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29th Jun '16 2:35:36 PM Peridonyx
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** And the AdultFear BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: she likely faces life imprisonment for her RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with no known family or friends left to visit her.]]

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** And the AdultFear BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: she She likely faces life imprisonment for her RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with no known family or friends left to visit her.]]
23rd Jun '16 6:24:05 PM nombretomado
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* TimCurry as the [=UnSub=] in "Our Darkest Hour/The Longest Night" falls squarely into this. It's a far cry from his [[Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow more popular roles]], and it ''works''.

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* TimCurry Creator/TimCurry as the [=UnSub=] in "Our Darkest Hour/The Longest Night" falls squarely into this. It's a far cry from his [[Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow more popular roles]], and it ''works''.
10th Jun '16 9:42:58 AM Movienut376
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**Perhaps worst of all is the UnSub's motive; [[spoiler:a long-time grudge against his old high school football teammates.]]
28th Apr '16 4:44:17 PM Peridonyx
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** Frank's M.O.: First, he gave you a drug that left you immobile and numb, but still aware. Then, he invoked OrganTheft on you before you fainted and died, often under a mirrored ceiling. Meaning he basically made you see ''your own autopsy''.

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** Frank's M.O.: First, he gave you a drug that left you immobile and numb, but still aware. Then, he invoked OrganTheft on you before you fainted and died, often under a mirrored ceiling. Meaning he basically made you see ''your own autopsy''.your '''''own autopsy'''''.



** Likewise, his RoaringRampageOfRevenge involves locking people--guilty or not of his StartOfDarkness--in fiery buildings. And the only survivor suffers such BodyHorror, she likely dies, too, soon after being interviewed. The UnSub's "justice" ultimately makes him far worse than his tormentors.

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** Likewise, his RoaringRampageOfRevenge involves locking people--guilty RoaringRampageOfRevenge? Locking people -- guilty or not of his StartOfDarkness--in StartOfDarkness -- in fiery buildings. And the only survivor suffers such BodyHorror, she likely dies, too, soon after being interviewed. The UnSub's [=UnSub=]'s "justice" ultimately makes him far worse than his tormentors.



* "Epilogue": The UnSub's [[spoiler:{{Hell}}-like NearDeathExperience]]. After that, it's understandable he'd invoke IDidWhatIHadToDo in trying to find a better [[spoiler: afterlife]].

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* "Epilogue": The UnSub's [[spoiler:{{Hell}}-like [[spoiler: {{Hell}}[=-like=] NearDeathExperience]]. After that, it's understandable he'd invoke IDidWhatIHadToDo in trying to find a better [[spoiler: afterlife]].



* "What Happens in Mecklinburg": A [[spoiler: female]] [=UnSub=] in an UncannyValley pig mask sodomizes an [[spoiler: [[AssholeVictim Asshole]]]] VictimOfTheWeek via ''fire iron'' and poisons him via ''hydrochloric acid'' [[spoiler:as {{Revenge}} for the guy himself ''raping and poisoning her'' DeadLittleSister ''into a fatal coma''.]]
** And the end's AdultFear: [[spoiler: she likely faces life imprisonment for her RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with no known family or friends left to visit her.]]

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* "What Happens in Mecklinburg": A [[spoiler: female]] [=UnSub=] in an UncannyValley pig mask sodomizes an [[spoiler: [[AssholeVictim Asshole]]]] VictimOfTheWeek via ''fire iron'' '''''fire iron''''' and poisons him via ''hydrochloric acid'' [[spoiler:as '''''hydrochloric acid''''' [[spoiler: as {{Revenge}} for the guy he himself ''raping '''''raping and poisoning her'' her DeadLittleSister ''into into a fatal coma''.coma'''''.]]
** And the end's AdultFear: AdultFear BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: she likely faces life imprisonment for her RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with no known family or friends left to visit her.]]



* "Nelson's Sparrow": [[spoiler: [[WhamEpisode Gideon's death]], and the [=UnSub=] [[NeckSnap Neck Snapping]] one of his ''own'' birds just to scare his victim.]]

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* "Nelson's Sparrow": [[spoiler: [[WhamEpisode Gideon's death]], and the [=UnSub=] [[NeckSnap Neck Snapping]] {{Neck Snap}}ping one of his ''own'' '''''own''''' birds just to scare his victim.]]



** Remember the "Poison" (Season 1) moment above? Well, this [=UnSub=] copies it ''repeatedly''. And these times, there aren't just ''near''-deaths.

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** Remember the "Poison" (Season 1) moment above? Well, this [=UnSub=] copies it ''repeatedly''. '''''repeatedly'''''. And these times, there aren't just ''near''-deaths.'''''near'''''-deaths.



** The [=UnSub's=] sheer {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry rivals even those of guys like Foyet and The Replicator, despite this guy not being a seasonal BigBad like them.

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** The [=UnSub's=] sheer {{Magnificent Bastard}}ry rivals even those of guys like Foyet and The Replicator, despite this guy him not being a seasonal BigBad like them.



** The VillainOfTheWeek: a [[spoiler: schizophrenic]] VigilanteMan [[spoiler: thinking he's]] killing {{Asshole Victim}}s, when he's [[spoiler: only killing innocents in the wrong places at the wrong times.]]

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** The VillainOfTheWeek: a [[spoiler: schizophrenic]] VigilanteMan [[spoiler: thinking he's]] killing {{Asshole Victim}}s, when he's [[spoiler: only [[spoiler:only killing innocents in the wrong places at the wrong times.]]



** [[spoiler: A human-trafficking ring selling hostages to {{Serial Killer}}s so they can "have fun" without risky hunting. And the end shows the BAU going ''around the nation'' busting the ring's allies, clients, etc.]]

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** [[spoiler: A human-trafficking ring selling hostages to {{Serial Killer}}s so they can "have fun" without risky hunting. And the end shows the BAU going ''around '''''around the nation'' nation''''' busting the ring's allies, clients, etc.]]
11th Mar '16 2:07:10 PM RichardX1
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* "The Itch" demonstrates just how... ''creative'' the show can get when displaying an [=UnSub's=] delusions. This time around? The poor bastard thinks he has ''bugs'' beneath his skin. It's... [[Squick difficult to watch]] , to say the least.

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* "The Itch" demonstrates just how... ''creative'' the show can get when displaying an [=UnSub's=] delusions. This time around? The poor bastard thinks he has ''bugs'' beneath his skin. It's... [[Squick [[{{Squick}} difficult to watch]] , to say the least.



* The episode "Badge and Gun", has the [=Unsub=] of the week posing as a FBI agent to get himself into women's home and suffocate them to death, playing on their fear of a earlier unrelated murder or sexual assault against a woman that happened in the area (which he takes advantage of) and their wish to be safe and wanting to catch the criminal. Regardless how people actually about FBI, in the end it is expected that the FBI agents to help the people and seeing some unsub using them as a tool of murder to earn a unsuspecting victim's trust is plain scary.

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* The episode "Badge and Gun", has the [=Unsub=] [=UnSub=] of the week posing as a FBI agent to get himself into women's home and suffocate them to death, playing on their fear of a earlier unrelated murder or sexual assault against a woman that happened in the area (which he takes advantage of) and their wish to be safe and wanting to catch the criminal. Regardless how people actually about FBI, in the end it is expected that the FBI agents to help the people and seeing some unsub [=UnSub=] using them as a tool of murder to earn a unsuspecting victim's trust is plain scary.
25th Feb '16 1:46:32 PM Summonwind
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* During the episode "Awake," the [=UnSub=] told authorities that a man with a skull tattoo was there moments before his daughter was kidnapped and eventually murdered. The BAU thought that he might have been hallucinating or his mind playing tricks on him as he was severely sleep deprived at the time and he might have just imagining the guy. What is scary though at the end of the episode it shows that guy is real and he is targeting another girl on the other side of the country and the BAU doesn't know about it (yet but who knows how long till someone connects the dots)

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* During the episode "Awake," the [=UnSub=] told authorities that a man with a skull tattoo was there moments before his daughter was kidnapped and eventually murdered. The BAU thought that he might have been hallucinating or his mind playing tricks on him as he was severely sleep deprived at the time and he might have just imagining the guy. What is scary though at the end of the episode it shows that guy is real and he is targeting another girl on the other side of the country and the BAU doesn't know about it (yet but who knows how long till someone connects the dots)dots)
* The episode "Badge and Gun", has the [=Unsub=] of the week posing as a FBI agent to get himself into women's home and suffocate them to death, playing on their fear of a earlier unrelated murder or sexual assault against a woman that happened in the area (which he takes advantage of) and their wish to be safe and wanting to catch the criminal. Regardless how people actually about FBI, in the end it is expected that the FBI agents to help the people and seeing some unsub using them as a tool of murder to earn a unsuspecting victim's trust is plain scary.
22nd Jan '16 12:08:28 PM ladyofthelibrary
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'''Don't say you weren't warned about the spoilers and the {{squick}}.''' [[SarcasmMode Sweet dreams]].

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'''Don't say you weren't warned about the spoilers and the {{squick}}.{{Squick}}.''' [[SarcasmMode Sweet dreams]].



* The [=UnSub's=] monologue near the end of "Somebody's Watching" is ''really'' creepy, not helped by the fact there's at least 3 mirrors showing [[spoiler:her]] increasingly deranged face all throughout.

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* The [=UnSub's=] [=UnSub=]'s monologue near the end of "Somebody's Watching" is ''really'' creepy, not helped by the fact there's at least 3 mirrors showing [[spoiler:her]] [[spoiler: her]] increasingly deranged face all throughout.



** Hell, just the idea of [[spoiler:your best friend from your childhood ending up obsessing over you to the point that she's willing to kill anyone she thinks is a "threat" to you]]. Lilah is clearly shell shocked once [[spoiler:Maggie]] is subdued.

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** Hell, just the idea of [[spoiler:your [[spoiler: your best friend from your childhood ending up obsessing over you to the point that she's willing to kill anyone she thinks is a "threat" to you]]. Lilah is clearly shell shocked once [[spoiler:Maggie]] [[spoiler: Maggie]] is subdued.



* "The Boogeyman": Had a terrifying [=UnSub=] who beat children to death with a baseball bat. [[spoiler:And is a child as well.]] When Gideon asked the [=UnSub=] why he murdered those children, the response was "Because I wanted to."

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* "The Boogeyman": Had a terrifying [=UnSub=] who beat children to death with a baseball bat. [[spoiler:And [[spoiler: And is a child as well.]] When Gideon asked the [=UnSub=] why he murdered those children, the response was "Because I wanted to."



** What's worse is that [[spoiler:the UnSub's plan ''worked''. He got exactly what he wanted and gives himself up to the police easily once they find him, which is in the cell he kept the friends in with the body of one of them ''still there'']].

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** What's worse is that [[spoiler:the [[spoiler: the UnSub's plan ''worked''. He got exactly what he wanted and gives himself up to the police easily once they find him, which is in the cell he kept the friends in with the body of one of them ''still there'']].



* "No Way Out Part II": Frank's return is pretty much the most horrifying thing ever. There were victims that came back from previous episodes only to be killed. The victim from the "Fisher King" two-parter had a rough life. [[labelnote:Long and spoilered rotten explantion]] First, when she was a little girl, her family died in a fire. When she was about sixteen and just getting adjusted to this whole adoption thing, she got kidnapped by a psychotic, horribly disfigured man with an obsession with Arthurian legends and kept chained to a bed in the basement. Then he commits suicide by bomb, setting the house on fire. Oh, he's her father, who was just driven insane by the fire that killed the rest of the family. Although she rescued by the FBI at the last minute, barely a year later she got kidnapped by ''another'' psychotic freak, only instead of keeping her chained up in the basement, this one injected her with ketamine, which left her conscious, aware, and totally incapable of movement while he eviscerated her. Because he wants to prove a point to an FBI agent she had never met.[[/labelnote]]
* "Ashes and Dust": Pretty scary episode overall, but one of the murders is up there as one of the scariest in the whole show. A father and his two kids are leaving their house and get into their car, where the [=UnSub=] appears and begins pouring petrol over the vehicle. We see the father and kids screaming for help as they realise they're locked inside, and the [=UnSub=] sets the car on fire and leaves. Cut to outside, the entire garage explodes in a fireball. An aversion of InfantImmortality.

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* "No Way Out Part II": Frank's return is pretty much the most horrifying thing ever. There were victims that came back from previous episodes only to be killed. The victim from the "Fisher King" two-parter had a rough life. [[labelnote:Long [[labelnote: Long and spoilered rotten explantion]] explanation]] First, when she was a little girl, her family died in a fire. When she was about sixteen and just getting adjusted to this whole adoption thing, she got kidnapped by a psychotic, horribly disfigured man with an obsession with Arthurian legends and kept chained to a bed in the basement. Then he commits suicide by bomb, setting the house on fire. Oh, he's her father, who was just driven insane by the fire that killed the rest of the family. Although she rescued by the FBI at the last minute, barely a year later she got kidnapped by ''another'' psychotic freak, only instead of keeping her chained up in the basement, this one injected her with ketamine, which left her conscious, aware, and totally incapable of movement while he eviscerated her. Because he wants to prove a point to an FBI agent she had never met.[[/labelnote]]
* "Ashes and Dust": Pretty scary episode overall, but one of the murders is up there as one of the scariest in the whole show. A father and his two kids are leaving their house and get into their car, where the [=UnSub=] appears and begins pouring petrol over the vehicle. We see the father and kids screaming for help as they realise realize they're locked inside, and the [=UnSub=] sets the car on fire and leaves. Cut to outside, the entire garage explodes in a fireball. An aversion of InfantImmortality.



** During the raid on the [=UnSub's=] house they find industrial cookware, a freezer full of bodies which have been dismembered and had their throats slit and ''a demonic altar'', the walls of which are covered in blood, disturbing paintings and shelves crammed full of books on the nature of evil and homemade cookbooks about how to properly prepare human limbs for consumption.

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** During the raid on the [=UnSub's=] [=UnSub=]'s house they find industrial cookware, a freezer full of bodies which have been dismembered and had their throats slit and ''a demonic altar'', the walls of which are covered in blood, disturbing paintings and shelves crammed full of books on the nature of evil and homemade cookbooks about how to properly prepare human limbs for consumption.



* The [=UnSub's=] sociopathic apathy after [[spoiler:she's]] found out in "Seven Seconds".

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* The [=UnSub's=] [=UnSub=]'s sociopathic apathy after [[spoiler:she's]] [[spoiler: she's]] found out in "Seven Seconds".



** Likewise, his RoaringRampageOfRevenge involves locking people--guilty or not of his StartOfDarkness--in fiery buildings. And the only survivor suffers such BodyHorror, she likely dies, too, soon after being interviewed. The Unsub's "justice" ultimately makes him far worse than his tormentors.

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** Likewise, his RoaringRampageOfRevenge involves locking people--guilty or not of his StartOfDarkness--in fiery buildings. And the only survivor suffers such BodyHorror, she likely dies, too, soon after being interviewed. The Unsub's UnSub's "justice" ultimately makes him far worse than his tormentors.



* "Cradle to Grave": Think of it like the most gore and foul horror hentai being filmed. Young women are kidnapped, locked in a prison, impregnated, left alone when she's about to labor and the only possible help is from the other prisoner. Either she will be killed if she doesn't give birth to a baby boy or the unsub will impregnate her again until they can find a substitute. Even though the viewers know this by description of one of the victim, the mental image of it is devastating.

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* "Cradle to Grave": Think of it like the most gore and foul horror hentai being filmed. Young women are kidnapped, locked in a prison, impregnated, left alone when she's about to labor and the only possible help is from the other prisoner. Either she will be killed if she doesn't give birth to a baby boy or the unsub [=UnSub=] will impregnate her again until they can find a substitute. Even though the viewers know this by description of one of the victim, the mental image of it is devastating.



** Also, what the Buddist family of one of the victims believed had happened to her soul because of the removal of her eyes. The Grandmother of the victim claimed to have seen her blind, tormented ghost. And if the victims eyes could never be recovered, she would remain that way forever.

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** Also, what the Buddist Buddhist family of one of the victims believed had happened to her soul because of the removal of her eyes. The Grandmother of the victim claimed to have seen her blind, tormented ghost. And if the victims eyes could never be recovered, she would remain that way forever.



* "Reflection of Desire": The [=UnSub=] carrying his [[spoiler:long dead]] mother out of the house with [[spoiler:another girl's lips sewn onto her face]], all set to a hallucination of rapturous applause from an adoring, starstruck crowd of 1950s photographers.

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* "Reflection of Desire": The [=UnSub=] carrying his [[spoiler:long [[spoiler: long dead]] mother out of the house with [[spoiler:another [[spoiler: another girl's lips sewn onto her face]], all set to a hallucination of rapturous applause from an adoring, starstruck crowd of 1950s photographers.



* "Epilogue": The Unsub's [[spoiler:{{Hell}}-like NearDeathExperience]]. After that, it's understandable he'd invoke IDidWhatIHadToDo in trying to find a better [[spoiler:afterlife]].

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* "Epilogue": The Unsub's UnSub's [[spoiler:{{Hell}}-like NearDeathExperience]]. After that, it's understandable he'd invoke IDidWhatIHadToDo in trying to find a better [[spoiler:afterlife]].[[spoiler: afterlife]].



** Oh, and the [=Unsub's=] method of disposing of the kids he's grown tired of? ''Burying them alive.''

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** Oh, and the [=Unsub's=] [=UnSub's=] method of disposing of the kids he's grown tired of? ''Burying them alive.''



* "The Good Earth." It involves an hypochondriac woman that believes that her (non-existent) skin disease can only be cured by eating crops fertilized with human remains, so she kidnaps fit young men, strips them, holds them captive in her barn, forcefeeds them a strange soup made of soil additives and animal feed via tube, and chops them one-by-one into little pieces that she later fertilizes her tomatoes with. At one point she also kidnaps a pregnant woman, slices her belly open with a knife ''while she is still conscious'', takes the placenta, and ''attempts to feed it to her daughter''. NauseaFuel doesn't even begin to describe it. This gets worse if you're a reader of ''Blog/STFUParents'' and have seen what some people actually DO with their placentas.

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* "The Good Earth." It involves an hypochondriac woman that believes that her (non-existent) skin disease can only be cured by eating crops fertilized with human remains, so she kidnaps fit young men, strips them, holds them captive in her barn, forcefeeds force-feeds them a strange soup made of soil additives and animal feed via tube, and chops them one-by-one into little pieces that she later fertilizes her tomatoes with. At one point she also kidnaps a pregnant woman, slices her belly open with a knife ''while she is still conscious'', takes the placenta, and ''attempts to feed it to her daughter''. NauseaFuel doesn't even begin to describe it. This gets worse if you're a reader of ''Blog/STFUParents'' and have seen what some people actually DO with their placentas.



*** The scene with the audience of toys at the end is just... unsettling. Hell, the [[PsychopathicManchild sheer, childish insanity]] of this particular unsub is incredibly creepy.

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*** The scene with the audience of toys at the end is just... unsettling. Hell, the [[PsychopathicManchild sheer, childish insanity]] of this particular unsub [=UnSub=] is incredibly creepy.



**** It gets even creepier when we discover that the unsub's partner is [[spoiler:actually a puppet]].
* Reid's nightmare in Zugzwang where he maries his girlfriend and discovers she has no face.

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**** It gets even creepier when we discover that the unsub's UnSub's partner is [[spoiler:actually [[spoiler: actually a puppet]].
* Reid's nightmare in Zugzwang where he maries marries his girlfriend and discovers she has no face.



* "All That Remains." Imagine that your wife mysteriously disappeared during a blackout [[spoiler:when a separate identity from yours takes over]] and your two daughters vanish immediately a year after. Later you learn that [[spoiler:your oldest daughter killed both your younger daughter and wife and had planned everything out, including framing you for your wife's disappearance.]]
** Something small, but given the identity of the Unsub, it becomes terrifying: After the Unsub's arrest, JJ [[spoiler:looks through her mother's real estate book and finds a pearl necklace and wedding ring]]. Reid walks up behind her and says something that makes the Unsub even creepier.
-->'''Reid:''' [[spoiler:Trophies.]]
* Broken: when we learn what [[spoiler: the camp did to turn gay teens straight: they take their belongings, erase everything they don't deem "masculine" enough, put them in jump-suits like they were in Guantanamo, force them to follow a time-table that leaves no room for individual time, '''take away their mean of communication with the outside''', force them to watch straight porn while God knows what substance is being put in their bloodstream, pay a female child molesting prostitute to rape them, all of this with [[MoralEventHorizon the aknowledgement of the kid's parents]] ]]. The episode unsub manages to [[spoiler: kill and mutilate six people, try to force his best friend to rape his father before murdering them both]] and he ends up looking more sympathetic and less creepy that [[spoiler: the camp]]

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* "All That Remains." Imagine that your wife mysteriously disappeared during a blackout [[spoiler:when [[spoiler: when a separate identity from yours takes over]] and your two daughters vanish immediately a year after. Later you learn that [[spoiler:your [[spoiler: your oldest daughter killed both your younger daughter and wife and had planned everything out, including framing you for your wife's disappearance.]]
** Something small, but given the identity of the Unsub, UnSub, it becomes terrifying: After the Unsub's UnSub's arrest, JJ [[spoiler:looks [[spoiler: looks through her mother's real estate book and finds a pearl necklace and wedding ring]]. Reid walks up behind her and says something that makes the Unsub UnSub even creepier.
-->'''Reid:''' [[spoiler:Trophies.[[spoiler: Trophies.]]
* Broken: when we learn what [[spoiler: the camp did to turn gay teens straight: they take their belongings, erase everything they don't deem "masculine" enough, put them in jump-suits like they were in Guantanamo, force them to follow a time-table that leaves no room for individual time, '''take away their mean of communication with the outside''', force them to watch straight porn while God knows what substance is being put in their bloodstream, pay a female child molesting prostitute to rape them, all of this with [[MoralEventHorizon the aknowledgement acknowledgement of the kid's parents]] ]]. The episode unsub [=UnSub=] manages to [[spoiler: kill and mutilate six people, try to force his best friend to rape his father before murdering them both]] and he ends up looking more sympathetic and less creepy that [[spoiler: the camp]]



** [[spoiler:And then the Replicator uses the same poison on Rossi. The resulting hallucinations and confrontation in Morgan's office are ''chilling''.]]

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** [[spoiler:And [[spoiler: And then the Replicator uses the same poison on Rossi. The resulting hallucinations and confrontation in Morgan's office are ''chilling''.]]



** The unsub's hallucinations are profoundly creepy. He sees his first victim ''everywhere'' even over old ladies at a restaurant by the end and over ''his own mother'' at one point. But worse is that [[spoiler: the hallucination often takes the form of his ''conscience'' reminding him that his first victim did love him once, but ''he's'' the reason the relationship went south by going {{Yandere}} on her]], and how she sporadically teleports from across the room to right in front of him during their "conversations".

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** The unsub's UnSub's hallucinations are profoundly creepy. He sees his first victim ''everywhere'' even over old ladies at a restaurant by the end and over ''his own mother'' at one point. But worse is that [[spoiler: the hallucination often takes the form of his ''conscience'' reminding him that his first victim did love him once, but ''he's'' the reason the relationship went south by going {{Yandere}} on her]], and how she sporadically teleports from across the room to right in front of him during their "conversations".



* "To Bear Witness" is all kinds of creepy. The unsub [[spoiler: kidnaps his sister and her boyfriend and lobotomises both of them, as well as putting cameras in their eyes so he can watch what they see and show it to the world if he wishes. This is because he's always felt overshadowed by his sister. Oh, and let's not forget that he practised lobotomy on another person before his sister and her boyfriend, before he then killed that person.]]

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* "To Bear Witness" is all kinds of creepy. The unsub [=UnSub=] [[spoiler: kidnaps his sister and her boyfriend and lobotomises lobotomizes both of them, as well as putting cameras in their eyes so he can watch what they see and show it to the world if he wishes. This is because he's always felt overshadowed by his sister. Oh, and let's not forget that he practised practiced lobotomy on another person before his sister and her boyfriend, before he then killed that person.]]



* "What Happens in Mecklinburg": A [[spoiler:female]] [=UnSub=] in an UncannyValley pig mask sodomizes an [[spoiler:[[AssholeVictim Asshole]]]] VictimOfTheWeek via ''fire iron'' and poisons him via ''hydrochloric acid'' [[spoiler:as {{Revenge}} for the guy himself ''raping and poisoning her'' DeadLittleSister ''into a fatal coma''.]]
** And the end's AdultFear: [[spoiler:she likely faces life imprisonment for her RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with no known family or friends left to visit her.]]
* "Rabid": The unsub [[spoiler:infecting people with rabies is bad enough, but then we figure out how. He started with one man, infected through an animal bite, then kidnapped someone else for that man to infect. Then he keeps the chain going by continually kidnapping new people to be bitten and infected. We get to see his latest victim of the disease in all her glory, spitting and foaming and ranting as she succumbs completely and eventually slips into a coma after she's rescued. And the unsub's motive? Nothing but pure sadism. He records his victims sufferings because he's obsessed with the disease.]]
* "Blood Relations" has some of the most brutal on-screen killings of the season, with the unsubs preferred method being strangulation with ''razor wire''.

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* "What Happens in Mecklinburg": A [[spoiler:female]] [[spoiler: female]] [=UnSub=] in an UncannyValley pig mask sodomizes an [[spoiler:[[AssholeVictim [[spoiler: [[AssholeVictim Asshole]]]] VictimOfTheWeek via ''fire iron'' and poisons him via ''hydrochloric acid'' [[spoiler:as {{Revenge}} for the guy himself ''raping and poisoning her'' DeadLittleSister ''into a fatal coma''.]]
** And the end's AdultFear: [[spoiler:she [[spoiler: she likely faces life imprisonment for her RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with no known family or friends left to visit her.]]
* "Rabid": The unsub [[spoiler:infecting [=UnSub=] [[spoiler: infecting people with rabies is bad enough, but then we figure out how. He started with one man, infected through an animal bite, then kidnapped someone else for that man to infect. Then he keeps the chain going by continually kidnapping new people to be bitten and infected. We get to see his latest victim of the disease in all her glory, spitting and foaming and ranting as she succumbs completely and eventually slips into a coma after she's rescued. And the unsub's UnSub's motive? Nothing but pure sadism. He records his victims victims' sufferings because he's obsessed with the disease.]]
* "Blood Relations" has some of the most brutal on-screen killings of the season, with the unsubs UnSub's preferred method being strangulation with ''razor wire''.



** The identity of the unsub - [[spoiler:the bastard child of an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous relationship]] between two siblings, that left the guy horribly deformed. The girl gave him up for adoption, and now he's back all these years later to systematically murder her and her brother's family to get to her.]]

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** The identity of the unsub UnSub - [[spoiler:the [[spoiler: the bastard child of an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous relationship]] between two siblings, that left the guy horribly deformed. The girl gave him up for adoption, and now he's back all these years later to systematically murder her and her brother's family to get to her.]]



* The unsub in "A Thousand Suns" managed to hack a plane and forced it to crash and he was willing to do it a second time and would continue doing it most likely. Not only that it is implied that it can happened in real life under the right circumstances and right equipment someday especially with new technology and new innovation being created as the years go by. Imagine the damage a terrorist, disgruntled employee, a cold-hearted killer and other kinds of people can do with that kind of technology. Another reason to fear of using airplanes.

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* The unsub [=UnSub=] in "A Thousand Suns" managed to hack a plane and forced it to crash and he was willing to do it a second time and would continue doing it most likely. Not only that it is implied that it can happened in real life under the right circumstances and right equipment someday especially with new technology and new innovation being created as the years go by. Imagine the damage a terrorist, disgruntled employee, a cold-hearted killer and other kinds of people can do with that kind of technology. Another reason to fear of using airplanes.



* "If the Shoe Fits"' [=UnSub=] is [[spoiler: a nice, sweet young lady, more a girl than anything, who believes that life is a fairytail, and searches for her Prince Charming so that she can have her happily ever after. But god help you if you dare break her fantasy, because she'll break your skull in return.]]

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* "If the Shoe Fits"' [=UnSub=] is [[spoiler: a nice, sweet young lady, more a girl than anything, who believes that life is a fairytail, fairy tale, and searches for her Prince Charming so that she can have her happily ever after. But god help you if you dare break her fantasy, because she'll break your skull in return.]]



* "Nelson's Sparrow": [[spoiler:[[WhamEpisode Gideon's death]], and the [=UnSub=] [[NeckSnap Neck Snapping]] one of his ''own'' birds just to scare his victim.]]

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* "Nelson's Sparrow": [[spoiler:[[WhamEpisode [[spoiler: [[WhamEpisode Gideon's death]], and the [=UnSub=] [[NeckSnap Neck Snapping]] one of his ''own'' birds just to scare his victim.]]



** The VillainOfTheWeek: a [[spoiler:schizophrenic]] VigilanteMan [[spoiler:thinking he's]] killing {{Asshole Victim}}s, when he's [[spoiler:only killing innocents in the wrong places at the wrong times.]]

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** The VillainOfTheWeek: a [[spoiler:schizophrenic]] [[spoiler: schizophrenic]] VigilanteMan [[spoiler:thinking [[spoiler: thinking he's]] killing {{Asshole Victim}}s, when he's [[spoiler:only [[spoiler: only killing innocents in the wrong places at the wrong times.]]



** [[spoiler:A human-trafficking ring selling hostages to {{Serial Killer}}s so they can "have fun" without risky hunting. And the end shows the BAU going ''around the nation'' busting the ring's allies, clients, etc.]]

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* During the episode "Awake," the unsub told authorities that a man with a skull tattoo was there moments before his daughter was kidnapped and eventually murdered. The BAU thought that he might have been hallucinating or his mind playing tricks on him as he was severely sleep deprived at the time and he might have just imagining the guy. What is scary though at the end of the episode it shows that guy is real and he is targeting another girl on the other side of the country and the BAU doesn't know about it (yet but who knows how long till someone connects the dots)

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** [[spoiler:A [[spoiler: A human-trafficking ring selling hostages to {{Serial Killer}}s so they can "have fun" without risky hunting. And the end shows the BAU going ''around the nation'' busting the ring's allies, clients, etc.]]

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* During the episode "Awake," the unsub [=UnSub=] told authorities that a man with a skull tattoo was there moments before his daughter was kidnapped and eventually murdered. The BAU thought that he might have been hallucinating or his mind playing tricks on him as he was severely sleep deprived at the time and he might have just imagining the guy. What is scary though at the end of the episode it shows that guy is real and he is targeting another girl on the other side of the country and the BAU doesn't know about it (yet but who knows how long till someone connects the dots)
13th Jan '16 11:03:29 PM Summonwind
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6th Jan '16 10:31:17 PM Doug86
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** Frankie Muniz's character, Johnny, suffers a catastrophic mental breakdown in response to witnessing the brutal rape and murder of his girlfriend by a group of gangsters, and being left for dead [[{{Squick}} with his intestines hanging out]]. As a FrankMiller-style comic-book writer and artist (Miller is in fact quoted by Garcia at the end of the episode), he begins drawing some horrifyingly dark comics about a shadowy warrior that kills evil demon creatures by disemboweling them and slicing them up. The plot twist of course being that members of the gang are turning up [[OhCrap in suspiciously similar poses to those that appear in Johnny's art]]. In the end, it turns out Johnny character has gone out and slaughtered every single one of the bastards that ruined his life - whether this is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome or not is for the viewer to decide - with the agents finding the final body so gored it's not shown onscreen. Prentiss is visibly shaken by the whole thing, which leads to some ParanoiaFuel - any one of us could end up as hopelessly insane as Johnny did. Johnny is now locked up in a padded cell with his girlfriend's mobile phone, [[TearJerker incessantly listening to her voicemail, hoping one day she'll pick up]]. End episode. [[INeedAFreakingDrink Have some Kleenex and/or vodka ready.]]

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** Frankie Muniz's character, Johnny, suffers a catastrophic mental breakdown in response to witnessing the brutal rape and murder of his girlfriend by a group of gangsters, and being left for dead [[{{Squick}} with his intestines hanging out]]. As a FrankMiller-style Creator/FrankMiller-style comic-book writer and artist (Miller is in fact quoted by Garcia at the end of the episode), he begins drawing some horrifyingly dark comics about a shadowy warrior that kills evil demon creatures by disemboweling them and slicing them up. The plot twist of course being that members of the gang are turning up [[OhCrap in suspiciously similar poses to those that appear in Johnny's art]]. In the end, it turns out Johnny character has gone out and slaughtered every single one of the bastards that ruined his life - whether this is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome or not is for the viewer to decide - with the agents finding the final body so gored it's not shown onscreen. Prentiss is visibly shaken by the whole thing, which leads to some ParanoiaFuel - any one of us could end up as hopelessly insane as Johnny did. Johnny is now locked up in a padded cell with his girlfriend's mobile phone, [[TearJerker incessantly listening to her voicemail, hoping one day she'll pick up]]. End episode. [[INeedAFreakingDrink Have some Kleenex and/or vodka ready.]]
6th Jan '16 10:25:55 AM nichael_bluth
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** At the very end of "... And Back" has the death montage of both the Turner brothers. The black ex-soldier who got the BAU team to come in and investigate because the Turners got his sister, only to find out by the time they get to the farm she's already dead, calmly picks up a shotgun and comes into the house to shoot Mason. And Mason... ''smiles at him''.

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** At the very end of "... And Back" has the death montage of both the Turner brothers. The black ex-soldier who got the BAU team to come in and investigate because the Turners got his sister, only to find out by the time they get to the farm she's already dead, calmly picks up a shotgun and comes into the house to shoot Mason. And Mason... ''smiles at him''.
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