The BAU heads to the Los Angeles, California area, where two women, in separate incidents, were found murdered within a day of each other, each found in their own home with no sign of forced entry, both single, and both having died of asphyxiation from being wrapped pre-mortem by a regular household item like a blanket or rug. By the time the team arrives at the Los Angeles FBI field office where they are basing their investigation, a third dead body with the same victimology is discovered. From surveillance footage at the third victim's apartment complex, the team believes the unsub is either masquerading as an FBI agent or truly is one. When the team determines that he is only masquerading as one, but that he needs to gain the confidence of his victims by real world events, they decide to set a trap for him that is potentially dangerous for the public. But in doing so, they, in the process, learn of an unfortunate real life tie to the agency. Through it all, Morgan can't help but ...
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[All trivia items for this title are spoilers.
When Morgan is looking at his phone and reading the text from Savannah the charging symbol is show in the top right corner of the phone's screen but when it cuts to a wide shot no power cord can be seen. See more
Garcia, we need you to track all the cell phones for all the male agents of the Bureau over the past week
Whoa, that is a lot of testosterone. Okay, there are 13,421 special agents, around 11 thousand of those are male. Why are you asking... Oh, come on! Really? The good guys are supposed to be good
Okay, crosscheck the locations of those male agents against the crime scene coordinates
crosschecking as we speak, and not so secretly hoping I do not get a match
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