Criminal Minds – Season One – Episode Eight – Natural Born Killer  » TV  »
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  • And I thought I could handle most of the stuff this show was throwing at me


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      And I thought I could handle most of the stuff this show was throwing at me. This was the bloodiest episode so far. It was about an assassin.

      And assassin with a personality disorder…not a good combination. Our team had to walk into a blood


      covered bathroom.

      They also had to deal with another team of agents that were missing a member that was involved in their case. Now this assassin was damn scary.

      He was this huge guy that had a smirk that made me shudder. He also felt nothing for what he was doing.

      He tried to kill Hotch which was so not cool. It took two tasers to take him down.

      They had to chain him to a chair to interrogate him. He was that darn dangerous.

      Hotch and Gideon both tried ...


      • Criminal Minds – Season One – Episode Eight – Natural Born Killer
      to talk him down. They needed to find out where the missing agent was.

      It wasn’t until they figured out he was abused as a child that Hotch knew exactly where to kick him. Best part, Hotch telling the guy that victims of abuse always

      do one of two things, they either hurt people, or become the people who hunt down the people that hurt others.

      I so love Hotch’s character. It peaked my curiosity about Hotch and his background.

      It sounds to me like he lived in an abusive home.



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