Criminal Minds – Season One – Episode Twenty Two– The Fisher King Part One  » TV  »
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  • But what was also creepy was Reid going to see his mother in a mental hospital


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      The team finally gets a much needed two week vacation. Gideon is going to spend some time at his cabin, Hotch is going to spend much needed family time, Reid is going to see his mother, and Morgan and Elle are going to Jamaica! JJ and Garcia end up having to stay behind.

      With too much time


      on her hands, Garcia does some gaming, bad idea! A hacker got into the database and found out all about the team and where they are.

      So the unsub hits them when they are unaware.

      All these little clues sound a lot like a quest.

      There is a girl that has been kidnapped and is ...


      • being held prisoner by the unsub.

        The unsub tells the team that they are the only ones allowed to be in the quest.

        Gideon is mad about the unsub ruining his safe haven, his cabin and ignores the warning.

        Later on after Hotch sends Elle home to get some sleep, she is shot by the Fisher

        King.

        The episode is creepy.

        But what was also creepy was Reid going to see his mother in a mental hospital.

        Why is she there? We don’t find out until part two.

        But the whole team is unraveling fast.

        The Fisher King is setting them in a quest to find the Holy Grail, which is the kidnapped girl.



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