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I Love You, Tommy Brown ()


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When married couples fostering young children end up being killed in Seattle, the BAU team looks for an unsub with a maternal-yet-murderous instinct. Also, Garcia fears a possible... See more »

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David Rossi
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Emily Prentiss
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Derek Morgan
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Dr. Spencer Reid
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Jennifer Jareau
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Penelope Garcia
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Aaron Hotchner
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Maggie Hallman
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Tommy Brown
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Foster Mother
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Kevin Lynch
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Det. Paul Clarkson
Polly Cole ...
Karen Wilson
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Julie Parker
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Abby Miller
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Gayle Gilbert (as Dona Maria Wood)
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Brian Gilbert (as Marc J. Raymond)
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Pastor Larry Benson
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Pregnant Woman
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Paramedic

Directed by

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John Terlesky

Written by

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Jeff Davis ... (creator) (creator)
 
Janine Sherman Barrois ... (written by)
 
Rick Dunkle ... (executive story editor)
 
Kimberly A. Harrison ... (story editor) (as Kimberly Ann Harrison)

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Harry V. Bring ... co-executive producer (as Harry Bring)
Gigi Coello-Bannon ... producer
Breen Frazier ... co-executive producer
Mark Gordon ... executive producer
Glenn Kershaw ... co-executive producer
Erica Messer ... executive producer
Janine Sherman Barrois ... executive producer
Sharon Lee Watson ... co-executive producer
Virgil Williams ... consulting producer
Ian Woolf ... co-producer (as Ian Foster Woolf)
Jennifer Yates ... associate producer (as Jennifer Ketelsen)
Bruce Zimmerman ... co-executive producer

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Marc Fantini
Steffan Fantini
Scott Gordon

Cinematography by

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Greg St. Johns

Film Editing by

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Lisa Bromwell

Editorial Department

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Callie Miller ... post-production coordinator
Vanick Moradian ... assistant editor

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Scott David
Becky Silverman
April Webster

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Vincent Jefferds

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Adam Rowe

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Annie O'Sullivan-Pittman ... (as Annie O'Sullivan)

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B.J. Rogers

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Lana Heying ... hair department head
Dayne Johnson ... makeup department head
Jerri Lynn Ayer ... hair stylist (uncredited)

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Kiegan Downs ... post-production supervisor
Ian Woolf ... unit production manager (as Ian Foster Woolf)

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Stacey Beneville ... first assistant director
Anne Carroll ... second assistant director
Shea Vargé ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

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Al Eisenmann ... property master
Steve Morey ... construction coordinator
Arthur Chadwick ... set designer (uncredited)
Dylan J. Hay-Chapman ... graphic designer (uncredited)
Julia Ryan ... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Christopher Schultz ... assistant property master (uncredited)

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Michael Aretsky ... adr trailer/PNC Engineering
David Beadle ... supervising sound editor
Kenneth R. Burton ... re-recording mixer (as Ken Burton)
Joseph Geisinger ... sound mixer
Mark McBryde ... additional foley artist
Andre Perreault ... re-recording mixer
Stacey Michaels ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Antony Zeller ... additional foley editor (uncredited) / additional foley mixer (uncredited)

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David Altenau ... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Ken Kimble ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Josh Miyaji ... visual effects artist (uncredited)

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Jasi Cotton Lanier ... stunt double

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John Hatchitt ... key grip
David Maddux ... chief lighting technician (as Dave Maddux)
Darcy Spires ... camera operator
Michael Walsh ... camera operator
Michael J. Schwartz ... lighting technician (uncredited)

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Toni Avalos ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nikki Fallenstein ... key costumer
Brooke C. Thatawat ... costume supervisor (as Brooke Thatawat)

Location Management

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Walter Roshetski ... location manager

Music Department

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Kevin J. Edelman ... music supervisor (as Kevin Edelman)
Mark Mancina ... composer: additional music

Transportation Department

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Greg Van Dyke ... transportation coordinator
Julio Salazar ... production driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Todd Bassman ... production staff
Edward Allen Bernero ... consultant
Jim Clemente ... technical advisor
Andre G. Ellingson ... production staff (as Andre Ellingson)
Jennifer Kern ... production coordinator
Pam Leonte ... script supervisor
Amanda Luce ... set production assistant
Kevin McEveety ... production accountant
Gary Scalzo ... production staff
Tom Seymour ... production staff
Bill Shotland ... production staff
Sara Smith ... assistant: Mr. Gordon
Joe Weireter ... production staff
Mikey Lee ... technical and tactical advisor: FBI (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

The BAU is called to Seattle, Washington, where two couples have been murdered execution style in their respective homes. There is no sign of forced entry in either case, there was no sexual assault, and the gunshot wounds were muffled by the use of a pillow. By the time the team reaches Seattle, a third couple has been murdered with the same MO. Each couple were upstanding citizens and community minded. The team learns that a common link between all three is that each belonged to the emergency foster parent list. The team surmises that the female unsub has access to that foster parent list, and has either lost a child herself or is infertile and wants a child. They also surmise that she is killing in lieu of a child not being in the home at the time of entry into the home. But when the team learns that the same child was recently in each home, they know that the unsub is the birth mother. When they find out her identity, they learn that her mission is not one solely of getting back the child but also the baby's father. Meanwhile, Garcia notices that Kevin and Morgan are having a clandestine conversation, which worries her because the two never talk to each other, nor will they disclose the nature of their conversation. Garcia believes the worse, which to most others would be the best. Written by Huggo

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Also Known As
  • I Love You, Tommy Brown (United States)
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  • 42 min
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Trivia John Bain, who plays 16 year old Tommy Brown, was actually 27 when this episode aired. See more »
Goofs When Hallman's third victims pull up to their house in a Cadillac, the brake lights (and taillights) turn off when the car is turned off. Actually, a GM vehicle will turn its reverse lights on when the car is turned off (as well as its headlights and taillights), then turn everything off when the doors are locked. This Cadillac is not shown doing that. See more »
Soundtracks Criminal Minds Theme See more »
Quotes Derek Morgan: [voiceover] It was once said that love is giving someone the ability to destroy you, but trusting them not to.
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