The BAU heads to Sacramento, California, where two women were found dead together in a water tank in an SRO in the poor Oak Park neighborhood. Although only one woman is initially identified, it is believed that both women led a high risk lifestyle of prostitution and drugs, albeit the one identified who they learn was trying to get out of the life, including becoming clean. Both women also had their faces slashed several times, both pre- and post-mortem, although the instrument used to make the slashes post-mortem different - more precise - than those when the victims were alive. The identified victim was also wearing a dress not typical of her attire, while there are signs of a poorly done recent hair dye job on the Jane Doe, leading the team to believe that the unsub is remaking his victims into the vision of the real woman of his rage. They begin to get a clearer picture of the unsub by the types of drugs found in the women's systems, and what Reid learns is the reason for the ...
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Rossi plays catch with his grandson Kai, exclaiming at the end "Cubs win! Cubs win!", and Kai's father walks up to them, saying "Now that you've won the world series....". In real life the Chicago Cubs would go on to win the world series on November 3, 2016. See more
When Rossi and JJ arrived at the first crime scene, there is a guy just behind them and the Police Line with sleeveless jeans shirt and then in the next scene you can see him again but across the street. See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
Garcia? Look up neurofibromatosis
Uh, how do you spell that? Wait, never mind, autocorrect has it
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