A worried Reid informs Prentiss and Duncan about Lindsey Vaughan, who is now holding his mother without she knowing that she is in danger - Lindsey posing as Diana's new nurse, Caroline Atkinson - and is the woman in the motel room in Mexico that killed Rosa Medina. Although Prentiss believes Reid's story especially about Lindsey being Diana's nurse is a figment of his sleep-deprived imagination, she and the team investigate. Most of the team do remember Lindsey and her mob enforcer father Jack Vaughan as being involved in a BAU case about ten years ago, they placed in the witness protection program following, Jack in particular considered too valuable a witness not to face prosecution for his own crimes. In that specific case, Jack killed the unsub on Lindsey's urging in front of Reid. If Reid's story is indeed true, the belief is that Lindsey is working with Scratch. But the most urgent issue is that they have to locate Diana and her real nurse, Cassie Campbell. Regardless, Prentiss...
Did You Know?
Rossi (Joe Mantegna
) repeatedly uses a mock-paternal tone when discussing Lindsey Vaughn's evolution as a contract killer. Most notably, when Garcia uncovers a pattern of 15 execution-style murders, Rossi quips, "that's our Lindsay," in a sarcastic "that's my girl" kind of tone. Lindsay is played by Mantegna's real life daughter, Gia Mantegna
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When Reid first talks to Emily about Lindsey's case, he tells her that the case was in April, 2007. This is wrong because it was broadcast on January 9th, 2008. See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
"Every man's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another" - Ernest Hemingway
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