Criminal Minds/Profiler, Profiled

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Profiler, Profiled
Season 2, Episode 12
Airdate December 13, 2006
Written by Edward Allen Bernero
Directed by Glenn Kershaw
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Profiler, Profiled is the twelfth episode of the second season of Criminal Minds, and the thirty-fourth episode overall.

Starring: Mandy Patinkin (Jason Gideon), Thomas Gibson (Aaron Hotchner), Paget Brewster (Emily Prentiss), Shemar Moore (Derek Morgan), Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reid), A.J. Cook (Jennifer "J.J." Jareau), Kirsten Vangsness (Penelope Garcia)

Guest Starring: Skipp Sudduth (Detective Grodinksi), Julius Tennon (Carl Buford), James MacDonald (Detective Dennison), Kerrie Keane (Fran), Jascha Washington (James), Erica Gimpel (Sarah)

Co-Starring: Benita Krista Nall (Desiree), Keith Tisdell (Rodney), Myzel Robinson (Damien), Jordan Aaron Carroll (Young Morgan)

Derek morgan goes to california to visit family. He also goes here to visit the grave of his dead friend from child hood. Throughout the first fifteen minutes of this episode he has several run ins with a local gang. When three murders take place a local cop accuses him of it the team come from virginia to help out. It is revealed that Morgan was abused as a child by a local football coach. They also find that he has a criminal record from child hood that hotch did not know about. In the end Morgan escaped the prison and goes to the football coach the had abused him as a child. Morgan suspects the it was him that killed the three local boys. It turns out that the football coach had abused all three of the boys that were killed and when they were going to speak to the police he killed them. The team show up shortly after and arrest the football coach. They then return to Virginia with Morgan.



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