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#217 : Fantôme de guerre

Scénariste : Oanh Ly
Réalisateur : John Showalter

L'équipe s'envole pour Houston pour enquêter sur une série de meurtres qui ont eu lieu à proximité de sites en construction et de bâtiments abandonnés. Comme ces meurtres sont aléatoires, l'équipe pense que le criminel pourrait être un sans abri. Parallèlement, tout le monde note un changement apparent dans le comportement de Reid qui semble très agressif.

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Fantôme de guerre

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Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Mandy Patinkin ... Jason Gideon
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Paget Brewster ... Emily Prentiss
   - 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 :
   - Holt McCallany ... Roy Woodridge
   - Nick Chinlund ... Max Weston
   - Joanna Going ... Dana Woodridge
   - Kent Faulcon ... Detective Fuller
   - Sandi McCree ... Jolene
   - Jeffrey Lorenzo ... Kelvin
   - Juan Ramirez ... Edward
   - Bridget Shergalis ... Mary
   - Jennifer Kindhouse ... Angie

Security guard: Nobody move!

Man 1: Let's go...

Man 2: Hey! I can't get down!

Security guard: Get back in! You get back in.

Man 1: Damn it.

Security guard: Come on out of there, punk! I'm warning you!


Jennifer Jareau: This is Houston's fifth ward. It accounts for a large percent of the city's growing homicide rate, due to gang violence and a bustling narcotics trade. Although in the last 48 hours, there have been 3 distinctive murders in the ward.

Derek Morgan: Distinctive?

Jennifer Jareau: 3 men, 3 different socioeconomic groups, all killed on the street with their necks snapped. There appears to be no other injury, and there's no apparent connection between the victims or motive… The ward's detectives are inundated with homicides. Gang violence is a big problem. Shootings, armed robberies, it's an everyday occurrence, but this type of street attack is new to them.

Emily Prentiss: Could it be gang related, maybe some new type of initiation rite?

Jennifer Jareau: The gangs in the ward use guns. In fact, no known gangs exhibit this type of M.O.

Derek Morgan: What about dope? These guys come up with pretty freaky ways ff killing the competition to get their message out.

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, but there just doesn't seem to be any connection between the victims and the drug world.

Jason Gideon: Homeless man, a construction worker... Security guard.

Jennifer Jareau: Just 3 dead men and no witnesses.

Aaron Hotchner: We're looking for a homicidal serial criminal in a neighbourhood populated by criminals. The challenge will be separating him from the rest.

Spencer Reid: We have no evidence, no apparent interaction between the unsub and the victims pre or postmortem, and an indistinguishable M.O. Should be simple.


Jason Gideon: "Our life is made by the death of others." Leonardo Da Vinci.


Derek Morgan: We got a construction worker... Outsider in the community. We got a security guard... That's an authority figure. And then we got a homeless man. That's a powerless victim that no one would notice missing. So who's he targeting?

Aaron Hotchner: Let's see if any of the victims frequented the same stores or sites.

Spencer Reid: He used blitz attacks, which means he most likely lacks the interpersonal skills. He needed to coerce his victims into coming close and he also used the element of surprise, which means he may have stalked his victims prior to killing them.

Derek Morgan: Well, if that's the case, I want to go to the last crime scene to see where he may have been hiding.

Jason Gideon: I want to see the neighbourhood for myself. Good. I'll go with you.

Aaron Hotchner: The rest of us will go to the precinct and set up shop.

Spencer Reid: I'll map out the area and see if I can find any places the victims would have visited in the neighbourhood.

Emily Prentiss: Good. Maybe we can find a connection between them. I'll help you with that.

Spencer Reid: I can handle it.

Emily Prentiss: I wasn't suggesting that you couldn't.

Spencer Reid: You know what "I'll help you with it" means?

Aaron Hotchner: Reid. Prentiss will help you with the geographical profiling and victimology.

Spencer Reid: Fine.

Aaron Hotchner: Remember, this is a high-crime area. Be vigilant. Nobody goes anywhere alone.


Fuller: FBI, right?

Derek Morgan: Agents Morgan, Gideon.

Fuller: Hi, how are you? Nice to meet you. We really do appreciate your help.

Jason Gideon: Oh, we're glad to assist.

Fuller: The vic, the security guard, was patrolling construction sites in the neighbourhood. Some equipment was vandalized.

Jason Gideon: You think the murder's related?

Fuller: The damage was kind of unspecific, more like something kids would do. The guard had a pistol, which is now missing.

Derek Morgan: This whole area, it's empty?

Fuller: Except for a liquor store around that corner and the locksmith on this end.

Derek Morgan: And what about this building right here?

Fuller: Oh, empty for years… Where's he going?

Jason Gideon: Find out when he comes back.

Officer: Detective Fuller!

Fuller: Let me see what this here's about.


Officer: Her son was at the community center last night.

Jolene: I've lived in this neighbourhood all my life. So has my son. I didn't raise him to be a vandal.

Fuller: Yes, ma'am, I'm sure you didn't.

Jolene: Kelvin!

Kelvin: Well, I was... We was up here last night. We messed up some of the equipment over there.

Jolene: I found some spray paint on his clothes, and I knew he was up to trouble with his no-good friends. He will not be vandalizing his own neighbourhood again. Will you, son?

Kelvin: No, ma'am.

Jolene: I was gonna drive him to the police station, but I saw you already here. How much damage was done?

Fuller: Actually, we're here because there was a murder last night.

Jolene: Murder?

Kelvin: What murder?

Jason Gideon: Security guard.

Jolene: Oh, my god.

Kelvin: No. No. He chased us, but I lost him. I swear, I ain't touch him.

Jolene: Don't say another word, Kelvin.

Jason Gideon: Kelvin... I only have one question for you and then you can go. Did the security guard fire his weapon at you?

Kelvin: No. He, like, shot into the air to scare us and that's why we ran.

Jason Gideon: Thanks. You can go.

Jolene: We can go?

Jason Gideon: Yes, ma'am.

Fuller: You just sent away the last person to see our victim alive.

Jason Gideon: A boy that frightened of his mother and that slight doesn't have the skill, courage, or size to kill the way this unsub does.

Derek Morgan: Hey, guys.


Derek Morgan: Over here. Someone was living here. There, you got a dirty blanket, hamburger wrappers, and soda cans.

Jason Gideon: Those kids weren't the only ones here last night.


Aaron Hotchner: What's that?

Jennifer Jareau: One of the detectives' wives made us cookies.

Emily Prentiss: Wow. Homemade cookies?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, I guess that's what they mean by southern hospitality.

Spencer Reid: What are you saying?

Emily Prentiss: Southern hospitality!

Spencer Reid: I need to concentrate... How can anybody hear with all this work going on?

Jennifer Jareau: Well, you're gonna have to get used to it. Construction crews are working around the clock.

Emily Prentiss: Saw it on the way in.

Jennifer Jareau: City's trying to return to its splendour, and that means that Houston's poorest are being kicked out of their homes.

Jason Gideon: Unsub might be homeless. Appears to have been living in a building next to where the security guard was attacked.

Spencer Reid: These are the locations of the last 3 murders, all near abandoned buildings.

Aaron Hotchner: I noticed the neighbourhood maybe he was recently displaced.

Emily Prentiss: Could be a motive: construction worker, security guard at a construction site. Payback?

Derek Morgan: What about the homeless man?

Fuller: We get a lot of beefs down there among the homeless. That one could have just been a fight about space or food.

Jason Gideon: Let's get a list of residents Who've been kicked out of their homes by the gentrification. You and Reid check the shelters?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah, we're on it. Unless... You okay with that, Reid?

Spencer Reid: I'm fine with that.

Aaron Hotchner: We should check to see if there are any mental hospitals in the area, maybe someone who was recently released into the streets.

Jennifer Jareau: Hmm. Got it.

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan, can you cover the police records for the last week? If it's someone who's been recently made homeless, he might have stolen food, comfort items, blankets, toiletries... We might be able to track a pattern of theft.

Derek Morgan: Done.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.


Penelope Garcia: Are you lonely in the lone star state? Are you wearing chaps?

Derek Morgan: Only in your dreams, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, not necessarily. I have photoshop.

Derek Morgan: Hey, hey, behave. Focus your little twisted mind for me, okay? I need police records from the fifth ward... Small thefts and burglaries. Can you do that?

Penelope Garcia: Aren't you at that very station right now?

Derek Morgan: Yeah, but it's a small precinct and these guys are stretched. Trust me.

Penelope Garcia: Got it.

Derek Morgan: Oh, Garcia. See if you can find before and after pictures of demolitions in the area. Maybe we can nail down a building where the unsub may have worked or lived in.

Penelope Garcia: How far back?

Derek Morgan: A week… And Garcia... I better not ever find any photoshop pictures of me...

Penelope Garcia: Oh, trust me, my vision. You will never find them.


Roy Woodridge: Get out!


Fuller: Victim's name is Travis Overby. That's his buddy over there. He was working a jackhammer on a new trunkline. He said one second Travis was going down the sewer, the next second he was down at the bottom dead.

Jason Gideon: From one second to the next… Someone has to go down.

Derek Morgan: Aw, see, this ain't cool… I'm putting in for hazard pay.

Jason Gideon: Good luck with that.

Derek Morgan: It's pretty clean for a sewer! The trash is pretty much cleared away. Yeah, I got a dirty blanket... Something else rolled up in the corner. It's obvious he made himself a place to sleep, but... He cleared it all away… It looks a lot like the last place he was in.

Jason Gideon: Huh. A new temporary home.

Derek Morgan: Guys, it looks like the jackhammer must have knocked some of the ceiling loose. It fell down all around him. I'd be pretty scared, too.

Jason Gideon: It's about survival. Carved out a place of his own, saw a threat, he attacked.

Derek Morgan: That's got to be why the victims were so random. He didn't have a relationship with them. They just happened to be intruding on his home.

Jason Gideon: We'll need to see the other crime scenes.

Fuller: Sure! Let's go!

Jason Gideon: You all right?

Derek Morgan: Yeah. You owe me.


Angie: You all are looking for someone in charge? I'm Angie, one of the administrators.

Emily Prentiss: Hi. I'm Agent Prentiss. This is Agent Reid. We're with the FBI.

Angie: Really?

Spencer Reid: Really.

Emily Prentiss: It looks like you have your hands full.

Angie: With the demolitions in the projects and the abandoned buildings, there's no place else for people to sleep.

Emily Prentiss: Well, thank god there are people like you who take the time...

Spencer Reid: Do you have a list of everyone who comes through here?

Angie: Uh, we have a sign-in sheet, but we don't force anyone to sign if they don't want to. Some who do don't even use their real names. Elvis eats here a lot.

Emily Prentiss: We would appreciate any lists you have.

Angie: Why?

Spencer Reid: Have you noticed anyone who acts unusually aggressive towards the other residents?

Angie: What's this about?

Spencer Reid: A series of murders in the area. The perpetrator may be a homeless man. Maybe someone who stays here. He may even be in this room as we speak.

Angie: My God.

Emily Prentiss: Reid.

Spencer Reid: Have you noticed anyone who acts paranoid or displays explosive, unprovoked bursts of violence, more than just pushing and shoving?

Angie: I mean, someone who really tries to harm others. There are territorial fights over food and places to sleep. The nurse treats people for minor injuries all the time, but no one's seriously hurt.

Spencer Reid: If anyone does come to mind, give us a call. Thank you.

Angie: A murderer?

Emily Prentiss: I'm sorry. Uh- Um... This investigation is still... No one's actually been hurt in a shelter. We're just... We're acting with an abundance of caution. So, please, let the police know if anything unusual occurs. Thanks.


Spencer Reid: There's a high presence of mental disorders with the homeless.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah. What the hell was that in there?

Spencer Reid: What?

Emily Prentiss: "He may even be in this room as we speak?" We have nothing to support that.

Spencer Reid: We're investigating a serial homicide. Should I have pretended there's no danger?

Emily Prentiss: We just left that woman potentially afraid of every man who walks into this shelter.

Spencer Reid: Again, until we find this unsub, how is that a bad thing?

Emily Prentiss: What is the matter with you?

Spencer Reid: What do you mean, what's the matter with me?

Emily Prentiss: I have never seen you act like this.

Spencer Reid: Oh, really? Oh, in the months that you know me, you've never seen me act this way? Hey, no offense, Emily, but... You don't really know what you're talking about, do you?


Aaron Hotchner: Good. Thanks.

Spencer Reid: Just got back from the local homeless shelter. The administrator hasn't noticed anyone new displaying aggressive behaviour.

Aaron Hotchner: He's not in a homeless shelter. I just talked to Gideon and Morgan. They think that he's killing to protect some makeshift shelter of his own.

Spencer Reid: So are we ready for a profile yet?

Aaron Hotchner: We're missing something. How did this homeless man learn to kill so efficiently?

Emily Prentiss: You know what we need?

Aaron Hotchner: We need to get lucky. We need him to make a mistake.


Edward: Hey… Come on, man, get out of there! I see you right there! Aqui tengo mi tienda! There's a shelter a couple of blocks from here… Vayase...

Maria: Papa! Don't hurt my papa!


Maria: Please help my daddy!

Edward: I need help! I was attacked!

Jennifer Jareau: Can I get some help here, please?

Edward: Please... Call my house to come get my daughter. Please.


Emily Prentiss: Maria...

Maria: Is my papa gonna be okay?

Aaron Hotchner: Yes.

Emily Prentiss: Maria, could you answer a few questions for us? It would really help us find the bad guy… Did he say anything to your papa?

Maria: No.

Aaron Hotchner: What were you and your papa doing before the bad guy came?

Maria: Papa took out the garbage… And then he jumped out... And he hit my papa… I was screaming at him.


Maria: Don't hurt my papa!


Maria: I thought he was gonna hit me, too. But then he stopped... And he looked at me funny.

Emily Prentiss: What do you mean by "funny"?

Maria: He looked... Sad… He did say something. Not to my papa. To me.

Emily Prentiss: What was it?

Maria: He said...


Roy Woodridge: Are you okay? Why are you crying?

Maria: And then we ran.

Edward: Go away! Go away!


Aaron Hotchner: Maria... What you did was very brave. Can you help us with one more thing? Can you tell us what the man looked like?

Maria: He was white, and tall, and dirty… And he had a ring like yours.

Aaron Hotchner: Like that?

Maria: I remember his ring.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Maria: Abuela!

Emily Prentiss: Gracias.


Aaron Hotchner: He asked if she was okay and why was she crying. He wasn't aware of what he was doing to her.

Jennifer Jareau: Garcia's on line one. Go ahead, Penelope.

Penelope Garcia: All right, cowgirls and boys.

Aaron Hotchner: Hey.

Penelope Garcia: I've got the comparison satellite images of the before-and-after pictures, and I found something. Check it. Do you see it yet?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, an S.O.S.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, it's made of debris and other rocky bits of gobbledygook. This is the building where the security guard got killed.

Aaron Hotchner: He's asking for help.

Spencer Reid: Wait, guys. Listen outside.

Aaron Hotchner: Chaos. S.O.S.

Emily Prentiss: He's a war veteran.

Aaron Hotchner: He thinks he's in a war zone.


Aaron Hotchner: He left a distress signal on the roof of one of the buildings.

Derek Morgan: The quick strikes are consistent with trained military.

Emily Prentiss: He must have served in a place that looked or sounded like this ward.

Jason Gideon: Well, we were right about him being homeless, in a sense. Wherever he is, in his mental state, he's certainly not at home.

Aaron Hotchner: He may not even be aware he's killing.

Fuller: Now, how's that?

Spencer Reid: When soldiers suffered from anxiety, depression, and flashbacks in World War I, it was called shell shock. In World War II, battle fatigue. Now we refer to it as PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder, war related. A side effect of which is slipping into dissociative states.

Emily Prentiss: The mind divorces itself from reality so it can cope with the trauma.

Jason Gideon: He's reliving a memory. He's trapped in his head in some war zone.

Derek Morgan: Hiding and defending himself from the enemy.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay, so how do we find a man who's trapped inside his head?

Emily Prentiss: He's got a wedding ring. Someone's missing him.

Jason Gideon: Good. I'm with detective Fuller. Morgan has last crime scene to check.

Aaron Hotchner: J.J., check missing persons reports, see if anyone matches the description. It would have been filed recently, the last 2 or 3 days.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.


Roy Woodridge: Hey. You shouldn't be out here. It isn't safe. It isn't safe.


Jennifer Jareau: Dana Woodridge and Max Weston... Her husband and his best friend. Roy Woodridge has been missing since Tuesday.


Dana Woodridge: He was on his way home from work. He called before he left the office and said we needed to talk when he got home. He sounded upset… That was the last I heard from him.

Emily Prentiss: What was he upset about?

Dana Woodridge: He didn't say.

Max Weston: Dana called me that night when Roy didn't show up. So... The next morning we filed a missing persons report.

Aaron Hotchner: Mrs. Woodridge, where does your husband work?

Dana Woodridge: He's a consultant at a security firm downtown.

Jason Gideon: Did your husband ever serve in combat?

Max Weston: Excuse me?

Aaron Hotchner: Is he a war veteran?

Max Weston: Yeah. Uh... We both are. We were in special ops. 75th ranger regiment, Bravo company, 3rd battalion. But Roy... He retired shortly after things went bad in Mogadishu.

Spencer Reid: That was back in 1993. Let me ask you this... Does he display any sort of, uh... Behavioral tics... Certain everyday things, they make him jumpy or startled?

Dana Woodridge: Why?

Spencer Reid: Does he?

Dana Woodridge: Is this going to help find him?

Emily Prentiss: Mrs. Woodridge, please. We need to know everything we can about your husband.

Max Weston: We all had a... Hard time over there, you know... You bring some things home with you.

Aaron Hotchner: Like what?

Dana Woodridge: He has a hard time with loud noises… He can't be in crowds… He has nightmares and wakes up in cold sweats… The smells are the worst… He... If he smells something burning, like a barbecue or gas or fire... He gets sick… It really only got bad about a year ago.

Jason Gideon: What happened to him in Somalia?

Max Weston: Nothing… Combat happened.

Jason Gideon: What does that mean?

Max Weston: I'm gonna get a drink of water.


Jason Gideon: You knew your friend was suffering from symptoms of PTSD? He was a changed man, wasn't he? He was anxious, paranoid, distant. He was far away in his head.

Max Weston: I tried to get him into a vet center to talk to somebody, but he said he was all right.

Jason Gideon: What happened in Somalia? What's he reliving?

Max Weston: You can't tell Dana. Roy never wanted her to know.


Dana Woodridge: Thank you. Could somebody please tell me what's going on?

Aaron Hotchner: There have been some people hurt recently, and we think that there may be someone lost on the streets. Someone who thinks that he's still at war.

Dana Woodridge: But Roy would never hurt innocent people. Well, why would he even be in this neighbourhood?

Jennifer Jareau: Hey, Garcia. We have Mrs. Woodridge here with us.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, uh, well, I found an '02 white ford f150 pickup truck.

Dana Woodridge: Oh, my god. That's his truck.

Penelope Garcia: It was impounded. Uh, it had a flat tire and was picked up on Lyon street about a quarter of a mile from highway 59.

Dana Woodridge: He takes the east tex freeway to work every day.

Emily Prentiss: Mrs. Woodridge, I'm very sorry... But this is definitely your husband.


Jason Gideon: What?

Max Weston: Roy and I... We were escorting a U.N. aid caravan to a refugee camp. Our convoy was ambushed. The front received heavy fire, but we were in the rear, so we managed to escape. We hid for 2 days in and out of abandoned buildings that... Insurgents were looking for us… One night I was sleeping, Roy kept watch… When I woke up, there was an AK-47 pointed right at me.

Jason Gideon: A child.

Max Weston: Yeah. They were all babies back in Mogadishu, but this one... He couldn't have been more than 11 or 12.

Jason Gideon: Then what happened?

Max Weston: We finally found a radio... Fixed it, called for an extraction.

Jason Gideon: Did you put out an SOS.?

Max Weston: Yeah, we... We used rocks to put an SOS In the dirt so the Blackhawks could locate us. How did you know that? Look, If this is Roy, you're not gonna find him. He's trained and skilled at survival. He knows how to hide.

Jason Gideon: We think he has a gun.

Max Weston: Well, he doesn't miss.


Jason Gideon: We need to put a S.W.A.T. team together, plan a grid search and go building to building.

Aaron Hotchner: He's reliving the war, isn't he?

Jason Gideon: A specific incident in which he killed a child.

Spencer Reid: Guys, the S.W.A T. team's gonna have guns, right? What happens if he tries to fight them?


Jennifer Jareau: Can I get you something, Mrs. Woodridge?

Dana Woodridge: Those men are going after Roy? Do they need so many guns? He's just one man.

Jennifer Jareau: It... It's protocol, ma'am.

Dana Woodridge: How badly were they hurt? Y'all said that people were hurt.

Jennifer Jareau: Some people were murdered.

Dana Woodridge: Murdered?

Jennifer Jareau: Mrs. Woodridge...

Dana Woodridge: He never really came home. I lost him 14 years ago. It's been like living with a ghost… Help him… Please, help him.

Jennifer Jareau: We'll do everything we can. Okay?


Aaron Hotchner: Reid, what are you working on?

Spencer Reid: 3 days ago police shut down the freeway at 5 p.m. For 10 minutes… Cars were stalled and Roy must have tried to exit on the surface streets. Sadly, he ended up in an unfamiliar area with a flat tire. He was changing that tire when an 8 story building on Market imploded 5 blocks away… He heard the explosion and reacted like a mortar bomb had landed nearby. This explosion is what triggered his dissociation. And since then, he's been stuck in that state. Running when he needed to, sleeping when he could, camouflaging himself into his surroundings, and hiding from his perceived enemies.

Aaron Hotchner: He's relieving the worst moment of his life. He's gotta be terrified.

Spencer Reid: Yeah.


Spencer Reid: Yeah, what do you have?

Penelope Garcia: Why isn't Derek answering his phone?

Spencer Reid: He's probably stuck underground somewhere.

Penelope Garcia: Underground?

Spencer Reid: I'll explain later.

Penelope Garcia: Oh. Okay. So, I finally got through all those recent police reports he asked me to check, which, by the way, it was no hopscotch through the park, because that precinct you're at is kind of tragically behind on their paperwork.

Spencer Reid: Yeah, they're undermanned.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, Jeez, really? I can't imagine what that feels like. Oh, no, wait. Yes, I can, 'cause...

Spencer Reid: Garcia, do you have anything for me?

Penelope Garcia: Well, he told me to look for anything unusual, and it's all usual. Minor break-in, apartment burglaries, Televisions, stereos, car thefts, and smash and grabs. Common stuff in the world of burgling.

Spencer Reid: Nothing a guy lost in the streets might use for survival?

Penelope Garcia: No, nothing reported. It... Like I said, it's all petty. There's a... Some vandalism at construction sites. Communications radio missing from one of them.

Spencer Reid: Wait... Did you say radio?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. Construction Foreman reported that one of their trucks had been broken into and a hand held radio was stolen… Yesterday. 12 hours ago… Is that what you're looking for? Reid?


Aaron Hotchner: This is Roy Woodridge, 6'1", 195 pounds, 44 years old. Brown hair, former army ranger.

Jason Gideon: It's imperative you don't try to apprehend him alone. He won't understand what's happening. He may try to defend himself… He's armed, and he's an excellent Marksman.

Spencer Reid: He may have stolen a radio, a walkie talkie.


Derek Morgan: We were right. He had a nest of sorts right near every murder scene.

Spencer Reid: There was a burglary of a two way radio from a construction site recently.

Max Weston: That could be Roy. We only used uhf back then.

Jason Gideon: He's looking for help.

Max Weston: And he'll keep trying to contact operations command.

Aaron Hotchner: Detective, can we get a dozen uhf radios set up in this room, and each of them tuned to each of the preset channel frequencies?

Fuller: Right away.

Max Weston: Wait a minute. When he calls, we need to be very careful with the communication, because we set up specific responses to contact op com so we could avoid hostile interception and to establish "no danger" signals and we had specific names to identify our squad to the operator.

Jason Gideon: Do you remember the language you set up?

Max Weston: I couldn't forget it. Roy and I wrote it. The callout was, "this is John Doe looking for Mark Rippen." Rippen was our hero at the time... Number 11, quarterback for the redskins in 1993.

Jason Gideon: Now we know where he is in his head. He calls in, we'll be on the other end when he does.

Fuller: What if he doesn't call? What if he just kills someone else?

Jason Gideon: Well, we'll deal with that if it happens.

Fuller: Kind of easy for you to say. This guy may be messed up, but that doesn't change the fact that he has killed 4 innocent people. Now, why don't we just do the grid search?

Max Weston: If you set up a grid search and he confronts one of your men, you'll be planning a funeral.

Jason Gideon: I can guarantee you we're right about his profile. This man wants to get rescued. All I'm asking is that you just give us a chance to bring him in.


Fuller: It's channel 11.

Jennifer Jareau: Are you ready Garcia?

Penelope Garcia: I've got nat recon satellites all over the ward.

Jennifer Jareau: Stand by.

Roy Woodridge: This is John Doe looking for Mark Rippen.

Jason Gideon: Can you help us? You know how to do this better than we do.

Max Weston: Roger that. This is number 11, all clear.

Roy Woodridge: Maxey, boy, am I happy to hear from you. I'm taking heavy fire. Request immediate extraction.

Max Weston: What are your coordinates?

Roy Woodridge: Unknown. I lost my land navigational aids. I went high, but I don't recognize anything. I don't have a fix on my grid coordinates.

Jason Gideon: Any other way for him to signal his location?

Max Weston: Did you put up any flags?

Roy Woodridge: Yeah, you bet your ass I did. I'm holding cover here.

Max Weston: Roger that. Hold your position.

Roy Woodridge: He triangulated. We need to look for 3 large, coloured flags, maybe on rooftops. They'll be identical in size and shape.

Jennifer Jareau: Did you get that, Garcia?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, I got it.

Roy Woodridge: Number 11, do you still read me?

Jason Gideon: Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: I'm working as fast as I can.

Max Weston: I can still read you loud and clear. Stay put.

Penelope Garcia: I found one. I found one. I got them. I see... Housing projects and a courtyard.

Aaron Hotchner: We need street names, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: Farmer and Capron! Farmer and Capron!

Fuller: I know where that is. There's some abandoned buildings right there. I'll have construction sites to halt work and secure the streets.

Max Weston: He's gonna expect men in fatigues and a chopper as cover.

Fuller: I can take care of the choppers.

Aaron Hotchner: We're in black SUVs. Tell him we're security executives. You're coming with us. We need to do this fast.

Jason Gideon: Tell him to stay there, we're coming to him.

Max Weston: Roy, we're coming to you, buddy.


Roy Woodridge: Thank you, God.


Jason Gideon: Sergeant Woodridge?

Derek Morgan: Got him.

Roy Woodridge: Where's Max?

Max Weston: Roy. It's all right. It's time to come in.

Derek Morgan: He's got a weapon!

Jason Gideon: No! No! Stop! Stop! Look, it's all right. It's all right.

Roy Woodridge: No! It's not safe!

Jason Gideon: It's a boy, sergeant, it's just a boy… Roy!

Roy Woodridge: It wasn't safe.

Jason Gideon: I know.

Roy Woodridge: Is the boy all right?

Jason Gideon: Yes. Yes, sergeant. The boy's all right.

Roy Woodridge: That's good.


Fuller: Folks. Uh... Thank you so much for coming here. No one ever makes this place a priority. We're grateful to you.

Emily Prentiss: I wish it had ended differently.

Fuller: Yeah. Me too.

Emily Prentiss: Hey, has anyone seen Gideon?

Fuller: Agent Gideon left some time ago. Said he meet you all at the airport.

Jennifer Jareau: Did he say where he went to?

Aaron Hotchner: I think I know where he is.


Aaron Hotchner: Hey… It's quiet. Construction's taking the rest of the day off to honour the victims.

Jason Gideon: You know, the first reported war was... 2700 BC. Probably earlier wars, but... Writing hadn't been invented yet.

Aaron Hotchner: Almost 5,000 years of killing each other.

Jason Gideon: One thing human beings have been consistently good at.

Aaron Hotchner: We did everything we could for him, you know.

Jason Gideon: Yeah. Sometimes knowing that just isn't good enough.

Aaron Hotchner: I know.


Jason Gideon: "If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." Thomas Paine.

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