Aaron Hotchner: [quotes the evaluation report] Patient shows no hesitation tackling difficult goals as part of reintegrating into her life. She has reached out to her mother.
Emily Prentiss: I'm going to.
Aaron Hotchner: And has started a romantic relationship with a man named Sergio. Now, I don't care if you lie to your therapist. All I care about is how your behavior affects your job.
Emily Prentiss: I don't think it has.
Aaron Hotchner: You've been over-compensating.
Emily Prentiss: How have I...
Aaron Hotchner: You rushed to repair your relationship with Morgan. You've become an emotional sounding board for Reid and Rossi.
Emily Prentiss: That's being a good friend.
Aaron Hotchner: You offered me parenting advice.
Emily Prentiss: Okay, so maybe I have been working a little bit harder to regain people's trust. Is that such a bad thing?
Aaron Hotchner: No. It only is if you use it to avoid dealing with what you went through.
Emily Prentiss: But I'm not. I chose to come back here. Why? Because I care about the people I work with? Yes. But also because it's clean. I know who the good guys and the bad guys are. I don't have to worry about screwing someone over to make a case.
Aaron Hotchner: Okay, I want you to make a deal with me. You're gonna go weeks, months even, feeling fine. And then you're gonna have a bad day. Just let me know when you do
Emily Prentiss: And that's it?
Aaron Hotchner: That's it.
Emily Prentiss: Deal.
Aaron Hotchner: Sergio?
Emily Prentiss: He is the perfect man. He doesn't hog the covers, and he poops in a box.
Emily Prentiss: [Hotch finds Prentiss waiting for him] I'm having a bad day.
Regina Lampert: Why didn't you let me pull the trigger?
Emily Prentiss: Because you would be in prison.
Regina Lampert: As opposed to where I am right now? I mean, while he gets a lawyer and a fair trial.
Emily Prentiss: He will never see the light of day, ever.
Regina Lampert: Can you guarantee that? You know, when they talk about victims getting re-victimized by the system, they mean you.
Emily Prentiss: I know it's hard...
Regina Lampert: No, you don't. You have no idea what it's like
Regina Lampert: when the monster from your nightmares comes back for you.
Regina Lampert: Wait...
Emily Prentiss: Look, I'm here as a courtesy.
Regina Lampert: Something happened to you.
Emily Prentiss: So, do you want to give me your statement or not?
Regina Lampert: What did you do to him? Did you arrest him like a good FBI Agent? Or did you kill him?
Emily Prentiss: I didn't pull the trigger.
Regina Lampert: Still, your monster's dead. I have to live with mine. That's my statement.
Emily Prentiss: [voiceover] "All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on." -Henry Ellis
Aaron Hotchner: Go ahead, Garcia.
Penelope Garcia: Sir, I have struck out on surgeons. In fact, none of the survivors saw the same two healthcare professionals or went to the same hospitals. But then, I asked myself, "What would SSA Hotchner do?" And I imagined myself in a really good suit, and I widened my search.
Aaron Hotchner: What did you find out?
Penelope Garcia: I found an orderly whose name is Herman Scobie, who rotates shifts at three different hospitals.
Aaron Hotchner: The same hospitals the victims go to?
Penelope Garcia: Yes, indeed, they are. And according to the hospital networks, accessed their insurance months after the attacks.
Emily Prentiss: That's how he finds the victims a second time.
Aaron Hotchner: We should talk to him.
Aaron Hotchner: [voiceover] "We do not suffer from the shock of our trauma, but we make out of it just what suits our purposes." -Alfred Adler
Hamilton Bartholomew: Normally the waitress has to pour me into a cab, not the other way around.
Regina Lampert: Oh, really? Well this is me.
Hamilton Bartholomew: I'm... I'm the SUV. I'm sorry. Listen, I know we just met. I can't... I can't let you drive like this.
Regina Lampert: Drive? I'm sleeping in this bitch. Don't be silly.
Hamilton Bartholomew: Lock your doors. A lot of... A lot of creeps out there. Okay?
Regina Lampert: Okay.
Hamilton Bartholomew: Well... Good night.
Regina Lampert: Good night. Hey. Do you have a cigarette?
Hamilton Bartholomew: Uh, yes, I do. Just don't tell my wife. I promised her I'd quit.
Regina Lampert: Okay.
Hamilton Bartholomew: Yeah.
Regina Lampert: It'll be our little secret.
Hamilton Bartholomew: Okay.
Regina Lampert: You know, I never knew why I hated that song so much. But tonight you helped me figure it out.
Hamilton Bartholomew: I did, huh?
Regina Lampert: Yeah, you did. That's the song you played when you raped me.
Hamilton Bartholomew: What?
Regina Lampert: [uses electroshock wand to him] I was hoping you'd comeback.
[uses it again]
Jennifer Jareau: Evanescence, Linkin Park, and Nickelback.
Derek Morgan: So Herman Scobie's into that nu-metal goth stuff.
Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, and his tramp stamp probably spells out *Massengill*. This guy doesn't ever have any Rage Against The Machine. I rock.
Dr. Spencer Reid: How old were you when you started listening to that band?
Jennifer Jareau: I was probably a teenager. Why?
Dr. Spencer Reid: You know, 14 is when we start to make our own musical choices. Our cognitive development evolves at that age and we start to form our own cultural identity.
Derek Morgan: We stop listening to the music that our parents put on and we start listening to the music that our friends listen to.
Dr. Spencer Reid: And those musical experiences imprint on us. Our hormonal surges as teenagers may make the choices seem more personal and passionate. And later on in life we might experiment with other musical selections, but no music ever impacts us as much as that which we listen to at age 14.
Jennifer Jareau: Herman Scobie's what, 30?
Derek Morgan: If that.
Jennifer Jareau: Okay, so mid to late '90s is when he started to take music seriously, stuff like this.
Derek Morgan: And the Piano Man's songs were all early '80s.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Which means the signature doesn't fit. Herman Scobie's too young to be the Piano Man.
Emily Prentiss: What is this on the floor?
Penelope Garcia: Uh, that. Oh, god. That is... the contents of Vanessa Campbell's stomach, which she... ralphed up.
Emily Prentiss: And in the glass?
Penelope Garcia: According to the police report, it is salt and water.
Emily Prentiss: Homemade emetic.
Penelope Garcia: E-what-what?
David Rossi: Quick and dirty cocktail, meant to induce vomiting.
Emily Prentiss: Vanessa Campbell and her husband moved to a new address, they put locks on the doors, they took precautions. She even knew what to do if she was dosed again, and it still wasn't enough. That's what he gets out of it.
Aaron Hotchner: Their fear. He wants them to know that no matter what, he can still get to them.
Jennifer Jareau: They wake up with no memory of the assault or how they got the permanent scar the wire leaves.
Emily Prentiss: So he's branding his victims. How does he dose them?
Penelope Garcia: Houston PD still isn't sure. 'Cause, you know, date rape drugs metabolize quickly, and he's keeping them for twelve hours.
Derek Morgan: So why are they calling us in now?
Penelope Garcia: 'Cause with these most recent attacks, this piece of work has elevated sick and twisted to a whole new dimension.
Chief Wilson: I just got the breakdown of Vanessa Campbell's vomit, and there's no trace of Rohypnol or GHB.
David Rossi: Date rape drugs are fast, but not that fast.
Aaron Hotchner: However he's dosing them, it's not through their stomachs. Chief, have you, uh, been able to contact all the victims?
Chief Wilson: Yeah, the ones that we could find. Some moved, and some wouldn't take our call. But then the press got a hold of it, and the women started to contact us. Three more victims admitted they'd been re-assaulted.
David Rossi: Eighty percent of women who are raped never report it. Understandable they didn't want to report it a second time.
Dr. Linda Merrill: Correct me if I'm wrong, you never had the chance to mourn your own death, did you?
Emily Prentiss: Oh, I'm sorry. I don't understand the question
Penelope Garcia: Brittany Anderson filed a report after she woke up outside she was abducted from. And Vanessa Campbell was just reported missing
Dr. Spencer Reid: Wait, those were victims 2 and 5, weren't they?
Penelope Garcia: Yes. He's going back and attacking survivors a second time