History Series / CriminalMinds

4th Jun '17 10:46:30 PM chinosarah
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** In the episode "Red Light," [[spoiler: Cat Adams tries to convince Reid that she's pregnant with his child due to her lover's rape of him by Mexico in order to get a sperm sample.]]
4th Jun '17 10:39:15 PM chinosarah
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*** "Spencer"
*** "Green Light"
*** "Red Light"
29th May '17 12:14:12 PM nombretomado
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** A WhiteCollar conman who's juggling too many aliases is described as a [[Series/{{Leverage}} functioning alcoholic]].

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** A WhiteCollar Series/WhiteCollar conman who's juggling too many aliases is described as a [[Series/{{Leverage}} functioning alcoholic]].
24th May '17 12:59:46 PM Xtifr
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* EcoTerrorist: One episode had an arsonist who began murdering men involved with corporations accused of being heavy polluters, as well as their families. It turns out he was acting alone, and was nothing more than a sadistic psychopath (he used a suit that allowed him to watch his victims burn up close). His actions disgusted the local environmental group whose website he was using to find his "justifiable" victims, especially the leader, who kills him in an instance of TakingYouWithMe.
17th May '17 3:15:36 AM sayaleviathan
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In 2016 it got another spinoff, ''Series/CriminalMindsBeyondBorders,'' focusing on [[SequelGoesForeign international incidents.]]

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In 2016 it got another spinoff, ''Series/CriminalMindsBeyondBorders,'' focusing on [[SequelGoesForeign international incidents.]]
]] It lasted for two season before it got cancelled due to low ratings.
16th May '17 12:36:52 AM Ominae
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A South Korean remake is due to be aired in 2017.
15th May '17 2:07:05 PM ILoveDogs
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* NoPartyGiven: When politicians show up, they're not usually given a party (although in cases like "A Thin Line", we can usually venture a guess).
12th May '17 12:31:19 AM MusicalMonkey
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* CharacterTitle: "Penelope," "JJ," and "Derek"

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* CharacterTitle: "Penelope," "JJ," "Derek", and "Derek""Spencer"
30th Apr '17 12:50:50 AM Xtifr
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** [=SF=] author and blogger Elizabeth Bear is a ''huge'' and [[http://matociquala.livejournal.com/tag/geeks%20with%20guns vocal]] fan of the series, and someone on the writing staff obviously loves her back; not only was the opening quote in "Lauren" from one of her books, it was from a ''thematically appropriate'' one. Doubly appropriate because Bear was one of the first to vocally support Prentiss' addition to the show.

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** [=SF=] author and blogger Elizabeth Bear Creator/ElizabethBear is a ''huge'' and [[http://matociquala.livejournal.com/tag/geeks%20with%20guns vocal]] fan of the series, and someone on the writing staff obviously loves her back; not only was the opening quote in "Lauren" from one of her books, it was from a ''thematically appropriate'' one. Doubly appropriate because Bear was one of the first to vocally support Prentiss' addition to the show.
20th Apr '17 4:13:25 AM CosmicFerret
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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: This show is such a recurrent offender, it has [[RippedFromTheHeadlines/CriminalMinds its own page]]. At least, the show has a better excuse than ''LawAndOrder'': Since the show's gimmick is profiling, the characters can only solve crimes by literally comparing them to previous, real cases they have studied in their career. Even when these real cases aren't explicitly mentioned, many a true crime aficionado will have little trouble spotting the similarities.

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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: This show is such a recurrent offender, it has [[RippedFromTheHeadlines/CriminalMinds its own page]]. At least, the show has a better excuse than ''LawAndOrder'': ''Franchise/LawAndOrder'': Since the show's gimmick is profiling, the characters can only solve crimes by literally comparing them to previous, real cases they have studied in their career. Even when these real cases aren't explicitly mentioned, many a true crime aficionado will have little trouble spotting the similarities.
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