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. Written by
Did You Know?
In this episode, Gideon profiles a killer and correctly predicts that he would have a speech impediment. This was based on a real life case, investigated by FBI agent John Douglas, former chief of the FBIs Investigative Support Unit. See more
The last scene is said to take place in Virginia, but there is a Canadian "No Public Washrooms" sign near the door of the gas station, and a small "No cigarettes Under 19" (the legal age in Canada). See more
[dog barks at Reid
Sandy! No, no, no, no! I'm so sorry.
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner
It's okay. It's what we call 'the Reid effect'. Happens with children too.
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