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#317 : Le caméléon

Scénariste : Andi Bushell
Réalisateur : John Gallagher

La BAU menée par l'agent Hotchner se rend à Miami pour enquêter sur une série de meurtres sanglants dont le coupable semble avoir un problème concernant son identité sexuelle. L'équipe doit au plus vite proposer un profil aux poiliciers avant que ce meurtrier ne tue une nouvelle personne. De son côté, JJ voit son secret révéler : elle est en couple avec Will.

> En plus : les photos promotionnelles


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Titre VO
In Heat

Titre VF
Le caméléon

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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 :
   - Nicholas Brendon ... Kevin Lynch
   - Josh Stewart ... William LaMontagne Jr.
   - Tia Texada ... Tina Lopez
   - Michael Graziadei ... Steven Fitzgerald
   - Wendy Hoopes ... Sarah Fitzgerald
   - David Monahan ... Deacon Rogers
   - James Martin Kelly ... David Fitzgerald
   - Kara Revel ... Layla
   - Douglas Barcellos ... Carlos

Kevin Lynch: I turned the breaker off.

Penelope Garcia: Ooh! Kevin, you scared me. It's becoming your thing.

Kevin Lynch: Well, maybe you scare too easily.

Penelope Garcia: What-- What's this?

Kevin Lynch: Oh, since you couldn't make it to dinner, I thought I would bring dinner to you.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, Kevin... Oh...

Kevin Lynch: Want to start with dessert?

Penelope Garcia: Oh, I always said I wanted to try this when I was a grownup… Mm...

Kevin Lynch: You're too stressed out.

Penelope Garcia: What?

Kevin Lynch: You're too stressed out.

Penelope Garcia: You didn't like that?

Kevin Lynch: No. That's why you scare so easily. You're so stressed.

Penelope Garcia: I have a stressful job.

Kevin Lynch: You know, maybe we should get away.

Penelope Garcia: You mean, like a vacation?

Kevin Lynch: Yeah. Yeah. You deserve a week in the land of no keyboards.

Penelope Garcia: I don't know what I'd do with myself.

Kevin Lynch: Well, I can think of a couple of things.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, that is something else i have always wanted to try.


Linda: Mm, oh, my husband would kill us both.

Bartender: No. Don't think of him.

Linda: Oh... Oh.  Oh... Oh...

Bartender: Mi Linda. Preciosa. Oh, my god... Hermosa.

Linda: Oh, God... Oh... Oh, my God… Oh, God.


Jennifer Jareau: Charles Luvet was found floating in a Miami Marina last night. Local M.E. thinks that he was only in the water about an hour.

Aaron Hotchner: Any attempt to weigh the body down?

Jennifer Jareau: Doesn't appear to be.

Derek Morgan: The dumping could be convenient, as a opposed to a means of hiding the crime.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, he's the third victim found in Miami over the last two months. Though the locations of the bodies are different, many of the elements are the same--all males, 25 to 35, all traveling, all asphyxiated with no signs of sexual assault.

Derek Morgan: But tourists could be just simple robbery.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, there are some personal items missing.

David Rossi: He's targeting travellers for a reason.

Penelope Garcia: I'm so sorry.

Emily Prentiss: Hey, half-day today?

Penelope Garcia: Alarm, sir. I overslept. I'm so sorry.

Aaron Hotchner: Everyone's allowed to be late... Once.

Penelope Garcia: It won't happen again.

David Rossi: You guys notice the red flag on the autopsy report?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah. None of the hyoid bones were fractured.

Aaron Hotchner: No visual signs of trauma. No ligature marks. Yet, the unsub still managed to asphyxiate grown men.

Derek Morgan: Maybe a chokehold, wouldn't leave any signs of trauma.

Spencer Reid: It would also be a way of controlling a male. A powerful grip from behind gives the unsub all the leverage. None of these victims look out-of-shape or easy to control. In fact, they all look remarkably fit.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, as I said, the recovery locations are very different. Charles Luvet was found in the water. Daniel Brown was partially buried in the shallow sand dune. Paul Hayes was stuffed into a dumpster.

Emily Prentiss: That's not much of an effort to hide any of them.

David Rossi: They were all found in high-traffic areas.

Jennifer Jareau: Miami PD is asking for our help, considering there are currently 4 other men missing that match this victimology.

Penelope Garcia: I can dig up what I can on the victims from their hometowns.

Aaron Hotchner: Miami is a mecca for potential targets, and anyone traveling is more vulnerable than they normally would be.

Jennifer Jareau: Case in point, Charles Luvet, the latest victim, he was a vacationing cop.


Jennifer Jareau: "O secrets better kept than the secrets that everybody guesses." George Bernard Shaw.


Spencer Reid: Ugh... Agh. Is it always this hot?

Derek Morgan: Every day, all day.

David Rossi: That's South Beach.

Spencer Reid: That's not what I'm talking about.

Aaron Hotchner: They know.

Tina Lopez: FBI.

Derek Morgan: Yes.

Tina Lopez: Detective Lopez, Miami PD.

Derek Morgan: Oh, um, Morgan... Derek.

Tina Lopez: Tina. So, thank you for coming down so quickly.

Jennifer Jareau: Agent Jareau-- JJ. We spoke on the phone.

Tina Lopez: Yes.

Jennifer Jareau: These are agents Hotchner, Prentiss, Rossi, Derek, and Dr. Reid.

Tina Lopez: Well, I hope there's no test because I'm lousy with names.

David Rossi: Agent will be fine.

Emily Prentiss: Hey, isn't that--

Tina Lopez: Detective LaMontagne just arrived from New Orleans to I.D. the cop they pulled from the bay last night.

Jennifer Jareau: Detective, it's good to see you. How are you?

William LaMontagne: Yeah… Charlie Luvet and I worked together for 7 years. We haven't formally I.D.ed him yet, but we believe it's him.

Derek Morgan: Sorry for your loss, man.

Tina Lopez: So, you all know each other?

Jennifer Jareau: Professionally.

William LaMontagne: Yeah. The BAU helped me out on a case about a year ago. Just for the sake of clarity, I'm not here to investigate. Charlie was supposed to be married this august, so if the guy that floated up last night was him, I guess I have the honour of notifying his fiancee, so she's gonna need some answers, closure, and I'm just here to get that for her.

David Rossi: Do you know why he was here?

William LaMontagne: He was meeting up with some college buddies to compete in a regatta. He was a big boat guy.

Aaron Hotchner: So, he wasn't traveling alone.

William LaMontagne: Well, he came alone. He was meeting them here.

David Rossi: We should track these friends down, see if they saw anything. And the 2 other victims, any potential witnesses?

Tina Lopez: No. Paul Hayes was here alone on business. Daniel Brown came down to windsurf by himself.

Spencer Reid: So, they were all essentially alone.

Emily Prentiss: The unsub watched them long enough to know that.

Tina Lopez: Yeah. He's probably already scoping out his next victim, and I don't have a damn thing to warn people with, so come on inside.  I've got everything all set up.

Derek Morgan: How are you, LaMontagne?

William LaMontagne: Good to see you.


William LaMontagne: Hey, wait up… What was that?

Jennifer Jareau: What was what?

William LaMontagne: "Professionally"? Hey, you still haven't told anyone about us?

Jennifer Jareau: It's none of their business.

William LaMontagne: Where do you tell them you go every weekend?

Jennifer Jareau: I don't.

William LaMontagne: Are you ashamed or something?

Jennifer Jareau: What? No. No. It's just in this team, everyone knows everything about everyone. There's no privacy. My personal life is one less thing they can profile, all right? We should get up there.

William LaMontagne: Yeah. Wouldn't want your team to think something is up, would we?

Jennifer Jareau: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Please don't do this, okay?

William LaMontagne: You realize that this is gonna happen every now and then when our career paths cross, right?

Jennifer Jareau: Doesn't make it any less awkward.

William LaMontagne: Okay. Well, never realized how much awkward could sound like ashamed.


Tina Lopez: This is everything we recovered from Paul Hayes' hotel room. It's all been processed, so don't worry about touching anything.

Emily Prentiss: Thank you.

Tina Lopez: I’m gonna take the skinny kid and Derek to the dump sites, so i got my cell, radio. If anyone doesn't give you anything, just call me.

Emily Prentiss: Great.

David Rossi: She did say she wasn't good at names.

Emily Prentiss: Remembered Derek.

David Rossi: Wonder how she'll describe us.

Emily Prentiss: Oh, I am sure I don't want to know. Oh, it's always sad seeing someone's life reduced to the things they had with them when they died. It's just so clear they didn't know how short their time would be.

David Rossi: Odd.

Emily Prentiss: Odd?

David Rossi: His wife reported that he'd been down here almost a week on business, yet he never wore any of the suits he packed.

Emily Prentiss: Hmm, and there are appointments going back 6 months in his PDA, but nothing is listed for the week he was here.

David Rossi: Hayes was wearing running clothes when he was killed. Who takes off their wedding ring to jog?


William LaMontagne: Yeah. That's him. That's Charlie Luvet.

Medical Examiner: We had to I.D. more than the photo before we could ship him. You're not family, but I can cut through the red tape.

William LaMontagne: Thank you.

Jennifer Jareau: Do you need help making arrangements? Liaising with families is part of what I do.

William LaMontagne: I might just take you up on that. Excuse me. I'll be outside.


Tina Lopez: Paul Hayes was found in a dumpster over there.

Spencer Reid: Hey, I think these guys knew the unsub.

Derek Morgan: What makes you say that?

Spencer Reid: Where you're a fish out of water, you look to locals for where to eat, where to shop...

Derek Morgan: What path to run. Yeah.

Spencer Reid: Why would he kill them and then risk dragging their body across the beach?

Derek Morgan: He wouldn't.  They were already out here.


Jennifer Jareau: So they've already dusted for prints.

William LaMontagne: I sure would feel better if we found his gun and shield. I'm thinking if somebody tried to grab him up here, he might have left them behind, you know?

Aaron Hotchner: Charlie left the hotel voluntarily.

William LaMontagne: What makes you say that?

Aaron Hotchner: Because we'd know if the valet had his car downstairs. This is a receipt for a mercury sable he rented… You know, most rental cars have locators in them. I'll call Garcia, see if she can find out where it is right now.

Jennifer Jareau: Don't.

William LaMontagne: Standing in my dead partner's room, and you think I'm in the mood for grab-ass, huh?

Jennifer Jareau: What's that?

William LaMontagne: Plastic I.D. bracelet. 11257 on it. I'm guessing it's for the regatta.

Jennifer Jareau: Hey, I'm sorry.


Penelope Garcia: Mi puo indicare il fegato sulla cartina?

Kevin Lynch: You just asked me to show you where your liver is on a map.

Penelope Garcia: Did I?

Kevin Lynch: Pretty sure "il fegato" is liver. Oh, try this one. "Vorrei una camera con letto matrimoniale."

Penelope Garcia: Hmm, what does that mean?

Kevin Lynch: "I'd like to book a room with a double bed."

Penelope Garcia: Oh, Jinkies, even lechery sounds better in Italian… Buongiorno, signor Hotchner… You are correct. Most rentals do have a locator system in them… Got it. I'm sure I can have this car located in a jiff. Prego.


Officer: All clear, detective.

Tina Lopez: Thanks, guys. This Garcia girl of yours is good.

Spencer Reid: That's an understatement.

Tina Lopez: Hey, you can't go wrong with a latina at the controls.

Derek Morgan: Yeah. That's my girl, but she's not nearly as latino as her name sounds.


Tina Lopez: If I'm gonna kill someone, taking them out on a boat would give me the most privacy. Then there's harbour masters and videotapes, but that's-- I mean, that will take weeks to get back, and we don't have weeks, right?

Derek Morgan: No, we sure don't. You got the keys, don't you?

Tina Lopez: Oh, yeah.

Derek Morgan: Go ahead and start it up… Well, there is one good thing about these victims being on vacation… When you're alone in a strange place, you got a rent a car, what's the one thing that you need?

Tina Lopez: A GPS.

Derek Morgan: That's right. Normally, when you return these things, they wipe this stuff clean, so that right there has to be the last place Charlie needed to go.

Tina Lopez: Really?

Derek Morgan: What, you know it?


William LaMontagne: That's not possible. Come on.

Coordinator: I think I would know if there's a regatta happening this weekend at my own club. Our regatta is held in September.

William LaMontagne: But he said…

Coordinator: And I'm sorry, but we wouldn't use a plastic bracelet like this for participants. Our entry fee IS $10,000… Good luck.

Jennifer Jareau: You sure that's what he said?

William LaMontagne: Comes here every year for it. That's what he does on his annual furlough.


Aaron Hotchner: Morgan.

Derek Morgan: Yeah. I just got an address out of Charlie Luvet's rental. It's to a bar in south beach 11257 Palm Drive. It's a gay bar, Hotch. I don't think Charlie Luvet was ever out here to meet friends for a race.

Aaron Hotchner: We'll have to rethink our victimology.


Steven Fitzgerald: Better watch yourself in the sun. You know what they say-- all the exposure can kill you.

Deacon Rogers: Suntan to death. Well, I guess there's worse ways to die.

Steven Fitzgerald: As someone with firsthand experience, I can tell you that is true.

Deacon Rogers: Firsthand experience?

Steven Fitzgerald: Yeah. I'm a police officer in New Orleans.

Deacon Rogers: A cop. really? Well, that's impressive.

Steven Fitzgerald: Where are you from?

Deacon Rogers: Texas.

Steven Fitzgerald: Well, you know, they say things are bigger there.

Deacon Rogers: Oh. Well, I don't know anything about that, officer, but how about I buy you a drink and we can talk about it?

Steven Fitzgerald: You're not here with anyone?

Deacon Rogers: Nope. Came down to Miami all by my lonesome.

Steven Fitzgerald: Look at that. Me, too.

Deacon Rogers: I'm Deac.

Steven Fitzgerald: Charlie. The name is Charlie-- Charlie Luvet.


Jennifer Jareau: For you.

Emily Prentiss: Oh, thank you. You read my mind.

Jennifer Jareau: I don't understand how it can be this dry when it's this humid.

Emily Prentiss: Mmm. Sweat all your fluids out outside and then come into bone-dry air conditioning.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, then if I could just hook this up to an iv--

Emily Prentiss: At least we have something fun to look at, keep us on our toes.

Jennifer Jareau: What do you mean?

Emily Prentiss: LaMontagne.

Jennifer Jareau: You think so, huh?

Emily Prentiss: Don't you?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah. I guess he's-- He has a thing.

Emily Prentiss: Definitely a thing.


Aaron Hotchner: Detective, is that the case file?

William LaMontagne: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

William LaMontagne: How'd I not know Charlie was gay?

Aaron Hotchner: Because he didn't want you to know.

William LaMontagne: Flew hundreds of miles just to be someone else.

Aaron Hotchner: No. He flew hundreds of miles to be himself.

William LaMontagne: What do I tell his fiancee?

Aaron Hotchner: The truth.


Tina Lopez: All right, the FBI has a profile of our guy.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay. We want to stress, what we're about to present is just a preliminary profile. There may be a time restraint here, so we just wanted to give you what we have now. Our technical analyst, Penelope Garcia, will start off by talking about the 4 remaining victims still missing.

Penelope Garcia: Two of them disappeared on the same day a few months ago, and then the third and the fourth went missing within the last 4 weeks.

Jennifer Jareau: We think the unsub is targeting these guys on their travels.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, and then when the befriending happens, whoosh, they vanish. However it looks like there's a connection between our current victims and the men that are still missing. See, 2 of those 4 missing men were totally out, openly gay when they disappeared. I saw one of them on socialcrib.net. That's a social networking site they had a photo of his boyfriend.

Aaron Hotchner: Assuming the 4 missing men are meeting the same unsub, it means he's killing almost weekly, which also means he may have already chosen his next victim.

Emily Prentiss: What we need is more information on the movements of our victims before they met the unsub. We have 3 confirmed victims and 4 possibles. Some of our other colleagues are out in the community now trying to see if anyone remembers anything about these men. It's also not just the fact that our victims were traveling alone that left them vulnerable to the unsub. We believe they may have been looking specifically to meet other men.

Aaron Hotchner: Based on the ages of the victims, we're looking for an offender in his mid to late 20s. He's familiar with the area, and he may be offering assistance to those who are not.

Emily Prentiss: He studies his victims' habits. He learns how to gain their trust. This unsub is charming, charismatic, intelligent. We assume he frequents gay establishments, but he may also work at one.

Aaron Hotchner: And, given the technique with which he kills, he may have had prior defense tactic training, he's may be a member of the military or recently discharged.

Emily Prentiss: He steals their possessions, but he doesn't pawn a thing.

Aaron Hotchner: And the fact that he's targeting gay men may mean that this is a hate crime and/or the unsub may be struggling with his own sexuality.


Deacon Rogers: I don't care what they say, I'm gonna do it my way… Hey, loosen up, baby… Come on. you can have a little fun… Maybe you need another shot.

Steven Fitzgerald: I'll be right back.

Deacon Rogers: Whoa, whoa. Wait. What, was it something I said?

Steven Fitzgerald: No. no, Cher.

Deacon Rogers: Uh, what's wrong?

Steven Fitzgerald: Nothing. I just need to get some air.


William LaMontagne: Just a little time, and I'll have some answers for you. The best thing that you can know is that he loved you very much. All right… Good night.

Jennifer Jareau: Hey.

William LaMontagne: You know... Sure is warm in the bayou, but at least it cools down some at night… What, are you leaving?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah. I'm beat.

William LaMontagne: Without saying good-bye?

Jennifer Jareau: I didn't know where you were.

William LaMontagne: Did you look? Should I be worried? I mean, it doesn't take a profiler to see that you got one foot out the door in this relationship.

Jennifer Jareau: Can you just please keep your voice down?

William LaMontagne: I don't care if they hear us. Hey, yo, I'm crazy about her. You know, I don't have a problem with people knowing about it.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, I do.

William LaMontagne: Why?

Jennifer Jareau: Just because, all right? It's my business.

William LaMontagne: Are you ashamed of this?

Jennifer Jareau: No.

William LaMontagne: Did I offend you?

Jennifer Jareau: No.

William LaMontagne: I say something wrong?

Jennifer Jareau: No.

William LaMontagne: You seeing another guy?

Jennifer Jareau: No.

William LaMontagne: You want to see another guy?

Jennifer Jareau: No.

William LaMontagne: You want to break up?

Jennifer Jareau: Y--

William LaMontagne: Y-you do?

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah.

William LaMontagne: Okay.

Jennifer Jareau: You supposed to hop on a plane every weekend forever? And neither one of us is willing to relocate, so--

William LaMontagne: When did we have that discussion?

Jennifer Jareau: Well, do you?

William LaMontagne: Maybe.

Jennifer Jareau: You want to give up your career in New Orleans so you can live in Quantico, Virginia?

William LaMontagne: Well, I'd at least like to have that option… You know, look, JJ. All I'm looking for here is an acknowledgement to your friends that you care about me.

Jennifer Jareau: Why? Why is that so important to you?

William LaMontagne: Why? Have a good night, JJ.

Jennifer Jareau: Will...


Deacon Rogers: Look at me. I'm breaking the law with a cop.

Steven Fitzgerald: I wouldn't announce that.

Deacon Rogers: Mmm! I'm a bad, bad boy. I'm a badass. Hee hee hoo! Does that mean you're gonna have to handcuff me? 'Cause you can handcuff me, if you want.

Steven Fitzgerald: Shut up.

Deacon Rogers: Are you a dirty cop, huh? 'Cause I like dirty. Is that what you want? You like dirty...

Steven Fitzgerald: What are you doing?

Deacon Rogers: My cop from New Orleans? 'Cause I can do dirty. That what you want?

Steven Fitzgerald: Shut up and listen to yourself. You're disgusting. You're filthy.

Deacon Rogers: Jeez... Ohh...

Steven Fitzgerald: Sorry, Cher. I-- I didn't hurt you, did I, Cher? I'm sorry.


Aaron Hotchner: I thought you left.

Jennifer Jareau: You said in the profile that the unsub was targeting gay males, possibly due to his struggles with his own sexuality, right?

Aaron Hotchner: Right.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, what if the reason Luvet let his guard down was because he could finally be who he is-- No judgments, no fear… What if the unsub is seeing a freedom in his victims that he wishes he had himself?


Deacon Rogers: Oh, that really hurt.

Steven Fitzgerald: "That really hurt."

Deacon Rogers: That ain't funny.

Steven Fitzgerald: "That ain't funny."

Deacon Rogers: What are you doing? What, are you making fun of me now?

Steven Fitzgerald: No, no, Cher. I'm not making fun of you. Hey, hey, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry.

Deacon Rogers: For which thing?

Steven Fitzgerald: For this.

Deacon Rogers: Ugh!


Tina Lopez: You can take him away.

Aaron Hotchner: What have we got?

Tina Lopez: Male, the same age range, and we found Luvet's police badge about a half a block from here.

Derek Morgan: So, the unsub either ditched it or dropped it when he was getting away. Any sign of Luvet's gun?

Tina Lopez: No. He may be holding on to that.

Spencer Reid: Why would he kill out on the open like this?

Aaron Hotchner: He's losing control emotionally. He could be devolving.

Emily Prentiss: Leaving the body out in plain sight? It's off pattern.

Tina Lopez: He was interrupted.

David Rossi: Who interrupted him?

Tina Lopez: Bring him over. Bus boy. He's from the bar. Mi hijito, these are the FBI people that I told you about, so just tell them everything you saw.

Bus boy: All right. Well, I came out here on my break to have a smoke, and that guy was on the ground, and his friend said--

David Rossi: His friend?

Bus boy: Yeah. His friend said that they had just been mugged.

Emily Prentiss: You spoke to this guy?

Bus boy: No, ma'am. I tried. But he did say that he was a cop, so he took off, and he chased after those guys.

Derek Morgan: Could you give a description of this cop to a sketch artist?

Bus boy: No. I can't. I mean, he was a white guy, but it was pretty dark out here, and he basically kept running away from me the whole time.

Jennifer Jareau: I'm gonna have to get all your information.

Bus boy: Yeah, sure.

Tina Lopez: So, this guy is impersonating Luvet?

Derek Morgan: Could just be a ruse he used to get away.

Emily Prentiss: But if he is impersonating his victims, why?

Spencer Reid: Transference.

Aaron Hotchner: Whatever he sees in his victims, he wants for himself. He hates who he is. He's targeting tourists because he sees them as living a kind of lie, too.

Emily Prentiss: Could be suffering from cluster "B."

Tina Lopez: Cluster "B"?

Spencer Reid: A cluster of personality disorders. It's also called the erratic, dramatic emotional cluster, an enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior that differentiates itself markedly from the expectations of the individual's culture.

Derek Morgan: It manifests itself-- this guy's a sick dude.

Emily Prentiss: But something triggers his constant need to escape it could be drugs, sex, something that makes him feel vulnerable.

Aaron Hotchner: And he can't allow himself the vulnerability.

David Rossi: Escape into the fantasy protects him from ever having to look at himself.

Derek Morgan: You know, if the unsub lives in their skin, odds are, he's living in their hotel rooms.

Aaron Hotchner: Any I.D. on the body?

Medical Examiner: No wallet, nothing. It might have dropped.  They're searching now.

Aaron Hotchner: You're not gonna find anything. We need to roll the prints and run them. We need to figure out who he is and where he was staying.


Penelope Garcia: Prints belong to Deacon Rogers, Odessa, Texas. He's got a couple of minor arrests--One for marijuana possession, one for lewd behavior, which I'm guessing is code for gay in Texas. His credit card shows him staying at a south beach hotel.


Tina Lopez: It's open… Clear.

Emily Prentiss: Boy, he tore through this place in a hurry.

Spencer Reid: What was he looking for?

Emily Prentiss: Identity, anything to possess a new one.

Derek Morgan: He thinks there's a witness out there who can I.D. him. It's not about fulfilling his need anymore. It's about his own survival. How does he escape? I'm gonna find out if Deacon Rogers had a car here.


Michael Aldridge: I can pay you gas money.

Steven Fitzgerald: Aw, hell, who cares about that, boy? Just obliged to have someone along for the ride.

Michael Aldridge: The sun out here is really dangerous.

Steven Fitzgerald: Dangerous, huh? Where you from?

Michael Aldridge: Germany.

Steven Fitzgerald: Can you say that again-- "Dangerous"?

Michael Aldridge: Dangerous.

Steven Fitzgerald: "Dangerous." yeah. Dangerous.


Tina Lopez: Think we missed something?

Derek Morgan: I don't know.

Tina Lopez: Forensics pulled hair from the sink, but it'll be days before we get results.

Emily Prentiss: We don't have that kind of time.

Spencer Reid: The unsub can't follow his pattern. He thinks there might have been a witness, so he's gonna need to change identities sooner than usual.

Derek Morgan: What if he can't?

Tina Lopez: What do you mean?

Derek Morgan: We're predicting that the unsub may take another life in the next 24 hours because there was a witness who saw him. Remember what Garcia said, that specific paradigm-- 2 victims in one day? That occurred one other time. The first 2 men disappeared on the same day.

Emily Prentiss: Because somebody might have seen something that threatened the unsub with getting caught?

Derek Morgan: It's worth profiling.

Tina Lopez: Steven Fitzgerald first went missing 2 months ago, took a bus to Miami from Oakland Park, which is just up the highway, never seen again. Robert Feeney flew in for a wedding but never arrived at his hotel.

Derek Morgan: We need to get back in these files, question both families. Somewhere along the way, their paths may have crossed.


Aaron Hotchner: There's a case we're working on which may be connected to your son's disappearance.

David Fitzgerald: Is that right?

David Rossi: Unfortunately, it's a murder case, sir. Someone's attacking men who are traveling alone.

Aaron Hotchner: This man is attacking homosexuals. Can you confirm that your son Steven is gay?

David Fitzgerald: Why, I know he was confused about his sexual orientation.

Aaron Hotchner: How do you mean, confused?

David Fitzgerald: There were a number of issues he needed to sort out.

David Rossi: Was there a friend in Miami Steven was going to see?

David Fitzgerald: No. He didn't have many friends, pretty much kept to himself.

Aaron Hotchner: So, once he got on the bus, you never heard from him.

David Fitzgerald: No.

David Rossi: You seem resigned to this fact.

David Fitzgerald: Wherever Steven is, i trust it's a better place for him.

David Rossi: Well, that's a remarkable kind of strength.

David Fitzgerald: That's because of my personal relationship with the Lord. He gives me my strength and my guidance.

Aaron Hotchner: And you apply that philosophy to your job, as well?

David Fitzgerald: Well, a prison guard depends on his instincts, his skills, and his strength. Otherwise, we'd get ourselves killed. My faith is my personal code.

David Rossi: Defense tactics classes are required for all employees that the prison, right?


Sarah Fitzgerald: Once he got to the motel, he was supposed to call.

Emily Prentiss: But he never did.

Sarah Fitzgerald: Every time that phone rings… I know in my heart that Steven was happy that day. I swear, it was the first time I'd seen him smile in years. He'd been talking about taking that trip for weeks.

Derek Morgan: Sarah, you don't have to justify your brother getting on that bus.

Sarah Fitzgerald: Yes... I do, 'cause... It was my fault.


Aaron Hotchner: Did Steven follow in your footsteps? Did he look to god for strength and guidance?

David Fitzgerald: My troubles with Steven, they have nothing to do with my faith. We belong to a very tolerant church, sometimes too tolerant, and they teach that god loves everyone, despite their failings.

Aaron Hotchner: And you saw Steven's homosexuality as a failing.

David Fitzgerald: I'm a prison guard, and you know how many times I've walked in on men together? I had to physically pull them apart. It was filthy… Oh, it's filthy. I think he just wanted to do it to piss me off.

David Rossi: You think your son's sexuality was a way to anger you?

David Fitzgerald: I was trying to save him.

Aaron Hotchner: From what?

David Fitzgerald: From himself.


Emily Prentiss: Why would you say that?

Sarah Fitzgerald: Because I gave Steven the money to go to Miami.

Emily Prentiss: Why?

Sarah Fitzgerald: I was trying to help him to go somewhere else, somewhere he could feel safe.

Emily Prentiss: Safe from what?

Derek Morgan: What are you looking for, Sarah? You afraid somebody is gonna hear you? Who were you protecting your brother from, your father?

Emily Prentiss: Was your father hurting Steven?

Sarah Fitzgerald: He really believes he was doing what's right.

Derek Morgan: So, he did throw him around a little bit.

Sarah Fitzgerald: They just-- they didn't see eye to eye… Steven couldn't stay here anymore, and I had to help him get out.

Emily Prentiss: Is your father hurting you, too?

Sarah Fitzgerald: Never.

Emily Prentiss: How come?

Derek Morgan: Because she's not the one who's gay.


Aaron Hotchner: And how were you trying to help him?

David Fitzgerald: I've been a guard for 20 years I know a little something about disciplining somebody.

David Rossi: So, what, you thought you could beat homosexuality out of him.

David Fitzgerald: I don't like your tone.

David Rossi: Threatening this boy with tactics you use on hardened criminals, threatening him with his own life?

David Fitzgerald: I was teaching him how to be a man.

Aaron Hotchner: No. You were teaching him how to kill one.

David Rossi: You convinced him he was worthless, contemptible for being who he was, and he believed you, so he found a way to become someone else, anyone else.

Aaron Hotchner: Steven isn't missing, sir.  He's the offender we're looking for.


Tina Lopez: 10-4. send that information to my office.

David Rossi: Texas plates.

Tina Lopez: Deacon Rogers never rented a car. He drove here from Texas in this. Put it out as a bolo.

Spencer Reid: Agent Hotchner is taking statements from the family of Steven Fitzgerald. He might be our unsub.

Tina Lopez: Seriously?

Emily Prentiss: It's an unusual household.

Tina Lopez: We've had his picture this whole time?

Spencer Reid: Apparently.

David Rossi: Didn't know soon enough to prevent this. One set of tire tracks in, nothing out.

Tina Lopez: Yeah, I noticed. County spotted the vehicle 20 minutes ago just as-is.

Emily Prentiss: Asphyxiated?

Tina Lopez: Heh. Why mess with a good thing? It's clearly working for him.

Emily Prentiss: This stretch of road takes you out of the city. If we lose Steven now, it could take us months to catch up with him again.

Derek Morgan: May I?

Tina Lopez: Knock yourself out.

David Rossi: What is it?

Derek Morgan: Some kind of scraps of paper. Looks like a fast-food wrapper. It's a receipt for a youth hostel. It's dated last night. The name on it is Michael Aldridge.

David Rossi: From the looks of his sunburn, it's a good guess this young man was hitchhiking.

Spencer Reid: Assuming Steven has taken over Michael's identity.

David Rossi: He didn't drive?

Spencer Reid: Not if Michael didn't. He's not becoming his victims by choice. It's his illness. He'd have to travel the exact same way.

David Rossi: Hostels.

Tina Lopez: There's a few hostels in north Miami beach, 4 miles that way, and in Seneca, 5 miles west.

David Rossi: Okay. We'll have to split up. We'll take Seneca. You take North Miami Beach.


Layla: Michael Aldridge checked in an hour ago.

Derek Morgan: What room did you put him in?

Layla: It's like a day room kind of thing, like a dormitory.

Tina Lopez: A dormitory full of kids?

Layla: It's pretty full.

Derek Morgan: Lopez, slow down. The rest of my team is on their way. We should wait.

Tina Lopez: Look. I got a nut with a gun in a hostel full of kids. If you want to wait, wait.

Derek Morgan: Let's go.


Derek Morgan: Get them out of here. FBI. Nobody move. Nobody panic.

Tina Lopez: Looking for Steven Fitzgerald.

Derek Morgan: You two, go. Get out of here. Go. Looking for Steven, Steven Fitzgerald.

Tina Lopez: Steven?

Derek Morgan: All of you, get out of here. Go. Now. Move. Let's go. Now. Let's go.

Tina Lopez: Steven? You, out… Steven!

Derek Morgan: Michael? Michael Aldridge? Michael.

Steven Fitzgerald: Yes? What-- what is this? What do you want?

Derek Morgan: I want you to put that bag down. I just want to talk to you.

Steven Fitzgerald: But I have done nothing. I didn't do anything.

Derek Morgan: I know. I know. There's nothing in that bag you need, Michael. I just want some information. I need to find Steven.

Steven Fitzgerald: My name is Michael. I do not know Steven.

Derek Morgan: Yes, you do. Yes, you do.

Steven Fitzgerald: No. I don't know Steven.

Derek Morgan: Yes, you do. Yes, you do. You know where he is.

Steven Fitzgerald: No. I don't know Steven! I don't know Steven! Why do you want Steven? Steven is stupid. He's-- he's disgusting! He's filthy!

Derek Morgan: Steven, listen to me. Nothing is wrong with you. Nothing, man… Look. I'm gonna show you. Stay with me, okay? I'm gonna put this away.

Tina Lopez: Derek... Derek...

Derek Morgan: Steven, look at me. Look right at me. Steven, do you remember who Sarah is? Hmm? Sarah is your sister. Sarah is worried about you, man.

Steven Fitzgerald: My sister?

Derek Morgan: Yeah. Your sister Sarah. Steven, she loves you. She wants you to stop running.

Steven Fitzgerald: Sarah.

Derek Morgan: Yeah. Steven, it's okay. Put that bag down.

Steven Fitzgerald: I didn't do anything wrong.

Derek Morgan: I believe you. Did nothing wrong.

Steven Fitzgerald: I didn't do anything wrong. I didn't do anything wrong.

Derek Morgan: It's okay. It's okay.

Steven Fitzgerald: I didn't do anything wrong.

Derek Morgan: It's okay. I got to do this.

Steven Fitzgerald: You have to tell him that I didn't do anything with those other guys. I never did. I never did.

Derek Morgan: I will.

Steven Fitzgerald: I never did.

Derek Morgan: Steven, I promise you, I will tell him.

Steven Fitzgerald: I didn't do anything.

Derek Morgan: Let's go. Let's go.


Tina Lopez: Scary.

Derek Morgan: Yeah. I was pretty sure he wasn't gonna try anything.

Tina Lopez: Pretty sure, huh?

Derek Morgan: Well, let's call it an educated guess.

Tina Lopez: Hey, Zig, bag this for evidence… You like it here, huh?

Derek Morgan: South Beach? Come on. What's not to like? I mean, if I'm not on duty, of course.

Tina Lopez: Anytime you're free, I can introduce you to the real South Beach, stuff we locals like to keep to ourselves.

Derek Morgan: You think you can show me a good time, huh?

Tina Lopez: You look like mojitos, Cuban food, Brazilian jazz.

Derek Morgan: That's not bad.

Tina Lopez: Call it an educated guess. Come on down, Papi. I'll take good care of you.

Derek Morgan: I'll hold you to that.

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan, you couldn't wait?

Derek Morgan: This one's on me, Hotch. I didn't think we had enough time.


Jennifer Jareau: Detective Lopez signed this into your custody.

William LaMontagne: Oh, thank you… I still can't believe it.

Jennifer Jareau: That Charlie was gay?

William LaMontagne: No. That he thought he couldn't tell me that he thought he had to hide it… I mean, I can't think of anything I'd have cared less about than him being gay, you know, well, he was my friend, and I loved him, and all I ever would've wanted was for him to be happy, you know? Take care of yourself, JJ.

Emily Prentiss: You should go for him.

Jennifer Jareau: What?

Emily Prentiss: You'd make a cute couple.

Jennifer Jareau: You know what?


Jennifer Jareau: Hey, Will... It's not that I didn't want them to know. I don't care about that. It's not about the relocating. It's not about traveling on the weekends or some guy… I didn't want to tell anyone it becomes real, and when it becomes real, people get hurt, and I've always run from getting hurt, always, and-- I don't want to run anymore, not from you, and--

William LaMontagne: Just shut up.


Derek Morgan: Well, finally.

Emily Prentiss: Mm. I thought she was never gonna admit it.

Spencer Reid: Yeah. What's it been, like, a year?

Derek Morgan: Yeah, something like that.


Jennifer Jareau: "If we knew each other's secrets, what comforts we should find." John Churton Collins.

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schumi  (01.10.2018 à 11:02)

Super épisode! JJ laisse enfin éclater la vérité aux yeux de ses collègues... qui la connaissaient déjà lol! Mais j'ai bien cru qu'elle allait perdre Will à force de vouloir cacher sa liaison.

Le coupable me fait presque de la peine et son père est vraiment horrible. Les blessures du passé sont terribles mais ça a couté la vie à pas mal de monde...


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