VOTE | 610 fans

Esprits Criminels
#107 : Une affaire de famille

Scénariste : Simon Mirren
Réalisateur : Guy Norman Bee

L'équipe de Gideon reconstitue le profil d'un tueur en série, lequel prend des familles entières en otages. Il s'installe avec elles et joue le rôle du père. Il s'agit de la première apparition du tueur en série surnommé le Renard. Hotch fait quant'à tout ce qu'il peut pour le retrouver.

> En plus : les photos promotionnelles

Popularité


4.23 - 13 votes

Titre VO
The Fox

Titre VF
Une affaire de famille

Première diffusion
09.11.2005

Première diffusion en France
12.07.2006

Vidéos

1.07 - Final scene

1.07 - Final scene

  

Criminal Minds 01X07 - Hotch brings baby Jack to the BAU

Criminal Minds 01X07 - Hotch brings baby Jack to the BAU

  

Plus de détails

N°007

Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Mandy Patinkin ... Jason Gideon
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Matthew Gray Gubler ... Spencer Reid
   - Shemar Moore ... Derek Morgan
   - Lola Glaudini ... Elle Greenaway
   - A.J. Cook ... Jennifer Jarreau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Neal Jones ... Karl Arnold
   - Tony Todd ... Eric Miller
   - Bonita Friedericy ... Rachel Howard
   - Abraham Benrubi ... Frank Fielding
   - Meredith Monroe ... Haley Hotchner
   - Chane't Johnson ... Barbara Raleigh
   - Allison Dunbar ... Allison Crawford
   - Dameon Clarke ... Chris Crawford
   - Warren Davis ... Harry Dunken
   - Jacqueline Mazarella ... Robin Dunken
   - Leith M. Burke ... Michael Kapp
   - Emma Polhemus ... Emily Crawford
   - Colton Shires ... Sam Crawford
   - Alexandra Wyshak ... Jackie Dunken
   - Chaise Goris ... Sarah Arnold
   - Zach Fischer ... Karl Arnold Jr.

Sam Crawford: No. No! No, mommy, don't let him get me.

Emily Crawford: Sam! He ruined my picture, mom.

Allison Crawford: It's Ok, honey. We'll make another one. Chris, I've asked you not to get him worked up before bed.

Chris Crawford: We're just playing.

Allison Crawford: We have got a 12-hour car ride tomorrow. Now he's gonna be up half the night.

Chris Crawford: Ok, Ok. Kids, go get Ben.

Emily Crawford: But my picture!

Chris Crawford: You can work on it tomorrow in the car, honey.

Sam Crawford: On the way to Disney World.

Chris Crawford: Yeah!

Emily Crawford: Ok.

Chris Crawford: Disney World!

Allison Crawford: You do realize I am the only adult in this house?

Chris Crawford: Well, isn't that what you love about me?

Allison Crawford: Every once in a while I would like a tiny bit of help, Mr. Crawford.

Chris Crawford: You got it, Mrs. Crawford.

Allison Crawford: Thank you.

———–

Sam & Emily Crawford: Ben!

Sam Crawford: Ben, where are you?

Emily Crawford: Where are you, Ben?

Sam & Emily Crawford: Benny!

Emily Crawford: Where are you? Ben!

Sam Crawford: He's not coming, dad.

Chris Crawford: Good boy, Ben.

———–

Chris Crawford: Hey, Sam.

Allison Crawford: Just let him sleep with us.

Sam Crawford: Dad?

Chris Crawford: Yeah?

Sam Crawford: I love you.

Chris Crawford: I love you, too, kiddo.

———–

Journalist: The is WDCW 88.8. Good morning folks. It's time to get out, get out there and enjoy it. The forecast for you is mostly sunny with brisk easterly winds. You can expect a high near 75 degrees. Clear tonight with a low near 61.

Allison Crawford: Chris… Sam?

———–

Jason Gideon: Dr. Thomas Fuller wrote "With foxes, we must play the fox."

Jason Gideon: Crawford family. Butchered in their homes.

Elle Greenaway: Murder/suicides?

Jason Gideon: That's what we have to find out.

———–

Jennifer Jareau: He's so gorgeous.

Haley Hotchner: Thank you.

Spencer Reid: If you find baldness and wrinkles attractive.

Penelope Garcia: Look at his little witty bitty nose. Don't you want one of these?

Derek Morgan: Mm. I'll stick to practicing.

Elle Greenaway: Congratulations.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks. She's amazing. I'm a little terrified.

Haley Hotchner: Well, uh, we should get going.

Spencer Reid: Pleasure seeing you, Mrs. Hotchner.

Haley Hotchner: Bye-bye.

Aaron Hotchner: Bad?

Elle Greenaway: The worst.

———–

Jason Gideon: Crawford family. Murdered 3 days ago.

Derek Morgan: Saw it on the news.

Jason Gideon: They were found in the basement of their house.

Jennifer Jareau: Bags packed for a vacation they never took.

Derek Morgan: Report said it was a murder/suicide. Father stabbed the mom, then shot himself.

Jennifer Jareau: That's the conclusion Maryland State police came to. The gun was found next to the father. Had gunpowder residue on his right hand.

Derek Morgan: And now you must have some compelling reason to think that Chris Crawford didn't off his family?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah. Another murdered family. The Millers found a month ago. The mother Reese Miller, her 2 children, and her new husband. Again, they were found in the basement and like the Crawfords, their suitcases were packed for a vacation.

Jason Gideon: Both cases, the bodies were discovered 5 days after their vacations were supposed to have started.

Jennifer Jareau: Yet the coroner determined that they had been dead only 24 hours.

Spencer Reid: So for 4 days, both families remained in the house.

Jason Gideon: Location of the bodies, both cases, the basement. That indicates a level of organization.

Derek Morgan: With a quick, but disorganized application of overpowering force.

Spencer Reid: If these aren't murder/suicides someone's doing a damn good job of making them look like it.

Jennifer Jareau: Possibly this man--Eric Miller. Biological father of the Miller children. Arlington P.D. Issued a bolo for Miller after the bodies were discovered.

Jason Gideon: Ex-wife Reese Miller had a restraining order against him for domestic violence.

Derek Morgan: When she get re-married?

Jennifer Jareau: The week before they were killed.

Derek Morgan: Violent husbands believe their wives and children are property. Reese Miller getting re-married possibly made him snap.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, the Virginia cops finally located Eric Miller last night responding to a drunken disturbance at a motel where Miller had been hiding out. When they found him they discovered blood on his black leather jacket. Belonged to his children.

Derek Morgan: Was any of his DNA found at the Crawford house?

Jason Gideon: No.

Spencer Reid: Did he know the Crawfords?

Jennifer Jareau: If he does, he's not saying. In fact, he hasn't said a word since his arrest. Uh, the Arlington P.D. have asked us to interview him.

Spencer Reid: If anyone could apply overwhelming force, he's your man.

Jason Gideon: I want you to find out. Talk to him.

Spencer Reid: You want me to talk to him?

Jason Gideon: Yeah. You've done interviews before with other agents running point. You can go solo. Morgan, the Crawford house is a fresh crime scene. Once the Crawfords were brought down to this basement they must have known their fate.

———–

Jason Gideon: M.E. Said they were all killed down here… Sam was found here. Emily over there. So...I'm the unsub. How did I do it?

Derek Morgan: Well, I had to bring 'em down here first.

Jason Gideon: How?

Derek Morgan: I had a gun.

Jason Gideon: Ok. Use a gun to force them down here. What next?

Derek Morgan: Stab 'em.

Jason Gideon: Who first?

Derek Morgan: The strongest, the father. He was found right there, and then the mother. That's her right there.

Jason Gideon: How you gonna keep the kids from running away?

Derek Morgan: Restraints. Can't aim a gun at them and stab the mother at the same time.

Jason Gideon: No restraints were found on the victims.

Derek Morgan: Because I took them with me.

Jason Gideon: No ligature marks were found… Let's go upstairs. See how they lived.

———–

M.E.: Sam Crawford. White male. Age 5. Multiple stab wounds. Laceration to the left ventricle. No defensive wounds present. Allison Crawford. White female. 32. Multiple stab wounds. C.O.D.--Exsanguination. Emily Crawford. White female. 8. Multiple stab wounds. C.O.D.--Exsanguination. Christopher Crawford. White male. 36. Point-blank single 9 millimeter gunshot wound to the temporal lobe.

Aaron Hotchner: Where's his wedding ring?

Elle Greenaway: It's not listed in his personal effects.

Aaron Hotchner: He obviously wore one, so where is it?

———–

Spencer Reid: I'm Dr. Spencer Reid from the FBI. I'd like to ask you a few questions, if you don't mind.

Eric Miller: Got something you wanna ask me, boy? You look me in the eye, and you ask.

Spencer Reid: 3 days ago…

Eric Miller: You're not looking at me.

Spencer Reid: 3 days ago, the Crawford family was murdered.

Eric Miller: Is that right?

Spencer Reid: Did you know them?

Eric Miller: What are you getting at?

Spencer Reid: They were killed in the exact same way that your family was killed.

Eric Miller: And? I've been slapped around all night by every cop in Virginia. What makes you think a damn photo is gonna scare me? Is that what this is about, hmm? You think I'm crazy, man? You think I suddenly snapped and I slaughtered my own wife and kids? You think I did this? Huh? Is that what you think?

Aaron Hotchner: Sit down, now.

Eric Miller: Is this your daddy?! I'm done talking to you people!

Spencer Reid: You don't have to talk. Just listen. On the occasions you assaulted your wife, you were intoxicated. Once the effects of alcohol wore off you were overcome by feelings of remorse.

Eric Miller: I'm gonna tell you this just one time. You shut your mouth!

Spencer Reid: Genetic factors contribute to alcohol stress interactions. Your mother was an alcoholic and she was often too drunk to stop the beatings that your father gave you.

Elle Greenaway: I think we should stop this.

Aaron Hotchner: He's not finished.

Spencer Reid: Age 6, you were orphaned to a family where the abuse continued only this time, it was sexual.

Eric Miller: You shut your mouth, or I'm gonna rip your face off.

Spencer Reid: The abuse continued well into puberty but my one concern is, Eric did you or did you not continue the cycle with your own children?

Eric Miller: I never laid a hand on my children. You hear me?!

Spencer Reid: I hear you.

Eric Miller: I found them like that. Dead. Bloodied. My babies. My sweet, little babies. I was crazy out of my mind. I didn't know what to do. And I knew the cops were gonna blame me, and they have.

Spencer Reid: So you ran?

Eric Miller: So what've I got now?

Spencer Reid: You have your innocence… For the sake of your children I believe that they, at the very least, deserve the truth.

Eric Miller: I can't get... The image of my dead children out of my mind. Ty, my little boy he was clutching a... A piece of paper. I think it was a drawing. May--maybe a painting. Please. I'd love to know what he painted, Dr. Reid.

———–

Elle Greenaway: Interesting interrogation technique. What did you hope to accomplish?

Spencer Reid: Well, he was closed off, defensive, hostile. I needed a way in. He's suffered a breakdown but I don't think he killed his family and I know he still loved his wife.

Aaron Hotchner: Why do you say that?

Spencer Reid: Even though they were divorced he's still wore the wedding ring.

———–

Jason Gideon: The yard is overgrown. Like the roof, Chris Crawford's car is in need of maintenance and Allison Crawford's S.U.V. is in pristine condition.

Derek Morgan: Says here that Allison drove the kids to school. If they were educated privately maybe the car was just an attempt to show the other parents wealth.

Jason Gideon: Like this house. Designer magazines conspicuously placed expensive modern furniture, plasma TV. Behind the curtains, water damage. Allison spent money on the things her friends could see and neglected those they couldn't. The Crawfords lived beyond their means.

Derek Morgan: So, where'd the extra cash come from?

Jason Gideon: Get Garcia to check their financial status… "Emily." This painting is of this house. Strange for a child. It has no colour. Has lines, dimensions, but no colour.

Derek Morgan: No dog collar was found, right?

Jason Gideon: Maybe the dog didn't have one.

Derek Morgan: Mm-hmm. He'd have to have one. Come here. See that? This dog door opens automatically via a chip in the dog's collar. If anything attempted to get in without one... The alarm would've been activated… When the cops got here, the house was locked tight and the alarm was hot.

Jason Gideon: So the night the Crawfords were murdered the only way in or out was with the dog collar.

Derek Morgan: Gideon, whoever killed this family had to be a big guy. Chris Crawford was a black belt in judo.

Jason Gideon: So are you. I've got a gun to your back. Maybe you could take it from me. But your children are in the same room. And if you fail, they die. Does it matter how big I am now? Bound or not, Allison Crawford would've put up one helluva fight. Emily and Sam would've been sobbing.

Derek Morgan: Crawford didn't kill his family. And there's no evidence Miller was ever in the house or he'd have known.

Jason Gideon: Help me! Help! Please! Help me! No! No! Please! Please, no! No!

Derek Morgan: What are you doing?

Jason Gideon: Why didn't anyone hear them scream?

———–

Jason Gideon: I believe the unsub had control of this family. He may have separated each family member… Tells the mother, "if you scream, I'll kill your children." Tells the children, "if you cry, I'll kill mommy." The suspect found a way of restraining them without leaving marks… Based on lividity... The M.E. Estimates that the father was the last to die.

Derek Morgan: Which means he witnessed the whole thing. If he did spend time with both families he must've known he had the time to spend with 'em.

Spencer Reid: 'Cause he knew they were goin' on vacation.

Jason Gideon: Look at travel agents, relatives, work colleagues contract workers, children's tutors.

Aaron Hotchner: Gideon, we've been looking into the Crawford financials.

Penelope Garcia: Allison Crawford spent way more money than Chris could afford.

———–

Penelope Garcia: They were in major debt.

Aaron Hotchner: And Chris Crawford wrote a number of checks for a series of visits to a therapist.

Penelope Garcia: She had 2 cell phone accounts... One of them billed to a separate address in southeast Washington, D.C.

Aaron Hotchner: You get that?

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Federal agents!

Elle Greenaway: FBI!

Derek Morgan: Federal agents! Clear!

Elle Greenaway: That's the cleanest thing in here.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Clear!

Elle Greenaway: What's that?

Jason Gideon: It's a child's painting. It's a colonial house. Mom, dad, 2 children out front holdin' hands.

Elle Greenaway: And a big dog.

Jason Gideon: I think it's the Crawford house. It's signed by Emily.

Spencer Reid: Strange. Eric Miller said he found his son clutching a painting. He wanted to know what was on it.

Elle Greenaway: What was on it?

Jason Gideon: His son's blood.

———–

Derek Morgan: Hotch! Hotch! Hey. Whoa. Whoa. Easy.

Aaron Hotchner: Freeze!

———–

Frank Fielding: Why am I here?

Derek Morgan: I think you know why.

Frank Fielding: That's mine.

Jason Gideon: Colours indicate a self-confidence... An outgoing personality. Shows an above-average intelligence. The child that painted this was left-handed… Emily Crawford was left-handed.

Derek Morgan: Right… You're not.

Jason Gideon: How'd you get the painting, Frank? Forget to take your medicine today, Frank? For a severe manic-depressive, that's not good.

Frank Fielding: They make me feel wrong.

Derek Morgan: Wrong enough to kill the Crawfords?

Jason Gideon: Frank.

Frank Fielding: I--I did a--a bad thing.

Jason Gideon: What did you do?

Frank Fielding: I shouldn't have gone to the house. Allison told me not to. I would never… Never hurt Ally. She's the only family I got.

Derek Morgan: Family?

Frank Fielding: She's my sister… She's dead… He killed them. Chris did. I know he did it.

Jason Gideon: What bad thing did you do?

Frank Fielding: The rule was... I was never supposed to go to the house. That was the only rule. Allison said if Chris saw me... He would never let me see her again. He was gonna lock me up in the loony bin. He never liked me.

Jason Gideon: You went... To the house.

Frank Fielding: She said... She couldn't visit me anymore. I just wanted to see her. Seeing Allison made everything better but they cut my phone off. That day! The day I went to see them! They cut my phone off!  I never would've gone to the house if they hadn't cut off the phone!

———–

Elle Greenaway: There's no way this guy could've gotten into the house without a key.

Aaron Hotchner: Right.

Elle Greenaway: Knowing how Chris Crawford felt about his brother-in-law you see him having one?

Aaron Hotchner: No.

———–

Jason Gideon: Frank, you went to the house. What did you do?

Frank Fielding: It was... Dark. And--and cold. I went around to the side to look through the window. But my breath steamed up the glass and I wiped it clean, and... And I… I could see them, sitting down for dinner. I saw Emily and Sam, and... Sam was crying. I guess he was in trouble.

Jason Gideon: Did you see Allison?

Frank Fielding: Yeah. She was saying grace over the table. And then... She looked up and saw me. And she mouthed something at me. I think it was, "get the hell out." So I left.

Jason Gideon: Did Chris see you?

Frank Fielding: No. He wasn't there. But a friend was at the head of the table.

Derek Morgan: You said a friend?

Frank Fielding: Mm-hmm. I saw someone.

Derek Morgan: What did this person look like?

Frank Fielding: I--I didn't see their face... But... Uh... Tiny. Really tiny.

Derek Morgan: White or black, Frank?

Frank Fielding: I don't know. But...

Derek Morgan: What?

Frank Fielding: The hair. It--it... It was red.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: If Frank saw them that day it wasn't Chris Crawford at the table.

Elle Greenaway: Maybe it was the suspect.

Aaron Hotchner: And she wasn't saying, "go away." She was saying, "help me."

Frank Fielding: It--it wasn't a friend.

Jason Gideon: Frank.

Frank Fielding: It wasn't a friend at all.

Jason Gideon: It was him.

Frank Fielding: He's the one who killed them.

Jason Gideon: Frank.

Frank Fielding: I--I--I--I--

Jason Gideon: Frank.

Frank Fielding: No! No! No! No!

Jason Gideon: Frank. Frank. Frank, Frank, stop.

Frank Fielding: No!

Derek Morgan: Frank! Frank!

Frank Fielding: No!

Derek Morgan: Let go! Stop it!

Frank Fielding: No! No!

Derek Morgan: Frank, calm down! Frank! Come on!

———–

Derek Morgan: Both families had a dog. And both houses had a dog door.

Elle Greenaway: Fielding said that the person he saw was small.

Derek Morgan: Yeah, well, in order to get through that door you'd have to be 5'4", tops, and real thin.

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

Derek Morgan: Sherlock Holmes was a fictional character. Whoever did this isn't. We can be pretty sure he's probably found himself another family by now.

———–

Harry Dunken: Let's just watch him sleep.

Robin Dunken: No. We've got a long day ahead of us tomorrow.

Jackie Dunken: Can I kiss him?

Robin Dunken: Both of you, out.

———–

Derek Morgan: Ok. No, I understand. Yeah. I figured as much. Thank you.

Elle Greenaway: He's been looking at those pictures all morning.

Derek Morgan: Well, I sure hope he sees a connection 'cause I've checked doctors, lawyers, travel agents, tutors contract workers. I got nothin'.

Elle Greenaway: Why target those families?

Aaron Hotchner: Well, to know that, we have to know how.

Derek Morgan: We know organized killers are often skilled workers with above-average intelligence. High birth status… And in most cases... Male… In the workplace, he's socially confident… And with women... Sexually confident. Every offense... Is preplanned… Targeting the victim is almost as pleasurable as the actual kill. These guys, they're... They're meticulous. It's a compulsion. Everything has to have its proper place. They do exhaustive amounts of research on their victims. They watch their every move every last detail is observed. Everything has to be written ever so neatly in a book or possibly a journal… When the kids are comin' home from school. When daddy'll be home… Playtime. Suppertime. Bath time. Bedtime. Plan the work... Work the plan. This is the way that he maintains control. It's also how he personalizes his target... So nothing's left to chance. Absolutely nothing... Is left out of place, ever… So he plans the work... And when he's good and ready, he works that plan… He takes great pride in his job… I think the workplace has to be the connection.

Jason Gideon: Both are by Emily, painted months apart. This one... Is full of colour, life. The one I found at Emily's house has lines, dimensions. No colour… I believe Emily was coerced to make this. It's a point of view. It is his point of view. This is where the killer stood, just watched the family. Each of the dead husbands was missing his wedding ring.

Aaron Hotchner: This is the unsub's trophy. He targets a family because he lost his own. For a few days, he gets to play daddy.

Derek Morgan: And he can do whatever he wants because no one's gonna come lookin' because they're supposed to be on vacation.

Jason Gideon: Let's get forensics to check the inside of Chris Crawford's clothing. The suspect may have worn the father's clothes to...  Whew! Complete the fantasy.

Elle Greenaway: So, why kill them?

Jason Gideon: 'Cause the fantasy can't last.

Elle Greenaway: Do we know anything that actually helps us identify this bastard?

Derek Morgan: Wait a minute. Chris Crawford worked for the I.R.S. And... Reese Miller was a secretary at the GAO.

Elle Greenaway: That makes them both government employees.

Derek Morgan: Let's check out Chris Crawford and Reese Miller.

———–

Michael Kapp: He had his share of problems at home. Who doesn't? But he didn't fix 'em by killin' his family.

Jason Gideon: Were you aware he was in therapy?

Michael Kapp: He mentioned a marriage counsellor.

Derek Morgan: He say who?

Michael Kapp: Nope. And I didn't ask. I don't like to pry.

Derek Morgan: That's surprising, comin' from an I.R.S. Agent… You mind if we go through Chris's belongings? See if he had any connection to Miller?

Michael Kapp: You're welcome to look through anything you like.

Jason Gideon: Family therapists. They often use children's paintings to assess the family unit.

———–

Barbara Raleigh: We're all still in shock. Reese was a quiet woman. She kept pretty much to herself, bell to bell. Brought in her own lunch, and she had 2 kids but then you knew that. It's just so terrible. I still can't believe it.

Aaron Hotchner: Excuse me.

Barbara Raleigh: She was covering for one of my women who was on maternity leave. And she was always tired, you know? But then any woman married to Eric Miller would be. He was a mean drunk.

Aaron Hotchner: Mrs. Raleigh...

Barbara Raleigh: He hit her, you know? She tried to cover it up but concealer can only do so much magic. I should know.

Elle Greenaway: Mrs. Raleigh.

Barbara Raleigh: I'm tired. I'm talking too much.

Aaron Hotchner Do you know if Mrs. Miller was seeing a marriage counsellor?

Barbara Raleigh: Reese kept pretty much to herself.

Elle Greenaway: You're not betraying any confidence. We need to know everything about her life.

Barbara Raleigh: Every Thursday, I covered for her so she could take off early to see a therapist. Thought it worked. She kicked the bastard out, got remarried… Look what that got her.

———–

Penelope Garcia: We gotta stop meeting like this, Reid. People will talk. But then talk is cheap.

Spencer Reid: Not when you're talkin' to a therapist. The Crawfords made 12 weekly payments to the applewood family medical center. What about the Millers?

Penelope Garcia: No. Nothin' here.

Spencer Reid: How about pharmaceuticals? Nobody gets therapy these days without a healthy dose of medication.

Penelope Garcia: What are you implying, Reid?

Spencer Reid: That everyone is medicated.

Penelope Garcia: Did you just make a joke?

Spencer Reid: No. I meant statistics. They--they show that--

Penelope Garcia: Reid, next time, just say yes. Now, medication normally requires reimbursement from the HMO and since she works for the government like you and I we share the same health care provider.

Spencer Reid: Are you hacking into the government's HMO database? Is that legal?

Penelope Garcia: 'Course not. We'll go to prison, and you'll be someone's bitch.

Spencer Reid: Really?

Penelope Garcia: Oh. Right there. Good call, Reid. Mrs. Reese Miller--diazepam.

Spencer Reid: Who prescribed the meds?

Penelope Garcia: Dr. R. Howard at the Applewood Family Center. Let's find out what he looks like. Here we go… Dr. Howard isn't a he.

———–

Rachel Howard: Excellent, Lacey. Really wonderful. There's so much colour. It's very lovely, indeed.

Aaron Hotchner: Dr. Rachel Howard? I'm special agent Aaron Hotchner with the FBI.

Rachel Howard: Come on, Lacey. Come on, go with mommy… Can I help you?

Jason Gideon: I'm agent Jason Gideon, behavioural analysis.

Rachel Howard: We both deal with the dysfunctional. Happily, in my line, the end results aren't quite as unpleasant as yours.

Jason Gideon: Unless you're the Crawford family.

Aaron Hotchner: Or the Millers. You knew them both.

Rachel Howard: Yes. I knew them, but... Ma'am.

Derek Morgan: I think you should take a seat.

Rachel Howard: Why?

———–

Derek Morgan: We're gonna have to check your alibi.

Rachel Howard: Dig all you want. I have 4 teenagers. If I had any time to myself it wouldn't be spent killing my clients.

Derek Morgan: You worked with both families?

Rachel Howard: I assessed their cases. This office deals with hundreds of families… Military cops, lawyers, congressmen, feds. I only met the Crawfords and Reese Miller once.

Aaron Hotchner: But you prescribed medication for them.

Rachel Howard: I'm the only medical doctor here.

Jason Gideon: Who'd you hand the cases over to?

Rachel Howard: Uh, I'll have to check my files.

Derek Morgan: You don't use a computer?

Rachel Howard: Not all of us have embraced the technical revolution. I keep everything filed. It makes me feel more in control. And please... Do not read into that… The Crawfords. Karl Arnold dealt with their case.

Aaron Hotchner: What about the Millers?

Jason Gideon: I'd like to see him now.

Rachel Howard: Well, you can't. He works a 4/40--4 10-hour days. He's off today, but he'll be in first thing tomorrow.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you have his home address?

Derek Morgan: I'll get a team out to his house.

Jason Gideon: In the meantime, we'd like to see his office.

———–

Derek Morgan: Suspect's cell is goin' straight to voice mail.

Rachel Howard: Karl's a good man.

Derek Morgan: That's what everybody says until they find a body in the basement.

Jason Gideon: It's locked.

Rachel Howard: I'll get security.

Derek Morgan: No. We don't have time for that.

———–

Rachel Howard: Someone will have to pay for that.

Aaron Hotchner: Karl Arnold will.

Derek Morgan: Gideon.

Jason Gideon: Where is he now?

Rachel Howard: I can't believe Karl--

Jason Gideon: Where is he?

Rachel Howard: I don't know. If he's not at home, maybe he's gone to see his family.

Derek Morgan: He's married?

Rachel Howard: With 2 children--Karl Jr. And Sarah.

Jason Gideon: How long ago did the marriage collapse?

Rachel Howard: About 5 years ago. It wasn't a good time for Karl. He--he took some time off work. He couldn't concentrate. He started... Drinking.

Derek Morgan: Yeah?

Rachel Howard: I can't bel--maybe you've got it wrong. I would've seen-- Oh, my god. I feel sick.

Jason Gideon: Where does Karl's family live?

Rachel Howard: She took the kids and moved to Idaho.

Derek Morgan: They just raided Karl's home. He's not there.

———–

Fay Arnold: Cut it out, now, both of you! Sarah, Karl Jr, go do your homework… Hello? Wait. I'm sor--I can't hear--shh! What did you say?

Aaron Hotchner: Faye Arnold, this is federal agent Aaron Hotchner. I'd like to know where your ex-husband is.

Fay Arnold: As long as he's nowhere near me I don't give a damn.

Aaron Hotchner: We really need to find him. When was the last time you saw him?

Fay Arnold: I--I haven't seen him in over 2 years. He--he--he's a scary guy. But... He did call me about an hour ago. I wish he would just go to hell and stay there.

Aaron Hotchner: What did he say?

Fay Arnold: He just... Babbled on about how precious family is and...

Aaron Hotchner: Did he say where he was?

Fay Arnold: No. No. He--he just wanted to talk to the kids. He said he'd just met a little girl that reminded him of my Sarah.

Aaron Hotchner: Did he seem upset, anxious, confused?

Fay Arnold: Seemed like he always is-- angry, controlling, manic.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you have any idea where he might be?

Fay Arnold: No. But I--I did hear kids in the background. And--and--and then someone started to cry. That's when he hung up.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Arnold called his wife. She heard kids in the background.

Jason Gideon: He's already in another family's house.

———–

Derek Morgan: Hotch, there's gotta be hundreds of families here.

Aaron Hotchner: Then we'll send an agent to every last one of them if we have to.

Jason Gideon: Karl Arnold--he has a boy and a girl just like the Millers and the Crawfords.

Aaron Hotchner: Target family would be the same.

Rachel Howard: How could I not have seen it?

Derek Morgan: Because he's that good. If he wasn't we would have caught him sooner.

Jason Gideon: Does he have a journal?

Rachel Howard: He writes everything down, takes it everywhere.

Jason Gideon: It's likely he also collects trophies. If they're not in his house they're right here, hidden in this room.

Rachel Howard: What does he mean by trophies?

Jason Gideon: From the families he killed. If he doesn't confess, we'll need 'em as evidence.

Aaron Hotchner: Here's one--the Harrises, one boy, one girl.

Jason Gideon: Can I see it?

Derek Morgan: I got a few. The Boyds and the Dunkens.

Rachel Howard: Wait. The Dunkens. That's not one of his cases. That's mine… They have a baby boy and a slightly introverted 8-year-old named Jackie.

Jason Gideon: Jackie... Jackie's work?

Rachel Howard: He took it from my office.

Derek Morgan: Were they planning a trip?

Rachel Howard: To the adirondacks.

Jason Gideon: Let's go. Hotch, tear up the room.

Aaron Hotchner: Here, take this. I call you some backup.

———–

FBI Agent: We’ve got 3 adults and 2 children sitting at the dining room table.

———–

FBI Agent: FBI! FBI!

Robin Dunken: He's got my baby!

Derek Morgan: Ma'am, is he alone?

Robin Dunken: My baby!

Derek Morgan: Where's the basement?

Robin Dunken: Under the stairs!

Jason Gideon: Son of a bitch. Get 'em outta here. Get them outta here!

———–

Derek Morgan: Gideon. Gideon!

———–

Derek Morgan: Karl? Karl, it's the FBI.

Jason Gideon: Karl? Why don't you give me the baby? Karl? Karl, I want you to look at me. I'm gonna put my gun away... And I want you to hand me that baby… Give me the baby.

Derek Morgan: You move, I'm gonna break your neck.

Jason Gideon: Hello.

———–

Derek Morgan: Let's go.

Karl Arnold: How are you?

Derek Morgan: Keep it moving.

———–

Jennifer Jareau: Did he say anything?

Jason Gideon: No. Can we tie him forensically to the other crimes?

Jennifer Jareau: Negative on foreign DNA. He must have washed Crawford's clothes.

Jason Gideon: Then we'll need a confession.

Jennifer Jareau: Can you get one?

Jason Gideon: Did you do what I asked?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah.

Jason Gideon: Then maybe.

———–

Jason Gideon: Emily Crawford was a very talented and gifted girl. Her brother Sam, a bright, energetic child. You watched them from the yard for days, maybe even weeks. You learned everything about them studied their every move and then you wrote it all down.

Karl Arnold: May I have a glass of water?

Jason Gideon: Something wrong?

Karl Arnold: No, I'm just thirsty.

Jason Gideon: Water, please.

Karl Arnold: Could you remove my shackles? I'm clearly no threat to you.

Derek Morgan: They stay on.

Jason Gideon: You chose families that reminded you of the one you lost. You stalked them, you bound them, you terrorized them then you killed them... One by one… We have your journals, Karl.

Karl Arnold: It's my job... To write everything down, to get to know them. I can't help them solve their problems without knowing background. And I make home visits... Sometimes without their knowledge because people lie. You, of all people, should know that… Eric Miller was an awful husband and father. Allison Crawford hemorrhaged money her husband didn't have. It can strain any marriage.

Jason Gideon: On the surface, this looks like any family, U.S.A. 2 parent household, 2 kids, boy and a girl. If you look a little closer you'll see their body language tells a different story. The woman and children are distant from the man. Their smiles are stiff. Their eyes are frightened. Every hair is in place, wearing their Sunday best their own private hell being memorialized on film… Are you OK?

Karl Arnold: It isn't right.

Jason Gideon: What isn't?

Karl Arnold: You've got the pictures mixed up! The one in the middle, that is Sam Crawford's. It should be Ty Miller's! You need... To swap them. You need to make it right.

Jason Gideon: This one here?

Karl Arnold: What the hell have I been trying to tell you?

Jason Gideon: You're right. They're switched. That is Sam Crawford's foot with the Miller family but how did you know that, Karl?

———–

Karl Arnold: And I watched them for a number of days, always at night. Saw how they lived. How they loved. I would keep them apart... Until the last night, till the last supper. Then I would bring them, one by one... Down to the basement. The youngest first. The father last.

Derek Morgan: Why, Karl?

Karl Arnold: So he could see... What happens to families when the head of household... Isn't strong… Wives wither. Children perish… But me? I'm an excellent father.

Kikavu ?

Au total, 132 membres ont visionné cet épisode ! Ci-dessous les derniers à l'avoir vu...

quimper 
15.10.2020 vers 23h

lecasy74 
03.10.2020 vers 17h

MrNash 
11.06.2020 vers 14h

Syom02 
18.05.2020 vers 17h

Darilou 
24.04.2020 vers 19h

Shannah 
09.04.2020 vers 16h

Derniers commentaires

Avant de poster un commentaire, clique ici pour t'identifier.

Sois le premier à poster un commentaire sur cet épisode !

Contributeurs

Merci aux 2 rédacteurs qui ont contribué à la rédaction de cette fiche épisode

Ne manque pas...

Retrouvez désormais tous les EVs de la citadelle dans la rubrique HypnoFanfics!
HypnoFanfics | Parcourez la bibliothèque!

Notre quartier dédié à la série Elite vient d'ouvrir ses portes ! Bonne visite !
Nouveau quartier ! | Elite

On recherche un nouveau rédacteur de news pour la partie Accueil d'Hypnoweb !
On recrute ! | Plus d'infos

Activité récente
Actualités
Alana de la Garza, narratrice de The FBI Declassified !

Alana de la Garza, narratrice de The FBI Declassified !
CBS a dévoilé son programme pour la rentrée prochaine. Sans séries inédites dans ses placards, la...

Emily Prentiss dans la course sur The X-Files !

Emily Prentiss dans la course sur The X-Files !
Le quartier The X-Files doit se renouveler et ouvre donc ses portes aux postulants. Après avoir...

9-1-1 avec Jennifer Love Hewitt renouvelée par la FOX !

9-1-1 avec Jennifer Love Hewitt renouvelée par la FOX !
La chaine américaine FOX a annoncé le renouvellement de sa dramatique 9-1-1 pour une quatrième...

Rochelle Aytes joint le casting du pilot de The Lost Boys !

Rochelle Aytes joint le casting du pilot de The Lost Boys !
Rochelle Aytes rejoint pour un rôle principal l'énième pilot de l'adaptation de The Lost Boys en...

USA | Audiences CBS - Mercredi 19 Février 2020

USA | Audiences CBS - Mercredi 19 Février 2020
Mercredi soir, la CBS proposait les deux ultimes épisodes de la série entre 21h et 23h. Intitulés...

Newsletter

Les nouveautés des séries et de notre site une fois par mois dans ta boîte mail ?

Inscris-toi maintenant

Sondage
HypnoRooms

Locksley, Avant-hier à 19:36

Le quartier Elite vient d'ouvrir ses portes ! Bonne inauguration à sabby et Linstead et bonne visite à tous !

sabby, Avant-hier à 19:42

Effectivement les portes de Las Encinas sont désormais ouvertes !!! Entrez avec nous dans l'Elite espagnole

Linstead77, Avant-hier à 19:43

Merci Lock, on vous attend avec impatience sur le quartier, une animation et d'autres petits jeux sont en place !

Emilie1905, Hier à 11:52

Plus que quelques heures pour vous inscrire à l'HypnoGame de ce soir! Alors, équipe Spoiler ou Teaser ?

mnoandco, Hier à 12:41

A Discovery Of Witches aurait besoin d'un coup de baguette magique pour sa "Chasse aux Sorcières !". La reconnaitrez-vous?

Viens chatter !

Change tes préférences pour afficher la barre HypnoChat sur les pages du site