When a murder case bears eerie similarities to a serial murder case from the past, Goren's reclusive profiling mentor comes in to help the investigation. But nobody realizes that Eames may be the next target.

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Jo Gage
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Enrique Zuella
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When a murder case bears eerie similarities to a serial murder case from the past, Goren's reclusive profiling mentor comes in to help the investigation. But nobody realizes that Eames may be the next target.

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Jo says "Speak of the Devil" when Declan shows up at the squad room window. John Glover played the Devil in "Brimstone" See more »

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When Detective Goren is talking to Declans' DAUGHTER Joe, Ross and Eames are in another room but within eyesight of this. Capt Ross asks Detective Eames, "Your partner always that informal?" in reference to Goren's proximity to Joe. Eames replied "turns out they knew each other when she was a girl." Sorta clumsy, since she is a girl now. Should have been stated differently. Maybe stating 'He used to work with her father and knew her then'. See more »

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Where Goren gets it from
25 November 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode of Criminal Intent was the first that introduced Eric Bogosian as the new captain replacing Jamey Sheridan. It is certainly one of the wilder and woolier episodes ever done on the series.

A couple of murders and the kidnapping of Kathryn Erbe have Vincent D'Onofrio becoming quite unhinged. He's thinking that a noted serial killer has returned. Someone else also has returned. John Glover as a noted criminologist who counted the failure to apprehend the serial killer known as 'Sebastian' as the great failure of his career. Also returning is Glover's daughter Martha Plimpton.

If you want to know where Detective Robert Goren gets that quirky and eclectic style of his than the appearance of John Glover will provide the answers. Glover is as unforgettable here as he is as Lionel Luthor in Smallville.

Erbe herself through her own resourcefulness escapes and provides the means of identifying the perpetrator.

The episode is one of the best of the CI series. Poor Bogosian though almost gets lost in the show that D'Onofrio and Glover provide.


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