Cooper and his Red Cell team are called in by the Tucson Police Department to capture a serial killer who removes the eyes of the victims.

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Det. Vivian Solis
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Det. Bobby Turner (as Vince Duvall)
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Evelyn Lawford (as Käthe Mazur)
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Dr. Florio
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Brenda Richards
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Allison Gilroy
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Nurse Karen
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Cooper and his Red Cell team are called in by the Tucson Police Department to capture a serial killer who removes the eyes of the victims.

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2 March 2011 (USA)  »

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Hotch, Rossi, and their team hunted a similar enucleator in Criminal Minds: The Eyes Have It (2009). See more »

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Allison Gilroy: My assistant mentioned that you have questions about your exit package.
Margaret Mckenna: Actually I want to take about Stephen Lawford,
Allison Gilroy: Lawford?
Margaret Mckenna: He is a patient who died at this hospital following a surgery.
Allison Gilroy: Oh, I'm sorry and what is your connection to that?
Margaret Mckenna: Maybe it would be just easier if I could just show you.
Allison Gilroy: Show me? Show me what?
[Margaret takes a letter out of her bag]
Margaret Mckenna: This is a letter that I wrote to the state medical board.
[Allison looks at the letter]
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I'll Be Your Elevator
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Produced by Richard Wolf
Written by Richard Wolf and John Czornyj
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Do You See What I See?
27 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ah yes, and now we get down to the nitty-gritty, my friends. I'm only 3 episodes in and I am now officially hooked on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. The characters are now my friends (Penelope has good taste), and the cases are getting grittier and more gruesome.

I will not divulge the details of this wonderful episode, but let me say that if you have thus been on the fence about this series, this episode will convince you to stay. The characters are my friends now because they are also becoming more comfortable with each other and themselves. They are no longer giving the impression that this is their first case together or the first time they've met and have moved into the realm of having been together for a long time and knowing each other inside and out.

This case is, by far, my favorite so far. It had a gruesome factor that was very close to being over the top, which I LOVE. Again, I did not have this one figured out by the end (and thought I had it figured out within the first 5 minutes). I give this episode, as the last, a solid 10. And I mean it!


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