The Best Criminal Minds, Season 4, Episode 25 Quotes
Derek: You've been with this team, what, 2 years, right?
Emily: Almost three already.
Derek: It's seven for me. I mean, that's all I can think of all day. 'Cause the entire time I've been with the BAU, working almost non-stop, having no real life, these brothers have been out there killing 89 people and we didn't even know about it.
Emily: Well, we know now and we'll make them pay.
Derek: But how many others are still out there, Prentiss? Hmm, hunting and killing? I mean, the thing is, no matter what we do, no matter how hard we work, no matter how good we are at what we do, this is never gonna end.
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.
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: 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?
Derek: Is he any good?
David: He better be! I trained him
Dr. Spencer Reid: Hey, Hotch. Do you ever get the feeling that a case isn't gonna end well?
Aaron: Reid, keep looking! This girl needs us
William: [Holding his artificial leg] They say you get used to it. Right now, it just hurts like hell
Aaron: [opening quotation, voiceover] Flannery O'Connor said "If there were no hell, we would be like the animals. No hell, no dignity."
Aaron: Sometimes the day just ends.
Penelope: [Picks up her phone] BAU, tech centre, where you should definitely pay attention to the girl begin the curtain
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
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.