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#204 : Mis à nu

Scénariste : Aaron Zelman
Réalisateur : Guy Norman Bee

Gideon et son équipe sont appelés à enquêter sur une série de crimes, perpétrés dans des banques. Il leur semble évident que le motif du malfrat n'est pas l'argent. Celui-ci oblige ses victimes à se déshabiller avant de les tuer. Au fil de l'enquête le profil du criminel évolue dangereusement.

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4 - 8 votes

Titre VO
Psychodrama

Titre VF
Mis à nu

Première diffusion
11.10.2006

Première diffusion en France
12.09.2007

Vidéos

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Criminal Minds 2x04 - Don't call him honey

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Criminal Minds 2x04 - Reid had been studying

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Criminal Minds 2x04 - Reid talking about pimps

Criminal Minds 2x04 - Reid talking about pimps

  

Plus de détails

N°026

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 Jareau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Jason Wiles ... Sheppard
   - Meredith Monroe ... Haley Hotchner
   - Michael Chieffo ... Bill Henderson
   - David Fabrizio ... Agent Wallace
   - Marco Sanchez ... Detective Murad
   - Gary Wolf ... Roland Lynch
   - Jean Saint James ... Claire Henderson
   - Connie Cooper ... Karen Sheppard
   - Austin David Young ... Darren Henderson
   - Tyson Chambers ... Andrew
   - Asher Axe ... Jeffrey

A Los Angeles, un voleur de banques force les otages à se déshabiller lors de son braquage et il les force à simuler un acte sexuel depuis peu. Il va devenir un tueur en série si le DSC ne l'arrête pas avant.  La femme de Hotchner vient lui rappeler qu'il devait venir avec elle pour les tests de santé de leur fils mais il a oublié. Il s'en veut mais elle le pousse tout de même à partir.

Gideon et Morgan vont sur les lieux du dernier braquage. Ils découvrent qu'il vient en moto. Reid établit une carte géographique pour localiser le suspect. Il aboutit à plusieurs centaines de milliers de suspects potentiels. Elle se fait draguer par l'inspecteur local avant de visionner les bandes des interrogatoires des témoins. Morgan reconstitue le dernier vol dans la banque. Il se rend compte qu'il contrôle la situation mais ne comprend pas pourquoi ce vigil a été agressé. Il comprend un problème avec les uniformes. C'est donc un ancien prisonnier.

Elle découvre un truc qui cloche avec le témoignage de la femme du banquier qui a du avoir un rapport avec son mari devant leurs deux enfants. Ils comprennent qu'il veut humilier les gens en les forçant et les mettant mal à l'aise. Un problème se pose au DSC: le banquier a effacé une partie des bandes du casse.  Garcia découvre aussi un problème grâce à son logiciel de reconnaissance morphologique: ce n'est pas le même homme lors du dernier casse. Gideon et Hotch vont alors interroger le banquier et Gideon comprend qu'il les a effacé pour protéger sa famille. 

Garcia découvre alors la raison de la différence de taille: il portait des talonettes cachées dans les chaussures. Hotchner en déduit qu'il devient négligeant (il les a oublié) et donc plus dangereux. C'est l'heure du profil: un prisonnier qui a séjourné 5 à 10 ans derrière les barreaux. Il a entre 23 et 35 ans. Et lorsqu'il a vu les otages nus, ça a déclenché sa pulsion sexuelle. Il en devient plus intéressé par les pulsions sadiques que l'argent. Mais il n'est pas fou, braquer une banque demandant intelligence et planification. Le problème vient de sa psyché brisée. Entre intelligence et folie sadique. Et quand avec le temps, ces deux psychés se confondront, il deviendra explosif: un sadique fou avec la précision et l'intelligence.

Pendant ce temps, un autre braquage a lieu mais un otage refuse de se déshabiller et il le tue. Un gamin a prévenu les flics en se cachant dans les toilettes. Finalement, le voleur s'enfuit en moto juste quand le DSC arrive, juste après avoir assomé une pervenche qui allait le verbaliser. Malheureusement, à cause des bouchons et des égouts à ciel ouvert, le voleur leur échappe.
En analysant la scène de crime, Gideon comprend que sa rage se transforme en folie et que l'argent ne l'interresse plus et qu'il tuera tous ceux en travers de sa route.

JJ a réduit la liste des suspects à 360. Un se détache : un ancien proxénète qui colle à tous les paramètres du profil. Ils apprennent qu'il était drogué et que les filles désobéissantes, il les violait devant leur petite soeur. Malheureusement, son contrôleur judiciaire l'a perdu de vu. Après quelques coups de fil, Morgan retrouve le suspect. Problème: pendant ce temps, le vrai malade attaque un restaurant.

Le DSC analyse la vidéo: ils y découvrent que les enfants devaient frapper leur mère. Il a tué le premier enfant qui a refusé. Ca ne colle pas avec la description du braquage de banque. Hotchner retourne voir le directeur mais il ne dit rien de plus. La femme craque et s'en va avec les enfants. Le fils vient alors parler et il confie que le braqueur a dit "je suis désolé" juste après. Le DSC en déduit qu'il n'est pas sadique, qu'il ne prend pas de plaisir. Reid comprend alors que c'est un psychodrame : le suspect met en scène ses problèmes. Une prison a testé cette méthode théatrale de soins et un seul des suspects convient alors.

Reid, Gideon et Hotchner vont chez sa mère. Ils comprennent que la mère est une détraquée et qu'ils n'obtiendront rien d'elle. Son mari s'est suicidé, elle était bourrée de médicaments anti douleurs et en a fait bavé aux enfants, et le fils reproduit aujourd'hui son fantasme de domination totale de sa mère grâce aux otages.

Morgan et Elle trouvent un plan chez le suspect ainsi que des amphétamines. Sa moto est toujours là, donc il est à pied. En patrouillant, Hotchner, Reid et Gideon le trouvent dans une fête d'anniversaire. Il menace un enfant: il veut le forcer à tirer à la mitrailette sur sa mère. Hotchner lui tire dessus, le blessant à l'épaule. Il est arrêté avant qu'il ne soit trop tard.

Dale Sheppard: Don't you even think about it! Back it up… Everybody, down! Everybody, down! I think I said watch it… I said watch it!

Claire Henderson: Please, don't.

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Jennifer Jareau: Over the past two months, the L.A. Field office has been tracking a series of 4 bank robberies in the L.A. Metro area. It's one individual wearing a black ski mask. He's highly skilled. It's his unique M.O. that put him squarely in our court. This happened two days ago.

Aaron Hotchner: He's making them undress?

Jennifer Jareau: He takes their clothes and locks them in the vault, then he goes for the cash.

Derek Morgan: Smart. Nobody's going to run after him butt naked.

Spencer Reid: It's also a psychological advantage. Make the captives feel exposed, intimidated, and much less likely to fight back.

Derek Morgan: That, and the mac-10 he's waving around. Boy's got a lot of firepower.

Elle Greenaway: But why is this case for us?

Jennifer Jareau: Because in the last robbery, two things changed. One, he beat the security guard nearly senseless, and two, after he made everyone undress, he forced two pairs of victims together at gunpoint, then he made them simulate sex with each other.

Spencer Reid: It's remarkable. By utilizing a practical M.O. The unsub has stumbled on to a psychological signature. It's fascinating.

Elle Greenaway: He's a sex offender now.

Jason Gideon: Fuelled by violent rage. Only our unsub doesn't know it yet. If he did, he wouldn't be robbing banks anymore.

Elle Greenaway: So, he's a violent sex offender in denial.

Aaron Hotchner: And a sexual predator who's  just escalated his crimes.

Jason Gideon: He's a serial killer in the making.

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Aaron Hotchner: Hey, what are you doing here?

Haley Hotchner: Your cell phone kept going straight to voicemail.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, no, I was in a meeting. Is everything all right?

Haley Hotchner: Going out of town?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, we gotta go to L.A. I was going to call you from the car… What is it?

Haley Hotchner: You really don't know why I'm here?

Aaron Hotchner: Honey, I'm sorry, we're running late.

Haley Hotchner: I just got back from the hospital. Jack?

Aaron Hotchner: Oh, my God, the tests… What happened?

Haley Hotchner: He's got a condition. It's treatable and he's going to be okay.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm sorry. How was he?

Haley Hotchner: Scared. They put those electrodes all over him and he was wondering where his daddy was… Babe, you promised you'd be there.

Aaron Hotchner: I know. I'm sorry. Where is he now?

Haley Hotchner: At home with my mom. I didn't want him here while we were talking. Look, I know this job is important to you, but we're important, too.

Aaron Hotchner: You don't have to tell me that.

Haley Hotchner: I don't want you to wake up some day in some random city and realize that you don't know your own son.

Aaron Hotchner: They can go without me.

Haley Hotchner: No, they can't. It's okay. Go. We'll talk about it when you get home.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm so sorry… Sorry.

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Aaron Hotchner: "Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth." Oscar Wilde.

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Elle Greenaway: "Stripping bandit." That's terrible. That makes it sound like the bandit's doing the stripping.

Spencer Reid: What would you call him?

Jennifer Jareau: Pervert.

Elle Greenaway: Scumbag.

Derek Morgan: I'd call him an ass…

Aaron Hotchner: Hey, focus, please. We have the details of the 4 bank robberies to learn before we get to Los Angeles.

Spencer Reid: At this point is he more a bank robber or a sex offender?

Derek Morgan: Seriously. What's he going to do next, rob a bank or rape somebody?

Elle Greenaway: I'd say we need to know more about how he robs the banks and who he chooses to victimize.

Aaron Hotchner: Why these banks and why these victims?

Jason Gideon: Pairing these specific people together is a fantasy. If we can figure out the nature of that fantasy, we may be able to predict his targets.

Elle Greenaway: In the last robbery I don't see any photos of what he made the victims actually do.

Jennifer Jareau: There is a problem with this surveillance system. We're working on it.

Aaron Hotchner: We should hit the ground running. How should we break it down?

Spencer Reid: There's got to be a pattern to the banks. We should run a geographical profile.

Aaron Hotchner: That's yours.

Elle Greenaway: And for the sexual aspects, we need to look at the specific victimology.

Aaron Hotchner: You and I can go with the victim reports, see whatever surveillance footage they've got.

Jason Gideon: Leaves the unsub himself. We'll need his perspective.

Derek Morgan: Crime scene.

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Wallace: The suspect entered around 2:00 p.m. And a witness said he saw a man on a motorcycle with a backpack speed by a few minutes after the robbery.

Derek Morgan: Freeway's just a few blocks that way, right?

Wallace: Actually, we're within a half-mile of 3 freeways.

Derek Morgan: This is a perfect location. If he's on a bike, he's got no trouble getting out of here.

Jason Gideon: Well, first he's got to get to his bike. Where's it parked?

Wallace: It could be anywhere.

Derek Morgan: No! No. A guy this good wouldn't risk his bike not being anywhere near when he comes out. He'd park illegally. Probably not in the parking lot, but further down the block, maybe, or or right across the street here.

Jason Gideon: We need to know if any of these places have security cameras that might have caught the bike. Ready?

Derek Morgan: Let's go rob a bank.

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Spencer Reid: Basically, we assume the suspects will hunt close to where they live, but far enough to remain anonymous. Each one of these data points represents a bank that he hit, and this area where the lines intersect give us the best estimate of the unsub's home.

Jennifer Jareau: So, how many does that narrow it down to?

Spencer Reid: Couple hundred thousand.

Jennifer Jareau: Oh.

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Murad: Witness statements. Not planning on seeing any of the sights this afternoon, were you?

Elle Greenaway: I've already seen the Hollywood sign, been to the Getty center, I'm not really interested in John Wayne's footprints, so I guess that covers the sights of Los Angeles.

Murad: Let me guess, New York?

Elle Greenaway: Now, what would make you say that?

Aaron Hotchner: Is this all the video equipment you've got?

Murad: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: That ain't Quantico. I need to set up a link with our tech back there.

Murad: We got another bay as crappy as this one down the hall.

Aaron Hotchner: You all right?

Elle Greenaway: I just need some popcorn.

Aaron Hotchner: Have fun.

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Derek Morgan: So, he enters and he walks right to this spot. Pulls his weapon out and shoots into the ceiling right there. That gets everyone's attention, let's them all know he's dead serious.

Jason Gideon: Efficient.

Derek Morgan: This is the best spot in the bank. I can see all the tellers, the front door, and that's the back office over there.

Jason Gideon: So, he knew exactly where to go.

Derek Morgan: He had been here before.

Jason Gideon: Next.

Derek Morgan: Next, he turns, aims the gun at the guard.

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Dale Sheppard: Don't you even think about it! Back it up.

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Derek Morgan: Disarms the guard and handcuffs him to the base. So, where's the threat? The guard's disarmed and chained. How's he a threat to the unsub?

Jason Gideon: He isn't.

Derek Morgan: Then why did he take the time to assault? He's got control, he's obviously got skills, the very thing that he doesn't have is time.

Jason Gideon: He didn't assault the guards in the previous banks, why? What's changed? What's different about this guard?

Derek Morgan: Maybe this guard reminded him of somebody.

Jason Gideon: What were the guards in the previous robberies wearing? Uniforms?

Derek Morgan: Black suits. That's it.

Wallace: That's all.

Derek Morgan: Our boy's efficient, he's determined. This ain't his first picnic. He's got his trade down cold. Something about a guy in uniform triggers an emotional response.

Wallace: Army?

Derek Morgan: No. Army, you're conditioned to work with people. This guy, he don't trust anybody. Prison.

Jason Gideon: Best trade school in the country.

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Penelope Garcia: I got access to 4 bank robberies with security footage. What do I get to do with them?

Aaron Hotchner: You know your... Digital perspective whatever software?

Penelope Garcia: Digital perspective analysis rendering?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.

Penelope Garcia: Honey, not only do I know it, I helped develop it.

Aaron Hotchner: Good, because I want every physical dimension of the unsub: Height, waist size, inseam, everything that you can give me.

Penelope Garcia: Honey, if he opens his mouth, I'll give you the length of his teeth.

Aaron Hotchner: Just keep it clean and don't call me honey.

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Aaron Hotchner: See anything interesting?

Elle Greenaway: Maybe.

Claire Henderson: He took his time, he looked at me, then he pointed his gun at me.

Agent: And you were all naked at this point?

Claire Henderson: Yes.

Elle Greenaway: Bank manager's wife. She stopped by to pick him up. They were going to celebrate their son's 16th birthday.

Aaron Hotchner: The son was with them?

Elle Greenaway: Daughter, too.

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Jason Gideon: He knows the kids are theirs?

Wallace: Witnesses said he checked their wallets first. He would have seen their names.

Jason Gideon: So, of all 13 people, he puts together woman in her 60's, guy in his 30's, married couple in front of their kids. Why?

Derek Morgan: Maybe they were the most inappropriate couples he could think of.

Jason Gideon: He's sadistic.

Derek Morgan: Would explains why he brings them here. He could have taken them behind the teller windows, he could have taken them back into the vault, but he chooses here. It's the most exposed place in the bank.

Jason Gideon: Like a stage.

Derek Morgan: Like, it was as important for them to see what was going on as it was for him.

Jason Gideon: Public humiliation.

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Dale Sheppard: I said, watch it!

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Jason Gideon: Robbery wasn't about the money. It was about getting off on what he made these people do on this spot. Forcing others to squirm and watch.

Derek Morgan: We got to know what exactly they were forced to do. We need to see the fantasy. Did you ever get a hold of the security videos?

Wallace: Yes, but they were mostly erased.

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Wallace: That's Henderson, the bank manager. Said he was so flustered after what he had been through, that when he was gathering the tapes for us, he hit the wrong buttons and erased part of them.

Aaron Hotchner: You believe him?

Wallace: No. I told him I thought he was embarrassed about the tapes getting out and he erased them on purpose. He denied it.

Aaron Hotchner: You rule out the possibility he was in on it?

Wallace: Why would he be involved in a robbery when he had to go through something like that?

Elle Greenaway: Maybe he didn't know what was gonna happen. Maybe he was betrayed by the unsub.

Spencer Reid: Or perhaps he was coerced. There's been many documented cases of robbers forcing bank managers to assist them with their crimes.

Wallace: None of that is consistent with the M.O.'S of the other robberies.

Derek Morgan: Maybe there's a reason this last one was different from the others.

Murad: A call from Quantico on one.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

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Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, it's Hotch.

Penelope Garcia: Are we ready for something completely weird?

Derek Morgan: How weird are we talking, Garcia?

Penelope Garcia: The security footage Hotch gave me, I ran it through my software 3 times...

Aaron Hotchner: And?

Penelope Garcia: And there are weird height issues. I. E., the unsub in the first three robberies is 6 foot 1 and the unsub in the last robbery, he's 5'10".

Derek Morgan: So what? In the last robbery we're dealing with a different unsub?

Aaron Hotchner: An unsub who is somehow able to erase tapes that show exactly what happened at that bank.

Spencer Reid: An unsub who may have possibly had inside help.

Jason Gideon: I think it's time we sit down with the bank manager.

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Bill Henderson: Look, I already told the other agent that I was nervous. I screwed up. What else do you want me to say?

Aaron Hotchner: It took you 9 minutes to call 911 after the robber left.

Bill Henderson: I was collecting the tapes.

Aaron Hotchner: Before you called 911?

Bill Henderson: You think I had something to do with this? You think I'd put my family through this?

Jason Gideon: No… I don't think you'd put your family through letting those tapes get out either.

Aaron Hotchner: You were the only one who had access to those tapes, Mr. Henderson. Now, at best, you erased them because you were embarrassed, and at worst, because you had something to do with the robbery. Now, which would you rather have us think?

Bill Henderson: You got to understand. We were raised baptists. It's hard for us to talk about this kind of thing.

Jason Gideon: It's hard for all of us.

Bill Henderson: The thought about anybody seeing those tapes, even the police... No… I'm sorry… I'm sorry. I didn't think it would matter.

Aaron Hotchner: I think it's pretty clear what this is about.

Jason Gideon: Shame and humiliation.

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Dale Sheppard: Everybody, down! I said, watch it! Watch it!

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Penelope Garcia: There is nothing wrong with my software. My software is perfect, isn't it? No, it isn't. Why must your beauty be so painful? God!

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Derek Morgan: Yeah?

Penelope Garcia: Pals, don't be ticked, but I think I may have missed the sort of glaringly obvious here. How would you make yourself taller without being a different person entirely or having some sort of weird chinese surgery?

Elle Greenaway: Heels.

Penelope Garcia: Right, sunshine, but would have seen heels, unless the unsub had them hidden inside his shoe the point is, lifts.

Derek Morgan: Lifts.

Penelope Garcia: Lifts, all hidden up inside his boot. With a little fancy footwork, pun emphatically intended, Garcia here managed to dig him out.

Derek Morgan: Thanks, girl.

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Derek Morgan: He's trying to throw us off, hide his real height.

Elle Greenaway: But why would he take the lifts out just for the last robbery?

Aaron Hotchner: Maybe he's getting careless.

Spencer Reid: Which means he's also getting more dangerous.

Derek Morgan: At least we know we're only dealing with one unsub.

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Aaron Hotchner: Based on the knowledge that spending a significant time in prison stunts emotional growth while increasing professional skills, we can estimate this unsub went to jail between the ages of 18 and 22 and spent between 5 and 10 years inside.

Elle Greenaway: That puts him at the approximate age between 23 and 35.

Aaron Hotchner: This guy's much more than just a bank robber though. What started out as a practical M.O., stripping his hostages, triggered a deep psycho-sexual response.

Derek Morgan: In other words, when he found himself in front of a bunch of naked people under his control, he snapped, then he decided to manipulate them.

Elle Greenaway: And better, or just getting worse, he's attacking banks earlier in the day when more and more people are present.

Derek Morgan: This sounds like he's sacrificing the safety of having just a few hostages to contain, for the satisfaction of having more subjects to control.

Spencer Reid: He'll be less interested in money and more interested in sadistically manipulating his captives.

Derek Morgan: In all likelihood, he'll be high on drugs.

Aaron Hotchner: It would be wrong, however, to write this guy off as crazy. Bank robbing is an ambitious crime and it takes time and planning to pull it off.

Jason Gideon: What makes this unsub unique is his fractured psyche. On the one hand, a cold, organized bank robber. On the other, a disorganized sexual sadist full of bottled up rage.

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Jiminez: Freeze! Drop it!

Dale Sheppard: No.

Jiminez: Come on now, just put it down.

Dale Sheppard: I got a mac-10. One shot. You got one shot to kill me… Even if you kill me, I'm going down shooting.

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Jason Gideon: The two parts of his psyche have just begun to bleed together, now when they finally converge, we're talking about a criminal with the skills and efficiency of a master bank robber and the rage of a suicide bomber. He will explode.

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Dale Sheppard: Take them off… I said take them off.

Man: No.

Dale Sheppard: Take... Them... Off!

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Murad: Sir, bank robbery in progress. Corner of Washington and Sepulveda. Kid in the back room called 911 on his cell. Said the suspect's started making people undress.

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Agent: L.A. air 8, requesting immediate air support, Washington and Sepulveda.

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Aaron Hotchner: How far are we from the bank?

Wallace: Without traffic, 10 minutes.

Aaron Hotchner: Let's avoid traffic.

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Dale Sheppard: Do I have everybody's attention?

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Aaron Hotchner: How we doing?

Wallace: About 8 minutes.

Aaron Hotchner: Make it 3.

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Guy: Please?

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Wallace: Less than a mile. Just around the corner.

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Officer: Is this your bike?

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Derek Morgan: Call E.M.S.!

Aaron Hotchner: F.B.I.

Jiminez: He took off.

Aaron Hotchner: Where?

Jiminez: I don't know.

Derek Morgan: Ma'am. Ma'am, Can you hear me? She's unconscious.

Wallace: Medics are on their way.

Aaron Hotchner: Gideon, he may be headed your way.

Wallace: You know what the odds are of catching a motorcycle with a car in L.A.?

Aaron Hotchner: Try not to think about it.

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Elle Greenaway: There.

Jason Gideon: Damn it. Go.

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Aaron Hotchner: It's the first time he's made so many mistakes. Hit the bank in the morning, more people around.

Derek Morgan: Didn't clear the back room, parked his bike right out front.

Aaron Hotchner: Didn't bother taking any money.

Wallace: Did almost everything you predicted.

Derek Morgan: Sometimes it sucks to be right.

Wallace: Witnesses said he refused to take off his clothes.

Derek Morgan: Damn.

Jason Gideon: That's enough.

Derek Morgan: It's not the kind of rage you bottle back up. This could be the beginning of a spree. How's JJ doing on that suspect list?

Aaron Hotchner: I'll call her. I'll call Reid and Elle and get them on it, too.

Wallace: You don't think he's going to rob another bank?

Jason Gideon: No. He doesn't care about money anymore. Whatever he's after, he'll hurt anyone who gets in his way.

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Derek Morgan: You call Elle and Reid?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.

Derek Morgan: What's that?

Aaron Hotchner: My son's first steps. I was out of town and Haley sent me the file.

Derek Morgan: It's nice.

Aaron Hotchner: It's 5 months ago. I haven't loaded anything on here since.

Derek Morgan: Okay. So you film a new one when you get home.

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Elle Greenaway: So, you're sure this is it?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah. Based on all the parameters, age, armed robbery charge, time spent in prison, approximate location of home address based on geographical profile. It's about 360 names.

Elle Greenaway: These guys aren't sweethearts, but there's only a handful with sex crimes on their rap sheets and none are sexual sadists.

Spencer Reid: That's not surprising. Bank robbers and gun nuts aren't typically sex offenders. That's what makes this unsub unique.

Jennifer Jareau: What about a pimp? Roland Lynch, 32 years old.

Spencer Reid: Pimps are characteristically sociopathic and, in many cases, sadistic.

Elle Greenaway: Helps control their employees.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, this one started out robbing convenience stores before working his way into pimping.

Spencer Reid: That's unusual. Pimps typically violate by proxy, forcing others to do the work for them, whereas, bank robbers usually operate in pairs or alone.

Elle Greenaway: So, he's sexually sadistic and has experience with armed robbery.

Spencer Reid: Along with fitting all other parameters of the profile.

Jennifer Jareau: All right. I'll get in touch with his parole officer.

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Jason Gideon: You're Lynch's parole officer. When was the last time you talked to him?

Parole Officer: Haven't talked to Lynch in a month.

Jason Gideon: What can you tell us about him?

Parole Officer: Roland? A real peach. He used to punish his girls by raping them in front of their little sisters.

Derek Morgan: He got a habit?

Parole Officer: Which one of mine doesn't? If I'm not mistaken, he probably has about a 10 rock a day monkey.

Derek Morgan: If Lynch is our guy, he's going downhill fast, but if he's tweaking, he's going down even faster.

Parole Officer: His latest drug test isn't back yet, but I'm betting it isn't going to be clean.

Jason Gideon: You got a line on him?

Parole Officer: Give me a break. You know what my case load is like?

Derek Morgan: Hey, come on, man. He might have beaten a civilian to death with a mac-10, caved in a meter maid's face, and that's just the beginning. That make the top of your list.

Parole Officer: I'll make some calls.

Jason Gideon: Thank you.

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Derek Morgan: F.B.I. I need Roland Lynch. Talk to me, Roland Lynch. Roland Lynch? Hey! Roland Lynch?

Roland Lynch: Quoi?

Derek Morgan: Don't even think about it. Don't move! Give it to me. Give it to me. You know I can count about 16 different ways you've just violated your parole.

Roland Lynch: They send in feds for busting parole?

Jason Gideon: We're here for the bank robberies and the delivery man you killed.

Roland Lynch: I don't rob banks.

Derek Morgan: You violated parole, we've got you on possession, you're going down.

Roland Lynch: You think I'm gonna roll over because you're waving 3 to 5 at me? I took beating's that lasted longer than that.

Jason Gideon: If I were you, I wouldn't even worry about the murder charge. I'd worry what happens to you when word gets around you're a pervert.

Roland Lynch: Yeah, well, I made my living being a pervert. You can tell them that.

Jason Gideon: Oh, this is different. Went after little old ladies, kids. Witnesses say you got off when the old lady took her shirt off. Old ladies, kids, inside, think about it.

Derek Morgan: Hey, Roland, you're high out of your mind right now, aren't you?

Jason Gideon: Get him in the car. Take him back to the field office, spend a few hours with him, he'll sober up.

Derek Morgan: Give me a pot of coffee and I'll go all night with this fool. Get him out of here.

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Elle Greenaway: Hey, Morgan.

Derek Morgan: We got him. This guy's a hardcore prison rat.

Jennifer Jareau: Elle.

Elle Greenaway: Hang on.

Jennifer Jareau: We just got another call, restaurant in the south bay. Guy came in in a ski-mask, started making people undress. He just shot a 14-year-old kid.

Elle Greenaway: When?

Jennifer Jareau: 10 minutes ago.

Derek Morgan: What'd she say?

Elle Greenaway: Hardcore or not, you've got the wrong scumbag.

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Murad: According to witnesses, he came in and fired into ceiling. He separated all the kids from their parents… Then?

Spencer Reid: He's forcing the sons to hit their mothers.

Murad: He started to. When he tried to get the first one to hit his mother harder, he refused, and when he refused...

Aaron Hotchner: It doesn't make sense. They're children.

Jason Gideon: He's playing out a fantasy.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, but it's his fantasy and someone else's children.

Derek Morgan: They're surrogates of some kind.

Aaron Hotchner: No. You don't do this to someone else's kids to get off. You just don't do it.

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Aaron Hotchner: It just doesn't make sense to me. You internalize violence. You take it out on other people. Why force somebody else to do it? Why force children to act out your rage?

Jason Gideon: He didn't make the children do anything at the bank. Manager said he put the parents together.

Aaron Hotchner: So, why is he so focused on the kids now?

Jason Gideon: I want to talk to the bank manager again.

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Bill Henderson: I don't know what else I can tell you. I've already gone over it 3 times.

Aaron Hotchner: What we need to know is if there's something in that tape that you don't want us to know about?

Bill Henderson: There were 12 other people in that bank who were forced to watch. What could I possibly be hiding?

Aaron Hotchner: This is about your children, isn't it?

Jason Gideon: We're sorry… Mr. Henderson, this is very important.

Aaron Hotchner: He's already killed 2 people and he's not going to stop.

Claire Henderson: God! Go ahead. Why don't you tell them what he did to us, what you let him do?

Bill Henderson: He had a gun… He was going to kill me.

Claire Henderson: Come on.

Bill Henderson: They took my family from me. We can't even look at each other anymore.

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Aaron Hotchner: I don't know how a family gets over something like that.

Jason Gideon: They don't.

Darren Henderson: Excuse me… Is it true he would have killed my father if he tried to stand up to him?

Aaron Hotchner: There's no way to know, Darren, but your father did the right thing.

Jason Gideon: Is there some reason you doubt that?

Darren Henderson: It's just... The robber said something afterwards… He said he was sorry.

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Derek Morgan: He apologized.

Elle Greenaway: Sadists don't apologize. They gloat, maybe, but they don't apologize.

Jason Gideon: Our guy's not a sadist. We got that part of the profile wrong.

Elle Greenaway: He doesn't derive any sadistic pleasure from these fantasies, they're more like a compulsion.

Spencer Reid: Compulsion that's literally life or death? I mean, if anyone interferes, he kills them. It's like he's compelled to direct these fantasies using these people as actors.

Derek Morgan: Actors on a stage, it's a play.

Spencer Reid: It's a psychodrama.

Jennifer Jareau: What's that?

Spencer Reid: It's a form of psychotherapy whereby actors serve as surrogates for actual people in the patient's life.

Jason Gideon: Incorporates many elements of theatre, including an audience.

Spencer Reid: There's a very famous pilot program at the San Luis Obispo county jail in the mid-nineties.

Jennifer Jareau: Isn't that just a couple hours away from here?

Aaron Hotchner: Let's go over the suspect list and see how many of them did time in San Luis Obispo.

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Penelope Garcia: The answer is 4.

Derek Morgan: Come on. Tell me you narrowed it down a little more than that.

Penelope Garcia: Only two live in state, but only 1 lives in L.A.

Derek Morgan: Ha, that a girl.

Penelope Garcia: Caleb Dale Sheppard, last known address 236 Harbor Lane, Inglewood.

Derek Morgan: Thanks, mama.

Spencer Reid: That's only 1.6 miles from the last restaurant that he hit… I've been studying a lot of L.A. Maps.

Aaron Hotchner: If he's been attacking that close to home, he's given up any interest in protecting his identity.

Jason Gideon: We need to all go down there and split up, half to his address, half patrol in the area around the restaurant in case he's on the hunt.

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Spencer Reid: Mrs. Sheppard, do you know where your son is?

Karen Sheppard: Dale doesn't live here anymore.

Aaron Hotchner: Where is he, Mrs. Sheppard?

Karen Sheppard: He's a grown man.

Jason Gideon: You have any idea how much trouble your son could be in?

Karen Sheppard: Jail? He's a good boy. Lost his way a bit, that's all.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, that's one way to look at 12 years in and out of prison.

Karen Sheppard: You've never made a mistake?

Jason Gideon: Your son spent time in a juvenile home?

Karen Sheppard: He was out of control, even attacked his own sister once, but his father died. It wasn't his fault.

Jason Gideon: Was it yours?

Karen Sheppard: What?

Jason Gideon: Was it your fault?

Spencer Reid: How many of these did you take today, Mrs. Sheppard?

Karen Sheppard: I had... Back problems my whole life.

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Aaron Hotchner: She's completely out of her mind.

Jason Gideon: She's so lonely she'll just keep talking to us. I doubt she'll tell us where he is.

Spencer Reid: That was Garcia. Apparently Sheppard's sister died 12 years ago, suicide.

Jason Gideon: Lady sure did a number on her kids.

Aaron Hotchner: She's probably lonely after the husband died and on painkillers, not in her right mind, and nobody there to turn to but Sheppard and his sister.

Spencer Reid: So, now he's symbolically punishing his mother?

Jason Gideon: He's playing out a fantasy. Sons gaining total control over their mothers.

Murad: We got something.

Aaron Hotchner: "Dale daybreak hotel."

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Derek Morgan: Sheppard, F.B.I.

Elle Greenaway: Key?

Derek Morgan: No, I got one.

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Elle Greenaway: Clear!

Derek Morgan: Yeah, it's clear here, too.

Elle Greenaway: Morgan. Crystal meth.

Derek Morgan: Oh, he's got to be halfway out of his mind by now.

Elle Greenaway: Which would explain why he left this behind.

Derek Morgan: Well, it looks like he's on foot. Here's his bike. I'm calling Hotch.

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Aaron Hotchner: Yeah?

Derek Morgan: Look, he's not here. From the looks of it, he just left. Hotch, he's tweaking. He's unmasked and he's probably on foot.

Aaron Hotchner: All right, stay there. Call if there's any sign of him.

Derek Morgan: Okay. You Too.

Spencer Reid: If he's on foot, he must still be in the neighbourhood. How do we find him?

Aaron Hotchner: At this point, he'll probably hit the first thing that catches his attention.

Jason Gideon: Families.

Aaron Hotchner: A public place. If the trend continues, he'll look for a bigger audience.

Jason Gideon: Public place with families.

Spencer Reid: Guys, there's a public park not far from here.

Aaron Hotchner: Where?

Spencer Reid: 6 miles from where we are now. 9 miles from the hotel where the unsub's staying, which we'll actually pass if we take a right at the next light.

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Murad: There's no sign of him.

Aaron Hotchner: We've got cruisers everywhere. Where could he be?

Spencer Reid: There's only a few blocks between here and his hotel.

Jason Gideon: He's got to be really close.

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Dale Sheppard: Do it.

Kid: No.

Dale Sheppard: I said, do it.

Kid: No.

Dale Sheppard: Do it. It's okay. Come on, you can do it.

Kid: No, no.

Mother: Please, just do what he says, please.

Dale Sheppard: I said do it!

Mother: Please, do what he says. It's ok, sweetheart.

Karen Sheppard: Mommy says it's ok.

Jason Gideon: Put it down.

Aaron Hotchner: Drop the knife.

Jason Gideon: It won't fix you, Sheppard. It doesn't matter what you make them do, how many people are watching you.

Mother: Oh, my God.

Aaron Hotchner: Got him.

Mother: It's okay, baby.

Aaron Hotchner: Look at these people. Look at them! They're children. They're children, for god's sake.

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Dale Sheppard: I need something that kills. Give me something. I need something… You shot me!

Aaron Hotchner: You had a hunting knife to a little boy's throat.

Dale Sheppard: Just give me something for the pain, you son of a bitch! She did it!

Aaron Hotchner: Who did?

Dale Sheppard: My mom. You don't know what she did to me.

Aaron Hotchner: Did you really think you were going to get back at your mom by attacking all these other people?

Dale Sheppard: The bitch deserved it.

Aaron Hotchner: Except you didn't go after her, you went after all these other women.

Dale Sheppard: So what?

Aaron Hotchner: You went after children.

Dale Sheppard: They're gonna have to learn sooner or later.

Aaron Hotchner: What are they going to have to learn?

Dale Sheppard: That no one's there for you.

Aaron Hotchner: He's a drug addict. He's detoxing. I don't care what he asks for. Don't give him anything.

Dale Sheppard: Come on. He's not a doctor.

Aaron Hotchner: He's right. I'm an F.B.I. agent, and he killed a 14-year-old boy today.

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Aaron Hotchner: "The basis of shame is not some personal mistake of ours, but that this humiliation is seen by everyone." Milan Kundera.

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Jason Gideon: You okay?

Aaron Hotchner: I was showing those trainees around the offices the other day. They all want to be in the BAU… I told them what a great job it is. And they even applauded when the tour was over.

Jason Gideon: I heard.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, but I didn't really tell them the truth. I didn't tell them what it's like to spend your days in this hell.

Jason Gideon: It's fun, huh?

Aaron Hotchner: I mean, who's to blame for somebody like Sheppard? His mother? Broken home? Society? All of it? None of it? It gets worse and worse with each case.

Jason Gideon: Save one life, we save the world.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah… Well, the one thing I didn't tell the trainees.

Jason Gideon: What's that?

Aaron Hotchner: We do not get paid enough.

Jason Gideon: You got that right.

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