It's Saturday, a day off for the BAU team members. Reid, who is in his latest therapy session with Dr. Stein, has recently dealt with his feelings for JJ, and is currently talking about a recurring workplace dream concerning being attacked by an ax murderer. In learning that his entire life including his support is work and the other team members, Dr. Stein orders him to spend the day not only not thinking about work, but to have a normal, everyday conversation with someone outside of work. Rossi and Prentiss are spending the morning with the Simmons as they prepare for the arrival of the baby, Matt having just bought a crib they have to put together. While Rossi ultimately has a discussion with both the Simmons about their future and their financial concerns such as college tuition for five children, Prentiss, who has already taken relaxation this day to an extreme having consumed copious amounts of wine and doughnuts, is called away at the last minute when she discovers she and the ...
Did You Know?
Elizabeth Wise, uh, she lives alone, currently single.
Has she gone to the police?
Many times, and they haven't been able to find who is doing it, let alone stop them.
The violent content of the messages seems to be escalating. "You ruined the good thing we had", "You bang everyone else, but not me." Sounds to me like an incel.
Ugh. Icky online culture for the involuntarily celibate.
Usually, they just stay behind the screen. They're too cowardly to have a personal confrontation.
Dr. Tara Lewis
Yeah, these ...