Hotch is assigned as the team's grief assessor in Prentiss' death. A common theme among some on the team is who is acting as his grief assessor. Meanwhile, the team travels to Tampa, Florida, where a woman that morning entered a gun shop and shot four dead. When they arrive at the gun shop, the team realize that she brought her own ammunition into the shop and used one of the shop's own guns as the weapon. That shooting and two subsequent events show the BAU that she has some issue with authority. As they track her movement through Tampa, they also realize that she is not on the run but has a specific target that she needs to get to on this specific day. They have to figure out who that target is and the significance of the date in her life.
Did You Know?
Hanley Waters (the name of the suspect in the car chase) is actually an intersection in Tampa located about 2 miles south of US 60, and about 4 miles as the crow flies from Tampa International Airport. See more
The owner of the gun shop asks the woman if she has a license to own a firearm. Also, later in the episode, mention is made of the woman's husband having a registered .38 revolver. The state of Florida does not register firearms, nor are you required to have a license to own one. See more
I'm supposed to be asking how you're doing.
I've always had troubles letting people in. But this is different. I guess I've come to realize I'm more married to this team than I ever was to three ex-wives.
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