Criminal Minds 9 Seasons 2010

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Season 6
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1. The Longest Night TV-14 CC

The BAU team closes in on the serial killer as he continues his murder spree throughout Los Angeles - with Detective Spicer's kidnapped daughter as his hostage - in the conclusion of last season's cliffhanger.

Joe Mantegna, Paget Brewster
44 minutes
Original air date:
September 22, 2010

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The Longest Night

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Season 6
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    1. The Longest Night The BAU team closes in on the serial killer as he continues his murder spree throughout Los Angeles - with Detective Spicer's kidnapped daughter as his hostage - in the conclusion of last season's cliffhanger.

    TV-14 44min September 22, 2010
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    2. JJ While JJ attempts to reunite a family whose daughter has mysteriously disappeared, her BAU family braces for the loss of one of their own.

    TV-14 44min September 29, 2010
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    3. Remembrance of Things Past When several women are found murdered in a similar fashion, Rossi revisits a cold case that has haunted him for 25 years, causing him to suspect that the original killer is at work again.

    TV-14 43min October 6, 2010
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    4. Compromising Positions The BAU team searches for a serial killer who is preying on married couples. Also, Hotchner looks to one of the team to fill JJ's vacant role.

    TV-14 44min October 13, 2010
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    5. Safe Haven The BAU team is on the trail of a serial killer targeting families throughout the Midwest.

    TV-14 42min October 20, 2010
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    6. Devil's Night The BAU team must find a killer who has struck Detroit for the past three years solely during the raucous pre-Halloween celebration "Devil's Night."

    TV-14 42min October 27, 2010
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    7. Middle Man When bodies begin turning up in the cornfields of Indiana, the BAU team must catch a pack of serial killers targeting exotic dancers.

    TV-14 44min November 3, 2010
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    8. Reflection of Desire When a kidnapped woman is found murdered in an alley in Georgetown, the BAU team goes on the hunt for the killer before he can strike again.

    TV-14 44min November 10, 2010
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    9. Into the Woods When an 8-year-old is found murdered on the Appalachian Trail, the BAU team goes deep into its forests in search of a man lurking in the wilderness who is targeting children.

    TV-14 43min November 17, 2010
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    10. What Happens at Home... The BAU searches inside a gated New Mexico community for a killer targeting women, and Hotchner looks to an FBI cadet with a unique past for help with the investigation.

    TV-14 43min December 8, 2010
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    11. 25 to Life Morgan suggests that a man has been rehabilitated and aids in his parole, but later regrets his decision when the man murders someone days after being released.

    TV-14 43min December 15, 2010
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    12. Corazon As the BAU travels to Miami to investigate a series of bizarre, ritualistic murders, Reid suffers a series of blinding headaches and hallucinations that leave him concerned for his health.

    TV-14 42min January 19, 2011
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    13. The Thirteenth Step The BAU hits the road to track down a pair of young lovers on an interstate murder spree.

    TV-14 44min January 26, 2011
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    14. Sense Memory The BAU travels to Los Angeles to investigate unusual murders throughout the city.

    TV-14 42min February 9, 2011
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    15. Today I Do The BAU is called to upstate New York to investigate mysterious disappearances. Also, Prentiss gets some disturbing news about one of her former Interpol colleagues.

    TV-14 42min February 16, 2011
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    16. Coda Reid makes a connection with an autistic child that could assist the BAU in finding the boy's missing parents.

    TV-14 44min February 23, 2011
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    17. Valhalla After a series of suspicious murders occur, Prentiss suspects her old Interpol nemesis, making her fear for the safety of her BAU team as he closes in on her.

    TV-14 45min March 2, 2011
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    18. Lauren Prentiss is ready to confront her nemesis, Ian Doyle, once and for all. Meanwhile, the BAU calls upon JJ to help them find Prentiss and capture Doyle before it's too late.

    TV-14 45min March 16, 2011
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    19. With Friends Like These... When a gang of suspected murderers begins targeting a new victim each night, the BAU travels to Portland to head them off before they can strike again.

    TV-14 43min March 30, 2011
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    20. Hanley Waters As the BAU investigates targeted killings in Tampa, they also deal with their own feelings about the loss of Prentiss.

    TV-14 43min April 6, 2011
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    21. The Stranger The BAU hunts a stalker in San Diego who is targeting college students.

    TV-14 42min April 13, 2011
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    22. Out of the Light The BAU is called to a North Carolina mountain town after a woman is found badly injured and another is missing, and they discover that these two are not the only victims.

    TV-14 43min May 4, 2011
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    23. Big Sea The BAU is Florida-bound to investigate bodies discovered buried in the ocean floor off Jacksonville, but the case rattles Morgan when his aunt suspects that her missing daughter is one of the victims.

    TV-14 43min May 11, 2011
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    24. Supply & Demand The bodies of two missing persons are found in a car trunk, and the BAU suspects that an interstate human trafficking ring is at work.

    TV-14 42min May 18, 2011

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Edward Allen Bernero
Starring Joe Mantegna, Paget Brewster
Supporting actors Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness, Thomas Gibson, Tim Curry, Robert Davi, Austin Highsmith, Isabella Murad, Joseph A. Garcia, Susan Papa, Ronald William Lawrence, Randolph Adams, Zenja Dunn, Donald Agnelli, Michelle Josette, Jim Wisniewski, Kris Campbell
Season year 2011
Network CBS
Executive Producer Edward Allen Bernero
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102 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 22, 2011
Format: DVD
First of all, I love this show. I've never missed an episode and re-watch all five previous seasons on a regular basis. That being said, season 6 was a bit lackluster. This is due to the major casting changes that took place during the summer. Both AJ Cook and Paget Brewster's contracts were cut, and during season 6 both were written off the show. While the writing in those episodes were top notch, the rest of the season left a bitter taste in your mouth. After episode 2 (appropriately titled JJ), JJ's absense left a gaping hole in the fabric of the BAU. It was almost as if the heart of the show had been ripped away, leaving writers, cast and fans scrambling. Just when we began to settle into the new JJ-less reality, in comes Agent Seaver, played by Rachel Nichols. This was a horrific decision. This is nothing against Ms. Nichols, who did the best she could with what she was given. However, fan response was not positive, as Ms. Nichols bears a striking resemblance to AJ Cook, who we had just lost. Also, the writers and producers truly did Ms Nichols little justice with weak storylines and weaker impact to the team dynamic. Finally, Prentiss' "death" was long and drawn out. It was compelling to watch, but it was with a sense of dread, knowing that she, too, was about to leave us. "Lauren" (the episode where Prentiss left) was the highlight of the season. It was full of drama, angst and action- a fitting tribute to an actress who had entertained us all for years. Finally, the finale was just simply "eh". There was a decent case, but none of the cliffhanger endings that CM is known for. This could be in part that at the time of filming, producers and writers were not sure who would be returning, as Paget Brewster was in negotiations to come back, as was Shemar Moore (Morgan), and Thomas Gibson (Hotch).Read more ›
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61 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 1, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
CRIMINAL MINDS grows and grows and this season is an exceptional one. While if continues to bring us smart television, the secondary subplots that continue through this season, plot that focus on the lead actors and their private lives or personal involvement with some of the created characters takes a major role in this season. While some may find this a bit disconcerting - as though emphasis on the diagnosis and capture of the criminal minds disconnects the viewer form the point of direction of the story. But at least for this viewer these subplots make us identify more with the agony of coping with the types of criminals these people must deal with every day. The dialogue may at some points seem like a roundtable dissertation on aspects of abnormal psychology, passing from one character actor in the investigative team to the next, but the information they disclose in these sessions is fascinating and makes sense to the viewer. Each segment begins with a significant quote and each ends with one and this seemingly small technique shows respect for the viewer. The cases more often than not are those of serial killers, showing us how these criminal minds are created by their background, what constitutes their behavior, and how examining that studied behavior as each new case develops leads to their capture.

The cast still includes the magnetic Shemar Moore, Paget Brewster, the intense Thomas Gibson, A.J. Cook, Matthew Gray Gubler as the would be nerd but brilliant thinker, Joe Mantegna and Kirsten Vangsnes (often the brains behind the breaks!). What a team - with enough chemistry to keep us all involved over the weeks of each season. And then there are often surprise guest stars as the Unsub (Unknown Subject of an Investigation) to keep us entertained. This is a thinking person's show and a well produced one at that. Grady Harp, January 11
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By D. S. Thurlow TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 20, 2011
Format: DVD
In its sixth season, "Criminal Minds" continues to be an outstanding police procedural about the agents of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit. The show offers intense weekly drama as the agents track various serial killers and kidnappers.

A strength of the show is its superb ensemble cast, featuring Thomas Gibson as team leader Aaron Hotchner, Joe Montegna as veteran Special Agent David Rossi, Paget Brewster as Special Agent Emily Prentiss, Matthew Gray Gubler as Dr. Spencer Reid, Shemar Moore as Special Agent Derek Morgan, A.J. Cook as Special Agent JJ Jareau, and Kirsten Vangness as computer whiz Penelope Garcia.

This season brought cast changes. JJ Jareau was involutarily reassigned from the BAU at the beginning of the season, then helped out in a mid-season case involving Emily Prentiss. Her brief appearence in the season finale suggests she will return. Rachel Nichols joined the cast as young Ashley Seaver, a new agent plucked from the FBI Academy for her specialized personal knowledge of serial killers. At season's end, a burned-out Penelope Garcia was contemplating a less traumatic career choice.

The highlight of the season may have been the series of episodes involving a man from Emily Prentiss's past. The charming, vicious arms dealer Ian Doyle, formerly the target of a Interpol undercover operation, stalked Prentiss over three episodes, in the process endangering the rest of the team. In a shocking climax, Doyle kidnapped and tortured Emily while the team raced to the rescue. In a stunning conclusion, a fight to the death caused the loss of a team member. The BAU dealt with that loss in the remaining episodes.

"Criminal Minds: The Sixth Season" is very highly recommended to its fans. As of mid-May 2011, "Criminal Minds" had been renewed for a seventh season.
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