Charlie and the team track a couple who are spree killers, but their actions seem to defy profiling.



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Crystal Hoyle
Lydia Campos
Pierce Brenner
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Charlie and the team track a couple who are spree killers, but their actions seem to defy profiling.

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22 September 2006 (USA)  »

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The newlywed game
8 June 2010 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Crystal Hoyle and Buck Winters are seen riding in their convertible that has been 'adorned' with the "newlyweds" signs all over. When they arrive at a roadside diner, they do not have any intention of eating there. They have come to rob the place. In the process, they kill about three persons that just happened to be in the wrong place, at the wrong time.

This couple continue to work their way into Los Angeles wrecking havoc wherever they decide to strike. It appears Crystal has an agenda in mind, and Buck is just going for the ride. The FBI and agent Ian Edgerton are drawn into the trail of the couple. With the help from Charlie Eppes, the federals recognize the pattern the duo is following. The younger Eppes has figured a trajectory that will help the agents get to the two criminals.

"Spree" is the first installment on a two part episode. Directed by John Behring, and written by Ken Sanzel, both members of the production company of "Numb3rs". The result is a fast moving show that has a little bit for everyone. The regulars do their usual excellent acting. Guest star Kim Dickens has several good moments as Crystal, the woman that shows no redeeming qualities and is hell bent in getting rid of whoever gets in front of her.

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