The BAU are still mourning Prentiss' death, but celebrate Seaver's graduation. As all on the team, including Seaver, realize that she is not a replacement for Prentiss, Hotch is on the search for another profiler as quickly as possible. Meanwhile, they travel to Portland, Oregon, where two murders have happened. The victimology is different, with the similarities between the deaths being the victim first being bludgeoned then stabbed multiple times. The nature of the stab wounds and the petty theft involved with the murders make the team believe they are dealing with a gang. But when they view the site of one of the murders, Hotch believes that they are dealing with only one unsub - a schizophrenic - which is confirmed by other evidence at other sites. With subsequent similar murders, the team learns more about the unsub, which includes religious exorcisms. This case is especially difficult on Reid, who sees some similarities of the unsub in himself. Written by
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Greg Van Dyke
, who plays the role of the bus driver, is also the transportation coordinator for the show. See more
The Doctor tells Ben that the electroshock therapy worked, and that he shouldn't see the voices anymore. ECT (Electroconvulsive Therapy) is used to treat Major Depression; it shouldn't have much effect on whatever mental disorder causes his hallucinations. See more
Gosh, I've been in this building 27 years. Now, the worst incident we ever had was when Benjamin Headley up in 402 found out his wife was sleeping with the cleaner guy and shot him in the groin.
You've been a really big help, Mrs. Donnolly. Thank you very much.