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Aaron 'Hotch' Hotchner (Character)
from "Criminal Minds" (2005)

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Biography:
FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit Supervisory Special Agent/Unit... See more »
Alternate Names:
Aaron Hotchner

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  1. "Criminal Minds"
        - Anonymous (2015) TV episode, Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
        - Episode #10.11 (2015) TV episode, Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
        - Episode #10.10 (2014) TV episode, Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
        - Fate (2014) TV episode, Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
        - The Boys of Sudworth Place (2014) TV episode, Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
          (216 more)
  2. "Mad"
        - X-Games: First Class/Criminal Minecraft (2011) TV episode, Played by Jim Meskimen

  3. Working the Scene: A Look Behind the Scenes of 'Criminal Minds Season 4' (2009) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
  4. The Criminal Element: The Making of 'Criminal Minds, Season 3' (2008) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
  5. Shemar Moore: Criminal Minds' Wild Ride (2008) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
  6. Profile: Rossi/Mantegna (2008) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
  7. From Script to Screen: True Night (2008) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
  8. Criminal Minds Season 3: Killer Roles (2008) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)
  9. Profilers, Profiled (2007) (V) Played by Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner)

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Quotes:
From "Criminal Minds: The Popular Kids (#1.10)" (2005)
Aaron Hotchner: Contrary to popular belief, there has never been a proven case of satanic ritual killing. Never a verified human sacrifice. Having said that, there have been isolated cases of animal sacrifice... and many, many cases of vandalism in the name of Satan.
Derek Morgan: Now, that doesn't mean that ritual satanism is impossible. And more importantly, for our purposes, there have been cults that killed, just not in ritual fashion.
Dr. Spencer Reid: The reverend Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple... his followers killed a U.S. Congressman and three people before committing mass suicide, leaving over nine hundred people dead. And, perhaps, the most widely-known of the killer cults: the Manson Family, under the direction of Charles Manson, killed nine people in a four day period in an attempt to initiate a race war.
Elle Greenaway: Killer cults do exist, and they all have one thing in common: invariably, they're headed by charismatic megalomaniacs.
Dr. Spencer Reid: You're looking for that leader. He's who will stand out. He'll be memorable to somebody; people who aren't in his group will see him as strange, weird, scary.
Aaron Hotchner: Since we're dealing with professed satanists, which is often practiced by younger males, we may be looking for teenagers. Heavy metal music is often associated with satanism, and these kids and their leader may reflect that in their look.
Derek Morgan: Most likely, there'll be sex, drugs, and alcohol. Now, the leader, he'll be older. It's part of his charm.
Aaron Hotchner: And he is from this area. He's definitely local.
Elle Greenaway: These woods are too thick and confusing for a visitor to get around in.
Sheriff Bridges: You think one of our own people is doing this?
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