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A man known to have killed four women in hotel rooms in Central Florida
escapes before being arrested and has abducted another woman.
The team goes to Sarasota to BAU headquarters there, and sets up shop. Elle and Derek wind up driving north to Georgia after another killing takes place with the same MO. Gideon's unit, with Dr. Reid continuing to spout everything he knows about this type of killer, figures if they could find out exactly why he drowns all is victims, that would give them enough clues to where he is and liable to strike next.
I thought was a very episode, and built up the suspense very slowly to an extremely dramatic ending (although a bit overdone.)
The killer was a master of disguises and presented a formidable challenge.
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The team have to track down a killer who drowns his victims - he's on the move and the killings are getting less organised and more random. The team split up with Elle and Morgan zipping around Carolina and Georgia by plane and car, while Gideon, Reid and Hotchner talk to the man's father and try to figure out what motivates him. Problem with this episode is the team have the killer's name at the start and their profile doesn't actually help them track him down. It is a waste of screen time to have Gideon trying to pin down why the killer drowns his victims. It just doesn't help in the end, and it comes down to just good ol' leg work. Elle and Morgan's road trip is just makes the whole thing feel rushed and chaotic. Not one of the best episodes by a long shot.
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