Hotch is back at work after 34 days of recuperation from being stabbed by George Foyet aka the Boston Reaper. With Foyet on the loose and Haley and Jack in hidden protective custody, the rest of the team wonder about Hotch's mental state and if he really is ready to return to work, especially as he seems more agitated than ever. Their next case takes them to Louisville, Kentucky where 40-year old long time resident Darrin Call kills three and critically injuries two in a pharmacy rampage. The BAU learn that he has been off his anti-psychotic medication for a month, meaning that he is probably in a delusional state rather than being a murderer per se. And he only started attacking those people who touched him first. As Call's doctor ultimately becomes one of Call's victims and his medical file goes missing from the doctor's office, the BAU have to discover what his psychosis is and to find him before someone touches him again which will probably lead to more deaths. Garcia learns that ... Written by
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The Hollow Creek Killer's M.O. of using a child to lure the children, killing them and burying them in lime is a reference to the Wineville Chicken coop murders in Mira Loma (then called Wineville), CA. In 1926 Gordon Stewert Northcott kidnapped and molested several young boys, eventually killing 4, burying three of the bodies on his Wineville ranch and leaving the fourth headless corpse by the side of a road. He was subsequently tried and hanged at San Quinten State Prison in 1930. See more
In one of the scenes with Penelope Garcia, the type of keyboard she uses, (flexible, waterproof, "Virtually Indestructible Keyboard"), doesn't make clicking sounds. While you can hear clicking as she appears to type. See more
Do you think he's ok?
Dr. Spencer Reid
I wouldn't be, but I'm a blinker.