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#114 : Requiem

Scénariste : Simon Mirren
Réalisateur : Chris Long

Un couple attend, dans le couloir de la mort, l'heure de la sentence a sonné. Condamnés à mort pour meurtres, Gideon leur rend visite pour un ultime interrogatoire, et ressort avec l'intime conviction que la femme est innocente. Il va décider de tout faire pour comprendre cette histoire et découvrir ce qu'il se cache réellement derrière le silence de cette prisonnière.

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Titre VO
Riding the Lightning

Titre VF
Requiem

Première diffusion
25.01.2006

Première diffusion en France
02.08.2006

Vidéos

Criminal Minds - 1x14

Criminal Minds - 1x14

  

Criminal Minds - Sacrifice

Criminal Minds - Sacrifice

  

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N°014

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 :
   - Jeannetta Arnette ... Sarah Jean Dawes
   - Michael Massee ... Jacob Dawes
   - Roger Aaron Brown ... Warden Charles Diehl
   - Michael B. Silver ... Sam Shapiro
   - Constance Towers ... Deb Mason
   - David A. Kimball ... Frank Sheffield
   - Cher Calvin ... Lara Sedgwick
   - Ren Casey ... Riley

L'équipe nous explique que Jacob domine Sarah Jean, sa femme. Elle lui servait de rabateuse, entrainant les victimes, toutes jeunes et blondes. Il les découpait puis les enterrait sur les lieux où il construisait des trucs. Hotchner s'occupe de Jacob. Il semble un peu dingue et insiste pour jouer aux cartes avec lui. Gideon et Spencer s'attaquent à l'interrogatoire de Sarah Jean. Elle a peint des tableaux et semble en paix. Elle explique que Jacob lui a permis de se libérer.

Morgan et Ellie s'occupent de la mère de Sarah Jean pour trouver des infos sur le passé de Sarah Jean. SJ était discrete et timide jusqu'à ce qu'elle rencontre Jacob. Son père était strict, imposant une discipline militaire. Ils apprennent que son père ne frappait que sa mère et non SJ. Elle leur montre également une lettre qui est une déclaration d'innocence de Sarah Jean adressée à sa mère, expliquant qu'elle était au courant qu'il ramenait des femmes mais pas de ce qu'il leur faisait.

La réaction de SJ prouve qu'elle est innocente et n'a tué personne, et qu'elle n'a pas participé. Le profil de Jacob prouve qu'il devait être seul pour tuer. Mais il reste les aveux de SJ annonçant qu'elle a tué son fils. Gideon est persuadé qu'elle ment et que la clé est dans les tableaux qu'elle a dessiné. Les deux faces à faces continuent : Hotch et JJ face à Jacob et Gideon face à SJ. SJ refuse de dire quoique ce soit sur l'endroit où elle a enterré son fils, se contentant de dire qu'il est protégé maintenant, qu'il est dans un monde meilleur. Hotch manipule Jacob en lui faisant croire que l'exécution de SJ est repoussée et il avoue où est enterré le fils.

Mais le corps retrouvé est celui d'une nouvelle victime. Sj faisait le ménage chez les parents de cette ado que Jacob a tué. Jacob refuse de parler à Hotch, de lui dire combien d'autres victimes il a tué. SJ décide de stopper de parler quand elle comprend que Gideon sait que le fils est en vie, le dessin étant celui d'un fils trop agé pour qu'elle l'est connue sous cet aspect. Il sait que l'équipe doit retrouver le fils pour sauver SJ.

L'après midi passe sans piste pour retrouver le fils. Gideon sait qu'elle sait où se trouve son fils et que la preuve est dans la chambre. Problème, les visites sont maintenant interdites. Le chef de la prison décide alors d'aider Gideon en attirant SJ dehors pour voir la pleine lune une dernière fois comme elle l'avait demandé en début d'épisode. Elle est contente et Gideon retourne pendant ce temps la cellule, découvrant un article caché derrière un tableau, une photo d'article de journal sur un jeune prodige de la musique.

Il faut retrouver le fils alors que Jacob part se faire exécuter. Il reste alors une heure. Jacob admet 4 autres victimes mais il refuse toujours d'avouer où sont les victimes supplémentaires. Il est heureux car il est sur d'embarquer SJ dans la mort avec lui jusqu'à ce qu'au moment de l'exécution, Hotch lui montre la photo de son fils aujourd'hui.

Malgré la mort de Jacob, SJ refuse toujours d'avouer que son fils est toujours en vie et où il est. L'équipe continue encore de chercher le fils. Une piste est trouvé parce qu'un couple où elle faisait le ménage s'est retiré de la liste des adoptions un mois après la mort supposée du fils. Morgan et Ellie partent en fusée vers le domicile du fils. Mais l'exécution continue.

Le gouverneur est près à susprendre l'exécution si confirmation. Mais SJ refuse de dire quoique ce soit parce qu'elle veut lui offrir une vie meilleure que ce qu'elle aurait pu lui offrir. Gideon est finalement convaincu et ordonne à Morgan de ne rien faire alors qu'ils se tiennent devant le fils présumé. Et SJ est exécutée.

Jennifer Jareau: Sarah Jean and Jacob Dawes butchered what? Twelve girls?

Jason Gideon: Thirteen counting the girl that was just found. Hilary Dickson. Disappeared 15 years ago. Buried her under Sarah's mother's living room.

Jennifer Jareau: You think that was the last victim?

Jason Gideon: Well, that's what we are here to find out.

———–

Spencer Reid: There is nothing about the dynamics of Sarah Jean and Jacob's relationship.

Elle Greenaway: The state isn't interested in dynamics or profiles, they just want this case to go away.

Aaron Hotchner: They were caught, they confessed, they got the death penalty.

Penelope Garcia: You guys do realize that visiting death rows is not part of my job description?

Spencer Reid: Garcia, this will be the first serial killer couple ever recorded for VICAP.

Penelope Garcia: They slaughtered 13 young girls with blond hair, hello?!

———–

Jason Gideon: Sarah Jean Dawes.

Jennifer Jareau: Media called her the 'ice queen'.

Jason Gideon: That's how they interpreted her demeanour during the trial.

Derek Morgan: You see it different?

Jason Gideon: Na, I didn't say that.

Jennifer Jareau: She killed her 2 year old son and 12 teenage girls.

Jason Gideon: She only confessed to the murder of her son Riley.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, she hasn't cooperated with any request to interview her.

Derek Morgan: Well, if she doesn't talk now, she's going to take that story with her to old sparky.

———–

Charles Diehl: For the next 36 hours, a guard will remain outside your cell. Your personal effects will be along shortly. You will remain in the death watch cell until the hour of execution. Your last meal cannot exceed $20.

Sarah Jean Dawes: It will be a full moon tomorrow. Is there any chance I could see it?

Charles Diehl: That's against regulations… Open on 4.

———–

Derek Morgan: Here it is.

Jason Gideon: They call themselves 'the women of Jacob'. Trying to look like his victims.

Jennifer Jareau: Creepy.

Derek Morgan: There's only 12 of them. Should we tell them they're one short?

Jason Gideon: At least… I think we will find Hilary Dickson was by no means Jacob's last victim.

———–

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

———–

Derek Morgan: 1985, there's a string of missing girls reported in Northern Florida. Police subsequently got an anonymous call from a woman claiming to have seen Jacob with some of the girls.

Jennifer Jareau: Did they ever find out who the anonymous woman was?

Spencer Reid: No.

Aaron Hotchner: Police interviewed Jacob Dawes, also present with Sarah Jean Dawes and their 2 year old son Riley. Police was suspicious they came back 3 hours later with a search warrant only to find that Riley had vanished. They also eventually found the dismembered bodies of 12 missing girls buried in the ground underneath Jacob's workshop.

Spencer Reid: Fearing that the police were on to them Jacob figured Riley would slow them down so he ordered Sarah Jean to kill him and dispose of the body.

Jason Gideon: Sarah confessed to killing Riley but never admitted her role on the deaths of the girls.

Elle Greenaway: Ya, but she never denied it either.

Derek Morgan: Well according to Jacob, Sarah Jean was fully complicit in the targeting abduction, and murder of all 12 and well, now 13 victims.

Spencer Reid: Prison records show that Jacob is a sexual psychopath. It were inconclusive on Sarah Jean though, they said her demeanour was more like that of a war victims?

Aaron Hotchner: And as with all sexual psychopaths, Jacob is obsessed with the idea of the total possession of his victims. He's shown no remorse or guilt.

Jason Gideon: Oh, well, Jacob saw Sarah Jean as a possession, somebody to control, to dominate.

Sam Shapiro: Just so we're clear, they have agreed to these interviews?

Jason Gideon: Yes sir.

Elle Greenaway: Oh, we- I'm sorry, who are you exactly?

Sam Shapiro: I'm Sam Shapiro, their appeal's attorney.

Aaron Hotchner: Not only have they agreed to them, they were initially requested by them.

Sam Shapiro: Ya, I can't get them a stay of execution.

Jason Gideon: Garcia, remember 75% of all communication-

Penelope Garcia: Is non-verbal.

Jason Gideon: Hotch interview Jacob, Morgan, El-

Aaron Hotchner: I'm not going to get anything new but...

Jason Gideon: Well, find out a way to ask. 696 Hennessy Street, Jacob and Sarah Jean's home stood for demolition. Take a look around.

———–

Derek Morgan: Jacob's workshop is out the back.

Elle Greenaway: He claimed that Sarah Jean would lure the victims from mall parking lots. She'd invite them to smoke pot in her truck. They'd find Jacob but no pot.

Derek Morgan: They bring them here.

Elle Greenaway: I studied this case, I'll never forget it.

Derek Morgan: This is where the workshop stood.

Elle Greenaway: There was an arch right here. He used his workspace as a torture room… The marks on the bodies match many of his tools.

Derek Morgan: He used the bench saw to dismember the bodies… And then, he buried them under the floor.

Elle Greenaway: Until he ran out of room.

Derek Morgan: We know that Jacob was abused as a child. What about Sarah Jean?

Elle Greenaway: Her mother refused to give any testimony in her defense. She never talked to anybody.

Derek Morgan: Maybe she's willing to talk now. Let's go pay Sarah Jean's mother a visit.

———–

Charles Diehl: We call this the 'dead man valley'.

Jason Gideon: Did she have any contact with Jacob?

Charles Diehl: Well, until today she's declined contact with anyone. For her own safety, we keep her away from the other prisoners. The hate for this woman is as fresh today, as it was 15 years ago… Open on 4.

———–

Jason Gideon: Accomplished work.

Sarah Jean Dawes: I've had plenty of time. What is it that you want to know?

Jason Gideon: I think it's time the mothers of those girls learn why their children had to die. Don't you?

———–

Derek Morgan: Hello? Anybody? Hello! Mrs. Mason?

Deb Mason: Ya?

Derek Morgan: Are you Sarah Jean Dawes mother?

Deb Mason: Who the hell are you?

Elle Greenaway: FBI. We are from the behaviour analysis unit.

Deb Mason: My daughter and her son of a bitch husband buried a 13 year old girl under my floor. What more do you need to know?

Derek Morgan: Ma'am, Sarah Jean has agreed to meet with our colleges to talk about why they killed those girls. We'd like some background information, if you don't mind.

———–

Derek Morgan: Extensive remodelling. Jacob built the original extension? I see he liked arches.

Deb Mason: Teenage girls, that's what he liked.

Elle Greenaway: How was Sarah Jean growing up?

Deb Mason: Fine, until she met Jacob. She was shy and quiet… And also smart.

Derek Morgan: And her relationship with her father?

Elle Greenaway: Was Sarah Jean ever abused?

Deb Mason: He was strict. He was a military man. They… They didn't always see eye to eye. That's all history. He's dead… She's about to die.

Derek Morgan: Mrs. Mason, if we better understand the dynamics of her relationships, we can get a better idea of why and what actually happened.

Deb Mason: Dynamics?

Elle Greenaway: Well, it might answer why Jacob never killed Sarah Jean. They shared something.

Derek Morgan: They shared pain.

Elle Greenaway: How strict was your husband? How did he discipline Sarah Jean? Was he physical?

Deb Mason: He was a mean bastard, but he only hurt me.

Derek Morgan: Why didn't you leave?

Deb Mason: Because we had no place to go.

Derek Morgan: An anonymous caller tipped the police off about Jacob, was it you?

Deb Mason: No. But I know who it was… This came this morning.

Derek Morgan: What's it say?

Elle Greenaway: It's a statement of innocence.

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: A doctor, so young. Your mother must be very proud.

Jacob Dawes: Sarah Jean! Sarah Jean! You look so fine, baby cakes. This was meant to be, our names will live forever!

Aaron Hotchner: Let's go.

Jacob Dawes: It's a beautiful thing!

Aaron Hotchner: Let's go!

Jacob Dawes: Listen, it's a beautiful thing!

Sarah Jean Dawes: You designed that to happen… Did you learn anything, agent?

———–

Jacob Dawes: You want to see a trick? Pick a card.

Aaron Hotchner: You're a diagnosed psychopath.

Jacob Dawes: Sexual psychopath. Now pick a card.

Aaron Hotchner: How many other girls did you kill?

Jacob Dawes: Do you ever smile? I mean, it's hard to trust a guy who never smiles.

Aaron Hotchner: Are there more bodies?

Jacob Dawes: If I told you that, what would I have left for myself?

Aaron Hotchner: You can help these families get closure before you die.

Jacob Dawes: Oh... Pass… Come on, just one trick. It's a good one. Pick a card. Come on. Just one card.

———–

Jason Gideon: So what did you see in Jacob?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Freedom.

Spencer Reid: Freedom from what?

———–

Penelope Garcia: Garcia.

Elle Greenaway: Hey, it's El.

Penelope Garcia: Hey, El.

Elle Greenaway: I need Gideon, please.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, I'll pass you through. Gideon, it's El. She says it's urgent.

———–

Elle Greenaway: We're at the mother's house. She gave me a letter. I want to read to you.

Jason Gideon: Read the letter, El.

Elle Greenaway: Mom, I know…

Jason Gideon: How difficult this must be.

Elle Greenaway: Things between us were never what they should be…

Jason Gideon: Between a mother and a daughter.

Sarah Jean Dawes: That is a private letter.

Elle Greenaway: I want you to know that the best part of me the most important part of me is…

Jason Gideon: Now in a better place than you and I will ever be.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Stop it!

Elle Greenaway: I'm responsible for the…

Spencer Reid: Death of those girls I neglected my duties as a woman and as a mother.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Stop it!

Jason Gideon: Take it easy… Neglected your duty? That doesn't make you responsible. You didn't kill those girls… Why didn't you say this in court?

Sarah Jean Dawes: I know he brought women back to his workshop.

Spencer Reid: It's a long way from knowing he was killing them.

Sarah Jean Dawes: They died as a result of my neglect.

Jason Gideon: This letter suggests to me, that an innocent woman is about to be executed for crime she did not commit.

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: They died as a result of my neglect.

Jason Gideon: This letter suggests to me, that an innocent woman is about to be executed for crime she did not commit.

Sam Shapiro: I could tell you right now, it's not enough to get a stay.

Jason Gideon: Well, facts. Reid.

Spencer Reid: Human sexuality is a complex dynamic of three components. Biological, physiological, and emotional. Jacob's needs were informed by the emotional, sexual abuse that he received at the hand of his mother.

Jason Gideon: Long term appetitive abuse informed the template of his love map. Something we refer to as a signature. Jacob was an only child…

Spencer Reid: Thus he was alone when the abused occurred. So in order for him to fulfill his fantasy he has got to be alone with his victims.

Jacob Dawes: If I told you that what would I have left for myself?

Jason Gideon: He said myself. If Sarah Jean was present, it would have destroyed his fantasy.

Charles Diehl: She confessed to killing her son.

Spencer Reid: Yes, true. But we are also convinced that she is the anonymous caller that made the phone call that nailed Jacob.

Jason Gideon: Guilt-ridden, filled with remorse, she called the police. It's not the profile of a woman who would then kill a child.

Spencer Reid: What else do you need?

Sam Shapiro: Evidence.

Jason Gideon: If we prove Jacob killed Riley, would that get a stay?

Sam Shapiro: Absolutely.

Jason Gideon: She protects the painting, she protects the boy.

Sam Shapiro: What?

Jason Gideon: Paintings are her statement. We need to figure out what they say.

———–

Journalist: Tension is mounting here as the FBI's BAU team presence means that they're conducting a series of deathbed interviews in an attempt to find if there are anymore victims. Now it is rumoured they're calling for a stay of execution.

———–

Jennifer Jareau: Who the hell told them that?

Penelope Garcia: It doesn't matter. I don't see Hotch getting anything out of Jacob.

Journalist: Up to the very last minute, the last second.

Jennifer Jareau: Maybe I can help.

Penelope Garcia: What are you doing?

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, just get Hotch in here.

———–

Jacob Dawes: Oh, I know I know. One day, these are going to kill me. Come on, Hotch! That was funny! And who are you?

Jennifer Jareau: My friends call me JJ.

Jacob Dawes: Well, hello-

Aaron Hotchner: Sit down. Sit down.

Jacob Dawes: Hello, JJ.

Jennifer Jareau: You're not my friend. You can call me Jennifer.

Jacob Dawes: Ouch.

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: Um... Sorry about before. You know, breaking your ear thing… You have a lovely smile.

Jason Gideon: Thank you.

Sarah Jean Dawes: But you don't smile much.

Jason Gideon: Do you?

Sarah Jean Dawes: What's your excuse?

Jason Gideon: I took the liberty of getting these from your cell.

Sarah Jean Dawes: No, those are private.

Jason Gideon: Thank you… Riley running free… The river. Falling positive energy maybe. Twelve roses. One for each girl Jacob killed… Twelve not thirteen. We found number 13. You didn't know about her. You didn't really know about any of them.

Sarah Jean Dawes: I never said I did.

———–

Jacob Dawes: That was a nice touch bringing in the hottie. You really want to know if there was others, don't you? I'll tell you what. Draw a book, you win, I'll give you another girl.

Aaron Hotchner: So there are more.

Jacob Dawes: Do we have a bet?

Aaron Hotchner: What if you win?

Jacob Dawes: I get to smell Jennifer's hair.

Aaron Hotchner: No.

Jacob Dawes: Oh, come on! All she has to do is lean over and I get to smell her hair.

Aaron Hotchner: No.

Jacob Dawes: I thought you wanted answers.

Aaron Hotchner: Go to hell.

Jennifer Jareau: It's okay, Hotch.

Jacob Dawes: You see that? It's okay, Hotch.

Aaron Hotchner: JJ deals. Can't let you deal from your own deck.

———–

Jason Gideon: You confessed to killing Riley. Why would you lie about killing your own son?

Sarah Jean Dawes: I didn't.

Jason Gideon: Well, where's the body?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Do you have any children?

Jason Gideon: That's irrelevant.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Do you carry pictures of your children, agent Gideon?

Jason Gideon: We are getting off point.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Are we?

———–

Jacob Dawes: You know how long it's been since I could actually play with someone? All I've had is solitaire.

Aaron Hotchner: Cards? Two.

Jacob Dawes: I think I'll play these.

———–

Jason Gideon: How old would your son be now? 17? Imagine what he could have become. Jacob put an end to any chance of that.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Does the strain of your work effect your marriage?

Jason Gideon: I'm not married.

Sarah Jean Dawes: You were, right?

Jason Gideon: Why would you still be protecting Jacob?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Did you divorce because of putting people like me away?

Jason Gideon: I think you're innocent.

Sarah Jean Dawes: We are all guilty of something. But it's... It's our children who suffers for our sins, isn't it?

Jason Gideon: You'd have to ask him.

Sarah Jean Dawes: How old is he?

Jason Gideon: He's 25.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Do you have a picture of him?

Jason Gideon: In my office.

Sarah Jean Dawes: You don't carry him with you?

Jason Gideon: No.

Sarah Jean Dawes: To protect him. You want to leave him somewhere safe, somewhere clean.

Jason Gideon: You killed Riley to protect him from Jacob?

Sarah Jean Dawes: I protect my son as you protect yours.

Jason Gideon: Where's he buried?

Sarah Jean Dawes: All that matters is that he's safe.

Jason Gideon: Where is he?

Sarah Jean Dawes: He's in a better place.

Charles Diehl: The chaplain's here to see you.

———–

Jacob Dawes: What do you got?

Aaron Hotchner: I've got aces and eights, two pair.

Jacob Dawes: The dead man's hand. I should have had that, but then of course I would have lost. Straight to the Jack. And unless the rules of poker changed since I've been in here... You lose.

Aaron Hotchner: Oh, sorry. Full house. This is higher.

Jacob Dawes: Man! You would have been so nice. But then, answer to your question. There are no other bodies.

Aaron Hotchner: JJ, Oh… The governor's just commanded us a stay of the execution to Sarah Jean.

Jacob Dawes: What? They can't do that.

Aaron Hotchner: They don't believe she killed your son.

Jacob Dawes: She killed him. I could tell you exactly where he's buried. It's got to be here.

———–

Derek Morgan: Jacob built this gazebo.

Elle Greenaway: We've searched everywhere else.

Derek Morgan: The workshop and extension in dead Mason's house had arches. We know he had to built this for Riley.

Agent: Hey, you got something here.

———–

Penelope Garcia: Guys, the body's ID is coming through… It's not Riley Dawes. It's Ashley Farley. She was 14 when she was killed.

Spencer Reid: Why would Jacob give us another victim? He completely goes against his need for power manipulation and control.

Jason Gideon: Taking the secret of an old victim to his grave satisfies that need.

Spencer Reid: Why give it up? I mean, what's the payoff?

Jason Gideon: Sarah Jean's the payoff. Sarah Jean will be his last victim. And be the ultimate of control.

Penelope Garcia: Gideon, check this out. Guess who used to be the Farley's house cleaner.

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: My last supper. Like some? Look! It came with a toy.

Jason Gideon: May I sit down?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Please.

Jason Gideon: Ashley Farley. You cleaned her parents' house. Remember?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Farley?

Jason Gideon: We found her buried beneth the children's gazebo. At another house Jacob renovated. He put her there.

Sarah Jean Dawes: I might as well have brought along with that bastard.

———–

Jacob Dawes: Thanks, doc.

Aaron Hotchner: You lied to me, it wasn't Riley.

Jacob Dawes: It wasn't?

Aaron Hotchner: And she was 14 years old.

Jacob Dawes: Ah, and really pretty.

Aaron Hotchner: How many others are there?

Jacob Dawes: 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 Hotchner: I'm not done yet.

Jacob Dawes: Oh, me neither.

———–

Jason Gideon: Behind reeds, the river… This here, what is this? A basket? A boy in that painting is what, 10? Maybe more? Is that how you see him or how he is?

Sarah Jean Dawes: I only have a few hours left. I'm respectfully asking you to leave.

Jason Gideon: Where is he? Where is Riley?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Please see agent Gideon out.

Guard: Open 4.

———–

Jason Gideon: Garcia, pull up the interview with Sarah Jean.

Penelope Garcia: What is it?

Jason Gideon: Exodus 2:3.

Spencer Reid: Moses.

Jason Gideon: Hebrew sons were supposed to be drown. Moses's mother sent him down an isle in a basket.

Jason Gideon: Where's he buried?

Sarah Jean Dawes: All that matters is that he's safe.

Jason Gideon: Where is he?

Sarah Jean Dawes: He's in a better place.

Jason Gideon: Jacob didn't bury Riley anywhere. Because Sarah Jean had already taken care of him.

Jennifer Jareau: Then she did kill him.

Spencer Reid: No, she sent him somewhere where she believed he'd be safe.

Penelope Garcia: He's alive.

Jason Gideon: We're running out of time. This is the proof we need to save Sarah Jean.

———–

Jason Gideon: Check all police and hospital records dating back to September 1990.

Spencer Reid: You know, you should check local newspapers to see if anyone reported any abandoned babies.

Sam Shapiro: Ya, I don't give a damn where the governor is, we may have found proof that Sarah Jean is innocent.

Spencer Reid: She really only had a maximum of 3 hours between police visits. It was 4pm so traffic was pretty heavy. Whatever she did with Riley had to be local.

Penelope Garcia: 1990, 3 babies where abandoned in September.

Jason Gideon: 3 year old boys?

Penelope Garcia: None.

Spencer Reid: Why doesn't she just tell us where Riley is?

Jason Gideon: She'll protect him for as long as Jacob is alive.

Jennifer Jareau: Look, they are being executed within an hour of each other what hope do we even have to finding him in time?

Spencer Reid: You know, it's quite possible, she doesn't even know where he is anyway.

Jason Gideon: No, she knows. We've got to get into her cell.

———–

Jacob Dawes: You've come to see the show?

Jason Gideon: I need to get into Sarah Jean's cell. I believe the proof-

Charles Diehl: I can't do that! All official lines of communication are now over.

Jason Gideon: I just need 5 minutes.

Charles Diehl: Agent! They want the memory of these 2 individuals erased.

Jason Gideon: 5 minutes. That's all I need.

Charles Diehl: 5 minutes.

Jason Gideon: Thank you. Come on.

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: I thought it was against regulations.

Charles Diehl: Well, don't tell anybody.

Sarah Jean Dawes: It's cold.

Charles Diehl: You need a jacket. Vincent, give me your jacket.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Oh, no. I'm fine, really. It makes me feel, you know... Alive…

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: How are your sons, warden?

Charles Diehl: They're good.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Good.

Charles Diehl: Darren just graduated.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Ya? Did you ever tell him about the man in the moon?

Charles Diehl: Sure.

Sarah Jean Dawes: I used to tell Riley that no matter where we were the man on the moon would be looking down on both of us.

———–

Charles Diehl: We should get back… Sarah, if there is something you know that can save you...

Sarah Jean Dawes: Thank you, warden… This has been wonderful. Your kindness to me, I thank you.

———–

Penelope Garcia: That's Riley. It's her son, isn't it? Someone tell me it's him, please.

Aaron Hotchner: JJ circulate this photo to the press. See if anybody recognizes this boy.

Jennifer Jareau: Do I say who we think he is?

Aaron Hotchner: No just put him out as the missing persons.

Jennifer Jareau: OK. What does that mean?

Spencer Reid: It means Jacob is being moved to the execution chamber.

———–

Jacob Dawes: Sarah Jean! I've been waiting for you!

Charles Diehl: You wish to make your peace to God, Jacob.

Jacob Dawes: I've made my peace 18 times. And each one was prettier than him.

Aaron Hotchner: Why take them with you, Jacob?

Jacob Dawes: You know why.

Charles Diehl: Take him down.

Jacob Dawes: If you don't mind, gentleman, this is one walk I can make myself… Sarah Jean! I told you we'd be together forever!

Aaron Hotchner: He's just confessed to killing 4 more girls.

Charles Diehl: There's nothing I can do.

———–

Jacob Dawes: Are you ready, Sarah Jean? We're going to ride the lightning, baby!

———–

Spencer Reid: She cut around the photo so no one can read the text. He was 2 when he disappeared. This boy is 16 or 17. If he's Riley, it would mean it's a recent photo.

Jennifer Jareau: Once Jacob's dead, you think Sarah Jean would tell us if this is Riley?

———–

Charles Diehl: Any last words?

Jacob Dawes: Bring it on.

Aaron Hotchner: Riley… You lose.

Jacob Dawes: No!

———–

Jason Gideon: Jacob is gone. He's no longer any threat to Riley. Tell me where he is. We can stop this madness.

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

Jason Gideon: You can change that right now.

Sarah Jean Dawes: I made my decision 15 years ago. This has never been about Jacob. It's always been about Riley.

Jason Gideon: That's why I can't let you do this.

Sarah Jean Dawes: This isn't about you and me.

Jason Gideon: I know it isn't. That's why I'm not going to let Riley lose his greatest gift he knew he had.

Sarah Jean Dawes: But that is my gift to him. And I'll not let you destroy that.

———–

Jason Gideon: Only people Jacob allowed Sarah Jean to know were the family she cleaned for.

Aaron Hotchner: Sarah Jean worked for wealthy families all over Hampton. Let's go over all the families in the state of Florida who were looking to adopt in 1990 and let's see how many lived in Hampton.

Penelope Garcia: Families looking to adopt, hundreds.

Jason Gideon: How many from Hampton?

Penelope Garcia: Uh... 3 families. The James's, the Coulfied's and the Sheffield's.

Jennifer Jareau: Looks like the Sheffield's removed themselves from the list in October 1990 and then moved out of Hampton.

Jason Gideon: That's one month after Riley vanished where did they go?

Penelope Garcia: Uh... Keystone Heights. We got a match on the photo. It was in a local daily news.

Aaron Hotchner: Call Morgan and El, tell them to get to the Sheffield's house.

Spencer Reid: Byran Sheffield.

Penelope Garcia: Local cello prodigy 17 year old Byran Sheffield won a scholarship to play cello.

———–

Elle Greenaway: How many miles to Keystone Heights?

Derek Morgan: Way too many.

Elle Greenaway: We're never going to make it in time.

Derek Morgan: Not if you keep running your mouth.

Elle Greenaway: So you'd better buckle up!

———–

Jason Gideon: We found him. We found her son.

Charles Diehl: Unless I receive an official stay of execution from the governor I'm duty bound to see this through.

Sarah Jean Dawes: My son is dead, agent Gideon.

Jason Gideon: I have agents on the way to his house as we speak. And the governor is standing by.

Sarah Jean Dawes: Why can you not accept the truth?

Jason Gideon: I can't. This isn't it.

———–

Jason Gideon: Agents are with in minutes of finding her son, alive.

Charles Diehl: I am truly sorry, hold here.

Sarah Jean Dawes: What wouldn't you do for your son to give him a life you could never hope to dream of? I am at peace in the knowledge that my son is free to be whatever he chooses to be.

Jason Gideon: If he knew who you were do you think he'd choose to allow you to walk in there?

Sarah Jean Dawes: If he knew who his parents were can you imagine the damage my legacy would leave him?

Jason Gideon: Can you imagine what he would feel? Knowing his mother spent 15 years on death row, innocent of all charges, just so he can be free of her?

Sarah Jean Dawes: Not me, Jacob. It isn't just my life you have in your hands. It's Riley's life, too… You have the chance to save my son's life.

Jason Gideon: I choose to save yours, too.

Sarah Jean Dawes: My life ended the day I met Jacob.

———–

Derek Morgan: Garcia, we made it. Hello! Open Up! FBI! Hello? Garcia, tell Gideon we are here.

Elle Greenaway: Ya, but I'm afraid nobody else is. Garcia. Pass us through.

———–

Penelope Garcia: Gideon, I've got El. She says they're at the Sheffield's house.

Charles Diehl: It's time.

Jason Gideon: Take your hands off her. Tell Morgan to kick the door.

Aaron Hotchner: Get in the house whatever it takes.

———–

Derek Morgan: FBI!

———–

Jason Gideon: I said take your hands off her.

Charles Diehl: Agent Gideon!

Jason Gideon: A few moments, please.

———–

Derek Morgan: FBI!

Elle Greenaway: Morgan.

Frank Sheffield: Stay in the car… Can I help you?

Derek Morgan: Frank Sheffield?

Frank Sheffield: What is this about?

Derek Morgan: This is about your son.

Frank Sheffield: My son?

Derek Morgan: Is that your son in the car?

Frank Sheffield: I don't understand, what is this about? Tell me.

Derek Morgan: We're federal agents.

Elle Greenaway: Hey Hotch we got him. He's here. What do we do?

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Gideon, they've got him. What do are we doing here?

Sarah Jean Dawes: I'm standing here because of choices I've made. Don't let my son be Jacob's last victim… Let me go. Let us both go.

Jason Gideon: Tell Morgan... It's not her son. That we've made a mistake.

Aaron Hotchner: Let him go it's not the boy.

———–

Elle Greenaway: Hey Derek.

Derek Morgan: Wait there sir… Mr. Sheffield... I'm uh... I'm very sorry, we have the wrong house… I apologize for any inconvenience.

Frank Sheffield: Agent! Thank you.

———–

Sarah Jean Dawes: Would it be too much to ask if yours is the last face I see?

———–

Jason Gideon: Albert Pine said, "What we do for ourselves dies with us, what we do for others and the world remains and is immortal".

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