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Esprits Criminels
#219 : Le pyromane

Scénariste : Andrew Wilder
Réalisateur : John E. Gallagher

Un incendiaire en série cible les familles des classes hautes et moyennes tandis qu'elles dorment. Le Bureau découvre que les victimes sont liées entre elles. Elles appartiennent à des sociétés de développement qui sont accusées d'avoir construit sur une terre contaminée. L'équipe de Hotchner décide alors de prendre en charge le dossier afin d'arrêter ces tueries.

> En plus : les photos promotionnelles


3.5 - 8 votes

Titre VO
Ashes and Dust

Titre VF
Le pyromane

Première diffusion

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Photos promo

Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin).

Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin).

Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) arrive sur les lieux accompagnée d'un homme.

Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) arrive sur les lieux accompagnée d'un homme.

Les agents de la BAU étudient des documents.

Les agents de la BAU étudient des documents.

Emily Prentiss et Jason Gideon.

Emily Prentiss et Jason Gideon.

Plus de détails


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 :
   - Tom Schanley ... Evan Abby
   - Anthony Ruivivar ... Ricardo Vega
   - Sean O'Bryan ... Vincent Stiles
   - Stacy Edwards ... Charlotte Cutler
   - Jordan Garrett ... Paul Cutler
   - John Nielsen ... Dennis Cutler
   - Mercedes Colon ... Leah Castro
   - Reed Rudy ... Tom Dunleavy
   - Angelo Custino ... Liam Abby
   - Sean Peavy ... Brad
   - Nicole Smolen ... Katie

Paul Cutler: Mom, dad! Dad, we have to go!

Dennis Cutler: What?

Paul Cutler: The house is on fire, we have to get out of here! Come on, we have to go! The phone's dead-go! Come on, we gotta go!

Dennis Cutler: Come on. Stay down. Stay down.


Charlotte Cutler: Somebody! Somebody! Somebody, please help us!


Aaron Hotchner: "The torture of a bad conscience is the hell of a living soul." John Calvin.


Jennifer Jareau: Two fires, two families in three weeks. The first family, the Jarvis', all died. Last night, the Cutlers. Only one survivor, Charlotte Cutler, she's in critical condition with burns to over 60% of her body.

Emily Prentiss: Well, it's no accident. It's the same M.O. No fuses, kerosene, multiple points of origin, families targeted at home while they slept.

Aaron Hotchner: The bay area has a serial arsonist.

Spencer Reid: Statistically, 94% of all serial arsonists are male, 75% are white, and few, if any, are ever caught.

Emily Prentiss: Few? You don't have a percentage?

Spencer Reid: About 16%, and those 16% set 30-plus fires before they were ever apprehended. I'm trying to be more conversational.

Emily Prentiss: Oh. It's not working. Most serial arsonists don't intend to inflict harm. Injuries or death, those are accidental. It's not about violence.

Aaron Hotchner: For this one it is.

Jason Gideon: It's also about power. Seeing the destructive force of their fires. Watching the chaos, for them, fire's just a substitute for sexual release.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, great, so if these guys don't get laid, they start fires?

Jason Gideon: Or in this case, burn entire families to death.

Emily Prentiss: No statistic?

Jason Gideon: Nope. They don't have statistics on this guy. One of a kind.

Penelope Garcia: Thank God.

Spencer Reid: Three weeks ago, this serial arsonist escalated into a serial killer whose weapon is fire. Why?

Aaron Hotchner: Major event. Possibly the breakup of his primary sexual outlet. The separation, the loss.

Jason Gideon: All right. What about the victims?

Jennifer Jareau: SFPD can't connect the Jarvis' and the Cutlers, but witnesses put an unidentified late model gold sedan near both fires.

Aaron Hotchner: Run the car. Garcia, run the victims through the system, if there's any connection we need to find it.

Penelope Garcia: Yes, sir.

Aaron Hotchner: We need victimology. I'll go see Charlotte Cutler.

Jason Gideon: You took the burn one last time.

Aaron Hotchner: It's all right. I got it.


Aaron Hotchner: Has she said anything about the fires?

Doctor: I'm giving her as much painkiller as I can. She asked about her husband and son. She passed out again before I had to answer.

Emily Prentiss: So she doesn't know.

Doctor: Whatever you tell her, she won't live long enough to know different… I'll be right back.

Emily Prentiss: Did she just tell us to lie to a material witness?

Aaron Hotchner: No. She told us that we could.


Ricardo Vega: Welcome. Ricardo Vega, SFFDR.

Jason Gideon: Hi. Jason Gideon, this is Derek Morgan.

Ricardo Vega: Most likely the arson suspect is a first responder who set both fires with premeditative intent to return to it within a professional capacity.

Jason Gideon: You read my paper.

Ricardo Vega: "Profiles of a serial arsonist," I make everyone on my team read it. I've run the first responders of both fires, these are the pedigrees of everyone that was here that night. No fire, police, or EMT responded to both.

Derek Morgan: No one?

Ricardo Vega: Except me, which is why I've included copies of my department performance reviews, medical records, and psych-evals.

Jason Gideon: It's unnecessary.

Ricardo Vega: No, it's not. Your best suspect is a fireman who saw both fires burning. That's me. I'm saving you time. Come on, I'll walk you through it.


Aaron Hotchner: Mrs. Cutler? I'm Special Agent Aaron Hotchner, this is Special Agent Emily Prentiss.

Charlotte Cutler: Hello. Where's Paul?

Emily Prentiss: Your son…

Aaron Hotchner: Was with you the night of the fire. That's why we're here.

Charlotte Cutler: I don't understand.

Aaron Hotchner: We're FBI agents. We think that the fire may have been set intentionally.

Charlotte Cutler: I'm very tired.

Aaron Hotchner: I understand. This is very important. Do you think you could just give us a couple of minutes? I want you to think back to that night. Was there anything out of the ordinary?

Emily Prentiss: Think about the things that you normally do.  Uh, get undressed, wash your face…

Charlotte Cutler: I couldn't brush my teeth.


Charlotte Cutler: Dennis? The water's not working.

Dennis Cutler: I'll check it out.


Charlotte Cutler: Dennis got the water back on. Then…

Emily Prentiss: Then you went to bed?

Aaron Hotchner: Do you remember what woke you up?

Charlotte Cutler: Paul.

Emily Prentiss: Not the smoke alarms?

Charlotte Cutler: It was Paul.

Aaron Hotchner: What else do you remember?

Charlotte Cutler: Dennis unlocked it and it wouldn't open.

Aaron Hotchner: He unlocked what?

Charlotte Cutler: The front door! Somebody please help us, please!


Charlotte Cutler: What's wrong?!

Dennis Cutler: I ca…

Charlotte Cutler: Somebody! Somebody please help us…


Charlotte Cutler: Please and then I saw the fireman… And I knew it was gonna be okay. Dennis? Paul where's my baby? Paul. Where are they? Are they okay?

Aaron Hotchner: They're fine. They're just outside in the waiting room.

Charlotte Cutler: Ohh oh, right. I don't want them to see me like this. No, I'm not ready. Could you please tell them to wait a minute, please? I'm not ready.

Aaron Hotchner: Agent Prentiss will tell them. You call Gideon and Morgan? I can stay with you until you're ready. If you'd like.

Charlotte Cutler: I'd like that.


Jason Gideon: She told her husband there was no water. Where's the shut-off?

Ricardo Vega: Runs up the sidewalk.

Derek Morgan: Okay, so I'm the unsub.


Derek Morgan: I need to get in the house… So I turn the water off right here… And then I wait… I wait for him to come outside… I wait for them to go to sleep and then I carefully pour the fuel. Cutting access to the back door… I leave them only one way to get out…


Derek Morgan: The front door.

Jason Gideon: She said that Dennis unlocked them. Still wouldn't open.

Ricardo Vega: When we got here was unlocked. The door opens in. Nothing held them from the outside so whatever used to keep it shut them up was in the inside. Here see this light spots... Something was jammed in there. Shielded surface beneath it from smoke.

Derek Morgan: So where is it? He jammed it from the inside it could still be here.

Ricardo Vega: We didn't find anything.

Jason Gideon: Took it with him.

Derek Morgan: That means he would've still be inside as it was burning.

Ricardo Vega: He would had been in full fire gear.

Jason Gideon: She didn't see a fireman.

Derek Morgan: She's saw the unsub.

Ricardo Vega: Okay, hold on, the house is on fire why would he stay inside of it?

Jason Gideon: He wanted to watch them burn.


Spencer Reid: This place is great! They have their own espresso machine.

Jennifer Jareau: Dr. Reid, this is Detective Castro, she is with the SFPD liaison.

Spencer Reid: Burned my hand on that espresso machine.

Leah Castro: Ooh! A genius, you said?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, uh, his coordination drops off when he's thinking.

Leah Castro: Good. 'Cause we need to figure out why this psycho chooses these families.

Spencer Reid: He's most likely targeting the men. They're the only similar members of the two families. C. Jarvis, 29, worked full-time. Charlotte Cutler, 39, was a stay-at-home mom. The Jarvis' had two girls in public grade school, Cutler's had a son in private high school. The Jarvis' went to church, the Cutlers didn't. Nothing holds. Except with the men both in their late thirties, white, approximately 6-feet tall, brown hair, nice homes, nice families, good jobs, that's the connection.

Leah Castro: What connection? Cutler was a lawyer, Jarvis an executive. There's no evidence they ever met.

Spencer Reid: But they're of the same type. We know that most serial arsonists are white males. A complex M.O. Develops over time. This guy is in his mid-thirties, he sees the victims as successful versions of himself. And he resents them for it.

Leah Castro: I'll issue an A.P.B. for a resentful 6-foot white guy.


Jennifer Jareau: Okay, great. I got it. Thanks.

Aaron Hotchner: Charlotte Cutler died.

Jason Gideon: I'm sorry. Next time I'll go.

Aaron Hotchner: What have we got on the vehicle?

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, it is a 1999 gold Ford Taurus. 85% of that model colour-combo were sold domestically as fleet vehicles. Company cars, rental fleets.

Aaron Hotchner: Did you check all agencies?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, none of them kept them for the past three weeks, or rented during both fires, so who keeps a rental car for three weeks?

Aaron Hotchner: Then it's not a rental.

Jennifer Jareau: It would have to be a company car. This guy, he had to have time to stalk his victims. And if his job involves driving…

Ricardo Vega: There was a serial arsonist up in Seattle, early nineties.

Aaron Hotchner: Paul Kenneth Keller.

Ricardo Vega: Yeah. He used to drive around all day selling advertising for his dad's agency, picking out places to burn.

Aaron Hotchner: Company car. Good work, J.J.

Jason Gideon: Let's do the profile.


Aaron Hotchner: The unsub we're looking for is a highly intelligent, under-achieving, 35 to 45-year-old white male with a severe narcissistic character disorder.

Jason Gideon: Nothing in his life works for long. If he was married, he's now divorced. If employed, it won't last.

Derek Morgan: What he wants is admiration, but he's got no respect for others not their feelings, and most certainly not their safety.

Jason Gideon: He feels entitled. He's like a petulant adolescent. He both resents and he absolutely expects everyone to take care of him.

Aaron Hotchner: And given that a male relative wouldn't tolerate this behaviour, he most likely lives with a female relative his mother, grandmother, aunt, whom he exploits.

Derek Morgan: His arson kit is expensive. Fire suit, oxygen mask. This suggests that he may be employed, but his personality will not allow him to work closely with others in an office setting.

Aaron Hotchner: This along with the information about his vehicle lead us to believe that he's a traveling salesman of some sort, who works for a company big enough not to notice that he's a sociopath.

Leah Castro: Okay, this scumbag has issues, we all get it. But why fire?

Spencer Reid: He's like a drug addict. Only fire's his drug. Each time an addict needs a fix, they need more of the drug to get off. So his crimes most likely get much worse. It would be almost impossible for him to quit without help.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you very much.


Penelope Garcia: She shoots she scores! The crowd goes wild.


Ricardo Vega: I just put the entire department on TAC alert.

Spencer Reid: Garcia's on line one.

Penelope Garcia: Brace yourselves. I'm gonna teach you the meaning of lust.

Jason Gideon: Did she say lust?

Penelope Garcia: I cross-referenced every known fact on the victims, and I just found a website that links both Dennis Cutler and Matthew Jarvis' companies on a list of businesses guilty of L.U.S.T.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm missing something.

Penelope Garcia: Leaking underground storage tanks. The website belongs to a recently founded San Francisco chapter of the earth defense front.

Emily Prentiss: The EDF? The eco-terrorist group?

Spencer Reid: They aren't eco-terrorists, they're environmental activists.

Derek Morgan: Dennis Cutler and Matthew Jarvis may disagree with you.

Ricardo Vega: I'm pretty sure some EDF people were sent up for torching an SUV dealership a while back in San Diego.

Jason Gideon: Nobody died in those fires.

Emily Prentiss: Maybe they got lucky.

Jason Gideon: No, it's not luck. This group's dedicated to protecting life.

Ricardo Vega: What, do they wait until no one's home and then light the place up?

Aaron Hotchner: That's exactly what they do.


Tom Dunleavy: So tell me who we're playing again today.

Brad: We play the jets.

Tom Dunleavy: The jets, right, okay. I'll be in a second. Katie! Come on. We're not gonna be late twice in one week… Yeah?

Katie: I'm coming!

Tom Dunleavy: Come on, sweetie.

Katie: Right. No, I got that.

Tom Dunleavy: Yeah. No, we're leaving…


Tom Dunleavy: We're leaving right now. Yeah. All right, guys. We ready? Belt.

Katie: Oh, yeah.

Brad: What's wrong?

Tom Dunleavy: I don't know. It's not opening.


Ricardo Vega: Are you telling me that the FBI doesn't have files on organizations like this? Lists and members?

Derek Morgan: Domestic groups like the EDF aren't the bureau's top priority right now.

Spencer Reid: Besides, they're more of a movement than an organization.

Jason Gideon: There's a central ideology, but chapters are independent, they don't pay dues and they don't keep membership lists.

Emily Prentiss: What if one of the chapters has broken ranks and has a new belief?


Brad: Dad?

Tom Dunleavy: What are you doing?! Hey! Get out, guys, get out! Get out! Get out! kids, Get out now!

Katie: Dad, it's not opening! Come on, It won't open, dad!

Tom Dunleavy: Open the door! Get out!


Jason Gideon: Hurting people's never been part of it. Doesn't track. Doesn't fit the profile.

Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, can you identify how many members are in this particular EDF chapter?

Penelope Garcia: Uh, it looks like a hundred to 150.


Tom Dunleavy: What are you doing?!

Katie: It's not opening! I'm scared, dad! I'm scared!

Tom Dunleavy: Doors open-open!

Brad: Start the car!

Tom Dunleavy: I'm trying it won't start.  Hurry!

Katie: I'm scared, dad, I'm scared!

Tom Dunleavy: Come on, get out! Get out! Keep trying! Keep trying! Come on! Keep trying. What are you doing?!


Aaron Hotchner: Thomas R. Dunleavy, Dunbrook development group.

Penelope Garcia: On the list. Okay, I'm sending you a file on the EDF leader… Evan Abby, 41, 5' 11", 185 pounds.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: Pardon me for asking, sir, but how do we even know he's involved?

Aaron Hotchner: We don't. That's why we're interviewing Abby at the crime scene. If he is the leader of the EDF, his reaction to all this should tell us exactly what we need to know.


Ricardo Vega: Where do you guys want it?

Aaron Hotchner: This is the spot.

Jason Gideon: When he arrives, bring the fake bodies right past us nice and slow. I want him to get a good look.

Ricardo Vega: Remind me to never play poker with you guys.

Jason Gideon: So what do we have on this guy? Hotch!

Aaron Hotchner: What?

Jason Gideon: What do we have on the EDF leader?

Aaron Hotchner: Evan Abby, 41, divorced, father of Liam, 14. Environmental engineer, does consults on real estate projects, has worked with every company on the EDF list.

Jason Gideon: Can't wait to meet him.


Emily Prentiss: Mr. Abby, these are Special Agents Jason Gideon and Aaron Hotchner.

Jason Gideon: Thank you for coming.

Evan Abby: Um, Agent Prentiss said you needed my help with a L.U.S.T. related fire?

Jason Gideon: Yeah, it's pretty bad. Tom, Brad, Katie Dunleavy. All burned to death.

Evan Abby: Whew… Uh so, um, where's the uh, where's the leaking storage tank?

Aaron Hotchner: Katie was only 12. You've got a son about that age, don't you?

Jason Gideon: Did you know tom Dunleavy?

Evan Abby: What is this?

Jason Gideon: He worked for Dunbrook development group.

Evan Abby: Why are you asking me these questions?

Aaron Hotchner: You posted Dunbrook on your website.

Evan Abby: My website? Look, I came down here voluntarily because I was told you needed help with a L.U.S.T. related fire.

Aaron Hotchner: Three fires. Three families. Three fathers who worked for companies posted on your EDF website. All burned to death. You worked for these companies every one on your list.

Evan Abby: Are you accusing me of a crime?

Aaron Hotchner: What do you think?

Jason Gideon: Mr. Abby, I support your cause. But I reject these methods.

Evan Abby: I don't know what cause or methods you're referring to.

Aaron Hotchner: You created the site, you posted the list, you're the leader of the EDF.

Evan Abby: Well, if you could prove that, we wouldn't be having this conversation, would we?

Jason Gideon: Mr. Abby, people are dying. Children, Mr. Abby. We know EDF's strategy has always supported violence. I'm asking you, has EDF's strategy changed?

Evan Abby: No. It hasn't.

Jason Gideon: He could barely look at this. A serial arsonist wouldn't be able to peel his eyes away.

Aaron Hotchner: He's hiding something. More than just his support for the EDF.

Emily Prentiss: Hey, it occurred to me if all I knew about the EDF was that they went around burning down SUV dealerships and housing developments.

Jason Gideon: Well, that's a common misconception.

Emily Prentiss: That's my point. What if our profile is right and the unsub held the same misconception? He wants to fit in, he wants people around him to appreciate what he does, isn't it possible that the unsub joined the EDF thinking…

Aaron Hotchner: It was an arsonist's club?

Jason Gideon: Sure. That's possible.

Ricardo Vega: If we give Abby our unsub's profile could he help us identify him?

Aaron Hotchner: We can't give Abby the profile, not until we find out what he's hiding.

Emily Prentiss: Still, it seems Abby's our best chance of finding the unsub.

Jason Gideon: You want Abby or the ex-wife?

Aaron Hotchner: Abby.


Allison Abby: At Berkeley 20 years ago, Evan was a different person. In every way. Warm, funny, honest. Even naive.

Jason Gideon: What happened?

Allison Abby: We had school loans, I got pregnant… His job.

Jason Gideon: Evan was an environmental consultant. Builder's hired him to help them clean up their sites. Make sure they were up to EPA code.

Allison Abby: Evan thought they hired him to do the right thing.

Jason Gideon: Did he?

Allison Abby: No. Developers don't care about mercury in the groundwater. They just want to pass inspection as fast and cheap as possible. He had a budget, it was never enough, but they didn't care how he spent it, as long as they passed inspection.

Jason Gideon: Well, how did Evan deal with that?

Allison Abby: He drank… It got bad.

Jason Gideon: How bad?

Allison Abby: I thought he might hurt himself. I didn't know if he could live with it.

Jason Gideon: How's his relationship with your son Liam?

Allison Abby: He doesn't have one. I had to threaten to take him to court to get him to pay child support. Must've either scared the hell out of him or really pissed him off.

Jason Gideon: Why's that?

Allison Abby: Because every Sunday night for the past 9 months he tosses $2,000 cash through the mail slot… He left long before I threw him out.


Aaron Hotchner: I don't know… I will… But I promise I'm going to give it to you… Okay… I love you, too.

Emily Prentiss: Everything okay?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.

Emily Prentiss: You know, for a guy claiming to be innocent, he's acting pretty guilty.

Aaron Hotchner: I never underestimate the effect being confronted by the FBI will have on a suspect.

Emily Prentiss: I don't think he's effected, I think he's freaked out. In the time we've been watching him, he's packed his belongings into cardboard boxes, hit his attorney's office and 4 banks.

Aaron Hotchner: It does look like he's getting ready to run.

Emily Prentiss: The question is, what do we do?

Aaron Hotchner: For now, nothing. We just watch.


Emily Prentiss: All those people? No booze or music? That's either a very lame going away party or an EDF meeting.

Aaron Hotchner: We need to set surveillance up. Grab your camera.

Emily Prentiss: Where should I set up?

Aaron Hotchner: Right here. If he's hiding something, we don't have a warrant, we don't have supplies.

Emily Prentiss: You want to intimidate him.

Aaron Hotchner: I want another chance to find out what he's hiding.

Emily Prentiss: Okay.

Aaron Hotchner: Smile, everybody.

Emily Prentiss: It looks like intimidation worked.


Evan Abby: So what is it with you? Shoving a bunch of dead kids in my face wasn't enough? Thought I needed a little harassment, too? It's over, all right? I denounced the fires and the people responsible for them, and I just disbanded the EDF.

Emily Prentiss: If the EDF had nothing to do with the fires, why would you disband?

Evan Abby: Do you have kids, Agent Hotchner?

Aaron Hotchner: I have a son like you.

Evan Abby: Good. Then I'm gonna tell you this, one father to another. I started the EDF for my son. And yours. Not to have some other guy's son burn to death. Hope your pictures come out.

Aaron Hotchner: Prentiss, does he look like he weighs 185 to you?

Emily Prentiss: 165, maybe. Why would he hold a meeting when he knew we were watching?

Aaron Hotchner: He wanted us to see it. He wanted to make sure that we saw him trying to do the right thing.

Emily Prentiss: You don't believe him?


Aaron Hotchner: I don't know.

Emily Prentiss: He seemed pretty angry for a guy who's trying to do the right thing.

Aaron Hotchner: That's why we need to get those photos to Garcia.

Emily Prentiss: What do you mean?

Aaron Hotchner: Either he's angry because he's guilty of a wrongdoing, or he's angry because his attempts to do the right thing with the EDF have gotten people killed, but either way…

Emily Prentiss: The arsonist was here tonight.


Vincent Stiles: Yeah, I'll show you a sick, deranged coward, you ignorant son of a bitch.


Vincent Stiles: Deranged coward… I'll show you a deranged coward.


Leah Castro: The victim was a CPA. Greg Ballou, 39, white, 6-feet, handsome. He was talking to his fiancé on his cell when it happened.

Ricardo Vega: This kerosene is the same exact type used in the other fires.

Derek Morgan: Well, Hotch had Abby under surveillance at the time of the attack, so we know Abby's not the unsub.

Ricardo Vega: Witnesses put the gold sedan here, so we know this is our guy.

Derek Morgan: And given that the attack occurred less than 30 minutes after the EDF meeting and Abby's house is less than a mile from here.

Jason Gideon: Chances are the unsub was at Abby's house.

Ricardo Vega: He parked some distance away and walked.

Derek Morgan: This victim wasn't even connected to the EDF list.

Leah Castro: He was just a guy who looked like he had a nice life like the others.

Ricardo Vega: The unsub didn't go into a house, he barely even got out of his car. There was no planning whatsoever. Why?

Derek Morgan: He's evolving. He's doing it fast.

Jason Gideon: He's smarter than that. This was random, impulsive, adolescent. Like a tantrum. He's got displaced aggression. He listens to Abby denounce him and his work, it enrages him, and so that's the trigger. Unsub lashes out immediately.

Derek Morgan: Well, if he was at Abby's we have him on camera. It's just a matter of time before Garcia has a suspect list.

Jason Gideon: He's evolving too rapidly. He's gonna attack again soon. We're gonna have to trust this Abby guy with the profile. Let's go.


Aaron Hotchner: He's leaving, but not the way we thought.

Emily Prentiss: What do you mean?

Aaron Hotchner: He's seeing his oncologist.

Emily Prentiss: Ohh, God. It makes sense. The banks, the attorney. He's putting his affairs in order.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.


Aaron Hotchner: Which one is your son?

Evan Abby: Catcher.

Aaron Hotchner: Does he know you're here?

Evan Abby: I think so, but we have an arrangement.

Aaron Hotchner: What's that?

Evan Abby: We both pretend I'm not.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm sorry… How long do you have?

Evan Abby: 6 months would be a miracle.

Aaron Hotchner: And you haven't told anyone?

Evan Abby: No… It's leukemia… Lust can be lethal. I started the EDF right after I was diagnosed. How did you know?

Aaron Hotchner: My father, when I was in high school everyone knew he had affairs even my mother but nobody talked about it, so I decided to confront him. And I followed him the lawyer's, the doctor's the banks, the weight-loss, and it all came back. He had lung cancer.

Evan Abby: Well, you know what benzene is?

Aaron Hotchner: I know it causes cancer.

Evan Abby: Leukemia… It's also highly flammable. They kept it in underground tanks. It's expensive to clean up cheaper to hide. My specialty. Most of the properties were zoned "CR", commercial- warehouses where nobody worked, so what's the harm, right? I just found out that one of those jobs was sold and rezoned "ES". Elementary school.

Aaron Hotchner: And you didn't report it?

Evan Abby: I report it, they come after me and I leave nothing for my son. That's why I started the EDF, the L.U.S.T. List. I was trying to do the right thing.

Aaron Hotchner: You still can.

Evan Abby: I don't know who he is.

Aaron Hotchner: He was at your house last night and he was angry.

Evan Abby: Everybody was angry last night, they were furious that I shut it all down.

Aaron Hotchner: He was angry for a different reason. What you said enraged him. But he's a coward, he wouldn't confront you. He was probably the only one who wasn't angry at the time. He didn't express anything until after he left.

Evan Abby: Vincent Stiles.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.


Aaron Hotchner: Vincent Stiles. Abby's leaving, keep a trail on him until we have stiles just to be sure.

Leah Castro: Copy that. I have Abby.


Aaron Hotchner: Clear.

Derek Morgan: Gideon, he's not here.

Aaron Hotchner: He got the company names from the EDF website, then he watched the offices until he found employees that suited his taste.

Emily Prentiss: He just left. A neighbour saw him leave. He's a pharmaceutical sales rep, he's been living here since his divorce 6 weeks ago.

Aaron Hotchner: That's the stressor.

Derek Morgan: Yeah, talk to me… Yeah, I'll let him know.

Aaron Hotchner: What?

Derek Morgan: Abby shook the tail we had on him.


Vincent Stiles: Bet you were afraid I wasn't coming, huh?

Evan Abby: Look. Those things that I said about you I'm sorry… I had to say them… I know you're an artist. A genius. I appreciate your true value.

Vincent Stiles: So what, you just came here to apologize?

Evan Abby: No I came here because I respect your talent… And I want to take full advantage of it.


Aaron Hotchner: Garcia checked Abby's phone records, and he called stiles right after I left him.

Jason Gideon: Well, you saw someone Abby identified with.

Aaron Hotchner: I can't killers, I save lives, I'm a hero, until my key hits my front door, and then I'm just the father and the husband who's never there.

Jason Gideon: I got that one.

Aaron Hotchner: Here's the thing. When I'm home, I'm in this silent panic because I know that I have to be as good as I can as fast as I can, because any minute the phone is gonna ring and my time is up, and that panic is exactly what I saw in Abby.

Jason Gideon: Good. You're Abby. You're a dead man walking, you gotta make this right. You have no time left, how do you do it? Come on, don't think about it, you know the answer. What is it?

Aaron Hotchner: I'd stop him.

Jason Gideon: How?

Aaron Hotchner: I'd burn him. The same way he killed them. I'd do it where nobody could get hurt. Which is why I would call it in first.


Ricardo Vega: We got a 9-1-1 anonymous tip for a fire in the harbour district.

Aaron Hotchner: Is it a warehouse?

Ricardo Vega: Yeah. 6000 san alameda.

Aaron Hotchner: Can you call Garcia?

Derek Morgan: She's right here.

Aaron Hotchner: Hey, Garcia, can you check the zoning code on a warehouse at 6000 san alameda?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, I certainly can.

Emily Prentiss: The SFPD chopper circled the harbour twice. There's no sign of fire.

Penelope Garcia: Okay, 6000 san alameda is a commercial storage facility. But it looks like the property was just sold and the lot was approved for zone conversion.

Aaron Hotchner: "CR" to "ES".

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, that's right.

Leah Castro: "CR", commercial, what's "ES"?

Aaron Hotchner: Elementary school, and there's a leaking benzene tank underneath it. It's not a false alarm.

Leah Castro: But there's no fire there.

Emily Prentiss: There's about to be.


Evan Abby: I started without you… This is how you do it, right?

Vincent Stiles: Well, fire's a fire. Once it gets going, it don't matter.

Evan Abby: That's not that's not really true, though, is it?

Vincent Stiles: I don't know what you're talking about.

Evan Abby: There's something missing from this scenario, don't you think?

Vincent Stiles: I'm sorry, you lost me.

Evan Abby: The innocent family. You know, the victims. That's what the suit's for, right? So you can see the terror on their faces as they burn? But of course, then, you're here to kill me, right?

Vincent Stiles: You're dead right.


Ricardo Vega: We can't put a benzene fire out with water. All water does is spread it around, it burns too hot. Contaminates the ground table.

Jason Gideon: So we'll let it burn.

Ricardo Vega: We exhaust the fuel. All we can do is cordon it off, stop it from spreading, and let the benzene burn out. Do you understand?

Jason Gideon: Yeah, I got it.

Ricardo Vega: Does Hotchner?

Derek Morgan: Yeah, what's up?

Jason Gideon: Don't put me on speaker. Just listen.


Evan Abby: Well, you know, you can go ahead and shoot me, and then you set this place off like a bomb… No?

Vincent Stiles: You know, this suit can handle over 1,500 degrees. Benzene burns so fast, I won't go through half my air before it goes out.

Evan Abby: Oh, you won't even go through that much. See, benzene burns at twice that.

Vincent Stiles: What are you doing?

Evan Abby: The right thing.

Vincent Stiles: Why? You didn't know any of those people.

Evan Abby: Neither did you!

Vincent Stiles: This fire will spread!

Evan Abby: Fire department's on its way.

Vincent Stiles: They can't fight a benzene fire.

Evan Abby: They'll contain it.

Vincent Stiles: Seriously, what how do you plan on getting out of here?

Evan Abby: I don't.


Aaron Hotchner: Morgan, what are you doing?

Derek Morgan: Hotch, it's too late, man, I'm sorry.


Derek Morgan: Hotch-stop! Stop, stop!

Aaron Hotchner: He's burning to death and we're just gonna stand here?

Derek Morgan: Look at it, man! It's over!

Aaron Hotchner: He wanted his death to mean something.


Ricardo Vega: I found this in Abby's car.


Aaron Hotchner: Gandhi said, "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."


Aaron Hotchner: Here he is. Thanks.

Liam Abby: Mom, what's going on?

Allison Abby: It's okay, Liam.

Aaron Hotchner: Liam? My name's Aaron. I was a friend of your dad's.

Liam Abby: I saw you with him at my practice.

Aaron Hotchner: That's right.

Liam Abby: You weren't at his funeral.

Aaron Hotchner: I couldn't be there. I had to be with my family. But I was thinking of him and you… Your dad asked me to give you this.

Liam Abby: Why you?

Aaron Hotchner: I don't know. Maybe because I was young when my dad died… Anyway, you may have some questions someday, and, uh please feel free to call me, I'll do everything I can to answer them.

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