Criminal Minds

Heathridge Manor for being hilarious for going into an abandoned mental hospital at night with no electricity accompanied by Freddy Krueger and looking at jars of possibly internal organs. General TC / HotchC I suppose it isn't entirely Hotch's fault that the team split-up upon entering the terrifying mansion containing dead bodies and a psychotic serial killing family, but at least bring a partner with you when you go to investigate the creepy basement. Obviously that's where the bad guy will be.

Episode Guide

Season 7 Episode 19
Heathridge Manor for being hilarious for going into an abandoned mental hospital at night with no electricity accompanied by Freddy Krueger and looking at jars of possibly internal organs. General TC / HotchC I suppose it isn't entirely Hotch's fault that the team split-up upon entering the terrifying mansion containing dead bodies and a psychotic serial killing family, but at least bring a partner with you when you go to investigate the creepy basement. Obviously that's where the bad guy will be.
Season 7 Episode 17
I love you, Tommy Brown Just in case anyone needs a reminder, I present: JJ's face She may not be an official profiler, but I love Garcia's commitment to cracking the case. Sure it's awesome when she helps solve the actual BAU cases, but what I really enjoy is when she applies her skills to her personal life. She's super suspicious about the Morgan/Kevin convo and after 67 dead end calls to Morgan, she goes for broke: hacking into her boyfriend's computer. Unfortunately she is less than thrilled to discover engagement ring ideas.
Season 7 Episode 16
A Family Affair Reid does his Godfatherly duty and offers to watch JJ's son, Henry, while she goes and does hoodrat stuff with her friends. I can only hope she returned home, still drunk, and found that her darling little boy had magically morphed into a brilliant, hipsterrific, Mini-Reid: And I love how Reid's go-to retaliation when someone wrongs him is screaming incessantly in their ear (7x04, with the prankwar, was perfection.) Reid Goes on a Geek Tangent and We All Learn Something New I'm just gonna go ahead and apologize to my future children in advance... __ Extra Credit "$250?
Season 7 Episode 14
Is anything more effective at striking fear into your hear than seeing the feet of a killer enter your room as you hide under a bed? The answer is no. You're awoken from your peaceful slumber to your dad telling you to hide and call 911 while gunshots are heard down the hall. Add a tornado to the mix and you have what I would deem the scariest possible scenario on planet earth. But what started off as a truly terrifying episode quickly escalated into an entirely different breed of disturbing. Politics.
Season 7 Episode 13
Forever the voice of wisdom, Rossi hits Hotch with some sound love advice and sums up human nature in one sentence. Boom. HotchB+ As super awkward as our fearless robot leader is with the ladies, he manages to find some stiff game. Sure the running smack talk flirt is a bit junior high, but if it's with a lady who pulls the classic "fake and injury to concern your opponent then make a dash to the finish line" move, it seems like it will pay off. And if that doesn't, bailing on paper work to show up at said lady's house with flowers on Valentine's Day definitely will.
Season 7 Episode 12
What it must be like to have your coworkers assume it's NBD for you to front fifty grand for an undercover sting. Rossi is a fancy, wise, wealthy old owl that I really would like to learn more about. Every week I hope to delve deeper into these agents lives, but then I'm sadly reminded that we have to focus on the case. Perhaps Rossi could throw an elaborate murder mystery weekend at his mansion and the team would all battle against each other to find the unsub first. That sounds like good, clean, amazingly entertaining fun. I'd definitely place bets on who would solve the case.
Season 7 Episode 12
Your monster is dead, I have to live with mine.” Criminal Minds celebrates 150 episodes with an all-out, top shelf crazyfest full of piano power ballads, endless who dunnits?, and lots of emotions. I had high hopes for this episode going in and while I wasn't exactly let down, my socks weren't knocked off. (Yeah, that's a phrase.) The episode hit the ground running and didn't relent (except for brief, poignant moments with our favorite back from the dead BAU agent, but more on that later).
Season 7 Episode 11
Even a serial killer has to grow-up.” Criminal Minds drilled down to the heart of an important social issue this week: child prodigies and the perilous road they travel to become fulfilled adult geniuses. I never realized how dangerous a wunderkind's life could be. Clearly, I speak for everyone when I say that I was under the assumption that a prodigy's life has three stages: You are discovered as a child prodigyand excel in one or more fields (chess, medicine, math, alchemy, particle acceleration, etc).
Season 7 Episode 10
"Sometimes, I want to fight, but my body keeps telling me to stop. It doesn't matter how hard I punch, I can't do it. And when that happens you know what I do? I let go, Ryan. And what I figured out is letting go doesn't meant that you're a quitter, it doesn't mean that you lost, it just means that you realized in that moment that it's time to let go and move on. "
Season 7 Episode 9
I'm Italian, it knows better.” After spending two long weeks away from the team, we're welcomed back with an intense case that has questioning who the bad guy is more than an episode of Pretty Little Liars. The episode includes a mass military school suicide, troubled killer cadet, a father set on revenge, an evil colonel warden and, just for kicks, some drinking problems! Every time we started to delve into the unsub's head, a new, more accurate unsub was revealed.
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