JJ has been offered a major job promotion as liaison for the Department of Defense, which she not only turned down twice but about which didn't even tell Hotch, who only finds out when Strauss tells him and asks JJ to reconsider. Ultimately, the decision may not rest with JJ. Meanwhile, the team heads to Atlantic Beach, Maryland where nineteen year old Kate Joyce has been missing for three days. She had been in Atlantic Beach on vacation for a week before her disappearance. She was last seen in a bar with two young men, longtime friends, the subservient James Barrett and the dominant Sydney Pearson, who admitted they both had consensual sex with her that evening, but who also stated they dropped her off at her hotel after the fact that evening. The team believe the two, who are in custody, had something to do with her disappearance in part as they have a long criminal past despite being only twenty. As the team question the two individually with time running out on how long they can ... Written by
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J.J (A.J Cook) was fired of the series due to creative reasons. She was not the only one, Paget Brewster aka Emily Prentiss was also fired. The CBS wanted to reduce the budget. Brewster had signed for a couple of seasons and forced to return even though her character was originally written off. She hated the way the CBS had treated her and her costar she decided to leave the show, even though she had enjoyed being the show she felt that the way they had treated them was wrong. See more
Hotch, we can't lose her.
Strauss thinks we're all replaceable. I went over her head to try to explain that we're not.
Let It Be Me
by Ray Lamontagne See more