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      A.J. Cook’s swan song is this second episode of the new season, Criminal Minds: JJ. A lot of fans are angry to see this show come to fruition. Cook was fired during the hiatus in a supposed downsizing move. Paget Brewster came close to suffering the same fate. Instead, her role is being lessened.

      The only good thing is that JJ isn’t exiting out of some crisis. Rather, she’s been offered a high power job as a liaison for the Pentagon. So, she’s


      moving up. However, she’ll be sorely missed in this show which is close to becoming male dominated. Actually, it already is. What is strange is that she is forced into taking this job and that seems to add to the ridiculousness of Cook’s firing. I suppose it’s easier to bring her back, should they have a change of heart. At least she was given very solid stuff in these first two episodes of the year.

      I also have to mention Kirsten Vangsness who is ...


      • adorable as Penelope Garcia, the computer geek. That said, this flaming red hair of hers has got to go. What the heck is she thinking? She looks like a cartoon character, a joke even. I noticed it last week but didn’t say anything in that review. I was hoping that it was just a one episode deal.

        The wow performance of the hour belonged to Michael Welch, who is now all grown up. Welch has done some really good acting in the past.

        A lot of folks might remember him from Joan of Acadia, but I first saw him when he mimicked Richard Dean Anderson in Stargate SG-1. This kid, well, man now, is a heck of an actor. He is wonderfully evil in this show. He’s actually frightening, and that shows how good of a performer he is. I enjoyed seeing him again.

        Gil Bellows put in a solid performance in the show as well. He played Jeff Joyce, the father of a missing girl.




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