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David Rossi (Character)
from "Criminal Minds" (2005)
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- "Criminal Minds"
- Anonymous (2015) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
- Episode #10.11 (2015) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
- Episode #10.10 (2014) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
- Fate (2014) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
- The Boys of Sudworth Place (2014) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
- X-Games: First Class/Criminal Minecraft (2011) TV episode, Played by Stephen Stanton
- Working the Scene: A Look Behind the Scenes of 'Criminal Minds Season 4' (2009) (V) Played by Joe Mantegna
- The Criminal Element: The Making of 'Criminal Minds, Season 3' (2008) (V) Played by Joe Mantegna
- Shemar Moore: Criminal Minds' Wild Ride (2008) (V) Played by Joe Mantegna
- Profile: Rossi/Mantegna (2008) (V) Played by Joe Mantegna
- From Script to Screen: True Night (2008) (V) Played by Joe Mantegna
- Criminal Minds Season 3: Killer Roles (2008) (V) Played by Joe Mantegna
Aaron Hotchner: The unsub we're looking for is a woman. She's a collector. It's a psychopathology similar to hoarding.
David Rossi: So when we say "collector", we're not talking about stamps or baseball cards. It's not what your kids, or even you, might pursue as a normal hobby.
Aaron Hotchner: This is an attachment to objects that's become obsessive, by someone who is antisocial and extremely introverted.
Emily Prentiss: These people attach a part of themselves to their collection. If you try to separate them from it or take it away from them, they will react violently, even psychotically.
Dr. Spencer Reid: They've suffered damage to their prefrontal cortex. That's the part of the brain that regulates basic Freudian fantasy/reality. They can still function, like drive a car or go to work, even do their taxes.
Derek Morgan: In fact, she excels at goal-oriented jobs, like the precision of sewing, or the details of abduction.
Dr. Spencer Reid: But they've lost their ability to categorize the difference between living and dead, uh, belonging and loss. That has been irreparably destroyed.
Detective Marty Cotrone: So what's she collecting, women?
David Rossi: Actually, we think she's collecting dolls.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Technically, replacing them. Uh, we believe that she lost the originals sometime within the last three months, and this is what served as her stressor.
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