The BAU investigate a mass murder at Synalock, an Internet security company located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Five people were shot, while three others were stabbed. By the severity of ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Luke Dolan
Jenna Dolan
Mark Dolan
Wendy Milgram
General Boyd Milgram
State Trooper Brian Long
HRT Commander Powell


The BAU investigate a mass murder at Synalock, an Internet security company located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Five people were shot, while three others were stabbed. By the severity of the killings, the company's CEO, Adam Werner, was the supposed intended target. They also surmise that despite the different styles of killings, there is only one unsub. When Mark and Mary Dolan are later that day found shot to death in their home, the BAU tie the two sets of murders together, the connection being the Dolan's son, Luke Dolan, who the BAU are certain is the unsub. Luke Dolan and Adam Werner were not navy communications men as their official records state, but rather Navy SEALs in the same unit, where Werner was the leader and Dolan the second in command. Dolan seems to be on a mission of some sort and seems to be facing some delusional break from reality. They have to figure out what caused the initial break from reality and what his current mission is. As Dolan had a loving ... Written by Huggo

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Dr. Reid mentions that the unsub may have Capgras delusion. See more »


Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) mentions that the unsub (Max Martini) may have Capgras Syndrome. The correct terminology is Capgras Delusion. A psychologist should know that.

However capgras syndrome does have common usage. See more »


Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, it's an empty lot with a cell phone repeater. Give me a rundown on the buildings in the area and the years that they were built.
Penelope Garcia: All over it like cat hair on a sofa. BTW, I can usually locate a cell phone within 3 meters, but sometimes there are circumstances beyond my control, like physical barriers blocking a signal, not being in the satellite's direct line of sight, which bounces the signal to a repeater.
Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, tell me you've got something.
Penelope Garcia: Sorry. Yes, I have something.
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A nice Morgan/Prentiss moment
29 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It was a good episode case-wise but what I really loved was that Morgan/Prentiss scene at the end. I needed that. The canon in my head always had this scene where he tells her that he blamed himself for not being able to save her and even now that she's back, he's constantly scared that he's going to lose her again and we got a scene saying that! Yay! Also, he "Emily-ed" her which is always nice. Okay, so I am pretty satisfied with how the Prentiss fallout has been acknowledged and dealt with. Obviously in fic form it would be long and drawn out and a lot more angsty but in TV episode terms, they have at least mentioned core issues.

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