Criminal Minds (2005– )
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The team must determine whether an abducted girl is the pawn in a bitter divorce, or something more sinister has happened.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Elle Greenaway
Donald Curtis
Martin Jones
Katie Cecil ...
Billie Copeland


The team hears that eleven year-old Billie Copeland is abducted from the playground where her mother coached. This occurred sometime after a man was seen around with a leash, asking for help to search for his dog Candy. First the teams suspects her only six months divorced, father William, who turns up nearly 24 hours later with his cell phone turned off. He was discretely in oncology, for terminal lymph cancer, and single-handedly attacks a local Internet-filed sex offender, but that man never attacked children. A girls body is dragged from the river, but this is an unrelated event. Then a neighbor reports Donald Curtis, same age, car, even a recently deceased Labrador named Candy and extensive porn, but no trace of Billie. Written by KGF Vissers

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11 January 2006 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


At the end of the episode, one of the "survivor photos" on Gideon's bureau is that of Josh Patel who was a passenger on the train with Elle in Derailed (S1. Ep9) See more »


When Garcia walks into her office she takes with her a bouquet of flowers and places them on a table to the right of her desk and sits down to use the computer. After using the computer she then walks to the back of her office picks up the same bouquet of flowers from a table and then again places them on the table to the right of her desk. See more »


Jason Gideon: [opening quote] The poet W.H. Auden wrote: "Evil is always unspectacular and always human and shares our bed and eats at our table"
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Criminal Minds Theme
Composed by Mark Mancina
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Your Eyes Are Glued To The Screen!
25 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

I Think That This Is Truelly One Of The Best Episodes , Its Different And The Profiling Is Yet Again Amazing Its Something Our Kids Should Learn To Watch Rather Than Some Good For Nothing Cartoons. Gives You inside Information.

The Actors Act Out Their Parts Greatly , Especially Dr Spencer Reid the Obvious Cute One. They All Act Incredibly rehearsed And Fit into Their Character Very Well . You Can See That The Screen writer Has Gotten Very Useful information And Added It Very Carefully Into Episode. Instead Of Havng Normol Boring Killing Episodes On And On , Shows Such As CSI. Criminal Minds Is A Show That Will Hopefully Go A Long Way , With Me Onboard!!

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