Criminal Minds – Season One – Episode Fourteen – Riding the Lightning  » TV  »
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  • Gideon figured out she was innocent and tried his hardest to try and get her to admit she was innocent


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      Man, why does so many episodes take place in Florida? I’m beginning to wonder about the sanity of the state. This was a good episode though. The team was being invited to do interviews with a couple on death row.

      The husband had kidnapped and killed blond girls. His wife was being accused of helping


      and for killing their son.

      The wife was sweet and couldn’t have possibly killed anyone. The husband, total psycho path! Gideon figured out she was innocent and tried his hardest to try and get her to admit she was innocent.

      She took her innocence to the grave to protect her son. She felt that if ...


      • her husband found out the baby lived he would someone find him and hurt him.

        I cried when Gideon hugged her while she was on her last walk. And I cried even harder when she asked if his face could be the last face she saw before she died.

        It was a very emotional episode,

        especially for Gideon. It was the perfect mother showing her love for a child scenario.

        The son ended up being adopted by a great couple and was a musical genius. To play final homage to the mother, Gideon went to go see one of his concerts.

        The music brought tears to his eyes. It was a beautiful end.



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