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#205 : Après la pause

Scénariste : Chris Mundy
Réalisateur : Tim Matheson

L'unité de Hotchner enquête sur un violeur en série qui a attaqué des jeunes femmes dans des écoles religieuses et s'est arrêté pendant six semaines. Il a stoppé ses agressions mais vise maintenant une catégorie différente de femmes. Elle prend une décision qui pourrait bien permettre au violeur de s'enfuir et ainsi mettre un terme à sa carrière au sein de l'unité.

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Titre VO
Aftermath

Titre VF
Après la pause

Première diffusion
18.10.2006

Première diffusion en France
26.09.2007

Vidéos

Criminal Minds 02X05 - Reid talks to Elle

Criminal Minds 02X05 - Reid talks to Elle

  

Criminal Minds 2x05

Criminal Minds 2x05

  

Criminal Minds 2x05 - Elle panicking

Criminal Minds 2x05 - Elle panicking

  

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N°027

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 :
   - Dahlia Salem ... Maggie Callahan
   - Jason London ... William Lee
   - Mandy June Turpin ... Alicia Jordan
   - Bruce Gray ... Dr. Wagner
   - Robert Clotworthy ... Don Novell
   - Lisa Long ... Beth Norvell
   - Tuffet Schmelzle ... Cheryl Cosgrove
   - Derek Webster ... Avocat
   - Jonathan Klein ... Craig Dyson
   - Jennifer Ann Evans ... Lisa Blake

JJ communique une nouvelle affaire au département des sciences du comportement: un violeur s'attaquait à des étudiantes catholiques puis il a disparu 6 semaines pour réapparaitre aujourd'hui mais il s'attaque maintenant à des femmes dans la trentaine, les attendant chez elle pour leur tomber dessus. Cela met mal à l'aide Elle et laisse perplexe l'équipe. 

Dans l'avion, Gideon explique que le message qu'il laisse une heure avant l'acte sur le répondeur des victimes est une manière de se présenter, de prendre contact. Reid en déduit que c'est un violeur gentleman. L'équipe se sépare. Morgan, JJ et le flic locale vont voir une des étudiantes victimes. Ils apprennent que le violeur la connaissait bien, jusqu'au nom du chien de ses parents.

Reid, Hotchner et Greenaway interrogent la dernière victime en date et constatent eux aussi que le violeur savait tout de la victime. Le soir, lorsque l'équipe se rend à l'hôtel, Elle nous fait une crise de parano dans le parking sousterrain. Dans les chambres, chacun réfléchit aux indices, Gideon avec la flic locale plutôt douée. Sauf Elle qui préfère picoler et envoit chier Reid qui insiste et finit par faire parler Elle qui se plaint des doigts du roi pécheur qui lui a tiré dessus. Pendant ce temps, le violeur repère une autre victime.

Le lendemain matin, l'équipe établit le profil auprès des flics. Choix avec soin, délire de relation amoureuse, il pense avoir une raison de les connaitre: plombier, électricien, facteur. Il rêve de dominer les femmes. Il vit seul ce qui entretient son délire de petite amie. Il a une profession émasculante du genre secrétaire.

JJ de son coté, découvre qu'une étudiante s'est suicidée au moment de l'arrêt des meurtres. Elle pense que c'était une victime non déclarée. Hotchner et la flic locale vont voir les parents qui nient une agression sexuelle. La mère rejette tout aide au FBI mais le mari intervient lorsqu'elle s'en va et il leur remet la lettre de suicide. Ils y découvrent qu'elle a été violé et qu'elle est tombée enceinte de ce violeur. Son suicide expliquerait le choc entrainant le changement de type de victime.

En retournant voir la dernière victime, Gideon et Elle découvrent qu'elle cherchait à avoir un bébé seule. Cela amène la clinique de fertilité comme piste puisque les dernières victimes sont toutes passées par là. L'équipe comprend que le violeur veut un enfant. Il pensait qu'en attaquant les jeunes catholiques, il éviterait les avortements. Mais le suicide l'a poussé à passer aux femmes désespérées d'en avoir un.

En se rendant sur place, Hotchner et la flic locale découvrent que les formulaires de renseignements sont les renseignements que le violeur connaissait. Ils apprennent que la clinique refile les renseignements à une société de télémarketting. Cette même société s'occupe des fiches de renseignements de l'école qui était visée. L'équipe est sûre que le violeur travaille dans cette société. Par recoupements des fiches, l'équipe établit qui sera la victime suivante.

Mais lorsque les flics arrivent sur place, le violeur la tient en joug. Problème, les flics sont partis ce qui lui a permis de la violer. Greenaway est révoltée. Pour le coincer, le FBI décide de faire passer Elle pour une victime potentielle. Ca marche, le violeur est tenté par Elle. Problème: elle lui fonce dessus alors qu'il est encore dans sa voiture.

L'équipe l'interroge quand même. Il n'avoue rien. Gideon joue l'empathie en lui faisant comprendre qu'il a eu raison. Reid de son coté, découvre les origines: il vivait avec sa mère mais elle a été diagnostiqué comme mourrante d'un cancer. Avoir un enfant est la dernière chance de la rendre heureuse. Problème pour l'équipe, le violeur a un avocat qui débarque et le fait sortir. Greenaway est révoltée. Gideon lui conseille de prendre des vacances et de réfléchir à ce boulot et ce qu'elle a traversé.

Le FBI est prêt à repartir vu qu'ils ont trouvé le coupable et que la flic locale n'a qu'à attendre une erreur de sa part. Pendant ce temps, Elle suit le coupable chez lui et elle l'abat froidement après une courte discussion où il la remercie pour le bonheur que vont connaitre beaucoup de femmes. Lorsque les flics arrivent, elle plaide la légitime défense, expliquant qu'il l'a menacé de son arme.

Jason Gideon: Doesn't anybody ever go home?

Elle Greenaway: You're here.

Jason Gideon: Exactly. Trust me, you don't want to model your social life around mine.

Jennifer Jareau: If it makes you feel any better, Hotch and Morgan took off.

Spencer Reid: Hotch is married, Morgan's, you know, Morgan.

Jason Gideon: What's this?

Jennifer Jareau: Police in Dayton, Ohio need our help with a serial rapist.

Elle Greenaway: What's the story?

Jennifer Jareau: Three months ago he raped five students at a small bible college. Roughly, an attack a week, then suddenly nothing, until 9 days ago when he suddenly reappeared with a whole new victim pattern. Both those women are in their 30s. They were raped about 5 days apart.

Jason Gideon: Where have the new attacks taken place?

Jennifer Jareau: Opposite ends of the city. He was waiting for them when they got home.

Elle Greenaway: How do we know it's the same guy?

Jennifer Jareau: He leaves voice mails for them.

Spencer Reid: Freezing them with fear before they even see him.

Jason Gideon: They don't recognize the voice?

Jennifer Jareau: No. Cops even have DNA, but it's just not in the system.

Jason Gideon: Why would someone attacking college students suddenly widen his net?

Spencer Reid: Serial rapists hardly ever change victimology once it's established. It's based on a fantasy that's very specific.

Elle Greenaway: Maybe he's telling these women that no one's safe.

Jason Gideon: Call Hotch and Morgan. Tell them wheels're up as soon as we're cleared for take off.

Jennifer Jareau: Yes, sir.

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Alicia Jordan: Well, thanks.

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Voicemail: I think were ready to meet. Trust me. I know what you want.

William Lee: You came home early tonight.

Alicia Jordan: Oh God! No! No!

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Jason Gideon: Helen Keller once said "Although the world is full of suffering, but it is also full of overcoming it."

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Aaron Hotchner: You tend to forget, don't you?

Jason Gideon: What?

Aaron Hotchner: All the different moods on the plane. I think the mind set's different when the victims are still alive.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay, we got new information on last night's victim. Alicia Jordan, 38. M.O. is the same. He was waiting for her to get home, he broke in through the back, subdued her with a gun.

Aaron Hotchner: Answering machine?

Jennifer Jareau: I left a message about an hour or so before. I can't imagine being taunted like that in my own house, you know?

Jason Gideon: Well, the messages aren't taunts... They're overtures. "I think we're ready", "trust me". He's being sincere.

Derek Morgan: Sounds like we're dealing with a power reassurance rapist.

Spencer Reid: To him the message are courtships. He's introducing himself to the victims.

Aaron Hotchner: If that's the case, he must've stalked them to know so much about their lives.

Jason Gideon: First victims were all college students, all religious. Why change?

Derek Morgan: Have the police found any connection between the latest victims?

Jennifer Jareau: No, nothing yet.

Jason Gideon: We have to figure out what made him go off script.

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Maggie Callahan: Maggie Callahan, I'm the detective on this job.

Jason Gideon: Hey, Jason Gideon, how are you?

Aaron Hotchner: Aaron Hotchner.

Maggie Callahan: As soon as he changed victims, I knew I could use your help.

Jason Gideon: Your thoughts?

Maggie Callahan: Serial rapist usually have a set fantasy, I figured if we can get a handle on what made him change, it would give us our best shot at nailing this guy.

Aaron Hotchner: Is there a place where our team could set up?

Maggie Callahan: You got it. In the conference room.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Jason Gideon: Thank you.

Maggie Callahan: Agent Gideon, you're going to have to talk to a lot of victims. It would be helpful to have an extra female presence.

Jason Gideon: Can you promise me you'll be sensitive?

Maggie Callahan: As long as you promise me to stay pissed off at what happened to them. I've been on this case since day one. I don't want to have to step aside.

Jason Gideon: You will not have to. Thank you.

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Agent: Can you roll over to your other side please? Pull your gown down just a little.

Aaron Hotchner: Excuse us, please… Alicia, we're from the FBI. I realize you've already spoken to the police, but we were hoping that were... A few questions you could answer for us.

Alicia Jordan: Every time I think it's over someone else wants to photograph me or touch me or ask me to relive it.

Elle Greenaway: We will keep this short, I promise.

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Cheryl Cosgrove: When the attacks first started, they put guards on all the campus gates on campus. But that man still somehow got in the dorm rooms.

Derek Morgan: Had you noticed anyone new on campus?

Cheryl Cosgrove: We've already talked about this.

Maggie Callahan: I know it's hard, but sometimes it helps to go through it.

Derek Morgan: Maybe someone quiet, who seemed like he was always just a little too close.

Cheryl Cosgrove: I don't think so.

Jennifer Jareau: What about anyone that's suddenly not around anymore?

Cheryl Cosgrove: Before that man did what he did he told me I should get a dog for protection. And then he said or maybe you can let your parents have Dexter stay with you.

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Aaron Hotchner: You said that your attacker knew the things that you thought. What did you mean by that?

Alicia Jordan: He said that we weren't the type of people to just stay inside and read books. And he talked about taking me away to Positano, Italy, and drinking white wine and listening to Al Green.

Spencer Reid: Is there any significance to that?

Alicia Jordan: My favourite place in the world, the only alcohol I drink, and my favourite singer. I don't understand how he could know any of it.

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Derek Morgan: Any males in your life that you may have told about the family dog?

Cheryl Cosgrove: I don't have any experience with boys… There's no one I would've told.

Maggie Callahan: You need a second?

Cheryl Cosgrove: It's hard to focus sometimes.

Maggie Callahan: I know.

Cheryl Cosgrove: The police all act like just because he didn't kill you, he didn't somehow end your life.

Maggie Callahan: Did you take my advice and talk to someone?

Cheryl Cosgrove: There's always a priest available on campus.

Maggie Callahan: I mean, a woman.

Cheryl Cosgrove: I don't know. Maybe that would be good… So many lives have been ruined here… When I went to the doctor... He said that my injuries were minor.

Jennifer Jareau: And you think if they were somehow worse, it would be better?

Cheryl Cosgrove: I don't know.

Jennifer Jareau: Look at me. Someone hands over a wallet at gunpoint, everyone thinks that's the best thing to do. You did what you had to do to survive. Don't let anyone tell you different. All right? It's okay.

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Aaron Hotchner: I'm sorry, but I'm gonna have to ask you to listen to this and tell me if the man's attitude sounds the same as when he was in your house.

Voicemail: I think we're ready to meet. Trust me. I know what you want.

Alicia Jordan: He sounded different.

Elle Greenaway: How so?

Alicia Jordan: More nervous... Even though he had a gun. He always like he was afraid to talk.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Alicia Jordan: What difference does it matter how he sounded?

Spencer Reid: On the phone he can rehearse, and in the flesh he can't hide his true self.

Alicia Jordan: I don't understand.

Spencer Reid: In his delusion, the man thinks of these attacks as dates.

Alicia Jordan: I didn't do anything to make him think that.

Aaron Hotchner: We know you didn't.

Elle Greenaway: This is enough.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you very much.

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Aaron Hotchner: Everybody get some sleep. We've got a big day tomorrow.

Spencer Reid: What's up?

Elle Greenaway: I think I left my glasses in the car.

Spencer Reid: I'll keep you company.

Elle Greenaway: No, it's all right. We got to get to sleep.

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Jason Gideon: Be right there.

Maggie Callahan: I figured you wouldn't be sleeping either.

Jason Gideon: What are you doing here?

Maggie Callahan: I took a room on the hall.

Jason Gideon: You live four blocks away.

Maggie Callahan: Exactly. Why be separated from the work?

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Maggie Callahan: You stole the bathrobe?

Jason Gideon: Complimentary.

Maggie Callahan: I can't get something out of my head… Cheryl on campus today, she said so many lives here have been ruined.

Jason Gideon: Yeah?

Maggie Callahan: Only 20% of rapes are even reported.

Jason Gideon: You think... There are more victims out there?

Maggie Callahan: You figure a catholic school, the percentages are bound to hold.

Jason Gideon: Unsub's stressor might have been a rape that never got reported.

Maggie Callahan: Something made him change victims. Maybe he almost got caught. Maybe he's religious and felt guilty. Maybe a victim... Reminded him of his sister… Something… What do you think?

Jason Gideon: I think you got good instincts.

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Spencer Reid: Hey.

Elle Greenaway: Hi.

Spencer Reid: You okay?

Elle Greenaway: Yeah, why wouldn't I be?

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Elle Greenaway: No, really, come right in. You want to check my ID?

Spencer Reid: I thought maybe... You might want to talk.

Elle Greenaway: Don't go all profiler on me.

Spencer Reid: Elle, you got shot in your own home, and then you came back to the BAU like nothing even happened, thinking you might want to talk isn't profiling. It's psych 101… Please?

Elle Greenaway: After he shot me, he reached into my wound so he could write on the wall in my blood. I was barely conscious, but I... But I could feel his hand in there... And sometimes it's like I can still feel it.

Spencer Reid: Elle... He's dead. You're... You're right here… You won.

Elle Greenaway: Then here's to winning.

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Aaron Hotchner: Good morning. Thanks for coming in a little early. Good morning.

Derek Morgan: Lousy coffee's up.

Maggie Callahan: We just want you to hear what the FBI has gathered and get you on the streets.

Aaron Hotchner: So the guy we're looking for is a classic power reassurance rapist.

Spencer Reid: This differs from a power assertive rapist who attempts to humiliate and traumatize his victims, as well as the anger retaliatory rapist and the sexual sadist, whose attacks are also random and excessively brutal.

Aaron Hotchner: The reason that's important for you to know - he's the only kind of rapist who targets a specific victim.

Derek Morgan: He fantasizes that he's in a relationship with these women. Now, he doesn't come across them by accident. This is someone with access. He's the cable guy, or the locksmith. He's the guy who reads the gas meter. He can describe exactly what these women wear and how they smell. These details are what feed his fantasy. Now, we need you to look for the overlap between the sets of victims. Delivery men, lawn crew, handymen... Did the school share workers with any of the recent victims?

Spencer Reid: Because he sees these as relationships, he most likely lives alone.

Aaron Hotchner: And living alone allows him to indulge his delusion that he's in a relationship with these women.

Spencer Reid: Because of the discrepancy in the victim’s ages we can only pinpoint his age somewhere between 20 and 40 years old.

Derek Morgan: It's possible that he has a profession that he finds emasculating. So look for someone in their lives with a job that deviates from normal gender roles, something like a secretary.

Aaron Hotchner: We're sure that there is some overlap. This guy is a shadow at the edges of each of these women's lives.

Maggie Callahan: All right, that's square one. Resaves and be sure to relay information on shift change.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks very much.

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Jennifer Jareau: I looked into the idea of rapes that went unreported like you asked.

Aaron Hotchner: And?

Jennifer Jareau: 2 months ago, a female student at holy trinity committed suicide. She wasn't one of the reported victims, but her suicide corresponds almost exactly to when the campus attacks stopped… Maybe there are more victims out there.

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Don Norvell: I don't understand how our daughter's death is FBI business.

Aaron Hotchner: We're investigating a series of sexual assaults that took place on Shelly's campus.

Maggie Callahan: Were you aware of the attacks?

Beth Norvell: Of course. It was horrible.

Aaron Hotchner: There's no good way to say this, so I'm just going to ask. Is it possible that Shelly was raped, and that led to her suicide?

Beth Norvell: No, it's not.

Maggie Callahan: Did Shelly have any history of depression?

Don Norvell: She put a lot of pressure on herself. She got A's, volunteered with the youth group, played varsity volleyball in high school, but she always handled it with grace.

Aaron Hotchner: Did she leave a note? And if so, would it be possible for us to take it and analyze it?

Beth Norvell: There wasn't a note.

Aaron Hotchner: We will return it and with all due respect, this isn't something that I'm asking lightly.

Beth Norvell: With all due respect to you, you walk into my home, you ask if my daughter, who we buried 2 months ago, was also sexually violated.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm sorry.

Maggie Callahan: I have a little girl and I... Can't say how I'd react if something happened to her, but I would like to believe that I would do whatever was necessary to make sure that no other family went through that same pain.

Beth Norvell: I'd like to go lie down.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you for your time.

Don Norvell: I'll see you out… I love my wife.

Maggie Callahan: I'm sure you do.

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Aaron Hotchner: She was raped.

Maggie Callahan: The unsub got her pregnant. "I'm choosing the sin of suicide over the sin of abortion, because I can't bring his baby into the world. Please don't hate me, Shelly."

Aaron Hotchner: The attacks at the college stopped two months ago, right after Shelly's suicide. That had have been the stressor.

Maggie Callahan: He thinks of these as relationships. In his mind Shelly killed their baby.

Aaron Hotchner: Jason? Hotch. We need to go back to the last victim and ask one more question.

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Jason Gideon: Did he say anything to you about children, family?

Alicia Jordan: No.

Spencer Reid: Did he mention anything about suicide? Refer to a personal tragedy, somebody he was maybe in a relationship with?

Alicia Jordan: Why are you asking me this?

Jason Gideon: One of the victims took her own life when she realized the rapist got her pregnant.

Elle Greenaway: What is it?

Alicia Jordan: I'm trying to have a baby.

Elle Greenaway: For how long?

Alicia Jordan: I had an appointment at the clinic to talk about insemination a few days before I was attacked.

Spencer Reid: Did anyone else know about that?

Alicia Jordan: I just decided… I'm 38… I figured I couldn't afford to just wait around for the right man to show up.

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Derek Morgan: I talked the other 2 victims in their 30s. they had both gone to a fertility clinic within 5 days of their attack.

Elle Greenaway: Same one each time?

Derek Morgan: Yep.

Jason Gideon: Have Garcia run down employment records. They might be looking at someone who works there or who has access to their medical records.

Elle Greenaway: You got it. What's the significance of the 5 days?

Spencer Reid: The most popular fertility drug is Clomiphene, and the clinic would most likely have a policy not to attempt insemination until the drug regimen is complete.

Derek Morgan: So then getting there before they begin the insemination process would guarantee the unsub paternity.

Elle Greenaway: He's trying to get them pregnant.

Spencer Reid: He hasn't changed his fantasy, he's merely found a way to perfect it.

Derek Morgan: Well, that explains a change in victimology.  He's targeted young, ultra-religious girls, who he assumed wouldn't want to have an abortion.

Elle Greenaway: So when shelly killed herself, he decided change it up and go after women who were desperate to have a baby.

Jason Gideon: The unsub knew Shelly Norvell was pregnant, means he's still watching his past victims… Elle, talk to Callahan, tell them we need patrols monitoring everyone on that victim list.

Elle Greenaway: You got it.

Derek Morgan: You ever seen anything like this before?

Spencer Reid: Gary Heidnick in Philadelphia. He kept women in a dungeon prisoner for years with the hopes of impregnating them.

Jason Gideon: Heidnick was a sexual sadist. He tortured the women and even ended up eating one of them. This is a power reassurance rapist.

Derek Morgan: So in this guy's twisted mind, these are love stories?

Jason Gideon: Of course, they are. He's starting families.

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Dr. Wagner: I'm sorry, but whoever's committing these crimes couldn't work at this clinic. I'm the only man here.

Aaron Hotchner: But that doesn't mean there isn't a connection. We need your help to figure out what it might be.

Dr. Wagner: Could you excuse me, just a minute? Can you just fill that out? That's great. Just right there… Look, what's happening is just horrible, but the margins on the clinic like this are incredibly slim. And if word gets out there's a connection to this rapist, my practice would be ruined.

Maggie Callahan: To be honest I don't care about your practice. 3 women were raped after coming here. That's not a coincidence. It's a pattern.

Dr. Wagner: If you're implying that I could be a suspect. I should let you know that I had a vasectomy 25 years ago.

Aaron Hotchner: We just want to know if there's anyone in and out of this clinic who fits the profile.

Derek Morgan: Quiet, lives alone, awkward with women, yet hangs around the office a little too long just to be near them.

Dr. Wagner: No, it's just a small clinic. I only hire women. My patients are just much more comfortable around them.

Aaron Hotchner: What about elsewhere, computer support, janitor?

Dr. Wagner: My daughter handles all of the technical business and I have a cleaning crew of... Two women. Sorry.

Aaron Hotchner: What is that, doctor?

Dr. Wagner: It's just a questionnaire we hand out to learn more about our client base.

Derek Morgan: This is everything the unsub knew about the victims.

Maggie Callahan: Who else sees these?

Dr. Wagner: I don't compromise the medical privacy of my patients.

Aaron Hotchner: Who else sees these?

Dr. Wagner: Well, I sell the forms to a direct marketing company called First Hand Media. They just target buying habits. No medical information changes hands… It's not illegal.

Maggie Callahan: Yeah, but the margins on a place like this, word gets out, your practice would be ruined.

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Penelope Garcia: Dayton, Ohio, you're on the air.

Derek Morgan: I'd like to make a request.

Penelope Garcia: With that sultry voice? You name it.

Derek Morgan: All right, listen, it's a marketing firm by the name of First Hand Media. I want you to see if they have any connection to the colleges from the first set of victims.

Penelope Garcia: Behold, First Hand Media processes all the freshman orientation questionnaires.

Derek Morgan: That's a beautiful thing. One last favour. Look up the words sexy and brilliant in that computer of yours and tell me what you come up with.

Penelope Garcia: Look at that, it's me.

Derek Morgan: You are a goddess woman. Ciao.

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Derek Morgan: It was a... It was a work call.

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Craig Dyson: You really think this rapist is one of my guys?

Jason Gideon: Well, he's used to being in stranger’s homes, always on the phone. That's how he's confident. Thanks to your research, he feels like he knows these women.

Spencer Reid: Create a list of any employees you have that worked in a fertility clinic and university questionnaires.

Craig Dyson: I give every employee complete access to all of our materials. It helps keep them fresh if they can alternate between types of calls.

Jason Gideon: So I fill out my intimate personal information and then you just share it with everyone you have working here for minimum wage?

Craig Dyson: I sense an attitude.

Elle Greenaway: We need copies of every single questionnaire that you got from the clinic. We can get a warrant here in about an hour if you prefer.

Craig Dyson: If you think about it, all I'm doing is profiling, just like you guys.

Jason Gideon: Let's not think about it.

Spencer Reid: All these?

Craig Dyson: We cover the entire Great Lakes region.

Spencer Reid: Let's narrow it down. The guy we're looking for is a male, white. Between the ages of 20 and 40, socially awkward and unable to make connections easily.

Craig Dyson: I have 250 employees. Most of those are men and every single one of them match the description you just gave me.

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Derek Morgan: I heard you ran into a wall of paper.

Aaron Hotchner: You can lock your doors, but these people still find a way into your home. Elle, it might be worth going back to the victims. It's a long shot, but maybe somebody remembers a first name from a telemarketing call.

Elle Greenaway: Yeah, the unsub feels a connection with them. So he wouldn't lie or use an alias.

Derek Morgan: We know this guy's DNA is not in the system, but I'll cross-check employment records against sexual misdemeanours: peeping, exposure.

Aaron Hotchner: Good.

Spencer Reid: Separated Dayton forms from the rest of the region.

Aaron Hotchner: So, what do we know from the latest set of victims?

Jennifer Jareau: They're all single and all over 35.

Spencer Reid: Each of them also indicated recently buying books on babies and childbearing.

Aaron Hotchner: So he knows they're committed to having children, which means they're much less likely to abort, even in the cases of rape.

Jennifer Jareau: Get this, each of the victims also checked the yes box when asked if it would be okay to contact them on special deals on pediatric items.

Spencer Reid: In the unsub's mind they've consented. He thinks he's doing them a service.

Aaron Hotchner: Check those forms for each of those elements. If we can narrow it down to a potential list of victims, we can be waiting for him… Any hits?

Jennifer Jareau: Got one.

Aaron Hotchner: Reid?

Spencer Reid: Nothing.

Jennifer Jareau: It's the only one?

Spencer Reid: It's a small city. There can't be very many single women in their late 30s going to the exact same fertility clinic.

Aaron Hotchner: So, we know who he's going after next.

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Officer: Hello, police. Anybody there? I guess no one's home.

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Maggie Callahan: There was no forced entry. We're still not sure how he got in.

Derek Morgan: M. O.'s the same?

Maggie Callahan: No.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm going to take a look inside.

Elle Greenaway: What the hell are your men doing?

Maggie Callahan: Excuse me?

Elle Greenaway: You can have men outside the door, but a woman can still get raped inside.

Maggie Callahan: They knocked, there was no answer, there was no legal cause to enter.

Elle Greenaway: So, they just walked away?

Maggie Callahan: No, they left messages that it was urgent, she contact the police.

Elle Greenaway: Which must be on the machine right after that creep left a message saying he was going to rape her.

Maggie Callahan: They did everything in their power.

Elle Greenaway: You just keep telling yourself that.

Derek Morgan: Elle.

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Aaron Hotchner: Excuse me. How bad were her injuries?

Detective: She's lucky. They're relatively minor.

Aaron Hotchner: Do me a favour, don't tell her that she's lucky.

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Aaron Hotchner: There's not a potential victim in the questionnaires. Who knows when we're going to get another shot at him.

Jason Gideon: The noose is tightening.

Aaron Hotchner: You saw that stack of forms. This company handles the entire Great Lakes region. If he thinks we're close, he can take off and he's got a whole new list of victims in another city.

Jason Gideon: What do you think?

Maggie Callahan: When he started with college students, he raped one a week. Now, he has to wait for the right set of circumstances, but he wants more victims.

Aaron Hotchner: Let's give him one. You think Elle's ready for it?

Jason Gideon: We'll be there for her.

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Elle Greenaway: What's my story?

Jason Gideon: You're a legal secretary, 36, divorced. Back there, the questionnaire's 2 days. So in the unsub's mind he's already behind his normal schedule.

Derek Morgan: This guy's itching for another victim, though. Once he sees that form he's going to want to stake you out.

Aaron Hotchner: You need to let him see you. He wants to know when you leave, When you come home, when you have friends over. He breaks into these houses when the women are away. So, he needs to see you leave.

Derek Morgan: All we need to do is get him to breach that door. Once we get him on breaking and entering, we got reason to get DNA and his ass is ours.

Jason Gideon: Another thing, don't go out with your gun on, it's too risky. If he sees it, we might lose him. Keep it someplace inside so you can get to it easily.

Derek Morgan: I'm going to be right out front, Hotch and Gideon will be around the corner in the surveillance van.

Aaron Hotchner: And, don't forget you're wired. So... We'll be with you at all times.

Derek Morgan: Hey! Good?

Elle Greenaway: I'm good.

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Derek Morgan: She's in.

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Aaron Hotchner: Why isn't she leaving? She needs to get out of there.

Jason Gideon: What is that?

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan, call her.

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Derek Morgan: Come on, pick up. pick up… I think we might have company.

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Penelope Garcia: Talk to me, tiger.

Derek Morgan: Garcia, I need you to run a plate for me. Peter Mary Six Eight Yellow Three.

Penelope Garcia: William Lee, 10308 Pinehurst avenue.

Derek Morgan: Ok, can you give me where he works?

Penelope Garcia: Feel my speed… He works for First Hand Media.

Derek Morgan: All right, I got it. Thanks… It's him.

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Jason Gideon: Bingo.

Aaron Hotchner: Alpha, bravo, she's on the move.

Jason Gideon: What's she doing with her gun out?

Aaron Hotchner: Just get in the car. Don't let him know that you see him.

Jason Gideon: What is she doing? Easy, baby.

Aaron Hotchner: She's panicking.

Jason Gideon: Easy, easy.

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Derek Morgan: Come on, Elle. Back off. Back off. We've got no reason to bring him in.

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Aaron Hotchner: Don't blow it. Don't blow it.

Jason Gideon: Go, go, go!

Aaron Hotchner: Everybody, go.

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Elle Greenaway: FBI, put your hands where I can see them. Get out of the car! Right now! Get on the ground! Put your palms up!

William Lee: I was just checking my...

Elle Greenaway: Shut up!

William Lee: I was just stopping to look at my map.

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William Lee: You got no reason to keep me here.

Aaron Hotchner: We know you work at First Hand Media and you had access to information about all these women.

William Lee: But I didn't do anything wrong.

Jason Gideon: We know that. I apologize… We know how much you care about these women. You do care about them, don't you?

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Spencer Reid: He's 28 years old and has a high school diploma, but he's had 12 jobs in the past 10 years.

Derek Morgan: Home life?

Spencer Reid: He lived with his mother until she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer 6 months ago.

Derek Morgan: One last chance to make mama proud, by starting a family.

Spencer Reid: How are they playing it?

Derek Morgan: Deep empathy.

Spencer Reid: Smart.

Derek Morgan: Yeah. well, it better work. If they don't get him to confess, we got no reason to hold him.

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Aaron Hotchner: We know that dating those younger girls was a mistake. They were just too immature.

Jason Gideon: Older ones are. They're looking to start families.

Aaron Hotchner: They're even willing to shell out a lot of money just to have kids.

William Lee: Let's just say that that's true, but then whoever would have been with them would've been helping.

Jason Gideon: That's what we were saying. You're the best thing that's ever happened to them.

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Spencer Reid: Who's this?

Derek Morgan: No, no, no, no. Son of a bitch.

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Jason Gideon: Why don't you volunteer a DNA sample? If you were the kid, wouldn't you want to know who your father was?

Lawyer: Don't say another word.

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Derek Morgan: This is over.

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Lawyer: I'm advising my client not to answer any more questions. I'm assuming that we're free to go.

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Elle Greenaway: You're letting him walk?

Derek Morgan: Back off, Elle.

Elle Greenaway: You don't know what he's done.

Aaron Hotchner: The only reason he's walking is because you panicked.

Elle Greenaway: I'm supposed to believe that you've got my back?

Aaron Hotchner: What are you saying to me?

Elle Greenaway: The last time you sent me home, Hotch, it got me shot.

Jason Gideon: Walk with me, right now.

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Jason Gideon: You need to get some air… While you do, I want you to think about this job. What you've been through, what you're capable of. Do you understand me?

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Maggie Callahan: So, what happens now? Do you stay?

Aaron Hotchner: You have your man, you just have to wait for him to slip up.

Maggie Callahan: You said yourself he has access to information on women for an 8-state region.

Jason Gideon: Look, you're a good cop, my money's on you. Get some rest, my friend. Wheel's up tomorrow at noon.

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Elle Greenaway: Is this what you do? You wait for them until they get home?

William Lee: You're not supposed to be here.

Elle Greenaway: What, you can't talk to a woman without a gun in your hand? You and I both know what you are and you're not going to hurt women anymore.

William Lee: I would never hurt them, you know that. That's why you let me go.

Elle Greenaway: I didn't let you do anything.

William Lee: You're very pretty.

Elle Greenaway: What did you just say to me?

William Lee: Why do you choose to do a job that is so dangerous? You should find a man to take care of you.

Elle Greenaway: Oh, like you took care of those women?

William Lee: Now you're trying to interrogate me. You know you're not supposed to do that.

Elle Greenaway: I'm just here to let you know that I'm not going to rest until you go away.

William Lee: You're here because you want me to say thank you.

Elle Greenaway: You're sick.

William Lee: Really? Because... Without you I would still be locked up.

Elle Greenaway: I didn't let you walk.

William Lee: Thank you… You've made a lot of women very happy.

Elle Greenaway: Hey, Lee.

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Maggie Callahan: What happened?

Elle Greenaway: I was having a conversation with him and he drew his weapon and I fired.

Maggie Callahan: You all right?

Elle Greenaway: I am, thank you.

Maggie Callahan: Can't let you speak to her until she's been processed. Procedure.

Aaron Hotchner: What happened?

Maggie Callahan: She came to stake his place out, he saw her, he had a gun. Don't worry, it's cut and dry. Self-defense. She'll have her badge back by tomorrow.

Jason Gideon: Thank you.

Maggie Callahan: Come on Elle, let's go.

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