Season 2 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 24
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 24
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Criminal Minds Season 2 (2006-2007)
|2x01 The Fisher King (2) |
Instead of focusing on the personal aspects of the case, Gideon tells the team to profile the killer as they would in any other investigation. While the team splits up to hunt down ...
|Sep. 20, 2006|
|2x02 P911 |
An ex-profiler, who now heads up the FBI's "Innocent Images" unit, an undercover operation dealing with child pornography, enlists the team to help identify and save the young boy who ...
|Sep. 27, 2006|
|2x03 The Perfect Storm |
The suspects send out DVDs of their actions after each incident, escalating the crimes to include psychological attacks on the victim's families. The FBI profilers determine that they ...
|Oct. 04, 2006|
|2x04 Psychodrama |
The profilers are brought onto the case when it becomes clear that the perpetrator's behavior is escalating from simple crimes for profit to abusing his captives. The team believes ...
|Oct. 11, 2006|
|2x05 Aftermath |
The team is asked to assist with the case when the rapist resumes his crime spree, this time focusing his attention on a different demographic of women. During the investigation, Elle ...
|Oct. 18, 2006|
|2x06 The Boogeyman |
The profilers interrogate the members of a small town in mourning after a second murdered child is discovered in as many weeks. Meanwhile, Elle has trouble recovering and readjusting ...
|Oct. 25, 2006|
|2x07 North Mammon |
When three college athletes disappear the night of a football pep rally, the BAU look to outsiders who didn't attend the rally for clues to the girls' abduction. J.J., originally from ...
|Nov. 01, 2006|
|2x08 Empty Planet |
The Behavioral Analysis Unit must help identify and catch a serial bomber terrorizing the city of Seattle. Through their investigation, the BAU meets Professor Kent, the author of a ...
|Nov. 08, 2006|
|2x09 The Last Word |
Paget Brewster joins the cast as Emily Prentiss, a new agent assigned to the Behavioral Analysis Unit. To her surprise, she has to immediately fight suspicions of nepotism (her parents ...
|Nov. 15, 2006|
|2x10 Lessons Learned |
Gideon, Dr. Reid and new team member Emily Prentiss travel to Guantanamo Bay to interrogate the leader of the terrorist sleeper cell being held prisoner who holds valuable information ...
|Nov. 22, 2006|
|2x11 Sex, Birth, Death |
A troubled young man who fears that he may be a serial killer in the making describes his fantasies about killing prostitutes to Reid. When several hookers turn up dead in the Washington ...
|Nov. 29, 2006|
|2x12 Profiler, Profiled |
When Morgan goes home to see his family in Chicago, he's arrested as a serial killer by a detective who used a profile that Gideon had sent to him after reviewing the case. The team ...
|Dec. 13, 2006|
|2x13 No Way Out |
When the BAU locates the alleged serial killer in a remote desert diner, the local authorities are eager to take action, but Gideon insists that they wait when it becomes evident that ...
|Jan. 17, 2007|
|2x14 The Big Game |
Hotchner and the BAU team fear they are facing a mission-based serial killer, or multiple killers, when a 911 phone call quoting bible passages from Revelations is placed by someone ...
|Feb. 04, 2007|
|2x15 Revelations |
The BAU team's hunt for a serial killer becomes personal when they discover that the unsub has kidnapped Reid and is streaming a live feed of him being beaten and tortured.
|Feb. 07, 2007|
|2x16 Fear and Loathing |
With community leaders in an affluent, predominately white New York suburb fearing the worst, Gideon and the rest of the BAU team arrive to investigate the murders of young African ...
|Feb. 14, 2007|
|2x17 Distress |
The BAU team travels to Houston to investigate a series of seemingly random murders at construction sites. At first, Hotch, Gideon and the team believe they are dealing with a homeless ...
|Feb. 21, 2007|
|2x18 Jones |
The BAU team travels to New Orleans to track a serial killer who is again killing men throughout the city after a 15 month break. New Orleans officials believed that the serial killer ...
|Feb. 28, 2007|
|2x19 Ashes and Dust |
Hotch, Gideon and the BAU team link the arson victims together through corporate development firms accused of building on contaminated land and track their wanted arsonist through a ...
|Mar. 21, 2007|
|2x20 Honor Among Thieves |
Agent Prentiss' mother, a foreign ambassador, enlists the help of the BAU team when a Russian immigrant is kidnapped and held for ransom. While searching for the kidnapped man, whose ...
|Apr. 11, 2007|
|2x21 Open Season |
The BAU team investigates when the bodies of several missing people turn up in a remote section of the Idaho wilderness. After determining that the victims had been taken from one place ...
|May. 02, 2007|
|2x21 Doubt |
After shutting the campus down, Gideon, Hotch and the BAU team create a detailed profile of their UnSub, but when the killings on campus continue after they take a suspect into custody, ...
|2x22 Legacy |
After receiving a tip from a local detective, the team travels to Kansas City to investigate a report of homeless people mysteriously disappearing from the city's streets.
|May. 09, 2007|
|2x23 No Way Out, Part II: The Evilution Of Frank |
Gideon takes off to hunt Frank, an elusive and prolific serial killer, without telling the BAU and the team must profile Gideon as a suspect in order to find them both.
|May. 16, 2007|
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Season 2 Quotes
|Season 2 / Episode 12: - Profiler, Profiled|
Det. Stan Gordinski: Did you get some sleep?
Derek Morgan: You know I didn't.
Det. Stan Gordinski: Slept like a baby myself. Didn't even want to get out of bed.
Derek Morgan: Really? So that wasn't your donut-eating ass on the other side of that glass all night, then, huh?
Det. Dennison: [entering with a case file] Here you go. You want the other ones?
Det. Stan Gordinski: No, just this one right now.
Derek Morgan: Come on, man. You gotta be kidding me, right? Pretend you went home and slept. Put an empty box with my name on it on a table right in front of me? The FBI invented this stuff, you simple bastard. We *teach* it.
|Season 2 / Episode 9: - The Last Word|
Dr. Spencer Reid: The Hollow Man uses simple statements, all first person. Uh, for example, "I won't be ignored." He's obviously tired of feeling this way. It's quite possible he has a job in solitude or one that he feels strips him of his identity. His job might require him to wear a uniform, something that shows absolutely no individuality. Or he may be overqualified for his menial job and feels like he doesn't get the respect that he necessarily deserves.
Aaron Hotchner: But today, he's killed two women, which tells us he's growing confident. This makes him unpredictable and dangerous. And because he has no physical contact with his victims, it's going to make him that much harder to catch.
Derek Morgan: We have more information on the Mill Creek killer, because he spends a lot of time with his victims before and after his kills.
Jason Gideon: Because his victims willingly follow him in broad daylight, he appears harmless. He's most likely handsome.
Agent James Sheridan: Handsome?
Jason Gideon: Yes. These women wouldn't follow an unattractive man. They just wouldn't.
Derek Morgan: He's handsome, and he's got the social skills to trick his victims. Those who know him well, they'd be shocked to learn that he's the man that we're after.
Jason Gideon: He's been able to get his victims away from family, friends. Obviously, this makes him feel powerful.
Agent James Sheridan: If this guy is so smart, why would he risk driving his victims from the abduction site to the woods?
Jason Gideon: Because of the ritual. It's become the most important thing to him. Dominates his thoughts. Woods provide the privacy he needs.
Derek Morgan: The Hollow Man is motivated by external pressures. This is a guy who simply wants attention. The Mill Creek killer, on the other hand, he's driven by internal forces. He's a sexually motivated offender. Now, this makes him a lot more predictable, but don't think for a second it makes him any easier to catch.
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