Oak Tree Hills is a security monitored gated community located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. In the span of two months, three women have been strangled to death in their home in Oak Tree Hills, each successive murder being more brazen in that other household members were within closer proximity when the murder occurred. With the latest murder, security showed no non-residents on site, meaning that a resident is the unsub. Because the community is homogeneous, an unsub profile is somewhat meaningless. As such, Hotch and Rossi enlist the assistance of an FBI cadet, Agent Ashley Seaver, who may be able to shed some light from another perspective as she is the daughter of a serial killer who murdered twenty-five women before she reached age twenty. Hotch and Rossi make it clear to her that she is only acting as a consultant and is in no way to take action without the approval of someone on the team. Det. Felix Ruiz, the Las Cruces police detective assigned to the case who happens to also ... Written by
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At one point Reid is discussing the use of "Beam me up, Scotty" in the original Star Trek series. Rachel Nichols that guest stars in this episode was also in the 2009 Star Trek film as Gaila, Uhura's roommate. See more
When the team regroups after the meeting in the community church, Dr. Reid walks up to the team with information. After his line, he looks at Seaver and they both break character and smirk at each other. Dr. Reid looks down and closes his mouth so he doesn't laugh. See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
Well, the fact of the matter is, "Beam me up, Scotty," was never actually said. The closest they ever got was "Scotty, beam us up" in "The Gamesters of Triskelion" and "The Savage Curtain" episode, but interestingly enough...
Reid, come on. Give it a rest.
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