Alvez is not too excited about Lisa's want to host a housewarming party, it solely a means for her to get to know his BAU colleagues, the only intended invitees. Whether or not the party happens will have to wait until after the BAU's next case, which takes the team to Portland, Oregon, where a yet unidentified young, fit looking man bound with duct tape on several parts of his body and clad only in boxer shorts was caught on home surveillance footage taken outside the home yelling (paraphrasing) "he's after us" before the "he" is seen taking the man away. This man's abduction is seemingly related to the murders a week earlier of married William and Sarah Mendelbaum, a retired pediatrician and community volunteer respectively, in their home, they bound with duct tape on several parts of their bodies, and their eyes singed before they were stabbed multiple times. The word "us" in the abducted man's yells for help implies that there is another person abducted with him, probably a wife ...
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Do you even fondue, bro?
References It's a Wonderful Life