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[gunshot, scream] [gunshot] just the guy i'm looking for. hey, what's up, kevin? can we have...a talk? is penelopok? oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, she's perfect. in fact, that's why i'm here. i know you're penelope's boo and she's your baby girl. and what i'm about to embark on involves the keen insight of somebody who knows her inside and out. and no matter how much therapy i've gone through trying to understand your relationship, i knowyou're that person. ok, kevin-- land your plane. i want to propose to penelope, and i need your help.
plea, i'm not asking for your blessing, i'm asking for your advice. ok, should i do it over a couple tacos and a nice can of red bull? all right. should i take her to new york and do it at the statue of liberty? maybe i should serenade her at the roundtable right before you guys present a case. no, actually, that may not work, given the gruesome nature of your job. oh, how about the high tech room, and i pop up on the hd mainframe? kevin, seriously, i got meeting i gotta get to. derek, please. come on, bro, this is important. um, hi, yeah, what was that about? oh. you know, he just wanted to talk. about what? just guy stuff. me? i didn't say that. garcia, i'd like to get started. oh. yes, sorry. uh, two couples were found shot, uh, to death
the first was mark daniels and ben priestly. they were found dead in their living room. the second was john and heather miller. they lived 4 miles away, and they were found last night dead in their home. their daughter found them? yeah. she had snuck out to see her boyfriend. when she got back, they were dead. two double homicides must be rare in that area. what makes it weirder is that there was no sign of robbery or sexual assault. the shooter used a .22. shot them execution style. he's experienced to use a pillow as a silencer. you don't want to wake the neighbors. you know, these crimes seem to lack the emotionality that we typically see in personal cause homicides. most executions are criminal enterprise related. the probability of these couples being involved in the exact same illegal activity is kind of low. there's no way these were random victims of opportunity. garcia, any sign of forced entry? none that the authorities have found, no. so it's a home invasion. or our unsub is using some kind of ruse. either way, they're calculating and dispassionate. and no appreciation for chenille throw pillows. the violent and targeted nature of these crimes suggests thatthere could be more. wheels up in 30.
they're gonna say what i did was right. that we were ahead of our time, we were pioneers. i get to pick the movie next time. [laughing] well, it's better than the last 3d thing we saw at the imax. come on, gayle. you look cute in those glasses. am i any less cute when i have a migraine? brian? who are you? what do you want? please don't hurt us. there's money and jewelry upstairs. woman: and when they ask me why i did it... i'll tell them the truth. it's because i love you... aah! [sobbing]
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morgan: it was once said that love is giving someone the ability to destroy you but trusting them not to. all right, let's go over victimology. each of the victims is a professional. rossi: the domestic partners were lawyers, and the millers worked at a tech company. but p.d. couldn't find any overlap. both couples were really enjoyed by their peers, neighborhood watch, volunteered in community groups, you name it. this was a straight-up execution. kneeling on the ground, placing a pillow behind the head.
some of the vics were shot in the leg. they probably were trying to defend themselves, and this was the only way our unsub could get them to the floor. well, the scene's pretty clean, except what's left on the floor and the pillows. garcia, hoare each of the couples' financials? yo, i wish mine were this good. what about the millers' daughter abby? she sneaks out to see her boyfriend? that's kind of convenient. the p.d. confirms her story. a neighbor saw her kissing her boyfriend in his backyard during the time of the kills. you guys, something just happened. another couple, the same area, shot to death in their house. this iturning into a spree. targeting potentially unrelated couples. and the time between the murders is accelerating. prentiss, you and jj go talk to abby. dave and i will go to the first crime scene. morgan and reid, you go to the new one. i mean, we get our occasional dwi, a few kids egging a house on halloween. but people shot like this... it looks like one of those cable shows. again, there's no sign of break-in. but all the windows were unlocked, so who knows?
they still had their keys out. morgan: so they were caught off guard. the house is childproofed. it must have been a relative or a neighbor's kids. they didn't have any children. the unsub probably sat right here. had a soda. we should pull the cans for prints. the reading light's still on, so the uub was looking for something. but there aren't any magazines or newspapers around, which means it was important enou to take him out of killing mode. for someone on a spree, this unsub sure is patient. if he's so patient, what is it that he's waiting for? hello? do not put me on hold again. all i need you to do is confirm an address for me, please. miss? you want to stand up for me? want to stand up for me? stand up. get up. let's get your jacket up. i know. i'm wet. can i touch it? i'd rather you didn't. you're so lucky. a child's the greatest gift of love anyone can ask for.
are you ok, sweetie? [little girl laughing] i keep playing it over in my head. maybe if i were at home, i... i would have heard something. there's nothing you could have done. they'd just finished watching tv. listen, did your parents have any problems with anyone? everyone loved them. they'd have these... get-togethers and there'd be, you know, a hundred people in the living room. and where did they meet all of these people? community groups? clubs? at church. which one? holy worship? they went twice a week and the wife taught sunday school. that's where garcia said last night's victims went as well. what about the first victims? no. but they volunteered at a community center. so we've got two couples from the same congregation killed. that may be where they met the unsub.
i'll send reid and rossi to the church, see what they can find. no. no, mom, i didn't put it in too much light or overwater it. listen, i gotta go. well, don't call me an orchid killer. i didn't kill it. bye. hi. excuse me. oh, my, what a pretty dress. oh, thanks. i just got this. i didn't know if it was too much for me, but who cares, right? yeah, who cares? uh, what can i do for you? the millers and the gilberts both participated in our foster program. it's aocal joint venture we have with the community center. maybe it's the same one where our first victims volunteered. well, i'm with social services and i was in the neighborhood, so i figured i'd come by. i usually get a call ahead of time for that. well, that explains why their homes were childproofed. they sometimes had kids in their custody. but if they were foster parents, it would have come up when garcia checked their backgrounds.
great. i'll have to report denial oentry, of course. uh--no, just come on. it's fine. at if you get a child who needs a home immediately but no foster families are available? is there some sort of emergency list or something? yeah. they could take the kids for just a night or a weekend. and, uh, both couples were on that list, too. we'll need a copy of that. we also need the names of anyone who would have had access to it. our unsub's following that list. our last couple had a baby in their possession two days ago. that sheds some light on the .22. that gun is easy to handle. and not very loud. you know, add that to no forced entry, i don't think the pillows were used to minimize sound. they were used to stay clean. which means this unsub might be a woman. who's most likely had a connection to the foster system. or she simply wants a kid. then why not just snatch one off the street? this is maternal desire. these uples took in babies. maybe she lost her own or can't conceive. so she probably killed those people because when she got to their home,
she'll keep killing until she finds one. so when was johnny last in your house? uh...he was moved a couple days ago. i almost cried. you should have seen me. where was he placed? it should be in the file. well, i don't have that information here. i'm sure my social worker must have it. what are you doing? well, this is a gun, and inside of it are what we call bullets. what do you want? i want to know where johnny is. well, i just told you. they put him in a home. which home? ohh! [gunshot] it's probably on the desk. then hurry up. where is it? i don't see it. where is it?
do you want me to call her for you? no. i want you to take off your necklace. your necklace. my what? now take off your dress. take it off! please don't hurt me. i've never hurt anybody in my life. kneel on the ground. i--i was raped once before. oh, for god sakes, shut up. oh! oh! our father who art in heaven... stop that. hallowed by thy name... stop that. they kingdom come, stop. thy will be done... on earth as it is in heaven. give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. shut up!
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well, she's definitely an organized spree killer. she changed her m.o. she stripped the woman down to her underwear and took her clothes. [cell phone rings] we'll check for sexual assault. i wouldn't waste too much time. female serial killers are agenda driven, not sexually compulsive. what's the agenda here? she left the woman in her heels and her slip. it could be humiliation. why didn't she do this to any of the others? [ring] well, she's definitely escalating. when she found out the woman didn't have a child, she got mad. look at this. she gave up on the pillow, then sprayed the body with bullets. so her maternal desire is causing her to unravel. what started all this? she's killing this frequently because she's desperate. she may have told somebody that she's pregnant and now she's got to produce a kid. [ring] oh, come on. is it garcia? yep. why aren't you answering it? complicated. derek morgan, this is the 67th message that i have left you, and if you do not call me back, i will have no choice but to show everyone that nude photo of you from art class, and not the good one, either.
what were you and kevin talking about yesterday? i'm freaking out here. please, call me back. bye. hey! penelope? you ok? yes, ok. yes, i am ok. i am fine. no! are you sure? what were you and morgan talking about? when? when? yesterday. uh... uh...i don't remember. that's funny, 'cause you guys never talk. well, now, that-- that is untrue. that's totally true. morgan is my friend. you are my friend. you and morgan are not friends. it's complicated. mm-hmm. you know, we were just talking about guy stuff. yeah? like what? um... we were talking about basketball. morgan hates watching basketball. he's a hockey fan. yes. yes, yes. yes, i know. in fact, he was just telling me about how one of the first professional hockey leagues
i know. who knew? do you want to get some dinner? no. uh... we're about to deliver the profile and i have to stay here. we believe the unsub we're looking for is a white female, who, based upon the organizational level of the crimes, is in her late 30s to early0s. prentiss: we also believe that something in the last few days has triggered her to think that killing was the only way she was gonna be able to obtain a child. consequently, the foster families that did not have a child in their care when she visited, became her victims. because all of these families recently had children in their homes, we believe our unsub is motivated by maternal desire. jj: maternal desire is the profound emotional need to moth a baby. this stems from eitherthe tragic loss of her own child or the inability to have one at all. this unsub may also fantasize that someone else'baby belongs to her, and this emotion feels beyond her control.
and then sets out to take that child. this may cause our unsub to do something drastic. like commit a caesarean abduction or kidnap a random kid. the speed at which the kills are occurring suggests that our unsub is frustrated and devolving. jj: this is causing her to go on a spree, which usually ends in a very high body count and suicide by cop. so we should look at anyone who is pregnant and suffering from postpartum psychosis. we also need to check those who worked for or had access to the local foster system. thank you. any questions? [baby cooing] ok, here we go. there you are, my b guy. get in the car or i will shoot you right here. oh, my god. ok.
hi. [baby coos] ok, now, start the car, karen. how do you know my name? i know everything about you. you're single, you made six figures last year. decided to adopt a baby because everything in your life had worked out except for your broken ovaries. what do you want? oh, you'll see. this'll be over sooner than you think. [baby fussing] don't worry, it's ok. it's ok. everything's gonna be all right. yeah. drive, karen. so i checked the pregnant employees working with the foster program. no indication of maternal desire or postpartum psychosis. what about those who were fired or quit? only two were pregnant, but they also had healthy children. the rest didn't fit the profile. ok, we need to warn other parents in the foster system. the police department's already making phone calls. this woman is erratic and unstable. what about someone who was recently released from a mental institution? that would explain taking the last victim's clothes. when you enter a facility, they strip you of your identity. and when you get out of an institution, the first thing you do is try to get your identity back. i'll get garcia.
is he still drinking formula, or is he on to milk? i have stocks, and i have money. i wanted to breast-feed him, but th took him away. you know what happens when a mommy can't get rid of her milk? the pain is excruciating. they give you this pill that dries you up. that's the most unnatural thing in the whole world, little johnny. his name is ben. it's johnny! you changed it. can he eat peanuts? because his dad is highly allergic. his dad? who are you? i'm his mother, and i'm here to take him back. hibaby. mommy's here. yeah. pull over. penny g. h checked all local mental institutions and there are no women that fit that description that have been released in the last two weeks. all right, check oregon, idaho, even montana. ok. there are 4 women that match the profile, and none of them are preggers. another woman's been shot,
she has a fairly limited comfort zone. all right, reid, work the list. i'll take rossi and prentiss with me. since you couldn't go out to dinner, i thought i would bring dinner to you. you never bring me dinner. vegan pad thai, your favorite. you had to go all the way to adams morgan to get me that. i thought i would just do something special. no, i'm not. and you'g.re sweatin i'm not acting weird. you're acting weird. why are you acting so weird? i'm acting weird because you're-- i don't have time for this, ok? i need to get to work. ok, i'll just stand in the back. no! no, i can't concentrate if you're here. well...ok. um, i'll put the food in the fridge, but maybe you have time to take a nibble on this? this is a red velvet cupcake, and you only give them to me on special occasions. we'll talk later. [siren] [indistinct police radio, chatter]
can she talk? no, pressure's falling. check the car. i'll go with her. we'll put out an apb on our unsub. she might be on foot. [baby crying] it's ok, johnny. mommy's gonna take ce of everything. [continues crying] no, no, no, no. shh, shh, shh, shh. we are. we're almost there, honey. almost there. promise. [siren] that's the first time she shot someone in public. she also didn't kill her. maybe she panicked and ran off. oh. or she intentionally spared her because she had what she wanted--a kid. rossi, look at all this. the baby mirror. and the stai. yeah, that could be formula. our unsub most likely transferred the child into her own car right here on the street. so that means she fits in, but the question is, where did the carjacking happen? well, she was coming from the doctor's office. the kid was sick. ok, but why leave the victim so close to the police station? well, she might not have known.
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hey, let me look at you. did you buy this for me? yeah. it took me long time to find it. we have to hurry. where are we going? we could just go upstairs. my mom won't be home for hours. no, we're getting out of town, tommy. what are you talking about? we're leaving here. is there anything else you're gonna need? well, i--i can't just take off. sure you can. i've spent the last 4 days getting everything ready. i got us a house that has a yard and a jacuzzi tub, just like that hotel we used to go to. hmm? what about my mom? your mom is the reason that we're in this position in the first place. she sent me to jail, tommy. remember? she's sick! remember what she said about me on the television? she said i was a predator. am i an animal, tommy? no. no.
we can't go back to sneakinaround anymore. ok? mm. ok. [doorbell rings] ignore that. tommy, it's julie! who's julie? a friend. are you doing her? what? [sighs] what's that for? no one is gonna come between us again, tommy. [sighs] what-- rossi: did you get anything from karen? she's in surgery for two more hours. what about you? we think the unsub carjacked karen at a pediatrician's office two blocks from where she was shot. witnesses said that a woman with blond hair, early 40s, was waiting on a bench foan hour around the same time karen took her kid there. we're working up a composite now. dozens of women and their children were in and out of the building in the morning, but her only focus was karen. so it's not just about maternal desire. it's about a specific child.
the boy's name is ben. what if he's our unsub's baby? then he was probably fostered by all of our victims. do we know the birth parents' nes? sealed with the state. time to unseal it. julie, what are you doing here? i missed you at lunch today. yeah, i had band practice. you know, i was thinking about taking up the flute. yeah. oh, cool. maybe we could talk about this later. oh, listen. everyone's going to this dance in a few weeks, and i was thinking maybe you and i could go together? i'm not really into dances. oh, but it'll be fun. look, i know you haven't dated anyone since the whole ms. hallman thing, but--i know i'm not as old as her or experienced, but i know what to do. [baby crying] what's that? uh, it was, uh-- i'm just watching tv. was that a baby? no--no, it's not a baby. it-- ms. hallman.
let me give you a little lesson on the prison system, sweetie. it's overcrowded, so i'm out. yeah, well, you're not supposed to be here. you raped him. julie! you think what we did was rape? we made love. tell her, tommy. it's true, julie. this is my girl. your mom has a restraining order against her. lesson number two, julie-- restraining orders can be broken. [baby crying] take the baby to the car. maggie, we-- tommy, take the baby to the car! tommy, what are you doing? i'm calling the police. he's 16. put the phone down. so what?! ohh! [moaning]
do not mess with the teacher. hmm. [julie groaning] ok, here's the dealio, and stay with me. ben, formerly known as johnny, was born to margaret hallman. where is she now? well, uh, she should be at the fallbrook women's correctional facility, but she was released 4 days ago due to overcrowding. we thought it was a mental institution. but if she was released, why kill to get your own kid? her maternal rights must have been terminated. yeah. that happens when you have sex with one of your high school students 2 years ago. his name, thomas brown, aka tommy brown, and he is little johnny's baby daddy, like, for real. teacher love syndrome.
and then when tommy's mom refused to raise it, the baby was put in foster care. ok, so we were right. the baby did spend time oh, you betcha. in each of the victims' homes. that would explain the spree and the maternal desire. she's trying to put her family back together. garcia, we need the browns' address. maggie... what'd you do to her? [whimpering] i just scared her. you didn't shoot her? [sighs] [groaning] maggie, she can't die. what if i died, tommy? do you know what they did to me in jail? god... ever since i met you, people have been trying to keep us apart. the teachers at the school tried to.
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are you tommy's neighbor? yes. ms. hallman had their baby with her. tommy took all his stuff. it's clear here, too. the place is empty. we need to find out everything we can about margaret hallman. there are probably other victims in her past. whose house is this? it's ours. wow. this is awesome. you should see inside. it's beautiful. i don't know what to say. oh...i love you. i told you it wasn't over. we're gonna do this, baby. everyone said you were gonna forget about me when you went to jail. no way. how could i? i wanted to show peopl the letters, but i didn't want to get in trouble. that was very, very smart. you know, i was just writing you this morning.
why don't you go inside, take a shower, and i'll freshen up. we, uh, we have a lot of catching up to do. [chuckles] ms. hallman had an exemplary record in jail. at was her correspondence like with the outside world? um, well, she had limited computer use, and she used all of that time searching for a... johnny lewis. her baby? no. johnny lewis is one of her former students from lake forrest school. his parents charged her with molestation, and then they dropped the charges. prentiss: when was this? 3 years prior to meeting tommy. so she has a baby with tommy and names it after the first kid she assaulted. yeah. and according to the prison's hard drive, she wrote dozens of emails to this johnny lewis. maybe tommy's a surrogate for him. garcia, we need to talk to the lewises.
what about an address? they've moved around a lot. oh, wow. ok, it's like they're off the grid. morgan: well, who lives in their old house now? maybe they can help us get info. uh, it's chang hands a lot. oh, snap, crackle, and pop goes the lady weasel. you'll never guess who bought it. prentiss: ms. hallman. mm-hmm. it was picked up by her sister a year ago and then it was transferred to maggie's name yesterday. tommy, voice-over: every day i think about your touch, your smell... [maggie laughing] i wonder when we'll be back together again, winter, summer, or fall? the metal bars that separate us are just temporary, maggie. instead of keeping us apart, they've made usser. i didn'tnow life could be so good. mm. you have the prettiest eyes. hey, i'm gonna want another kid, tommy. have a big family. then we'll do that. mm.
why didn't you tell me about that in your letters? well, i didn't want to scare you. i would have done something. well, there's nothing you could have done. [baby fussing] all that's important is that we're here now. [sirens] what is that? it's the police. did you call them?! why would i do that? let me see your phone. i didn't call anyone. maybe julie did. i-- if you're lying to me-- i would never... i would never lie to you. yeah? then... then prove it. what do you want me to do? protect your family, honey. come here, sweetpea.
take the front. prentiss and i will take the back. fbi! drop it! just--just move. move--move back. tommy, drop the gun. just--just getff our yard. you don't want to do this. you don't know me. my--my girl and kid are in there. morgan: she's a prator, tommy. no, she's not an animal. we love ch other. no. no, tommy, this isn't love. this is a woman who's been taking advantage of you. she molested you. no, i--i knew what i was doing. did you know that there was another kid exactly like you from another school? shut up! no. no! they're lying. morgan: tommy, she wrote letters to him, too. that's not true. and she'd tell him that everything happens for a reason. be quiet! jj: she said that he was the love of her life. that's it!
maggie's voice: i never thought i'd be sneaking out to see you. you wrote that to me, maggie. tommy, she wrote it to another boy. his name was johnny lewis, and he lived in this exact house. i never thought i'd be putting on fancy makeup just to see you smile. what are they talking about? jj: she named your kid after him. is that true? i wasn't the only one. i still feel the touch of your skin. answer me, damn it! without you, my life would be empty. without you, i would go numb, and that's why nothing's going to keep us apart, and i mean nothing.
maggie! we need paramedics on the front porch. maggie. maggie. maggie, stay with me. oh... you were my light. magg, please don't go. ohh...you were my soul. i don't care what anybody says. i love you... i love you, johnny lewis. morgan: "for everyood reason there is to lie, there is a better reason to tell the truth." bo bennett. i will never understand this whole teacher lover thing. i can barely deal with a grown man. what's interesting is, if it would have been a male teacher
and none of this would have happened. well, she could get life plus 20 for all those murders she committed. you know, it's funny. if she wasn't so pretty, she probably would have never been released in the first place. it's true. what? unattractive female predators serve a longer prison sentence than their attractivecounterparts. wow. that's ridiculous. it's primal. there's a hierarchy to everything, including sex offenders. ok, well, who's ready to get breakfast? uh, i can't. there's something i gotta take care of. jj: ok. hey, you. i'm sorry i didn't call you back. that's totally ok. i have low-grade esp, so i can pretty much figure out what's going on. it works ok. ok, i'll bite. what am i thinking? it's not what you're thinking. it's what kevin and you were talking about. i've been racking my brain over what it could be for the last 48 hours.he's been sweaty, he's been reading my favorite books, he's been getting my favorite foods. derek, i hacked into his computer.
he's looking at rings. you know, the last time i checked, kevin is a pretty great guy. i knew it. i knew it. baby, this is a good thing, isn't it? maybe to you it is, but not to me. what happened to your standing tuesday night date thing? that has nothing to do with this. when relationships get more official, they get messy, and you give and you compromise, and people change, and then... somebody goes away, and you're left empty. and i don't want that. i n't--i don't want to be empty. baby, i really don't think that's going to happen. yeah, that's what always happens. and--and i don't want any part of that. i don't want any part of it at all. [clears throat] what's wrong, plum sauce? you know what? i'm gonna let you guys d um... what you guys do. you, uh, you know, don't you? kevin...
i love how you have your space ani have my space, and when we come together, we're our own weird world unto ourselves, and... i don't want to ruin that. that's not what this would do. yeah. it would. penelope, are you, uh, are you against marriage, or are you just against marrying me? kevin... i'm just not ready yet. well, i am. kevin. captioning made possible by abc studios, llc and cbs, inc.