, you have books, right? 'Cause if you don't have books we have to shut this place down
Bartender: Can I see that photo again?
Jennifer: Oh. This one?
Bartender: Okay. Yeah, you know what? I think I remember her now. Yeah! I... , she wasn't in here very long

Emily: I know this isn't easy for you
Samantha: If I accuse him and, and he has done nothing... then I betrayed him
Samantha: But if he has, you'll save a young boy

Derek: I am so proud of you. I love you, always. But do you think you can try to be a little friendlier to Alvez?
Penelope: Oh, my god.
Derek: Hey, hey, hey. Look at me. He seems like a pretty all right kid.
Penelope: He... I... it's complicated. I'll try. I make no promises.
Derek: Go save some lives, baby girl.
Penelope: Okay.
[he kisses his fingers and touches her cheek]
Penelope: Meow.
[checking him out as he turns to leave]
Penelope: I hate it when you go, but I love when you walk away.

Jennifer: Another missing kid?
Penelope: Yeah, this is where it goes from whack to super whack with a side of awful.

Emily: [Brings her laptop showing a video link with Garcia] Guys, Garcia has something
Penelope: Okay, everybody needs to sit down, 'cause I'm about to rock your world and not in the way I like to do it!

[to Derek]
Frank: If I had your looks, do you know how much easier my life would be?

Jennifer: [entering the dirty living room of the possible unsub] I think it safe to say this guy's single and not in a relationship

Stephen: We have something, but, uh... it's out there.
Emily: I'll take "out there".
Stephen: The gun store owner was more of a libertarian than you would think. He talked about how he never judged his customers or who they love.
David: That's... weird.
Stephen: Yeah, not as weird as when he mentioned Obergefell.
Emily: The Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage.
Stephen: You said we were missing something in the relationship between these two women. What if it's this?
Dr. Tara Lewis: The risks that Lindsey's taking, the bond she has with Cat, it's not professional. It's romantic.

Leopold: Agent Morgan?
Emily: What the hell?
Leopold: "They say beauty can cover a multitude of sins"
Derek: What?
Leopold: "But underneath it all..."
Leopold,7265: "we all look exactly the same!"
Derek: That's Frank! He said that to me in the diner!
Leopold: "Give me Jane or I'll kill them all"
Derek: Frank thinks we have Jane?
Aaron: We need to find him, fast!
Leopold: Can I have my ten bucks now?

John: [teaching a school class, BAU just entered in the back] Samuel
Samuel: Yes?
John: Tell the man from the FBI who the Ga'he are
Dr. Spencer Reid: The Ga'he are mighty spirits, who dwell at desert caves
Aaron: Reid? Is your name Samuel?
[class giggles]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sorry

Agent: Just got a call from the postmaster general inspector's office
Jennifer: Already?
Agent: I'm not just a pretty face

Randall: [to Reid] If you want the grail, you must ask the question.
Dr. Spencer Reid: She's not a grail. She's your daughter. Her name's Rebecca.
Randall: My daughters died in a fire and my son and my wife.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Rebecca lived.
Randall: No. Your mother, she explained it all to me.
Dr. Spencer Reid: My mother is a paranoid schizophrenic who'd forget to eat if she wasn't properly medicated and supervised.
Randall: She made me realize none of it was real. I didn't lose Rebecca. She... she never existed in the first place.

Emily: [closing quote, voiceover] "The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love, and to be greater than our suffering." - Ben Okri.

Emily: [running into the elevator with Tara and Rossi] We're on our way!
Penelope: Driving or... Oh!
David: About time
Penelope: Return it filled up, but not only with fuel. Bring them home, Emily
Emily: We will! Wheels up

Penelope: And what is weird on top if weird is that all that listing and watching completely stopped 6 month ago

Jimmy: Do you have a Bogeyman, Dad?
Bill: Yeah, it's called FICA and he haunts my paycheck. Yeah, don't worry about that

Penelope: Looking for past high-risk victims outside of Madison was completely ingenious because now we getting somewhere! I mean fool me once and all that, but don't worry, you're not going to be able to fool me twice because I'm a gonna get you...
Aaron: Garcia!
Penelope: Sorry, sir, I... I am super pumped because I've used my complete and total bad assery-ness to bust and move through layers of local legal bureaucracy!

Detective: So, eh, we're undercover, maybe we should, you know, act like a couple
Emily: [laughs] Oh, are you still working this tired sexual tension angle?
Detective: I don't know, you're the fortune teller. You tell me

Sheriff: Her name was Holly Freeman. She was my high school sweetheart. She drowned out on the lake a couple years ago while boating with her family.
David: I'm sorry.
Sheriff: Me and Holly ended up marrying different people. Didn't work out so well for me, but hers did. Nice husband. Had three beautiful daughters. Wasn't in the cards, Agent Rossi, but... I always felt like she was the one who got away. Crazy, right? The girl you took to the prom.
David: No. Not so crazy.
Sheriff: I hold my damn breath every time they bring in someone new, afraid it might be her.
David: The chance for a proper burial might not be the worst thing. It gives her loved ones some closure.
Sheriff: Closure. You wanna hear my idea about closure? Let the dead rest in peace. I want to remember Holly like she was.
[showing Rossi a picture of skeletal remains]
Sheriff: Not like this.

Diane: Get on the ledge.
Dr. Maeve Donovan: No.
Diane: Now!
Dr. Maeve Donovan: No. If you're gonna kill me, you kill me, but I am not jumping, because I want to live long enough to see Spencer arrest you.

Aaron: Garcia? Thank you for staying.
Penelope: Oh, wild horses, sir. Just... wild horses.

David: I'm gonna confirm the kids, Prentiss, and Reid are okay.
Derek: Rossi, at least let me come with you.
David: No. This is about building trust. I go alone.

Izzy: [holdingh Will at gunpoint] Come on, officer.
Matthew: He's a detective.
Izzy: [in-your-face mock apology to Will] Sorry, Dick.

[holding a gun to Evan's head]
The: Are you scared? You should be.
[shoots him]

Jennifer: Okay, now tell me all about Tara Lewis
Dr. Spencer Reid: She is really excited to meet you. I think her exact words after reading your reports, were: "Is JJ as awesome as I think she is?"
Jennifer: I like her already

Emily: [closing quotation] It's been said that Mark Twain once observed "History never repeats itself, but it often rhymes."

Penelope: Well, that's weird!
Aaron: What?
Penelope: There's nothing here
David: Nothing useful?
Penelope: Nothing at all. Look, there's no root directory, there's no operating system, the registry appears to be blank
Emily: But why would she have an empty computer set up?
Penelope: I did not say empty, I said appears to be blank
Aaron: Meaning?
Penelope: That I'm gonna need a little while

David: Last year, right here, we had a... very different celebration... of life... of love... and good people. This year, it's the, um... other side of that, because, well... that's what families do. It's been a hard year, but tonight... we celebrate a life well lived... well loved... To a good woman... an even better mother... To our friend... who I will miss very much.

Charlie: Go on. Show it.
Julie: It's party.

Derek: Hey Sweetness, what do you've got?
Penelope: Tidbits as sweet as you, love shack!

Stephen: [opening quote] "Is it progress if a cannibal uses a fork?" - Stanislaw Lec

Aaron: I read the Jessica Davis report. I know you found the remains last week.
James: Twenty years, never seen anything like it. Can't get the image out of my head. I joined the Bureau to rescue people, not to stand over another dead kid today.

Penelope: [Answering the phone] Hi, it's your friendly neighborhood tech analyst

Agent: How effective are those press conferences?
David: Incredibly
Agent: Then why haven't we heard from him?
David: A bond like this takes years to develop. We're not going to break it in a few hours

Jennifer: Ah come on, there's got to be something! A guy capable of this kind of brutalities has got to have a pretty sketchy record
Penelope: [typing and searching] Hmm...
[results pop up]
Penelope: Huh, creepy bingo!

Emily: Why are we doing any of this work? Don't you have so many kids at this point that the big ones raise the little ones, like on those reality shows?
Matt: How many kids do you think we have?
Emily: [scoffing] I don't know. Fifteen?

Derek: Derek Morgan. Spencer Reid, Jennifer Jareau, and Section Chief Strauss.
Det. Vic Wolynski: Vic Wolynski, Milwaukee P.D.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You worked on Jeffrey Dahmer case?
Det. Vic Wolynski: Sixteen years ago.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I've studied it.
Det. Vic Wolynski: You remember my name?
Jennifer: He remembers everything.
Derek: It's what he does.

David: In simple terms, at the BAU, we use behavioral science, research, case work, and training to hunt down monsters. Rapists, terrorists, pedophiles and, our specialty, serial killers.

Emily: So, are you?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Am I drawing to a flush or am I smart?
Emily: Either.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, I'm, you know, provably a genius, but actually, I was drawing to a full house. Eights over sixes.
Emily: I always forget you're from Vegas.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yep.
Emily: I'm sorry, not so fast. I too have a boat. Jacks over threes.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Wait, you drew three cards to a full house? That's, like 100-to-one against.
Emily: 97-to-one. Looks like you're out.

Joy: [while lowering her car window] Hey.
David: [gives coffee] I thought you might need this. Yesterday when I saw that you were following me, I thought it had to be a coincidence, but by today... hmm... probably not.
Joy: It's a long story.
David: Well, I am a writer, I hate the short ones! So what are you, a P.I.?
Joy: Yeah, you can call me that, sure.
David: Who do you work for?
Joy: I can't say, my client is very secretive.
David: Well, you can't be with the I.R.S., my accountant would have called.
Joy: Look...
David: Can't be with the State Department. S spy would know better that to leave her target's dossier on the front seat!
Joy: Yeah, right
[and moves the dossier to the car floor]
David: And I know you don't work for my cigar guy because he makes all of his deliveries straight to my door. So why don't you tell whoever it is that if they want to discuss something, they should get out of the sandbox and call me themselves!
Joy: Got it.
David: Now, most people would ask for their coffee back, but being a gentleman... c'est la vie! Oh, and uh, get yourself an earpiece! Those things will give you brain cancer!

Dr. Spencer Reid: We said the timing of the unsub's abductions may be important to him.
Captain: Why is that?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Victim number one: Dr. Roberta Childs. She signed out of the hospital at 11:50 p.m. Now, victim number two, Diane Pearl, her home alarm system was tripped at 11:52 p.m., Victim three, Elise Waterston, she was a no-show for an 11:55 pickup from her dental office. Cell phone records show that Allie Leighton, the fourth victim, ended her phone call at 11:57 p.m., and lastly, Paige Burrell, the digital clock where she was abducted read 11:57:30.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Okay, so based on your timeline, our unsub's counting up to 12:00.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, he's counting down.
Captain: Counting down to what?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I think the unsub's abducting women based on the doomsday clock.
Captain: And what's that?
David: The symbolic clock that warns the world how close we are to total destruction.
Matt: Midnight on the clock represents a hypothetical global catatrophe, like a... a nuclear war. Uh, the number of minutes to midnight stand for how soon that could happen.

Aaron: So, victimology. Why Garcia?
David: Look at her.
Aaron: What are you saying?
David: You don't look like that by accident. She wears her individuality like a shield.

Dr. Spencer Reid: Lila, I'm begging of you. Will you please get out of the pool?
Lila: Really, Spence, you should live a little.
Dr. Spencer Reid: "Live a little"? I've known you forty-eight hours, I feel like I've already aged ten years!

David: Your child enters and leaves your life on the same day. That's one hell of a stressor.

David: [Seeing Reid thinking] Ooh, there's got to be a story behind that scowl

David: [opening quote] "Who knows where inspiration comes from? Perhaps it arises from desperation, perhaps it comes from flukes of the universe, the kindness of the muses" - Amy Tan

Tobias: You know Leviticus!
Dr. Spencer Reid: Every word of the Bible. I can recite it!
Tobias: Devil knows how to read too

David: Is my leg still attached?

David: Go ahead, JJ.
Jennifer: So, Cat has deep background on Spence. She knew about Gideon's death and Morgan leaving the team for his family.
David: She's throwing him off-balance.
Jennifer: Yeah, but Spence also purposely gave the wrong name of Morgan's son and she didn't correct him.
Emily: She must have gotten her hands on Reid's confidential FBI file. It would mention relevant team information, but wouldn't name Morgan's baby because of confidentiality reasons.
David: We were thinking she's been getting help from someone inside the prison. This goes deeper than that.

David: Ellen Russel?
Ellen: How'd you find me?
David: Darlene never unpacked her daughter's bags from this trip. And I took a wild guess.
Ellen: So what happens now?
David: What happens now is you go back to the US. I take six days off that I don't even want. Where's Darlene?
Ellen: She's long gone.
David: Personally, I have mixed feelings about that one. But we'll get her, too.

Aaron: Reid, I just finished the case file. I talked to Morgan and JJ and I wanted to talk to you about what happened.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The hostage was clear and I made a tactical decision to tell the UnSub the truth about his condition.
Aaron: And what did you think that would accomplish?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, Hotch, I thought the last time I was in a situation like this, I did exactly what I was supposed to. I told a perfect lie and that didn't work, so this time, in the hopes of saving someone's life, I tried something different.
Aaron: And this didn't work.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sadly, no.
Aaron: To me, this is very clearly about Maeve.

Aaron: Yes, they did talk to me about the section chief job.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Do you want it?
Aaron: I know what I don't want is an outsider coming in and questioning every move that this team makes. I told them that I'd think about it.
Jennifer: So what happens if you accept?
Aaron: Means this would be my last case in the field, but nothing's been decided. As soon as I figure out what to do, you'll be the first to know.

Ethan: What Roslyn and I had, it was... it was different. All right? I mean, we... really loved each other.
Jennifer: I know.
[showing him Roslyn's necklace]
Jennifer: Roz gave this to me because she wanted me to know how special you were to her. You know who else is special? Bethany. Look, you don't have to tell me where she is, but you got to give me something so I can buy you a little more time.
Ethan: She's where I keep all the kids that are special to me.
Jennifer: I'll be right back.
Ethan: You meant it, right? About Roz? She loved me?
Jennifer: [coldly closing the door, to the others] She's at the school.

Aaron: Garcia?
Penelope: Present
Aaron: Is it possible to cross-reference Civil War maps with Victorian homes that still exist in the Port Huron area?
Penelope: Well, I'm gonna take that question as rhetorical! And... got one

Aaron: [after a lengthy update from JJ] JJ, what are we going to do without you when you go on maternity leave?
Jennifer: What? So you think I'd leave you hanging?
Aaron: Does that mean you have a plan?
Jennifer: I don't know. You'll see.

[Aaron Hotchner knocks on Madam Bouvier's door]
Desmond: We are closed!
Aaron: I am Aaron Hotcher, I am a friend of Penelope's
Desmond: You're friends with Penelope?
Aaron: We work together, yes
Desmond: Running up, I thought you were a bill collector. Come on in and get out of that rain

Aaron: Strauss wanted you to fill this out.
Jennifer: Exit interview. A-are you kidding me?
Aaron: She's big on procedure. Just be honest. I was hoping I could do something about this. And I'm sorry I couldn't.
Jennifer: I know.
[looking out at the rest of the team in the bullpen]
Jennifer: How am I supposed to tell them I'm leaving when I don't want to go?
Aaron: The brass is really, really good at taking power away. It makes them feel like they're in charge.
Jennifer: That sounds like a profile.
Aaron: You're gonna be much better off than any of us, you know that? I'll miss you.

Aaron: It doesn't show who else saw this.
Kevin: [starts typing on the laptop] Two other people read the report.
Aaron: Who?
Kevin: You gonna need a tie.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quote] "The most heroic word in all languages is revolution" - Eugene Debs

David: Well, at least we know that one of the unsubs is a football fan
Kate: Him and 636,479 other people in the city!
[Rossi frowns at Kate]
Kate: What?
David: Not you too?
Kate: I googled it
David: Ah!

Jennifer: [opening quote] "A man begins cutting his wisdom teeth the first time he bites off more than he can chew" - Herb Caen

David: Garcia, we need you to track all the cell phones for all the male agents of the Bureau over the past week
Penelope: Whoa, that is a lot of testosterone. Okay, there are 13,421 special agents, around 11 thousand of those are male. Why are you asking... Oh, come on! Really? The good guys are supposed to be good
Jennifer: Okay, crosscheck the locations of those male agents against the crime scene coordinates
Penelope: [sighs] crosschecking as we speak, and not so secretly hoping I do not get a match

Emily: I know we're all tired, but we might have a new lead on Mr. Scratch.
Penelope: Somebody did a bang-up job of cloning my cell phone to send Morgan a fake text luring him to a non-existent safe house. And whoever that somebody is has mad skills.
Stephen: The kind of skills Scratch has.
Luke: Were you able to trace where the hack came from?
Penelope: [to Morgan, insulted] Do... do you see what I have to put up with?
Derek: Alvez, you'll always get a location with this one. You guys are all good to go.
Emily: Obviously, Morgan can't come with us. He's a civilian now.
Jennifer: Yeah, we'll miss you out there.
Derek: I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss it out there in the field with you guys. I think about it every day. But between my old friends and my new friends, you guys are gonna go out there, you're gonna handle your business, you're gonna make people feel safe, and then you're gonna come home. And that's all that matters.

Melissa: Say something. We need to make sure the levels are good.
Dr. Tara Lewis: I'm Dr. Tara Lewis of the BAU...
Melissa: No, no. Say something interesting. Tell me how you really feel about truthers. My audience could use a sense of the FBI's bias against us.
Dr. Tara Lewis: I got my PhD by taking a theory, testing it, and then proving my results. Now, proving my results means that I take those results and I turn them over to other scientists to see if they can replicate them, and if they can't, then my theory was wrong. See, that's science. A consensus of evidence that we call truth. What you do is different.
Melissa: No, it's not.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Yes, it is, because your theories are unprovable. Give me one.
Melissa: Uh... President Obama wasn't born here. He was born in Kenya.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Perfect. That's perfect. So, I show you his long-form birth certificate, and then you would respond that it's been faked because that's how deep the conspiracy goes. And then that becomes your argument against any evidence that I provide. It's a cognitive trick that keeps you from having to admit that life is messy. It's random. Not everything fits the easy explanation that a conspiracy gives you.

Emily: [Walking in, Luke is observing the interrogation of the unsub] What's the word?
Luke: Two words actually: "Lost Dog"

David: [opening quotation] "The strength of a family, like the strength of an army, is in its loyalty to each other." - Mario Puzo.

David,: Some years back, Morgan's cousin fled a stalker. She made it to South Carolina. She was never seen or heard from again.
Ashley: Was it the stalker?
David,: He killed himself two weeks later, so we never found out for sure. But Morgan's profile led straight to him. So whenever unidentified female remains turn up, he gets that call.

Penelope: [panicking, got new search instructions] Okay, I am o-n-i-t, I will get back a-s-a-p

Dana: [to Reid] I know there's a huge drug problem in the U.S, but it's so different when it's my mom.

Penelope: [to herself] Penelope is hoping the migraine, she woke up with this morning, goes away in time of the Small Wonder marathon tonight
Kevin: [Knocks] You're decent?
Penelope: Never

Derek: Well, how did you do last night?
Penelope: Three hours, again
Derek: Baby girl, you can't function on three hours of sleep. Trust me, I've tried
Penelope: I know, but it's better than the nightmares
Derek: There's got to be something you can do
Penelope: I've tried everything. Trust me
Derek: Have you tried not drinking coffee?
Penelope: This is tea! It's herbal! No caffeine! What else you've got?
[Derek starts gesture]
Penelope: Better be a good answer!
[Derek stops]
Penelope: Yeah, that's what I thought!

Derek: [to Reid and Rossi] It's Garcia.
[answers phone]
Derek: Yeah, talk to me, baby girl.
Penelope: I'm not interrupting boy time at Crazy Horse Too, am I?
Derek: You know that's not my thing. I'm more for in-room entertainment.
Penelope: I can't help you there, but I do give good phone.

Emily: Hey, you're ready to delve into Trish Leake's online world?
Penelope: By ready, you mean extremely capable and even more reluctant

Penelope: You know, I love a juicy conspiracy because it makes everything seem like an Agatha Christie novel, and I am still convinced that there was a second shooter on that grassy knoll.

David: Well, that's new, isn't it?
M.E. Marvi Hatcher: She was the only one with this type of bruising. I'm still doing tissue samples. All three women had copious amounts of blood in both their lungs and their stomachs.
David: They were still alive when their tongues were cut out.

Dr. Spencer Reid: B-CAP is short for Banisteriopsis caapi. It's a plant, specifically a hallucinogen that's found in a tea called ayahuasca.
Matt: We worked a couple of those cases, I think. If I remember, it's, uh... it's like peyote.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah, in multiple ways. They're similar legally in that taking them is considered a religious practice, and pharmacologically, they're similar in that both drugs cause you to hallucinate intense, geometric patterns and vomit a lot.
Penelope: Okay, what... what does this have to do with Scratch?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Well, Scratch has a cocktail of disassociative drugs to induce delusions, but a mathematical mind like his would always be looking for ways to tweak and improve the formula.
Matt: So he went to Honduras to look for it. He then brought it back to D.C. to experiment with it. Stephen and Emily came to the same conclusion and tried to pretend like they were hot on his trail.
Dr. Spencer Reid: We need to track down all practitioners of the ceremony in the district; shamans, gurus, overnight religions that just hung their first shingle. He could be using one of their volunteers as a partner, either witting or unwitting.

Blake: [Morgan shows Cindi's photo] I didn't dump her there, did I? She means something to you, doesn't she?
Derek: They're all special to me, Blake. If you can't remember her, we can just move on.
Blake: I do remember her. You want to know, Agent Morgan, who she cried out for right before I made her slice her own throat?
Derek: Go ahead. Tell me.
Blake: You. She cried out for you. Where were you when she bled out on the floor of my boat?
Derek: You're a sick son of a bitch. But you didn't kill her.
Blake: I did kill her.
Derek: No. You didn't. And I was very clear about the rules. Deal's off.
[Morgan leaves the room]
Blake: I did kill her. You said you wanted to learn from me, and now you won't listen! Hey, come back here! Agent Morgan! I did kill her!
David,: How'd you know?
Derek: He knows his victims' names. He didn't know Cindi's.
Blake: Agent Morgan, you get back here!

Dr. Spencer Reid: So, what triggers this guy?
David: Or who?

Dr. Spencer Reid: Actually, dragging is steeped in English history. Back in the 11th century, drawing and quartering was a common form of punishment, and in fact, they would also disembowel and behead the victims when they were done with them.

William LaMontagne Jr.: Late night, huh? You wanna talk about the case?
Jennifer: N-No. I-I don't. I want to talk about Henry's girlfriend? What? Who... who is it?
William LaMontagne Jr.: I don't know.
Jennifer: No. No. How do you not know?
William LaMontagne Jr.: Well, there was, like, a dozen... dozen girls cheering on the team.
Jennifer: Oh, I bet you it's Kaylen. They've always had little crushes.
William LaMontagne Jr.: Well, he's not talking about it.
Jennifer: Well, of course he isn't. This is how it starts. We're gonna blink and he's gonna be driving, and next thing we know, he's gonna graduate, and then he's... he's gonna leave us. This... you know that, right? He's... he's going.
William LaMontagne Jr.: Well, it's his first girlfriend.
Jennifer: Mm-mm.
William LaMontagne Jr.: We have time.
Jennifer: It's just... they were babies a minute ago.
William LaMontagne Jr.: Yeah, it's true. It's supposed to happen. Yeah. Means we're doing our job.
Jennifer: I know. It just... ah, hurts.

David: Well, we'll work with the tools we have, not the ones we need, JJ.
[JJ leaves the room; Tara is checking her phone again]
David: There's a term for that, you know: Phantom Vibration Syndrome

David: I'm gonna die down here, alone, and all I can hope is that I didn't die in vain

Clerk: Can I help you with something, sir?
Clifford: How much ammunition can I buy?
Clerk: Well, depends how much you need.
Clifford: Those.
Clerk: That's 19.95.
Clifford: I'm gonna need a lot more than that.
Clerk: Okay.
[stacks the packs one by one]

Derek: Baby Girl! See if the owner of the convenient store had any military defensive training
Penelope: Oh, I will, as long as you promise to bring my future mother-in-law peach cobbler!
Derek: As soon as we're done here, I promise

Dr. Spencer Reid: The cool thing about Halloween is that it's a uniquely American holiday. I mean, despite its obvious origins in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian All Saints' Day, it really is a melting pot of various immigrants' traditions and beliefs. It became a little more commercialized in the 1950s with trick-or-treat, and today it rivals only Christmas in terms of popularity.

Derek: None of the girls Brubaker filmed were underaged.
Kate: Oh, gosh. Do you think I gave Shane the wrong impression?
Derek: Kind of like your style, Callahan.

Derek: Wearing a bride-to-be sash must be like waving a red cape at a bull
Dr. Spencer Reid: Actually, bulls are colorblind, so it doesn't really matter what color cape a matador waves. It's the cape's movement that elicits an aggressive charge response...
[everyone gazes at Reid]
Dr. Spencer Reid: but Morgan's metaphor still applies here

David: [voiceover] Marcel Proust wrote: "Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were."

David: [voiceover] Show me a hero, and I will write you a tragedy. -F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Luke: [opening quote] "Convictions are more dangerous foes of truth than lies" - Friedrich Nietzsche

Aaron: [Rossi gets onto the elevator] Morning.
[once settled, Rossi gives Hotch a once-over]
Aaron: What?
David: You work out this morning?
Aaron: I did.
David: And how was the, uh... workout?
Aaron: It's called training, and it was fine.
David: Right... "training". For what, though?
Aaron: Just stop.
David: You know, race day is almost here. You'll need a new excuse to see her.
Aaron: It's been handled.
David: Atta boy. When?
[they arrive on their floor]
Aaron: Friday.
David: Come hell or high water, Aaron, I will get us back by Friday.

David: [the team tries to look busy as JJ leaves Hotch's office] You'd think profilers would cover better than that, wouldn't you?
Jennifer: You read up on the suspects?
David: Presents like the typical dominant/submissive, but I doubt it's that textbook.
Jennifer: Well, we only got one shot at this.

Derek: [seeing how fit JJ is upon her return from maternity leave] Okay, you did not just have a baby.

David: Garcia, remind me never to try to hide from you.
Penelope: Perish the thought, mon ami.

Derek: You can't examine his scars?
Dr. Larson: Can't get close enough. He has the most severe case of CER I've ever seen. Conditioned emotional response. I've only seen it in vets.
Jennifer: That's worse than PTSD.
Dr. Larson: He had an adrenaline rush when he escaped, but coming down from that will be just as extreme.
Derek: And I'm sure he's sensitive to light and sound.
Dr. Larson: Incredibly. We're keeping it as quiet and dark as possible.
Jennifer: That's probably what he's used to.
Dr. Larson: He's also been somewhere cramped. His legs show signs of advanced arthritis.
Jennifer: Any idea how old he is?
Dr. Larson: It's hard to tell. His growth has been stunted, he's got major tooth and skin decay. Clearly from a massive vitamin D deficiency.
Jennifer: Best guess?
Dr. Larson: Maybe sixteen.

Aaron: By now, we know the DNA found on the victims did not match anyone in the system, so we're gonna have to look beyond physical evidence to identify the killer.
Emily: Our unsub is a white male in his mid to late 20s, and he has money. He lives alone, in a large residence. There's enough space and ventilation to accommodate an embalming suite.
Aaron: He's awkward with people, especially women. An inability to relate socially is common in homicidal necrophiles.
Derek: Because of the alterations to the bodies, we believe the unsub is attempting to recreate a woman he once loved.
Detective: Like a girlfriend?
Aaron: Or a wife, a mother. Someone who left or died suddenly.
Dr. Spencer Reid: This projection of the loved one coupled with his need to preserve the victims through embalming is similar to the psychopathology of serial murderer Ed Gein. Gein had an Oedipal complex which developed in the years he nursed his paralyzed mother back from a stroke. After she died, his obsession compelled him to dig up corpses of women who resembled his mother. So persistent was his desire to resurrect his dead mother that he actually dressed in female suits fashioned from human skin. Eventually, Gein grew unhappy with the flesh of dead bodies, which had a tendency to dry and crack, so he shifted his focus to live victims, whose bodies he could better preserve.
Aaron: The evolution from dead to live victims will also be mirrored in our unsub's maturation.
Emily: We've put together a list of incident reports prior to 2006. You're gonna want to follow up on these. Uh, they are inappropriate postmortem conduct, cadaver theft, and graveyard disturbances.
Dr. Spencer Reid: 60% of necrophiles work in the death business, so be sure to canvas local cemeteries, mortuaries, and morgues.
Derek: And since we have the killer's DNA, we're gonna be sending you out with kits to swab potential suspects.
Aaron: The odds of finding Brooke Lombardini alive are slim, but the quicker we identify the killer, the better her chances are. For her sake, let's work fast.

Penelope: [Hotch has called the team back into the office] You must be peeved.
Alex: I get to Dulles, make it through security, about to board the plane to Boston and bam, I get the call.
Penelope: I say we all demand a vacation.
Dr. Spencer Reid: From who, the guy that works three jobs? Good luck with that.

Penelope: [watching Hotch's office] JJ's still in there?
Emily: And Strauss.
[Reid picks up a bottle of anatacids]
Emily: Oh, again with the dairy?
Dr. Spencer Reid: I can't help it. I love dairy.
Penelope: It's been like, what, twenty minutes?
Derek: Well, ten more minutes, we're in the air.
Emily: I don't think it's about the case.

Bruce: So if someone calls with a ransom demand, do you have the means to trace the call?
Det. Hardy Friedman: No one's calling.
Aaron: We'll have our analyst set up what we call a trap and trace back at Quantico.
Bruce: Thanks.

Roger: [Reid is walking up to a press conference] The dates match, eh, when Zodiac stopped killing, my cousin was put in mental hospital in Mexico. He was released two month ago
Reporter: Do you have anything more specific?
Roger: He was, eh, working on a production The Mikado in '68. Zodiac talked about The Mikado in a letter
Dr. Spencer Reid: Excuse me. I'm Dr. Reid with the Behavior Analysis Unit. Was your cousin by chance a fan of Wagner? Because, eh, a CD of the Tragic Overture was sent to the police this morning
Roger: He loved Wagner, specially the Tragic Overture. It's him!
Dr. Spencer Reid: Oh, yeah. Well, for the record: a CD was not sent to the police this morning and the Tragic Overture was written by Brahms, not Wagner. So luckily, I guess it's not your cousin!
[Into the TV camera]
Dr. Spencer Reid: The FBI would greatly appreciate if people would stop making false claims to get their 15 minutes of fame. Thank you. Thank you very much

David: Are you alright? You know, you haven't had a vacation in a while. Weren't you talking about Italy?
Emily: My mother extended her trip there. It wouldn't be much of a vacation.
David: It's a big country.
Emily: Not big enough.

David: If exsanguination wasn't the cause of death, what was?
M.E. Dr. Aristeo Caruso: Each victim had large quantities of pure ketamine in their system. A powerful anesthetic. They were most likely injected with a pretty hefty dose.
David: So all the violence done to the body was postmortem.

Dr. Spencer Reid: [opening quote] "Masks are wonderfully paradoxical in this way: while they may hide the physical reality, they can show us how a person wants to be seen" - Joanna Scott

Galina: [Rossi enters the interrogation room] I know you
David: No! I don't think so. I'm Dav...
Galina: David Rossi, Supervisory Special Agent FBI, Behavioral Analysis Unit. Author of "Deviance, the Secret Desires of Sadistic Serial Killers"
David: [surprised] That's right

Dr. Spencer Reid: Boiling rage- SON OF A BITCH! Hi, this is Dr. Spencer Reid, I actually can come to the phone right now with a very special message that your mother is a to...
Aaron: Reid.

David: So, how long is it gonna take you to get in that ditch?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Get in that ditch? I got shot in the knee, remember? My doctor says I'm not allowed to do any climbing.
David: It's a ditch.
Dr. Spencer Reid: New boots, huh? Italian leather?
[Reid walks down to the ditch]
David: [after several conversations about the crime scene,] Do you have any ideas why?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No.
David: Well, I guess there is a first time for everything.
[Rossi walks away]
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hey, Rossi, I'm gonna need a little bit of help getting out of this ditch. Rossi? Rossi?

Elle: [about a phone tap] Is this gonna work?
Dr. Spencer Reid: The beam is reflected from the window pane according to the law of optics
Penelope: Yeah, the angel of instance is equal to the angle of reflection
Elle: Uh, huh! Is it gonna work?

Penelope: Oh and uhm, I came to this wedding by myself, but I will not be dancing by myself. Do you understand me, Dr. Reid?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [reluctant] Yes

Dr. Spencer Reid: This place brings back memories. When I was a kid, I made a model of the universe out of salt.
Alex: Was it for a school project?
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, it was a birthday present for Carl Sagan, but I don't think he ever got it.

David: Seventeen years ago he sounded like background noise, but when I digitized them, you could hear every word.
Lee: [recoded voice] Yes, she did. She's dead.
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's stunningly creepy.
David: I never caught The Butcher, but I caught his voice.

David: Right over there, that's where I saw Carolyn the first time.
Dr. Spencer Reid: No offense, Rossi, but this place is kind of a dump.
David: No, back then it wasn't. Back then the biggest names would come here: Creedence, the Eagles, Chicago. It was a Marine bar; they played for us jarheads.
Dr. Spencer Reid: What was Carolyn doing here?
David: Waiting for Ringo. Beatlemania was no joke. I mean, it would make the women crazy. She'd write them a letter once a week, begging the band to come visit.
Dr. Spencer Reid: And they'd ever come?
David: Ringo did, after his divorce, but luckily Carolyn met me first.

[Incoming text message on the phone from Jessiaca: are you coming?]
Doug: Text Jessica!
Phone: Okay, what would you like to say to Jessica?
Doug: On my way, don't leave without me
Phone: Your text to Jessica says: "On highway. Car keys and tai chi." Ready to send it?
Doug: Cancel!
Phone: Cancel.
Doug: Text Jessica!
Phone: Okay, what would you like to say to Jessica?
Doug: I am almost there, period. Are you ready to go, period. Oh, questionmark! Questionmark!
Phone: Your text to Jessica says: "Lost my hair. Are you ready to go on your period?" Ready to send it?
Doug: NO! No!

Aaron: [voiceover] Thomas Hardy wrote: "And yet to every bad there is a worse"

Chief: I can only image what brings a man to do something like this
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, in our experiences there is always an explanation, even if it only makes sense to the unsub

Izzy: You took my advice.
Chris: How's that?
Izzy: You didn't go for the kill shot.

Dr. Warren Spitz: This woman has been dead over a month, but same C.O.D. Exsanguination due to a severed carotid, inverted pentagram carved postmortem, and all ten fingers removed.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Now, there are hestitation marks on that neck wound.
David: And he didn't remove her legs.
Dr. Warren Spitz: No. Curiously, though, there are postmortem human bite marks on the right leg.
David: Yeah, looks like he actually took a bite out of her calf.
Dr. Warren Spitz: I acquired Ferell's bite impressions from the old case. These bite marks don't match his.
Dr. Tara Lewis: Well, that's definitive proof there's another killer.
David: But you can't teach someone to be turned on by cannibalism. So whoever this unsub is, he must have had that desire all along.
Dr. Tara Lewis: What about her stomach contents?
Dr. Warren Spitz: Nothing in her stomach at all.
David: So she's probably his first victim.

Dr. Tara Lewis: It looks like the next victim after Dr. Childs was abducted during a home invasion
Penelope: Yes, Diane Pearl, 26, a school teacher
Matt: [reading] 2013, a side door was jammed, setting off an home alarm at 11.52 PM. Nothing was taken
David: Nothing, but Diane...

Jack: You know when a cigarette is best? After sex with me.
David: Mind your manners.
Jack: All right.
David: You're already extorting us for Prentiss' location.
Ashley: So, just out of curiosity, what's like working for Doyle?
Jack: He's not so tough.
Ashley: Wow. I bet you're his hookup, aren't you? I mean, after all, you're the man.
Jack: I could show you how much of a man I really am.
[Rossi moves to Jack]
Jack: All right, all right, all right. Jeez, what's with the sexy cop/bad cop routine? What do you two think...
[Jack gets shot]

David: [voiceover] George Augustus Sala once said, "A gambler with a system must be, to a greater or lesser extent, insane"

Derek: Drop it. Drop the knife.
Blake: Stand back. Stand back!
Derek: Okay, okay. I'm gonna put this away, all right? I just want to talk to you. Come on, man. Look at James. He's just a kid. Blake, you don't hurt kids. You're not that guy.
Blake: You have no idea who I am.
Derek: I know that you're a smart man. You had a long run at killing under the radar. But I also know that we can learn a lot from a man like you. See, studying men like you is my responsibility. And I'm telling you, if you let James go, we can be a part of your life. We won't abandon you, Blake.
Blake: What makes you think I want to teach you?
Derek: Look at your alternative, man. My guys are ready. They will take the shot and they will kill you. What happens after that, Blake? Do you really think you're gonna get to see your mom again? Or maybe it'll just be cold, dark, empty. Like the water where you put your dad. It's your choice, man.
[Blake drops the knife]

Officer: I'll never forget the look in that kid's eyes. It was like he was ready to die. They say the worst part about being a cop... is watching innocent people die in front of you... They were right.

Penelope: In the last five years, there have been two dozen missing person cases, mostly runaways, and young females.
Emily: So we have two waves of abductions: teen runaways and accomplished women. Dr. Childs was an obstetrician. What if some of the other runaways were pregnant?
Jennifer: Joanna said Chrissy was cleaning up her act before she disappeared. What if she was pregnant, too? Garcia, can you...
Penelope: In the flashiest of flashes, yes, I can. Uh... yeah, here's a medical chart from a downtown free clinic. Chrissy was pregnant. Two months, to be exact.
Jennifer: Okay, I get the unsub taking teen runaways. He probably figured fewer people would be looking for them. But why go out of his way to abduct pregnant ones?
Emily: And what happened to the babies?

Dr. Spencer Reid: This place is great! They have their own espresso machine!
Jennifer: Eh, Dr. Reid? This is detective Castro, she is with the SFPD liaison
Dr. Spencer Reid: Burned my hand on the espresso machine
[picks up a first aid box and unintentionally drops the contents]
Det. Leah Castro: A genius you said?
Jennifer: Yeah, eh... his coordination drops off when he is thinking

David: [closing quote] "We cannot despair of humanity since we ourselves are human beings." - Albert Einstein

Luke: I mean, is this all you could find?
Penelope: Yes, for now my liege, but I shall keep digging
[bows and starts leaves the room]
Luke: [surprised] Wait! What... what was that?
Penelope: What was what?
Luke: Like, where's the snark? Like a comment about how amazing it is that I can tie my own shoes or a question about how I could enter the FBI wearing a caveman overall and carrying a big, wooden club?
Penelope: [giggles] You're funny! That's funny! A club? No, don't be so hard on yourself
[leaves the room]
Luke: Oh my God! She is getting some!
Dr. Tara Lewis: She is so getting some!

Maggie: [voiceover] When people look back and talk about us, they're gonna say what I did was right. That we were ahead of our time, we were pioneers.

[last lines]
Kevin: What's wrong, plum sauce?
Derek: You know what? I'm gonna let you guys do what you guys do.
Kevin: You... You know, don't you?
Penelope: Kevin... I like the way that things are now. I love how you have your space and I have my space, and when we come together, we're our own weird world unto ourselves, and... I don't want to ruin that.
Kevin: That's not what this would do.
Penelope: Yeah, it would.
Kevin: [pause] Penelope, are you, are you against marriage, or are you just against marrying me?
Penelope: Kevin... I'm just not ready yet.
Kevin: Well, I am.
[walks away]
Penelope: Kevin.

Joy: [Phone rings] Hang on, it's my editor
[picks up her phone]
Joy: This is Joy Rossi... Uh, huh... Yeah... Just send me the latest version... Thanks
[hangs up]
David: Joy Rossi?
Joy: I didn't get to use the name Rossi growing up so I thought I'd try a new byline. What do you think?
David: I think I need to get a subscription to Esquire!

Aaron: [Considering possible new cases] What's next?
Jennifer: Baton Rouge thinks have a white supremacist problem
Aaron: What's you take?
Jennifer: [Surprised] Really?
Aaron: Yeah, I'd like to hear it
Jennifer: We're dealing with an individual, not a group
Aaron: Why?
Jennifer: The angry letters. The writer switches pronouns from plural to singular: "We are a heavily armed militia", followed by "I will be forced to take action"
Aaron: Good. Send it back to the police with our analysis

Jennifer: [Panicking] What can I do?
Jennifer: I can't see
Penelope: What can I do? How can I help?
Jennifer: I can't see
Luke: Wait, ok. I see. You've got some broken glass in your scalp, JJ