While concluding a case with the team in Los Angeles, a case where she receives a minor bullet wound to the arm, Blake receives a telephone call from her father, retired Kansas City police detective Damon Miller, about the murder of a middle aged man which he believes is the latest in series of murders conducted by the same unsub. He believes this murder is tied to the murder of a pair of teens one year ago. Beyond the overkill beatings inflicted in both sets of murders, there are no ties between the two on the surface. Blake's father is able to convince KCPD to invite the BAU, which does not sit well with Blake's brother, KCPD homicide detective Scott Miller, especially as there is animosity between the siblings. Although Blake wants them to take the case, she implies that she is not looking forward to returning to Kansas City itself, where she has not been in five years, and where family demons about which she has never mentioned to the team reside. As the team works through the ... Written by
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When Garcia is giving the team information about how many kids have died at Jefferson High, she says: "It's like Sunnydale". This is a reference to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The town in Buffy is called Sunnydale, and the high school is Sunnydale High, built on a hellmouth, which led to a lot of students being killed, hence the reference See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
No apparent connection between the victims, no matching DNA samples.
And an entire year between kills.
Dr. Spencer Reid
You know, the underwear ritual may be about symbolic humiliation.
Or a shock factor for whoever found the bodies.
Out of the Fire
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