In a gentrified neighborhood in southeast Washington D.C. vandalism has increased recently. Two upper middle class couples - one white, one black - are found beaten to death in a home invasion. Nothing was taken from the home. The BAU's initial assessment is that there are at least three male unsubs, and that the beatings are related to the vandalism. A second set of victims are later found dead - a young white working class couple who were killed in a parking lot outside a blue collar restaurant. The BAU know that the unsubs, who have a pack mentality, are motivated purely by nihilism and the need to exert power. In monitoring on-line chatter, Garcia finds another more broad threat of vandalism. Although the BAU do not believe this act of vandalism was initiated by the unsubs, they know the unsubs will react in their typical violent fashion. Their reaction does yield useful information for the BAU to narrow in on the unsubs. During the process of this case, Garcia has some words of ...
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When the unsubs are seen entering a convenience store, the logo for the California Lottery can be seen on the shop window. This case is supposed to be set in Washington, D.C. See more
You know what gets me? See, we figured you were down and out, pissed off. But you're out here working. What is so God-awful about your life that you've gotta take it out on the rest of the world?
It was fun, boss.
Composed by Henry Mayer
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Performed by Frank Sinatra See more