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#120 : Un tueur sans visage

Scénaristes : Erica Messer et Debra J. Ficher
Réalisateur : Felix Enrique Alcala

Toute l'équipe dirigée par l'agent Hotchner met un point d'honneur à arrêter un meurtrier en série qui s'est enfui en changeant son apparence physique. Pour cela, ils partent tous à Tampa, le long de la côte du Golfe du Mexique en Floride, afin d'aider les autorités à arrêter cette tuerie au plus vite.

> En plus : les photos promotionnelles


3.63 - 8 votes

Titre VO
Charm and Harm

Titre VF
Un tueur sans visage

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"That, right there, is a yes, baby!"-Funny Derek Morgan -Criminal Minds-1x20

"That, right there, is a yes, baby!"-Funny Derek Morgan -Criminal Minds-1x20


Criminal Minds - Season 1, Episode 20 (1x20) - Alexander Graham Bell

Criminal Minds - Season 1, Episode 20 (1x20) - Alexander Graham Bell


Criminal Minds 1x20 - Garcia and Hotch

Criminal Minds 1x20 - Garcia and Hotch


Criminal Minds 1x20 - Morgan is a slob

Criminal Minds 1x20 - Morgan is a slob


Criminal Minds 1x20 - Garcia on speaker

Criminal Minds 1x20 - Garcia on speaker


Criminal Minds 1x20 'Charm and Harm' Promo

Criminal Minds 1x20 'Charm and Harm' Promo


Criminal Minds 1x20 - Reid got a lot to learn

Criminal Minds 1x20 - Reid got a lot to learn


Plus de détails


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 :
   - Mark Totty ... Raymond McCarthy
   - Robert Pine ... Doug Gregory
   - Andy Comeau ... Mark Gregory
   - Michael Catlin ... Hank Blomberg
   - Alicia Ziegler ... Allyson
   - Joey Honsa ... Kelly Dalton
   - Trary Maddalone ... Jenna Alban

Mark Gregory: Scotch. That's what we're missing. The smooth, smoky flavour of a single barrel scotch with a juicy porterhouse… I was really hoping you'd get your appetite back. You're gonna need to eat. You're gonna need your strength.


Elle Greenaway: What?

Derek Morgan: We've only been here an hour. You've made 2 calls.

Elle Greenaway: And?

Derek Morgan: You hate the phone, Elle.

Elle Greenaway: I don't hate the phone.

Spencer Reid: Actually, you do. Did you know that Alexander Graham Bell and Eli Gray simultaneously invented electronic sound transmission devices? It came down to a race betwixt the two.

Elle Greenaway: Yeah, and Bell beat Gray to the patent office by a matter of hours… Common knowledge.

Derek Morgan: Why are you acting so weird?

Elle Greenaway: We're sitting with a guy who knows that there are 800 kernels of corn on the average cob...

Spencer Reid: Ranged in 16 separate rows.

Elle Greenaway: And you're calling me weird?

Derek Morgan: I knew it. You got a boyfriend.

Elle Greenaway: You are basing this on what exactly, that I don't like the phone? You've been a profiler for how long, Derek, and that's-That's weak.

Jennifer Jareau: What's weak?

Spencer Reid: Morgan thinks Elle has a boyfriend.

Elle Greenaway: No.

Derek Morgan: You just denied it.

Jennifer Jareau: Do you?

Elle Greenaway: It's more fun not to answer that question.

Derek Morgan: That right there is a yes, baby. I knew it. I told you.

Spencer Reid: She doesn't want to admit to anything, man.

Derek Morgan: Reid, trust me. You've got a lot to learn.


Jennifer Jareau: FBI Tampa has been investigating a series of murders over the past 2 months along Florida's central golf coast.

Jason Gideon: I consulted with the sac down there. They had a strong lead.

Jennifer Jareau: And DNA evidence. All 4 women were killed by this man Mark Gregory.

Spencer Reid: If they know who he is, he's not really an unsub. Why are they calling us?

Jennifer Jareau: They weren't able to arrest him before he disappeared.

Aaron Hotchner: They let a serial killer get away? How long has he been missing?

Jennifer Jareau: About 36 hours, along with this woman… Nicole Wegener.

Aaron Hotchner: What do we know out the other victims?

Jennifer Jareau: They were all abducted within a 60 Mile radius, tortured and then drowned in hotel bathtubs. They were all found a couple of days after they were reported missing.

Derek Morgan: Same geographical area, and he's killing in hotels instead of private, controlled environments.

Elle Greenaway: He can pay for privacy in a hotel room.

Spencer Reid: Let's just hope he's not heading for Orlando. It's second only to Las Vegas in the number of hotel rooms.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, knowing who he is is certainly part of the equation, but it's a long way from knowing where he is.

Derek Morgan: A serial killer who's been sussed out and is on the loose, he's got 2 choices. He's either hiding or, worse, he's on the run.

Aaron Hotchner: And if Gregory feels like he's got nothing to loose...

Jason Gideon: He's got the whole country ahead of him.


Jason Gideon: The French philosopher Voltaire wrote, "There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts."


Jennifer Jareau: This is everything the Tampa office has on Mark Gregory. He's a single white man, 38 years old. Graduated from FSU. Started his own real estate company with a business partner 5 years ago. He frequently travels for work around the country, sometimes overseas. Just last year he purchased a very lavish home in Sarasota.

Derek Morgan: What was he doing before he got into real estate?

Jennifer Jareau: It says he raced cars after college, even worked as a chef at a French restaurant.

Elle Greenaway: Jack of all trades.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, he's plenty mastered. He worked as a staff photographer for a couple of magazines along the central coast before transitioning to work with models in Miami.

Spencer Reid: It's strange so many serial killers make a hobby of photography. It must have something to do with the act of voyeurism.

Derek Morgan: What about his bank accounts and credit cards?

Jennifer Jareau: They seized everything after he disappeared 36 hours ago.

Elle Greenaway: So when he uses his credit cards or goes to his house or work, then they've got him.

Jason Gideon: I heard enough about Mark Gregory. I wanna hear about his victims.


Aaron Hotchner: Gregory used different forms of torture with each one. Choking, burning, suspension, and beating. Drowning was the only constant.

Spencer Reid: They were all classified as "wet drownings," Which means the victim was alive when they were submerged. They could feel their lungs filling up with water. It's an extremely painful way to die.

Jennifer Jareau: Why would he take the time? They were barely alive after all the torture.

Aaron Hotchner: Drowning's a form of torture, too, and it's all part of the signature.

Raymond McCarthy: SSA Raymond McCarthy.

Jason Gideon: SSA son Gideon. We spoke on the phone.

Raymond McCarthy: Sorry for the temporary setup. We wanted you closer to where Mark Gregory lives. Please continue.

Spencer Reid: We were just discussing drowning as a cleansing ritual.

Derek Morgan: If we look back into Gregory's childhood, we may find what he needs to purge.

Raymond McCarthy: You think that's the best use of our time? We're itching to find this guy. He got away on our watch.

Aaron Hotchner: By studying his behaviour as a child, it helps us understand why he does what he does.

Jason Gideon: You know everything about this killer except why he does it. So the further we go back, the further ahead of him we might get.

Derek Morgan: Were you able to connect Gregory to all 4 victims?

Raymond McCarthy: He had a previous relationship with the first woman he killed.

Elle Greenaway: We can look into that as the possible stressor.

Raymond McCarthy: The second and third were acquaintances from business deals. The fourth worked at a restaurant the same time he did.

Aaron Hotchner: What's his connection to the missing girl?

Raymond McCarthy: We can't find anything. Gregory's big news in Florida. When do we hold a press conference to alert the entire country?

Jennifer Jareau: Hopefully we'll find Gregory before we have to.

Jason Gideon: So if we split up, we'll cover more ground. Does he still have family in the area?

Raymond McCarthy: His dad's close by.

Jason Gideon: Why don't we start from the present and work our way backwards. Reid and I will go to Gregory's house.

Aaron Hotchner: Elle and I will talk with business partner, Hank Bloomberg.

Jennifer Jareau: I'll comb through some of the evidence here.

Derek Morgan: Garcia's gonna want an update. I'll catch up with her.

Jason Gideon: Good. Let's meet back here in 2 hours. If he's following his previous pattern, We have less than 12 hours to find Nicole Wegener alive.


Aaron Hotchner: Mr. Bloomberg.

Hank Bloomberg: Yes.

Aaron Hotchner: Agents Hotchner and Greenaway, FBI.

Hank Bloomberg: I've already talked to the police.

Elle Greenaway: We're from the behavioural analysis unit, and I'm sure we'll have some different questions.

Aaron Hotchner: We're looking for some insight into Mark Gregory's behaviour right before the killing started. Things you might not think are important could actually be helpful.

Hank Bloomberg: I don't know why he disappeared. You sure you've got the right guy?

Elle Greenaway: Usually when someone takes off, it gives us reason to be suspicious.

Hank Bloomberg: Well, I've never noticed any odd behaviour. We've worked together for 5 years. I've known him for 10… He helped coach my son's soccer league this past fall. He's my best friend.

Elle Greenaway: What about his relationship with women?

Hank Bloomberg: Mark's the consummate ladies man. He always had a different woman on his arm. Never had a problem getting a date.

Aaron Hotchner: Dating doesn't do it for him. He likes to torture and drown them. What do you know about his history with women?

Hank Bloomberg: He was married once in his early 20s. Swore he'd never do it again.

Elle Greenaway: Did you know her?

Hank Bloomberg: No. It was before i met him.

Elle Greenaway: Do you know if she's still in the area?

Hank Bloomberg: Wait minute. You think he did something to his ex-Wife?

Elle Greenaway: We're looking for at we call a "stressor," What could have made him lose it. We have to look into all the possibilities. If we need to ask you any more questions, we'll find you.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you… I bet Gregory's been killing a lot longer than we think, long before he disappeared.


Spencer Reid: This is a really large house with hardly any furniture.

Jason Gideon: Typical bachelor pad. Large sofa, big-Screen TV, white walls.

Spencer Reid: I noticed a luxury car in the garage, but it's at least 10 years old.

Jason Gideon: Where are the dogs?


Spencer Reid: Gideon, check this out. This guy's got, like, 20 different suits. Some Italian. Some taylor. Some leisure suits. He's got a mechanic's uniform. Wide assortment of watches and wallets. Approximately 20 different pairs of shoes.

Jason Gideon: Take a look at all these driver licenses. He can start his own DMV. Feed those to Garcia. Travels around the country to buy and sell different properties. Probably reinvents himself with each deal he makes.

Spencer Reid: Plays a different role.

Jason Gideon: Dresses up to impress a rich investor and dresses down for a poor farmer.

Spencer Reid: This guy's a chameleon. He can adapt to any situation. From the outside, this house seems clean and shiny. But it's like all for show, like it's a facade to hide what's really going on.

Jason Gideon: Drawerful of catalogs. Uniforms for law enforcement, construction, janitorial, military. What do you think he needs these for?

Spencer Reid: Probably has something to do with this. Someone's trying to disguise himself.


Man: Room service. Room service.


Oscar: We received your call to pick up last night's dinner, Mr. Gregory.

Mark Gregory: Yes. Come in.

Oscar: Was everything ok?

Mark Gregory: My porterhouse was juicy and rare, just the way I like it. But my wife wasn't feeling very well. Hoping a hot bath will do the trick. Honey, how is everything in there? I guess pretty good. Thank you very much, Oscar.


Penelope Garcia: Angel Mark Gregory was such a bad boy.

Derek Morgan: How bad?

Penelope Garcia: Well, when he was a kid, he was caught peeking in a neighbour’s window.

Derek Morgan: I'm sure it gets worse, right?

Penelope Garcia: At the ripe age of 18, he-How do I put this delicately? Had an intense affection for ladies with learner's permits.

Derek Morgan: That sounds like statutory rape. I'm not surprised. You talk to Hotch?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. It turns out his marriage lasted only 23 days. Our boy's got serious commitment issues. And fret not, my sweet. That poor girl who married him is still out there somewhere. If she were dead, it would be easier to find her.

Derek Morgan: Well, it's a good thing 'cause we're gonna want to talk to her. Some of his deviant behaviour must've leaked into other parts of his life. At least she got out alive.


Jason Gideon: We found evidence at his house that he acclimates well to different surroundings. Possible disguises.

Aaron Hotchner: He's emptied his bank accounts and he's put his dogs in a kennel. We're certain he's left the area and he's not coming back. And since he's on the run, this classifies him as a "spree killer."

Spencer Reid: Usually this type of killer guided and random.

Elle Greenaway: "Guided" means that this killer stays In his particular geographic area or comfort zone until he breaks down.

Raymond McCarthy: That's why he killed the first 4 women in a 60-Mile radius.

Elle Greenaway: That's right. And we're hoping he's still there.

Derek Morgan: In the guided phase, they usually have a final destination in mind.

Aaron Hotchner: Like Edmund Kemper and Andrew Cunanan, They saved their most meaningful kills till last.

Spencer Reid: We should find out who that would be for Gregory. When the random phase begins, the kills seem to be without design. There's less time in between them. At that point, he's lost total control.

Elle Greenaway: And as he devolves, he's gonna take more victims and become less noticeable.

Raymond McCarthy: What does that mean?

Jason Gideon: In Gregory's case, his M.O. Is the torture. That would mean he will torture less and spend more time on the thing that gives him sexual release-drowning.

Aaron Hotchner: So it's very important that we find him while he's still in the comfort zone. After that, there's no telling where he'll be.

Jennifer Jareau: We'll get a release out to all the major networks. His face and possible disguises will be all over the country by dinnertime.

Aaron Hotchner: They just found the missing girl's body.

Derek Morgan: Close by?

Aaron Hotchner: No Georgia.

Derek Morgan: Come on now looks like we're going to Georgia.


Aaron Hotchner: Elle and Morgan just landed in Georgia. They'll be at the hotel in about 20 minutes.

Raymond McCarthy: So Florida's not his only comfort zone.

Aaron Hotchner: No. Apparently, he's set up businesses throughout the southern U.S.

Raymond McCarthy: Well, we have warnings along i-95 and i-10 in case he decides to travel along the gulf coast.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, now that he's crossed state lines, it's a nationwide search. He doesn't wanna get caught, so he'll probably alter his route and drive quieter roads.

Raymond McCarthy: We'll prepare for that, too.

Spencer Reid: These records indicate that he went to high school in 4 different states.

Jason Gideon: So they moved around a lot. Let's talk to his father, find out why.

Spencer Reid: Maybe he's revisiting places where he feels comfortable. The latest hotel records indicate that he checked in using his own name.

Raymond McCarthy: If he doesn't want us to catch him, what's he doing, taunting us?

Aaron Hotchner: No. Taunting would imply that this is some sort of game. It isn't. He's made it very clear that he has no intention of going back to his life as it was. This is a one-way trip.

Jason Gideon: There's DNA proving he's the offender. No point in covering his tracks now. That'll only slow him down.

Aaron Hotchner: And if he wanted us to catch him, he'd simply stop running. It's not likely. He's got 400 grand in cash.

Spencer Reid: That type of money he can charter a plane or buy a ticket to virtually anywhere in the world.

Jason Gideon: Well, he's not hiding. He's hunting.

Aaron Hotchner: Besides, driving works for him. It's anonymous, and he can cover a lot of territory. We should notify the Mexican and Canadian border patrols. He might try leave the U.S.

Jason Gideon: Let them know most spree kills end with suicide by cop. It could be how he plans on getting out of his mess.


Derek Morgan: Wow. Mark Gregory splurges on hotel rooms, doesn't he?

Elle Greenaway: Yeah. Great guy. He offers them a nice, warm robe right before he drowns them.

Derek Morgan: He spent a lot of time with Nicole Wegener. Picked her up in Tampa and drove her all the way to Georgia. But unlike his other victims, there's no type of relationship to link the two of them.

Elle Greenaway: A random victim with a whe life ahead of her. She was beautiful.

Derek Morgan: She was also a stranger. So it means he had to lure her somehow.

Elle Greenaway: "Mark Gregory, photographer."

Derek Morgan: So what if he preyed on this woman's vanity? He's a photographer. He offers her a professional modelling career.

Elle Greenaway: Well, if he has a legitimate web site and portfolio, the right credentials. Why wouldn't she trust him?

Derek Morgan: And a perfected ruse would explain how he was able to get her through the lobby of a 5-Star hotel with no one looking. It's just a matter of time before he finds himself another victim.


Aaron Hotchner: Hotchner.

Penelope Garcia: Who is your daddy?

Aaron Hotchner: I'm sorry?

Penelope Garcia: This has not been easy. This woman seriously covered her tracks.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you have the right number?

Penelope Garcia: Are you looking for Gregory's ex-wife?

Aaron Hotchner: You found her.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. Still in the sunshine state. Settled down in Bradenton.

Aaron Hotchner: We'll have her picked up.


Jenna Alban: I'm still in shock.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, it's understandable.

Jenna Alban: I'm more surprised that you found me. I paid a lot to have my past erased.

Aaron Hotchner: Are you saying you're not surprised that Mark is a serial killer?

Jenna Alban: I knew something was wrong. That's why we were only married for 3 weeks.

Aaron Hotchner: Have you been in hiding because you were afraid he would come after you?

Jenna Alban: He stalked me for a few years after the annulment. I had to disappear if i wanted to survive.

Aaron Hotchner: I know it was a long time ago, but what was life with him like?

Jenna Alban: Terrible. He was controlling, didn't trust me, insisted I was cheating on him with anyone, with everyone. I couldn't leave the house.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm sorry to dredge all this up, But you've definitely helped us understand him. He dated his first victim. And if she cheated on him, it may have been the thing that started him killing.


Doug Gregory: I still can't understand how my son could be responsible for this.

Spencer Reid: Your son's a narcissist with a split personality. He's able to gain his victim's trust before inflicting pain upon them. This is most likely derived from an incredible amount of self-Awareness.

Jason Gideon: Mark has mastered the art of manipulation. It only allows you to see his good side.

Doug Gregory: This is a nightmare.

Jason Gideon: Why won't you sit down, Mr. Gregory… You moved around a lot when Mark was growing up?

Doug Gregory: Mark never complained. I guess it's because he was always good at making friends. He fit in wherever we went.

Jason Gideon: We know he's been to Georgia.  Do you know where else he night go? Anyplace he loved to visit, anywhere he'd call home?

Doug Gregory: Well, we've lived here the longest. He would consider Florida home.

Jason Gideon: Mark's mother isn't in any photos.

Doug Gregory: Elizabeth died in a car accident.

Jason Gideon: I'm sorry.

Spencer Reid: How old was Mark when that happened?

Doug Gregory: 10.

Spencer Reid: Were they close?

Doug Gregory: She was his mother.

Spencer Reid: Typically, when a child loses a mother, he sees her as a victim, which, theoretically, he'd wanna protect women. More likely to lash out against the father, blaming men for needing punishment, but Mark didn't do that.

Jason Gideon: 'Cause you and Mark were close?

Doug Gregory: Yes.

Jason Gideon: Any reason he would have blamed his mother for her death? Was she drinking and driving, fell asleep at the wheel? Anything?

Doug Gregory: No. No, no. Nothing like that.

Spencer Reid: Maybe he blames her because he thinks she abandoned him.

Jason Gideon: Lost of a female figure could explain why he was a peeping tom in adolescence.

Doug Gregory: Are you telling me that young boys aren't curious?

Jason Gideon: Sure they're curious, but not all of 'em peek into windows. What about the statutory rape charge?

Doug Gregory: Aw, nah. Mark had just turned 18, and his girlfriend was 15. They were kids, for god sake. It was her parents that pressed charges.

Jason Gideon: Mark ever has to take responsibility for anything?

Doug Gregory: What are you saying? That being a protective parent has turned my child into a killer?

Jason Gideon: No. I'm saying you're making excuses. I'm not sure it did him any favours.


Mark Gregory: You're gonna be ok.


Aaron Hotchner: It looks like the first victim wasn't being unfaithful. She had a husband and was trying to keep it a secret.

Spencer Reid: Sounds like he found out.

Aaron Hotchner: There must have been something major in his past to trigger such an extreme reaction.

Spencer Reid: Maybe something with his parents' relationship had scarred him during childhood.

Penelope Garcia: Hey, guys, I found Mark Gregory's car at Atlanta international airport.

Raymond McCarthy: Pretty smart. There's a sea of cars at the airport.

Penelope Garcia: But he parked in short term and he got a ticket.

Aaron Hotchner: There must have been another reason for him to dump it there.

Spencer Reid: Guys, I know we ruled out flying, but it's hard to ignore the fact that his last known location was a place that literally had thousands of international flights a day.

Jason Gideon: Thousands of people. All possible victims.

Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, is it possible to run the face recognition software at the airport?

Penelope Garcia: I'm already on it. I went ahead and started with the security footage at the parking garage since we know he was in there.

Aaron Hotchner: Knowing what he looks like's got to be some advantage to us.

Penelope Garcia: And... It is. I'm uploading to you right now.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.


Raymond McCarthy: She seemed like his type.

Aaron Hotchner: He's looking for the easiest target. He doesn't have time to waste.

Jason Gideon: Who doesn't trust a man in uniform?

Aaron Hotchner: He helps her. She returns the favour and gives him a ride.

Jason Gideon: Fatal mistake.


Jennifer Jareau: As you can see in the footage, he's been able to access uniforms. Most likely, he'll use those of authority to try and invoke a feeling of safety. He may also be using disguises. He's suspected of having approached a woman with a photography ruse. Gregory has credentials. He was a photographer in Miami for years… He's well travelled And conducts business throughout the Southern United States. There's no chance of predicting where he'll strike next. That's why we are asking you to be aware and on the lookout for this 38-year-old white male… He appears to be very confident, just a word is charming let's review what we know.


Aaron Hotchner: Gregory will continue to drown. The question is why does he have to.

Spencer Reid: We know someone who murders by drowning wants to invoke fear. If water symbolizes emotion that says they're overwhelmed by their own unresolved issues or facing some sort of major life crisis, it suggests a release of the old is necessary to emerge and begin anew.

Raymond McCarthy: So there's something he's trying to purge or cleanse by killing these women?

Spencer Reid: I think it's exactly right.

Jason Gideon: That's the key to unlock why he kills.

Agent: Excuse me, gentlemen. Sorry to interrupt.


Elle Greenaway: You really don't know someone until you take a road trip with them.

Derek Morgan: What are you trying to say?

Elle Greenaway: Look at this car, man. There's empty soda cans and fast-Food wrappers everywhere. You're a slob. Back at Quantico your desk is all neat. But I bet if you looked in those drawers, you'll find a mess.

Derek Morgan: Ok, we have been on the road way too long… Aw. That must be the boyfriend.

Elle Greenaway: Yes, it is. Hey, Gideon… Uh-Huh… Okay… Yeah. Got it. Yeah. They found the woman from the Atlanta airport in South Carolina.

Derek Morgan: It feels like we're driving from body to body.

Elle Greenaway: Well, we know that south Carolina's part of his business route. So he's probably going back to what he knows.


Jason Gideon: You see something?

Spencer Reid: No. I was just thinking about the information you released about Mark Gregory at the press conference.

Jason Gideon: What about it?

Spencer Reid: Well, we described him as someone who's engaging, confident, poses as people with authority. But this is a guy who's flying under the radar.

Raymond McCarthy: So we made a mistake?

Spencer Reid: No, not at all. We're dealing with a killer who's highly intelligent and incredibly resourceful. You would think that we've pushed him to change what he's doing.

Raymond McCarthy: To what?

Spencer Reid: Maybe he's not using a simple ruse anymore.

Jason Gideon: He could alter his appearance so he's barely recognizable, just like in the sketch book.

Aaron Hotchner: If he does that, we'd have no idea what we're looking for.


Derek Morgan: FBI. Morgan and Greenaway… This place is...

Elle Greenaway: Is a hole in the wall. I don't know why he's checking into a fleabag motel. Gregory's got cash.

Derek Morgan: And he's obviously devolved into the random phase of his kills. Must have something to do with how he views his victims.

Elle Greenaway: Well, if he doesn't know these women, maybe he thinks that they're not worthy or dirty. Are you the manager?

Hotel Manager: Yes. You wanted to see me?

Elle Greenaway: Do you recognize this man?

Hotel Manager: Yeah. Kind of looks like the guy. He paid his bill in cash about 3 hours ago.

Derek Morgan: You sure about the time?

Hotel Manager: Absolutely. My stories were on.

Elle Greenaway: Well, given the lividity, I'd say she died right before that.

Derek Morgan: Did you happen to see what he was driving?

Hotel Manager: Yeah. One of those black SUVS.

Derek Morgan: That's the victim's car from the Atlanta airport. Did you notice if it had Georgia plates?

Hotel Manager: No. They definitely had South Carolina plates. When he was filling out the forms for the motel, he couldn't remember the number.

Elle Greenaway: So I went outside to write it down. That's why we can't track him. He's switching plates.

Derek Morgan: Can you get us those numbers, please?

Hotel Manager: Sure. I'll be right back.

Derek Morgan: Thank you… There goes the pilot uniform.

Elle Greenaway: Well, we know his identity. We know he likes to use disguises, and he doesn't care about leaving them. Look at the level of torture here.

Derek Morgan: He spent the least amount of time with her, but he still shocked her enough to turn her feet black.

Elle Greenaway: No normal human being can sustain this kind of torture. If he shocked her over and over again, then she must've died.

Derek Morgan: But the cause of death was a wet drowning. The only way he could've done that resuscitate her every time just so he can drown her again.

Elle Greenaway: We know that he was spending 2 days with these women. But he picked her up at the airport yesterday. So he's spending not as much time with them now.

Derek Morgan: And now he's probably got himself another one.


Aaron Hotchner: Hotchner.

Penelope Garcia: Who's the answer to all your dreams?

Aaron Hotchner: I'm gonna put you on speaker.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, you completely suck. Hospital records show Mark Gregory fractured a vertebrae when he was 10. He suffered damage to his spine, ligaments, and neck.

Jason Gideon: What caused that type of injury?

Spencer Reid: Whiplash.

Penelope Garcia: Behold the wonderful genius of dr. Spencer Reid. Honey, that's exactly what the rest of the hospital record says. I did some more digging. I found an article in the Polk county paper describing the crash.

Aaron Hotchner: What did it say?

Penelope Garcia: The headline reads that Elizabeth Gregory died in a crash. But her 10-year-old son was only injured.

Aaron Hotchner: Mark Gregory was in the car with her.

Penelope Garcia: Apparently.

Jason Gideon: We need to talk to Gregory's father, Find out what else he's keeping from us.


Allyson: Do you need some help with your bags, sir?

Mark Gregory: No. I'm good. Thank you very much.

Allyson: Oh!

Mark Gregory: Oh! Oh, my. Thank you.

Allyson: No problem.

Mark Gregory: You know, actually I would like a little help. Thank you.

Allyson: Perfect. That's what I'm here for.


Doug Gregory: Well, I know you guys didn't come here to look at pictures of my son. Did something happen?

Jason Gideon: Why are there no memories of your wife here?

Doug Gregory: Why would i want to remind my son of the most horrible thing that ever happened to him?

Spencer Reid: Normally when a parent dies, the other parent tends to overcompensate by building a shrine of pictures, leaving their personal effects untouched sometimes for years. You didn't happen to do that.

Jason Gideon: Why didn't you tell us your son was in the car when your wife died?

Doug Gregory: I didn't think it was important.

Jason Gideon: You didn't think it was important. You didn't think it was important to tell us your son witnessed his mother dying?

Doug Gregory: No.

Spencer Reid: The fact that he witnessed his mother die at such a young age clearly affected how he regards women.

Jason Gideon: Do you know why your son’s married for such a short period of time?

Doug Gregory: Yes. It was a mistake. He was young.

Jason Gideon: Well, we talked to his ex-wife. Mark was obsessed with thinking she was unfaithful.

Doug Gregory: It could happen.

Jason Gideon: But she never was. But he made life unbearable for her. She couldn't leave the house. She couldn't take a breath without worrying about it.

Spencer Reid: Something must have happened to feed that distrust, to give him such a distorted view of relationships.

Jason Gideon: How were things with your wife, Mr. Gregory?

Doug Gregory: Normal and uneventful.

Jason Gideon: Was she being unfaithful?

Doug Gregory: What?

Jason Gideon: Did she pick men up?

Doug Gregory: All right, all right. Enough. Stop. Uh... When she couldn't find a baby-Sitter, she would take him with her to the motel, let him play by the pool. This went on for over a year. What kind of mother would do that?

Jason Gideon: Did you ever take him to therapy, Mr. Gregory?

Doug Gregory: No.

Jason Gideon: Why?

Doug Gregory: I didn't think he needed it.

Jason Gideon: Didn't think he needed it?

Doug Gregory: No.

Jason Gideon: Boy watches his mother die. He lives, she dies. You don't think that's confusing to a 10-year-old?

Doug Gregory: I didn't say that.

Jason Gideon: You did say that.

Spencer Reid: Mark was smart enough to know what was going on. That explains his issues with infidelity, his hatred towards women, and now why he tortures and drowns them. His first victim was married. She was having an affair with him, which it clearly reminded him of what his mother did to you.

Jason Gideon: You think your wife's death was an accident?

Doug Gregory: I honestly don't know.

Jason Gideon: Well, what do you know? What do you think? Do you even know what I'm talking about?

Doug Gregory: I… Okay. I had my suspicions.

Jason Gideon: Your son did what you thought about doing a hundred times. These are innocent women. Innocent women, Mr. Gregory. Ever occur to you your son might be trying to stand up for you in his own sick, demented way because you weren't there? You weren't there, Mr. Gregory.

Doug Gregory: I…

Jason Gideon: Help us before he kills again and again and again. Help us, Mr. Gregory. Help us.


Spencer Reid: Gideon. Gideon. You do know that Doug Gregory isn't the killer, right?

Jason Gideon: Yes, I know that. But he protected one, and now at least 6 women are dead because of it.


Mark Gregory: Move it.

Allyson: No!

Motel Clerk: Can't be in the pool with your clothes on… Are you ok?

Mark Gregory: Help me. It's my wife. She fell in the pool. She can't swim.

Motel Clerk: Bring her over to the side.

Mark Gregory: I know CPR… Please help me.

Motel Clerk: All right. All right. Well, she's not breathing. Look, man, I'm doing the best that I can. Why don't you go call 911. Go call 911, man… Oh, there you go. There you go. Get it out. Get it out. All right. There you go, honey.

Allyson: No! No!

Motel Clerk: It's ok. It's ok. It's all right. You're breathing. There you go, honey. You're all right. You're all right. Your husband's gonna be right back.


Aaron Hotchner: Have you found any other suspicious drownings the last couple of days?

Penelope Garcia: Do you have any idea how many people drown every day?

Aaron Hotchner: Yes, but they're more in the summer for obvious reasons. But I think it averages around 6,500 a year, which is 17 a day.

Penelope Garcia: Is this Reid?

Aaron Hotchner: Why, you're impressed?

Penelope Garcia: I am, slick. I am. You've been doing your research, haven't you? Hey, this one sounds particularly creepy.


Aaron Hotchner: Garcia found a lead in Tennessee. Allyson Glennon was snatched from a grocery store a couple of hours ago and survived an attempted drowning in a motel pool.

Raymond McCarthy: Motel pool? Doesn't sound like our guy.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, I know, except that she's identified Gregory as her attacker and the place is less than an hour from the last killing. Garcia's giving Elle and Morgan details right now.

Jason Gideon: Reid and I had another talk with Mark's father. We need to get everybody on the phone.


Elle Greenaway: Hey, Gideon.

Jason Gideon: We think Mark's first victim was his mother.

Derek Morgan: What?

Penelope Garcia: I'm sorry. You're saying a 10-year-old killed his own mom?

Aaron Hotchner: Well, it's a common theory that sons can fixate on their mothers Since their mothers are their introduction to love.

Spencer Reid: And if that mother had a negative influence in this case she was an adulteress it invalidated not only the father but reflected poorly onto the son.

Jason Gideon: Mark Gregory was a child, but he was old enough to understand what his mother was doing. He was protecting a weak, impotent, passive-aggressive father who wanted his wife dead. He read the old man like a book and lived the life he couldn't.

Spencer Reid: Because she was his mother, he saw her as a saint. But because she was a cheater, he also saw her as a sinner.

Jason Gideon: There's a good chance he caused the car to crash.

Raymond McCarthy: Do you think the father knew his son was a murderer?

Jason Gideon: Yes.

Spencer Reid: That's why he's so overprotective of him.

Aaron Hotchner: We need to go through all the evidence from the car accident.

Penelope Garcia: Absolutely everything. News articles, medical records, police reports. I'm on it.

Aaron Hotchner: We need to do it as quickly as possible. There's a killer on the run and he's grabbing women as he sees them.


Kelly Dalton: I got done sooner than I thought, so I'll be able to pick up the kids after the bell… Okay. See you then.

Mark Gregory: Do exactly as i say or you'll die.


Motel Clerk: When I got to the pool, he said he was gonna call for help, but he just disappeared.

Derek Morgan: So you're thinking, "why wouldn't I trust this guy? What kind of psycho would kill somebody in front of witnesses?"

Motel Clerk: Yeah. Yeah. I'd seen the news. But this man didn't look like the one you're looking for. He left his glasses in the pool. And when he left, he walked with a limp. And nobody said anything about glasses or a limp, so...

Derek Morgan: He might be in a hurry, but he's not looking to get caught.

Elle Greenaway: 'Cause he's not done killing yet.


Aaron Hotchner: Here's a police photo of the car Gregory's mother was killed in. Right there. See the water dripping from under the car?

Spencer Reid: It doesn't look like a fatal car crash. All the damage was done on the passenger side. What was her official cause of death?

Aaron Hotchner: I'll ask Garcia.

Raymond McCarthy: We've got a possible abduction. Kelly Dalton, 28. Eyewitness saw her leaving a parking lot with a man resembling Gregory… She was supposed to pick up her son. Never made it.


Elle Greenaway: Thanks, Hotch. He's picked up a new victim. Hey, we got to get to the mall.

Motel Clerk: Jump on 113. It'll take you 10 minutes.

Elle Greenaway: It was better when he had a ruse. At least that required a little planning.


Radio: Believed to have left the parking lot and headed south… Hey were driving a green jeep with Tennessee plates… If you see this vehicle or the passengers meeting the descriptions...

Kelly Dalton: Do you want money or something? I've got a rich husband, and I know he'll pay a lot to get me back.


Aaron Hotchner: So he's got a victim and a car. Now all he needs is the location.

Penelope Garcia: There are 5 sources of water nearby. Closest to the accident is rock creek in...

Spencer Reid: Copperhill, Tennessee. There's where Kelly Dalton was abducted. Morgan and Elle are there right now.

Penelope Garcia: Reid, one more thing. Elizabeth Gregory's official cause of death was asphyxia caused by immersion in fluid.

Aaron Hotchner: She drowned?

Spencer Reid: With no discernible damage done by keeping her trapped in the car, what would cause a taller mother to drown and a smaller child to survive?

Jason Gideon: There's only one way. Mark Gregory held his mother's head under whatever water was in the car.

Aaron Hotchner: His first kill was his most powerful… Well, at least we know where he's going.

Jason Gideon: Back to where it all started.


Kelly Dalton: Please, I have 2 boys. They need me.

Mark Gregory: Shut up!


Jason Gideon: The article said the accident was on route 60 near east west highway.

Elle Greenaway: We're on route 60 about a quarter of a mile from rock creek. We're pulling over to check it out.


Mark Gregory: This is all your fault.

Kelly Dalton: What is?

Mark Gregory: I saw you every week with that man. You think I don't know what was going on?

Kelly Dalton: I've never met you before.

Mark Gregory: Shut up! You're a liar! Turn here.


Elle Greenaway: Gideon, he's not here.


Mark Gregory: Slow down! Stop! Stop! Stop!


Derek Morgan: You hear that? Did you guys hear that?

Elle Greenaway: Yeah, I heard it.

Derek Morgan: It's over there. Let's go.


Mark Gregory: You thought you could get away.

Kelly Dalton: No! Please! Somebody help me!

Mark Gregory: It's just the two of us out here.


Derek Morgan: It's clear. Nobody in the car.

Elle Greenaway: We found the car off the road, but it's empty. We're searching the woods now, and we'll keep you posted… Which way is the water?


Kelly Dalton: Help me! Somebody help!


Elle Greenaway: That's coming from over there.


Kelly Dalton: No!

Mark Gregory: How does that feel?

Derek Morgan: Mark Gregory, FBI! Put it down! Put it down!

Elle Greenaway: Come here. I got you. Okay. You're ok… He can't hurt you anymore.


Derek Morgan: Hey. It's Morgan… Kelly Dalton's gonna be okay. Gregory's dead. We're coming home.


Jason Gideon: The author François de la Rochefoucauld wrote, "We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves."

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