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11th Jun '16 6:59:16 AM Movienut376
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**Taking absolutely nothing away from Reid, but watch Hotch in that scene; he stands back to the side, letting the BAU's genius work his magic...and his body language is like a coiled spring ready to go if Hardwick so much as twitches in Reid's direction.
4th May '16 7:42:55 PM aye_amber
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* The episode "Derek" is, appropriately, Derek Morgan demonstrating that he is an unparalleled badass from the start to the end. Kidnapped by a team of ex-military expert torturers, beating him with a baton barely raises his heart rate, he has white phosphorus streaked on him and set on fire, and when ''that'' doesn't break him he seizes on a mistake, kills five armed men and heavily wounds the sixth (all, it should be noted, while the WP ''is still burning him''), remembers some of Reid's research in order to find a chemical that stops the burning, and, while doing all this, profiles his kidnappers and figures out he's about to become a father. And then, at the end, pinned to the table with a knife through his hand, he distracts the last enemy so Reid can take him out. And to top it off, proposes to his girlfriend from his hospital bed. The entire situation would have had ''{{Batman}}'' look impressed.

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* The episode "Derek" is, appropriately, Derek Morgan demonstrating that he is an unparalleled badass from the start to the end. Kidnapped by a team of ex-military expert torturers, beating him with a baton barely raises his heart rate, he has white phosphorus streaked on him and set on fire, and when ''that'' doesn't break him he seizes on a mistake, kills five armed men and heavily wounds the sixth (all, it should be noted, while the WP ''is still burning him''), remembers some of Reid's research in order to find a chemical that stops the burning, and, while doing all this, profiles his kidnappers and figures out he's about to become a father. And then, at the end, pinned to the table with a knife through his hand, he distracts the last enemy so Reid can take him out. And to top it off, proposes to his girlfriend from his hospital bed. The entire situation would have had ''{{Batman}}'' ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' look impressed.
29th Mar '16 8:33:45 AM GrecoRomanGuy
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--> '''Aaron Hotchner''': Sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes you do everything right, everything exactly right, and still you feel like you failed. Did it need to end that way? Could something have been done to prevent the tragedy in the first place? Eighty-nine murders at the pig farm. The deaths of Mason and Lucas Turner make ninety-one lives snuffed out. Kelly Shane will go home and try to recover, to reconnect with her family, but she'll never be a child again. William Hightower, who gave his leg for his country, gave the rest of himself to avenge his sister's murder. That makes ninety-three lives, forever altered. Not counting family and friends in a small town in Sornia, Ontario, who thought monsters didn't exist until they learned that they spent their lives with one. And what about my team? How many more times will they be able to look into the abyss? How many more times before they won't ever recover the pieces of themselves that this job takes? Like I said, sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes the day just...ends.

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--> '''Aaron Hotchner''': Sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes you do everything right, everything exactly right, and still you feel like you failed. Did it need to end that way? Could something have been done to prevent the tragedy in the first place? Eighty-nine murders at the pig farm. The deaths of Mason and Lucas Turner make ninety-one lives snuffed out. Kelly Shane will go home and try to recover, to reconnect with her family, but she'll never be a child again. William Hightower, who gave his leg for his country, gave the rest of himself to avenge his sister's murder. That makes ninety-three lives, forever altered. Not counting family and friends in a small town in Sornia, Ontario, who thought monsters didn't exist until they learned that they spent their lives with one. And what about my team? How many more times will they be able to look into the abyss? How many more times before they won't ever recover the pieces of themselves that this job takes? Like I said, sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes the day just...ends.just[[note]] "[[WhamLine You should have taken the deal.]] [[/note]]…ends. [[note]] [[CutToBlack BANG]] [[/note]]
24th Mar '16 5:52:15 AM Movienut376
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** The title of the episode, "Masterpiece", might as well refer to Rossi's gambit instead of Rothchild's caper.
3rd Mar '16 2:35:41 AM KeithM
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* The episode "Derek" is, appropriately, Derek Morgan demonstrating that he is an unparalleled badass from the start to the end. Kidnapped by a team of ex-military expert torturers, beating him with a baton barely raises his heart rate, he has white phosphorus streaked on him and set on fire, and when ''that'' doesn't break him he seizes on a mistake, kills five armed men and heavily wounds the sixth (all, it should be noted, while the WP ''is still burning him''), remembers some of Reid's research in order to find a chemical that stops the burning, and, while doing all this, profiles his kidnappers and figures out he's about to become a father. And then, at the end, pinned to the table with a knife through his hand, he distracts the last enemy so Reid can take him out. And to top it off, proposes to his girlfriend from his hospital bed. The entire situation would make ''{{Batman}}'' look impressed.

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* The episode "Derek" is, appropriately, Derek Morgan demonstrating that he is an unparalleled badass from the start to the end. Kidnapped by a team of ex-military expert torturers, beating him with a baton barely raises his heart rate, he has white phosphorus streaked on him and set on fire, and when ''that'' doesn't break him he seizes on a mistake, kills five armed men and heavily wounds the sixth (all, it should be noted, while the WP ''is still burning him''), remembers some of Reid's research in order to find a chemical that stops the burning, and, while doing all this, profiles his kidnappers and figures out he's about to become a father. And then, at the end, pinned to the table with a knife through his hand, he distracts the last enemy so Reid can take him out. And to top it off, proposes to his girlfriend from his hospital bed. The entire situation would make have had ''{{Batman}}'' look impressed.
3rd Mar '16 2:34:41 AM KeithM
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* The episode "Derek" is, appropriately, Derek Morgan demonstrating that he is an unparalleled badass from the start to the end. Kidnapped by a team of ex-military expert torturers, beating him with a baton barely raises his heart rate, he has white phosphorus streaked on him and set on fire, and when ''that'' doesn't break him he seizes on a mistake, kills five armed men and heavily wounds the sixth (all, it should be noted, while the WP ''is still burning him''), remembers some of Reid's research in order to find a chemical that stops the burning, and, while doing all this, profiles his kidnappers and figures out he's about to become a father. And then, at the end, pinned to the table with a knife through his hand, he distracts the last enemy so Reid can take him out. And to top it off, proposes to his girlfriend from his hospital bed. The entire situation would make ''{{Batman}}'' look impressed.



--> '''Aaron Hotchner''': Sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes you do everything right, everything exactly right, and still you feel like you failed. Did it need to end that way? Could something have been done to prevent the tragedy in the first place? Eighty-nine murders at the pig farm. The deaths of Mason and Lucas Turner make ninety-one lives snuffed out. Kelly Shane will go home and try to recover, to reconnect with her family, but she'll never be a child again. William Hightower, who gave his leg for his country, gave the rest of himself to avenge his sister's murder. That makes ninety-three lives, forever altered. Not counting family and friends in a small town in Sornia, Ontario, who thought monsters didn't exist until they learned that they spent their lives with one. And what about my team? How many more times will they be able to look into the abyss? How many more times before they won't ever recover the pieces of themselves that this job takes? Like I said, sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes the day just...ends.

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--> '''Aaron Hotchner''': Sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes you do everything right, everything exactly right, and still you feel like you failed. Did it need to end that way? Could something have been done to prevent the tragedy in the first place? Eighty-nine murders at the pig farm. The deaths of Mason and Lucas Turner make ninety-one lives snuffed out. Kelly Shane will go home and try to recover, to reconnect with her family, but she'll never be a child again. William Hightower, who gave his leg for his country, gave the rest of himself to avenge his sister's murder. That makes ninety-three lives, forever altered. Not counting family and friends in a small town in Sornia, Ontario, who thought monsters didn't exist until they learned that they spent their lives with one. And what about my team? How many more times will they be able to look into the abyss? How many more times before they won't ever recover the pieces of themselves that this job takes? Like I said, sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what's happened that day. Sometimes the day just...ends.
22nd Jan '16 12:17:08 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Kelly Shane in "To Hell...And Back" (the two part finale to Season 4). She managed talk her way into get outside to call for help; even though she had to be rescued, she's still the main reason Garcia managed to find the area she was in.
* Austin of "52 Pickup" remembered what Reid told her about the unsub's behavior and recognized him from the description, getting the future victim away, albeit at the cost of becoming the new one when she slipped outside to call the BAU.

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* Kelly Shane in "To Hell...And Back" (the two part finale to Season 4). She managed to talk her way into get getting outside to call for help; even though she had to be rescued, she's still the main reason Garcia managed to find the area she was in.
* Austin of "52 Pickup" remembered what Reid told her about the unsub's UnSub's behavior and recognized him from the description, getting the future victim away, albeit at the cost of becoming the new one when she slipped outside to call the BAU.



* The teen girl from "JJ". She is kidnapped and left to die in shark infested waters by a boy she'd rejected. Amazingly she manages to survive by climbing and clinging to a water buoy for hours until seach and rescue finds her.

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* The teen girl from "JJ". She is kidnapped and left to die in shark infested waters by a boy she'd rejected. Amazingly she manages to survive by climbing and clinging to a water buoy for hours until seach search and rescue finds her.



* The brother Andy from "Amelia Porter" placates the unsub and convinces him that he's only trying to help, all to protect his [[BigBrotherInstinct sister]]. The first chance he gets though he drives the car into a ditch in an attempt to kill the unsub.

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* The brother Andy from "Amelia Porter" placates the unsub UnSub and convinces him that he's only trying to help, all to protect his [[BigBrotherInstinct sister]]. The first chance he gets though he drives the car into a ditch in an attempt to kill the unsub.UnSub.
14th Jan '16 8:03:59 PM KeithM
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* Reid's entire interaction with the assassin in "Entropy" was awesome from start to finish, highlighter by his calm BadssBoast

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* Reid's entire interaction with the assassin in "Entropy" was awesome from start to finish, highlighter by among the highlights being his calm BadssBoastBadassBoast
14th Jan '16 8:03:13 PM KeithM
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* Reid's entire interaction with the assassin in "Entropy" was awesome from start to finish, highlighter by his calm BadssBoast
-->'''Reid:''' You don't get everything you want just because you're pointing a gun at me under a table. You're not the first killer to point a gun at me, you're not even the first ''woman'' to point a gun at me. Sorry.

6th Jan '16 10:31:46 PM Doug86
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* The FrankMiller-esque vigilante scenes from "True Night" are an ArtShift Moment of Awesome for the show's production crew.

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* The FrankMiller-esque Creator/FrankMiller-esque vigilante scenes from "True Night" are an ArtShift Moment of Awesome for the show's production crew.
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