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#222 : Morts anonymes

Scénariste : Edward Allen Bernero
Réalisateur : Glenn Kershaw

Un officier fait appel à Gideon et son équipe : il a recensé 63 disparitions de sans-abris à Kansas City mais ses supérieurs, persuadés qu'il ne s'agissait pas d'une affaire criminelle, n'ont pas voulu ouvrir une enquête, mais il n'est pas convaincu qu'ils soient tout simplement partis. De plus, aucune autorité n'a officiellement demandé de l'aide au FBI et les disparus ne sont fichés nulle part, ce qui complique encore la tâche pour les retrouver.

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Titre VO
Legacy

Titre VF
Morts anonymes

Première diffusion
09.05.2007

Première diffusion en France
21.11.2007

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Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin), Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) et Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson).

Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin), Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) et Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson).

Jennifer Jareau (A.J. Cook) discute avec un homme.

Jennifer Jareau (A.J. Cook) discute avec un homme.

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N°044

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 :
   - Kristoffer Ryan Winters ... Cal McGee
   - Bre Blair ... Maggie
   - Steven Williams ... Capitaine Wright
   - Tahmus Rounds ... Charles Holcombe
   - Ronnie Steadman ... Steven
   - Jack Donner ... Nate
   - Mary Gillis ... Mona
   - Wil Garret ... Benny

Old Nate: Wai-wai-wai-wait! Just-- just look at me! Please! Is this-- is this the hospital? D-did I make it out? I made it! This isn't the hospital. Oh God, please, please, please… Please.

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Aaron Hotchner: You're not teaching today?

Jason Gideon: This afternoon.

Aaron Hotchner: What's this?

Jason Gideon: It's genius.

Aaron Hotchner: You have Chaplin on film?

Jason Gideon: My great-granddad was an accountant at one of the first movie studios.

Aaron Hotchner: He lived in California?

Jason Gideon: No, no, no. Chicago. Essanay Studios Closed 1920. Back then, you had 4 of 5 movies made in the U.S. they were all made in Chicago. They closed down and let my grandpa take a... Eh, a couple of extra prints home.

Aaron Hotchner: They let him?

Jason Gideon: Well, that's the family story. We're sticking to it… This guy's a genius.

Aaron Hotchner: How come you haven't brought these in before?

Jason Gideon: Showing it to my cadets today. I try to leave them with some kind of strategy for dealing with the stress the job brings.

Aaron Hotchner: Like comedy.

Jason Gideon: Greatest gift my granddad ever left me.

Derek Morgan: What's going on in here? Oh, Mr. Chaplin, the funny guy. You know, if what I hear is true about that man, that right there was the original player. Okay, but, guys, seriously, what's up with the rickety projector? They don't have this on DVD?

Aaron Hotchner: Hey, some people like things run through a projector.

Derek Morgan: I think I'm gonna let you two old-timers do your thing. I'm out.

Jason Gideon: Hey, I got a couple little tramp reels if you have time.

Aaron Hotchner: I got a few minutes.

Jason Gideon: That's...

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Cal McGee: Agent Jareau?

Jennifer Jareau: It's open.

Cal McGee: Detective McGee, Kansas City P.D. I called last week about some missing people in downtown Kansas City.

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, right, right. Um... I'm sorry. Didn't I ask you to send me your files first?

Cal McGee: Yeah. Um, about that, I--I don't, uh, have any files. No--no one's actually been reported missing yet. It's--it's more like a theory.

Jennifer Jareau: Theory.

Cal McGee: Yeah. Um... Brought you the most relevant ones. I have, um, like, 40 more of them. I catalogue everybody I come in contact with on the street-- um, names, descriptions, uh, what they're wearing, identifying marks. Anyways, my department assigned me to keep an eye on downtown, uh, skid row, dopers, um, hooker stroll, whatnot. Typical stuff. And everything was going good until I started noticing there were less and less every week.

Jennifer Jareau: Of...

Cal McGee: Of-- of them. Less vagrants, less-- less prostitutes, less junkies strung out on the corners.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, sounds to me like you're doing a good job.

Cal McGee: Yeah, that's what my bosses think. I actually, uh... Got an award last week from the mayor's office.

Jennifer Jareau: So...

Cal McGee: So I'm not doing it. Crime went down because the people committing the crimes have disappeared. And-- and then, over the last several weeks, people seem to be disappearing at a couple a day.

Jennifer Jareau: Isn't that the nature of these particular groups is that they're transient?

Cal McGee: No. No. N-not this many this fast. I-I'm telling you, I can… I can talk to somebody at lunch, and by dinnertime, they're wiped off the face of the earth.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay. Um, how many is it?

Cal McGee: 63.

Jennifer Jareau: 63 people?

Cal McGee: At least 63… 63 people that i regularly used to see are just not there anymore. And then last week, I,um... I got this in the mail at the stationhouse.

Jennifer Jareau: There are two types of people in the world. Those who do the work and those who take the credit. You should be ashamed.

Cal McGee: Somebody else knows that I'm getting praised for something that I did not do.

Jennifer Jareau: 63 people. You're--you're sure about this?

Cal McGee: Something is happening out there, Agent Jareau… Something bad.

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Aaron Hotchner: You aren't sure whether anyone is in fact missing.

Cal McGee: No, I--I am sure. I just can't seem to convince anyone else of it.

Aaron Hotchner: There's been no official investigation?

Cal McGee: No.

Jennifer Jareau: 63 people can't be coincidence, right?

Derek Morgan: Reid, any stats on the percentages of, um well, I don't really know how to phrase the question.

Spencer Reid: Homeless who go missing? The very nature of homelessness suggests a lifestyle of fluidity, yet honestly, they're not as transient as you would think. They generally stay in small, well-defined areas based on familiarity and what services are nearby.

Cal McGee: So--so you're saying they don't just disappear.

Spencer Reid: Not normally, but I mean, that doesn't preclude the possibility.

Penelope Garcia: Names, addresses, descriptions. Do--do you have any information that might help us find them again?

Cal McGee: I--I didn't have a need for it at the time.

Emily Prentiss: Do you have enough here to see if they've been reported missing by someone?

Penelope Garcia: I don't-- I don't know.

Cal McGee: I--I ran them all through our computers and came up blank.

Jason Gideon: None of them turned up deceased? Checked the morgues and the hospitals?

Cal McGee: I--I have checked everywhere, sir.

Aaron Hotchner: Simply being gone isn't a federal issue.

Jason Gideon: We're gonna need an official invitation into your jurisdiction.

Cal McGee: An official?

Aaron Hotchner: Police chief, chief of detectives. It has to come down through the chain of command. We have no authority to look into this.

Cal McGee: Um, I don't know that I-- I can do that.

Aaron Hotchner: Unless we're officially asked, we can't help you.

Jason Gideon: Jurisdictional issues aren't open for debate. Sorry. It's out of our hands.

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, Hotch... There could be 63 victims here.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, I suppose you and I could go back with the detective and talk to his commanders and try to impress upon them the serious implications.

Cal McGee: Thank you.

Aaron Hotchner: If we get an invitation, we could send for the rest of you. I just don't want to give the appearance that we're running over them.

Jason Gideon: I'll wrap my class up. If anything changes, let me know. I should be available by 4:00.

Aaron Hotchner: J.J. Be ready in 30.

Cal McGee: Agent. Um, sir. He--he took 2 of my book uh…

Emily Prentiss: If you could leave your notebooks with us, we can unofficially go over them and maybe develop some more information.

Cal McGee: How about I show you, uh, which people aren't around anymore and you can copy down all the information.

Derek Morgan: Okay. Well, you heard Agent Hotchner. You got 30 minutes to brief us on 63 people.

Cal McGee: Okay. Um...

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Aaron Hotchner: “Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity, nothing exceeds the criticisms made of the habits  of the poor by the well-housed well-warmed, and well-fed.” Herman Melville.

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Jennifer Jareau: Landing in 10 minutes.

Cal McGee: What?

Jennifer Jareau: We're landing in 10 minutes.

Cal McGee: Already?

Jennifer Jareau: It's a fast plane…

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Jennifer Jareau: He's really into those notebooks.

Aaron Hotchner: Almost obsessional.

Jennifer Jareau: You mean clinically obsessional.

Aaron Hotchner: Obsessive note-taking could be a form of O.C.D.

Jennifer Jareau: So the only witness we have to any of this might be mentally unstable?

Aaron Hotchner: That's possible.

Jennifer Jareau: This maybe be a wild-goose chase.

Aaron Hotchner: But as someone I greatly respect suggested, 63 people may be in trouble and I think that that's worth the chase.

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Emily Prentiss: Damn.

Derek Morgan: That is a lot of people.

Spencer Reid: Homeless men, homeless women, runaways, prostitutes, and drug users.

Emily Prentiss: Can all of their disappearances be a coincidence?

Spencer Reid: Yeah, technically it wouldn't really be a coincidence since a number of these people share high-risk traits, which throws the curve off. You see, the word "coincidence" implies more-

Derek Morgan: Hey, kid, we do not need a vocabulary lesson right now.

Spencer Reid: Right. Sorry.

Derek Morgan: What was it the Yorkshire ripper said about his victims?

Spencer Reid: The women I killed were filth, bastard prostitutes that were littering the streets. I was just cleaning up the place a bit.

Derek Morgan: He's a housecleaner.

Spencer Reid: Mission-based killer who believes his murders are helping society.

Derek Morgan: These guys devolve rapidly until they're just killing machines.

Emily Prentiss: And our hands are tied by jurisdictional concerns?

Derek Morgan: Well, what are we supposed to do? If we don't follow the city's jurisdiction, no one's gonna ever ask us for help. We do it by the book. Then we pray... That no one else gets hurt in the meantime.

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Maggie: You're kidding me, right? You got nothing I need.

Steven: Someone wants company.

Maggie: What, like a date?

Steven: I'm supposed to take you.

Maggie: In this?

Steven: Get in.

Maggie: Slow down. Private party's gonna cost about 500 bucks, baby.

Steven: Get in.

Maggie: But you're all right with that,500 bucks, cash?

Steven: He'll pay. Get in.

Maggie: You're a twitchy little thing, aren't you?

Steven: No. Use the side door. No one can see you.

Maggie: Yeah. Whatever.

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Derek Morgan: All right, you beautiful thing, you. Talk to me. Tell me you got something I can work with.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, I wish I could, but I've gone through 41 names so far and none of them reported missing in any database.

Derek Morgan: Come on, girl. Not one?

Penelope Garcia: No. I even went Interpol on it. Big fat zero.

Derek Morgan: Damn.

Penelope Garcia: It's unbelievably sad, isn't it?

Derek Morgan: All right. Well, just keep doing your thing, all right? Let me know if you find anything with the rest of the names.

Penelope Garcia: Okay.

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Maggie: What'd you do to yourself, girl? That driver... What is it he gave me? What the hell? You took my shoes? What are you, some kind of freak? Let me outta here!

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Maggie: Look, if this is your idea of a joke, I'm not laughing… Oh, you're gonna pay for this, freak. Believe me.

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Maggie: I'm hurting. I cut myself. Would somebody please help me? Would somebody please help me in here?

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Cal McGee: This is my desk over here.

Aaron Hotchner: Is this your commander's office?

Cal McGee: Yeah. Uh, I'm--I'm gonna go talk to him first.

Aaron Hotchner: Sure.

Jennifer Jareau: This is the neatest detective's desk I have ever seen.

Capt. Wright: You did… You did what? Call you back.

Jennifer Jareau: I'm guessing it didn't go too well.

Capt. Wright: I'm Captain Wright.

Aaron Hotchner: Agent Hotchner. This is Agent Jareau. We're with the FBI'S Behavioral Analysis Unit.

Capt. Wright: Listen, guys, I don't know what detective McGee here told you-

Cal McGee: Yes, you do. I told them that there's a large number of people missing from my area of responsibility.

Capt. Wright: No. You think there are a large number of people missing. We discussed this last week.

Aaron Hotchner: He informed you of this before?

Capt. Wright: Agents, we have run every one of the names from his little books and we couldn't find a single missing report.

Cal McGee: Tell him what the other agent said about-- About homeless people not going missing like this.

Aaron Hotchner: That's not exactly what he said.

Capt. Wright: Listen, guys, I-I'm really sorry you came  all this way, but we don't need any FBI help.

Aaron Hotchner: May I have a word with you in your office?

Capt. Wright: Uh, yeah, sure. Sure. Right this way.

Jennifer Jareau: You should have told us he already knew.

Cal McGee: Would you have come?

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Jason Gideon: Any news?

Derek Morgan: Haven't heard from Hotch or J.J. Garcia went through all the names but couldn't find a single report to hang an investigation on.

Spencer Reid: We've been compiling preliminary profile thoughts based on the limited victimology that we have.

Jason Gideon: Profile? We don't even have this case yet.

Emily Prentiss: We just want to be prepared in case we are called in.

Jason Gideon: We don't have enough other work to do?

Derek Morgan: Gideon, he's a housecleaner.

Spencer Reid: With 63 potential victims.

Jason Gideon: What have you come up with so far?

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Capt. Wright: I can't believe he did this.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, detective McGee is pretty sure that these people are missing, sir.

Capt. Wright: Now, detective McGee is...

Aaron Hotchner: A little obsessive-compulsive?

Capt. Wright: Oh, you noticed that, huh?

Aaron Hotchner: Doesn't mean he can't be a good cop.

Capt. Wright: I thought assigning him to keep an eye on skid row would be harmless. Well, most of those people only cause trouble for each other.

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Jennifer Jareau: Is this the envelope the letter came in?

Cal McGee: Yeah. They dusted for prints. It's clean.

Jennifer Jareau: You've only been a cop for 4 years and you're already a detective.

Cal McGee: Yeah, they, uh... Promoted me to keep me away from the general public. That's why I'm baby-sitting skid row.

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Capt. Wright: Look, I'm sorry he got you to travel all the way here.

Aaron Hotchner: Sir, we're happy to help with the problem.

Capt. Wright: What problem?

Aaron Hotchner: Sir, 63 people missing from a localized area is unusual.

Capt. Wright: Are you kidding me? Bums, whores, junkies. Can these people even be missing?

Aaron Hotchner: You seem hostile to the idea that these  people could be in trouble.

Capt. Wright: No, what I'm hostile to is a member of my command recruiting the FBI to handle a case that I don't even believe is happening.

Aaron Hotchner: You know, the note he received could be an unsub reaching out. It's not uncommon.

Capt. Wright: Or it could be another cop who's pissed off that McGee got an award.

Aaron Hotchner: Sir, this type of unsub is relatively easy to catch. Nobody else has to get hurt.

Capt. Wright: As far as I know, no one has been hurt.

Aaron Hotchner: I have some experience in this field, and I believe that your problem's only going to get worse.

Capt. Wright: Oh, well, thank you. We'll keep an eye on that. You have a safe trip home.

Aaron Hotchner: What if they were cheerleaders?

Capt. Wright: Excuse me?

Aaron Hotchner: Or teachers? Or mothers? How did you put it? Can bums even be missing? Well, sir, they can. They can be hurt, they can be scared, and they can be killed.

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Jennifer Jareau: You must really care about these people.

Cal McGee: It's my job to care about them.

Jennifer Jareau: Most cops would say it's their job to keep them in line.

Cal McGee: Yeah, well, my father taught me to be a different kind of cop.

Jennifer Jareau: Was he a detective, too?

Cal McGee: Yeah, he was a-- he was killed in the line of duty in '85.

Jennifer Jareau: I'm sorry.

Cal McGee: Captain Wright was his partner… It's the only reason the department keeps me on.

Jennifer Jareau: I'm sure that's not the only... This postmark.

Cal McGee: Excuse me?

Jennifer Jareau: Kansas city.

Cal McGee: Right.

Jennifer Jareau: Missouri. We're in Kansas City, Kansas.

Cal McGee: Yeah, well, they're just across the river from one another.

Jennifer Jareau: No, what they are is right across the state line.

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Jennifer Jareau: Hotch, it's federal.

Aaron Hotchner: What?

Jennifer Jareau: If we want this case, it's ours. It's federal. This letter came from across the river, from Kansas City, Missouri.

Aaron Hotchner: Interstate communication.

Jennifer Jareau: Puts it in federal jurisdiction.

Aaron Hotchner: Sir, this is now a federal case. I would like to retain detective McGee as a consultant.

Capt. Wright: You're not opening any investigations in my jurisdiction.

Aaron Hotchner: I don't want a fight with you. Even though this is a federal case, if we develop any information, I will come to you and your men will make the arrest.

Capt. Wright: And why would you do that?

Aaron Hotchner: Because that's how we operate.

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Maggie: Anybody there? Hello? I cut myself in here. Is somebody there?

Charles Holcombe: Do you wish to know the future?

Maggie: What?

Charles Holcombe: Would you like to see exactly how your day is going to end?

Old Nate: Oh, God, no.

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Maggie: No. Oh, please, I have a baby Her name is Sheila May. Please. I just want to go see my daughter. I know you're there. Why--why are you doing this to me?

Charles Holcombe: What did I do to you? What did you do? What is the legacy of a whore, Maggie? Aids, syphilis, gonorrhea, herpes, hepatitis, disease, and filth. What did you do? You... Were... You.

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Capt. Wright: B.A.U.

Jason Gideon: I'm Jason Gideon. Agents Morgan, Prentiss, and Dr. Reid.

Capt. Wright: Captain Wright.

Aaron Hotchner: If you, uh, want to get your squad together, captain, we could start giving the profile.

Capt. Wright: Already?

Spencer Reid: We've been working on it all day.

Capt. Wright: Oh, have you, now?

Spencer Reid: Just out of an abundance of preparedness, yeah.

Capt. Wright: Give me a few minutes, guys, huh?

Aaron Hotchner: I'm not sure if he's really ok with this, or he's sure we're wrong and wants to see us embarrass ourselves.

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Maggie: I don't have any diseases. I just went to the clinic. I'm clean.

Charles Holcombe: You don't even know the meaning of the word. Now, you have been judged and sentenced...To death.

Maggie: No. Pl-please, don't kill me. I have a daughter. I will do anything you want.

Charles Holcombe: I assure you, I'm not without compassion. You are roughly in the center of  a 130,000-square-foot facility. You have until sunrise to find your way out of here. If you don't, your sentence will be carried out… You only have a few hours, Maggie.

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Aaron Hotchner: We're going to provide a psychological profile of the man we're looking for. It contains some unusual, specific personality traits that someone out there is bound to recognize.

Jason Gideon: Which will make him relatively easy to locate. Long-lasting, negative impression he leaves on anyone he might meet.

Derek Morgan: We have a term for the killing behaviour this unsub displays… Cleaning house-- fixing what's wrong with the world.

Spencer Reid: He's deeply rationalized this behaviour, and while he certainly knows the killing is wrong, he truly believes that he's doing the world a great service.

Derek Morgan: Ultimately, this type of unsub becomes a loner. There will not be too many people that can still tolerate him. Now, if he does have a relationship at all, the person will not be his equal. It'll be someone subservient to him.

Spencer Reid: He'll be fastidious, tending toward obsessive- compulsive disorder, and he'll have an overwhelming sense of indignation towards the things that he's judged to be wrong. He wouldn't even consider the reasons why someone might disagree with him.

Detective: He sounds like a real jagoff.

Derek Morgan: Exactly. Class-a scumbag.

Emily Prentiss: Detective McGee started noticing the disappearances a year ago. The unsub probably had a stressor at this time, the death of a family member or someone who had some semblance of control over him. Right now, no one has control over him.

Spencer Reid: It's probable that he isn't currently working after this many victims and the devolution that it brings a job just wouldn't leave him time to practice his true calling.

Capt. Wright: Which is...

Aaron Hotchner: A predator, a killing machine. By now, it's become all he thinks about.

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Maggie: It's not fair, you son of a bitch!

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Benny: What are you looking at?

Derek Morgan: Just want to ask you a few questions, my man.

Benny: About what?

Derek Morgan: Unfamiliar faces walking around here.

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Derek Morgan: Is there anything I can do for you? Get you to a shelter, maybe?

Mona: Have you ever seen one of them shelters? I'll take my chances in the park. At least I got the birds I can feed there.

Derek Morgan: Okay. Okay, I understand. Be careful, you hear me? This world needs all of its beautiful ladies, and that means you too, Mona.

Emily Prentiss: You're a good guy.

Derek Morgan: You think?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah. You make the people around you feel good.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, he's no Charlie Chaplin.

Derek Morgan: Again with the Chaplins.

Emily Prentiss: How'd you guys do?

Aaron Hotchner: Well, Reid got propositioned by every prostitute we talked to but we didn't find anybody who thinks they'd seen the unsub.

Derek Morgan: Same story with us.

Aaron Hotchner: We saw Gideon and McGee a block back. They hadn't had any luck, either.

Spencer Reid: It's odd. If the unsub were out here, he'd stand out. You know, people would recognize the description.

Emily Prentiss: So where does that leave us?

Capt. Wright: Right where I thought we were.

Aaron Hotchner: Captain?

Capt. Wright: You said this guy would definitely be memorable. You were adamant. So if no one out here remembers him, according to you, he doesn't exist.

Jennifer Jareau: That's not exactly what we said, but…

Capt. Wright: It's what you implied.

Aaron Hotchner: What do you think happened to them, captain?

Capt. Wright: I told you, I don't think anything happened to them.

Aaron Hotchner: Oh, that's right. You think they all got houses and jobs.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, all this means is we have another piece of the puzzle here. Someone got over 60 street-smart people out of here and no one noticed.

Spencer Reid: It's almost like he blended in.

Jennifer Jareau: It's more than that. It's like he must somehow belong.

Aaron Hotchner: Like he's here all the time.

Derek Morgan: Like social services.

Emily Prentiss: What?

Derek Morgan: Captain Wright.

Capt. Wright: Yeah?

Derek Morgan: Does your social services department patrol around?

Capt. Wright: Excuse me?

Derek Morgan: Do they drive around in the middle of the night looking for people to help?

Capt. Wright: No. They have to be called, and then…

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan!

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Derek Morgan: Mona! Mona wait a minute! Do not get in that van! What are you doing? I thought you didn't need any help.

Mona: He's gonna drive me to the park.

Derek Morgan: Hey, how's it going, my man?

Steven: I should go.

Derek Morgan: Slow down. What's your hurry?

Steven: I got a lot of work. I should go.

Capt. Wright: Sir, do you have a city employee I.D.

Steven: Look, I really don't have time for this.

Capt. Wright: Yes, you do I.D., Please.

Derek Morgan: Out of the truck! Out of the truck! Get out here!

Steven: All right, all right! Don't hurt me! Just...Don't hurt me.

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Maggie: Oh, no way… Please. I just…

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Maggie: No! No. Not fair.

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Steven: I don't--I didn't do anything… Everything's good. It's good. It's good. He's good.

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Jason Gideon: He's terrified.

Capt. Wright: Of us?

Aaron Hotchner: Of the unsub.

Derek Morgan: Garcia couldn't find much on this guy at all. No employment records, no tax records, no credit cards, no bank accounts. The van is registered to a paper corporation out of the Cayman islands. Other than having a valid driver's license, Steven Foster has no paper trail.

Jason Gideon: My guess is he's devoted his entire life to helping the unsub. Unsub takes care of everything for him. In return, Steven provides fresh victims.

Capt. Wright: So how do you know there's another guy?

Aaron Hotchner: Does he look like he could cleanly pull off 63 murders?

Capt. Wright: So if he's his accomplice, why is he so afraid of the guy?

Derek Morgan: Steven's the only person in the world  truly aware of what the unsub is capable of.

Aaron Hotchner: The only one still alive.

Jason Gideon: Sadism and torture invariably get worse with every victim.

Aaron Hotchner: That's why this was so important we couldn't take the chance that it wasn't happening.

Cal McGee: That's him?

Aaron Hotchner: He's not the unsub.

Cal McGee: Well, then-- then who is he?

Jason Gideon: Only relationship the unsub has left in the world.

Derek Morgan: His only friend.

Jennifer Jareau: Did you want me to publicize the arrest, put some pressure on the unsub?

Aaron Hotchner: No. He might run.

Cal McGee: Okay, so uh, how we gonna find him then?

Aaron Hotchner: Steven's gonna tell us where he is.

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Steven: Well, finally! You took your damn time, didn't you? What the hell am I doing here, anyways? I didn't do nothing… I mean, what's the charges? Do you even have any? What did I do, offer to help an old lady get a--get to a park? Is that even illegal? I don't think so. Should be getting some kind of award instead of sitting in here waiting for you to decide to talk to me. I know you're gonna... Charge me with that wreck, right, crashing into that car? That was the other cop's fault, the black guy? He jumped into my van. He caused me to-- it was his fault. It-- it wasn't me. It was-- there were witnesses, you know.

Aaron Hotchner: Sit down… I've been standing on the other side of that  glass thinking about what to do with you, Steven… And this morning I decided to save your life. You're gonna tell me where my killer is. You're gonna give me an address, and you're gonna tell me how to get inside without raising an alarm. You're gonna draw me a map if I need one. And you're gonna do this because he's never been nice to you… He constantly insults you and belittles you... He emasculates you and makes you feel ugly and stupid and worthless… Nothing you ever do is right… Never good enough… You hate him, Steven… And you're also going to tell me because you know you screwed up last night. He told you that your paramount concern was not to attract the attention of the authorities and you know the punishment will be severe… Nobody knows better than you what he can do to people. I've spent a long time studying monsters like your friend, and I can promise you... He's gonna do things to you that even you can't imagine.

Steven: I can't… My family's always worked for his family. It's all I know. His father died last year and left everything to him, all the money, all the... He--he's the last one… He--he changed after. He's different. He's... Meaner… He's gonna hurt me so bad.

Aaron Hotchner: Not if we lock him up… Not if you tell us how we can put him away.

Steven: Holcombe… His--his name is Charles Holcombe… He owns the old meatpacking plant.

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Maggie: Are you gonna hide your face from me? Coward… That old man was begging. I'm not gonna give you that, you son of a bitch. I'm not gonna beg you for anything.

Charles Holcombe: But you will beg, whore. They all do.

Derek Morgan: Charles Holcombe!

Aaron Hotchner: FBI

Derek Morgan: Don't do it.

Charles Holcombe: Let me do my job!

Emily Prentiss: It's okay. It's okay. Look at me.

Aaron Hotchner: You're all right. It's over.

Maggie: The face.

Aaron Hotchner: You've got some cuts, but you're gonna be okay.

Maggie: No. I want to see his face.

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan.

Maggie: I won.

Aaron Hotchner: There's an ambulance outside.

Maggie: Can you have someone check on my baby? My mom's baby-sitting her, and-- and I didn't get home last night.

Aaron Hotchner: We'll take care of it.

Maggie: Thank you.

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Aaron Hotchner: “Nothing is permanent in this wicked world, not even our troubles.” Charles Chaplin.

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