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ahem. we'll, uh-- we'll need to consult with risk management. we don't have time for lawyers. a woman's life is on the line and we need an answer now. aah! [gasping] [alarm blaring] i said, begin. emma, i have to come in there. no. no! get away from me! get away! then calm down. calm down. [door buzzes] it's not your turn. it's my turn. garcia, i don't get it. didn't the car companies give you the same gps data? yes, they did. but the meta-data has to be translated into latitude and longitude, which is like looking for a needle in a needlestack in a field of needles.
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we know he breaks into the cars 3 days beforehand. well, that would imply that there is a time stamp on each of the numbers, which there is not, thank you very much. and forgive my tone, but i am frustrated! wait. my mood is changing. we may have a lotto here. ding. there is exactly one point of common intersection for each of the 4 cars, and i am sending it to you now. want to take a field trip? i don't get it. why here? access, maybe. he knows the victims will be away from their cars while they work out. hey, what if it's a stressor for him? how so? maybe-- maybe she left him for a guy like that. he comes here to blow off steam, sees that, it only makes him angrier. when the unsub takes a closer look, he sees she's wearing a ring. so he follows her back to her car, and he's picked his next victim. he's gotten to the point where any husband and wife will do.
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what do you mean, it's your turn? i mean, you have-- you have to stab me. what? i'm not gonna do that. then he'll kill us both. now, i'm gonna go sit down on your cot. [whimpers] this is some sort of trick. no. it's better if i sit. in case i pass out. [gasping] you have until i count to 3. ignore him and do what i say. 1... ah-- just do it, right here. it won't even hurt. 2... just do it, ok? just right here, emma. 3. oh, god! please. uhh! [sobbing] [groans] there, see? you did it. [crying] do it again. what? no! no! again. [gasps] no, please. what's your husband's name?
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my wife's name is maya. i say her name to remind myself why i'm still alive. stop, please, don't! what's his name, emma? please, what's his name? say his name. his name is john. you're doing this for john. uhh! aah! [groans] [crying] [sobbing] [moans]
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not yet. not yet! pull the peach! mmmm, yoplait. you both have a perfect driving record. perfect. no tickets. no accidents. that is until one of you clips a food truck, ruining your perfect record. yeah. now you would think your insurance company would cut you some slack, right? no. your insurance rates go through the roof... your perfect record doesn't get you anything. anything. perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. we're gonna set-up this lie detector test. if you lie to me, your phone's gonna drop. you would rather tell youparents how you lost your virginity... aww man. than drop your phone. n0000.
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all right, so the unsub's using the track as his hunting ground, which means he found number 6 there, too. and that victim would have pushed his button in a special way. you think he could be one of the trainers? none of the missing men are particularly athletic. so a regular old fitness buff, then. worked out at the track, just happened to talk to the wrong unsub. well, jj and i like phillip connor. this guy. how come? well, for starters, his mother reported him missing just after mary hammond disappeared. and when i spoke to his mom, she told me that he and his wife maya got engaged while she was still married to another man. that would push the unsub's buttons, all right. keep digging into phillip connor. if he is number 6, then he'll lead us to the unsub. [breathing hard] i'm gonna need one more.
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so you and john, how'd you guys meet? i'd rather not say. yeah. might as well. we're gonna be here a while. ok. you first. when i started dating maya, she s already... you know. with somebody. married to somebody. oh. it was awkward when he did the whole round of meet the friends. they'd ask, so how did you guys meet? we'd be like... well... it was a christian dating websi. so you met online. what's the big-- i'm not christian. i'm jewish. technically. technically. genetically. but i've never set foot in a synagogue. how'd you break that to john?
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yet. get back in your cell. [door buzzer] don't. don't go. it's ok. we can still talk through the glass. come here. listen carefully. there's a way out of here. [inaudible] [text message tone] no. you don't want me to-- [inaudible] you want to talk about what's bothering you? no. nothing's bothering me. something's bothering you. i can always tell when you're bothered because you whisper lyrics to yourself. hip hop specifically. i thought it was odd at first, but then i remembered your dissertation was on the fluidity of metaphor. you seem to have a particular fondness for nas.
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how did you know? morgan made me listen to him when we started working together. he said anybody that can't quote "illmatic" is ignorant. you want to ta about it? oh. the text, it's from my husband. is that a bad thing? he just wants to know if i've thought about his offer. what offer? [sighs] to teach with him at harvard. how would you tea-- oh. yeah. tough call. what do you think you're gonna do? when we got married, part of the attraction was that we were both obsessed with our work, and for a while that was ok. yeah, the last time we talked about it, you seemed to prefer it. oh, not anymore. i don't like going home to an empty house. may i offer some advice? sure. we need to turn around. you just passed the house.
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that's not the advice, though. blake, for the last 10 years, this job has been my life. and then, for a few months, i had a taste of what you have. so, work... there's always work, and there'll always be work. what's rare is finding someone who makes us happy.
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[door opening] yes, my son went to that track. did he ever talk about who he met there, maybe someone who took a particular interest in him and maya? [sighs] mrs. connor? he didn't go there to exercise. he went there to watch maya. why would he watch his own wife? after they married, phillip started to get, uh... [stammers] funny. he kept saying to me, if she cheated with me, she'll cheat on me, mom. did she cheat on him? no. but she had had enough they're not divorced, but they are separated.
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my son is sick. he enjoys being sick. it makes people y attention to him. we need to talk to maya as soon as possible. do you have her phone number? uh...yeah. i'll go get my cell phone. wait. your son's sickness-- does he cut himself? h-how did you know? [clanking] uhh! [panting] uhh! unh! ohh... [breathing hard]
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olive garden ohh... emma. help me. [gasps] let me in there. let me in! [buzzer]
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punished me for helping you. i'm sorry. i'm so sorry. it's not your fault. ok? it's not-- cut him. leave him alone! cut him or i'll kilyou. how can number 6 be the unsub? we profiled a sadist. that all changed when he had mary hammond alone. he found something else at worked for him. the guy's wife left him because he was a cutter. so he took those women not because of sex but because of something better. they validate his obsessive-compulsive disorder, turn it into a shared bonding experience. then he got to play two roles-- the unsub who tortures and the sympathetic prisoner. so i just spoke with phillip's soon-to-be ex-wife. according to her, he lives in a day-rate motel. he'd need more space and privacthan that. [beep] garcia: i'm here, sir. what do we know about phillip connor's work history? uh, he freelanced in the area, mostly computer stuff, that the car company subcontracted out to.
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garcia, what work site sticks out as the biggest? there's a microprocessor planin foreclosure. is that the kind of thing you're looking for? the clean rooms. he could seal his prisoners in there and no one could hear them scream. we're gonna need a strategy. if he's got abandonment issues, he won't hesitate to kill emma. unless we give him something he wants even more. can you make that happen? if i can't, it's gonna be one hell of a bluff. and i need your help. what do we do? you have to. you'll die. we don't have a choice. no. no, we can fight. we have a knife. the woman before you tried that. he waited until we were asleep and then-- then there has to be something. there is. what? i've been here so long.
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go, go! [indistinct commands] go! if you don't do it, he will. i don't want it to be him. if you're gone, what will he do to me? we could go together. clear! there has to be another way. no. this guy thought of everything. it's all we have left. [labored breathing]
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promise, i'll make it quick. fbi! we're coming in! what? oh, my god, it's him, emma. get me up. no, they said fbi. emma! oh, my god, they found us! it's gonna be-- no... no. hit it! go, go, go! aah! aah! no! shoot the glass! no! [gasps] oh, god. oh... oh! put down the knife. drop your guns, or i'll gut her. oh, god, help me. phillip, you don't want to do this. you don't know what i want. actually, i do. you want maya, right?
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i could arrange that. you're lying. m not. she'll see you. but for that to happen, you have to put down the knife. bring her here. you--you want her here? what you say is true, i want to see her. ok. i'm gonna check. [radio squawks] jj, you close? jj: yeah. maya. oh, god. phillip, what did you do? maya, maya. you came.
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i'm willing to talk. buonly if you let her go. ohh...oh, god. ok. ohh! [sobbing] don't make me look at him again! wait. no. maya. wait. maya! maya! i love you! [indistinct chatter] [indistinct police radio] there he is.
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[crying] you've made up your mind, haven't you? i'm happy for you. i'm home. honey? james.
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well? let's go visit harvard. really? you're gonna come? on holidays and weekends. boston's closer than south sandistan. what happened to our veto power? i know you want to be a couple again. i want that, too. but... i need this job. and one of the things that made me fall in love with you is that you understood that about me. james, this is the hardest decision i've ever had to make.
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give me your hand. i took you... for better or worse... and nothing is ever gonna change that. right? right. captioning made possible by abc studios, llc and cbs, inc.
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hotch: previously on "criminal minds"... yesterday while we were in florida, a body was found in the desert outside las cruces, new mexico. rossi: a man had his leg amputated and replaced with the leg of someone else. morgan: someone's out there mimicking the crimes we've solved. this is now an active case, which we'll be investigating along with our other cases. hello, i'm still here. [electronically altered voice] zug...zwang. it's a chess term. it describes the point in the game when a player realizes he'll inevitably be checkmated. both the director and the attorney-general want to take you off this case. we know this case better than anyone. guess what jt came to the reception desk for an agent jennifer jareau. who sent it? zugzwang. they knew you would be at that phone booth. what if this is the replicator? the original zugzwang taunt was directed at me. if it's directed at one of us, it's directed at all of us. first he was chasing us, and now it's our turn to chase him. strauss: this psychopath's message is clearly personal. you're victims now.
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you have no fresh leads. he wants the replicator classified inactive. erin, he's stalking this team. no one's going to give it up. i know that. and neither will i. you could drop out oh, wow, say shout made many girls cry she'll still run lies... [laughter] don't need no reason why... hey, hotch, i need an override. hotch! i told you not to call me that. i need an override. i can't help you. thane's got the card. you know where he is? i'll give you one guess. [heavy breathing] you're too hot. oh, god. mmm... i'm thirsty.


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