The world of jealousy is fraught with danger and drama at the best of times.
This Criminal episode took an old bit of wisdom ("Can you truly trust someone with whom you've cheated?") several steps past dangerous and into fatal territory.
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With most of the other series on TV coming to the end of their season, Criminal Minds still has three new episodes to air before the conclusion of season eight. There are two more episodes after tonight’s “No. 6?, and judging by their titles it sounds lik more
Criminal Minds returned tonight with “Nanny Dearest”, a sufficiently creepy installment that . Our team makes their way to Los Angeles, and later Seattle, in order to catch an Unsub that has been kidnapping nannies with their babies and then killing the n more
After a bit of a hiatus, we are back to the unsettling torture stories which appear so often in this series.
In " Nanny Dearest ", the team investigated a series of yearly abductions and murders where the only common element was that the victims wer more
In the season's 21st episode, "Nanny Dearest," the team closes in on an Unsub who has kidnapped young women and the children in their care around the same time every year. Read on to find out what the minds behind Criminal Minds have in-store for us this more
The takeaway from this episode of Criminal Minds is that having an eidetic memory can be gruesome. Especially when, as in Reid's case, there is little ability to wipe away the pain of remembering every single word shared between him and Maeve.
In the season's 20th episode, "Alchemy," the team heads to South Dakota to investigate a case involving dismembered bodies and we learn that Reid is still processing Maeve's death. Tonight's episode is directed by Matthew Gray Gubler so fans should prepar more
Criminal Minds returned tonight with “Pay it Forward”, as our team makes it to a idyllic little town in Colorado to investigate a disembodied head found in a 25 year old time capsule. With only four episodes left in this eighth season after tonight, I’m h more