Jason Gideon: The author Francois de La Rochefoucauld wrote "We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end, we become disguised to ourselves."
Derek Morgan: Why are you acting so weird?
Elle Greenaway: We're sitting with a guy who knows that there are 800 kernels of corn on the average cob...
Dr. Spencer Reid: Arranged in 16 separate rows.
Elle Greenaway: ...and you're calling me weird?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Gideon, you do know that Doug Gregory isn't the killer, right?
Jason Gideon: Yes, I know that. But he protected one. And now at least six women are dead because of it.
Mark Gregory: [First Lines] Scotch,
Mark Gregory: that's what we're missing; smooth, smokey flavor of a single barrel scotch.
Jason Gideon: The French philosopher Voltaire wrote "There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts."
Aaron Hotchner: [discussing Gregory's victims] Gregory used different forms of torture with each one. Choking, burning, suspension, and beating. Drowning was the only constant.
Dr. Spencer Reid: They were all classified as wet drownings, which means the victim was alive when they were submerged. They could feel their lungs filling up with water. It's an extremely painful way to die.
Aaron Hotchner: You found any other suspicious drownings these last couple of days?
Penelope Garcia: Do you know how many people who drown every day?
Aaron Hotchner: Well, yes, there are more in the summer, for obvious reasons, but I think it averages about 6500 per year, which is 17 a day
Penelope Garcia: Is this Reid?
Aaron Hotchner: Why, are you impressed?
Penelope Garcia: I am slick, I am! You have been doing your research haven't you?