The BAU profiles a child abductor who may have been keeping children for more than eight years.

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Roger Roycewood
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Sarah Hillridge
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Charlie Hillridge
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Aimee Lynch
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Barbara Lynch
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Mrs. Shepherd
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The BAU profiles a child abductor who may have been keeping children for more than eight years. Written by CBS Publicity

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3 March 2010 (USA)  »

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Bud Cort, who played Roger Roycewood, appeared in "The Life Acquatic with Steve Zissou" with Matthew Gray Gubler. However the two do not share a scene in this episode. See more »

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The initial scenes are at a winter festival in Virginia, but all the trees still had foliage. See more »

Quotes

Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: If you're gonna help us, I need you to do something for me
Sarah Hillridge: Anything!
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: Stop drinking
Sarah Hillridge: I can do that! I can do that
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Great casting
8 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

While this episode may not stand out from the rest of this series in other ways, the casting was fantastic. Bud Cort is not only associated here with a funeral home and a hearse, hearkening back to his role as Harold in Harold and Maude, but is also paired with Beth Grant, who will be familiar to most moviegoers and TV viewers for her many notable roles, and is perhaps best known for her part in Donnie Darko. Evan Peters has also gained fame since this episode first aired, and does a great job in a fairly unusual role. All the other characters are well- played by lesser-known but no less talented actors, particularly the father who loses his son, played by David Youse, whose performance is heartbreaking at the bittersweet ending of this installment. Matthew Grey Gubler's direction seems competent, though the typical pitfalls of the show still exist.


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