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#207 : La Règle des trois

Scénariste : Andrew Wilder
Réalisateur : Matt Earl Beesley

Un homme kidnappe trois adolescentes et les enferme dans une pièce. Il leur dit que seulement deux d'entre elles vont vivre et qu'elle doivent choisir laquelle va mourir. L'unité d'élite de Aaron Hotchner intervient sur l'affaire lorsque l'une des mères des jeunes filles demande à J.J. son aide.

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Titre VO
North Mammon

Titre VF
La Règle des trois

Première diffusion
01.11.2006

Première diffusion en France
19.09.2007

Vidéos

Morgan Reid 2x07

Morgan Reid 2x07

  

Criminal Minds 2x07 - Garcia loves it when Reid says 'butts'

Criminal Minds 2x07 - Garcia loves it when Reid says 'butts'

  

Photos promo

Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) et Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) inspectent une voiture.

Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) et Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) inspectent une voiture.

Les agents de la BAU aident la police locale sur place.

Les agents de la BAU aident la police locale sur place.

Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) et Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin).

Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) et Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin).

Derek regarde attentivement dans la voiture.

Derek regarde attentivement dans la voiture.

Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson).

Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson).

Aaron est aux côtés de ses collègues.

Aaron est aux côtés de ses collègues.

Jennifer Jareau (A.J. Cook).

Jennifer Jareau (A.J. Cook).

Spencer Reid a retrouvé une casquette.

Spencer Reid a retrouvé une casquette.

Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore).

Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore).

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N°029

Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Mandy Patinkin ... Jason Gideon
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Matthew Gray Gubler ... Spencer Reid
   - Shemar Moore ... Derek Morgan
   - A.J. Cook ... Jennifer Jareau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Jason Beghe ... Sheriff Yates
   - Jamie McShane ... Peter Chambers
   - Lisa Waltz ... Judy Homefeldt
   - Mimi Michaels ... Brooke Chambers
   - Kayla Mae Maloney ... Polly Homefeldt
   - Kelly Kruger ... Kelly Seymour
   - Tom Schmid ... Marcus Younger
   - Todd Jeffries ... Don Haas
   - Dean Cudworth ... Tom Sikes

Le soir d'un grand match, trois cheerleaders sont kidnappés par un homme qui les enferme dans une sorte de cave. Il leur promet que deux d'entre elles sortiront vivantes à la condition qu'elles décident laquelle des 3 les deux autres devront tuer. La mère d'une des filles débarque au DSC pour demander de l'aide. Elle est persuadée que les filles ont été enlevé malgré le message annonçant une virée. JJ réussit à convaincre l'équipe que quelque chose cloche. 

Le FBI arrive sur les lieux. Le sergeant n'est pas ultra chaud à l'idée de l'aide. Morgan et Reid vont étudier la maison. Ils en déduisent qu'il y a eu menace ou qu'elles connaissaient leur agresseur. Le DSC est persuadé que c'est quelqu'un de la communauté. Et ils trouvent des mégots de cigarettes devant la maison d'une des filles. La voiture d'une des filles est également retrouvée. Cela fait 5 jours et les trois filles commencent à craquer, surtout une qui est fortement fièvreuse.

Le DSC établit alors le profil: il a planifié dans le but de les garder en vie, sinon elles seraient déjà morte ou rançon. Il y a une date limite, celle de vendredi. C'est quelqu'un de la communauté car il savait quand les filles seraient seules et où laisser la voiture dans le but quelle soit retrouvée mais pas trop vite. C'est quelqu'un d'intelligent, patient. Il a un endroit isolé, secret, sûr pour cacher les proies qu'on ne peut pas trouver. Il a un travail qui permettait de les observer sans être suspecter. Dernier détail: il n'était pas à la grande fête de vendredi.

Un des pères quitte les lieux quand l'adn des mégots donne un nom, celui de l'entraineur de l'équipe de foot féminin dont elles font partie. On retrouve alors le père tapant l'entraineur. On découvre alors que le père avait fait libérer l'entraineur dans une histoire où il était suspecté de délits sexuels (relation avec une prostituée mineure). Mais il est innocent, car visible sur des vidéos lors de la fête.

Pendant ce temps, les filles sont à bout de nerf et la malde est sûre que la nerveuse a un plan pour la tuer.

De son coté, Morgan retrouve les maillots des filles près d'un môtel. Et le père d'une des filles vient une fois par mois dans ce môtel. Le DSC l'interroge et il avoue à Hotchner qu'il s'y rend parce qu'il a une relation homosexuelle avec un père de famille mariée. Le DSC comprend que les indices ont été laissé pour tromper la police. Le DSC estime que les deux impliqués ne le sont par hasard. Le kidnappeur leur en veut.

Pendant ce temps, la nerveuse tente de convaincre la troisième de tuer la malade qui dort. Elle explique qu'elles vont mourir de faim toutes les trois si elles n'en tuent pas une. Elle convainc la troisième avec l'argument de sa mère qui restera seule si elle meurt. Elles prennent alors la décision de tuer la malade. Le kidnappeur leur envoit alors un marteau.

Le DSC regroupe tous les parents des disparues et ils cherchent à savoir qui aurait subi quelque chose d'eux trois. Les parents s'engueulent alors. Au même moment, le kidnappeur ramène derrière le poste de police deux des disparues : la malade et la troisième, tous deux avec des éclaboussures de sang sur leurs visages.

Gideon Hotchner essayent de les faire parler mais elles restent traumatisées. En allant chercher de l'eau, JJ apprend par un des pères que leur point commun est qu'ils étaient tous dans la même équipe de foot américain. JJ va parler à la troisième fille et elle lui montre la photo de l'équipe de foot des parents. De son coté, la malade explique ce qui s'est passé: la malade a pris le marteau et a tué dans le dos la nerveuse pendant qu'elle cherchait encore à convaincre la troisième. La troisième de son coté, reconnait le kidnappeur sur la photo. Morgan remarque que c'est le mec qui a retrouvé les maillots derrière l'hôtel. La police va alors chez lui. Ils le retrouvent dans la cave, à coté du cadavre et ils l'arrêtent.

Coach Bunting: 13 and 0, 13 and 0! 13 and 0! 13 and 0! Next Friday, our children will be asked a question. How they answer that will define us all. The question is: when victory and defeat, life and death, hang in the balance, what... Are... You... Capable of? State championship! Number one!

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Brooke Chambers: Same speech he gives every year.

Kelly Seymour: That's because it works every year.

Brooke Chambers: What are you doing? You hate football.

Kelly Seymour: My brother's on the team.

Brooke Chambers: You hate your brother. Besides, did I ask you not to go to the pep rally?

Kelly Seymour: Did I ask you to dump the quarterback?

Brooke Chambers: Very nice.

Polly Homefeldt: Come on, guys. We're all tired, we're all hungry and we all know the second you get some of this pizza, you'll remember how much you love each other… You ok?

Brooke Chambers: Yeah. It's just a little cough, it's not going to kill me… Thanks for hanging with me.

Kelly Seymour: Always. Besides, thank your daddy for leaving us the house all weekend.

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Kelly Seymour: I need some air… Give me this.

Brooke Chambers: Polly.

Polly Homefeldt: Yeah?

Brooke Chambers: Go on. I'll be right in.

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Polly Homefeldt: Okay, I'm going to go shower.

Kelly Seymour: Okay… Hey, garbage girl, better not forget to wash your hands.

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Marcus Younger: Do what I say, Polly, or Brooke and Kelly die. Now, get dressed.

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Polly Homefeldt: Are you ok?

Kelly Seymour: What does this guy want?

Polly Homefeldt: I don't know. Did you tell him our names?

Brooke Chambers: What?

Polly Homefeldt: He called us by name. Did you tell him?

Brooke Chambers: No.

Kelly Seymour: She's right. He knew our names.

Polly Homefeldt: What does that mean?

Brooke Chambers: That he knows us, that he's someone we know?

Kelly Seymour: Well, if he knows us, why hasn't he talked to us?

Brooke Chambers: 'Cause he's some kind of freak! If he comes back, we have to fight him together.

Kelly Seymour: Right. This time, we fight, no matter what. Okay? He can't take all 3 of us at the same time.

Brooke Chambers: We all attack him at once.

Polly Homefeldt: Are you sure you're okay?

Kelly Seymour: God! What does this guy want?

Marcus Younger: To choose.

Brooke Chambers: To choose what?

Marcus Younger: Two of you will leave this room alive... One of you will die. You choose.

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Jennifer Jareau: Mrs. Homefeldt? Hi. I'm Agent Jareau.

Judy Homefeldt: Thank you for seeing me.

Jennifer Jareau: My aunt said it was an emergency.

Judy Homefeldt: Yeah. She said to give this to you. You played soccer.

Jennifer Jareau: I don't understand.

Judy Homefeldt: My daughter Polly, played soccer too, for North Mammon. The varsity team. She got a scholarship to Penn State.

Jennifer Jareau: Forgive me, ma'am. My aunt didn't really explain to me the nature of this emergency.

Judy Homefeldt: No one is looking for them… Here. My daughter and her two friends, they've been missing for 5 days, and I know someone took them, but no one will believe me.

Jennifer Jareau: Missing?

Judy Homefeldt: Yeah… This... This here... This... This is you, right? I mean, you found this girl, right?

Jennifer Jareau: No, no, not just me. The team here did.

Judy Homefeldt: It's been 5 days now. Can you ask them to help me? Because no one is looking for my Polly.

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Aaron Hotchner: Well, as much as we might want to take this case, we have to be invited by local authorities. I'm sure that this friend of your aunt's is very concerned, but it just doesn't work that way.

Jennifer Jareau: I called the police chief. He faxed over an official request for our assistance… This is Brooke Chambers. Her father, Peter, a widower, left her home alone for the weekend. Polly Homefeldt and Kelly Seymour were sleeping over Saturday night. At 9:35 p.m. during the town's pep rally for the high school football team, both Kelly and Polly called home.

Polly Homefeldt: It's me. I know this is last minute, but please don't be angry. Brooke, Kelly and I are going to take off on a road trip for a few days, sort of our last adventure before graduation. We'll be back Friday night. Love you. Bye.

Jennifer Jareau: Kelly Seymour left this message on her parents' machine 44 seconds later.

Kelly Seymour: It's me. I know this is last minute, but please don't be angry. Brooke, Polly, and I are going to take off on a road trip for a few days, sort of our last adventure before graduation. We'll be back Friday night. Love you, bye.

Spencer Reid: Exactly the same.

Jennifer Jareau: Word for word. Both calls made were made from Brooke's cell, which has since been turned off.

Penelope Garcia: And there's been no activity on their cell phones or ATM cards since Saturday.

Aaron Hotchner: It does sound like they were reading from a script.

Penelope Garcia: And obviously, since the phone's turned off, I can't use it to locate the girls, but I have an open trap on the number in case it gets turned back on.

Derek Morgan: Okay, guys, guys, not for nothing. I remember my senior year in high school. Isn't it possible these girls just took off on a road trip?

Jennifer Jareau: No… Absolutely not. Polly accepted an athletic scholarship to Penn state… I was a high school athlete, just like these girls… I was these girls. They don't smoke, they don't do drugs, they don't drink during the season, and they do not jeopardize a full-ride scholarship by cutting school and missing practice.

Derek Morgan: Okay. I hear you, JJ. It has been 5 days. There's a chance these girls... There's a chance we may not find them.

Jason Gideon: I don't think so.

Aaron Hotchner: Why not?

Spencer Reid: The phone messages. If they were reading from a script, they said, "I'll see you next Friday", not two days, not two weeks, Friday.

Jason Gideon: Why be that specific? My guess is we have until Friday to find them.

Spencer Reid: Two days.

Jennifer Jareau: So, are we taking this case?

Aaron Hotchner: Wheels up in 30 minutes.

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Jennifer Jareau: Legendary basketball coach John Wooden said, "It's not so important who starts the game, but who finishes it."

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Tom Sikes: Hi, I'm sergeant Sikes, Tom, if you want.

Derek Morgan: Derek Morgan. Agent Gideon, Dr. Reid.

Jason Gideon: Jason Gideon. How are you?

Tom Sikes: Hope we haven't brought you folks out here for nothing.

Spencer Reid: You don't believe the girls are missing?

Tom Sikes: It's not really the kind of thing that happens around here, you know?

Jason Gideon: You'd be surprised to know how many times we hear that.

Tom Sikes: Still, I've been through the house myself and nothing looks out of place at all.

Derek Morgan: You talk to chambers, the father?

Tom Sikes: Haven't located him yet.

Derek Morgan: Is that unusual?

Tom Sikes: Chambers is a lawyer. He's always out of town on business.

Jason Gideon: November 3rd. That's tomorrow.

Tom Sikes: State championship football game. North Mammon is finally back in it.

Derek Morgan: Show us inside.

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Jennifer Jareau: Chief Yates, Jennifer Jareau, we spoke on the phone.

Jeff Yates: Hi.

Jennifer Jareau: This is Agent Hotchner.

Jeff Yates: Hi, Jeff Yates. Hi, Judy. Hey, why don't you go on inside and make yourself comfortable. We'll be in in a minute.

Judy Homefeldt: Okay.

Aaron Hotchner: Chief Yates, there's not much of a case file yet.

Jeff Yates: Listen, I can't get anyone to agree the girls are actually missing.

Jennifer Jareau: Mrs. Homefeldt certainly believes it.

Jeff Yates: Yeah, well, I wouldn't put too much stock in what Judy Homefeldt thinks.

Jennifer Jareau: Why is that?

Jeff Yates: She's got a history of mental problems.

Aaron Hotchner: What kind of history?

Jeff Yates: Depression. Just heard she's even on medication.

Jennifer Jareau: Didn't she raise Polly on her own after her husband abandoned her, what, 12 years ago?

Jeff Yates: That's right. Yeah.

Jennifer Jareau: If you were in her place, don't you think you'd be a little depressed?

Jeff Yates: Point taken.

Aaron Hotchner: Chief, if you're not sure the girls are missing, why would you request our help?

Jeff Yates: Listen, something happened. I'm just not sure what and if it's bad, I'll take all the help I can get. Plus, your Agent Jareau can be pretty convincing.

Aaron Hotchner: Are the parents inside?

Jeff Yates: Well, Kelly's parents are in there. We still haven't been able to track down Brooke's father, Pete. He's... Well, he travels a lot. Listen, these people are my friends, okay? Let me tell you... They're my neighbours, good people. I don't want anybody assuming that they're involved.

Aaron Hotchner: We just got here, we're not assuming anything.

Jeff Yates: Go ahead.

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Derek Morgan: You were right, sergeant. No forced entry, no sign of struggle. If someone did attack these girls, they chose to comply pretty fast.

Tom Sikes: If.

Spencer Reid: There were only two ways to immediately get compliance without the use of force, that's either the threat of force or previously established trust.

Derek Morgan: Whoever it was, it took a lot of planning. Detailed information about the girls. When Brooke's father was gone, when the other parents were out.

Tom Sikes: How do you mean?

Derek Morgan: He knew they'd have to leave messages. With that script, they couldn't have talked to the parents directly.

Spencer Reid: Close family friend or a stalker.

Tom Sikes: The folks here look after each other. There's no way an outsider stalked these girls without being noticed.

Jason Gideon: We have to assume the people who abducted these girls were members of the community. Would have needed a spot to watch her from.

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Elaine Seymour: Should we expect a ransom demand?

Aaron Hotchner: Kidnappers who want money contact the families to prove they have possession of the victim. They don't call to conceal it.

Gill Seymour: Kidnappers. Are we sure they just haven't run off?

Aaron Hotchner: It's pretty unusual the girls left identical messages.

Jennifer Jareau: They feel scripted.

Aaron Hotchner: Why would Kelly run off?

Gill Seymour: Here's the thing. This is a football town, Kelly plays girl's soccer. Our son is on the football team. This week, the football is all anyone cares about. That didn't always sit right with Kelly.

Elaine Seymour: Should it, Gill? Should her being told that she's not as important sit right with her?

Gill Seymour: I didn't say she wasn't as important.

Elaine Seymour: You never said it.

Gill Seymour: No, it's going to be all right. She'll be back after the game, you'll see.

Jeff Yates: Come on, I got some tissue in the office.

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Derek Morgan: You can see all the windows from here.

Jason Gideon: Someone's spent a lot of time here.

Tom Sikes: Damn.

Jason Gideon: Has it rained since Saturday night?

Tom Sikes: No.

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Penelope Garcia: He who seeks the queen of all knowledge, speak and be recognized.

Spencer Reid: Garcia, we're sending you some cigarettes.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, why not a flesh-eating virus? It'll be faster and far less painful.

Spencer Reid: We need some butts rushed to the lab for DNA analysis.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, Reid, I love it when you say butts. Send away, sugar. Bang bang for now.

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Tom Sikes: Do you really think someone from our town's involved in this?

Jason Gideon: You said it yourself, an outsider would have been noticed.

Tom Sikes: Sergeant Sikes… What?

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Aaron Hotchner: Looks like Chief Yates won himself a title back in the day. They do like their football.

Jennifer Jareau: Trust me, it's like a religion.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you think it strange that with three girls missing, cancelling tomorrow night's game?

Jennifer Jareau: Come on, Hotch, it's football. They know they can play without girls.

Jeff Yates: Just found Brooke's car... Abandoned.

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Brooke Chambers: I'm freezing.

Kelly Seymour: We're all cold, we're all hungry.

Polly Homefeldt: She has a fever.

Kelly Seymour: Complaining about it isn't going to make it any better.

Polly Homefeldt: Do you have to be so mean?

Kelly Seymour: Mean? Some jerk locks us in a box, and I'm mean?

Polly Homefeldt: You don't see Brooke and me jumping on you about it.

Kelly Seymour: I don't see you or Brooke doing a damn thing!

Brooke Chambers: Guys, this is what he wants.

Polly Homefeldt: How long have we been down here?

Kelly Seymour: We don't even know where here is.

Brooke Chambers: He doesn't want us to know. He wants to break us down. It's called sensory depravation.

Kelly Seymour: It's not going to work! You hear me, you son of a bitch?! It's not going to work!

Brooke Chambers: Yes, it will. If he doesn't give us water and food... It will work. We could die down here.

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Spencer Reid: It's covered in dust. It must've been here for quite a while.

Derek Morgan: So much for the spontaneous road trip.

Jason Gideon: This isn't a very travelled area.

Tom Sikes: Not really.

Derek Morgan: So, the car's left in town where it would eventually be found.

Jason Gideon: Eventually.

Spencer Reid: Gideon, it's from the football team. It says K.E. on the brim.

Tom Sikes: Could be Kip Engler.

Derek Morgan: Who?

Tom Sikes: Ah, he's the quarterback. He and Brooke were an item. What, you think he had something to do with this?

Jason Gideon: Was he at the pep rally Saturday night?

Tom Sikes: Yeah, he was the star of it.

Jason Gideon: Then no. But I think we know the kind of person we're looking for.

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Aaron Hotchner: Brooke, Kelly and Polly have been missing for 5 days. Usually in cases like this we wouldn't expect to find them alive. However, in this case, we don't believe that to be true.

Derek Morgan: The person responsible spent considerable time and energy planning the abduction. He did not do all this work to simply kill the girls once he had them. Otherwise, he would've done it at the Chamber's house. He certainly seemed to know he had the time.

Spencer Reid: And he had Kelly and Polly reference Friday in the messages they left for their parents.

Derek Morgan: We think the unsub has something planned for the night of your championship game.

Jason Gideon: We are certain the unsub is someone from this community.

Peter Chambers: How do you know that?

Jason Gideon: Because, Mr. Chambers, he didn't have your daughter leave you a phone message or a note, did he?

Peter Chambers: Not that I know of.

Jason Gideon: 'Cause he knew you'd be out of town for a while. Just like he knew the dump site for the car would eventually be found. Everything points to him giving himself time.

Peter Chambers: Time for what?

Jason Gideon: I don't know yet, sir.

Peter Chambers: Well, what's been done about it?

Jennifer Jareau: Sir, I'm with the FBI. We're going to need some information.

Peter Chambers: Wait a minute… If someone from this town's taken my Brooke, I wanna know what's being done about it.

Jennifer Jareau: Yes, I know, sir. If you'd just come with me. I will explain everything. All right? Thank you.

Spencer Reid: Predatory abductors like this unsub are intelligent, patient and cautious. They like to watch everything: the victims, the families, the police. He's surely watching us now and may even attempt to inject himself into our investigation.

Jason Gideon: We also know that predatory abductors prepare a nest, prior to the abduction. A remote cabin, an underground bunker, a secret secure place that only he has access to. Designed to confine and conceal his prey once his hunting is done.

Jeff Yates: Should we be looking for this nest?

Spencer Reid: You'd never find it. For his nest, predatory abductor John Jemelske built a sophisticated dungeon complex under a Suburban Syracuse home, where he documented every detail of the torture he carried out upon the victims he kept there for 3 years. The man who kidnapped these girls has a relationship or a job that permitted him to get close enough to watch them. We must focus on those people who had access.

Aaron Hotchner: A family member, a teacher, a next door neighbour, it sounds cliché but often it is the person you least suspect.

Jason Gideon: One more thing to remember… We're looking for someone who was not at the pep rally. Ask the community, I'm sure somebody videotaped it. You can go through the tapes, start eliminating townspeople.

Jennifer Jareau: I'm sorry, sir. Mr. Chambers just took off.

Jason Gideon: Where did he go?

Jennifer Jareau: I don't know.

Spencer Reid: That was Garcia. She just ran the cigarette butts through CODIS and got a name: Donald Haas?

Jeff Yates: Don Haas is the girls' soccer coach.

Jason Gideon: Was coach Haas at the pep rally?

Jeff Yates: I don't remember seeing him there, no.

Jason Gideon: Where would coach Haas be right now?

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Donald Haas: Now, I know we're all upset about Polly and Brooke and Kelly, but it is important that we keep a positive attitude. Those girls, they'd want you to be strong. They'd want your prayers.

Peter Chambers: Where's my daughter, you son of a bitch? I get the charges dropped, and this is what you do for me?

Derek Morgan: Take it easy, take it easy!

Peter Chambers: He did it before in Pittsburgh! He was arrested, and I got him off. I got you off, you son of a bitch.

Derek Morgan: That's enough! Let's go. Little help!

Aaron Hotchner: Are you okay? They're all turning on each other.

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Brooke Chambers: I'm hungry.

Polly Homefeldt: Remember when we played Ashland? You stopped like a hundred shots on goal?

Brooke Chambers: It wasn't a hundred.

Polly Homefeldt: You were on fire that day.

Brooke Chambers: You're the great player, Polly… You're the one going to Penn state.

Polly Homefeldt: You're going to come visit me, right?

Kelly Seymour: There's got to be a way to get him to come down here.

Brooke Chambers: He's not coming down.

Kelly Seymour: You know, some of us are trying to come up with solutions, Brooke.

Polly Homefeldt: Don't. She's sick.

Kelly Seymour: Sick, she's sick. What about me? I'm sick! I'm sick of trying to come up with a plan while little miss Perfect over here just whines.

Brooke Chambers: She has a plan.

Polly Homefeldt: What are you talking about?

Brooke Chambers: She already has a plan.

Polly Homefeldt: Why hasn't she told us?

Brooke Chambers: Because I'm not sick enough yet.

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Donald Haas: What the hell is wrong with Pete, huh? Going crazy like that. Like I had something to do with this. Mind if I smoke?

Jason Gideon: Yes… You smoke more than 100's, Mr. Haas?

Donald Haas: Yeah.

Jason Gideon: We found 13 Morley 100 cigarette butts with your DNA on them across the street from the Chamber's house.

Donald Haas: This is a mistake. Somebody has made a mistake.

Jason Gideon: You smoke those cigarettes and left something for yourself on them, sir. That's a fact.

Donald Haas: Yeah, but I did not leave them there.

Jason Gideon: Can you tell me who did?

Donald Haas: How the hell should I know?

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Tom Sikes: All right, thanks. You can go back to work now.

Motel Manager: Here's the guest registry.

Tom Sikes: All right. I'll get started running these names through the computer.

Motel Manager: There's a name in there, John Sherman, you're not going to find it in the state computer. He stays here once a month, and he pays me $100 cash over the rate so I'll look the other way.

Derek Morgan: And you don't ask for I.D.?

Motel Manager: Well, I don't have to... See, because I know the guy. Only his name's not Sherman. It's Chambers. Peter Chambers.

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Peter Chambers: Don Haas kidnapped my daughter. Now, why are you wasting time talking to me?

Aaron Hotchner: He's being questioned in another room. Tell me why you're so convinced that it was him.

Peter Chambers: You said it was someone from this community. The only person I know capable of doing something like this is Don.

Aaron Hotchner: What do you mean, capable?

Peter Chambers: He's a sex offender.

Aaron Hotchner: His record is clean.

Peter Chambers: Yeah, well, six years ago, Don called me from Pittsburgh, he'd been arrested for soliciting an underage prostitute.

Aaron Hotchner: Why did he call you?

Peter Chambers: Because I'm a lawyer. We'd been friends for 30 years. We played football together in high school.

Aaron Hotchner: So, why did you agree to help him?

Peter Chambers: 'Cause Don swore it was a one-time thing. The guy was going through a divorce, the girl had a record. I made sure that a sex offender could still spend all his working hours around young girls… God, I practically gave him my daughter.

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Aaron Hotchner: Chambers represented Haas in a minor sex offense case six years ago, had the record expunged.

Jeff Yates: What kind of sex offense?

Aaron Hotchner: An underage prostitute.

Jeff Yates: Sounds like the right kind of crime?

Aaron Hotchner: Could be.

Jason Gideon: Well, Haas swears he didn't put the cigarette butts there.

Spencer Reid: Does it strike anyone else as grossly inconsistent that an unsub this sophisticated and methodical would leave an obvious pile of his DNA at the crime scene?

Jennifer Jareau: Don Haas was at the pep rally. I saw him in two different video tapes.

Jeff Yates: I guess I must've missed him.

Derek Morgan: All three of the victims' soccer jerseys were found behind the motel Peter Chambers has been staying at for the last week.

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Aaron Hotchner: Don Haas has an alibi for the night your daughter was taken.

Peter Chambers: What?

Aaron Hotchner: Video. At the exact time the other girls were leaving their scripted messages, he was at the pep rally.

Peter Chambers: Oh, my god.

Aaron Hotchner: You said you were in Philadelphia on business last week.

Peter Chambers: I'm sorry?

Aaron Hotchner: Were you in Philadelphia?

Peter Chambers: You think I hurt my daughter?

Aaron Hotchner: We just found the girls' soccer uniforms behind the Saginaw motel.

Peter Chambers: What?

Aaron Hotchner: Were you in Philadelphia on business last weekend?

Peter Chambers: No.

Aaron Hotchner: Where were you?

Peter Chambers: I was at the Saginaw motel.

Aaron Hotchner: What were you doing there?

Peter Chambers: I meet a friend there once a month… Actually, he's more than a friend… This is a small town. These are small town people. They're wonderful in many ways, but there are some things they just don't understand.

Aaron Hotchner: I need a name.

Peter Chambers: Glenn Donahue… He lives on Rittenhouse square... With his wife... And his two little boys.

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Jason Gideon: These men are innocent.

Jeff Yates: You're sure?

Jason Gideon: Unsub planted evidence to implicate them.

Aaron Hotchner: Forensic countermeasures.

Jeff Yates: So, we've got no suspects, no reliable evidence, we've got nothing.

Jason Gideon: We have the behaviour. The fact of the countermeasures.

Jennifer Jareau: He tried to implicate Haas and Chambers. That would mean Haas and Chambers had significance to him, right?

Aaron Hotchner: Who he's implicated may be as important as who he's abducted.

Jason Gideon: He's been watching them all for a long time. See thing.

Aaron Hotchner: We need to bring the parents and the people he implicated in. They, along with the girls, are his targets, and it may be the key to finding him before it's too late.

Jason Gideon: He's ahead of us.

Aaron Hotchner: Has been all along.

Jason Gideon: I got a bad feeling about this one.

Aaron Hotchner: Me, too.

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Kelly Seymour: It's terrible, but she's sick, and pretty soon we will be, too.

Polly Homefeldt: I'm not listening.

Kelly Seymour: She is dying already.

Polly Homefeldt: What? You don't know that.

Kelly Seymour: Look at her, Polly. She isn't going to make it. We have to face facts. She's dying.

Polly Homefeldt: No she's not.

Kelly Seymour: Yes, she is. But we don't have to.

Polly Homefeldt: So, what we have to do is sacrifice our friend and we're safe.

Kelly Seymour: We didn't do that to her, okay?

Polly Homefeldt: How do you know he'll let us go anyway? Did you ever think of that? What if he's just... Some evil, twisted psycho who gets off watching people fight with each other.

Kelly Seymour: Maybe we can get her help if we just get out of here.

Polly Homefeldt: He said one of us has to die.

Kelly Seymour: If we don't choose, we are never going to see our families again, ever. No one will ever know what happened to us, that we'll starve to death and no one will ever know. You'll never see your mother again, ever.

Polly Homefeldt: My mom would be totally alone.

Kelly Seymour: Totally. Totally alone.

Polly Homefeldt: There's no other choice, is there?

Kelly Seymour: No, Polly, I'm sorry, but there is no other choice.

Polly Homefeldt: She's going to die anyway, right?

Kelly Seymour: That's right, but we don't have to.

Polly Homefeldt: All right.

Kelly Seymour: Okay… Hey, mister. We made our choice.

Polly Homefeldt: God. No.

Brooke Chambers: What's happening?

Kelly Seymour: Nothing, Brooke. Nothing. Go back to sleep.

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Aaron Hotchner: This unsub, or unknown subject, is someone you know. He's someone from your past, and he's someone who thinks that you have wronged him. We'd like for you to think about who might fit that description.

Gill Seymour: Don't you think if we knew who we did this or why we would've told you?

Judy Homefeldt: Please, let him talk, Gill.

Gill Seymour: Oh, I'm going to take advice from somebody on mental medication?

Judy Homefeldt: What?

Elaine Seymour: Everyone knows, Judy.

Jason Gideon: Could we just stay focused, please?

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Jason Gideon: The man who took your daughters. He framed Peter Chambers and Don Haas for a reason. This is an attack... On you.

Peter Chambers: I have made mistakes in my life, but why take it out on Brooke?

Gill Seymour: You know, it's one thing for Brooke to pay for your mistakes, but if my daughter has to pay for them, too...

Aaron Hotchner: Mr. Seymour, that's not helping.

Donald Haas: That's not fair, Gill.

Gill Seymour: Fair? You shut the hell up, you're nothing but a pervert. You will never get near the children of this town again.

Derek Morgan: We need to keep this as civil as possible.

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Peter Chambers: Gill, are you even listening?  It wasn't Don. He had nothing to do with it.

Gill Seymour: You knew he was a deviant, you didn't tell us. You let him coach our girls.

Peter Chambers: His arrest... Was a misunderstanding, okay?

Elaine Seymour: We talked to the hotel manager, Peter. We know about you. Maybe this is god's punishment.

Peter Chambers: Oh, punishment. Okay. At least I didn't spend the week my daughter was missing focusing on my son and the damn football game!

Gill Seymour: No, we know what you spent the week doing.

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Elaine Seymour: I blame myself for ever letting Kelly be friends with Brooke and Polly to begin with. Low breeding always shows through.

Judy Homefeldt: Low breeding?

Elaine Seymour: They're bad seeds. They always have been.

Judy Homefeldt: Don't talk about my daughter like that, all right?

Jennifer Jareau: That's enough! What is the matter with you people? This is exactly what he wants. He is attacking all of you. He is turning all of you against each other, and you're just letting him do it. Your daughters are best friends, and you all have known each other most of your lives as friends.

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Jennifer Jareau: Don't let this man beat you this way.

Gill Seymour: What do you want us to do?

Jennifer Jareau: Listen to these agents, all right? They came here to help. Let them do that.

Aaron Hotchner: We're going to split you up, go over your histories, and see if there's a name from your past in common.

Jason Gideon: Probably won't be a casual acquaintance. He knows your secrets. Don't just think people you've knowingly wronged. Maybe something you're not even aware of, or you may have forgotten…

Tom Sikes: Agent Gideon, it's Penelope Garcia from Quantico. She says it's urgent.

Jason Gideon: Put her on speaker.

Derek Morgan: Go ahead, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: Brooke Chamber's phone just switched back on.

Derek Morgan: Tell me you got a trace.

Penelope Garcia: And a location. Downtown North Mammon, within 100 meters of the intersection of main and first.

Jason Gideon: That's right outside.

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Aaron Hotchner: Morgan.

Derek Morgan: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: Keep the parents back, there are only two of them.

Peter Chambers: What's going on?

Derek Morgan: It's okay.

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Jennifer Jareau: We're with the FBI. Are you all right? Polly, are you hurt?

Aaron Hotchner: She's bleeding.

Brooke Chambers: It's not her blood.

Jason Gideon: Brooke. Where's Kelly Seymour?

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Aaron Hotchner: Let me get you some more water.

Jennifer Jareau: I'll get it.

Aaron Hotchner: Polly, do you know who did this to you?

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Jason Gideon: Whatever happened... You're a very brave woman. Not many people can face what you did and... Make it out the other side.

Brooke Chambers: It wasn't Polly's fault. She didn't do anything.

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Jennifer Jareau: Nothing's happened. I'm just getting her some water.

Judy Homefeldt: Is she talking?

Gill Seymour: Did she say where Kelly is?

Jennifer Jareau: We're working on it.

Gill Seymour: Agent Jareau, when you said we all grew up together, something struck me.

Jennifer Jareau: What's that?

Gill Seymour: We all played football together. Don, Pete, even Chief Yates. We were all on the last championship football team.

Jennifer Jareau: The championship game's tonight.

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Aaron Hotchner: Do you know where Kelly Seymour is?

Derek Morgan: Where's the water?

Jennifer Jareau: Hotch, do you mind if I...

Aaron Hotchner: No, please.

Jennifer Jareau: Hi, Polly. My name is JJ. I grew up in East Allegheny, just right up the road. I was captain of the varsity soccer team, my senior year. It got me a scholarship to Pittsburgh. It was a pretty good school, but it's not exactly Penn state. I know that's where you're going because your mom told me… You know, your mom carried a picture of you all the way up to the FBI academy in Quantico, Virginia so that me and these agents here could help find you… And, believe me, she was not leaving until we said we'd come… So, no matter what happened over the past 6 days... No matter what... This will all be a memory someday... But you will always have a mother that loves you that much… I want to show you a photograph, Polly. I want you to look at the men in the picture and tell me if you see the man that did this to you… Okay? Okay… It's ok.

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Brooke Chambers: We were so hungry... So thirsty... So cold.

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Polly Homefeldt: He wants us to do it?

Kelly Seymour: If that's what it takes to get out of this alive...

Polly Homefeldt: No way, I can't.

Kelly Seymour: You don't have a choice.

Polly Homefeldt: I can't. I can't.

Kelly Seymour: Listen, it's like those soccer players who crashed in the Andes. They were starving, they had no food, nothing to eat except for their friends who had died. They were good people, but they didn't have a choice. They did what they had to do.

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Jason Gideon: You killed her.

Brooke Chambers: I didn't have any choice. They had already decided to... But it wasn't Polly's fault. It was him. He said we had to choose.

Jason Gideon: Who was he, Brooke? Who made you choose?

Brooke Chambers: I never saw him.

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Polly Homefeldt: He made us... Choose.

Jennifer Jareau: Who did? Good job.

Derek Morgan: Hotch, it's the guy that found the soccer jerseys. It's the garbage man.

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Jeff Yates: It's Marcus Younger.

Derek Morgan: Polly just ID'd him.

Jeff Yates: He was the star of our team. Blew his knee out in the first quarter of the championship. Lost his full-ride scholarship to Notre Dame.

Jason Gideon: Do you know where he lives?

Jeff Yates: Come on.

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Officer: Clear!

Derek Morgan: Guys. There's a storm cellar outside.

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Derek Morgan: Don't move! I got him… Marcus Younger? FBI.

Marcus Younger: I never touched her.

Derek Morgan: Put your hands where I can see them.

Marcus Younger: I never hurt them.

Jeff Yates: Get up, Marcus.

Marcus Younger: I never even came into the room, Jeff. They did this. Brooke and Polly. All I did was show them who they really are, what they were truly capable of. People pretending to be decent. When it came down to it, they, uh... They reacted just the way I knew they would… They turned on each other… Just like when I got hurt. You all couldn't wait to run over me, to take my position, to take my life... And to forget all about me.

Derek Morgan: Marcus, I'm not going to ask you again. Get up.

Marcus Younger: You don't know what it's like, Jeff. You all have lives, and I just cleaned up after you… Now, you have to clean up after me.

Jason Gideon: You get him out of here.

Derek Morgan: Let's go.

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Jennifer Jareau: "The ultimate choice for a man, in as much as he is given to transcend himself is to create or destroy, to love or to hate." Erich Fromm.

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Aaron Hotchner: Can't sleep?

Jennifer Jareau: You can't imagine the pressures a small town creates. To play, to win, everyone pushing, everyone watching. I hated it.

Aaron Hotchner: Why did you play?

Jennifer Jareau: Athletic scholarship was the only way I was getting to college. It was my only way out… Besides, having a thick skin when it comes to pressure, it's a good thing in this line of work, right?

Aaron Hotchner: You did exceptional work the last couple of days.

Jennifer Jareau: Thank you. It's nice to be noticed.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah. We don't usually, do we?

Jennifer Jareau: It's all right. It's not why I do it.

Aaron Hotchner: Have you ever thought about taking the classes, becoming a profiler?

Jennifer Jareau: No. I admire what you guys do, but I like my role. I like being the person the family can turn to. Being the voice the poor, over-worked homicide detective can call when he runs out of leads.

Aaron Hotchner: Really?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: I thought everyone wanted to be a profiler.

Jennifer Jareau: Sorry.

Aaron Hotchner: What's all of that?

Jennifer Jareau: New cases. I got to figure out where going to next.

Aaron Hotchner: Hey, wait a minute, we're the profilers. I thought we made those decisions.

Jennifer Jareau: Sure you do.

Aaron Hotchner: All right. Well, I gotta find some place to get some sleep.

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, good luck with that.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

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