During the Halloween season as Garcia prepares for a Day of the Dead celebration at her apartment for the team, the BAU is called to Provo, Utah to investigate the murder of a Jane Doe, whose dead body was crushed beyond recognition beneath a pile of boulders in a state park outside of the city. The woman, who is eventually identified as Gloria Carlyle, had deep lacerations on her arms, a burn mark on her body, and all material embellishments removed from her person. Her recent past included leaving a Utopian sect three months earlier, that sect which was involved in a similar mysterious death five years ago. The team finds another dead body shortly after their arrival, the similarities being that the victim is young, female and blond. A third victim initially confuses the team as it is a he, who was morally perverse. It is that latter issue and the similar burn mark found on his body - which the team will eventually learn is a brand - that may provide the nature of the ritual ...
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At 3 minutes, Reid tries to quote a famous Clint Eastwood line from the original Dirty Harry movie. The actual line is, "I know what you're thinking. Did he fire 6 shots or only 5?" Reid gets it wrong. See more
In the prologue, Reid impersonates Clint Eastwood
in the title role in Dirty Harry
by saying "I know what you're thinking: 'Did that guy fire six shots, or did he fire five shots?...'" The actual quote is "I know what you're thinking: 'Did he fire six shots, or only five?...'" Between Reid's eidetic memory and the fact that this is one of the most repeated movie quotes of all time and said twice in the movie, his quote should have been much more exact. See more
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References Dirty Harry
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