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In the second episode of season six, JJ was forced to take a promotion to the Pentagon and left the She and SSA Morgan share a very friendly-flirty relationship which never goes beyond that, In turn, Morgan, responded negatively when asked for proposal advice by her .. Esai Morales, Mateo Cruz, Recurring, Guest. Garcia · Alex Blake · Mateo Cruz · Ian Doyle · Will LaMontagne · Aaron Hotchner Before she became a profiler, JJ had never really understood all the work that so she started going to JJ for advice on how to deal with them. Especially since her own relationship with Will crashed and burn as soon as. Jennifer "JJ" Jareau is a Supervisory Special Agent who was the BAU's former However, they had known about the relationship from the beginning. . that JJ knows the new BAU Section Chief Mateo Cruz (who was brought in to replace the.
The following year it was linked to the Bureau of Prohibition, in the same year, its name was officially changed from the Division of Investigation to the present-day Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI.
Lola Glaudini left the show after six episodes and was replaced by Paget Brewster three episodes after while Kirsten Vangsness was promoted to series regular, in the episode The Perfect Storm, Nicki Aycox guest-starred as Amber Canardo, a rape victim who abducts and murders women.
Her partner in crime is her husband, Tony Canardo, played by Brad Rowe, in the episode Psychodrama, Jason Wiles guest-starred as Caleb Dale Sheppard, aka The Stripping Bandit, a meth-addicted bank robber who forces bystanders to strip naked.
In the episode Aftermath, Jason London guest-starred as William Lee, a serial rapist who impregnates his victims, dahlia Salem guest-starred as Detective Maggie Callahan, who leads the investigation of the rapes.
In the episode The Boogeyman, Elle Fanning guest-starred as Tracy Belle, sean Bridgers guest-starred as Jeffreys father, James, who was the prime suspect in the murders. Kelly Kruger guest-starred as Kelly Seymour, who was chosen by her friends to be murdered, in the episode Empty Planet, Jamie Elman guest-starred as Kenneth Roberts, a serial bomber who goes by the alias of Allegro, the main character from his favorite science fiction novel.
The third season was originally to have featured 25 episodes, however, Seven more episodes were produced after the strike, bringing the total number of episodes to 20 for the third season. Mandy Patinkin wanted to leave the series, since he loathed the violent nature of it and he was replaced by Joe Mantegna several episodes later. Stanley Howard, in the episode Children of the Dark, Francis Capra guest-starred as Ervin Robles, a serial killer who was abused by a strict foster family.
Manwaring, in the episode Seven Seconds, Ariel Winter guest-starred as Katie Jacobs, a young girl who is kidnapped at a shopping mall. In the episode Identity, Kaj-Erik Eriksen guest-starred as Henry Frost, a killer who assumed the identity of his partner in crime and idol, Francis Goehring. Pat Skipper guest-starred as Harris Townsend, a retired U. In the episode Lucky, Michael Beach guest-starred as Father Marks, in the episode True Night, Frankie Muniz guest-starred as Johnny McHale, a famous comic book artist whose recent works have striking resemblances to murders he might have committed.
In the episode Masterpiece, Jason Alexander guest-starred as Henry Grace, in the episode 52 Pickup, Gabriel Olds guest-starred as Robert Parker, a serial killer who has perfected his skills as a pick-up artist. Courtney Ford guest-starred as Austin, a bartender who develops a crush on Reid, in the episode Normal, Mitch Pileggi guest-starred as Norman Hill, aka The Road Warrior, a man who goes on a murderous rampage after murdering his entire family. Faith Ford guest-starred as Normans deceased wife, Vanessa, and Gina Torres guest-starred as Detective Thea Salinas, who leads the investigation of the murders.
Thomas Howell guest-starred as George Foyet, the only person who survived a string of killings committed by a killer known as The Boston Reaper. Louis Ferreira guest-starred as Roy Colson, a novelist and the author of the novel Night of The Reaper, in the episode House on Fire, Tommy Dewey guest-starred as Tommy Wheeler, a serial arsonist who burns down a movie theater, killing everyone trapped in it. Shannon Lucio guest-starred as Tommys sister Tina, in the episode Conflicted, Jackson Rathbone guest-starred as Adam Jackson, a delusional serial killer who has a female alter-ego named Amanda.
Susan Ward guest-starred as Julie Riley, a manager who was suspected of committing the murders of several men. Roma Maffia guest-starred as Detective Reese Evans, who leads the investigation of the murders, in the episode The Big Wheel, Alex OLoughlin guest-starred as Vincent Rowlings, a repentant serial killer who suffers from uncontrollable homicidal urges 6.
Episode 18 was an episode for the spin-off series Criminal Minds. B, sweeney guest-starred as Sam Kassmeyer, a U. Marshal who is assigned to protect Aaron Hotchners family until George Foyet is caught, christopher Cousins guest-starred as Dr. Tom Barton, a trauma surgeon whose son is targeted by the father of a teenage boy Barton tried to save. Baker, a gang of thrill killers known as Turners Group. Wade Williams guest-starred as Detective Andrews, who leads the investigation of the murders, in the episode The Performer, Gavin Rossdale guest-starred as Paul Dante Davies, a famous rock musician who is suspected of murdering several of his fans.
Arthur Malcolm, a pedophile who molested his daughter, Samantha, and gave her porcelain dolls away to another girl. Rosalie Ward guest-starred as Bethany Wallace, a woman who is abducted by Samantha Malcolm, in the episode Risky Business, John Pyper-Ferguson guest-starred as Wilson Summers, a father who created a viral internet game that convinces young teenagers to commit suicide.
In the episode Mosley Lane, Bud Cort and Beth Grant guest-starred as Roger and Anita Roycewood, a married couple who abduct children and cremate their remains after sedating them.
Before the filming of the season began, it was announced that A. J, Cook had been let go from the series, reportedly due to budget cuts on the show relating to the launch of the Criminal Minds spinoff.
Thanks to letters and petitions by fans, Cook was allowed to return for two episodes to wrap up her characters storyline and she later returned as a special guest star in two subsequent episodes of this season. Paget Brewster was a regular for eighteen episodes and was let go from the series as well, rachel Nichols appeared as a guest star for two episodes and was then promoted as a regular, but was fired after the season finale.
The opening sequence was changed as of season, more sound and visual effects were added, the theme song itself was amplified. Travanti guest-starred as Lee Mullens, a serial killer who suffers from alzheimers disease. In the episode Compromising Positions, Craig Sheffer guest-starred as James Thomas, in the episode Safe Haven, Sterling Beaumon guest-starred as Jeremy Sayers, a juvenile delinquent and family annihilator who has been hated by his mother ever since he was born.Criminal Minds: 200: Call in Reinforcements
Mare Winningham guest-starred as Nancy Riverton, a mother who allows Jeremy to stay in their home for the night, in the episode Devils Night, Leonard Roberts guest-starred as Kaman Scott, a disfigured serial killer who burns his victims alive during Devils Night, the notorious pre-Halloween celebration.
Sally Kirkland guest-starred as May Walden, an actress from Hollywoods Golden Age who, because of her pregnancy, made only one motion picture. Rachel Miner guest-starred as Molly Grandin, a woman who Gold abducts, in the episode Coda, Lew Temple guest-starred as Bill Thomas, a man who abducts the parents of Sammy Sparks, a boy who has autism.
Mimi Kennedy guest-starred as Sammys social worker Mrs. The wife of one of Bin Laden's informants had been detained. JJ had been working tirelessly trying to gather intell, but the woman refused unless JJ sent a team to rescue her daughter in a nearby camp.
Being a mother herself, JJ knew that reuniting mother and daughter could give them the leverage they needed. However, convincing Strauss and the rest of the team was proving difficult. Emily would have known what to do. The once caring, empathetic blonde had been hardened after months in the field. Will had noticed almost immediately.
They had a catastrophic fight during her recent visit home. Things had only become more strained as time passed. He blamed the stress of the operation and the fact she wouldn't or couldn't give him any details as to what she was working on. She knew he was partially right, but he had no idea the strain was also coming from her doubt of their relationship.
The doubt planted when Emily confessed her love, the doubt that had been plaguing JJ for years. She knew she loved Emily, but she had been too cowardly to admit it. Her time in Afghanistan had changed that part of her for the better. She had witnessed a new level of horrible. She had been quickly reminded how dangerous this mission was and that any wrong move could be her last.
There was no room for cowardice here. It was the last thing Emily had given Henry, before everything that happened with Doyle, as a gift for the the little boy's new big boy room. The blond liaison sighs and shakes any thoughts of Emily away quickly. JJ reaches for the door knob and immediately notices how quiet Henry's room was.
Normally as she was getting ready to go tuck him in for the night, she could hear the five year old's thumping from her spot on the couch.
Oh no, there's been an error
When she came upstairs to his door, he played animatedly on the floor with his toys making various noises and gesturing wildly. Most of the time, he didn't even notice she was there until she called out to him.
Tonight though, the only sounds that could be heard were the sounds of silence. For any other parent, the silence would welcomed break from the usual insanity and chaos that five year olds were capable of committing with an extended period of time alone. But for JJ for some reason, felt a wave of unease at the lack of noise. She didn't know if it was her maternal or profiling instincts, but something just did not feel right. The blond silently chastises herself for not noticing it sooner.
Not wanting to startle the preschooler, in case he was sleeping or preoccupied with something else, JJ carefully cracks the door open a little further than it had been. The sight that the blond is greeted with when she does causes her blood to run cold and her complexion to pale in shock.
Her blue eyes widen as she feels her body stiffen. A figure donned in black from head to toe, who was wearing a matching tactical full face mask, sat in Henry's rocking chair while her son leaned against him. The figure used his gloved hand to brush the blond boy's recently trimmed, short locks down as he looks down at the book. Henry then looks up to the figure and places one of his hands on the mask and smiles shyly after.
The bile begins to rise in her throat as she remembers that the steel, mesh mask that her son innocently poked had just hours ago stared down at a petrified looking Ian Doyle pleading for him to stop. His blood splattered all over the googles as the unsub proceeded to beat him within an inch of his life.
The same look this unsub's victims more than likely had in the final moments of their lives.
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The unsub appeared to be about an inch taller, without the combat boots, than her own five foot seven frame. Whoever this person is, they were a lot shorter than the profile that the team had originally given the police. Because the unsub was wearing head to toe tactical gear and loose clothing, she couldn't definitively determine the gender of the unsub.
But she did know that this unsub was considerably strong. Their last victim, Michael McFadden, was strangled outside of a nightclub that he owned. Then dragged to an open house in a nearby neighborhood, where he was found dangling upside down from a chandler. The unsub lifts his head and glances up at her, as if this person were waiting on her to make a move.
JJ moves her left hand and hovers it over her holstered gun. The unsub subtlety lifts their shirt up to reveal a loaded Sig sitting in a holster, causing the blond to slowly lower her hand. The unsub waits for her to lift her hands up in surrender, before they lower their shirt back down. The movement causes the little boy to look up and then over to the doorway. A big, bright smile appears on Henry's face and bounce up and down on his new friend's lap.
She did not want to take the risk of having Henry think that something was wrong and having him possibly do something to upset the unsub. I'm Steve and this is Bucky. Just like in the movie we saw last week. Did you know Bucky was there with us too. This unsub had been following her for god knows how long and not once did she notice it.
They followed her to the movies with her son. They followed her home and managed to sneak in without her noticing. She wonders how long this unsub had been following her and if the figure tailed any of her other teammates as well? Looking away from Henry, JJ turns her gaze towards the unsub. Does 'Bucky' happen to have a name, little man?
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The people from Hydra might come after him if he tells me. So I call him Bucky. If she walks away from them, the unsub could take Henry or worse. And if she tries to subdue the unsub, whoever it is could hurt Henry and she did not want to take that chance. The profiler takes a few seconds to come up with her last resort that isn't guaranteed to work, especially if Henry doesn't follow along. She keeps her eyes on the unsub. You said that Bucky could come over and read to me anytime.
He quickly hops off the unsub's knee, causing the liaison to squirm a little.
But when the unsub did not respond to the loss of contact, JJ silently sighs in relief. She looks at the little boy curiously, wondering when she said that. She smiles at her son. When she is close enough, she places her hands on his arms and lightly strokes them up and down.
He shakes his head excitedly and JJ pulls him into a hug that ends with a kiss on the forehead. He moves out of his mother's arms and looks over her shoulder towards the unsub.
Tell him we'll be at the office in ten minutes. When you're done, just stay in my room and watch cartoons until I come to get you, alright bud. He nods and makes his way out of his room.
Henry stops and turns around to look at his friend. You'll come back and play with me tomorrow will you? The unsub nods at Henry and the little blond boy runs happily out of the room. When JJ hears her bedroom door shut, she immediately turns around to face the unsub.
She carefully pulls out her glock. As soon as it is out of the holster and gripped in her hand, the masked unsub rises carefully out of the rocking chair. A move that surprises the blond profiler. Considering the way this unsub brutally killed their twelve victims, she was fully prepared for an all out brawl to the finish.
Then again, this could all be a trick and as soon as JJ show a little sign of weakness, the unsub could kill her then. She aims her weapon at the unsub's head and takes a step back. The unsub takes a step forward, with their hand making its way towards their waste. Unfortunately for JJ, her pause was long enough for the unsub to yank the gun from her grasp and knock her to the ground with their shoulder.
She looks up to find the unsub with her gun aimed at her forehead. Breaking into my house and holding me at gunpoint, with my own gun, in my son's room doesn't exactly scream I'm not going to hurt you. The unsub loses control for a moment and angrily shoves the muzzle of the gun deeply into her forehead. The liaison closes her eyes preparing for the shot to come.
She was happy that Henry was in the other room and wouldn't be around to hear or see what was about to happen to her. A couple of minutes go by and the kill shot doesn't come. Instead, the profiler feels the unsub move the muzzle away from her head.
She opens her eyes to see the masked figure point her weapon away from her and unload it. The unsub throws the remaining pieces of the gun to the floor when they're done. The figure then takes a gloved hand and reaches into the holster and unloads the magazine of its Sig. The unsub then points the unloaded gun and in her direction and waves it up and down, telling her to get up.