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On the other side, there aren't nearly enough of the little character moments that make 'Criminal Minds' so enjoyable. And the team chemistry doesn't seem right; there's too much of Lewis, while Reid is underutilized (coming and going, then essentially vanishing two-thirds of the way through), and Hotch is basically invisible; I didn't mind JJ's absence, but these more major issues were considerably less acceptable. Furthermore, Lewis is a pretty bland character who isn't helped by Aisha Tyler's stiff acting with flat line delivery. Kirsten Vangsness tries her best, but Garcia was much more pleasant and lovable in previous seasons; in the past three or so seasons, she has become an irritating caricature (at least they have attempted to make JJ closer in character to the earlier seasons in the latest two seasons).

Hotchner, Jack [edit] Jack Hotchner, played by Cade Owens, is the son of series regular Aaron Hotchner and made his debut appearance in "The Fox." In season five, his mother, Haley Hotchner, is murdered by George Foyet (a.k.a. "The Boston Reaper"), but he is saved when his father sends him a secret signal to "work the case" (hide in the trunk in Hotch's office). The episode "Painless" from season seven depicts Jack being bullied. Beth Clemmons, his father's new girlfriend, is seen to be excellent friends with Jack.


The season started with the return of Billy Flynn, also known as "The Prince of Darkness." Jennifer Jareau is forced to leave the BAU early in the season to accept a position at the Pentagon, but towards the conclusion of the season finale, she informs Rossi that she is returning. The BAU is also in responsible of teaching new cadet Ashley Seaver, who joins the team as a temporary member beginning with "What Happens at Home" and ending with her offscreen departure in the season finale. A narrative arc starring Emily Prentiss starts in "The Thirteenth Step." Sean McCallister, a former Interpol colleague, informs her that Ian Doyle, an international criminal, has escaped and will most likely pursue her. Prentiss fakes her death and leaves the series after "Lauren," but returns the following season.

The writing is excellent, particularly in the last sections. It delivers on the suspense at the conclusion, with Hotch's tale being so compelling that you almost believe him while yet knowing what he's planned, as well as on the comedy ("you kick like a 9-year-old girl") and emotion ("I'm proud of you"). "L.D.S.K." is tough and stylish, but yet sophisticated. The episode also has some of the season's most powerful and mood-enhancing music soundtracks, such as the James Blunt song at the finale. The direction allows the movement to breathe while keeping the momentum attentive. The performance is superb, particularly by Matthew Gray Gubler, Thomas Gibson, and Mandy Patinkin. Lola Glaudini is also good.

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