Aaron Hotchner: [opening, voiceover] "Love never dies a natural death. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings." - Anaïs Nin
David Rossi: The odds of this event striking the same family on the same day must be a billion to one.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Close enough.
Aaron Hotchner: [closing, voiceover] Alan Lightman said, "The tragedy of this world is that no one is happy, whether stuck in a time of pain... or joy."
Jennifer Jareau: If losing her mother didn't change everything, I know, losing her sister certainly will.
Alex Blake: I didn't know! How old were you when your sister died?
Jennifer Jareau: 11, she was 17.
Bruce Morrison: I said open the door!
[gazes himself on the mirror]
Bruce Morrison: Oh, my God. What a pathetic little crybaby. I was always right about you. So you got old Bruce in a cage? You think that's gonna help? It's only gonna make him hide longer. What do you want to know? I'm gonna have to tell you 'cause the baby's got his pacifier.
Aaron Hotchner: Where's Sera?
Bruce Morrison: She's learning a lesson.
Aaron Hotchner: What did you do to them?
Bruce Morrison: "What did you do to them?" I scared them, that's all. They needed it.
Aaron Hotchner: Why?
Bruce Morrison: Because they're spoiled, ungrateful little bitches who walk all over him any chance they get.
Aaron Hotchner: What happened to Bruce?
Bruce Morrison: He's hiding, of course. He is... When he can't handle it, I save his ass. Bruce's problem is, he can't handle anything.
David Rossi: I've gotta ask you: are two bottles of bourbon a normal Monday night?
Aaron Hotchner: Every time I ask you a question you have this habit of deflecting attention onto somebody else.
Jennifer Jareau: How does a single father lose his teenage daughters for thirty-six hours?
David Rossi: He doesn't.
Bruce Morrison: They're gone. My girls are gone... I need your help.