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#308 : Premier rendez-vous

L'équipe de Hotchner pourchasse un tueur en série sadique en Floride qui pratique l'occultisme et le satanisme. Garcia croit qu'elle a rencontré l'homme de sa vie mais son premier rendez-vous avec lui ne se passe pas exactement comme elle l'aurait cru, surtout que la réaction de Derek à propos de ce dernier n'aide pas les deux jeunes gens qui se disputent alors.

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Criminal Minds - 3x08 - 2 types of violent satanic criminals


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Criminal Minds 3X08 Lucky-Woman tells a man about her feelings


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Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Joe Mantegna ... David Rossi
   - 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 :
   - Bailey Chase ... James Colby Baylor
   - Nick Searcy ... Détective Jordan
   - John Lafayette ... Docteur Lorenz
   - Michael Beach ... Père Marks
   - Jamie Kennedy ... Floyd Feylinn Ferell
   - James Otis ... Docteur Nash
   - John Montana ... Docteur Fulton
   - Gwen Holloway ... Lee-Ann Kelton
   - Daniel Quinn ... Bob Kelton
   - Kate Connor ... Sheryl Timmons
   - Seth William Meier ... John Timmons
   - Colleen Foy ... Tracey Lambert

Dr. Lorenz: Please, listen. I'm telling you, he's not like our other patients. The crimes that got him here are nothing compared to what he'll do if we let him out.

Board Member 1: But he responded to medication.

Dr. Lorenz: Medication inhibits his delusions, not his fantasies. No pill can alter his sexual proclivities.

Board Member 2: But he's only 17 years old.

Dr. Lorenz: 17-year-old boys don't grow out of their sexuality. They grow into it.

Board Member 1: If he continues his medication-

Dr. Lorenz: He won't. The side effects are too dramatic.

Board Member 2: Maybe if you explain how important it is to him.

Dr. Lorenz: He put on 160 pounds since he went on them. He'll stop taking them. They all do, and when he does, he'll do this, all of it, every deviant, sickening detail.

Dr. Nash: He was adjudicated and committed. The law says he turns 18, we release him. Our hands are tied.

Dr. Lorenz: It's not your hands I worry about.


Guard: You ought to change your name to lucky. Thank whatever god you got. You're outta here.

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: I will.


Alison: Hey, Penelope.

Penelope Garcia: Alison. The usual.

James Baylor: Come on. Oh, you gotta be kidding me. I got a polo mallet in my trunk.

Penelope Garcia: Maybe you should give it a shot? Sorry. None of my business.

James Baylor: 3 hours. Just froze up on me.

Penelope Garcia: And you didn't save as you...

James Baylor: No.

Penelope Garcia: Who has time to save these days with the kids and the rap music?

James Baylor: You have a polo mallet in your trunk?

Penelope Garcia: Small one.

James Baylor: Heh.

Penelope Garcia: Can I…? Oh. Figures. It's windows. Temperamental. Let's try... Voilà.

James Baylor: Heh.

Penelope Garcia: Good luck.

James Baylor: Uh, I'm... James. James Baylor. My friends call me Colby.

Penelope Garcia: Penelope. Garcia. My friends call me wonderful… Or Garcia.

James Baylor: Well, thank you.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, just happy to help.

James Baylor: Uh, maybe I could take you to lunch sometime.

Penelope Garcia: Sure. Okay. Wh-why not?

James Baylor: Here's my card.

Penelope Garcia: Okay… This is mine.

James Baylor: I'll call you.

Penelope Garcia: Great.


Derek Morgan: Good morning, princess.

Penelope Garcia: Good morning.

Derek Morgan: Pump your brakes… Every day, I say, "good morning." Every day, you say, "I'll show you a good morning, hot stuff." Every day. Not today?

Penelope Garcia: I hate profilers. Do you know that?

Derek Morgan: Spit it out.

Penelope Garcia: Fine. I met a guy.

Derek Morgan: You did what? Where?

Penelope Garcia: Coffee shop. Smoking hot. I fixed his computer, and then he asked for my number.

Derek Morgan: And you just…

Penelope Garcia: Gave it to him. Can you believe that?

Derek Morgan: A complete stranger.

Penelope Garcia: Did I mention he was smoking hot?

Derek Morgan: Uh, yeah. Yeah, I think you did. Okay. It happens.

Penelope Garcia: No, it doesn't, not to me, not like this.

Derek Morgan: Not like what?

Penelope Garcia: I'm not the girl men see across a smoky bar and write songs about.

Derek Morgan: Sweetheart…

Penelope Garcia: It's okay. I do just fine, but it takes a minute, you know?

Derek Morgan: Okay, so what's the problem? You think it's all Happening a little too fast or something?

Penelope Garcia: Yes. I-I don't know. Maybe. What do you think?

Derek Morgan: I think you should always trust your gut, so sure, if he seems a little too smooth or maybe even a little too smoking hot, then maybe you should walk the other way.

Jennifer Jareau: Hey. We got a bad one.

Derek Morgan: How bad?

Jennifer Jareau: Florida.


Jennifer Jareau: Bridgewater, Florida. Local girl, Abbey Kelton, 19, left her parents' home to go to the local junior college… She never came home. 3 days later, joggers found her… Part of her… In a Nearby Park.

Emily Prentiss: What did that to her?

Jennifer Jareau: Bridgewater's off of i-75, which is often referred to as alligator alley for reasons that are now apparent. Everything below the waist had been eaten.

David Rossi: Ah, the circle of life.

Emily Prentiss: Suddenly I don't feel so guilty about my alligator wallet.

Aaron Hotchner: Alligators didn't cut off her fingers, slit her throat, or carve this into her chest.

Derek Morgan: An inverted pentagram.

Jennifer Jareau: Locals believe the killing was committed by a satanic cult.

David Rossi: Some things never change.

Emily Prentiss: Killer satanic cults don't exist. They were debunked as a suburban myth… What?

Spencer Reid: Rossi's the one that debunked them.

Emily Prentiss: Oh, right. Thanks.

David Rossi: Cult or not, the killing was ritualized. This will turn serial if it hasn't already.

Jennifer Jareau: So killer satanic cults don't exist, but satanic serial killers do?

David Rossi: Lasciate ogni speranza ch'entrate.

Jennifer Jareau: Oh. Thanks for clearing that up.

Spencer Reid: Uh, it's from Dante’s Inferno. Uh, "abandon hope, all ye who enter here."

Jennifer Jareau: So that was a yes.

Aaron Hotchner: A big yes.


Derek Morgan: "Fantasy abandoned by reason produces impossible monsters." Francisco Goya.


David Rossi: But we never found any evidence of a killer satanic cult. In reality, there are only 2 types of violent satanic criminals.

Spencer Reid: Uh, type one… Teen Satanists assume the satanic identity to rebel, minor crimes, theft and vandalism to churches, schools, symbols of authority.

David Rossi: When combined with drugs and alcohol, they may turn violent. Yes, in extreme cases, deadly. That was out of my book word for word.

Derek Morgan: Oh, trust us, we know.

Spencer Reid: Uh, killings are accidental, usually resulting from their hobby getting out of control. Killings won't turn serial…

Derek Morgan: Hey, Reid.

Spencer Reid: Sorry.

Emily Prentiss: Okay. So that's one type. What's type 2?

David Rossi: The adaptive Satanist is the one you have to worry about. The typical serial killer rationalizing his fantasies by blaming them on outside forces.

Jennifer Jareau: Like Satan.

David Rossi: Yes. He adapts satanic beliefs to fit his specific homicidal drives. He doesn't kill because he believes in Satan. He believes in Satan because he kills.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, let's hope it's the teenagers. Whether you're religious or not, the presence of satanic elements can affect even the most experienced investigators. And we're not immune, so keep an eye on the locals and keep an eye on each other.

Jennifer Jareau: I- I hear you. I saw the exorcist.

Derek Morgan: My mother took us to church every Sunday until I moved out. This whole devil thing doesn't spook me at all.

Spencer Reid: Maybe that's because you never truly bought the God part either.

Derek Morgan: No offense, kid, but you don't know what I believe.

Spencer Reid: Well, I mean, logic dictates that if you believe in the one, you have to reconcile the existence of the other.

Aaron Hotchner: People's reactions to Satan is what gives it appeal to these offenders. It has power, and it would be a mistake to underestimate it.


Jordan: We found Abbey's car at a gas station near her home. No sign of foul play. Dr. Fulton?

Dr. Fulton: The gators got to her sometime during the night. Her nose was broken at least 48 hours prior.

Emily Prentiss: About the time of the abduction.

Aaron Hotchner: Blitz attack.

Spencer Reid: What was the cause of death?

Dr. Fulton: Her throat. It was cut roughly 8 hours prior to the discovery of the body.

Emily Prentiss: Sexual assault?

Dr. Fulton: State of the body makes that impossible to determine.

Aaron Hotchner: The pentagram.

Dr. Fulton: That was done postmortem.

Aaron Hotchner: And the fingers?

Dr. Fulton: All severed at the first knuckle.

Aaron Hotchner: When?

Dr. Fulton: I was unsure when the fingers were removed until I found this... The contents of her stomach. The condition indicates they were fed to her just prior to her death.

Spencer Reid: All 10 fingers.


Derek Morgan: Rossi, do me a favor. You talk to the priest, all right?

David Rossi: You'd rather interview the grieving parents on the worst day of their lives than the priest?

Derek Morgan: If it's all right with you, yeah.


Father Marks: Good afternoon.

Jennifer Jareau: Hi. Father Marks. Agent Jareau. These are agents Rossi and Morgan.

Father Marks: It's good of you to come.

David Rossi: We're sorry we have to be here under these circumstances, father.

Father Marks: Well, Abbey's parents, Bob and Lee-Ann, are in my office. We were discussing her service.

David Rossi: Agent Morgan actually has some questions for you.

Father Marks: All right. Well, uh, they're upstairs, first door on the right, and they're expecting you… So how long has it been, Agent Morgan?

Derek Morgan: I'm sorry?

Father Marks: Well, since you've been in god's house. Well, priests and dentists can spot an overdue customer a mile away, so... How long's it been?

Derek Morgan: I didn't come here to talk about myself.

Father Marks: Occupational hazard. My apologies.

Derek Morgan: Is this the biggest church in town?

Father Marks: Well, we're the only church in Bridgewater proper.

Derek Morgan: You're aware of the religious aspects of this crime, the pentagram?

Father Marks: Yes, I am.

Derek Morgan: Have there been any break-ins, thefts, threats towards the church?

Father Marks: No.

Derek Morgan: Parishioners behaving strangely? Regulars who may have recently stopped coming?

Father Marks: Well, not that I'm aware of.

Derek Morgan: How about questions about Satan? From your young members? Possession? Exorcisms? The occult?

Father Marks: Well, now, that, I'm sure I would remember.

Derek Morgan: Good. Thanks for your time.


Jennifer Jareau: We're so sorry for your loss.

Lee-Ann Kelton: They say we couldn't have an open casket, so we need to choose a picture. I didn't know which one to use, so I brought them all.

Jennifer Jareau: She's beautiful.

David Rossi: Her first steps?

Lee-Ann Kelton: Oh, Bob took that. Thank God, I would have missed it. I was at a church retreat for the weekend.

David Rossi: Pretty young to be walking.

Lee-Ann Kelton: 9 months. Youngest girl in the whole neighborhood to walk. First to swim, too. That's Abbey.

David Rossi: When's her birthday?

Lee-Ann Kelton: Uh, July 28.

David Rossi: Leo. Headstrong, popular, generous, Center of attention. Am I right?

Lee-Ann Kelton: To a "T." that's Abbey. She was only 17 when she graduated. She's studying to be a nurse.

Bob Kelton: Was.

Lee-Ann Kelton: What's that, dear?

Bob Kelton: She was studying to be a nurse… I, um… I made the identification… There was a sheet over her. Doc pulled it down just enough to see her face, but I could tell… I could s-see from where the sheet laid over her body that... That something wasn't right. Detective Jordan won't tell me the details, says I don't need to know. And doc says I don't need to see… This is Abbey. This is my s-sweet Abbey… And I trust doc, and I trust detective Jordan, but you're from the FBI, and if you tell me that I don't… I don't need to see or I don't need to know, I'll believe you.

David Rossi: Trust me, Mr. Kelton… These are the memories you wanna keep.


Father Marks: Thank you.

David Rossi: Thank you, father.

Father Marks: Right.

David Rossi: Take care.

Sheryl Timmons: Hi, father… For Lee-Ann and Bob. We feel so helpless. We had to do something.

Father Marks: There's plenty of room in the fridge, okay? Go on. Take it in there.

Sheryl Timmons: Thanks, father.


Derek Morgan: There's no evidence that any of the local kids were into devil worship or the occult.

Emily Prentiss: No, this is not a group of teenagers.

Derek Morgan: It's a serial killer.

Emily Prentiss: And considering what he did with her fingers, a sadistic one.

David Rossi: That, I wouldn't say just yet.

Emily Prentiss: He cut off her fingers, and he made her eat them. If that isn't sadistic…

David Rossi: If it was, that's the only sign of sadism present in the crime.

Emily Prentiss: If he was purely a sadist, there would have been more signs of torture.

David Rossi: The fingers are a message.

Derek Morgan: What the hell's the message?

Aaron Hotchner: "She's not my first." None of the fingers found in Abbey Kelton's stomach were hers, and 6 of them were index fingers.


Penelope Garcia: Hear ye, hear ye, the honourable Penelope Garcia presiding, speak and be heard.

James Baylor: Uh, it's Colby. We met this morning. You fixed my laptop.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. Uh, hi. H- how's it going?

James Baylor: Great, thanks to you.

Penelope Garcia: Heh. Just happy to be of service.

James Baylor: You know, I was wondering if you'd let me make that thank-you lunch a dinner.

Penelope Garcia: You really don't have to do that.

James Baylor: I know, but I'd like to. I'm asking you out, Garcia. Tomorrow night.

Penelope Garcia: Tomorrow night? Tomorrow night. Tomorrow night. You know, I would love to, but I am coming down with something.

James Baylor: Are you okay?

Penelope Garcia: Y- yeah.

James Baylor: Maybe some other time when you're feeling up to it.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. That… I have your number.

James Baylor: Feel better.

Penelope Garcia: Thanks.


Derek Morgan: Hey, what you got for me, girl?

Penelope Garcia: I just sent you 10 separate I.D.s belonging to the 10 fingers found in Abbey Kelton's stomach. No 2 fingers belong to the same woman.

Derek Morgan: 10. And you I.D.ed them already?

Penelope Garcia: Mm. 40-plus prostitution arrests made it easy. They worked truck stops and rest areas in the counties surrounding Bridgewater.

Derek Morgan: Well, the unsub knows the area well.

Penelope Garcia: Clearly. Gotta go. Bye.

Derek Morgan: Hey, whoa, whoa, whoa. What, no snappy rhetoric? What's going on?

Penelope Garcia: Not in the mood.

Derek Morgan: Penelope?

Penelope Garcia: Uh, that guy from the coffee shop asked me out, and I took your advice, and I blew him off.

Derek Morgan: Oh. Um... Well, good. Smart move. Something was definitely wrong with him.

Penelope Garcia: Wow. You are some profiler. You could tell how wrong he was from what little I told you.

Derek Morgan: Garcia, I didn't mean to…

Penelope Garcia: I wonder was it that he was too handsome or too interested in me that tipped you off on how wrong he was?

Derek Morgan: Garcia, I…

Penelope Garcia: Just 'cause you wouldn't cross a crowded room to hit on me does not mean that a more perceptive, less superficial guy wouldn't. Hey, Derek, you want snappy? You suck.


Emily Prentiss: Hey.

Derek Morgan: Uh, Garcia just I.D.ed 10 victims.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah, she's just sent the file through. Look at this. Last known locations of the 10 victims.

Derek Morgan: Has Hotch seen this?

Emily Prentiss: Yes. Oh, yeah. Hotch set up the profile briefing. Uh, we're calling the families. You're briefing the locals.


Aaron Hotchner: Abbey Kelton and 10 others murdered by a serial killer here in Bridgewater.

Jordan: Here? How can you be sure?

Aaron Hotchner: These marks represent where the first 10 disappeared. The void in the center is his safety zone. He avoids killing near his home to escape detection, and the void's center is Bridgewater.

Jordan: Why would he violate his safety zone? No one knew he existed.

David Rossi: Because no one knew he existed. That's why he left us the fingers.

Jordan: If he wants us to know, does he want us to catch him?

David Rossi: No. Killing gives him power. Our knowing gives him more. He won't stop. He's just getting started.

Jordan: Detective Jordan. Yeah… Yeah, I got it… You were right. He's just getting started.


Emily Prentiss: So yesterday afternoon, Tracey Lambert told her roommate she was going for a hike.

David Rossi: He was waiting for her.

Emily Prentiss: Uh, blitz attack, Probably like Abbey Kelton's at the gas station.

David Rossi: Our, um, unsub was likely in a mental institution.

Emily Prentiss: Why do you say that?

David Rossi: One neat aspect. The severely mentally ill have chaos all around them. When institutionalized, they're given order, taught to keep their rooms clean and neat. When discharged, they stop taking their meds. Their minds fall back into chaos, but often they do one thing to keep some order back into it.

Emily Prentiss: Okay. I'll call Garcia, tell her to check state mental records.


Derek Morgan: Hey. What's he doing here?

Jordan: I called him. State search and rescue's out of Tallahassee. It'd take at least 4 to 5 hours to set it up.

Derek Morgan: So?

Father Marks: Tracey's a member of the church choir, and my congregation is feeling helpless. At least this way, we'll feel like We're doing something.

Derek Morgan: It's not a good idea. The unsub could be a member of your church.

Jordan: So?

Aaron Hotchner: Serial killers like to insert themselves in these investigations.

Jordan: Look, Tracey is the second girl to go missing around here in a week, and we all know what happened to the first. Now, I am conducting this search.

Jennifer Jareau: Sir, we're here to help, okay? Let us set it up. If we have to do a search, we can try to draw him out. Volunteer sign-in sheet should give us a good suspect list.

Jordan: All right, let's do it.


Jennifer Jareau: Please have your I.D.s out and ready for the volunteer sign-in.

Emily Prentiss: As soon as you've signed in, move towards the staging area, and officers will instruct you on search procedure.

Father Marks: Every search pair should have one whistle.

Sheryl Timmons: Thanks, father.

Father Marks: There you go.

John Timmons: Hey, father.

Jennifer Jareau: Move forward… Next.


John Timmons: Tracey? Tracey Lambert!

Sheryl Timmons: Tracey!

Man: Tracey? Tracey Lambert?

John Timmons: Sheryl?


Dispatch: All units, code 8. Timmons, Sheryl… White female, age 32, 5'5", brown hair, last seen wearing khakis and a pink shirt. All units respond immediately.

State Trooper: Unit 18, Roger. Responding. Copy. Slow it down, buddy!


John Timmons: What am I gonna tell my boys? I mean, matt's old enough to know what's going on. It's all my fault. I shouldn't have left her. Tell me you'll find her.

Emily Prentiss: Hey, how's it going with father Marks? Any of the volunteers jump out at him?

Derek Morgan: Not yet.


Emily Prentiss: Garcia?

Penelope Garcia: I'm still running the particulars of our homicides through vicap. Nothing so far.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, I just sent you the volunteer search list.

Penelope Garcia: Okay, and I'm cross-checking the names against mental institution records.

Emily Prentiss: Pay attention to individuals who were involuntarily committed in Florida. Uh, Rossi's convinced our unsub is the type that likes to stick close to home.

Penelope Garcia: Got it. Talk to you later.

Emily Prentiss: Hey, Garcia, you normally call Morgan about these kinds of things. Is everything okay?

Penelope Garcia: God, I hate profilers.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, come on. Tell me.

Penelope Garcia: I met this guy at the coffee shop I go to every day.

Emily Prentiss: Right. Got it.


Derek Morgan: What?

Emily Prentiss: When a woman tells a man about her feelings, she doesn't want him to fix her. She wants him to shut up and listen.


Derek Morgan: So?

Father Marks: I know these people better than anyone, and none of them fits the description of the man you've described.

Derek Morgan: One of them does.

Father Marks: I'm sorry. I-I…

Derek Morgan: He's a mimic. He imitates faith, attends service every Sunday, but only goes because everyone else goes. You know him.

Father Marks: I do my best to guide my congregation, okay? But these days, most of them… Not just the younger, unmarried men… Are imitating faith. Almost all of them come because the rest of them do. My job is not…

Derek Morgan: None of that is important right now. What is important is that I'm looking for a killer, and he is on that list.

Father Marks: And I don't know him. I can't help you. I'm sorry.

Derek Morgan: Tell that to Sheryl Timmons' husband and children when they ask you to pray over what's left of her. I'm sure they'll find it real comforting.

Father Marks: And I'll be praying for their sake and yours that I never have to do that, agent Morgan.

Derek Morgan: Good luck with that.

Father Marks: What happened to you? Only someone who grew up with religion could have so much contempt for a priest he hardly knows.

Derek Morgan: When I was a kid, something bad was happening to me... And I went to church every day, and I prayed. Oh, I prayed for it to stop. You know what god did? Nothing.

Father Marks: He never gives us more than we can handle.

Derek Morgan: Your god expects way too much of 13-year-old boys.


David Rossi: Father Marks seemed pretty shaken up when he left.

Derek Morgan: Yeah, well, he had enough reason to be.

David Rossi: You're still pissed I threw you under the bus with him yesterday.

Derek Morgan: Am I?

David Rossi: You know, in my day, if your partner made a request like that… Well, I was just giving you a chance for personal growth.

Derek Morgan: I get you, Dave… You're not a mystery to me, man… They said you couldn't interview serial killers. You did… They said you couldn't put together a profiling team. You did… They said there was no way in hell you would ever come back here. You did. It's in your nature, Rossi. It's who you are.

David Rossi: Well, if you knew all that, why would you tell me you didn't want to talk to the priest?

Derek Morgan: I was giving you an opportunity for personal growth.

David Rossi: Where you going?

Derek Morgan: To apologize.


Derek Morgan: I'm sorry to interrupt. Um, I'm looking for father Marks… Did you see that? Ma'am. Excuse me, ma'am… Ma'am… Whoa.


Sheryl Timmons: Please. Please don't hurt me… I have children. Please… Please...

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Relax. This is gonna feel real nice.


Aaron Hotchner: Well, she's Hispanic. Clearly she's neither of the 2 women we're looking for.

Emily Prentiss: Okay, I got it… All right, her name Is Maria Lopez. She's 34 years old, numerous arrests for solicitation and prostitution just like the others, but she was reported missing 9 months ago.

Dr. Fulton: She's been dead 72 hours, and I can say with certainty there was no sexual assault.

Emily Prentiss: Why would he keep her alive for 9 months and then kill her 3 days ago?

Aaron Hotchner: Dr. Fulton, can you check the tissue to see if the cells have burst?

Dr. Fulton: You think she was frozen?

Emily Prentiss: Why?

Aaron Hotchner: Because I think he's eating them.


Emily Prentiss: Thank you. Uh, Dr. Fulton confirmed it. Maria Lopez was frozen shortly after her death.

Derek Morgan: Well, that explains why we haven't been able to find the other victims. He's keeping them.

Jennifer Jareau: How'd you get to cannibalism?

Aaron Hotchner: He didn't take them for sex, and he took their legs. He was trying to tell us by feeding the fingers to Abbey Kelton. Fingers were a message. "I've killed before" was only part of it. "I'm eating them" was the other.

David Rossi: Cannibalism, the greatest taboo that explains his drive to blame his appetite on an outside force.

Jennifer Jareau: Why would anyone want to eat human flesh?

Spencer Reid: It's like a sexual urge, a cross-wiring of the 2 most basic human drives… Sustenance and sex.

Derek Morgan: It all fits.

Emily Prentiss: Hey. Garcia, I'm putting you on speaker.

Penelope Garcia: So I can't find any patients in Florida who have the charming cocktail of being both a satanist and a cannibal. However, Hazelwood Mentalinstitution is the place to go when looking for Florida's most dangerous kinds of wackos, and they had a fire in 1998 that destroyed all their records.

Aaron Hotchner: How far away is Hazelwood?

Spencer Reid: 70 miles.

Aaron Hotchner: Uh, JJ, tell them we're on our way. Uh, Reid.

Spencer Reid: Let's do it.


Dr. Nash: As I told agent Jareau on the phone, we have no existing record of that patient you described.

Aaron Hotchner: But your records only go back as far as 1998. We were hoping that perhaps you would remember him?

Dr. Nash: I'm sorry. I don't. Jim Lorenz was in charge of the adolescents.

Spencer Reid: Adolescents?

Dr. Nash: The only reason we release a patient this disturbed is if he had been admitted as a minor and turned 18.

Aaron Hotchner: Could we speak to Dr. Lorenz?

Dr. Nash: He died in the fire. He was leaving when he heard the alarm. He came back inside... And became trapped.

Aaron Hotchner: Why would he come back?

Dr. Nash: He was a very dedicated man.

Spencer Reid: Could it be because there was something in his office that he felt was worth risking his life for?

Aaron Hotchner: Dr. Nash?

Dr. Nash: There is something. The grounds people found it in a tree just below his office. Jim, uh, must have thrown it out his window just before he... I started reading it. I had to s-stop.

Spencer Reid: "The patient's symptoms go far beyond normal psychosexual, oral biting fixation of a typical 7- year-old boy."

Aaron Hotchner: Rossi, we've got something. I need a name, Reid.

Spencer Reid: "Admitted after biting a large piece of flesh out of his 9 month old sister."

Aaron Hotchner: A name.

Spencer Reid: "Believes he is possessed by a flesh-eating demon."

Aaron Hotchner: Reid.

Spencer Reid: Floyd Feylinn Ferrel.


Jordan: Feylinn? Floyd Feylinn?

David Rossi: You know him?

Jordan: Sure I do.

Emily Prentiss: He dropped his last name.

Jordan: Would he be that obvious?

David Rossi: Absolutely. He's not that bright. He believes Satan would protect him from getting caught.


Jordan: Go right.

Derek Morgan: It's clear.

Emily Prentiss: Clear.


Jordan: Dear God.


Emily Prentiss: Sheryl Timmons?

Sheryl Timmons: Yes.

Emily Prentiss: You're safe now. Is Tracey Lambert here?

Sheryl Timmons: No.


Jennifer Jareau: Keep it together. I need you to look at the faces. Do you see Tracey Lambert?

Jordan: No. No, Tracey's not here.

David Rossi: Tracey Lambert?

Jennifer Jareau: She's not here.


Derek Morgan: FBI! Don't move! Get your hands where I can see them. Do it now! Feylinn!

David Rossi: I got him.

Derek Morgan: Get up. Get up.

David Rossi: Where's Tracey Lambert?

Derek Morgan: Let's go.


Spencer Reid: Francisco Goya, known as the black paintings. Lorenz's notes say that Feylinn was exposed to them as part of his therapeutic art therapy.

Emily Prentiss: I don't think it worked.

Aaron Hotchner: He kills them after 72 hours. Tracey's been gone for 24. See if you can find out where she is.

Derek Morgan: Do what I can.


Derek Morgan: "Kobe girl steak," huh? That's where you massage the meat, right? Floyd, these are some pretty unusual recipes you got here. You try them all? Hmm? Must have tried some of them, right? Talk to me. Which ones did you try?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: They have a smiley-face by them. Others have a frowny-face.

Derek Morgan: They sure do. Why?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: They didn't turn out so good.

Derek Morgan: Well, thank you for that… You hear voices, Floyd?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: I'm not smart but I have a smart friend who tells me things.

Derek Morgan: What's your smart friend's name?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: He wants me to tell you something.

Derek Morgan: Tell me what?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Your watch has stopped.


David Rossi: He's trying to spook him.

Aaron Hotchner: It won't work.


Derek Morgan: Yeah. Um... I was meaning to change the batteries over a month ago… You know, we thought you chose athletically built women because you were attracted to them, but that was only part of it, right? Like a woman with a little meat on her bones, don't you? Makes for better recipes, doesn't it? Hmm? Something I'm missing?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Skinny ones take drugs.

Derek Morgan: So, what, you don't like drug users?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: They taste funny.

Derek Morgan: Where's Tracey Lambert, Floyd?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: I'm not supposed to tell you… I'm only supposed to tell father Marks… I'm gonna stop talking now.


Officer: He's right there.

Father Marks: Thank you.

Officer: You're welcome.

Derek Morgan: You gotta let me do all the talking. You hear me?


Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Thank you for coming, father.

Father Marks: Anything I can do to…

Derek Morgan: Floyd, I had to pull some serious strings to get him here. My bosses didn't like the idea at all of sending him in. Now, they're gonna allow him to sit right here and listen, but you're gonna talk to me, all right?

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Okay. I've done some really bad things.

Derek Morgan: Everybody's done things they're not proud of, Floyd. The only thing that helps Is to talk about them, tell other people. Things are always better after you talk about them.

Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Not everything.


David Rossi: This is strange. When he entered the park, Feylinn signed the volunteer sign-in sheet, but his name's not on the list of searchers.


Derek Morgan: Come on, Floyd. I got him here like you asked. Now it's your turn. Tell us. Where is Tracey Lambert?


David Rossi: Something's wrong.


Floyd Feylinn Ferell: Father, I feel so alone. I feel like god has abandoned me… Why?

Father Marks: You are not alone, my son. God is in all of us.


David Rossi: We need to stop the interview.


Floyd Feylinn Ferell: So is Tracey Lambert.

Father Marks: You son of a bitch. You son of…

Derek Morgan: Father Marks! Father Marks, no! Come on! No! Help!

Father Marks: You son of a bitch!


Jordan: He was feeding the volunteers.


Derek Morgan: 16th-century English novelist Thomas Deloney wrote, "God sends meat, and the devil sends cooks."


David Rossi: Blaming the devil for his cannibalism wasn't enough to lessen his guilt, so he tricked others into participating. He made them all as guilty as he was.

Derek Morgan: He caught every break possible, Rossi… Gets released from the hospital… His records get destroyed… Gets pulled over with a victim In the trunk of his car, and they let him go… I've never seen anyone that lucky.

David Rossi: What's your point?

Derek Morgan: You been doing this a long time, you've seen a lot of things. You think it's possible that Feylinn would… I don't know. That he was getting some kind of help from something else?

David Rossi: It's irrelevant. The job is to find evil, to stop it, not to know where it came from… Let somebody else take that job. This one's tough enough… You know, Reid was right.

Derek Morgan: About?

David Rossi: If you believe in one, you have to believe in the other.


Penelope Garcia: I-I really enjoyed myself tonight.

James Baylor: Me too. I guess it's lucky my laptop froze up on me when it did.

Penelope Garcia: Uh, I don't know about luck, but it was awfully good that I was there to fix it.

James Baylor: You don't believe in luck?

Penelope Garcia: Not really, no.

James Baylor: Huh. Do you believe in coincidences?

Penelope Garcia: I believe that everything happens for a really good reason.

James Baylor: Oh. Oh, I think you're right about that.

Penelope Garcia: Oh. This-this is it.

James Baylor: Yeah. Well... Good night.

Penelope Garcia: Oh.

James Baylor: Good night.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah.

James Baylor: Hey, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah?

James Baylor: I been thinking about doing this all night.

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Emmalyne  (02.02.2021 à 23:00)

Un épisode horrible, même dégueux je dois dire et pourtant un de mes épisodes préférés. Le scénario est bien monté et l'intrigue vraiment bien... Et les gentils ne gagnent pas complètement à la fin.

schumi  (30.07.2018 à 17:24)

Je n'ai qu'une chose à dire: oh mais nooooooooon!!! Pas Garcia! Il me semblait vraiment bizarre ce type! Et puis c'est quoi cette dispute entre Morgan et Pénélope? Oh ben ça fait plus qu'une chose à dire en fait...^^


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