Friday, October 14, 2011

Criminal Minds Press Release Episode 7.06 "Epilogue"

THE BAU SEARCHES A CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN LAKE WHEN BODIES MYSTERIOUSLY TURN UP THERE, AND ROSSI STRUGGLES WITH A DECISION REGARDING HIS EX-WIFE, ON “CRIMINAL MINDS,” WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2

Isabella Hoffmann Returns as Rossi’s Ex-Wife, Carolyn

Zach Filkins from the Hit Music Group OneRepublic Guest Stars as a Forest Ranger

CHEAT TWEET: It’s no walk in the park for the BAU when they uncover a watery grave in a national forest on #CriminalMinds 11/2 http://bit.ly/nPatGK

“Epilogue” – The BAU search California’s Angeles National Forest after a number of bodies mysteriously turn up in the mountain lakes there. Also, Rossi struggles with an agonizing decision regarding his ex-wife, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Nov. 2 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Isabella Hoffmann returns as Rossi’s ex-wife, Carolyn. Zach Filkins from the hit music group OneRepublic guest stars as a forest ranger.

SERIES REGULARS:
Joe Mantegna (David Rossi)
Thomas Gibson (Aaron Hotchner)
Paget Brewster (Emily Prentiss)
Shemar Moore (Derek Morgan)
Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reid)
A.J. Cook (Jennifer “JJ” Jareau)
Kirsten Vangsness (Penelope Garcia)

GUEST CAST:
Sam Murphy (Chase)
Drew Osborne (Boy/Young Chase)
Michael Scott Allen (Nick)
Douglas Bennett (Daniel/Father)
Colin McGurk (Phinny)
Courtney Hope (Lacey)
Sharline Liu (Dr. Stacey Carroll)
Aubyn Philabaum (Samantha)
Ben Stillwell (Evan)
Karen Sheperd (Katherine)
Isabella Hoffmann (Carolyn)
Zach Filkins (Ranger)

WRITTEN BY: Rick Dunkle
DIRECTED BY: Guy Ferland


Source: CBS

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Criminal Minds Promo Video for Episode 7.05

         

Criminal Minds Talk About episode 7.04 'Painless' Here



THE BAU TEAM MUST ACT WHEN THE SURVIVORS OF A BOISE HIGH SCHOOL MASSACRE FROM 10 YEARS AGO ARE TARGETED BY A NEW SERIAL KILLER, ON “CRIMINAL MINDS,” WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12
“Painless” – Survivors of a Boise high school massacre return to remember the event 10 years later, but the BAU team is called in when a new killer with a similar style targets the survivors. Also, Hotch is worried that his son, Jack, may be a victim of school bullying, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Oct. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. 


Thomas Gibson Interview with Young Hollywood

 

Inside the "Criminal Mind" of Thomas Gibson

The very dashing Thomas Gibson stops by the Studio, and after 7 seasons of playing an FBI Behavioral Analyst on "Criminal Minds", could he be developing a mild case of A.D.D.? He certainly keeps busy off the set, what with his tap dancing, ukulele playing, and slide-tackle golf. He also explains his obsession with posting photos of feet on Twitter and his interesting connection with Tom Cruise. Hosted by Oliver Trevena.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Dorado Falls review


Hi friends! Sorry for the tardy review. This knight had a busy weekend!

In Dorado Falls, the team travels to Charlottesville, VA to investigate a workplace massacre at an internet security company. After thoroughly checking out the crime scene, the team deduces that the company's CEO, Adam Warner, was the main target. Soon after, the team learns of the murders of a husband and wife, Mark and Mary Dolan. The team realizes a connection between the two murders: Luke Dolan. Luke was a Navy SEAL with Warner, and the son of Mark and Mary. The more they learned about Luke, the more it became apparent that he was not living in reality. The BAU contacted Luke's estranged wife, Jenna in fear that she and their daughter Alex may be in danger, and to get more information about Luke from them. The team finds out about a mission from his time in the navy, Dorado Falls, and also that Luke had suffered a car accident prior to the murders. This resulted in a disorder called Capgras, where Luke could recognize the voices of his loved ones, but not their faces. There was a disconnect between the voices and faces in his mind, and he thought his loved ones had been replaced with impostors.

The episode had a very different pace than the previous two episodes this season. It also seemed to "borrow" from a couple Criminal Minds episodes from the past, namely "Distress" from season 2 (because of the PTSD element) and "Penelope" from season 3 (because of the tense confrontation with the unsub in the bullpen followed by a sweet team interaction). Another sub-plot in this episode was that Morgan approached Prentiss about doing some further training since she was away so long, and that Morgan was going to do the training. It comes out that Morgan also wants to do the training for himself. I'm eager to see what will come of this, and what they will show on-screen. The episode was written by Sharon Lee Watson, a newcomer to the Criminal Minds writing team. She has worked on shows such as Lie to Me, Crossing Jordan, and The Unit. I'm excited to see her future episodes.