In town to conduct a seminar, Gideon and Reid become involved in a stalker case that has escalated to murder.

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Lila Archer
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Michael Ryer
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Maggie Lowe
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Parker Dunley
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Joseph Martinez
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When LAPD detective Owen Kim gives Dr. Spencer Reid and Gideon a ride to the airport after they gave his colleagues a lecture an profiling, they accept to join him when he's told about a murder, and decide to stay when they hear there has been a recent series of victims from the film industry, mainly acting. It soon appears the killer singles out persons he considers a danger to his idol, rising Hollywood star Lila Archer, such as a hostile producer, another actress which got 'her' part or looks too much like her... Written by KGF Vissers

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Lila's hair was pinned up in a bun in the scene where she was speaking to Maggie on the phone and when they were walking in the hall through the door. As soon as Maggie pointed the gun at the side of Lila's head and said to Reid, "I would never hurt her," Maggie stroked Lila's hair, which was suddenly down and no longer in a bun. See more »

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Reid refers to the murderer "John Robert Bardo." This is incorrect; Bardo's name is actually Robert John Bardo. See more »

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Dr. Spencer Reid: Do I look twelve years old to you?
Jason Gideon: Fourteen?
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Hollywood Swinging (feat. Jamiroquai)
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Someone's Watching, a timely episode.
5 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought the episode"Someone's Watching" was well done for it's subject. The humor line delivered by actor Ian Anthony Dale was well placed and I was truly tickled, thinking about my own friends who are 'highly intelligent' but don't have a lick of common sense. My friends make me laugh all the time as I try to figure out what in the world they are talking about! I can identify with Dale's character(and that is not saying that we are dumb). The character's of the 'team'(the cast) are specially trained to do the job of profiling killers. I look for the humor in shows like this in the plot, to relieve the tension and among the cast characters. It's what makes the show worth watching, to see depth and puts a 'real life' human take for us the viewers to identify with.


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