Criminal Minds: Season 2, Episode 1

The Fisher King: Part 2 (20 Sep. 2006)

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Elle's fate is unknown, and the unsub continues dropping clues as the team scrambles to identify him before another tragedy occurs.

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The unsub has identified the "her" in the "save her" messages as eighteen year old Rebecca Bryant, a Bostonian who has been missing for two years. However, by the BAU not following his rules, the unsub has attacked Greenaway at her home, she who is now clinging to life. As with some of the victims thus far, the unsub scrawls a note on Greenaway's wall using her blood. Morgan and J.J. are tasked with following the leads on Rebecca Bryant, while Reid is tasked with deciphering the increasingly complex puzzle, which leads to a personal connection to him. The two tasks come full circle when they both lead to a common end point, which at least identifies the unsub and the reason he contacted the BAU in the first place. The last task is to locate him before he commits his ultimate act in the puzzle. Meanwhile, Greenaway's subconscious battles with thoughts of wanting to live or die. Written by Huggo

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Jason Gideon: [voiceover] "The defects and faults of the mind are like wounds in the body. After all imaginable care has been taken to heal them up, still there will be a scar left behind." - French writer Francois La Rochefoucauld.
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The Poem Reid Reads "always clear day to any man's sight"
14 October 2011 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Geoffrey Chaucer (ca. 1343-1400) from The Parliament of Fowls A garden saw I, full of blossomy boughs Upon a river, in a green mead, There as sweetness evermore enough is, With flowers white, blue, yellow, and red, And cold well-streams, nothing dead, That swimming full of small fishes light, With fins red and scales silver bright.

On every bough the birds heard I sing, With voice of angels in their harmony; Some busied themselves birds forth to bring; The little coneys to here play did hie.

And further all about I could see The dread filled roe, the buck, the hart and hind, Squirrels, and beasts small of gentle kind.

Of instruments of strings in accord Heard I so play a ravishing sweetness, That God, that maker is of all and lord, Had heard never better, as I guess.

Therewith a wind, scarcely it might be less, Made in the leaves green a noise soft Accordant to the fowls' song aloft.

Th'air of that place so a-temperate was That never was grievance of hot nor cold.

There wax also every wholesome spice and grass; No man may there wax sick nor old; Yet was there joy more a thousandfold Than man can tell; never would it be night, But always clear day to any man's sight.


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