Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior: Season 1, Episode 7

Jane (30 Mar. 2011)

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A case involving the abduction of several women becomes personal for the red cell team when one of the victims, "Jane Doe," is never reported as missing.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Det. Brigman
Barry Vernon
Det. Craig
Claire Vernon


A case involving the abduction of several women becomes personal for the red cell team when one of the victims, "Jane Doe," is never reported as missing. Written by CBS Publicity

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The Gruesome Twosome
28 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If I was totally in love with the previous episode, "Devotion," due to it's outrageous gruesomeness, you can imagine how delighted I was to find there were, in fact, two in a row.

"Jane," is every bit as wonderful as "Devotion" was as far as exploring just how sick and gruesome the human mind can be. Since I have included spoilers in the last couple of reviews for this show, I will refrain from that here for maximum effect. Let's just say, lots of people are kidnapped every day. We know that all kinds of things happen to them and they often end up dead. But I assure you, what happens to these women is not one of the things you've ever imagined. Enjoy!

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