Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior Review: "Night Hawks"

Is it true that the acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree? This is the base question we are presented with in "Night Hawks" as Cooper and his team tried to stop a killing spree in Tulsa.

Last week there were a few fans that scoffed at my declaration that Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior had hit its stride. To those fans I can only reply with, See! as this week's episode helped to certify the comment. 

Lets take a look at a few points of what made this episode so good and my statement so correct: 

Leonard Keane: Even after we know that Keane has brutally killed three people, you couldn’t help but feel his pain and struggle of his wife on the verge of being evicted from the hospital and the repeated harassment. Keane was incredibly portrayed by William Sanderson who I always enjoy seeing perform. His reaction to his cat being killed and left on his porch nearly made me want to pick up a bat! Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2011/04/criminal-minds-suspect-behavior-review-night-hawks/

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