Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: You were just responding to what you learned, Vincent. When you grow up in an environment like that, an extremely abusive, violent household... it's not surprising that some people grow up to become killers.
Vincent Perotta: "Some people"?
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: What's that?
Vincent Perotta: You said "some people grow up to become killers."
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: And some people grow up to catch them.
[Garcia enters the room with a cardboard box]
Derek Morgan: Please tell me you brought some breakfast.
Penelope Garcia: Trust me, sugar. You're not going to want to eat when you see what's in here.
Michael Russo: Look, I don't speak smart ass. So, if you got something to say to me?
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: Paranoid personalities develop in childhood.
Vincent Perotta: You know, you're saving me thousands of dollars in therapy bills.
Derek Morgan: [talking through the unsub's murders] Okay, so I've got Helen DiMarco tied to the chair. He probably killed her first.
Jason Gideon: Proof to the others that he had no mercy. Psychological torture before the physical pain.
Derek Morgan: [sigh] Only there was no satisfaction from her death. It was too brief. It was over too quickly. And the husband... with him, he took his time. There doesn't seem to be any wasted effort, no hesitation on the unsub's part. I mean, Gideon, look around. What he did... it's a lot of work. We're either dealing with a professional or...
Jason Gideon: A pure psychopath.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Pull up James Baker's rap sheet. He spent time in juvenile detention for attempted murder, was released at age 21, and then subsequently arrested for - and this is in order - armed robbery, petty theft, burglary, narcotics sales, and rape.
Elle Greenaway: But there's no other sexual assault complaints in his file.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Absolutely nothing. Told you it was interesting.
Penelope Garcia: What's so interesting about that?
Dr. Spencer Reid: When it comes to psychological behavior, anything is possible, but this criminal history, it just isn't probable. I mean, as a minor, he began with attempted murder and then devolved into pettier crimes? It's the criminal history of a fractured schizophrenic with multiple personality disorder. It just does not make sense.
Elle Greenaway: Unless someone made that rap sheet up, and they weren't thinking about the behavior; they just plugged in whatever sounded good.
Derek Morgan: Hotch!
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: Yeah?
Derek Morgan: We got a hot weapon. Oh, no. It's a Glock 19. And this round is standard law enforcement issue.
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: So you're saying Baker's an undercover cop?
Derek Morgan: I'm saying I did 18 months deep cover, and this place has got all the makings of a crash pad.
Jason Gideon: Hemingway wrote "There is no hunting like the hunting of man. And those who have hunted armed men long enough, and liked it, never really care for anything else."
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: Your father beat you every chance he got.
Vincent Perotta: He smacked me around some. Didn't everybody's old man?
Vincent Perotta: Well maybe if yours had, you would have learned to fight.
Jason Gideon: Have Garcia go through open files in Maryland, see if any of them involve this level of torture.
Derek Morgan: Got it.
Jason Gideon: Have her check the surrounding states, as well. If... the guy's a pro, why do jobs only close to home?
Derek Morgan: How far back do you want her to go?
Jason Gideon: At least ten years. Guy's no rookie.
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: [searching a residence registered to Jimmy Baker] Morgan, this is weird. There's nothing here. It's like nobody lives here. I guess he wasn't expecting company.
Derek Morgan: Something's wrong.
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: Yeah, I know.
Derek Morgan: Look at this place. It's an artificial dwelling... to match an artificial past.
Jason Gideon: Carl Jung said "The healthy man does not torture others. Generally, it is the tortured who turn into torturers."
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner: So far it sounds like a standard double homicide, so why are we here?
Derek Morgan: Massive overkill
Penelope Garcia: [about to watch a tape] 10 bucks if this involves naked co-ed's and a plumber
Dr. Spencer Reid: What?
Penelope Garcia: Never mind!
Elle Greenaway: [about a phone tap] Is this gonna work?
Dr. Spencer Reid: The beam is reflected from the window pane according to the law of optics
Penelope Garcia: Yeah, the angel of instance is equal to the angle of reflection
Elle Greenaway: Uh, huh! Is it gonna work?
Elle Greenaway: [to Garcia] Can you get into those records?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Garcia is typing] Despite the fact they're probably expunged, she can find the faintest echo of deletion and successfully recreate the file, thereby sending us all to prison for computer felony fraud counts
Elle Greenaway: [Garcia is looking worried up to her] We can make bail, Garcia!
Penelope Garcia: Already in