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Esprits Criminels
#118 : Crimes à la une

Scénariste : Edward Napier
Réalisateur : Paul Shapiro

Gideon et Reid enquêtent, rejoints par l'équipe, sur l'agression d'une actrice de télévision à Hollywood. Le docteur finit par se retrouver lui-même en danger. Pour le protéger, l'équipe décide alors de le mettre sous couverture dans un cadre où le jeune homme n'a pas l'habitude de se trouver.

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4.25 - 8 votes

Titre VO
Somebody's Watching

Titre VF
Crimes à la une

Première diffusion
29.03.2006

Première diffusion en France
16.08.2006

Vidéos

Criminal Minds - (Mandy Patinkin) Girl hitting on Gideon

Criminal Minds - (Mandy Patinkin) Girl hitting on Gideon

  

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - transference

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - transference

  

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - change all your phone numbers

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - change all your phone numbers

  

Criminal Minds Reid and Lila

Criminal Minds Reid and Lila

  

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - that is english, actually

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - that is english, actually

  

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - im not psychoanalyzing you

Criminal Minds - 1x18 - im not psychoanalyzing you

  

Plus de détails

N°018

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 :
   - Amber Heard ... Lilia Archer
   - Ian Anthony Dale ... Owen Kim
   - Peter Jacobson ... Michael Ryer
   - Katheryn Winninck ... Maggie Lowe
   - Jason Olive ... Parker Dunley
   - Melanie Mayson ... Becka Doyle
   - Jackie Geary ... Pinky Robertson
   - Alejandro Furth ... Joseph Martinez
   - Kate Luyben ... Natalie Ryan
   - Andrew St. John ... Jeremy Collins

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

———–

Parker Dunley: Spencer! Spencer Reid! Dude! Look at you! You look just the same. Look at you, dude. Nothing's changed. Spencer was only 12-year-old in our graduating class. Just the same.

Spencer Reid: Thanks. This is special agent Jason Gideon. This is Parker Dunley. We went to high school together, as you can probably gather.

Jason Gideon: Hi, how are you?

Parker Dunley: Hey.

Jason Gideon: It's a beautiful gallery.

Parker Dunley: Thank you. Thank you.

Spencer Reid: Jason's a big contemporary art enthusiast.

Parker Dunley: We're exhibiting four up-and-coming artists in this show. Everything's for sale and I could definitely swing a nice discount for a friend of... Lila.

Lila Archer: Hey.

Parker Dunley: Guys, come on.

Spencer Reid: Do I look 12 years old to you?

Jason Gideon: 14?

———–

Parker Dunley: Spencer, you ever meet a real movie star?

Pinky Robertson: Movie star? Please, she's a supporting role on a television series about beach volleyball. Totally blue-collar.

Lila Archer: I'm Lila.

Spencer Reid: Hi, I'm... I'm doctor Spencer... Reid. I'm Spencer. You don't have to... call me doctor.

Lila Archer: I won't.

Parker Dunley: Excuse me. Hey you! I told you! No photos in the gallery! All right? Out!

———–

Pinky Robertson: And who are you?

Jason Gideon: I'm Jason Gideon, I'm a... Friend of Reid.

Pinky Robertson: Have you seen my work?

Jason Gideon: No.

———–

Lila Archer: Thanks. So... You're not from around here, are you?

Spencer Reid: Me? No. No, I'm... We're running a training service about profiling for the Los Angeles police department.

Lila Archer: Profiling?

Spencer Reid: Yeah, I'm with the behavioural analysis unit of the FBI. We psychoanalyze crime scenes in order to gain a better understanding of the criminal who might have committed the crime.

Lila Archer: Psychoanalyze, huh? Are you doing that to me right now?

Spencer Reid: What? No! I'm not psychoanalyzing you. I'm just...

Lila Archer: I'm kidding.

———–

Pinky Robertson: One of my earliest works. Totally boring.

Jason Gideon: No, I don't think so, I mean nothing's just a picture. If viewed correctly whatever that means one can see world views, obsessions, manifestations of the subconscious.

Pinky Robertson: If I weren't... A lesbian, I'd jump your bones. I've always had this thing for middle-aged men. And you have these piercing, discerning eyes which remind me of my father who was a shrink. And I'm like... God, I am so hot.

Parker Dunley: Pinky, some guy from ArtNews wants to talk to you.

Pinky Robertson: Don't go away.

———–

Lila Archer: Does it make you feel anything?

Spencer Reid: Like what?

Lila Archer: I can't tell you how to feel.

Spencer Reid: Right now, I feel pretty good.

Jason Gideon: We're leaving.

Spencer Reid: We're still looking at the exhibit.

Jason Gideon: Now. Now, now.

Spencer Reid: Yeah, I guess we're leaving, so...

Jason Gideon: Reid, now.

Spencer Reid: Nice to meet you.

Jason Gideon: On the way.

Spencer Reid: Bye!

———–

Spencer Reid: Today, we thought we'd focus on what is probably the most important component of profiling or for that matter, any investigative technique: Victimology. The word victim stems from the latin word "victima" which means "sacrifice."

———–

Natalie Ryan: No, I can't go to the gym. I'm waiting for my shooting script. I think it just came. Yeah. Okay, I'll see you at the gym, babe, bye.

———–

Spencer Reid: Victims of violent crimes are brutalized by a subject who takes it upon him or herself to decide life or death of a fellow human being.

———–

Natalie Ryan: Hey. Are you gonna give it to me?

———–

Jason Gideon: There are around 16 million people in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Every time a person is killed, robbed, or raped, Most important question you will ask yourself is "why?"Why did your unsub choose this victim at this time.

———–

Jeremy Collins: Natalie?

———–

Jason Gideon: Was there anything done which provoked the criminal to act? Or was the target available or weak, a causality of circumstance?

———–

Jeremy Collins: Natalie? Natalie… Oh, my God! Oh, my god! No! Natalie! No! Nathalie! Oh, my god!

———–

Jason Gideon: You know, we really can get ourselves to the airport.

Owen Kim: I didn't invite the FBI here to let them make their own way around town.

Spencer Reid: We really appreciate it.

Owen Kim: I can't thank you guys enough for conducting the seminar.

Jason Gideon: Well, don't hesitate to call if there's anything we can help with. You got it?

Spencer Reid: Yeah!

Owen Kim: Kim here… Great… Yeah, I'll be there as soon as I drop the FBI agents at LAX

Jason Gideon: Everything all right?

Owen Kim: Double murder at a Hollywood bungalow. A celebrity. A young movie star Natalie Ryan and her fiancé, apparently shot to death… It's gonna be a major pain in the ass. You guys care to take a quick look before I drive you to the airport? It's on the way.

Jason Gideon: Absolutely.

———–

Spencer Reid: No sign of forced entry.

Jason Gideon: Same weapon.

Spencer Reid: The girl was shot execution style. Once in the head. The male three times in the torso.

Jason Gideon: So you have 2 different MOs.

Owen Kim: We have an image on the video surveillance camera. Looks like a messenger of some kind wearing a motorcycle helmet. He's unidentifiable.

Spencer Reid: There's no sign of struggle between the girl and the unsub from the door to the couch. He most likely forced her at gunpoint.

Jason Gideon: He told her to trust him. "Do what I say. I won't hurt you."

Owen Kim: Fatal mistake.

Spencer Reid: He asked her to sit on the couch and then... Shot her in the head.

Jason Gideon: Fiancé wasn't expected, his killing's messier, it's... Less controlled, it's less organized. What do you think?

Owen Kim: I've had a couple other cases recently. Past few months. Same type of weapon. 22 caliber handgun. Both shot in the head. The first was an established film producer. Wally Melman. And the second was Chloe Harris, another young actress... But not as well known as Natalie here.

Spencer Reid: Any forensic evidence?

Owen Kim: No. The guys have been going through this place all morning and haven't come up with anything.

Jason Gideon: So he clearly knows how to cover his tracks.

Owen Kim: Like a professional hit man?

Jason Gideon: Maybe.

Spencer Reid: Gideon, there are people actually taking photographs of us from the next yard.

Owen Kim: Welcome to L.A.!

Jason Gideon: 22's are small but efficient. They bounce around inside a person like a pinball.

Spencer Reid: Preferred weapon of the mafia. You know, there's no obvious sexual component to these crimes, which is usually the case with serial murders.

Owen Kim: So are thinking this is a serial killer?

Jason Gideon: It's certainly a series of murders, we don't know enough yet to call them serial.

Owen Kim: Would you consider hanging out in L.A. a little while, let me lean on your expertise until we do figure out what we've got?

Jason Gideon: Yeah. Just cancel our flights. We'll have the rest of our team out here ASAP.

———–

Derek Morgan: First 2 victims: Wally Melman, Chloe Harris. Both killed in public places.

Jennifer Jareau: Chloe was killed while walking her dog on the beach in Santa Monica which she did every morning. And Wally was killed outside of a massage parlour.

Derek Morgan: In Culver city.

Elle Greenaway: Which he went to every Tuesday.

Derek Morgan: If he knows their schedules, maybe that means he follows his victims for a while.

Aaron Hotchner: And not a single witness. So we know this unsub can blend in. Regardless of the location, he has the ability to hide in plain sight.

Elle Greenaway: He's meticulous.

Jennifer Jareau: The media's calling Natalie Ryan's murder the biggest celebrity homicide since Sharon Tate.

Elle Greenaway: What does that mean for us?

Aaron Hotchner: That everybody will be watching.

———–

Owen Kim: This guy is an assassin?

Derek Morgan: When you look at the victimolgy, there's no obvious links. All the kills are clean except in the instance of the last victim, Jeremy Collins.

Elle Greenaway: There's absolutely no evidence left at the crime scene. There's no DNA, no manifestation of psycho-sexual release, and there's no detectable signature of any kind.

Jason Gideon: Remember, our profiles are formulated not just by what's present at the scene but, also what's absent.

Elle Greenaway: From all the evidence that we've gathered, we believe that you're looking for a type-4 assassin.

Owen Kim: Type 4?

Spencer Reid: Type 1's are political assassins, like John Wilkes Booth. Type 2's are egocentrics looking for simple recognition.

Aaron Hotchner: Type 3's are psychopaths, cold-blooded killers who leave far messier scenes. And type 4, our unsub, suffers from a major mental disorder and is frequently delusional.

Spencer Reid: The closer we come to figuring out that delusion, the closer we'll get to finding the unsub.

Owen Kim: What's he going to be doing until we do?

Jason Gideon: Finding other victims.

Michael Ryer: Excuse me. Hi. Is there a detective Kim here?

Owen Kim: Right here.

Michael Ryer: You're heading the investigation into the Natalie Ryan murder?

Owen Kim: Yes...

Michael Ryer: My... I have a client. She's... Is there any place we could be private?

Owen Kim: We're all working this murder.

Michael Ryer: Well... She received a note, my client did, and she freaked out. I told her not to worry about it.

Derek Morgan: Where is the note?

Aaron Hotchner: Where's your client?

Michael Ryer: She's waiting in the other room.

Derek Morgan: Reid. Let's go.

———–

Spencer Reid: Lila. Hi.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: How well did you know Natalie Ryan?

Lila Archer: We spoke when we saw each other in public, but but we were never friends.

Aaron Hotchner: How about Wally Melman?

Lila Archer: What?

Elle Greenaway: Wally Melman. He's a producer who was killed a couple of months ago.

Lila Archer: The paper said that was a robbery the paper was wrong.

Aaron Hotchner: Did you know him?

Lila Archer: We met a few times about a project, but... I didn't get the part, they went a different way.

Elle Greenaway: Which way?

Lila Archer: He casts, another act... Oh, my god.

Spencer Reid: What is it?

Michael Ryer: He cast Natalie Ryan.

Derek Morgan: "You owe me."

Elle Greenaway: I guess that's one way to ice out the competition.

Michael Ryer: Don't look at me. I brought her into the police station.

Jason Gideon: Have you ever had a sense that someone is watching you? Following you?

Lila Archer: From the moment I get to work, I have: hair and make-up and wardrobe people, producers, writers, my agent, my manager, publicist. Not to mention photographer...

Michael Ryer: It's part of the life.

Jason Gideon: Anything seems odd, out of the ordinary? Happens on a regular basis or semi-regular basis?

Lila Archer: What do you mean?

Spencer Reid: Repetitive phone calls with hang ups, gifts left anonymously?

Lila Archer: I receive flowers on the seventh of each month. They just appear never a note, just... A plain glass bowl. Red anemones… My favourite.

Elle Greenaway: You don't want to know who they're from?

Michael Ryer: Celebrities get anonymous gifts all the time. She has fans, you know.

Jason Gideon: You remember meeting anyone on the seventh day of the month? Or in July, the seventh month of the year?

Lila Archer: No.

Aaron Hotchner: Wally Melman was a producer who considered hiring you, but didn't. And... Natalie was a rival.

Elle Greenaway: And Chloe Harris, she looks a lot like you, don't you think?

Lila Archer: Who?

Elle Greenaway: A potential rival.

Aaron Hotchner: She was murdered, too.

Lila Archer: So all these... People are being killed because of me?

Aaron Hotchner: It's possible.

Lila Archer: I'm sorry... I can't. I have to go.

———–

Spencer Reid: Lila! Lila. Lila.

Lila Archer: What's happening, Spencer?

Spencer Reid: It's still rather speculative, but it appears there's a delusional assassin who's killing people to help further your career. He probably started as a stalker, an erotomanic stalker. There's a psychopathology of the evolution of these types of stalkers. The fact that he's contacting you indicates that he believes you owe him something. This model frequently concludes itself to one of two possibilities: either the stalker will kill himself, or he'll kill the object of his affection.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: With this unsub, we're looking at a compound profile: a type-4 delusional assassin. With an erotomanic fixation on the actress Lila Archer.

Derek Morgan: Erotomanics are a form of stalker, who posses the delusional belief that another person, usually of a higher social status, is in love with them.

Elle Greenaway: In the United States, at any given time, there are over 200,000 people being stalked. Our Unsub is having a fantasy love affair with Lila Archer. The way John Hinkley did with Jodie Foster.

Aaron Hotchner: Miss Archer was not aware of her stalker until yesterday. He wasn't trying to impress her. He was more like an unwanted, very violent guardian angel.

Jason Gideon: When the stalk feels as if they've been in some way betrayed by their love object, this often leads to violence against the target.

Spencer Reid: In the case of John Robert Bardo when actress Rebecca Schaeffer took a role where she had to have a sexual relationship with another character, too enough to force him to snap and seek her out to kill her.

Aaron Hotchner: Those stalkers can be either male or female. It's most likely we're looking for a single male, a loner, in his late twenties to early forties. Very intelligent, with ample time to follow his victim and study her habits.

Spencer Reid: As of yet, the Unsub has not directed any violence towards Miss Archer. But he has shifted his focus from those around her to her directly.

Jason Gideon: This doesn't preclude the fact that anyone, who has the vaguest association with Miss Archer is a potential target.

———–

Michael Ryer: I love you, you're my favourite client.

Lila Archer: No.

Michael Ryer: I haven't asked you anything yet.

Lila Archer: I'm not stopping my life.

Michael Ryer: You could stay with me.

Lila Archer: No.

Michael Ryer: A hotel? Just until the police say you're safe?

Lila Archer: Michael!

Michael Ryer: You know I worry.

Lila Archer: Bye, Michael.

Michael Ryer: Okay. call me... Lots. Kisses… Hello. Good-bye. I'm leaving.

Lila Archer: Hey, Mags.

Maggie Lowe: He's an odd guy.

Lila Archer: Yeah, but who isn't a little odd out here?

Maggie Lowe: Well, that's for sure. Look, we're ready to rehearse scene 43 and... This was taped to your trailer door.

Lila Archer: Thanks, hon.

———–

Jason Gideon: I'm intrigued by this particular version of the verb "to be."

Spencer Reid: Past participle.

Jason Gideon: Steady state of being, preceding adverb.

Spencer Reid: "Always."

Owen Kim: In English?

Spencer Reid: That is English, actually. We're discussing the verb tenses.

Derek Morgan: Reid.

Jason Gideon: Our stalker sounds like someone she knows.

Spencer Reid: Based on the tense of the verb.

Derek Morgan: Maybe it's time to get her off the street.

Spencer Reid: There's been no physical threat to her. She might be... Safe just staying put as opposed to anywhere else.

Lila Archer: I'm standing right here, guys.

Jason Gideon: If we did remove you, we'd have to take you to an undisclosed location I'm sure your stalker knows where you live.

Lila Archer: I'm not having the whole show close down. I only need one more scene to shoot. Last night I decided I wasn't gonna be afraid of this lunatic. Am I safe here?

Owen Kim: The set's cleared of everyone except essential personnel, and we have increased security at the gate.

Maggie Lowe: Lila, they're ready for you.

Lila Archer: I'm staying at work, gentlemen.

Derek Morgan: Well, she's one tough girl.

Spencer Reid: Yeah.

Jason Gideon: I didn't want to say anything in front of her, his anger about her going to the police suggests he might alter his agenda.

Derek Morgan: It's typical for a stalker.

Jason Gideon: She didn't go alone to the police.

Spencer Reid: Her manager took her.

Jason Gideon: You and Reid stay here. Keep an eye on her.

Owen Kim: I'll hang back, too.

Derek Morgan: Where you going?

Jason Gideon: Talk to her manager.

———–

Spencer Reid: Sorry if I was... Insensitive last night.

Lila Archer: You're only doing your job, right?

Spencer Reid: Yeah.

Lila Archer: Then there's no need to apologize… You don't mind sharing with me, do you?

Spencer Reid: No.

Derek Morgan: You don't mind sharing with me, do you?

Spencer Reid: Shut up.

Derek Morgan: Go get'em, lover.

———–

Elle Greenaway: Hello?

Aaron Hotchner: Mr. Ryer?

Elle Greenaway: Michael...

Aaron Hotchner: Up until now, every victim was a person who could be perceived as a threat to ms. Archer.

Elle Greenaway: But Michael wa a friend!

Jason Gideon: He was a threat to the stalker...

———–

Jason Gideon: Get Lila to a safe house.

Spencer Reid: She's still on set working, did you meet up with her manager?

Jason Gideon: Reid, take her home, have her pack some things.

Spencer Reid: What's going on?

Jason Gideon: We were too late.

Spencer Reid: She's gonna be devastated.

Jason Gideon: I know. JJ's keeping it out of the press for now. Let's not tell her yet.

Spencer Reid: Not tell her?

Jason Gideon: No, not yet. We need her to cooperate with us... In order to protect her.  I'll talk to you later.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: You gonna take her of the street?

Jason Gideon: I'm gonna completely deny him access. Won't even give him a glimpse of her.

Aaron Hotchner: Hopefully, that'll bring him out of the woodwork.

Jason Gideon: Hopefully.

———–

Spencer Reid: Yeah. No, we're pulling up right now… There's a marked car out front. Yeah. Got it. I'll check it out.

Lila Archer: Is everything ok?

Spencer Reid: I just need to run through some security measures with you.

Lila Archer: All right.

———–

Elle Greenaway: Gideon, you better take a look at these… Morgan, it's Elle.

Derek Morgan: Yeah.

Elle Greenaway: We found a manila envelope on Michael Ryer's desk. It's full of photos.

Derek Morgan: Okay.

Elle Greenaway: Well, they're candid shots os Lila Archer nude. I'm guessing he's probably paying someone off to keep them out of press.

Derek Morgan: Do we know who?

Elle Greenaway: The name on the envelope was Joe Martinez.

Owen Kim: The paparazzo?

Derek Morgan: You know him?

Owen Kim: Yeah, I dealt with him a lot.

Derek Morgan: Elle, we're on it.

———–

Spencer Reid: I like your house.

Lila Archer: I rent it.

Spencer Reid: Nice. You should also probably change all your phone numbers.

Lila Archer: I'm unlisted.

Spencer Reid: Anytime you call an 800 number or an 888 number, your phone number's put into a databank that's been sold to telemarketers. If someone get your cell phone number, they can go on line and research all your records.

Lila Archer: Hanging out with you can be really depressing.

Spencer Reid: You should also probably carry a piece of paper and a pen with you wherever you go in case you see any suspicious license plates that often reappear.

Lila Archer: Photographic collage. I like it because it's like life, you know? You know, like obscure, difficult.

Spencer Reid: You should also get a dog. Like a guard dog of some sort.

Lila Archer: Allergic. Earl grey or chamomile?

Spencer Reid: What? What?

Lila Archer: Do you want some tea?

Spencer Reid: Yes, yes, sure.

———–

Derek Morgan: FBI! Martinez! It's clear.

Owen Kim: See? This guy's a real scumbag.

Derek Morgan: You got that right… What's this?

Owen Kim: It's a call sheet. It's a shooting schedule for a film or television show.

Derek Morgan: That's Lila's show.

Owen Kim: Yeah.

Derek Morgan: He's not supposed to have that?

Owen Kim: No… Look at that.

Derek Morgan: That's Reid.

Owen Kim: There's a whole bunch of them. He a target now?

Derek Morgan: Not if I can help it. Let's go.

———–

Derek Morgan: Reid, it's Morgan, listen to me. You gotta watch your back over there, we found a bunch of close-up photos of you at this guy Joseph Martinez's studio. It looks like he could be the Unsub. He had a ton of photos of Lila and Natalie, plus a call sheet for Lila's show. We're on our way right now, but I need you to be real careful until we get there, all right? All right… You're hit?

Owen Kim: Yeah, it's just my shoulder.

Derek Morgan: All right, I'm calling for help. Officer down, we need an ambulance in La Brea and Wilshire!

———–

Jason Gideon: How are we doing?

Derek Morgan: He'll make it. Caught one in the shoulder and shattered his collarbone.

Jennifer Jareau: Are you okay?

Derek Morgan: I'm fine.

Jason Gideon: No sign of this Martinez, the photographer?

Derek Morgan: No.

Jason Gideon: Whoever took a shot at you followed you from the set.

Derek Morgan: Martinez has a bunch of paperwork in his studio that says where Lila's gonna be every day.

Jason Gideon: Gideon… That's what I thought. Thanks. Garcia's gone through every article written about Lila. She never says anything about red anemones being her favourite flower.

Elle Greenaway: We're looking for someone pretty close to her.

Derek Morgan: This list gets shorter every day.

Jason Gideon: He's circling in. We need to get to her house.

Jennifer Jareau: I'll make sure the press doesn't get out of hand with this mess.

———–

Lila Archer: Feel anything yet?

Spencer Reid: There's something definitely appealing about this one.

Lila Archer: It's a start.

Spencer Reid: What are you doing?

Lila Archer: Going for a swim.

Spencer Reid: What? No, Lila! Lila, you cannot do this.

Lila Archer: Five minutes. Go get a suit in the house.

Spencer Reid: What? No! I don't wanna grab a suit. Are you kidding me? No!

Lila Archer: Join me.

Spencer Reid: No, I'm not gonna join you.

Lila Archer: Why not?

Spencer Reid: You're being pursued by a psychotic killer who shoots people in the head!

Lila Archer: I'm not gonna stop living my life. I'm just not.

Spencer Reid: Lila, I'm begging of you. Will you please get out of the pool?

Lila Archer: Really, Spence, you should live a little.

Spencer Reid: Live a little? I've known you 48 hours, I feel like I've already aged 10 years.

Lila Archer: I can't be that bad.

Spencer Reid: Yes. No, you are that bad.

Lila Archer: Fine, can you help me out at least?

Spencer Reid: Yes, very funny. Laugh it up, Lila. Hilarious. My gun's wet. So great… My clothes.

Lila Archer: You should have worn the suit.

Spencer Reid: This is completely inappropriate.

Lila Archer: This? What's this?

Spencer Reid: This isn't... No, there's this thing called transference.

Lila Archer: You don't like me?

Spencer Reid: What?

Lila Archer: You don't like me.

Spencer Reid: No, are you cra... I do!

Lila Archer: I like you too.

Spencer Reid: Just I'm a federal agent, you know, and I'm supposed to protect you.

Lila Archer: Then keep me close.

Spencer Reid: I'm just, I'm a little bit worried. You know, we're... We're in a pool, and it's a... We're pretty much exposed.

Lila Archer: We have cops. We have cops posted out front. There are coyotes out back… And right here it's just... You and me.

Spencer Reid: Stop. I'm sorry. I have to... I have to tell you something.

Lila Archer: What?

Spencer Reid: I didn't want to tell you this before cause I was a bit worried. I don't know how to say it, but I can't not tell you.

Lila Archer: What is it?

Spencer Reid: Your manager, Michael...

Lila Archer: What?

Spencer Reid: Gideon went to check on him, but... He got there too late… Lila.

Lila Archer: How could you… How could you not tell me?

Spencer Reid: I was afraid you'd be upset.

Lila Archer: You... You knew what you knew, and... How could you not...

Spencer Reid: I'm so sorry.

Lila Archer: Don't. Don't touch me. Don't touch me.

———–

Derek Morgan: Give me a reason.

———–

Elle Greenaway: Well, we found him in the bushes.

Spencer Reid: I told her she should cut those… I fell in.

Elle Greenaway: Yeah, and I'm sure there's plenty of photos of it.

Joseph Martinez: Stop shoving me, man.

Derek Morgan: You're a suspect in the murder of Wally Melman, Natalie Ryan, and Jeremy Collins.

Joseph Martinez: Murder? what?

Derek Morgan: Shut up! We know for a fact that you have hundreds of photographs of Lila Archer and Natalie Ryan on the walls of your studio. You have miss Archer's daily schedule on your desk. You've been stalking her.

Joseph Martinez: Look, guy. Hold up. Every parazzo's a celebrity stalker. If you don't stalk'em, you don't get the shot. If you don't make the shot, you don't sell no pictures.

Elle Greenaway: Well, this one is gonna cost you.

Joseph Martinez: What! No. That's just wrong.

Derek Morgan: Tell it to your lawyer.

Joseph Martinez: I'm still being locked up?

Derek Morgan: That's right. Very least, you're trespassing. Let's go.

Elle Greenaway: You're welcome.

———–

Spencer Reid: Are you still... Are you okay?

Lila Archer: Michael was like family.

Spencer Reid: I'm so sorry.

Lila Archer: It's just... So hard to trust people out here. You don't know who to believe. Everybody wants something from you. That's why I thought you were different.

Spencer Reid: I know I should have told you.

Jason Gideon: I told him not to. He was only following my orders.

Lila Archer: You know... The last time I was able to fully trust someone was at Julliard… Before I was... A somebody.

Spencer Reid: Julliard… And didn't you say you used to live on Houston street?

Lila Archer: What?

Spencer Reid: You were a waitress. You lived on Houston.

Lila Archer: Yeah.

Spencer Reid: I need to take this thing apart.

Lila Archer: What?

Spencer Reid: I'll put it back. I think I see images of you. Guys.

———–

Derek Morgan: Lila, it looks like someone's been stalking you for years.

Elle Greenaway: Yeah, this tells your whole life story. Movie premieres, theater playbills.

Spencer Reid: Everything since college.

Lila Archer: That's our country house. Right here.

Derek Morgan: Who gave you this collage?

Lila Archer: He did.

Derek Morgan: This guy? Who is he?

Spencer Reid: That's the guy I went to High School with. Parker Dunley.

Derek Morgan: Garcia: Parker Dunley. E- mail me a sheet on him, all right?

———–

Pinky Robertson: Look who's here.

Jason Gideon: Where's parker?

Pinky Robertson: I don't even get a hello?

Jason Gideon: Where is he?

Pinky Robertson: Guess that follows since I... I never got a good-bye… Parker!

Elle Greenaway: Friend of yours?

Jason Gideon: No.

Parker Dunley: How could I help? Spencer's friend, right?

Jason Gideon: Yes. Did you give Lila Archer a collage?

Parker Dunley: What?

Derek Morgan: There's a photographic collage above Lila Archer's sofa. She says you gave it to her.

Parker Dunley: So?

Derek Morgan: So it has your face hidden all over it.

Parker Dunley: I didn't make the damn thing.

Jason Gideon: So you... Just happened to give her a work of art that contains most of her life in it?

Parker Dunley: No… No.

Derek Morgan: If there's something you aren't saying, now would be a real good time to say it.

Parker Dunley: All right…. All right, I lied.

Elle Greenaway: What about?

Parker Dunley: I just wanted her to like me. I met her here. She was a fan of art, I figured if there was hip, young stars coming into the gallery, it would help business.

Derek Morgan: What was the lie?

Parker Dunley: Someone gave me the piece to give to her, but I told her it was from me. I said I found it and I thought she'd love it.

Derek Morgan: And who gave it to you?

Parker Dunley: Her name's Maggie Lowe. She... She works on Lila's show. She said she went to college with Li. She's like a... P.A. or A.D. or some acronym. She wanted to make sure that Lila got the collage, but she didn't want Lila to know that she gave it to her. She said to say that it was from a secret admirer. But I told her it was from me.

Jason Gideon: I have a name. Maggie Lowe. She's the Unsub. She's on Lila's show. We're on our way.

———–

Spencer Reid: Lila, do you know someone named Maggie Lowe?

Lila Archer: Mags? Yeah, of course I know her. I've known her for years. I got her a job on my show.

Spencer Reid: What?

Lila Archer: That's her calling right now.

Spencer Reid: Is she calling from a cell phone?

Lila Archer: Yeah.

Spencer Reid: Lila, we think Maggie's the Unsub.

Lila Archer: The what?

Spencer Reid: The stalker.

Lila Archer: No way.

Spencer Reid: Answer the phone.

Lila Archer: That's... That's crazy.

Spencer Reid: Answer the phone, act completely natural. The longer you keep her on the line, the more we'll be able to trace the call. Trust me.

———–

Lila Archer: Hello? Hello, Maggie? Maggie, is that you? What's wrong?

———–

Penelope Garcia: Oracle of Quantico, speak if you deign to hear truth.

Spencer Reid: Garcia, I need an emergency trace on a cell phone call to Lila Archer's cell phone.

Penelope Garcia: Sure, go ahead.

Spencer Reid: 3-2-3-5-5-5-0-1-2-9.

Penelope Garcia: Okay, keep her talking. Keep her talking.

———–

Lila Archer: Maggie?

Maggie Lowe: I am so tired Lila.

Lila Archer: Tired?

Maggie Lowe: There's been so much upset, in the world really. I think it's just so tragic. All of it… I miss you. I just do.

Lila Archer: Mags. I saw you today.

Maggie Lowe: It's never gonna be the same as it was. It's just never gonna be the same.

Lila Archer: I don't know what you're talking about.

Maggie Lowe: I'm talking about that time in college. When the heat in your apartment was off and the two of us stayed in my dorm room. Don't you remember? You were playing Ophelia on the main stage.

Lila Archer: I remember.

Maggie Lowe: That was the happiest time of my life.

Lila Archer: Maggie... Sweetheart, that was only for a weekend.

Maggie Lowe: The happiest time, and you don't know anything about me at all. And I did everything for you.

———–

Penelope Garcia: Reid, is Lila's address 6028 Pike street?

Spencer Reid: Yeah.

Penelope Garcia: She's calling from inside the house. I'll get you some backup.

———–

Spencer Reid: Lila… How is she in the house?

Lila Archer: She has keys.

———–

Maggie Lowe: Why'd you have to bring these people here? Put down the gun.

Spencer Reid: Maggie.

Maggie Lowe: Don't call me Maggie. You don't know me. Come on, Lila. Let's go. We really got to go, baby. Come on.

Spencer Reid: Maggie, don't hurt her. You don't need to hurt her.

Maggie Lowe: You don't know anything. I would never... Do anything to hurt you. No. I created you.

Lila Archer: No, you didn't.

Maggie Lowe: Yes, I did. I know I did. God. You stupid, ungrateful... God! I can't believe that I loved you.

Spencer Reid: Maggie, she... She loves me, now.

Maggie Lowe: What?

Spencer Reid: She told me so. We were in the pool, she kissed me. Now she loves me, okay?

Maggie Lowe: No.

Spencer Reid: Tell her we kissed in the pool.

Maggie Lowe: No!

Lila Archer: Yes, we kissed.

Maggie Lowe: God!

Spencer Reid: Don't move.

Maggie Lowe: Please kill me. Come on, shoot me please. I'd be so much, happier. Please. Please! Come on.

Spencer Reid: We're gonna get you help.

———–

Derek Morgan: Back up, let's go.

Becka Doyle: Darling, E- scape wants to do a segment on you this evening on the stalking event. I told them yes.

Lila Archer: Why'd you do that?

Becka Doyle: It's okay. It's gonna be fine. The hair and makeup people are coming in 10 minutes. There's also talk about 60 minutes.

Lila Archer: This kind of publicity makes me really uncomfortable.

Becka Doyle: Don't be ridiculous, I'm talking about performing a public service, all right? Stalking is a major problem in this country. It's good, it's good. I got to take this.

Spencer Reid: Looks like... You're gonna be pretty busy.

Lila Archer: I wish... Things had been... More normal when we had met.

Spencer Reid: Lila, believe me when I say this. I've never known a normal day in my entire life.

Derek Morgan: Hey, Reid. Come on, we got to move.

Spencer Reid: Gotcha.

Lila Archer: Well, if I'm ever in Washington, and I were to give you a call, that would be okay?

Spencer Reid: Yeah, I'd like that a lot.

Lila Archer: I don't want to intrude.

Spencer Reid: No, not at all.

Jason Gideon: Reid, sorry, we're waiting.

Becka Doyle: Lila! Lila, we gotta go.

Lila Archer: And I don't know when you're gonna be back here, the next time you're in Los Angeles, if you'll be fit for time.

Becka Doyle: Lila, we got to go.

———–

Jason Gideon: Bernard Shaw once said, "An American has no sense of privacy. He does not know what it means. There is no such thing in the country."

———–

Derek Morgan: Good night, Hollywood!

Spencer Reid: Come on, man.

Derek Morgan: You know, Reid, you're lucky they didn't get a shot of you next to the pool trying to draw your gun. You looked like a wet rat… I was playing.

Spencer Reid: Did you know that... She... I kissed her in the pool? It's so weird. It doesn't even... Feel like it really happened, you know?

Derek Morgan: Sure, sure. She's a beautiful young actress.

Spencer Reid: Yeah. I kept explaining to her about transference and the fact that, she probably only liked me because I was there to protect her.

Derek Morgan: Reid. You were her hero.

Spencer Reid: I wanted to think that.

Derek Morgan: No, no. Don't go selling yourself short, kid. You took down an armed subject without firing a shot. You saved her life. That's pretty much a hero in my book.

Spencer Reid: Let me ask you this. Have you ever... Crossed the professional boundaries with a... A victim of a case you were working on?

Derek Morgan: No.

Spencer Reid: It's pretty bad, right?

Derek Morgan: There are some things you can't control even with that big old brain of yours. No harm, no foul… Let it go.

Spencer Reid: Hey, Morgan? Has there ever been... A girl that you wanted to be with for more than, you know, not just one night?

Derek Morgan: Excuse me?

Spencer Reid: I've never seen you with the same girl twice.

Derek Morgan: Are you calling me a dog?

Spencer Reid: No, no. No. Not at all. I'm just... I'm just trying to figure out if... This feeling I have is ever gonna go away.

Derek Morgan: Reid, what we do for a living, it takes up all our time. And a relationship's hard enough even in the same city.

Spencer Reid: So, I mean, you're saying it's probably wise that I don't call her, right?

Derek Morgan: I can't answer that one for you. Hey, I'll tell you what I do know. You don't need to come up with that answer tonight… I'm out.

Spencer Reid: Have a good weekend.

Derek Morgan: Yeah, you too, Romeo.

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