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Jason Gideon (Character)
from "Criminal Minds" (2005)

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Young Jason Gideon


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  1. "Criminal Minds"
        - Nelson's Sparrow (2015) TV episode, Played by Ben Savage (as Young Jason Gideon)
        - In Name and Blood (2007) TV episode, Played by Mandy Patinkin
        - Doubt (2007) TV episode, Played by Mandy Patinkin
        - No Way Out, Part II: The Evilution of Frank (2007) TV episode, Played by Mandy Patinkin
        - Legacy (2007) TV episode, Played by Mandy Patinkin
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  2. Profilers, Profiled (2007) (V) Played by Mandy Patinkin

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From "Criminal Minds: A Real Rain (#1.17)" (2006)
Dr. Spencer Reid: [after overhearing a conversation between Gideon and Hotch] What happened in Iowa?
Jason Gideon: It was one of the first cases Hotch and I worked together. Small town, two boys had been murdered, same signature. The profile led us to the, uh, local 4-H leader. We went to interview him. The guy, he was suicidal, he had a shotgun, our guns were drawn. And at some point, he turns the shotgun on Hotch. Instead of firing, Hotch talks him down. The guy surrenders.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sounds like pretty good work.
Jason Gideon: At trial, the guy's wife gave him an alibi for both murders. Small town, they all knew each other. Jurors believed her. Eventually they got him when he killed another boy.
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