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#304 : Les enfants de l'ombre

Des tueurs en série dangereux et sadiques s'en prennent à des familles entières, à leur domicile. Le Bureau est appelé à Denver pour identifier les criminels qui pourraient bien avoir été maltraités quand ils se trouvaient en famille d'accueil. L'affaire se complique quand l'un d'entre-eux décide d'épargner une jeune fille et qu'il tombe amoureux de cette dernière.

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Titre VO
Children of the Dark

Titre VF
Les enfants de l'ombre

Première diffusion
17.10.2007

Première diffusion en France
13.10.2008

Vidéos

CRIMINAL MINDS s03e04

CRIMINAL MINDS s03e04

  

Criminal Minds - 3x04 - home invasion

Criminal Minds - 3x04 - home invasion

  

Morgan/ Garcia - Criminal Minds 3x04 - Spank Me

Morgan/ Garcia - Criminal Minds 3x04 - Spank Me

  

Criminal Minds 3x04 || JJ & Emily || Eye Sex

Criminal Minds 3x04 || JJ & Emily || Eye Sex

  

Criminal Minds 3x04 || I can see it

Criminal Minds 3x04 || I can see it

  

Photos promo

Les agents de la BAU travaillent avec la police locale.

Les agents de la BAU travaillent avec la police locale.

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N°049

Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - 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 :
   - William Lee Scott ... Gary
   - Francis Capra ... Ervin
   - Jhoanna Flores ... Carrie Ortiz
   - Stephanie Erb ... Dina
   - Christine Healy ... Mrs . Manwaring
   - Tom Kiesche ... Lieutenant Nellis
   - Mark Doerr ... Tom
   - Masam Holden ... Tyler

Une mère de famille, est dans la cuisine, au téléphone avec l’une de ses amies, tandis que le père aide l’un de ses fils à faire ses devoirs. Après que la ligne téléphonique se coupe, on sonne à la porte. Un jeune homme vient de trouver un chat qui a été renversé, et le père le laisse entrer. Alors qu’ils sont dans la cuisine le jeune homme est rejoint par un second homme de type hispanique. C’est alors que le premier homme se saisit d’un club de golf et frappe les parents devant leurs deux fils. 

Au bureau, dans la salle de réunion JJ présente l’affaire au reste de l’équipe, il semble que les tueurs sont en train de monter en puissance, l’équipe doit donc agir au plus vite.

Dans le jet, l’équipe parle de l’enquête, Reid remarque qu’il doit y avoir plusieurs tueurs et que le fait qu’ils s’en prennent à des familles parfaites montre qu’il y a un déplacement des valeurs chez ces hommes. De plus il y a deux MO, différents les parents sont battus à mort alors que les enfants sont drogués. 

Cherry Creek, Colorado. Chez les dernières victimes, Hotch et Emily sont accompagnés du détective chargé de l’affiare, et analysent les lieux. Ils découvrent qu’ils ont à faire à deux hommes. A l’extérieur, Reid interroge la voisine qui a trouvé les corps et qui lui explique qu’il n’y avait pas de réseau téléphonique au moment des meurtres. Au commissariat, l’équipe fait un premier point sur l’affaire quand Garcia les appelle, elle leur explique qu’elle a trouvé quatre vols qui ont un MO similaires aux meurtres, les assassinats en moins.

Dans un restaurant les deux tueurs sont en train de déjeuner, le blond demande à l’hispanique de choisir une famille. Son regard se pose sur une famille hispanique, dont la fille aînée est légèrement énervée. Comme le tueur hispanique ne choisit pas, le blond lui dit qu’il devrait peut être aller chez les "vieux", ce qui met mal à l’aise son complice. Finalement ils choisissent la famille vue quelques instants plus tôt. 

La nuit est tombée, le blond se rend chez la famille choisit avec un chat mort dans les bras, l’adolescente vient ouvrir. Quelques instants plus tard celle-ci et son frère sont attachés sur des chaises en face de leurs parents qui sont sur le point d’être tués. Le lendemain matin l’adolescente déambule dans le rue et manque de se faire renverser, le conducteur descend et elle lui dit pour les meurtres.

Au commissariat l’équipe donne un premier profil. Ils sont à la recherche de deux hommes, probablement blancs, entre 25 et 30 ans avec des antécédents criminels. Ils pensent que pour entrer chez les victimes ils doivent avoir des ruses. Ils sont très liés mais avec des profils différents, le dominant est celui qui tue brutalement les parents, alors que le second ressent du remord et se comporte plus comme un ange de la mort. JJ vient alors les interrompre pour leur annoncer qu’il y a eu de nouveaux meurtres et que l’adolescente est en vie. 

JJ et Emily se rendent à l’hôpital pour la voir et sont étonnées d’apprendre que le tueur à manquer la veine de la jeune fille. Morgan et Hotch sont sur les lieux des derniers meurtres. 

De retour à l’hôpital, l’adolescente explique ce qu’il s’est passé lorsque elle a apporté un sac à l’homme blond et qu’elle a découvert l’hispanique. Ce dernier posait régulièrement sont regard sur elle, mais lorsqu’elle le regardait il détournait les yeux. Puis elle explique que lorsque sont père est sorti le blond l’a frappé, puis ligoté ses parents et les a forcés elle et son frère à regarder les meurtres. Puis l’hispanique est parti avec son frère, quand le blond a commencé à fouiller dans les tiroirs, elle est monté pour retrouver son frère qui était déjà inconscient. L’hispanique a alors commencé à l’appeler Lucy et à lui dire de se taire si elle ne voulait pas mettre son frère en colère. 

Morgan et Hotch sont toujours chez les victimes, Morgan vient de découvrir que l’un des tueurs a emporté une photo. L’hispanique est avec cette même photo, qui représente l’adolescente alors qu’elle était encore une petite fille. 

De retour au commissariat, l’équipe veut découvrir où les tueurs se procure les chats qu’ils utilisent pour leurs ruses. Emily pense qu’il travaille peut être avec des animaux. Ils sont aussi étonnés que les tueurs se considèrent comme des frères, puisqu’ils sont d’ethnies différentes, il pense qu’ils sont peut être adoptés. L’hispanique ayant de l’affection pour Carrie, l’ado, ils veulent laisser échapper l’info afin de le faire réagir. 

Dans une fourrière pour animaux l’hispanique est en train de s’occuper d’un chat qu’il s’apprête à tuer, son supérieur arrive alors pour lui dire qu’il a de la visite. Quand il sort il retrouve son frère qui s’en prend à lui parce qu’il vient d’apprendre que Carrie a survécu. L’hispanique dit à son frère qu’ils devraient peut être arrêter maintenant qu’il gagne assez d’argent mais, le blond lui répond que ça n’a rien à voir avec l’argent. 

JJ et Emily se rendent de nouveau à l’hôpital pour voir Carrie qui va pourvoir sortir mais qui n’a nulle part où aller. Celle-ci fait un cauchemar dans lequel les deux tueurs déguisés en médecin lui apportent la tête de son père. Les deux agents viennent la rassurer. Emily remarque que Carrie a reçu un grand nombre de bouquets, l’ado lui explique qu’elles sont arrivées après que les médias aient annoncés sa survie. L’agent est particulière attiré par un bouquet qui est exactement le même que chez la victime. 

De retour au commissariat elle explique ceci à Hotch qui lui dit d’appeler Garcia afin qu’elle trouve qui a acheté le bouquet. Emily appelle donc sa collègue.

En salle de réunion, Reid explique à Hotch, Morgan et plusieurs inspecteurs ce qu’il a découvert en analysant les rapports d’autopsie. Il explique que chez la première famille l’une des enfants était maltraitée. Il pense que au moins l’un des tueurs, l’a été pendant son enfance et que le dominant a pu reconnaître les signes, ce qui a déclenché sa folie meurtrière. Morgan et lui pensent que si ils tuent les enfants, c’est pour leur éviter de vivre sans parents, ils sont donc orphelins et ont très probablement été élevés en famille d’accueil. Emily arrive à ce moment là pour leur annoncer qu’ils ont trouvé l’admirateur de Carrie, un certain Robert Cerrano.

Les hommes de l’équipe se rendent donc à l’adresse trouvée par Garcia mais y découvrent de nouvelles victimes. Un peu plus tard quand la police les a rejoints, Morgan informe l’inspecteur que les tueurs ont pris de l’essence dans une station service, et qu’ils ont changé de MO, sentant que les autorités se rapprochaient. Garcia l’appelle alors pour lui dire qu’elle a trouvé 9 hommes hispaniques correspondant à tous les critères qu’ils lui ont donnés.

Au commissariat, Emily et Hotch sont informés par l’inspecteur que les vidéos de surveillance de la station service montre une voiture dont on ne voit ni les plaques, ni le conducteur. Carrie les rejoint pour identifier l’un des tueurs parmi les suspects trouvés par Garcia, elle reconnaît immédiatement l’hispanique. Il s’agit d’Ervin Robles. L’équipe se rend à sa dernière adresse connue. Avant de partir Emily tente de réconforter Carrie qui se sent coupable pour la dispute qu’elle a eu avec ses parents avant leur mort. 

Hotch et Emily se rendent à la fourrière, l’appartement où ils se sont rendus étant abandonné,  mais Ervin ne travaille pas le weekend. Son supérieur leur apprend qu’Ervin est chargé de toutes les euthanasies et que la veille il a eu de la visite, qui s’est suivie d’une dispute. Les agents lui demandent d’appeler Ervin et de lui laisser un message. Les deux agents rejoignent Reid et lui expliquent ce qu’ils viennent d’apprendre. Ils décident de se rendre dans la famille d’accueil d’Ervin pour découvrir qui est son complice. 

Là bas Hotch et Emily rencontrent la mère d’accueil, alors qu’ils lui expliquent la situation un adolescent, Tyler les rejoint dans la cuisine pour prendre un verre de lait. La mère lui fait des remontrances et les agents découvrent qu’un cadenas a été posé sur le frigo et que la clé est autour du coup de la maîtresse de maison. Quand ils lui demandent si Ervin était proche d’un autre enfant qu’elle gardait elle leur parle d’un certain Gary qui lui a posé beaucoup de problèmes et qui est parti le jour de ses 18 ans. Elle leur apprend aussi qu’Ervin a été séparé de sa sœur, Lucy. Hotch reçoit un appel l’informant qu’Ervin a rappelé la fourrière. 

Ervin se rend à la fourrière et est alors arrêté par Morgan et l’équipe d’intervention. Au commissariat Morgan interroge le tueur, pendant qu’Emily, Hotch et l’inspecteur les observent. Malheureusement il n’arrive pas à le faire parler, n’ayant pas de temps à perdre Emily pense qu’il pourrait parler à Carrie. L’adolescente les rejoint donc et accompagne Emily, mais JJ désapprouve. Quand Carrie entre en salle d’interrogatoire, Ervin commence à lui parler. Il explique qu’il endort les enfants pour leur éviter d’être envoyés en famille d’accueil. Carrie commence à s’emporter et veut savoir ce qu’on lui a fait pour qu’il devienne un tueur. Il explique que la mère de la famille d’accueil avait l’habitude de lui maintenir la tête sous l’eau pour le punir, au point qu’il perdait connaissance. Carrie finit par lui prendre la main et tente de le calmer, il explique qu’il ne voulait pas faire ça mais que Gary voulait se venger, et comme Ervin refusait de retourner chez la famille d’accueil ils s’en sont pris à d’autres familles. L’équipe s’apprête donc à se rendre chez la famille d’accueil et Carrie craque dans les bras d’Emily. 

Sur place Hotch, Reid et la police viennent prévenir les parents qu’ils sont en danger. Mais Gary est à l’école de deux pensionnaires et leur explique qu’il a aussi vécu chez eux, puis il les emmène en voiture. Un peu plus tard Hotch rejoint Emily devant l’école et s’inquiète pensant que Gary pourrait tuer les enfants. Reid appelle alors il est avec l’inspecteur devant un magasin de donuts où Gary et les enfants ont été repérés, la petite fille frappe alors à sa fenêtre et lui donne un mot écrit par Gary, Reid demande à Hotch de venir au plus vite ils ont un problème. Une équipe d’intervention se rend donc sur les lieux, et Hotch découvre le mot de Gary « Si vous entrez je le tue ». Il appelle donc le restaurant pour parler à Gary, qui dit à Tyler de prendre ses affaires. Gary dit à Hotch que Tyler décidera s’il deviendra comme lui ou non puis laisse l’adolescent sortir, avant de sortir à son tour et de se rendre.

Morgan s’énerve  au téléphone avec les services sociaux qui refusent de changer les enfants de famille d’accueil tant qu’ils n’ont pas fait d’enquête, Emily et lui doivent donc les ramener chez eux, ce qui est loin de les réjouir. 

Au commissariat, Hotch retourne parler à Gary, étant un spécialiste en négociation, il ne comprend pas pourquoi cela a été aussi simple, mais Gary, ne lui dit rien. Arrivés chez la famille d’accueil, Morgan dit à Tyler de l’appeler s’il a un problème avec n’importe qui dans cette maison. Lui et Emily remarque un autre enfant à l’une des fenêtres. 

Alors que JJ et Reid sont au magasin de donuts, Reid entend le serveur parler du révolver de Gary, celui-ci n’ayant pas été retrouvé il appelle Hotch qui comprend ce qui va se passer. Aaron appelle Morgan et Emily qui sont toujours devant la maison de la famille d’accueil, et qui entendent alors des coups de feu. Ils se précipitent à l’intérieur, où Tyler est armé, il n’a pas tiré sur la mère mais sur les photos accrochées au mur. Morgan lui dit qu’il n’est pas un tueur comme Gary, et lui propose un marché, Tyler lui donne l’arme et lui fera tout pour lui trouver une nouvelle famille. L’ado accepte et craque dans les bras de l’agent. 

Au commissariat, Emily et Hotch réunissent les éléments de l’enquête, et Emily dit à son supérieur qu’elle pourrait prendre Carrie avec elle en attendant. Surpris Hotch, lui rappelle qu’elle doit pouvoir être objective dans son travail, puis il lui annonce que la famille de l’ado arrive de Los Angeles pour s’occuper d’elle. Dans le jet, Hotch appelle Hayley pour parler à Jack. JJ et Emily parle de la famille de Carrie, et JJ dit à sa collègue qu’Emily serait une très bonne mère.

Dina: Yeah, a bone spur. I know, it's ridiculous! And Tom wants to have another baby, did I mention this? Let's see, I'm 38 years old, and I have runaway boze growing out of my feet.

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Hayden: 19?

Tom: You're guessing again.

Hayden: Because I don't know.

Tom: Because you're not focusing.

Hayden: 15? Damn it.

Tom: Hey, what kind of language is that?

Hayden: Mom says it all the time.

Tom: Mom is a grown-up.

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Dina: I know. I always wanted a girl, but now that I have 2 boys, it just seems... Oh, damn it. No. I just spilled some wine… Well, it's doable. I got my whole life ahead of me, right? Lynn? Hello? Great.

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Dina: Tom, could you get that? It's probably carol returning the dish from the potluck.

Tom: You... Focus.

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Gary: Hey. It just ran out in front of the car. Is it yours?

Tom: Oh, my gosh. Uh, no. We don't have a cat.

Gary: Could it maybe be one of your neighbor's?

Tom: I don't... I guess it's possible.

Hayden: Is it dead?

Tom: Hayden, go in the other room. Well, it looks like there's a tag.

Dina: Oh, don't touch it. It might have a disease.

Gary: There's a number. Do you think, uh, maybe I could use your telephone?

Dina: It's not working.

Tom: What do you mean it's not working?

Dina: I don't know. It died. Maybe the batteries.

Tom: You can use my cell.

Gary: Thanks. Hey, those are some pretty nice clubs. You must be a good player.

Tom: Yeah, nice clubs, but my game is a wreck. That's weird. There's no signal.

Gary: You got a bag?

Tom: A bag?

Gary: Like she said, it might have a disease.

Tom: Yeah, sure. Just a second. Y… You wanna step in?

Gary: Yeah. Thank you.

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Dina: I don't see why we have to get him a bag.

Tom: It's called being neighborly.

Dina: He's not our neighbor.

Tom: Do we have to argue about this?

Dina: Well, excuse me for not wanting a dead animal brought into my house.

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Gary: Sorry. My friend is a little shook up. He was driving when we, you know...

Tom: Yeah, sure.

Gary: Little guy's a load. Should maybe double-bag it.

Tom: Look, guys, uh, we were just getting ready to eat.

Gary: Oh, a family dinner. That's nice. Come home from playing golf, have a nice meal, nice family. You're a lucky guy.

Tom: Yeah. Uh, so if you guys don't mind...

Gary: Well, what are we supposed to do with the cat?

Tom: I don't know. Take it to a vet, I guess.

Gary: What's a vet gonna do? It's dead… Hey, what kind of clubs are these anyway?

Tom: Uh, guys, I don't want any trouble.

Dina: We'll call the police.

Gary: How you gonna do that? You could yell, I guess. You have to be real loud, though.

Dina: Look, this is ridiculous. You guys get out...

Ervin: Hey, don't touch me, bitch!

Gary: Hey, who the hell do you think you...

Hayden: Dad!

Tom: Boys, get in your room.

Gary: No, boys… Stay.

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Jennifer Jareau: The Halbert family. They were murdered in their home last night in the Denver suburb of cherry creek. It's the third home invasion like this in the last month.

Aaron Hotchner: They kill everyone.

Jennifer Jareau: Parents, kids, pets if they have them. Always families, nice neighborhoods.

Derek Morgan: What do they take?

Jennifer Jareau: Nothing they can't fit in their pockets... Cash, jewelry.

Aaron Hotchner: Hundreds of ways to get cash and jewels without killing entire families.

Derek Morgan: That's why home invasions are so hard to profile... Multiple motives.

Spencer Reid: National statistics show an uptick in home invasions over the last few years, 18% in Colorado.

Aaron Hotchner: You know it's bad if they're inviting us back.

Jennifer Jareau: Back?

Aaron Hotchner: Well, things went bad after the Jonbennet Ramsey case when a couple of agents publicly criticized local detectives.

Derek Morgan: Well, they didn't need us to make them look bad.

Jennifer Jareau: And that was in Boulder.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, but the Statewide media ran with it, and it took on a life of its own.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, I talked to a lieutenant Nellis. Trust me. They want our help.

Emily Prentiss: They need it. The first 2 invasions were 20 days apart. This last one was just 9 days later.

Derek Morgan: So they're killing in faster cycles, acquiring a taste.

Aaron Hotchner: And getting better at it every time.

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Jennifer Jareau: In the city, crime is taken as emblematic of class and race. In the suburbs, though, it's intimate and psychological, resistant to generalization, a mystery of the individual soul... Barbara Ehrenreich.

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Spencer Reid: Home invasions typically involve the elderly and single females. The fact that entire families are being targeted suggests multiple unsubs.

Derek Morgan: Could mean gang-related, revenge motive, personal business.

Jennifer Jareau: I don't think any of these victims are running in gang circles.

Emily Prentiss: Sewing circles, more like it. P.T.A. Moms, gray-flannel dads... These guys are killing the cleavers.

Spencer Reid: Strange.

Aaron Hotchner: The pattern?

Spencer Reid: No, the cleavers. Of all the names for a 1950s idyllic TV family, I mean, it's rife with violent implication. Kind of makes you wonder how the writers really felt about suburbia, huh?

Aaron Hotchner: Focus, please.

Emily Prentiss: Uh, okay, what about, um, class-based uprising? Helter Skelter?

Derek Morgan: There's no graffiti, no messages, at least not visible ones. There's no rituals.

Spencer Reid: Manson's aim was to start a race war. There's no proof of any hate crime here.

Aaron Hotchner: The parent murders are brutal, messy. The instruments vary. Uh, golf club, kitchen knife, iron.

Derek Morgan: Household implements, symbols of family.

Jennifer Jareau: But the kids were different. They died by injection, pentobarbital.

Spencer Reid: It's a barbiturate sometimes used as an anticonvulsant for epileptics, anxiety disorders, and state executions.

Aaron Hotchner: The invasions are well planned. Phone lines are cut. Ligature marks show the parents were bound and gagged.

Derek Morgan: Look like these guys had some robbery experience.

Emily Prentiss: And then found their true calling.

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Nellis: No sign of forced entry.

Emily Prentiss: Same as the other 2 houses, right?

Nellis: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: So it's late, and the doorbell rings… I come over, and I flip the switch.

Emily Prentiss: They made it dark. No one sees anything if they're walking by.

Aaron Hotchner: But I can still see through the people… If you look like trouble, I might not let you in... But if you look nonthreatening, maybe I open up.

Emily Prentiss: So the occupants either knew them, or they lied their way in.

Aaron Hotchner: With this kind of overkill, there's usually history.

Emily Prentiss: Right. If it was just about eliminating witnesses, it would never have been so vicious. This is rage.

Nellis: You think they know the families?

Emily Prentiss: It's possible.

Aaron Hotchner: And then there's the kids... Tucked in, quiet, orderly, controlled.

Emily Prentiss: Speaks to an introvert with some capacity for remorse. 2 profiles.

Aaron Hotchner: 2 unsubs… Have these chairs been moved?

Nellis: No. It's all how we found it.

Aaron Hotchner: So they've been positioned to face the area where the parents were killed. Everything's been cleared out like a stage.

Emily Prentiss: It's entertainment. They sit and watch the parents die.

Aaron Hotchner: Maybe.

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Carol: I came by about 9:00 to return the Pyrex. No one answered when I rang the bell, but lights were on inside.

Spencer Reid: Did you happen to look in the windows?

Carol: Not then, no. I had my cell phone. I was gonna call, but I... I couldn't get a signal, which was strange.

Spencer Reid: Why was that strange?

Carol: You always get a signal here. There's a tower on the next block. Uh, I left the dish… This morning, it was still here... So I came over… Th-that's when I looked inside.

Spencer Reid: And you called the police on your cell.

Carol: Yeah.

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Aaron Hotchner: These guys don't lack confidence. Targeting entire families is a high-risk endeavour.

Spencer Reid: It's possible they're minimizing that risk by jamming cell phones inside the house. No one can call out.

Nellis: High tech. That narrows the profile, right?

Spencer Reid: Not really.

Jennifer Jareau: Oh, you can buy a hand-held jammer online for what, 100 bucks?

Nellis: I could use one of those next time I go to the movies.

Derek Morgan: Hey, girl. You're on speaker. Behave.

Penelope Garcia: Or what, you'll spank me? So I've been searching the area for unsolved robberies. I found 4 with similar elements... Phone lines cut, small valuables only.

Derek Morgan: Occupants tied up?

Penelope Garcia: Yes, but no homicides.

Derek Morgan: Okay. Thanks, dollface. I'll call you back.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, if this is our guys, something made them graduate to murder.

Emily Prentiss: If we can figure out what that trigger was, it might tell us how they choose their victims.

Derek Morgan: Well, that would help. I been looking into victimology, and so far, there's really nothing to connect the families. Different political affiliations, different careers, different school systems. At this point, it simply appears the unsubs are targeting their victims at random.

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Ervin: A reunion is in your future. Hey, what do you... What do you think that means?

Gary: It doesn't mean nothing. It's a gimmick… Okay. It's your turn. See anything you like?

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Mrs. Ortiz: We just don't think it's a good idea.

Carrie Ortiz: No, you haven't even thought about it.

Mr. Ortiz: You're just too young to spend a weekend with some boys. That simple.

Carrie Ortiz: No, it's a whole group of us, dad. Look, I've earned some capital here. I should be able to spend it however I want.

Mr. Ortiz: Who are you, George Bush?

Carrie Ortiz: Don't laugh at me. Gosh, I do everything you've ever wanted... Summer job, student government.

Mrs. Ortiz: Drill team. You like drill.

Carrie Ortiz: Are you kidding? I do it to pad my resume, to fulfil your dreams of getting me into a good college.

Mr. Ortiz: Oh, that's not fair, Carrie.

Carrie Ortiz: You know, just because you two were losers in high school doesn't give you the right to take it out on me.

Mr. Ortiz:¿adnde vas?

Carrie Ortiz: A lavar mis manos.

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Gary: Hey, you ever think about going home?

Ervin: No.

Gary: Visit the folks? Might be time.

Ervin: I... I don't wanna ever go back there, not ever.

Gary: I'm bored… Pick somebody, or I'm taking your turn.

Ervin: Reunion.

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Gary: Hey. It just ran out in front of my car. Is it yours?

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Driver: God, what happened to you?

Carrie Ortiz: They killed us.

Driver: Call 911!

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Aaron Hotchner: We're looking for 2 men, probably white, given the neighborhoods that they hit, mid to late twenties, intelligent, and organized.

Derek Morgan: These are career criminals. One or both has done hard time, but neither presents as a convict. They would appear clean-shaven, well dressed...

Emily Prentiss: Neighborly. This helps them talk their way into the homes. They may also be using a ruse.

Nellis: What kind of ruse?

Aaron Hotchner: Given that the invasions have taken place in the evening, it could be anything. Could be door-to-door sales, person in distress, car trouble.

Spencer Reid: Uh, Derrick Todd lee used a tape of a baby crying to get women to open their doors in Baton-Rouge. Never underestimate their creativity.

Emily Prentiss: These men share a very tight bond and a mutual compulsion to kill, but their signatures reveal 2 very distinct personalities.

Aaron Hotchner: One brutalizes the parents. This is the dominant one... Sadistic, remorseless, extremely volatile.

Emily Prentiss: The other prefers a needle. His injections are consistent with an angel of death. He's more withdrawn, sensitive, and he has a warped sense of mercy.

Aaron Hotchner: Agent Morgan is passing out a list of places where he might have access to the drug he uses. It's long, but...

Jennifer Jareau: Hotch… There's been another one, and they're sending an ambulance.

Emily Prentiss: Ambulance?

Aaron Hotchner: There's a survivor?

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Doctor: She's lucky to be alive. The injection went into the soft tissue of the arm, missed the vein.

Emily Prentiss: That's a first. This guy doesn't miss.

Doctor: Like I said, she's lucky.

Jennifer Jareau: She conscious?

Doctor: She's in and out. Keep in mind she's suffering the effects of an acute barbiturate overdose. She's drowsy, confused.

Emily Prentiss: Given what's happened, that's probably best.

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Aaron Hotchner: You can inform the next of kin, but ask them to keep it close. I don't want the media to know there's a survivor.

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Derek Morgan: Kid's in his room down the hall.

Aaron Hotchner: How old?

Derek Morgan: 7… You all right?

Aaron Hotchner: Least they left the flowers alive, right?

Derek Morgan: Looks like the bodies were moved postmortem.

Aaron Hotchner: The daughter had blood on her when they found her?

Derek Morgan: She must have woken up, come out here, and found them.

Aaron Hotchner: You answer your door, and the next thing you know, everyone you care about is gone.

Derek Morgan: If it was me, I'd wanna be gone, too.

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Carrie Ortiz: I went to get a bag... But when I got back, there were 2 of them.

Emily Prentiss: What did the other one look like?

Carrie Ortiz: Heavier... Hispanic... Quiet. He never looked straight ahead.

Jennifer Jareau: What do you mean?

Carrie Ortiz: Like... A few times, I felt him staring at me… When I looked up, he always looked away.

Emily Prentiss: Avoiding eye contact?

Carrie Ortiz: Then my dad came in from the study, and... They jumped him… They made Danny call for my mom, and they tied them up. And then one of them went over, got the thing from the fireplace, he started hitting them with it… And they made us watch.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay, you know what? We can take a break...

Carrie Ortiz: No. You need this, right? After a while, the quiet one took Danny away, and the other one just started going through drawers, looking for stuff… And I ran.

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Carrie Ortiz: Danny… Danny, we gotta go.

Ervin: It's better this way, Lucy.

Carrie Ortiz: What did you do to him?

Ervin: Lucy, listen...

Carrie Ortiz: My name's not Lucy, you freak.

Ervin: I could take care of you now.

Carrie Ortiz: Please, por favor, dejame ir...

Ervin: I don't know what you're trying to say, but you have to be quiet, okay? You're gonna make my brother mad. Let's go. Let's go.

Carrie Ortiz: No!

Ervin: Lucy, come on.

Carrie Ortiz: No!

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Derek Morgan: Hey, Hotch! They only take things with monetary value, right, jewelry and cash, no souvenirs?

Aaron Hotchner: Far as we know.

Derek Morgan: One of them just broke pattern.

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Aaron Hotchner: Witness says these unsubs are using cats. We should find out where they might be getting them.

Derek Morgan: There's plenty of strays out there. Nobody would notice if a few went missing.

Emily Prentiss: Or they could work someplace where they had access to animals.

Spencer Reid: Could overlap with the pentobarbital... Research labs, veterinary hospitals.

Derek Morgan: I'll get Garcia to make up a list.

Jennifer Jareau: Carrie said that they referred to each other as brothers.

Spencer Reid: It's not uncommon for duos to be related. The hillside stranglers were cousins. The Carr brothers perpetrated the Wichita massacre.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah, but these two are of different races, and Carrie said the Hispanic one did not speak Spanish, which makes me think...

Aaron Hotchner: Raised in a white household.  Maybe they're half brothers.

Spencer Reid: What if they're adopted? Family destruction plays a role in the crimes. It could be a reflection of their own broken home.

Aaron Hotchner: This guy expressed affection for Carrie. We know he took her photograph. We could use that.

Spencer Reid: If we release news of her survival, it might draw him out.

Aaron Hotchner: Not comfortable with that?

Emily Prentiss: Okay, but I would be more comfortable if we doubled her security.

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Ervin: I know. I know. You were probably expecting some nice family to take you away from all this, but that's a lie. They would have hurt you… You're one of the lucky ones, okay? Sleep. Sleep.

Vet: Hey, Ervin, you got a visitor.

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Gary: What did you do?

Ervin: W… What did I do?  I didn't do anything.

Gary: That girl, she survived. It's all over the news.

Ervin: She did?

Gary: Yeah. She's probably telling them everything right now.

Ervin: Hey, man, I... I thought it was a good shot.

Gary: And this has nothing to do with your little crush.

Ervin: Hey, it's not a crush. I… It...

Gary: It doesn't matter!

Ervin: Maybe this is a sign, Gary. M… Maybe we should stop. I mean... I'm making good money here.

Gary: Screw the money.

Ervin: But the kids, they...

Gary: The kids are better off. You know that. Don't go soft on me now… We're all we got. We're family. We're family.

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Emily Prentiss: Thank you for your time… Hey. So Carrie's been cleared to go.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, I wish she had somewhere to go.

Emily Prentiss: No luck with the L.A. thing? Can't this girl catch a break?

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Gary: It just ran into the road. Is it yours?

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Jennifer Jareau: Carrie. Carrie. Carrie. Wake up. Wake up. Wake up… It's okay.

Carrie Ortiz: Oh, it was daddy.

Jennifer Jareau: It's ok. It's just a dream.

Emily Prentiss: Okay.

Carrie Ortiz: I'm okay.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay?

Carrie Ortiz: Yeah.

Emily Prentiss: We, uh... We brought you a change of clothes.

Jennifer Jareau: I... I didn't know what to grab you, so I just got three of everything.

Carrie Ortiz: From the house.

Emily Prentiss: Looks like a flower shop in here.

Carrie Ortiz: Yeah. They all started, um... Coming in after the news broadcast.

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Emily Prentiss: Exact same floral arrangement was in the Ortiz living room.

Aaron Hotchner: Could be coincidence.

Emily Prentiss: Or the sender was in the house, associated it with her.

Aaron Hotchner: No note?

Emily Prentiss: No, just a blank card from the floral shop.

Aaron Hotchner: Get Garcia to track the delivery, and Reid's got something for us when you're done.

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Emily Prentiss: Hey, Garcia. It's them.

Penelope Garcia: Why cats?

Emily Prentiss: Sorry?

Penelope Garcia: Evil has no boundaries.

Emily Prentiss: Well, for what it's worth, I think they go peacefully.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. How do I catch these guys?

Emily Prentiss: Uh, back-trace a flower delivery for me.

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Spencer Reid: This is the Laybourne house, where we believe our unsubs graduated from robbery to murder.

Derek Morgan: Did you find a trigger?

Spencer Reid: Not until I looked at the daughter's autopsy reports. Uh, check out the bruises on her torso.

Aaron Hotchner: She was beaten?

Spencer Reid: But not by our unsubs. The coroner noted those bruises were several days old. Uh, it turns out she'd been to the emergency room 3 times in less than 2 years. The D.S. had even been notified.

Aaron Hotchner: So the Laybournes were abusing their daughter. Where's this going?

Spencer Reid: One of the unsubs decimates parental figures, but we know the statistics there. It's... It's likely he was abused himself.

Aaron Hotchner: So you're saying the unsub recognized the signs of abuse, flew into a rage, and killed the parents?

Spencer Reid: Anger displacement. He's getting revenge for his own childhood abuse.

Nellis: So you think what, the victims were beating their kids?

Spencer Reid: Uh, the Laybourne case was just the trigger, but now they see all parents the same.

Nellis: That doesn't explain the kids.

Derek Morgan: Maybe it does. Think of the family annihilators John List and Mark Barton. They thought they were saving their kids by killing them.

Nellis: But what is he saving them from?

Derek Morgan: Life without their parents, without love, life like his.

Spencer Reid: They're orphans. What if they both grew up in a third-party household?

Nellis: What, like a foster home?

Aaron Hotchner: Didn't Carrie describe an aversion to eye contact?

Spencer Reid: Oppositional defiant disorder.

Aaron Hotchner: Often seen in kids who grew up in foster homes.

Emily Prentiss: Guys, I think we may have found our girl's secret admirer.

Derek Morgan: Garcia traced the flowers?

Emily Prentiss: Yep. Paid for by phone with a credit card under the name Robert Serrano.

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Nellis: Detective.

Derek Morgan: Flowers weren't the only thing they bought on that stolen credit card. $31 worth of gas at a station 3 blocks from here.

Nellis: Hey, Paul. Paul. The station... See if you can pull the security camera footage, I.D. that car.

Aaron Hotchner: Security chain's been broken. They couldn't lie their way in this time.

Nellis: Media blew their M.O.

Derek Morgan: They're speeding up, feel us getting close.

Nellis: This is close?

Derek Morgan: Talk to me, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: So, felons in the Denver area with foster background, stress on assaults and burglaries.

Derek Morgan: What'd you get?

Penelope Garcia: The phone book. Foster system's a bit of a breeding ground, go figure.

Derek Morgan: Well, try crossing it with...

Penelope Garcia: With offenders having workplace access to small animals and/or pentobarbital?

Derek Morgan: How many names?

Penelope Garcia: 9. Matching all 3 criteria.  Sending them now.

Derek Morgan: Now we're close.

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Nellis: Cameras at that gas station grabbed a visual of the car. Oldsmobile, mid-eighties, partial plate only.

Aaron Hotchner: Anything on the driver?

Nellis: It was fuzzy.

Emily Prentiss: Well, then I guess it's gonna be up to her.

Aaron Hotchner: She up for it?

Emily Prentiss: I don't know.

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Carrie Ortiz: This one.

Emily Prentiss: Are you sure?

Derek Morgan: Okay, that's a Ervin Robles. Last known is 39 hill street.

Nellis: That's downtown.

Aaron Hotchner: Employed by the Denver city pound. Let's go.

Emily Prentiss: Your parents would be really proud of you.

Carrie Ortiz: It's too late to be a good daughter now.

Emily Prentiss: Oh, that's not true.

Carrie Ortiz: I was horrible to them… And now they're gone… Why did they do it? I mean, there has to be a reason, right?

Emily Prentiss: Oh, you'll drive yourself crazy trying to figure out the reason.

Carrie Ortiz: I go crazy every time I close my eyes.

Emily Prentiss: It may have something to do with what happened to them when they were younger.

Carrie Ortiz: Like what, they were abused or something?

Emily Prentiss: There's a good chance.

Carrie Ortiz: Are there any happy families?

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Aaron Hotchner: Thank you... Excuse me, sir. I'm agent Hotchner with the FBI. This is agent Prentiss. We're looking for Ervin Robles.

Vet: Ervin's off till the weekend.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you have any idea where we might find him?

Vet: You might want to try his apartment.

Emily Prentiss: We've been there. It's abandoned. Where do you send his checks?

Vet: He picks them up. What's this about?

Aaron Hotchner: We'd just like to talk to him.

Emily Prentiss: Who can we talk to that actually knows him?

Vet: Well, nobody, really. He comes in, does his job, and leaves. Real quiet. Efficient, though.

Aaron Hotchner: Doing what?

Vet: Well, actual title's animal care technician, but, really, he's kind of the on-site Kevorkian.

Aaron Hotchner: We need you to call him.

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Aaron Hotchner: Supervisor left a message for Ervin to come in right away. Work emergency.

Emily Prentiss: He also said a man stopped by yesterday, got into a heated argument with Ervin.

Aaron Hotchner: The description sounded a lot like the one Carrie gave.

Spencer Reid: The partner... Did he say what they were fighting about?

Emily Prentiss: He couldn't hear it.

Aaron Hotchner: We need a name on this guy.

Spencer Reid: Well, until we find Ervin, there's only one person that can tell us that.

Emily Prentiss: The foster mom.

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Mrs. Manwaring: My god. Ervin? Well, I mean, he had behaviour problems. They all do. But nothing we couldn't handle.

Aaron Hotchner: And he hasn't been acting alone, Mrs. Manwaring. He's got a partner.

Emily Prentiss: Perhaps someone else who grew up in your care.

Mrs. Manwaring: Tyler, the adults are talking here.

Tyler: I just want some milk. Can you open the fridge?

Mrs. Manwaring: You know the rules… They'll eat you out of house and home if you let them.

Emily Prentiss: Is there anyone Ervin was especially close to?

Aaron Hotchner: Someone he would have looked up to? Somebody who protected him?

Mrs. Manwaring: Gary.

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Mrs. Manwaring: We tried with him, but... He tested us.

Aaron Hotchner: Have you kept in touch with him?

Mrs. Manwaring: Oh, god, no. Gary left the day he turned 18,never looked back… Ervin was a mess when he got here. Got separated from a younger sister.

Emily Prentiss: Where did she go?

Mrs. Manwaring: Nobody told me. Siblings get separated all the time. But they find new ones here.

Aaron Hotchner: Like Ervin found Gary?

Emily Prentiss: What was the name of his sister, the one he was separated from?

Mrs. Manwaring: Oh, let me think. He used to call her name out in the middle of the night, wake the whole house up. Hal, what was that girl's name? Rosie, I think.

Emily Prentiss: Lucy?

Mrs. Manwaring: Yes! Lucy, Lucy, that was it.

Emily Prentiss: Carrie said he called her Lucy.

Aaron Hotchner: Hotchner… Yeah, just leaving. Ervin returned the call. He's on his way to work.

Emily Prentiss: Thank you.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

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Aaron Hotchner: Subject spotted approaching on foot from north alley.

Derek Morgan: Ervin Robles, right there! Get your ass down on the ground right now! Ervin! Where you going, Ervin, huh? Why are you running? Give me your hand… Let's go.

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Derek Morgan: You're not helping yourself if you don't talk to me.

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Derek Morgan: He's giving me nothing… Do you want another crack at him?

Aaron Hotchner: No. We can't keep going around like this.

Nellis: So let him stew. Wear him down.

Derek Morgan: We don't have time. We need him to find Gary.

Emily Prentiss: Kids who grew up like he did, they're incapable of forming attachments. It's not like we're gonna earn his trust.

Aaron Hotchner: Their whole M.O. was predicated on the union of their two personalities, and with Ervin out of the picture, there's no telling what Gary could do.

Emily Prentiss: So he won't talk to us… But maybe he'll talk to family.

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Aaron Hotchner: Right this way. Remember, he'll be in, uh, handcuffs, leg irons. There'll be nothing to worry about.

Emily Prentiss: And I will be in there with you.

Carrie Ortiz: Okay.

Jennifer Jareau: You don't have to do this if you don't want to, Carrie.

Carrie Ortiz: I do.

Aaron Hotchner: Remember, we're interested in Gary. His whereabouts, his next move.

Emily Prentiss: I will keep him on point about that, Carrie. Just try your best to keep him engaged.

Aaron Hotchner: This way.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay, I'm... I'm sorry. Can... Can we just stop and think about this for a minute?

Emily Prentiss: She'll be okay.

Jennifer Jareau: She's a kid. What is she trying to prove here?

Emily Prentiss: That she can be a good daughter.

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Ervin: Hey. You're here. Did you, uh, did you get the flowers that I sent?

Carrie Ortiz: Yeah… Pretty.

Ervin: They were to say that, uh... That I'm sorry.

Emily Prentiss: Flowers aren't enough, Ervin. We need Gary.

Ervin: That won't make it up, though.

Emily Prentiss: It's a start.

Ervin: No! They're gonna send you away now. Don't you see? That's what they do with all the strays. They send them away… That's why I make them go to sleep, so that they don't have to suffer.

Emily Prentiss: Ervin, more people are going to suffer if we can't find Gary.

Carrie Ortiz: So when you killed my brother, you were doing him a favor?

Ervin: It's true.

Carrie Ortiz: And what about me?

Emily Prentiss: Let's just address one thing at a time.

Ervin: I just wanted to see you again. You look so much like Lucy, I just... I couldn't... I... I know... I know it's selfish, but...

Carrie Ortiz: Selfish? It's insane.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, Carrie, let's take a break.

Carrie Ortiz: What happened to you that was so bad?

Ervin: She used to make it... Go dark. I mean, that's what we used to call it. She would... Put me in the bath to pray… And then she'd hold my head down under the water… Sometimes I could stay awake... For like a minute... And sometimes a little more… Then it would all go dark.

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Derek Morgan: They've still got kids in that house.

Nellis: Another kid, another welfare check.

Aaron Hotchner: Let's call D.S.F. and see if we can get them out of there.

Jennifer Jareau: What is she doing?

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Carrie Ortiz: They can't hurt you anymore, Ervin.

Ervin: I wanted to stop, but Gary, he... He went through it way, way worse when we were kids, and he... He never got the chance to fight back.

Emily Prentiss: So he fought those other families.

Ervin: Only because I wouldn't go back.

Emily Prentiss: Back? Gary's going to your foster home, isn't he?

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Aaron Hotchner: Get him out of there.

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Emily Prentiss: Carrie… Oh, you did so good… You did good.

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Mrs. Manwaring: What is all this?

Aaron Hotchner: We have reason to believe that Gary may be on his way here to hurt you.

Mrs. Manwaring: Me? I don't understand!

Spencer Reid: These murders are rehearsals of what he wants to do to you.

Aaron Hotchner: Because of what you did to him in this house.

Mrs. Manwaring: I don't know what you're talking about!

Aaron Hotchner: Ma'am, we don't have time to debate this. The fact is, you and your husband are in danger.

Mrs. Manwaring: I...I have to pick up the children at school. We'll send someone to pick them up. The only way we can protect you is if you go back inside.

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Gary: Hey, buddy. You don't remember me? I used to live in your house, a long time ago. You were just a little guy.

Sara: We're not supposed to talk to strangers.

Gary: You're not supposed to wear your shoes in the house, not supposed to go to the bathroom after bedtime. Does she still wear the refrigerator key around her neck? I'm Gary. I'll give you guys a ride… Come on.

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Emily Prentiss: Witnesses saw the kids getting into a late eighties Oldsmobile about 20 minutes ago.

Aaron Hotchner: I heard. Denver P.D. set up a 20 mile perimeter.

Emily Prentiss: What does he want with the kids?

Aaron Hotchner: With Ervin out of the way, maybe Gary's trying to do his job.

Emily Prentiss: He makes them sleep.

Aaron Hotchner: Reid, what?

Spencer Reid: We got him. He's at a donut shop 2 miles from the school. Black and whites saw the car, called it in.

Aaron Hotchner: Kids?

Spencer Reid: Ah, we got a visual on Gary and the boy, but I don't see the girl.

Sara: Are you the police?

Spencer Reid: Yeah.

Sara: He told me to give this to you.

Spencer Reid: We might have a problem, Hotch.

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Aaron Hotchner: Guys, guys, fall back, I don't want them feeling boxed in.

Nellis: I got sharpshooters lining up.

Aaron Hotchner: Tell them to keep their safeties on. I want to talk to him first.

Jennifer Jareau: Hotch?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah?

Jennifer Jareau: Got the clerk.

Aaron Hotchner: That guy sitting at the table with the little boy, I'd like to speak to him, please.

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Clerk: You, uh, got a call over here, man.

Gary: Grab your stuff. Come on.

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Gary: Who's this?

Aaron Hotchner: I'm the only thing standing between you and a bullet.

Gary: Bring it. I always wanted to die in a donut shop.

Aaron Hotchner: And never see Ervin again? He told us what the Manwarings did to you in that house.

Gary: I don't care what he told you, it's history.

Aaron Hotchner: They're the objects of your anger, Gary, not that little boy in there.

Gary: It's too late for the boy, regardless.

Aaron Hotchner: No, it's not. It's not, Gary. And deep down, I think you know that he still has a chance. He doesn't have to be you.

Gary: Maybe… Maybe not… So what say we leave it up to him.

Nellis: What is it? What'd he say?

Derek Morgan: Tyler! Come here! Come on… Gary, put your hands up where I can see them. Don't move!

SWAT officer: Get down on your knees. Interlace your fingers behind your head. Give me this hand. Give me this hand. Get on your feet.

Nellis: I don't know what you did, but nice work.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

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Derek Morgan: Yeah, I understand that, I'm just... I'm asking if there's some type of alternative for them. Nothing? Yes, I got it. Don't ask me to like it.

Emily Prentiss: Well, what? What is it?

Derek Morgan: Social services won't intervene until they do a full investigation.

Emily Prentiss: We have to take them home?

Derek Morgan: Yeah.

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Aaron Hotchner: Hang on a second… I teach crisis negotiation. I co-wrote the textbook, and in 12 years, I've never talked anybody off a ledge so fast.

Gary: Oh, bit of a milestone, huh?

Aaron Hotchner: Why'd you walk out that door, Gary?

Gary: Sugar crash.

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Derek Morgan: Tyler... I need to talk to you for a second… Kid, listen to me. Anything you ever need, any problem you might be having here at home, I want you to know you can call me. Any time, Tyler. You understand? Any time.

Emily Prentiss: This sucks.

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Jennifer Jareau: So meet at 4:30 on the stairs, and you can direct all your questions to lieutenant Nellis of the Denver P.D., all right? They'll be taking everything.

Officer: What happened next?

Clerk: They perfectly normal.

Jennifer Jareau: You're welcome.

Clerk: I didn't know anything was up until he, uh, came and got the phone. That's when I saw the piece. Then I handed him the phone.

Spencer Reid: Excuse me, did you say piece?

Clerk: Uh, yeah, revolver of some sort. He had it stuck in his pants.

Spencer Reid: Did you clear a gun?

Officer: No.

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Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, Reid?

Spencer Reid: Hotch, the clerk said Gary had a gun, but we didn't recover anything here.

Aaron Hotchner: You sure?

Spencer Reid: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: I saw Nellis turn him inside out. He had nothing on him.

Spencer Reid: I guess it's probably here somewhere. A gun doesn't just walk away… Hotch?

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Derek Morgan: Yeah, hotch? We just dropped them off. We're leaving… The backpacks? No, why? Why would we search the back...

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Derek Morgan: Tyler! Drop that gun.

Emily Prentiss: Are you hurt?

Mrs. Manwaring: No.

Derek Morgan: Tyler... Come on, kid, take it easy.

Tyler: They're lies.

Derek Morgan: I know. But you could have come in here, and you could have made her pay, and you didn't, because you're good… You're not Gary. No. you're nothing like him… Look at me. I don't want to hurt you… Okay? Let's make a deal. You give me that gun, and I promise you, I will walk you out of here and you will never have to come back… Sound pretty good? Yeah? Okay… Give me the gun… I got you… I got you.

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Emily Prentiss: I could take her.

Aaron Hotchner: Take her?

Emily Prentiss: Carrie… To D.C.

Aaron Hotchner: You mean to live with you?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: Why would you want to do that?

Emily Prentiss: I have room, money, and, you know, she's smart. 2, 3 years, she goes to college.

Aaron Hotchner: Prentiss... This is the job, and I need to know that you can be objective.

Emily Prentiss: And I need to know that I can be human.

Aaron Hotchner: J.J. heard from the family, and they're on their way from L.A.

Emily Prentiss: That's... That's great.

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Derek Morgan: Tell me they restocked the bar.

Jennifer Jareau: I called ahead.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you... Do you mind waking him up? I just... I just want to hear his voice… Thanks.

Jennifer Jareau: You okay?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah.

Jennifer Jareau: They're good people. Carrie's family.

Emily Prentiss: Good. I'm glad.

Jennifer Jareau: I think it's a good idea, though.

Emily Prentiss: What's that?

Jennifer Jareau: You. Kids… I can see it.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah?

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