But the ghost of Spencer Reid hung over Criminal Minds Season 12 Episode 16.
The case of the week was yet another misogynistic sadist taking out his issues on the women he abducted.
Yeah, I know. Women are more than half the population, but they end up being 90% of the victims on Criminal Minds, especially when torture is involved. It's getting more than a little old.
And torture was definitely involved in this episode, as the unsub nicknamed the Bone Crusher kept breaking as many bones as he could while keeping his victim alive.
In a nice change of pace, the Bau got the unsub, Danny White, handed to them before the first commercial break. They just had to believe.
I figure that wall of broken-bone artwork in the unsub's apartment was enough to make believers of anyone.
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When Stacy's mom dies, Stacey puts her life and career on hold and returns to her childhood home to take care of her Ocd, agoraphobic, brother Ben who hasn't been out of the house for 23 years only to find out the house they grew up in harbors a disturbing secret.
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We've already given you our Oscar predictions, and now we're bringing you some of the best (and, um, craziest) facts about Hollywood's biggest awards show. From the first Best Actor winner, to the "one dollar" Oscar rule, here are 25 things you (probably) don't know about the Oscars.
1. The youngest Oscar winner was Tatum O'Neal (above), who won Best Supporting Actress for "Paper Moon" (1973) when she was only 10 years old. Shirley Temple won the short-lived Juvenile Award at 6 years old.
2. After winning Best Actress for "Cabaret" (1972), Liza Minnelli became (and still is) the only Oscar winner whose parents both earned Oscars. Her mother, Judy Garland, received an honorary award in 1939 and her father, Vincente Minnelli, won Best Director for "Gigi" (1958).
3. Nameplates for all potential winners are prepared ahead of time; in 2014, the Academy made 215 of them!
From Shirley Temple, the youngest Oscar honoree ever at six years old, to 10-year-old winner Tatum O'Neal, the youngest winner ever, sometimes Hollywood's next generation of stars do get recognized for their early achievements.
In honor of this year's Oscars, let's take a look back at some of the youngest Oscar winners and nominees in Academy Awards history.
Blair's Best Supporting Actress nomination remains one of our youngest nominees (though she was defeated by the even younger Tatum O'Neal) and one of the few honored performances in a horror film. Her Oscar chances were sidelined due to perceptions of Mercedes McCambridge's vocal contributions to the possessed Regan, but put the film on mute and Blair still stuns. The performance is as terrifying as it ever was - primal, physical, and unflinching. (If you missed last year's Smackdown which really dived into her work, check out the Smackdown and its companion podcast.
Tatum O'Neal turned 52 on Thursday and marked the occasion by gushing about her close friendship with Rosie O'Donnell
"Birthday Proud to have such generous human being in my corner," O'Neal wrote on Instagram next to a black and white photo of herself smiling broadly with O'Donnell.
#repost Birthday Proud to have such generous human being in my corner-
A photo posted by Tatum O'neal (@tatum__oneal) on Nov 5, 2015 at 12:43pm Pst
The social media shout-out comes just days after O'Neal and O'Donnell, 53, strolled the red carpet together at Monday night's Rosie's Theater Kids Gala,
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