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I was like, "No! She could say she is, but she can't be! You can argue that this whole experience changed Reid a while ago.
The one way he could one-up Shaw Harold Perrineau last week was to think like him and injure himself. Does he think what Cat says about him might be true — not that he enjoyed hurting those inmates but he'll never be the same again even though he says he can "go back"? Yeah, and he says, "watch me. It's exactly what that character would taunt him with: You crossed a line and can never go back. But even JJ said to Reid, "I would do that. If that was my life on the line and I had to survive, I would do anything it takes.
I don't know what the equivalent would be in real life, other than the basic thing of "people surprise themselves" a few times in their lives. Usually it's along the line of good things, but I do think there was an element of self-survival that he had to embrace, and that meant there were no lines anymore.
He's gotten aggressive, not in a physically imposing way. Yeah, but aggressive because we've never really seen him threatened. So you're seeing him stand up for himself. You're not seeing this kid who has tales of being bullied at 12 years old.
He has learned from all of that and it's like, "Not today.
I'm done with that. I'm in a place I shouldn't be, but I'm not going to let you win. I loved that beat. I was like, "We gotta play that.
He's spent all this time locked up and he's not used to the freedom of opening a door. It's just a tiny little moment, but I felt like now was the time to play that, fresh out of jail.
Maybe we'll have versions of that next season, but it felt most impactful right after he was released. How is Reid going to balance taking care of his mom and work now? That will depend on the availability of Jane once again. I would love to see her again like we saw her this year.
I think that would be great, so we can see how she's doing and how he's juggling it all. We'll sort of lean into what a lot of people are doing now, where you hit that age in life where you have to be the parent for your parent, especially for anyone suffering a degenerative disease like that. I have some friends who are in that boat and it's a really sad journey because it's not like all of the sudden you have Alzheimer's and you're done. There are really good days within that and really bad days within that.
We've been able to see that with his mom this season. I think we'll find a way to find a balance there and I hope Jane is available so we can have that relationship play out onscreen.
Is he going to be fully reinstated in the BAU? He still went to Mexico without telling anyone. We have ideas for what the first episode would be. That question will be answered then. I don't want to say anymore in case that's not what we go with, but we're going to play that. There's a little bit of "you shouldn't have done that," but we want him back on the team. We'd like to get him back on cases as quickly as we can. Morgan saying he was going to bring them breakfast was such a tease.
We didn't shoot it. Shemar guest-starring was not our initial plan, but because he was cast in the pilot for S. We wanted him to be upset that he never knew Reid was locked away because Reid didn't want him to know.
Otherwise it would've been like, "Wait, Morgan's here. Why didn't we ever see him in the jail scenes? I talked to Matthew and Shemar about it: Should we do a scene with those two? And the thought was their last scene together was so good last season, and even the no-words-needed nod between them before Morgan walked to the elevator was more powerful than anything we could've done with him bringing him breakfast.
It didn't feel like it was worthy. And at that point, the real takeaway for us was Morgan and Garcia because she's had a rough year and almost quit. She said if Reid died she was quitting. She was so honest in her explanation of that.
When we write that for Garcia, it's how we all feel and hopefully how some of the audience feels as well: It's been one helluva year and I don't know if I can do this anymore. It's acknowledging how we all feel and how the fans are feeling. Is Garcia going to be rejuvenated now? Well, most of her team is in danger, but Morgan gave her a pep talk and Reid is OK. I would love to see that reinvigorate her.
She's playing a very different relationship with Alvez than we've seen her have with anyone. We'll want to sort of explore that and see if there are opportunities for softness between them. I feel like he's really spent the whole year trying to earn her love and respect and we'll want to push it a little further versus repeating the beats of this year. Morgan told her to go easier on him so she has to listen to her Chocolate Thunder. That was by design! If Morgan says it, she's gotta give it her all.
That was sort of the thought process behind it. Why didn't Garcia hand in her resignation letter on pink stationery? She gave Hotch Thomas Gibson her resume on pink stationery. Well, it was in an envelope, so we couldn't see. We did not see, but we like to think she did the same thing.
I love that you remember these things! But we knew that Prentiss would never look at it. Prentiss wouldn't even consider it, but our thought is that it's on pink stationery. Prentiss has done some questionable things this season to help Reid. To Garcia Excuse me, Gomez. Forgive me, I just didn't know the real- Garcia: I've been called worse.
Smiles What can I do for you? In "About Face", the team passing out candy to the kids at the end of the episode. Garcia figuring out something was wrong with Rossi in "Damaged", and Morgan, Prentiss, and JJ going to Chicago to track him down and help solve the Galen case.
They do so despite his fairly jerkass-y behavior overall towards the team so far since, at this point, he's still a Jerk with a Heart of Gold who's not used to the newer teamwork structure of the BAU, and hasn't really warmed up to the team yet.
When they first join up with Rossi, he tries to push them away and tells them to go home, but they insist on staying to help him.
What makes him finally accept their help? Morgan, Prentiss, and JJ exchange glances Prentiss: The team finding the missing girl in "Seven Seconds" The look on her parents' faces just says it all. Season Four The end scene on the plane in "Minimal Loss", when Prentiss reassures Reid that the beating she took from the cult-leader UnSub was not his fault. Also from "Minimum Loss". The entire episode, the team is clearly worried about Prentiss and Reid being held hostage and broke protocols to ensure both of them got out.
When the episode ends, we get a shot of Hotch looking at Reid and Prentiss before saying "We got the kids out okay. JJ asking Reid to be Henry's godfather at the end of "Memoriam. Also, Rossi and Morgan stepping up when it becomes clear that Reid is having too much trouble getting the words out to ask for his father.
That whole scene, really — both of them setting aside their doubts and playing big, bad, scary FBI enforcers so that Reid can have his moment of Calling the Old Man Out on his own terms. That scene would have played out so differently if Reid hadn't had people on his side.
In the same episode, Rossi sitting in with Reid during the hypnosis to make sure everything went okay. When Reid starts panicking, Rossi starts off angrily demanding the hypnotist to wake him up and once Reid does wake up, Rossi immediately starts calming him down and reassuring him that he's okay.
Also from that episode, a slightly odd retroactive example: Reid mentions that he remembers his father's favorite writer is Isaac Asimov. In the previous season, he got excited about having the Foundation Trilogy on tape. It's almost sweet that Reid has something in common with his father, without even realizing it. The end of the case in "Normal" is a Downer Endingthough the actual episode ending is a Heartwarming Momentwith JJ showing off her new son.
Hotch sitting with the prostitute UnSub from "Pleasure is My Business" after she's overdosed, and holding her hand as she dies painfully, simply because she asked him to. Their whole relationship, really, especially when we figure out that her interest in him isn't romantic. Yes, she's a killer, but it's also clear that she desperately wants a father figure in her life — and who better to do it than the resident Team Dad, who she identifies as "the only man I ever met who didn't let me down.
Hotch, too, when he and Rossi agree to piss off the Italian consulate on Prentiss's say-so. In the beginning of the episode, Hotch's concern for an in-shock Emily is very sweet. At first, he offers her time off to grieve, and then when she asks for leeway to investigate the killing, he doesn't even hesitate to offer his and the team's help.
This exchange from "52 Pickup" Garcia: Sir, does this guy stuff actually work on real, breathing girls? I abhor the whole chicks-dig-jerks thing. Well, fortunately, Garcia, you are one of the exceptions. Be still my bespectacled heart. So are you, sir. At the end of "House on Fire" Garcia is depressed from having to dig into the personal lives of people in the town the team is in. Afterward, she confronts Hotch on it: You guys choose this; turning people over like rocks, and looking at all their creepy-crawly things underneath.
And I get it, I do. It's the only way to catch them, but I want to see the good in people. I choose to see the good in people, and getting into someone's mind and trying to find the god-awful thing that happened to them that made them do the god-awful thing to somebody else has seriously impaired my ability to giggle, and it makes my brain all wonky and I don't like it. I just wanted to thank you for your excellent work on this case. And I understand that what you did was, for you, very difficult, but your contributions are essential to the success of this team.
I know you see the good in people, Penelope, always.
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And I would never want you to change that. Vincent takes Stanley to the fair to celebrate the boy's birthday. He even takes him on the Ferris Wheel and makes the operator stop when they get to the top. Before he dies, he tells Stanley that he should never wish to be dead because he's a special boy. In his own strange way, he saw Stanley like a son and he wanted to make amends to the boy whose mother he killed.
Season Five "The Eyes Have It", when Morgan is made their temporary unit chief and it turns out that Garcia has put together a new office for him, complete with a "secret fun zone" in a drawer with brightly colored, light up stuff, a robot dog, fuzzy pens, and a picture of her.
In "", Hotch finding Jack safe inside the box he told him to hide in, using their code of "working the case". When Hotch opens the lid, Jack says "I worked the case for you, Daddy". Every single member of the team going to bat for Hotch in the ensuing investigation, each in their own way.
Even Erin Straussthe one heading the investigation, sympathizes with Hotchbeing in tears after his testimony, and refusing to pursue the matter any further. Reid giving the UnSub's dolls back in "The Uncanny Valley" — all she really wanted was the dolls her abusive father took away from her. Plus the part where the diabetic victim's husband shows up at her side as the paramedics prepare to load her up. You can tell she's trying very, very hard to smile as the drugs wear off.
Also, the end shows the community returning to the various location where the UnSub killed and resuming activities there attending church, the laundromat is open. The UnSub tried to destroy important parts of the community, and the community healed. Just a teeny tiny thing, but in "A Thousand Words", after Garcia says that she wishes that the case could be over, Rossi responds with, 'We've got a long way to go, kitten.
Garcia bonding with Christopher in "Risky Business". She opens up a little about her past and talks a little about their taste in Gothic fashion.
It also doubles as a Tear-Jerker considering that Chris is tortured by his father and his mother died when he was young. His interaction with Garcia was probably the one moment that brightened his dark life. Morgan reassuring Garcia she isn't getting jaded at the end of "Exit Wounds". The Foyet scenes are mostly pure creepy, and Hotch says very little. But the one thing that he does say? Charlie being reunited with his parents after several years. At the end of "Haunted", the UnSub, the son of a serial killer who suffered a psychotic break after he began remembering his traumatic past, seems to have regained at least some of his sanity after killing his father.
The final scene is him comforting the man who he had saved from being a victim of his father 30 years ago, telling him that it was because of him he gained the strength to no longer fear and eventually confront his father.
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During the episode, the UnSub had been reacting violently to anyone who touched him. At the end, the man who he had saved touched his shoulder and his face and the UnSub just relaxed. First the woman who had just given birth gets her baby back. Back at headquarters JJ has been trying to see if she can get an older couple the parents of one of the UnSub's victims custody of the their granddaughter. The adoptive parents refuse but say they would like for the grandparents to be in the girl's life.
They agree to this and then find out that their daughter had given birth once before while in captivity,to a little boy and since they are his next of kin they get custody of him. There's also the fact that the most recent abducted woman who helped deliver the baby was desperate to get out when the FBI shows up, but she's also hesitant to leave the woman who gave birth. The end of "Compromising Positions" between Hotch and Garcia.criminal minds season 13 bloopers
He tells her that she did a good job of doing both her's and JJ's job, but to stick to her job.