112: Noisy Edge
Don and Agent Quimby of the NTSB investigate eyewitness accounts of a mysterious unidentified object flying dangerously close to downtown Los Angeles that has raised concern of a terrorist attack. After Charlie is recruited to help with the investigation, it is discovered that the flying object is part of a new technology that could revolutionize air travel. But the investigation takes a turn when they learn that the lead engineer is found murdered. Gloria Reuben ("ER") guest stars as Agent Erica Weston from the National Transportation Safety Board.
113: Man Hunt
When a grave with three unidentified bodies is found in a forest preserve, the BAU is called in to investigate. The victims are covered in bite marks and show evidence of being held captive before they were killed. The M.E. report reveals two of the victims suffered from both animal and human bite marks. Reid suspects the UnSub infected them with the Rabies virus via the first victim, an animal control employee who was the only one not bitten by a human. Their profile of the UnSub notes his obsession with Rabies and watching his victims suffer from the virus. As two more locals are reported missing, Garcia uncovers a report from fifteen years ago of a nine year old boy, Hunter, who was bitten by a bat on a family camping trip. They hone in on his older brother David, a pest control employee, and raid his house to find tape recordings of Hunter suffering in the hospital. The absence of Hunter’s death certificate leads them to believe his parents euthanized him to put him out his misery. After the team is alert
919: The Edge Of Winter
After the BAU closes a case, Morgan visits one of the survivors, Daria, at a mental institution for answers to complete his report of the investigation. In a series of flashbacks, we see that the team was called to Upstate New York after three victims are found stabbed to death and displayed in various locations. JJ determines they are looking for a pair of UnSubs and Reid analyzes the wounds to find the same meticulous pattern on each body, all created by an ice pick. When Daria manages to escape her captor and is found in an amnesic state, the team has difficulty questioning her. A break in the case occurs when Daria’s sister comes forward to reveal the partial license plate of the man last seen with Daria. They identify the man as Joe Bachner and learn he had an alcoholic aunt who tortured him with bee stings as a child. Joe’s M.O. mirrored his childhood suffering. Daria remembers the name of the other UnSub, Coby, but the OCD nature of the crimes does not match his behavior. The team locates Joe’s hideout
920: Blood Relations
The BAU is alerted to the death of two victims who were out hunting in a backwoods community. Researching the victims reveals that their families, the Lees and the Howards, were at odds. Their feud stemmed from the two families competing against each other in the moonshine business and now in the concocting and selling of bio-fuel. When Cissy, one of the members of the Howard family, goes missing, the team looks into her past to uncover that she was born into the Lee family. She and her brother Malachi were romantically involved and kept their baby a secret from the family by pretending she had run away. An Appalachian woman was the only witness to their secret and offered to help Cissy after she was abandoned by Malachi. Without money and resources, Cissy took the woman's help in exchange for her baby and later married into the Howard family. The team puts the pieces together to determine the child grew up to be the UnSub now out for revenge against his biological mother. After battling through a booby-trapp
921: What Happens In Mecklinberg
The BAU is alerted to three abductions in Mecklinburg, Tennessee by an UnSub wearing a pig mask. Since two of the victims have ties to Mecklinburg State's football team, the team looks into the school's history to find that pig masks were worn by the Beta Sigma Delta fraternity. The fraternity was shut down after a pledge drunkenly fell from a building and died at a party one year ago. After one of the victims, Trevor, turns up having been sodomized and forced to drink acid, the team suspects the UnSub is taking revenge upon those responsible for the pledge's death. However, their theory changes when an attendee from the party reveals that two upperclassmen brought a girl down to the basement that night. They discover that a girl from the party, Lauryn, has been in a coma from a heart attack and brain damage caused by hypothermia and alcohol poisoning. Her sister, Sheila, recently signed the paperwork to disconnect life support. Evidence from Sheila's apartment leads to the discovery that Lauryn had rough sex
After the BAU learns of two victims who died of arsenic poisoning after receiving handwritten death threats, a third victim is found with twine placed on his chest. Investigating the previous crime scenes reveals twine placed in different ways. Before they can save another woman from the same fate, the UnSub strangles her with twine. Reid suspects the twine relates to Greek mythology in which one's destiny is in the hands of the Three Fates. When the team discovers that one of the victims visited a coffee shop located in the vicinity of the other victims' homes, they look at surveillance footage to uncover that all four of them were in line at the same time. They ascertain that the UnSub chose their fates in response to bad news he received recently. Cross-checking patients at a nearby medical center with the time the victims were in line leads them to William Harding, a shipyard worker who was diagnosed with cancer that day and felt fate was working against him. Harding decided to bestow a similar fate upon
923A: Angels, Part 1
The BAU is called to Texas to consult on the murder of two prostitutes and a john, each tortured and shot in the head. Preacher Mills from the local church comes forward to reveal that the john was actually a male prostitute and Blake suspects he engaged in consensual S&M before he was shot. After another prostitute, Tabitha, is found murdered and tied to a tree with slashes on her back, they suspect her death was a symbolic killing. Reid believes the lavender on her legs suggests religious implications of cleansing. Initially Mills is their prime suspect as they uncover evidence he was involved in sex trafficking and previously cut one of his employees. However, considering the prostitutes are his revenue stream, their theory switches to an UnSub who is framing Mills. The team tries to track down Mills in hopes that he will lead them to the real killer. When they locate Mills, he opens fire under the belief that he is their target. In the shootout, the local Sheriff is killed and Morgan and Reid both take a
924B: Demons, Part 2
Picking up from the previous episode, JJ and a wounded Morgan take down Preacher Mills while Reid is rushed into surgery. The team discovers that three bodies at the crime scene were potential witnesses killed elsewhere and staged to look like victims in the shootout. When they question the only surviving prostitute, Dinah, they learn that local police officers are holding her in custody having pinned the murders on her. Garcia discovers that one of the victims was a C.I. for a decorated deputy named Owen McGregor. Given that Owen was the one who arrested Dinah, they suspect a law enforcement cover-up at work with Owen as the ringleader. Rossi and Blake survive another shootout when they are targeted by two of Owen’s deputies. In order to convince Dinah to cooperate, Rossi and Blake transport her mother and son to a safe house. Dinah directs them to a junkyard where Owen conducts his drug and weapons dealing along with human trafficking. The team apprehends Owen and his cohorts at the junkyard and frees the p
402: The Angel Maker
1003: A Thousand Suns
1004: The Itch
306: She Sells Sanctuary
307: Poisoned Minds
107: He Knows His Brother
Military academy dropout sneaks through his kid brother Simon’s bedroom window, asking in vain if they could both to go to Yukon together. Simon has just been admitted to and is looking forward to attending Yale University. At the dinner table, their abusive dad severely taunts the elder son about his school expulsion, until the cadet draws a pistol and shoots dad in the arm. His mostly ambivalent mother calls the police, but when the SRU arrives, Simon tries to cover for the runaway. When the Simon starts trusting Sam, insight about both boys' dark past help explain startling plot twists.
108: Never Kissed A Girl
In this episode a young man Michael has been wrongly convicted of killing a girl. He has spent the last ten years in prison - and only wants to clear his name. He ends up holding a courthouse hostage - and inside the courtroom is Ed. It turns out the prosecuting attorney originally hid crucial evidence. Michael poignantly confesses to Ed that he’s never kissed a girl.