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A.J. Cook is simply brilliant as Jj on Criminal Minds. That's what you should take away from this week's episode, "The Forever People," which sees the Bau investigate frozen bodies found in Nevada while Jj is forced to deal with her Ptsd as the one year anniversary of her abduction and torture approaches.
When I spoke to Cook about this episode, she called the scene with Tivon Askari "one of the most intense scenes" she had ever shot and said that this episode would not have worked if Faran Tahir hadn't returned. Oh, she's right. There's someone going around freezing people, and it's after a scene featuring those two sitting across from one another at a desk that I realize I've been holding my breath. That says something, about A.J. Cook, about Faran Tahir, about the writer of the episode (Breen Frazier) and about the show itself. Jj has come »
It's been one year since Jj was abducted and tortured (in the show's 200th episode), and this week, Criminal Minds is going to be showing her confronting old demons and dealing with her Ptsd, something that she hasn't done up until now, as Aj Cook told BuddyTV.
Which team member is she going to talk to about what she's feeling? How is Faran Tahir returning as Tivon Askari? Read on for part 1 of this exclusive interview with Cook. »
2 items from 2015
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