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1. Game of Thrones (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Garden of Bones (2012)
Robb attacks a Lannister encampment and afterward meets Lady Talisa Maegyr who treats the wounded in the battlefield. Tyrion puts a stop to King Joffre's mistreatment of Sansa and also blackmails his cousin Lancel, Cersei's lover, into being his spy. Petyr Baelish visits King Renly but Catelyn is not pleased with his presence. He offers to help protect her daughters but a trade for Jaime is the only solution. Catelyn however tries to get Stannis and Renly to bury the hatchet and unite their forces. Davos Seaworth delivers Stannis' witch, Melisandre, to a remote cave where she gives birth. In the desert, one of Daenarys' riders returns with news that the elders of Qarth will receive them. Arya arrives at Harrenhal where one person is killed every day. Lord Tywin arrives unexpectedly and she is soon his cup bearer.
Joffrey punishes Sansa for Robb's victories, while Tyrion and Bronn scramble to temper the king's cruelty. Catelyn entreats Stannis and Renly to forego their ambitions and unite against the Lannisters. Dany and her exhausted khalasar arrive at the gates of Qarth, a prosperous city with strong walls and rulers who greet her outside them. Tyrion coerces a queen's man into being his eyes and ears. Arya and Gendry are taken to Harrenhal, where their lives rest in the hands of "The Mountain," Gregor Clegane. Davos must revert to his old ways and smuggle Melisandre into a secret cove.
2. Game of Thrones (2011 TV Series)
Episode: The Kingsroad (2011)
Although his son Bran is lying in bed unconscious from his fall, Ned Stark must return with King Robert to King's Landing. His wife Catelyn stays behind in Winterfell, though there appears to be little hope of Bran's recovery. The King has agreed that his son Joffrey and Ned's daughter Sansa should marry, uniting their families forever. Problems arise when Joffrey challenges the butcher's boy who is out playing with Sansa's younger sister Arya. Joffrey is injured when Arya's pet wolf attacks him. The King's justice is swift but fair even if his wife Cersei doesn't agree. Meanwhile, Ned illegitimate son heads north to join the Night Watch. Across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys is having some difficulty accommodating herself to married life. She turns to one of her servants, a slave whose job it once was to pleasure men, to learn how she could make her husband happy.
3. Shameless (2011 TV Series)
Episode: The Helpful Gallaghers (2013)
Carl says his goodbyes as he heads off to cancer camp, but he isn't pleased with the camp's activities. With Frank on babysitting duty, Sheila wants to introduce Jody to "toy time" and Frank agrees to be Jody's sex coach. Fiona attempts to unite her coworkers against their boss. Lip and Mandy rescue Mandy's half sister, Molly, from foster care. Jimmy learns his parents are getting divorced and that his dad is gay.
4. It (2017)
In the Town of Derry, the local kids are disappearing one by one, leaving behind torn body parts/remains. In a place known as 'The Barrens', a group of seven kids are united by their horrifying and strange encounters with a clown called Pennywise. Bill Denborough has a personal vendetta with the clown. 27 years after their last encounter with Pennywise, the 'Losers Club' has regrouped from their successful lives and businesses because IT has returned and kids are disappearing again. The only problem is that they have all forgotten what occurred that summer. It's up to The Losers Club to regain their memories, to think of the key to killing Pennywise, and to stay alive long enough to end his tyranny but to also realise what brought them together in the first place.
5. Supernatural (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Bad Day at Black Rock (2007)
The Winchesters are called regarding a robbery of their father's storage unit, and track down the robbers to find the item stolen is a cursed rabbit's foot, which provides great luck until lost, and once lost the previous owner dies within a week. Sam picks up the foot and has great fortune, until it is pickpocketted away by the mercenary Bela. Dean must then get it back before Sam's bad luck gets him killed. To complicate the whole situation, Gordon, from his prison home, has convinced two other hunters that Sam is pure evil and must be killed.
6. Supernatural (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Mentalists (2011)
Dean steals a car and listens to in the radio the mysterious murders of two mediums in Lily Dale, New York, considered the most psychic town in the United States. He poses of FBI agent and soon he meets Sam doing the same. They team-up again and they discover that the angry ghost of a psychic is responsible for the deaths. They burn the bones of the woman, but they find that the real ghost that is full of rage is her sister. Further, there is a medium controlling the ghost
7. Supernatural (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Phantom Traveler (2005)
After a plane crash with only seven survivors, including the pilot and a stewardess, Dean and Sam are called by the friend of their father Jerry Panowski, who also works in United Britannia Company and shows the last message from the cabin scrambled with an eerie voice saying "No survivors". Dean and Sam interviews a survivor in a psychiatric hospital, who believes that had seen a passenger opening the emergency exit of the plane, which would be impossible for a human being. They investigate the wrecked plane and find sulfur on the lever of the emergency exit and conclude that a fiend had possessed a passenger and caused the crash. When the surviving pilot dies in another plane crash, they track another survivor, the stewardess Amanda Walker, and convince her help them to exorcise the demon from the co-pilot of the flight.
8. Supernatural (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Slash Fiction (2011)
In Montana, Bobby is interrogating the leviathan Chet and trying to find a means to destroy him. Chet suggests Bobby, Dean and Sam to watch the news on the television and they discover that two leviathans have cloned the Winchester brothers and are going on a crime spree in the same sequence of the cases that the brothers worked. Further they are the second most wanted in the United States and there is a manhunt of the FBI due to the murders of their doppelgangers. Dean and Sam head to Ankeny, Iowa, and when they see the doppelgangers, Sheriff Osborne and his men arrest the Winchester brothers. Dean asks the sheriff to use his right of a phone call. Meanwhile, Sheriff Jody Mills visits Bobby that is still trying to destroy Chet. Out of the blue, a liquid drops on Chet arm and melts his flesh. Bobby finds Jody cleaning the floor with a sodium borate based detergent and he learns that decapitation associated to sodium borate can destroy the evil leviathans.
9. Vikings (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Burial of the Dead (2013)
Barely recovering, still in pain just when making love, Ragnar dares earl Haraldson to a duel to the death. Although not obliged to fight a banished 'criminal', the old tyrant accepts, is beaten and refuses his wife bandaging his fatal wrist wound, desiring to be united with his late sons. His daughter kills her imposed old husband, Rollo promises the desperate widow another bright future with him. To Athelstan's disgusted astonishment, the Viing funeral on a burning ship includes a slave girl who chose to be slaughtered for the occasion. After accepting all warriors' homage, Ragnar sets out on his first plunder voyage for his own account. Again it's to Northumbria, where king Wigea cruelly executes by novel snake pit the captain whose troops failed to fight off the previous Norse raid.
10. The Big Bang Theory (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Pirate Solution (2009)
It's Columbus Day and Thanksgiving is approaching, but Raj in particular is not in a thankful mood. His research stalled six months ago with no hope of success. With no job, his visa to stay in the United States becomes invalid which means that he will be deported back to India. Although Penny comes up with the obvious solution of Raj getting another job, jobs for astrophysicists are few and far between, with no guarantee of Raj even getting the job if there was one. With extra moneys just received from the university for his own research, Sheldon kind of offers Raj a job, but the nature of the offer is somewhat unclear, as would be Sheldon and Raj's working relationship. But a byproduct of Raj and Sheldon spending more time together is that Howard no longer has his best friend with who to hang out. So Howard decides to hang out with Leonard and Penny instead, who lose their much wanted alone time.
11. The Flash (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Tricksters (2015)
A copy-cat-killer who goes by the name The Trickster starts setting off bombs in Central City. In order to stop the villain, Barry and Joe meet with the original Trickster, a criminal mastermind named James Jesse, who has been imprisoned for 20 years. Things quickly go from bad to worse when the Tricksters unite and take Henry prisoner. Meanwhile, Iris asks Eddie for help with a case, and flashbacks show how Harrison Wells came up with the idea for the particle accelerator.
12. Arrow (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Suicidal Tendencies (2015)
It's celebration time as Diggle and Lyla get married. However, Deadshot interrupts their honeymoon and tells them the Suicide Squad has been given a new mission - rescue United States Senator Joseph Cray from a hostage situation in the Republic of Kasnia. Amanda Waller breaks down the mission and introduced them to the newest member of the Suicide Squad, Cupid. Meanwhile, Oliver learns about Ray's new Atom costume and the two have a heated stand-off. Felicity and Ray hit a rough patch.
13. Orange Is the New Black (2013 TV Series)
Episode: The Animals (2016)
After the lockdown everyone is all over the place. Caputo finds out what happened during the night and isn't too pleased. Burset is back from solitary and Mendoza helps her acclimate. Healy is losing it and Red tells him like it is. The inmates plan to come together as a united front, but the question is will it hold up? Alex and Piper are closer than ever, while Doggett and Big Boo put aside differences. Caputo meets up with an old friend and finds out the truth about the construction at the prison. When all differences are set aside and the inmates stand together, things change... But not exactly as planned.
14. Star Trek (1966 TV Series)
The adventures of the USS Enterprise, representing the United Federation of Planets on a five-year mission in outer space to explore new worlds, seek new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where no man has gone before. The Enterprise is commanded by handsome and brash Captain James T. Kirk. His First Officer and best friend is Mr. Spock from the planet Vulcan, and Kirk's Medical Officer is Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy. With its crew of approximately 430, the Enterprise battles aliens, megalomanical computers, time paradoxes, psychotic murderers, and even Khan!
15. Star Trek (1966 TV Series)
Episode: The Ultimate Computer (1968)
Captain Kirk replies to an urgent (yet brief) message from Commodore Enright, which only tells him to report to the nearest space station. Once there, most of the crew is removed - held in a security area, leaving only a minimal skeleton crew on-board. Commodore Bob Wesley arrives, and informs the captain he's the unwitting 'fox in the hunt;' of simulated war games to be played. The purpose? To put the so far only-rumoured-to-exist M-5 Multitronic unit - through its paces. The M-5 computer is the latest invention of the brilliant Dr. Richard Daystrom, creator of the Duotronic computer systems, which power Enterprise, and many other high-end systems. Daystrom is confidant his unit can not only take control of the starship, but do a better job than humans can. At first, the Enterprise under M-5's control easily defeats two other starships, but, quickly begins to act independently of its human masters, Daystrom has little interest in disconnecting the M-5 and treats it more like an errant child than a machine. For Kirk and the few crew members still aboard, it becomes a matter of life and death when Starfleet Command orders the Enterprise destroyed.
16. Star Trek (1966 TV Series)
Episode: The Way to Eden (1969)
The Enterprise intercepts a stolen spacecraft heading directly for Romulan space. Its occupants are six space-age hippies who refuse to accept authority and are unconventional in their thinking. Led by the renowned Dr. Sevrin, they are in search of paradise - the mythical planet Eden. Kirk cannot relate but Spock does and agrees to help locate the planet. Spock also concludes that Sevrin is insane. For Chekov, it's a chance to re-unite with Irina, with whom he was in love while they were students at the Academy. When the travelers manage to take control of the Enterprise, they realize their dream and arrive on Eden, which has surprises of its own.
17. Star Trek (1966 TV Series)
Episode: The City on the Edge of Forever (1967)
When an accident causes Dr. McCoy to go temporarily insane, he escapes to a strange planet. There, the search party discovers a device left by a superior, vanished civilization, a time portal that plays the history of Earth for them - but then Bones jumps through it into the past, causing a change in history important enough to make the Enterprise vanish. Kirk and Spock, who fortunately made a tricorder recording, must attempt to go through to just before McCoy's arrival and stop him from changing history in the United States during the Great Depression, where they have no advanced technology available.
18. Star Trek (1966 TV Series)
Episode: A Piece of the Action (1968)
The Enterprise investigates a planet visited 100 years ago by the U.S.S. Horizon. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down and find themselves in a culture similar to Earth gangs of 1920 Chicago. They are quickly taken prisoner by men in the employ of a mob boss named Bela Oxmyx, who wishes them to give him phasers in exchange for "a piece of the action." When they refuse, Oxmyx puts them under guard. Kirk creates a diversion with a card game called "fizzbin," but without their equipment, the trio must find a way to unite the planet and escape to the Enterprise alive.
19. Ray Donovan (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Ding (2015)
Episode "Ding" Ray is called to defend a quarterback from an angry United States Navy SEAL; Lena contemplates quitting; an imprisoned Terry joins a group of weak inmates; Mickey carries out a plan to take over Gary's business; Bridget talks with Ray.
20. Sherlock (2010 TV Series)
Episode: The Empty Hearse (2014)
Two years have passed since Sherlock faked his death and left the public eye. Rescued by Mycroft during undercover work in Serbia, he is told a terrorist cell is about to launch an attack on London. Sherlock returns to the capital and, disguised as a waiter, surprises Watson just as he's about to propose to his new-found sweet-heart, Mary. The shallowness of Sherlock's re-introduction does not go down well with John, replacing his profound sense of loss with rage. As the media revels in Sherlock's return, Howard Silcott of the rapid transit system presents him a CCTV video of a man entering a tube train and seemingly never coming out again. Following a bonfire where a kidnapped Watson finds himself nearly burned but rescued by Sherlock and Mary, the two colleagues once again unite. Together they deduce that the terrorists intend to place a subway train in a disused station below parliament and blow it up.
21. Power (2014 TV Series)
Episode: The Right Decision (2016)
Ghost and Tommy are back together united through the goal of killing Lobos. The duo enlists their third musketeer, Tasha, to help keep the authorities at bay. Ghost messes up, as usual, and Angela holds her stance in not being with "Ghost".
22. Homeland (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Semper I (2011)
Brody has become a national hero and darling of the speaker/talk show circuit since his exclusive interviews with qv##nm0640713##. That public image hides problems at home, which includes Jessica believing that he knows about her former relationship with Mike. An incident at a party threatens both his family life and public image. Prior to that incident, Vice-Presidential advisor Elizabeth Gaines also expresses to Estes her concern over Brody's emotional state while wanting to take advantage of that public image. Meanwhile, the strongest lead that Carrie has of a terrorist attack is Lynne Reed's murder and the theft of the expensive necklace she was wearing, that necklace which Carrie believes is being used as the method of payment to the terrorist organization. Based on surveillance of the prince's aide, Carrie believes the recipient of that necklace payoff is one of fifty-one people who entered a laundromat since the aide's sighting there. With no evidence against Brody beyond she seeing the dichotomy between his home life and public façade, Carrie is forced to dismantle her surveillance unit on him against her wishes. She decides to use a more direct approach in monitoring Brody. And Estes assigns a new partner to Carrie, an eager agent named Danny Galvez, just promoted from research analyst. In reality, Danny's task, which he is uncomfortable doing, is to find out if Carrie is doing anything outside of her official duties on this case, while Estes, on the surface, tries to mend relations with Carrie, their friction which was the result of both professional and personal issues.
23. Homeland (2011 TV Series)
Episode: 13 Hours in Islamabad (2014)
Carrie and Saul are among the two that survive the initial attack on their convoy, with almost the entire marine unit based at the US Embassy deployed to deal with the attack as the convoy is still under siege by long range snipers. Carrie and Saul are unaware of what is happening at the embassy. Dennis tells Martha just before it happens that Haqqani is aware of the secret tunnel underneath the embassy as a way in and out, he orchestrating the attack on the convoy as a diversion to empty the embassy of all marines before he and his men storm the compound via the tunnel. With the staff at the embassy directed quickly to "pack up" and destroy all sensitive materials, Lockhart is made aware of and is given possession of the only copy of their Pakistani asset list, which he is to secure in the vault. As Haqqani and his men storm the embassy, Quinn and a marine private, one of the two marines still left in the compound, are able to hide from them, with Quinn and the private knowing that their first priority is to ensure that that asset list does not get into Haqqani's hands. During the siege, Tasneem and General Khan come clear to each other about their own priorities, and while they may outwardly have the same goal of Pakistani national security, they have different views on how best to achieve that. As the dust settles on what happens at the embassy and at the on-road attack site, some in the US contingent take unilateral, unsanctioned and/or unofficial action on how best to protect the American presence in the region.
24. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs is the leader of a team of special agents belonging to the NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) Major Case Response Team. Gibbs, a former Marine, is a tough investigator and a highly skilled interrogator who relies on his gut instinct as much as evidence. Gibbs' second in command is Senior Field Agent Tony DiNozzo, a womanizing, movie-quoting former Baltimore Homicide Detective, who despite being the class clown always gets the job done. The team also consists of probationary field agent Eleanor Bisbop, a former NSA agent, as well as Junior Field Agent Timothy McGee, a computer-savvy agent often mocked by DiNozzo. Assisting them are Abby Sciuto, the energetic-but-Goth lab tech who is like a daughter to Gibbs, and Dr. Donald Mallard, nicknamed Ducky, the eccentric medical examiner full of unusual stories. This team of elite agents, based in Washington, D.C., solve criminal cases involving Marine and Navy personnel and their families, sometimes traveling the United States - or the world - to do it.
25. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Housekeeping (2012)
Two boys, playing in their quiet suburban neighborhood, respond to the sound of a nearby crash of a pickup truck, and they find the body of the dead driver with a gunshot wound; the victim is a Navy commander, so Gibbs and company investigate. A neighbor tells about a woman and an SUV, and the widow tells about an old friend of the vic from a previous duty station; Abby says that the killer is a careful professional. The gang pursue and find a suspect. EJ Barrett reappears from her hiatus after the resolution of the P2P killer; Tony and EJ bicker with each other. Abby provides a lead to the shooter, so Gibbs, McGee, and Ziva pursue it, and they find him. Gibbs speaks with the SecNav about the Phantom unit and the Watcher fleet, and Tony takes EJ to a safe house, then another man dies. Fireworks break out in a woods, then Gibbs, McGee, and Ziva find and catch the loose cannon. EJ goes to an even safer place, and Ziva receives a phone call.
26. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: The Searchers (2014)
Retired Marine Master Sergeant George Hawkins was murdered at home, grasping the dog tag of fellow Vietnam vet Kent, his unit commander, still 'missing in action'. The team finds he was being scammed by travel agent Todd Price and his fired employee Henry Caldwell, who faked dog tags to sell missing vet research services. Lonely Tony is meanwhile excited about a wandered-in stray cat, which alas chooses freedom again. Furthermore, a Vietnamese orphan plays a surprisingly crucial part in missing Kent's final chapter.
27. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Engaged (Part I) (2011)
A Marine Corps C-130 Hercules aircraft crashes while en route to Dover AFB, Delaware, while returning the remains of six Marines to the USA from Afghanistan; four more die; only one person, a crewmember, survives; Gibbs and company investigate the possibility of criminal activity. One father expresses much concern; Abby confirms the DNA of five of the KIAs, but she does not find the DNA of 1Lt. Gabriela Flores, who is said to be one of the six aboard the aircraft. A Navy woman chaplain, LCdr. Melinda Burke, enters and helps; the team learn about a civilian boyfriend from the USA in Afghanistan; the Marine unit unsuccessfully continue to search for Flores or her body. Ziva interprets a conversation in Pashto; Gibbs sees and pursues a small detail, and McGee reexamines satellite footage; the team see a trail, possibly that of Flores. The Commandant of the Marine Corps, a four-star general, gives Gibbs a direct order. [To be continued.]
28. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Red Cell (2005)
During hell week at the fictional Waverly University, a pledge of a fraternity, who is also a midshipman in the Naval ROTC Unit, at 02:00 on a Sunday morning in a remote area of the campus, stumbles over the body of a fellow student, a former sergeant in the Marine Corps, who also had become a midshipman (and a Marine-option member) in the NROTC Unit at Waverly. Ducky says that he was tortured and murdered, and Abby finds a death threat. Another midshipman, a former petty officer, has disappeared; Abby finds a death threat for him too; McGee finds his body. Tony uses an unusual interrogation technique, Gibbs meets with the killer, and Kate and Tony take him into custody.
29. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Missing (2004)
A Marine gunnery sergeant, Atlas, has failed to report for duty after a weekend; he's a technician in explosive-ordnance disposal (EOD), one of a handful of people with a critical qualification, so his unauthorized absence (UA) brings in the NCIS. Gibbs and company track him, and they find a newspaper reporter with some helpful information; meanwhile Atlas is shackled to a wall inside a small concrete-block room with a decomposing human body. Abby learns that three other Marines also have disappeared from EOD units in the past eight years, and she finds a pattern; Tony encounters Atlas. Abby, Gibbs, and Kate connect the dots, then Gibbs and Kate find Tony and Atlas.
30. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Dead and Unburied (2006)
A real-estate agent, while showing a recently renovated house, discovers the decomposing body of a Marine in a recliner chair in the living room; Gibbs and company investigate. The body is that of a lance corporal stationed at Quantico; he disappeared six months before, when his unit went to Iraq. The team believe that the body had been buried (directly into the ground) and exhumed; McGee finds the place. Gibbs loses something, and the team find two fiancées; the two meet, and they vigorously exchange views. Abby suggests that they need to find a third woman, so they do; McGee introduces a fourth woman, who is the third fiancée. Teamwork produces the necessary answers.
31. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Based in Quantico, Virginia, the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is a subsection of the FBI. Called in by local police departments to assist in solving crimes of a serial and/or extremely violent nature where the perpetrator is unknown (referred to by the Unit as the unknown subject or unsub for short), the BAU uses the controversial scientific art of profiling to track and apprehend the unsub. Profiling entails coming up with basic characteristics of the unsub and the victims (referred to as the victimology), using evidence from the case and matching that information to historic precedents and psychological analyses as a means to solve the case. Because of the nature of the work conducted by the BAU - the work being time consuming and psychologically demanding - its members are fiercely loyal to the Unit and to its other members. Also because of the work's overall demanding nature, not many members of the BAU have been able to maintain a happy or stable family life.
32. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Extreme Aggressor (2005)
Supervisory Special Agent Jason Gideon returns to the Behavioral Analysis Unit after an extended medical leave, and BAU team leader Aaron Hotchner must secretly evaluate Gideon's performance. Gideon's first case upon his return involves tracking down an unsub (unknown subject) in Seattle before he kills his latest kidnap victim.
Supervisory Special Agent Jason Gideon, who has been on a six-month medical leave from his job as lead profiler of the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) of the FBI, is called back to work. Gideon was on leave due to stress related to the case in Boston of bomber Adrian Bale, the case where Gideon's decision left six agents dead. Unknown to Gideon, who is the best profiler on the team, Unit head Aaron Hotchner is asked to assess Gideon's mental fitness as they work through the first case to see whether Gideon is really ready to return to work full-time. Gideon's first case is that of the Seattle Strangler, who has been kidnapping women and holding them prisoner for no longer than a week before strangling them to death. This case brings Hotch to his old stomping grounds. Also working on the case is Seattle based agent Elle Greenaway, who aspires to join the BAU. The Seattle Strangler's latest kidnap victim is Heather Woodland, in whose email Inbox the Seattle Strangler left an email virus. After Gideon puts together a profile, they believe the unsub is Richard Slessman, a convicted serial rapist. When they pick up Slessman, the pieces do not all fit together, but they do believe Slessman at least knows what is going on. They have to work fast to get the information from Slessman.
33. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Honor Among Thieves (2007)
The BAU work on a case on the urging of Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss, Emily's mother. The Chernuses - husband and wife, and their adult daughter Natalya - are a working class Russian family that knew of the Ambassador when she was posted in the Ukraine. The family now lives in Baltimore, Maryland having been smuggled out of the Eastern Bloc in 1988. Mr. Chernus has just been kidnapped. The family received a ransom note which includes Chernus' ring finger. Among other things, the note states that another body part will be cut off every six hours until the ransom is paid. In speaking to Josh Cramer from the FBI's Organized Crime Unit, the BAU learn that this case is typical of the Russian mob. Their victims are hesitant to speak to the authorities in general because of mistrust of the Russian authorities. In addition, the victims, generally with much money, are usually criminals themselves. Mr. Chernus does not seem to fit the typical victimology, the family having no money and he not being a criminal. Ambassador Prentiss hopes her old connections in Russia can assist in breaking this case. A local Russian mobster named Lysowsky seems to know what's going on and taunts Natalya for going to the FBI for help instead of going to him. But Natalya also seems to know more than she is letting on.
34. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: X (2014)
The team investigates a serial murder case in Bakersfield, California in which the unsub makes it impossible for the victims to be identified. Meanwhile, the BAU welcomes a new member, Kate Callahan, who brings some unique FBI experience to the unit.
35. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: No Way Out, Part II: The Evilution of Frank (2007)
The last the BAU saw of serial killer Frank, he vowed never to kill anyone again if he only had Jane in his life. Because he was holding children hostage, the BAU allowed Frank to take Jane and escape incarceration in exchange for releasing the children. Frank has reentered Gideon's personal life. Apparently, Jane has come to Washington D.C. to look for Gideon. Frank in turn is holding a friend of Gideon's named Sarah until Jane is returned. Later, Gideon goes missing. The BAU have no idea what has happened to him. All they know is that Sarah is found dead in his apartment which is covered with blood spatters, and that he was seen leaving his apartment also covered in blood and brandishing a gun. However because Sarah was eviscerated of a right rib bone which was found in her hand, the BAU know that Frank is back. Since Gideon is still a suspect in the murder, they know they will not be asked to join the investigation. Gideon manages to telephone Hotch to let him know what he knows. As such, the team work clandestinely in finding Frank and Jane. While he's in hiding, Gideon's role is to figure out why Frank has a predisposition to cold-blooded murder. Frank's current motivation is a personal one against Gideon until Jane is returned to him. This is not a good time for the BAU as Hotch's boss, Erin Strauss, is conducting an early review of the unit, which has had some recent bad issues. He knows that he in particular in under intense scrutiny as unit head.
36. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Proof (2011)
The team travels to Durant, Oklahoma, where two females - both low risk in their late teens, long blond hair and blue eyes - were found sexually assaulted then murdered within a three day span. Other similarities between the two murders are that the body dump sites are public, the victims were not wearing their own clothes but rather 1980's vintage clothing, and that the killer used sulfuric acid to blind the victims. From this evidence, the team believes the unsub is homeless, and is using the acid as a measure of power. They also know that the victims are surrogates for who the unsub will actually target, she probably someone he knew from the 1980's. When another young woman named Tammy Bradstone goes missing, she who fits the profile, Morgan and Prentiss, in interviewing Tammy's parents, believe they have uncovered the unsub's identity and who his real target is. They just have to use that information to find a hopefully still alive Tammy. Meanwhile, Reid is angry at those who knew about Prentiss' fake death, but especially JJ as she was the one to who he went to release his emotions about her death, and yet JJ said nothing. Hotch knows that he needs to bring the team back together as a cohesive unit, with a focus on dealing with Reid's issue.
37. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Doubt (2007)
Following the case and ultimate suicide of Frank and Jane, individuals within the BAU are in an uncomfortable position. As Frank's mission was a personal one against him in many respects, Gideon feels guilty for the death of his friend Sarah and others at the hand of Frank. The unit is under review by Hotch's boss Erin Strauss, who has told Hotch in no uncertain terms that she feels the unit's recklessness and disarray is his fault and that his days in the unit are numbered. And without anyone else's knowledge, Strauss has asked Prentiss, whose transfer into the BAU was arranged by her, to assist her not only in getting Hotch removed from his position but also to have him fired from the FBI altogether. In the meantime, work for the BAU continues. Their next case takes them to Flagstaff, Arizona where female brunette students at a liberal arts college are being murdered. Because the victims have had no defensive wounds, the BAU surmise that the unsub is someone who blends into life at the college. They initially believe this case is open and shut when they identify someone who fits the profile. But working through this case, individuals within the BAU begin arguing amongst themselves and begin doubting their own abilities in profiling. The outcome of this case, in addition to the case with Frank, makes Gideon ponder his future.
38. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Remembrance of Things Past (2010)
The team is still adjusting to the loss of JJ from the unit, she who was transferred to the Department of Defense against her own wishes. The BAU's next case takes them to Bristol, Virginia, where young blond women are abducted from highly public locations. They are tortured and sodomized before being murdered by electrocution, their bodies dumped in a common location. They were forced to telephone a loved one to tell them of their impending death. This case is reminiscent of a sixteen year old cold case that Rossi worked on, the unsub of the cold case nicknamed the Butcher, who killed over a ten year period in the Bristol area. The primary difference between this new case and that of the Butcher is that the Butcher's victims were forced to say in their telephone calls that they enjoyed it. The BAU believe these new killings are the work of copycats, as they know there are two unsubs. Two of the major reasons they believe so is that the Butcher's profile had him as a narcissist who would not work with another, and had him as a then middle aged man who could now not physically abduct the young women due to his advanced age. But Rossi's gut feeling tells him that the Butcher is involved in these new killings. Rossi has to figure out how to reconcile the two sets of profiles.
39. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Beyond Borders (2015)
When an innocent family of four is abducted while vacationing in Barbados, Hotch and Cruz enlist the assistance of the FBI's most elite team in handling international cases. They realize that this situation closely resembles a case that the BAU once handled in Florida. Upon this discovery, the BAU contacts Jack Garrett, (Gary Sinise) the unit chief of the team with whom they will be working. The BAU will need to pool together their skills with Garrett's elite team in hopes to save this family. This will serve as the backdoor-pilot episode for the new spin-off, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
The BAU assists its international counterpart within the Bureau - the unit which is comprised of head Jack Garrett, Agent Lily Lambert, Agent Matthew Simmons, and analyst Russ Montgomery - on its next case. It takes most of the team to Barbados, where the Washington DC residing Sullivan family - parents Gary and Colleen Sullivan and their two children, Alison and Nick Sullivan - are abducted while they are on vacation there. The reason the BAU is brought in is because the case looks to be the work of a serial unsub as similarly comprised American families have been abducted and ultimately murdered while on vacation, the first known in Aruba, and the second in Florida. In all three instances, the incidents took place in April. In general, the BAU handles the behavioral analysis of the case, while the international unit looks at the situation based on their knowledge of the countries in which they are dealing and of international law. Rossi, Hotch, Morgan, JJ, Garrett, Lambert and Simmons are in Barbados to deal with the local authorities and work on the ground. Reid and Callahan remain in DC to look into leads found at the Sullivan home, and review the case in relation to what happened in Aruba and Florida. And Garcia and Monty continue their analysis work at the office, Garcia who finds one fundamental difference between her job and Monty's. They all know they have to work fast before the Sullivans are found murdered like the families before them.
40. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Nelson's Sparrow (2015)
The BAU team members convene at Gideon's isolated cabin where his murdered dead body was found, he killed by multiple gunshots. Each team member, especially those that knew him personally, grieves in his or her own way while they all investigate his murder. While Garcia tracks his last driving trip which included an extended stop in Roanoke, one hour away from his cabin, Hotch speaks to Gideon's now grown son, Stephen Gideon, and Rossi and Morgan examine the crime scene, most specifically trying to sequence the series of gunshots which led to Gideon's death. In piecing together all the information, Rossi believes Gideon was trying to send a message to them before being fatally shot, Rossi who travels back in time to a case the two worked on in 1978 when the BAU was then known as the Behavioral Science Unit. The unsub in that case, he who was never caught, was obsessed with birds, and strangled twenty-something Plain Jane, insecure, brunette women. The recent death of a woman leads the team, and probably Gideon before them, to believe she had been held captive by the unsub all these years, and that he may now be looking for a replacement. They have to continue to think like Gideon to find the unsub and who they believe is the woman he recently kidnapped as the replacement.
41. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Retaliation (2009)
Hotch is back at the helm of the BAU after turning down Strauss' offer of a full retirement package. He and Morgan have a heart to heart about Morgan's tenure as head of the unit. Meanwhile, while transporting a fugitive into custody in Lockport New York with a local police officer named Bunting, Prentiss is injured when the fugitive is assisted in a getaway by an unknown partner. That fugitive is Dale Shrader, who had just been paroled from prison, where he was serving time for a series of bank robberies in which the moneys stolen were never recovered. Since his release two days earlier, Shrader killed a junkie named Stacy Ryan who was the sister of someone Shrader served time with five years prior, and kidnapped his daughter Jenny as an act of revenge toward his ex-wife Connie. These two acts are seemingly a dichotomy in personality. During the getaway, Shrader killed Bunting. Prentiss did see the partner, but the BAU do not know who that partner is. They have to delve into Shrader's life as a bank robber and his eleven years in prison to uncover the meaning of Ryan's murder and of Jenny's kidnapping, and hopefully the identity of the partner and the two fugitives' whereabouts.
42. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Internal Affairs (2015)
Hotch is asked as a favor by Tony Axelrod of the NSA to work on a case of three missing DEA agents in El Paso, Texas who were working on a joint NSA/DEA case to dismantle a Mexican drug cartel called Libertad with both in the field and online components. One of those three agents has since been found murdered, the face of his dead body covered by another dead man's face, that second victim not yet identified. The specific reason Axelrod has asked for this favor is that he believes the agents were given up by a mole, the specific person he suspects being Assistant DEA Director Bernard Graff. Axelrod wants to go this route as he does not want to tip off Graff that he is being investigated (which would be the case if Internal Affairs was conducting the investigation). The BAU would have an outward motive to work on this case as it would be connected to Giuseppe Montolo and the Dirty Dozen case. The only other team member who Hotch is able to confide in as to the rationale for working on this case is Rossi, and as such Garcia in particular optimistically but falsely sees the light at the end of the tunnel for her confinement at BAU HQ as the target of the Dirty Dozen. Hotch is to stay in the DC area to liaise with the cyber unit of the DEA, most specifically Graff and his second in charge in the cyber section of the Libertad case, Agent Adrienne Mitchell, while the rest of the team heads to El Paso to deal with what happened to the missing agents, the murderer unsub who they believe is using the drug violence in the El Paso border area as a cover for his/her own reasons for killing. Hotch may have the more difficult task in that he has to keep suspicions by Graff and Mitchell away from his real mission to discover if Graff is the mole, and if he is not, who is.
43. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Profiling 101 (2012)
As a favor owed, Rossi presents a lecture to a university undergraduate class, the lecture at which the entire team participates to support their respected colleague. Their presentation, which provides the basics of profiling, uses one of their cases as its centerpiece. The case, which so far spans twenty years since 1992, is of perhaps the most prolific serial killer they have ever tracked, he who killed up and down the west coast of the United States. The presentation makes the team not only reminisce about the case itself, but how the current team members first met each other and worked on this case. Through the process of preparing for, delivering and following-up on the lecture, Rossi is a little preoccupied on this specific day - his birthday - for the annual ritual he needs to attend to in relation to the case itself.
44. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: About Face (2007)
Although he's been retired for ten years from the BAU, David Rossi offers his services back to the unit in Gideon's vacant position. Strauss is suspicious of both Rossi and his motive. Meanwhile, Michelle Colucci of Carrollton, Texas finds a missing persons poster of herself pinned on her front door. The police initially treat this poster as a Halloween prank. However, upon further investigation by the police, Michelle goes missing. The inside of her house is plastered with these posters with a false face mask with the word "ONE" scrawled on it. Three days later, Michelle is found dead in a creek. When the BAU arrive on the scene, a second possible victim is identified in nearby Dallas. Enid White is missing with similar missing persons posters plastered outside in the neighborhood around her apartment. The BAU have to work quickly to develop a theory and profile of the unsub, and to find any connection between Michelle and Enid. In working through this case, Rossi takes matters into his own hands against the wishes of Hotch, the boss. Rossi also clandestinely looks through an old case file.
45. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Dorado Falls (2011)
The BAU investigate a mass murder at Synalock, an Internet security company located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Five people were shot, while three others were stabbed. By the severity of the killings, the company's CEO, Adam Werner, was the supposed intended target. They also surmise that despite the different styles of killings, there is only one unsub. When Mark and Mary Dolan are later that day found shot to death in their home, the BAU tie the two sets of murders together, the connection being the Dolan's son, Luke Dolan, who the BAU are certain is the unsub. Luke Dolan and Adam Werner were not navy communications men as their official records state, but rather Navy SEALs in the same unit, where Werner was the leader and Dolan the second in command. Dolan seems to be on a mission of some sort and seems to be facing some delusional break from reality. They have to figure out what caused the initial break from reality and what his current mission is. As Dolan had a loving relationship with his parents, the BAU think that Dolan's estranged wife Jenna and their daughter Ally may be his next targets. They also come to learn that Dorado Falls, a secret mission carried out by Dolan and Werner's unit, is playing a part in Dolan's current mission. Trying to find out about Dorado Falls is not as easy as they would like solely because of its classified nature. Meanwhile, Prentiss learns from Morgan that she has to go through recertification training and that he will be her trainer. She later learns from Hotch that what Morgan told her is not totally accurate.
46. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Tribute (2016)
The BAU team members are still feeling the loss of Morgan, who has quit the unit for a more stable life with his wife and son. But with one down, there is the temporary return of another in the form of Interpol agent Emily Prentiss, who is certain that a Son of Sam copycat killer in New York City is the same person she has been following through Europe doing copycat killings of famous serial killers. Prentiss had almost captured the unsub in London, that operation which claimed the life of a Scotland Yard operative named Louise Hulland. The team is able to get a description of the unsub from a survivor of the New York killings and produce an artist's rendering for distribution, a visual which Prentiss had not got previously. The team has to figure out what the unsub's next move will be following his Son of Sam spree and where that will take him. Through it all, Prentiss admits that she has had a recurring nightmare pertaining to the case. What she does not divulge however is why this case is so personal to her now.
47. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: In Name and Blood (2007)
Aaron Hotchner is contemplating a transfer to another unit, and Emily Prentiss is quitting the FBI, and Jason Gideon is missing. The team, led shakily by Director Erin Strauss, is called to Milwaukee to investigate a serial killer who has had 5 female victims. Horribly, it seems that the killer is using his young son to lure in the victims. As Aaron rejoins the team, along with Emily, this puts his marriage on shaky ground. We learn the fate of Jason Gideon, as this was the final episode starring Mandy Patinkin, who has left the show.
Following the case at the Flagstaff, Arizona college and the case with Frank the serial killer, Gideon, questioning both his ability and commitment, decides to take a break from work in the BAU, but has not told anyone verbally and as such has basically deserted his job. But he knows that a specific colleague will be tasked with looking for him, that person who will find the note Gideon has written explaining as much as he can in his mindset. Already on shaky ground with Strauss, Hotch is suspended for two weeks because of what happened in Flagstaff. This time allows him, in consultation with Haley, to decide that he will request a transfer to a "9 to 5" job. And Prentiss is also absent, she, who could not take the directive from Strauss to spy on Hotch, is resigning from the FBI to pursue a foreign service job. Specifically with Hotch not leading the team, Strauss temporarily fills in as unit head to accompany J.J., Morgan and Reid to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where young mothers have been abducted and murdered, their heart ripped out of their body. Looking at the timing of the abductions and the body dumpings, the BAU know that the scheduling coincides with school times and thus suspect the unsub may work in the school system. Their suspicions are redirected when they see on a surveillance system that one of the victims was lured away by who looked to be a lost young boy. Regardless of their status, will Hotch (despite Haley's disdain for what the unit has done to her home life) and Prentiss be able to stay away knowing that the BAU is short staffed on this case? And Strauss, despite her hard line, may change her entire view of the unit by being out in the field with them.
48. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Limelight (2008)
An auction of belongings at a storage unit in Philadelphia reveals the early stages of a serial killer, but the method the local agent uses to keep the BAU on the case, and her continuing need to make herself the center of the investigation, not only complicate finding the killer, but put her life in jeopardy.
From a South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania auction of a self-storage unit's mystery contents, the purchasers find some boxes containing disturbing materials: graphic violent sexual fantasy drawings and related text. There is also human skin, nails and hair along with it. The items in combination indicate a serial sexual predator in the making, or one that is already at work. In searching through the storage unit, the BAU come up with a profile of both the unsub and his intended victims. Based on this information, they identify several female victims from unsolved cases fitting the victim profile: naked at the time of death with electrical burn marks to their body. They are all thirty-something brunettes, in what can be viewed as strong professional careers, which could be emasculating to a weak male. When the case accidentally goes public, it goes in an entirely different direction where the unsub seems to want to play the story out in front of the authorities. The BAU are assisted and at the same time hindered on the case by Jill Morris, the FBI's Philadelphia case agent. She seems to be more interested in making a name for herself than doing what is best to abduct the unsub. But she unknowingly also may play into the final chapter of the unsub's story.
49. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Supply and Demand (2011)
Hotch calls an early morning meeting, the first he's called since Gideon left, which raises the curiosity of the team. He tells them that because of budget issues, there is going to be some restructuring at the FBI, and although he would like them all to stay with the BAU, they may be approached by other units. The meeting affects Garcia and Rossi the most, and Rossi ends up having a subsequent late-night meeting in his office because of it. Meanwhile, the team is called to assist in the investigation of a local car accident in which an unidentified male driver careened over a cliff and ultimately succumbed to his injuries. They are called because the murdered bodies of two young adults were found in the trunk of his car. They are later identified as Jake Wattay and Paige Hawley, both of whom are on the missing persons list, each on the list for differing amounts of time and who are from different parts of the country. Because of the nature of their injuries, the team believes there is a group of unsubs. SSA Andi Swan, the head of the Domestic Trafficking Task Force, who receives notification of found bodies within a certain age demographic, approaches Hotch with her belief: that the deaths are tied to an organization she has been tracking for three years that abducts college students for torturous white slavery, which results in a high turnover rate of victims. She currently has a group of undercover agents working the only angle they can: as potential victims. The case takes on greater urgency for Swan when she learns that one of her local undercover agents, Renee Matlin, has missed the last two reporting-in periods. Her notes may provide some answers to her whereabouts and ultimately the location of the unsubs and other victims.
50. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Scared to Death (2007)
The BAU are still reeling from Gideon's disappearance, he who has clandestinely tendered his resignation. Hotch admits to the team that he too is confused despite having known Gideon the longest. And Reid is the most affected since Gideon's goodbye note was addressed solely to him. Regardless of Gideon, the BAU are still together as a unit - Strauss did not disband the unit - and have work to do. Their latest case takes them to Portland, Oregon, where four bodies are found in a mass grave. Each victim was tortured prior to death, but there are no signs of sexual assault. Since they had no defensive wounds, the victims probably knew and trusted the unsub. Some of the victims were never reported missing since the unsub took on the victim's electronic identity and sent electronic messages as the victim to family and friends. These facts mean the unsub has personal knowledge of his victims. The common thread between the four victims is that they had all recently moved to Portland from elsewhere, leading to the thought that they were met by the unsub in the natural course of relocation. After a fifth victim is found, Reid finds another connection: each death is associated with a different anxiety disorder. They have to discover how the unsub lures his victims to their death in such a trusted manner. After the case has concluded, Hotch admits to Morgan why he has been more anxious than usual.
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