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#305 : Sept Secondes

L'équipe de Hotchner est appelée par les autorités locales d'une petite ville. Tous se lancent dans une course contre la montre pour localiser une jeune fille qui a disparu d'une grande surface. L'enquête est plus complexe, étant donné que une semaine auparavant, une autre jeune fille, avait également disparu mais cette dernière avait été retrouvée morte.

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Titre VO
Seven Seconds

Titre VF
Sept Secondes

Première diffusion
24.10.2007

Première diffusion en France
24.08.2008

Vidéos

Criminal Minds-Seven Seconds

Criminal Minds-Seven Seconds

  

CRIMINAL MINDS s03e05

CRIMINAL MINDS s03e05

  

Criminal Minds - 3x05 - i study human behavior

Criminal Minds - 3x05 - i study human behavior

  

Criminal Minds - 3x05 - most girls covet their dolls

Criminal Minds - 3x05 - most girls covet their dolls

  

Criminal Minds Clip-3x05-Rossi, Hotch and JJ

Criminal Minds Clip-3x05-Rossi, Hotch and JJ

  

Photos promo

Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) et Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) sont aux côtés d'un enfant.

Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) et Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore) sont aux côtés d'un enfant.

Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) discute avec agent de police.

Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) discute avec agent de police.

Les différents agents de la BAU donnent leurs instructions à la police locale.

Les différents agents de la BAU donnent leurs instructions à la police locale.

Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler).

Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler).

Plus de détails

N°050

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 :
   - Suzanne Cryer ... Susan Jacobs
   - Paula Malcomson ... Beth Jacobs
   - Emmanuel Xuereb ... Paul Jacobs
   - Nigel Gibbs ... James Franklin
   - Alexander Gould ... Jeremy
   - Meredith Monroe ... Haley Hotchner
   - Molly Baker ... Jessica Brooks
   - Ariel Winter ... Katie
   - Dikla Marshall ... Marie Samuels
   - Cade Owens ... Jack Hotchner

Une petite fille a disparu dans un centre commercial, celui même où une autre fillette a été retrouvée morte une semaine auparavant. Branle-bas de combat pour le SWAT et la BAU qui se déploient en moins d'une demi heure.  Pendant que des équipes fouillent le batiment, Garcia analyse les videos. La fillette a disparu après être partie du magasin de jeux videos où elle se trouvait avec son cousin plus agé qu'elle.

Elle trouve la preuve de la sortie de la fillete du magasin, mais nul ne peut reconnaitre avec qui elle était, où vers où elle se dirigeait.  Le cousin est interrogé, mais semble dissimuler des informations. Après une piste erronnée, ils se rendent compte que la fillette est sortie seule de la salle de jeux vidéos. Mais par quoi a-t-elle été attirée?

Là encore, le jeune cousin ne semble pas tout à fait clair, et Derek et Reid sont envoyés chez la petite pour fouiller sa chambre. Là, ils s'aperçoivent qu'elle a probablement été aggressée sexuellement, et que le couteux collier qu'elle portait - retrouvé dans une poubelle - lui a en réalité été offert par son oncle en "récompense" pour sa gentillesse.

L'oncle est interrogé, mais est seulement coupable des aggressions, et non de l'enlèvement. Lorsque Emily remarque le comportement étrange de la tante de la fillette, elle décide de l'interroger , ce qui met la puce à l'oreille des parents, qui craquent.

Elle a travaillé des années dans le centre commercial, et elle le connait par coeur. Elle n'a eu aucun mal à attirer la petite fille qui lui faisait confiance, lui a arraché le collier, lui a scotché la bouche et l'a dissimulée dans une réserve. Les agents la retrouvent, mais elle est en arret cardiaque - la petite est asthmatique et l'empêcher de respirer à son aise est plus que dangereux. Longues minutes pour toute l'équipe, rejointe par les parents. Finalement, son coeur repart.  C'est en voyant ses parents arrêtés que Jeremy - le cousin - avoue finalement ce qu'il avait dissimulé : "Je l'ai entendu prononcer le nom de ma mère."

Announcer: Paging Katie Jacobs. Please report to security immediately. Katie Jacobs, please report to security.

Dispatcher: 911. State your emergency.

Susan Jacobs: My niece, she's gone. She's--she's missing. Her mom and her dad are still looking. We can't… We can… Oh, my god.

Dispatcher: Ma'am, where are you?

Susan Jacobs: In the, uh… In the mall, in Potomac mills. She's only 6. Her mom and dad can't find her.

Dispatcher: Who am I speaking with?

Susan Jacobs: Susan Jacobs.

Dispatcher: Susan, can you tell me your niece's name?

Susan Jacobs: Katie. Please come quick. Security's just not…

Dispatcher: Katie what?

Susan Jacobs: Um, Jacobs.

Dispatcher: And where was Katie last seen?

Susan Jacobs: This isn't happening.

Dispatcher: Ma'am, stay with me.

Susan Jacobs: What if someone took her like the little girl last week?

Dispatcher: Ma'am…

Susan Jacobs: Oh, my god.

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Announcer: Attention, all patrons. This is an emergency announcement. We have gone into immediate lockdown procedure. Please follow all directions of law enforcement and security personnel.

Security Agent: Attention, all patrons.

Announcer: This is an emergency announcement. We've gone into immediate lockdown procedure. Please follow all directions of law enforcement and security personnel.

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James Franklin: Where are the parents?

FBI agent: Over here with the head of security.

James Franklin: Ms. Samuels, thank you.

Marie Samuels: No problem.

James Franklin: Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, I'm James Franklin, Director of the bureau's rapid deployment team. We need a photo of your daughter. You have one on you?

Beth Jacobs: There was another little girl who went missing last week.

James Franklin: Maybe on your phone. Got a picture of Katie on your phone?

Beth Jacobs: She disappeared from a mall, too. She was murdered, right?

James Franklin: Ma'am, it's too early to know if that case is connected.

Richard Jacobs: Yeah, why so many FBI?

James Franklin: Standard operating procedure. I've also alerted our behavioral analysis unit. If there is a pattern to these abductions, they'll find it… Thank you. Stay with them.

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Aaron Hotchner: Jim.

James Franklin: We've been in lockdown for almost 20 minutes. My team's already in motion.

Emily Prentiss: Another female, same age, same time of day, taken from essentially the same location.

Derek Morgan: What makes you sure Katie Jacobs is still in the building?

James Franklin: The mall's got cameras installed at every entrance and exit. Surveillance video confirms Katie entering the building, but no sign of her leaving. Security paged her over the intercom, and their initial sweep came up empty.

Spencer Reid: Whoever killed Jessica Davis last week left that mall with her because he wanted time with his victim in privacy.

Aaron Hotchner: Assuming it's the same offender, he couldn't stray from his M.O. He wouldn't leave here without his victim.

Jennifer Jareau: So if Katie's still under this roof, so is her abductor.

Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, report to the mall's security office. Reid, Morgan, I want you to find the head of security. We need all data from every search team. You guys start with Katie's parents. We'll treat the mall like a neighborhood, and we'll separate into areas of control. Come on.

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Marie Samuels: 117 stores, uh, 69 storage closets, 73 dressing rooms, 6 men's rooms, 6 ladies' rooms, exits to the rooftop via the north and south stairwells, 7 restaurants, each with separate kitchen, and 4 elevators.

Derek Morgan: Every team's gonna need a copy of this.

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FBI agent: Katie was last seen by her cousin in the arcade about 25 minutes ago. She was wearing jeans, a green shirt, grey sneakers, and ponytails.

Officer: Registered offenders located within a 45-mile radius.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, run this against current and former employees as well.

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James Franklin: If this animal so much as looks at me wrong once we get him...

Aaron Hotchner: I read the Jessica Davis report. I know you found the remains last week.

James Franklin: 20 years, never seen anything like it. Can't get the image out of my head. I joined the bureau to rescue people, not to stand over another dead kid today. I couldn't handle it.

Aaron Hotchner: Hopefully you won't have to.

James Franklin: It's all chance, you know. Wrong place at the wrong time. No logic. No sense. How does a parent reconcile that?

Aaron Hotchner: They never do.

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Security Officer: You want every inch of surveillance footage?

Penelope Garcia: Yes, because I need to examine it frame by frame to see if there's anything in the background you guys missed. I also need a joystick controller, video transmitters, a coax cable, and a programmable park… And I don't mean that hypothetically.

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FBI agent: Ms. Jacobs' cell phone had Katie's picture on it. Mall security helped us make copies.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, we need to get one of these to every search team, every officer, every patron. Potential witnesses need to know who we're looking for, too… Problem is our unsub could be any one of them.

Jennifer Jareau: There's her parents.

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Jennifer Jareau: Hi. We're agents Jareau and Prentiss with the B.A.U. And you must be Katie's aunt and uncle. This can't be easy. We're here to walk you through this.

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Derek Morgan: Well, aside from the stairwells, storage closets, and hundreds of shops, there's a whole underbelly beneath our feet… Subterranean level, air ducts, boiler rooms.

Marie Samuels: Realistically, it'll take at least... 3 hours to cover this place.

Derek Morgan: Realistically, we have less than half that time.

Marie Samuels: How do you figure?

Spencer Reid: 99% of abducted children who are killed die within the first 24 hours, 75% within the first 3 hours, and what only law enforcement knows is Jessica Davis joined the 44% of children who are abducted and killed within the first hour.

Derek Morgan: Yeah. What do you got?

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Penelope Garcia: Okay, so this is surveillance footage off an exit camera outside the arcade.

Derek Morgan: Well, can't you get a better angle?

Penelope Garcia: Sugar, I'm not London here. I can only work with what they have. Believe me when I tell you the 1980s just called. They want their security system back. Okay, look in the far right, middle section. You see the 2 ponytails?

Derek Morgan: Yeah. That's Katie.

Penelope Garcia: Angle barely got an image of her, let alone who she was with.

Derek Morgan: Can you enhance the image for me?

Penelope Garcia: I could start the process. We don't have that kind of time.

Derek Morgan: Aw, you are breaking my heart, baby girl… Where are you going?

Penelope Garcia: And who are you with?

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Aaron Hotchner: Dostoevsky once said, "Nothing is easier than denouncing the evildoer. Nothing more difficult than understanding him."

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Officer: Katie Jacobs.

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Jennifer Jareau: This image was captured moments before your nephew reported Katie missing.

Richard Jacobs: Oh, god.

Aaron Hotchner: I know the angle's limited, but is there anything or anyone in the frame that you recognize?

Beth Jacobs: No.

Richard Jacobs: No.

Beth Jacobs: Katie has asthma. She needs her inhaler.

Richard Jacobs: H-how could someone have just taken her in front of all those people?

Jennifer Jareau: That's what we're trying to figure out.

Richard Jacobs: How do you plan on doing that?

Jennifer Jareau: We're retracing Katie's steps. We're going over surveillance footage. We're searching every crack and crevice under this roof.

Richard Jacobs: I want to be out there looking for my girl.

Aaron Hotchner: I'd want to be doing the same thing, but when an abduction is reported, the parents are debriefed separately. It's more efficient that way.

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Richard Jacobs: What do you wanna know?

Aaron Hotchner: Did Katie have any connection at all to Jessica Davis?

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Beth Jacobs: No. There is no connection.

Jennifer Jareau: Maybe a dance class, a church group.

Beth Jacobs: You think Katie will end up like that?

Jennifer Jareau: No, now, Mrs. Jacobs, just listen to me here. I'm just…

Beth Jacobs: Is that what you're trying to tell me?

Jennifer Jareau: I'm trying to find your daughter. Look at me… I know it's excruciating at a time like this, but I have to ask these questions, okay? Just breathe.

Beth Jacobs: Okay.

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James Franklin: I want you two to take this path. I'll meet you there.

Agent 1: Katie.

Agent 2: Katie Jacobs.

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Spencer Reid: So she and her cousin came in here about 30 minutes ago, and that was the last time anyone saw Katie?

Marie Samuels: That's right.

Spencer Reid: 10 minutes after the assault is generally the molester's lowest point of self-esteem.

Derek Morgan: He could be panicking right about now, realizing he's got a witness.

Spencer Reid: Richard Allen Davis strangled Polly Klaas just to prevent her from identifying him.

Derek Morgan: A single abduction like this would normally be classified as a snatch-and-grab, but with the Jessica Davis abduction, it's more likely we're dealing with a preferential offender.

Spencer Reid: Whose victims fall into a particular type. He came to this mall knowing what he was looking for, because he feels safe here, familiar with his surroundings.

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Emily Prentiss: So when you and your cousin were going in and out of stores, did anybody try to talk to her?

Jeremy Jacobs: I don't think so.

Emily Prentiss: Did somebody maybe compliment her hair or open the door for you guys?

Paul Jacobs: He wasn't exactly paying attention.

Jeremy Jacobs: Yes, I was.

Paul Jacobs: Yeah.

Susan Jacobs: You'd think after all my years in retail, I'd hate the mall, but it was convenient.

Jeremy Jacobs: She was right next to me, I swear.

Susan Jacobs: And then we split up, because I… I had to shop for my husband's birthday.

Paul Jacobs: And that's when you got lost in that video game, right?

Susan Jacobs: I should have stayed near the kids.

Jeremy Jacobs: It's not fair.

Susan Jacobs: And now I wish we never left the house this morning.

Paul Jacobs: I'm sure that's how my brother feels, too.

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Richard Jacobs: How are all these questions getting us any closer to finding her?

Aaron Hotchner: Assuming that she knew not to walk off with a stranger, it means she might have trusted the offender, which can tell us a lot.

Richard Jacobs: Well, then explain to me what happened to her.

Aaron Hotchner: She might have walked off with someone in uniform.

Richard Jacobs: No, I meant Jessica. I wanna know what happened to that girl.

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Agent 1: Katie. Katie.

Agent 2: Katie Jacobs.

Agent 1: Katie.

Agent 2: Katie Jacobs.

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Paul Jacobs: You know, this may all be a mistake. Katie might just be lost, maybe in some bookstore or something. She loves to read. You know, she could just be in a corner, just, you know… Or maybe playing dress-up in a store or something.

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Agent 1: Katie… Katie Jacobs.

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Spencer Reid: Jeremy, we… We asked your mom and dad if we could talk privately. Thought it might be easier that way.

Jeremy Jacobs: 'Cause my dad thinks this is my fault.

Spencer Reid: No. Jeremy, your dad is just super upset right now, because times like this, people get really emotional.

Derek Morgan: Hey, kid... The moments right before a kidnapping like this are the most important. You gotta understand you're the only one who can help us with that.

Jeremy Jacobs: But… But I can't remember.

Spencer Reid: Jeremy, all we need is the last thing Katie did or said before you realized she was gone.

Derek Morgan: Jeremy.

Jeremy Jacobs: I can't breathe.

Spencer Reid: Uh, y-you're having a panic attack. Sit down.

Derek Morgan: Jeremy, sit down. Sit down. Want you to put your head between your knees. Put your head between your knees. That's right. Just breathe. Just breathe.

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Jennifer Jareau: Is that Katie's?

Beth Jacobs: Yeah. She didn't like it with her sneakers today… Said it didn't match.

Jennifer Jareau: Would you mind if we borrowed that sweater?

Beth Jacobs: Why?

Jennifer Jareau: It would help the search dogs to pick up her scent… Whoever abducted Katie did so by looking at her as an object. If there's the slightest chance that he has a conscience, it may help to remind him she's not.

Richard Jacobs: And, uh, how would you do that?

Jennifer Jareau: Well, we wouldn't. You would.

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Derek Morgan: Hotch.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Derek Morgan: My guess is Jeremy either heard or saw something that could be useful. But the guilt has manifested itself into an acute stress disorder. The kid can't remember a thing.

Aaron Hotchner: Take him back to the scene and do a cognitive interview.

Derek Morgan: Okay.

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Beth Jacobs: Do you have kids?

Jennifer Jareau: No. Not yet. But everyone that needs us, we think of as our own.

Beth Jacobs: I don't know if I can do this.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay, just… Just stay calm. Don't address what he's done. That'll only make him defensive.

Penelope Garcia: Ready.

Jennifer Jareau: Just keep the focus on Katie. All right, we need him to hear who she is. No one knows that better than you.

Beth Jacobs: My name is Beth Jacobs. 45 minutes ago, our daughter Katie went missing. She's only 6 years old… Last month, she started first grade… Katie is our only child, and we love her very much… We just want her back safe… The other day... Katie told me that she was ready to ride... A big girl's bike... Without training wheels... And I promised her that she could do that on her birthday… Please, whoever you are... I hope you're listening… We just want our daughter back to us safely… Katie is just a little girl… She's just a little girl who deserves another birthday.

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Penelope Garcia: Only 7 seconds I was able to decipher, but it's 7 more than we had.

Aaron Hotchner: What are we looking at?

Penelope Garcia: Surveillance footage I retrieved of a second camera on the first floor. It shows Katie exiting the arcade, follows her movements through the crowd. She went north.

Aaron Hotchner: Till she disappears.

Penelope Garcia: Crap. I still can't make out who she was with.

Aaron Hotchner: 7 seconds...

Penelope Garcia: That's all the images I could find, sir.

Aaron Hotchner: Is all it takes for a child to disappear.

Penelope Garcia: If Katie was alone, the only stores in the vicinity she would be walking toward would be furniture, Stationary, or bedding.

Aaron Hotchner: Nothing that a 6-year-old would leave an arcade for. Unless it wasn't a store that caught her eye.

Penelope Garcia: I once followed Todd Cortel the entire length of silver beach because he had a kite.

Aaron Hotchner: The right bait might lure her away from the crowd.

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Derek Morgan: So what are you youngsters playing these days?

Jeremy Jacobs: I like... D.O.A.

Derek Morgan: D.O.A.? As in "dead on arrival"?

Spencer Reid: It's "dead or alive."

Derek Morgan: What do you like so much about it, Jeremy?

Jeremy Jacobs: The close combat. It's all about timing, how well you know your enemies. Plus I'm really good at it.

Derek Morgan: Yeah, I bet you are, kid.

Jeremy Jacobs: So, uh, what was the first game that you walked to when you came in here earlier?

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Agent: Girl's trail stops cold?

James Franklin: Because that vent is depositing air from the food court, the dog is overwhelmed by the smell.

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Agent 1: Katie. Katie Jacobs.

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FBI agent: I'm sorry, ma'am. I can't let you do that.

Susan Jacobs: But I'm his mother, for god sake.

FBI agent: Look, I understand.

Emily Prentiss: I'll take care of this. Jeremy is talking with 2 of our agents right now.

Susan Jacobs: Well, then, I should be there, too.

Emily Prentiss: Whatever's blocking your son's memory may be exacerbated by that. He might be feeling a bit responsible somehow.

Susan Jacobs: One minute, you're having a lighter engraved for your husband, and the next minute, Katie's name is being paged. I never thought something like this could happen to our family.

Emily Prentiss: Nobody ever does.

Susan Jacobs: What are they doing to my son?

Emily Prentiss: It's a sensory method of questioning. We're hoping it'll help Jeremy remember what happened before he realized Katie was gone.

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Derek Morgan: I'm gonna ask you to close your eyes for a minute, all right? I want you to go back to when you first walked in the arcade a little earlier. Can you remember that?

Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah.

Derek Morgan: You're doing great, my man. Okay, in your mind, I want you to try and picture what it sounded like in. Her picture what it smelled like. Was it crowded?

Jeremy Jacobs: It was loud.

Spencer Reid: Were the people loud, or were the sound effects loud?

Jeremy Jacobs: Both.

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Jeremy Jacobs: Some kid was yelling at his game.

Boy: Die! I own you. You're mine. Now die!

Katie Jacobs: Jeremy, I don't like it here.

Jeremy Jacobs: Well, tough, because I do.

Katie Jacobs: I want to find my mommy.

Jeremy Jacobs: Stop whining. I gave you a quarter. Now go play a game… Die, die, die. Die, die, die. Die, die, die.

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Spencer Reid: What's making you so uncomfortable, Jeremy?

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Katie Jacobs: I don't like it in here. Jeremy.

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Spencer Reid: What was she crying about?

Jeremy Jacobs: I don't remember. I… I couldn't hear.

Derek Morgan: Okay. Jeremy, go back to the video game.

Jeremy Jacobs: I was winning.

Derek Morgan: And how'd that make you feel?

Jeremy Jacobs: Awesome, proud of myself, kind of embarrassed.

Derek Morgan: Embarrassed? How?

Jeremy Jacobs: Like people were watching me.

Derek Morgan: Why were you self-conscious who was watching you?

Jeremy Jacobs: I could smell her shampoo.

Derek Morgan: Katie's?

Jeremy Jacobs: No.

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Katie Jacobs: Please, I wanna go. Can we please go?

Jeremy Jacobs: Die.

Katie Jacobs: Jeremy, I don't like it here.

Teenage Girl: You like that game, huh?

Jeremy Jacobs: You wanna play? We can switch back and forth for combo attacks.

Katie Jacobs: Please can we go? Please, Jeremy. Get out of here.

Jeremy Jacobs: I have extra quarters.

Katie Jacobs: Please, Jeremy.

Teenage Girl: No thank you.

Katie Jacobs: I want an ice cream.

Jeremy Jacobs: Katie? Katie?

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Derek Morgan: So Katie was asking for ice cream?

Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah.

Spencer Reid: Was there something else?

Jeremy Jacobs: No.

Derek Morgan: You did good, kid.

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James Franklin: Picked up Katie's scent on something in here.

Officer: Just a lot of half-eaten food, empty cups.

James Franklin: And this.

Aaron Hotchner: What'd you find?

James Franklin: It's a necklace in the trash. Bag it and label it in case there's any connection. There is.

Aaron Hotchner: Katie was wearing it.

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Beth Jacobs: She found it in the schoolyard about a year ago.

Jennifer Jareau: This is 24-karat gold, and the stones are real.

Aaron Hotchner: Whoever lost it would have been looking for it. Is there any reason that Katie would have lied?

Richard Jacobs: No.

Jennifer Jareau: How far do you live from here?

Beth Jacobs: About a mile.

Aaron Hotchner: Do you mind if we search your house?

Beth Jacobs: Of course not.

Richard Jacobs: What do you think you're gonna find there?

Aaron Hotchner: It's just protocol. Excuse me.

Richard Jacobs: What is he not telling us?

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Aaron Hotchner: The clasp is damaged, like it was ripped off of her neck.

James Franklin: Then they tossed it in the trash.

Aaron Hotchner: If the abductor just wants to fulfil his urge and move on, he wouldn't take the time. This is motivated by rage. It's personal.

Derek Morgan: David Westerfield kidnapped Danielle Van Dam out of revenge when her mother rejected him.

Aaron Hotchner: This may not be related to last week's abduction after all.

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Spencer Reid: Somebody lit a fire last night.

Derek Morgan: Well, there's dirty dishes for 3 in the kitchen, so they eat together as a family.

Spencer Reid: Hey, my favorite movie from when I was a kid.

Derek Morgan: So they watch movies together, too.

Spencer Reid: By a fireplace in a house that's in a cookie-cutter neighborhood. Norman Rockwell couldn't have painted this any cozier.

Derek Morgan: That's what worries me.

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Jennifer Jareau: Is there anyone in your life you would consider a threat?

Beth Jacobs: Why would you ask me that?

Jennifer Jareau: We have to explore every possibility.

Beth Jacobs: I don't understand. Now you don't think it's connected to the other case?

Jennifer Jareau: We're not sure.

Beth Jacobs: Why would someone we know do this?

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Agent: Katie Jacobs.

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Aaron Hotchner: I just have a couple of questions I want to ask you. Are there any families in your neighborhood that you don't get along with?

Richard Jacobs: My neighborhood?

Aaron Hotchner: Or an employee that you might have fired?

Richard Jacobs: No.

Aaron Hotchner: Or any child that Katie might have upset?

Richard Jacobs: H-hold on. Where are you going with this?

Aaron Hotchner: Katie's necklace didn't fall off by itself, and it's possible that she knows the offender.

Richard Jacobs: Ah, that's crazy. I mean, w-why would any-- No, no. We get along with everyone in our neighborhood, and, uh, Katie loves all of her--all of her friends at school. I mean, I, uh--I taught my daughter well.

Aaron Hotchner: Why would you say, "I've taught my daughter well," and not, "we've taught her really well"?

Richard Jacobs: You know what I mean… Why are you looking at me like that?

Aaron Hotchner: Are there marital issues that I should know about?

Richard Jacobs: Are you kidding?

Aaron Hotchner: Are either of you having an affair?

Richard Jacobs: You son of a bitch! My daughter is missing, and you wanna turn this around…

Aaron Hotchner: I know that I'm concerned with finding her, which is why I've asked you the question.

Richard Jacobs: My family means everything to me.

Aaron Hotchner: Finding Katie is everything to me.

Richard Jacobs: No, we are not participating in any affairs.

Aaron Hotchner: Okay.

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Agent: Katie Jacobs.

James Franklin: Katie Jacobs. Katie.

Agent: Katie Jacobs. Katie. Katie.

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Spencer Reid: Katie's been wetting her bed.

Derek Morgan: A lot of 6-year-olds do. Could be bad dreams.

Spencer Reid: Some kids won't get up at night, 'cause they're afraid of the dark.

Derek Morgan: Or it could be a lot more complex than that.

Spencer Reid: Most girls covet their dolls like an extension of themselves.

Derek Morgan: Reid, I know these signs… Acting out on her toys, wetting the bed. She's obviously covering up something about that necklace.

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Spencer Reid: Is there something else?

Jeremy Jacobs: No.

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Spencer Reid: And her cousin might be holding something back.

Derek Morgan: Katie's in a lot of pain and not telling anybody, and I think I know why.

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Aaron Hotchner: Yeah?

Derek Morgan: Hotch, I think Katie's being molested, and we both know the odds.

Aaron Hotchner: Most likely by somebody under the same roof.

Derek Morgan: Mr. Jacobs bought his own daughter a necklace, nobody would think twice about that, so why would Katie lie?

Aaron Hotchner: She didn't... Because her father didn't buy her the necklace… Get back here as soon as you can… We need to separate the boy and his father, 2 rooms. Now.

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FBI agent: Katie Jacobs.

James Franklin: Katie.

FBI agent: No, sir.

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Paul Jacobs: What's going on here?

Emily Prentiss: We're questioning Jeremy in another room.

Paul Jacobs: I know that. Why?

Aaron Hotchner: We suspect that he may know something.

Paul Jacobs: About Katie?

Aaron Hotchner: From you, Mr. Jacobs, we'd like to know more about your son.

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Jeremy Jacobs: What's going on? Did you find Katie?

Spencer Reid: Jeremy, how old are you?

Jeremy Jacobs: 13.

Spencer Reid: 13. You know, when I was 13, I was starting to notice girls, too. I was curious, but, uh--heh. I was… I was, like, really awkward, so it was super hard for me to talk to them, and I, uh-- I found that incredibly frustrating.

Jeremy Jacobs: Why are you telling me this?

Spencer Reid: 'Cause I think I understand you. You're, uh-- you're in the arcade. Pretty girl walks in, and, uh... You get distracted by the… The scent of her hair, right?

Jeremy Jacobs: I guess. So what?

Spencer Reid: So you're… You're becoming a man. It's… Heh. Believe it or not, it happens to all of us. There's nothing wrong with that at all.

Jeremy Jacobs: Never said there was.

Spencer Reid: And these video games that you play, these cool video games allow you to, to explore your violent side. Right? So, I mean, clearly you're intrigued. My only question is whether or not you acted on these curiosities, you've experimented yet.

Jeremy Jacobs: Shouldn't you be looking for my cousin right now?

Spencer Reid: I am looking for your cousin right now.

Jeremy Jacobs: Why are you asking me these questions?

Spencer Reid: Why are you avoiding them?

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Paul Jacobs: What would you like to know?

Emily Prentiss: What Jeremy's interests are.

Paul Jacobs: Uh, computer. Likes to be on the computer. Spends hours at a time. What's going on?

Emily Prentiss: Who does he socialize with?

Paul Jacobs: I don't know. Kids at school, I suppose.

Aaron Hotchner: You live under the same roof, but you can't name any of his friends?

Paul Jacobs: He spends hours in his room listening to that metal music I don't understand.

Emily Prentiss: Has he always been this distant with you, or is this something new?

Paul Jacobs: Well, I guess… I guess it's always been like this. That's why I don't find it odd.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, we did some checking, and, uh... We found out that Jeremy, at the ripe age of 13, has a record.

Paul Jacobs: For stealing, 6 months ago. We knew that.

Aaron Hotchner: And that didn't strike you as odd?

Paul Jacobs: He stole earrings for a girl he liked. When I was his age, I… I probably did the same thing.

Aaron Hotchner: He must have really wanted to make an impression on her, make her feel special, because we checked the record, and they were very valuable.

Paul Jacobs: We reprimanded him.

Aaron Hotchner: What was her name?

Paul Jacobs: Who?

Emily Prentiss: The girl Jeremy liked so much he stole for.

Paul Jacobs: I… I don't know. We're his parents. He's 13 years old. If he hadn't been arrested, we probably wouldn't even know that he was interested in girls.

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Derek Morgan: J.J., can I get a minute?

Richard Jacobs: Excuse me. Where's my brother?

Derek Morgan: He's being questioned, sir.

Beth Jacobs: About Jeremy?

Richard Jacobs: You think Jeremy knows something?

Derek Morgan: We don't know the answer to that yet.

Susan Jacobs: Oh, god.

Jennifer Jareau: Believe me, when we do know something, you guys'll be the first people we tell.

Susan Jacobs: W-we have to trust that.

Derek Morgan: Excuse us… Well, that was strange.

Jennifer Jareau: What?

Derek Morgan: You would think during a time like this, Susan would wanna know why her son's being detained. She didn't even look to us for an answer… Look at her. She's relaxed enough to sit down.

Jennifer Jareau: Maybe protecting what composure she has left?

Derek Morgan: Or protecting someone else.

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Spencer Reid: Hey, Jeremy, do you know what I do for the FBI?

Jeremy Jacobs: No.

Spencer Reid: Study human behavior. Like, uh, the way you're pushing your chair away from me, it tells me that what I'm saying is making you uncomfortable, like, uh, you're trying to distance yourself from me, maybe from what I'm capable of reading about you.

Jeremy Jacobs: Whatever.

Spencer Reid: Case in point: You bite your inner cheek. It's a… It's a nervous tic, like you're holding on to something. Doing it right now. You were also doing it inside the arcade, and I think you were doing it because maybe-- I don't know-- Maybe you remembered something more than what you told us.

Jeremy Jacobs: No. I told you everything.

Spencer Reid: I don't know. I don't think you told us everything. I think something else happened inside that arcade, something-- something you haven't told anybody yet.

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Aaron Hotchner: Mr. Jacobs, have a seat… Did, uh, Jeremy and Katie spend a lot of time together?

Paul Jacobs: Our families spend a lot of time together. He likes his cousin.

Aaron Hotchner: Does that make you jealous?

Paul Jacobs: What? Why would it? Why would it?

Emily Prentiss: We found that in the trash… How is it that you know your 6-year-old niece likes to read books and play dress-up, but you don't know the first thing about your own son?

Aaron Hotchner: Typically molesters only pay attention to the children that they're grooming, ignoring even their own.

Emily Prentiss: Katie wore that necklace because you told her to, because you told her she was special. As if the sexual abuse wasn't enough.

Aaron Hotchner: Is that when it started?

Paul Jacobs: When what started?

Aaron Hotchner: When you gave Katie the necklace, when she started wetting the bed, when her parents came to you and Susan wondering why their daughter locked herself in her room. Was that when it started? Is that when the molestation started?

Paul Jacobs: This is ridiculous.

Aaron Hotchner: Couldn't help yourself, could you?

Paul Jacobs: You're crazy!

Aaron Hotchner: Like so many little girls before.

Paul Jacobs: I… I wanna get outta here.

Aaron Hotchner: You started spending more time with her and telling her she was special.

Paul Jacobs: I'm not listening to you.

Aaron Hotchner: You knew it was sick, your brother's own daughter.

Paul Jacobs: Shut up!

Aaron Hotchner: Did she outgrow your preference?

Paul Jacobs: Shut up!

Aaron Hotchner: Did she get too old for you?

Paul Jacobs: No! No… I may have done some things that... You couldn't possibly understand, but I would never hurt Katie.

Aaron Hotchner: Whoever ripped the necklace off Katie did it in a rage, and he just seems... Broken.

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Susan Jacobs: One minute, I'm having a lighter engraved for my husband, and the next minute, Katie's name is being paged.

Emily Prentiss: You know, for probably the most stressful day of your life, I haven't seen you light one cigarette.

Paul Jacobs: I quit over a month ago.

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Susan Jacobs: You'd think after all my years in retail, I'd hate the mall, but it was convenient.

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Emily Prentiss: I don't think the aunt is telling us everything, and this could get dicey… Susan…

Beth Jacobs: What is it?

Emily Prentiss: Uh, I need to speak with Susan.

Richard Jacobs: Why? What happened?

Beth Jacobs: Did you find her?

Emily Prentiss: No. Not yet.

Richard Jacobs: What… Is it about Jeremy?

Emily Prentiss: No.

Beth Jacobs: Richard?

Emily Prentiss: I need to speak with you. Come this way.

Beth Jacobs: What are you doing? What's this about?

Emily Prentiss: You used to work in retail?

Susan Jacobs: I'm sorry. How does that should be able…

Emily Prentiss: I understand. You mentioned it earlier.

Susan Jacobs: So what?

Emily Prentiss: What you didn't tell me was you used to work in this mall years ago.

Susan Jacobs: What does that have to do with anything?

Beth Jacobs: Susan, do you know something?

Emily Prentiss: You know this building like the back of your hand. Earlier, you made sure to separate from the group.

Richard Jacobs: Someone tell us something!

Beth Jacobs: What the hell is happening?

Richard Jacobs: God, Susan! What do you know? Oh, God.

Emily Prentiss: Come on. Let's go.

Richard Jacobs: Susan, what…

Beth Jacobs: What did you do to Katie?

Richard Jacobs: Susan!

Beth Jacobs: What did she do? What did she do to her?

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Emily Prentiss: What did you do with Katie?

Susan Jacobs: Why would you ask me that?

Emily Prentiss: You and Richard have been playing the happy family, when the truth is you've been separated. Why else didn't you realize he hasn't had a cigarette in over a month? He has no use for a new lighter.

Susan Jacobs: Richard and I have been trying to work things out.

Emily Prentiss: Did you really believe that getting rid of that little girl would take away his sickness?

Susan Jacobs: You're not making a bit of sense.

Emily Prentiss: Did it occur to you last week? After you saw on the news that a little girl was snatched from a local mall and found dead 3 days later?

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Aaron Hotchner: There are 2 seasonal storage closets at the end of that hall, Jim.

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Emily Prentiss: You check those. We'll take the ones upstairs. Did you duct-tape her mouth, too? You know, if you do that to someone with asthma, they could die. But I guess you already figured that out.

Susan Jacobs: This was not supposed to happen to my family.

Emily Prentiss: It didn't just happen, Susan. You took her, a 6-year-old vulnerable child who trusted you, who trusted your husband… You need to tell me where she is.

Susan Jacobs: I don't know what you're talking about.

Emily Prentiss: This is how Katie sees herself, self-loathing, dirty, disgusting. That is what your husband made her feel.

Susan Jacobs: No.

Emily Prentiss: Those nights that she would stay at your house, he would sneak into her room and tell her not to make a sound.

Susan Jacobs: No, please don't do this.

Emily Prentiss: Do you have any idea how terrified she must have been, how confused, while you lay awake protecting an animal who will always have those urges and always has.

Susan Jacobs: Don't. Please don't.

Emily Prentiss: There's nothing left for you to protect, Susan. Instead of shielding her from more pain, you blamed her for your own.

Susan Jacobs: No, no, no.

Emily Prentiss: Yes, you did. You have robbed Katie of her childhood, are you gonna steal the rest of her life from her as well?

Susan Jacobs: No! Enough!

Emily Prentiss: Where is she?

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Aaron Hotchner: Katie! Katie! Pick it apart ,guys… Every box, every shelf.

Derek Morgan: Katie!

Aaron Hotchner: Katie! Katie! This whole pile back here. I need 2 guys in this aisle. Check up in here. Jim, why don't you check this room. Katie!

Derek Morgan: You guys, in this room. Let's go.

James Franklin: Katie!

Derek Morgan: Katie!

Aaron Hotchner: I got her! I got her!

Derek Morgan: Hey, we need a medic. Somebody move. Let's go.

Aaron Hotchner: I can't feel a pulse. Tip her head back, open her airway. Ready? 1,2...

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Aaron Hotchner: Come on, Katie.

Beth Jacobs: Katie!

Richard Jacobs: Come on, sweetie. Come on, sweetie. Wake up.

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Jeremy Jacobs: Is Katie gonna be all right?

Derek Morgan: She will eventually.

Jeremy Jacobs: I heard her call my mom's name. That's what I remembered before.

Derek Morgan: We get it, kid. That's your mom.

Jeremy Jacobs: What's gonna happen to me now?

Spencer Reid: I don't know, Jeremy, but, uh, we're gonna make sure you're all right, okay? Let's go.

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Jennifer Jareau: Susan consoling Katie's mother, that's an image that's gonna haunt me for a while.

Penelope Garcia: Well, we could have been left haunted by a lot worse.

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James Franklin: Thing is there's still a guy out there who hasn't been caught.

Aaron Hotchner: I know. And there always will be… But today we made a difference.

James Franklin: Tell you one thing, if I had a kid back home, I wouldn't still be standing here. I'll see you around.

Aaron Hotchner: Take it easy.

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Jessica Brooks: She's coming.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

Haley Hotchner: He's asleep.

Aaron Hotchner: Just 5 minutes.

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Aaron Hotchner: G.K. Chesterton wrote: “Fairy tales do not tell children that dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed.”

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